Trinity County RCD Seeking Watershed Project Coordinator I/II

The Watershed Coordinator works under the direct supervision of the District Manager. This is a regular, full-time benefited position administered through Trinity County Resource Conservation District. This position offers a variety of projects which can include, but are not limited to, natural resources environmental planning and analysis; coordination with natural resource partners such as local, state, federal, tribal and non-profit agencies on conservation, habitat enhancement, and forest health planning and implementation projects; organizing and implementing watershed and community forest meetings; outreach as it relates to forest and watershed health; grant and report writing; and project management. This position serves at the discretion of the Board of Directors. First review will take place April 22, 2019 and posting will remain open until filled.

Education and Outreach Assistant

he Trinity County Resource Conservation District is accepting resumes for the position of Education and Outreach Assistant. The Education and Outreach Assistant works under the direct supervision of the Project Coordinator I. This is a temporary (seasonal) part-time position administered through Trinity County Resource Conservation District. District employees are subject to normal management reviews and serve at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Employee must perform effectively in a highly collaborative environment. First review will take place April 15, 2019 and posting will remain open until filled.

Seasonal Conservation Technician I/II

Trinity County Resource Conservation District is accepting applications for the position of Conservation Technician I/II. The Conservation Technician I/II works under the direct supervision of the Project Coordinator, and may perform a variety of natural resources related tasks. This position requires a person who can work effectively in a collaborative environment, is self-directed, and who is comfortable working independently. This is a temporary full-time position. The candidate list generated from this announcement will be used to fill future vacancies in this job classification. The position is open until filled.

Camp Counselor for the Weaverville Summer Day Camp

Trinity County Resource Conservation District (RCD) is accepting applications for temporary Summer Day Camp Counselors. A Camp Counselor works under the supervision of the Weaverville Summer Day Camp Coordinator. The Camp Counselor has the responsibility to supervise children, organize activities and assure the camp environment is safe and fun. Hours will be Monday through Friday, 25-30 hours per week, usually between 8 am and 3:30 pm. Day Camp runs three weeks between July 8 – 26, 2019. Counselors must also complete four days of paid mandatory training, set for June 24 – 27, 2019. This is a part-time position without paid leave or medical benefits. This position requires working and collaborating as part of a team. Closing date is May 15.

Marin RCD Hiring Conservation Program Manager

The Marin RCD is seeking a highly motivated and creative Conservation Program Manager to help plan, permit and implement conservation projects and programs with farmers and ranchers in Marin County. The right person will work with an exceptional team of partner agencies and organizations in the development of projects. The RCD’s programs are designed to improve water quality around Tomales Bay and to address climate change through the application of carbon farming methods. Applications are due Thursday, May 23.

Tahoe RCD Seeking Restoration Project Manager

Tahoe RCD is seeking a restoration project manager. Tahoe RCD seeks an experienced individual with a background in river restoration, hydrology, botany, geomorphology, ecology, or other environmentally focused field. We are looking for someone with a passion for the environment, who enjoys adaptive management, takes initiative, and likes working as part of a team. They are accepting applications until 5pm on April 30. Visit their employment and internship page for more postings.

Mendocino County RCD Hiring Soil Specialist Project Manager

Mendocino County Resource Conservation District (MCRCD) is seeking a full-time Soil Specialist Project Manager (SSPM) for managing and collaborating on regional soil health related grant projects. The SSPM will develop Conservation Carbon Farm Plans, manage several agricultural soil demonstrations (design, monitoring, management, and reporting), collect and report on soil sampling, and support soil-health related grant management. The SSPM will continue developing the MCRCD Soil Program by engaging in cutting-edge projects focused on soil health as it relates to climate and watershed health. The application deadline is noon on April 19.

Coastal San Luis RCD is Seeking a Conservation Project Manager

Coastal San Luis RCD is seeking a conservation project manager.

Primary responsibilities of the manager will  include:
• Manage and oversee the various projects assigned
• Regularly review all grant contracts, scopes of work, and budgets to stay on track and meet deadlines
• Manage and track the invoicing, reporting and budget for the grants assigned to you
• Maintain a working knowledge of all current and pending regulatory programs and requirements
• Prepare environmental documents and permitting documents
• Build and maintain strong strategic partnerships
• Interact and maintain positive communications with numerous stakeholders
• Research grants, develop fee-for-service contracts, and foster relationships with potential funders

Additionally, the ideal Conservation Project Manager applicant is able to provide technical support to the organization in one or more of the following program aspects: soil and water monitoring, stormwater management, climate change adaptation, watershed planning and facilitation, and agricultural conservation measures and practices. The deadline to apply is April 19.

Tahoe RCD Seasonal Positions

Tahoe RCD has openings for several seasonal positions for May/April 2019 – October 2019:

  • Fire Adapted Communities Outreach Specialist
  • Restoration/Land Management Crew Member
  • Restoration/Land Management Crew Leader and Assistant Crew Leader
  • Watercraft Inspection Program Watercraft Inspector
  • Watercraft Inspection Program Public Information Specialist
  • Watercraft Inspection Program Service Technician
  • Watercraft Inspection Program Outreach Specialist

Find descriptions for on their employment page.

Resource Conservation Districts and the California Association of Resource Conservation Districts are equal opportunity employers. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.