South San Francisco, CA March 3, 2017 Press Release, City of South San Francisco
The City of South San Francisco is pleased to announce the hiring of Eunejune Kim as the new Public Works Director. The Public Works Department provides optimal value in designing, building, operating, and maintaining City-owned buildings, streets, roads, bridges, storm and drainage, sewers, and traffic and transportation systems. Kim’s responsibilities include managing all four divisions of the Public Works department: engineering, maintenance, administration and the Water Quality Control Plant.
“We are very excited to have Eunejune join our team of professionals in South San Francisco,” says Mike Futrell, City Manager. “He has proven leadership, communication, and strong technical skills that make him the perfect person for this position.” Kim has more than 20 years of professional experience encompassing a wide range of municipal engineering disciplines including civil maintenance, and project management.
Prior to joining the City of South San Francisco, Kim was the Chief Harbor Engineer for the Port of San Francisco where he was responsible for managing the Engineering Department that oversaw design and construction for capital improvement projects, development engineering, building permit reviews and inspections. Kim previously held positions as the City Engineer for the City of San Bruno, Deputy Town Engineer for the Town of Woodside, Engineering Manager for the City of Brentwood, and a Civil Engineer for the Cities of Santa Clara and San Rafael.
“I’m honored to have the opportunity to serve such a vibrant, diverse, and engaged community as South San Francisco. I look forward to helping ensure that public infrastructure and services are provided in the best manner possible during this time of community growth and development,” says Eunejune Kim.
Kim is a licensed civil engineer, land surveyor, and traffic engineer for the State of California. He has a B.S. degree from the University of California Davis in Civil Engineering, and an M.S. degree from San Jose State University in Civil Engineering. Kim is also a board member and former president for the Peninsula Association of Contractors and Engineers (PACE).