Napa County RCD Seeking Conservation Project Manager

The Napa County Resource Conservation District (RCD) is seeking a talented and experienced Conservation Project Manager (Project Manager) to apply their scientific thinking and farming experience to advance sustainable agricultural practices and environmental outcomes in Napa County, California. The Project Manager will work directly with farmers and other land managers to implement projects focused on erosion control, soil health, water use efficiency, water quality, and other related topics. The Project Manager will provide on-farm technical assistance and planning (particularly related to soil health, erosion control, and irrigation) and deliver education programs. The Project Manager will foster and maintain positive working relationships within our agricultural community and with the representatives of local, state and federal resource agencies, and will represent the RCD at public meetings and events. The Project Manager will report to the Executive Director and will work closely with other RCD staff. The first screening date is July 31.

Napa County RCD Hiring Forester

The Napa County Resource Conservation District (RCD) is seeking a talented and experienced Forester to serve our community in the wake of catastrophic wildfires and in preparation for future wildfire risks. The Forester will work with the RCD and NRCS teams to provide technical assistance and planning services for owners of forest lands to facilitate beneficial forest management, watershed fire recovery, fire prevention/preparedness, habitat restoration, and watershed stewardship. This position is employed by the Napa County RCD and will report to its Executive Director, but will work closely with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Lake County RCD. The first screening deadline is July 22.


Placer County RCD is Seeking a District Manager

Placer County RCD is seeking dynamic applicants for the District Manager position to lead diverse project efforts and oversee staff / contractors. The District Manager is the chief administrative officer of the RCD, and reports to the Board of Directors. The position is responsible for managing and directing internal business operations of the District consistent with the goals and objectives, and policies and procedures established by the Board. The District Manager serves as the public face of the District to a large and varied group of agricultural, environmental, regulatory, and academic/research communities, as well as the public at large. View the full position description and details for application submission through the links below. Applications will be accepted until August 15, or until the position is filled.

Butte County RCD Seeking Conservation Project Coordinator

Butte County RCD seeks a Conservation Project Coordinator to join its team of conservation professionals to work on reforestation, erosion control, landscape health projects and more. This part-time, flexible position consists of a mix of office and field work, and brings the opportunity to work from home at times (depending on projects) and to contribute to Camp Fire recovery. The ideal candidate has experience with CEQA-NEPA document preparation and coordination; has experience with project development and grant writing especially around erosion control; possesses a field skill (e.g. vernal pool surveys, arborist certification, or prescribed fire experience); and enjoys reaching out to the public and landowners. This position was posted on July 8 and will be open until filled.

RCD of Monterey County Hiring Stream Maintenance Coordinator

RCD of Monterey County is hiring a Salinas River Stream Maintenance Program Coordinator. The Program Coordinator will coordinate program activities in collaboration with Monterey County Water Resources Agency, landowners and operators, and the River Management Unit Association Board of Directors. The position is expected to be approximately 20 hrs per week, with seasonal fluctuations in time required. Hours can be flexible. Program Coordinator would work out of the RCDMC office in Salinas, with possibility for remote work. Interested candidates should apply by 5pm on Tuesday, July 16.

Sonoma RCD Hiring Staff Accountant

The Sonoma RCD’s Staff Accountant position is a great 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 Director of Finance, and working under limited supervision, the Staff Accountant is responsible for the accounts receivable and accounts payable functions and will provide assistance with payroll. This individual works closely with fiscal and program staff to ensure sound financial management of grant and contract awards, compliance with funding source guidelines, and effective delivery of the RCD’s programs.


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.