Amador RCD Hiring Natural Resource Specialist

The Amador RCD has an open position for a  Natural Resource Specialist I. The employee will work with ARCD District Manager and NRCS staff to assist landowners in writing conservation plans and applying for funding assistance through the Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP). The employee will assist members of the ARCD program, the Sacramento/Amador Water Quality Alliance, to comply with the Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program (ILRP) through education and technical assistance. Applications will be accepted until June 14; find Amador RCD’s employment page here.

DM Opening at Western Shasta RCD

Western Shasta RCD is seeking applicants for the role of District Manager (DM). The DM is the chief administrative officer of the RCD, and reports to the Board of Directors. The DM 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 DM 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.

San Mateo RCD Seeking Conservation Program Manager

San Mateo RCD is looking for a Conservation Program Manager to manage projects to improve wildfire resiliency and forest health, including vegetation management for defensible space for properties and emergency evacuation/access routes, and coordinating the Fire Safe Council for San Mateo County. The position is full-time at 40 hours per week. It is grant dependent, currently funded through 2020 with the intent to secure ongoing funding. The Conservation Program Manager will report to the Natural Resource Specialist and will work with other staff as needed to ensure the successful implementation of projects. He or she will work closely with a broad array of partner organizations, government agency staff, and public and private landowners. It is expected that a new Conservation Project Coordinator will be hired to assist the Manager with program activities. Applications will be accepted until May 30.

Glenn County RCD Opening for Civil Engineering Technician

Glenn County RCD is currently accepting applications for a full-time Civil Engineering Technician. The position is a Non-Exempt temporary position which is contingent upon available funding. Health and Wellness benefits and leave benefits provided. This position will be based at the USDA Service Center/Glenn County RCD, with work occasionally extending to USDA NRCS offices in Butte, Colusa, and Tehama Counties. Applications are due by noon on May 31.

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 Seasonal Positions

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

  • Wildlife Biologist (part-time)
  • 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.

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