CARCD is seeking a dynamic, creative Forestry Grant Coordinator to assist RCDs in meeting the next generation of Forestry challenges. The Coordinator will work closely with the Forestry Team in achieving goals related to the Forestry’s program general operations, planning and budgeting, reporting, contractual work, strategic planning development, and contracting and compliance. The position is open until filled. Resumes will be reviewed after 11/30/23.
Napa Resource Conservation District is hiring for a full-time Community Engagement Project Manager! The Community Engagement Project Manager designs and delivers project-based community engagement activities in our different program areas, including community forums, workshops, seminars and symposia, event tabling, writing, and more. The position also oversees communications and marketing for the organization to elevate awareness of our programming and impacts. The ideal candidate is a talented project manager and communicator who is passionate about creating opportunities for all community members to learn from and inspire each other to actively participate in stewarding our shared resources. The Project Manager will work closely with other Napa RCD staff and collaborate with many local and regional partners to support a healthy natural environment and thriving communities. Position is open until filled.
The Resource Conservation District of Greater San Diego County is seeking a detail-oriented and diligent Accounting Clerk to support the accounting department with daily financial record keeping, data entry, and grant tracking procedures. The ideal candidate is well organized, detail- oriented, articulate, approachable, and collaborative with strong bookkeeping skills and previous experience in a similar financial role. This position is located at the RCD of Greater San Diego County field office in Lakeside, California, and reports to the Director of Finance. To be considered with the first round of applications, please submit materials no later than 5:00 PM Pacific Standard Time on Monday, December 4, 2023.
The Glenn County Resource Conservation District is currently accepting applications for a newly developed Conservation Planner position with an Emphasis in Grazing Management Systems. The Glenn County RCD’s Conservation Planner, Emphasis in Grazing Management Systems, reports to the Executive Officer and is responsible for ultimately assisting in the RCD’s business consistent with the strategic plan, goals and objectives, and policies and procedures of the RCD. The position requires an ability to work cooperatively and responsibly as part of a team as well as independently to complete duties. The incumbent in this position must have the ability to work flexibly within a set of wide-ranging and often changeable tasks as well as to manage multiple priorities. Applications must be received by Glenn County RCD by noon, December 4, 2023.
The Regional Coordinator will serve as a program manager to co-design and lead a brand-new Soil Hub for the Sacramento Valley Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs). Resource Conservation Districts are special districts of the State of California. RCDS help people help the land through programs and projects that ensure clean and abundant water, healthy land and air, thriving wildlife and habitats, viable local farms and ranches, and wildfire resilient communities. The Sacramento Valley Region of RCDS includes Butte County RCD, Colusa County RCD, Feather River RCD, Glenn County RCD, Sutter County RCD, Sierra County RCD, RCD of Tehama County, Yolo County RCD, Yuba County RCD, Western Shasta RCD The coordinator will support accelerated adoption of climate smart agricultural practices in the region through stakeholder engagement and coordination, education and outreach, regional needs assessments, fund development and policy advocacy. The position comes with a strong focus on applying for grants to help build the technical capacity of RCDS in the region, coordinating among many agricultural partners with overlapping programs, and expanding the statewide Carbon Farming Network and the Sacramento Valley Soil Hub. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The first review of applicants will be December 1st, 2023.
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.