DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY – REAL ESTATE/FINANCE TEAM
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is an innovative, nationally-recognized municipal law office working to protect and advance the rights and interests of San Francisco residents. With over 180 talented, dedicated, and diverse attorneys and strong, committed support staff, the Office provides the highest quality legal services to all San Francisco client departments.
The City Attorney’s Office is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a positive, respectful, diverse, and inclusive work environment. The Office welcomes and encourages qualified applicants of all backgrounds.
Position: The Office’s Real Estate/Finance Team seeks a qualified and motivated California-licensed attorney for a full-time position as a transactional real estate attorney.
About the Real Estate/Finance Team: The Real Estate and Finance Team oversees the legal aspects of real estate, financial and other business transactions for the City. The Real Estate group works on a wide range of real estate transactions for the City --from large, complex development projects to purchases and sales, leases, loans, legislation, easements and other real estate matters. The Finance group represents the City on various bond and debt transactions, funding all of the capital required to build, operate and maintain City functions and services, including offices, parks, jails, museums, convention facilities and affordable housing. The team works closely with many City departments, including the Office of Economic and Workforce Development, the Real Estate Department, the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Develoment, the Office of Public Finance, the Municipal Transportation Agency, and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (PUC). Our real estate lawyers are involved in many large, mixed-use commercial development projects in the City, as well as most affordable housing constructed in the City.
Responsibilities: The Real Estate/Finance Team is searching for an experienced real estate transactional attorney. In that capacity, the attorney will perform many functions – primarily negotiating real estate contracts on behalf of various City departments, including the PUC, and advising our clients regarding those contracts and compliance with City requirements.