Butte County RCD Seeking NEPA-CEQA Coordinator
The Butte County RCD is looking for a dynamic individual with CEQA and/or NEPA experience and great communication skills to join their team. The applicant should enjoy varied work environments (including both office and field work), especially the opportunity to work on CEQA permitting for natural resources projects like prescribed burns, forest health treatments, parks and recreation plans, trail construction, and even dam removals. They should be able to work independently as well as contribute to a team, and should have a passion for project development, public engagement, and collaboration. The incumbent will be responsible for producing clear, effective CEQA and NEPA documents that fulfill both the letter and the spirit of the statutes. Some training will be provided. Over time, the incumbent will gain significant responsibility for overseeing several CEQA or NEPA grants and contracts. The ability to track multiple projects at once is key.
Shasta Valley RCD Seeking Bookkeeper and Office Manager
Shasta Valley RCD’s Bookkeeper and Office Manager position is an opportunity for someone with a solid background in accounting, who enjoys financial analysis, and wants to work for a mission driven organization. Reporting to the Finance Manager and working closely with the District Administrator, but under limited supervision, the Bookkeeper and Office Manager is responsible for the accounts receivable and accounts payable functions, will prepare payroll, and submit financial reports to the Board monthly. This position also assists the District Administrator and other staff with basic office operations, human resources matters, ordering supplies and equipment, preparing and disseminating a quarterly newsletter, and maintaining social media. Position will remain open until filled.
Humboldt County RCD Hiring Forest Health Watershed Coordinator
The Humboldt County RCD is accepting applications for a Forest Health Watershed Coordinator serving watersheds in Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Lake, Mendocino, Humboldt and Trinity counties. This position is designed to facilitate watershed-scale collaborations, promote integrated watershed management efforts, and support local implementation activities to restore resilience to forestlands consistent with the California Forest Carbon Plan and Executive Order B-52-18. The RCD’s main office is in Eureka, CA. The Forest Health Watershed Coordinator will perform work remotely with specifications outlined in the job description. The due date for the first round of applications will be on September 4; if the position is unfilled, the second round will be on September 20.
Sutter County RCD Seeking District Manager
The Sutter County Resource Conservation District is seeking applications for a highly motivated, self-directed and enthusiastic District Manager to oversee all aspects of District operations including execution of Board policy and programmatic oversight and development. The District Manager will report is the chief administrative officer of the District, reporting to the Board of Directors, and is responsible for funding and managing the District’s business consistent with the strategic plan, goals, objective and policies and procedures established by the Board.
Tahoe RCD Hiring Watercraft Inspectors
Tahoe RCD is seeking Watercraft Inspectors to facilitate the ongoing implementation of the Watercraft Inspection Program throughout the Lake Tahoe Basin. This is a full-time seasonal position. Positions are open until filled.
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.