Careers with purpose
San Francisco's City departments and agencies impact the lives of the City's nearly million residents and commuters. City team members have the ability to touch lives and enrich communities in one of the most diverse places in the country.
All roles with Digital Services are full-time hybrid, which means you need to be located in the San Francisco Bay Area.
We are seeking an outstanding, experienced, full stack, senior software engineer to help modernize and expand the affordable housing application service at housing.sfgov.org, as well as build new services to help people get affordable housing.
Candidates must have strong skills in front-end web development and experience with backend development. They must also be ready to quickly get to work within a multidisciplinary team.
We are seeking an outstanding, experienced senior Salesforce developer and technical architect to help operate, improve, and expand the Salesforce implementation that is used to manage the workflow for the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development.
Candidates must have strong skills in Salesforce development, including building an API for external users, and be ready to quickly get to work within a multidisciplinary team.
The Mayor’s Office of Innovation is a new team working on Mayoral-directed strategic priorities, emphasizing data analysis, human-centered design thinking, cross-departmental coordination, and public-private partnerships to ensure outcomes-based policy making.
We are looking for a curious and resourceful Data Engineer to show the power of data in bringing transparency and accountability to services, while keeping equity and ethical use of data at the forefront.
As the Product Manager for Platforms & Infrastructure, you will provide product and platform guidance to support San Francisco Digital Services’ product vision and strategy. You will work closely with City and Digital Services’ engineering leaders and team members to build platform products that will be used by City staff as well as San Francisco residents and businesses.
You will work with the Product Director and a multidisciplinary team of engineers, designers, user researchers and content strategists, to help build core pieces of infrastructure that will help the Digital Services team ship services to residents more effectively.
Over the next 36 months, the Housing Team Analytics Engineer will develop data models and pipelines to support MOHCD reporting needs related to DAHLIA. They will work with MOHCD staff to understand data and reporting needs and develop a reporting data infrastructure to support the building of reports and other data products. They will also help automate data reporting processes and produce documentation to ensure proper use of data and encourage self-service use of data and reporting products.
The Analytics Engineer will be responsible for maintaining, developing, and coordinating data and analytics engineering services to support the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development. They will also help create new datasets and data products to meet MOHCD’s reporting needs, starting with affordable housing rental.
We are committed to equity in our hiring, team culture, and product outcomes and fostering an inclusive work environment. We are building a team that reflects a diverse set of lived experiences and identities. This effort includes considering qualified candidates across a spectrum of races, colors, religions, genders, gender identities, sexual orientations, national origins, genetics, disabilities, ages, or veteran status.
As a team, we strive to be anti-racist. We commit to being inclusive, accessible, and equitable. While we’re imperfect, we are looking for people to help us dismantle white supremacy and all discrimination. If you’re looking for a team where you can make an impact and improve the lives of all San Francisco residents, then we want to hear from you.