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Deputy Port Attorneys I, II, and/or III Port of San Diego Employment Opportunity: Deputy Port Attorney. For details and to apply visit and click on employment. Starting salary based on qualifications. An equal opportunity employer. Deputy Port Attorneys I, II, and/or III The San Diego Unified Port District is seeking Deputy Port Attorneys I, II, and/or III. Ideal candidate profile: - Graduation with a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school and current membership in good standing in the State Bar of California. - Excellent academic credentials. - At least five years of experience in the practice of law. - Experience negotiating and drafting documents for complex business and real estate transactions. - Experience in CEQA, land use, environmental, personnel/POBR and civil litigation. - Must be an excellent communicator in both written and oral presentations. - High customer/stakeholder-oriented focus toward achieving the District's strategic objectives, mission and vision. The District provides a competitive salary and excellent benefits including medical, dental and life insurance; thirteen (13) holidays a year, paid vacation, tuition reimbursement, a retirement plan and more. Starting salary is based on qualifications. An equal opportunity employer. To apply please visit the Port of San Diego employment website at

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