IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE OF THE SAN FRANCISCO
HUNTERS POINT NAVAL SHIPYARD CORE COMMUNITY BENEFITS
AGREEMENT IS SEEKING A COMMUNITY MEMBER REPRESENTATIVE.
All interested Community Stewards are being encouraged to apply for the vacant Additional Community
Member seat on the District 10 (D10) Implementation Committee. The Implementation Committee (IC)
is a volunteer committee that was established by the Core Community Benefits Agreement (CCBA)
negotiated by San Francisco community groups and Lennar Urban, the master developer of the Hunters
Point Shipyard and Candlestick Point.
All applicants for the Additional Community member will submit a Resume and/or Curriculum Vitae and
cover letters expressing his/her interest in the Implementation Committee. The top candidates are
selected in a three step process: all will be presented to the full Implementation Committee for review
and approval, forwarded to the District 10 Supervisor for further review and suggestions and thereafter
submitted to the full Implementation Committee for selection.
The Implementation Committee is seeking diversity. However, it is critical that all members embrace
the role of steward for District 10, and have some understanding of the needs of the neighborhood.
All necessary about the Implementation Committee and its purposes can be found at:
Should you decide to apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to: Zachary McRae, Program
Coordinator, Implementation Committee, San Francisco Foundation, One Embarcadero Center, Suite
1400, San Francisco, CA 94111 (415) 733-8544 FAX (415) 477.2783. email@example.com.
All documentation must be submitted to the SF Foundation by 5pm, October 16, 2014.
No exceptions will be made to this requirement.