CARCD Positions

Financial and Administrative Manager

The Financial and Administrative Manager works closely with the Executive Director to achieve goals related to general operations, grant negotiations, planning and budgeting, support of the Board of Directors, strategic planning, contracting and compliance. The position will ensure that CARCD’s internal controls are adequate, appropriate and in compliance. In addition, the position requires the ability to communicate and coordinate well with a diverse set of staff, directors, RCDs and partners. The position is largely detail orientated and independent work, but also the need to work with a team.  The position reports directly to the Executive Director. The position is an “at will”, full time benefited position. Apply by March 17, 2023.

RCD Positions

Watershed Restoration Program Specialist

The RCD of Santa Cruz County seeks a full-time Program Specialist (PS) to join a dynamic team of conservation professionals. The PS will work closely with RCD staff and partners to help lead watershed coordination efforts and the development and implementation of ecological restoration and stewardship programs throughout Santa Cruz County. The PS will manage a diverse and exciting project portfolio. Application deadline is March 20, 2023.

Executive Director

The Yuba County Resource Conservation District (YCRCD) is a newly restarted RCD, seeking their first dynamic, professional Executive Director (ED) to join the natural resources team. The ED will oversee program and project development, as well as implementation of tasks associated with the recently acquired Sierra Nevada Conservancy Regional Forest and Fire Capacity Program grant.  The ED will coordinate and work with the YCRCD Board, federal, state, and local partners on key areas such as sustainable agriculture, watershed health, natural resources conservation, forest health, recreation, restoration, and land stewardship efforts across Yuba County.

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.