Dixon RCD — District Manager

The Dixon RCD’s District Manager is responsible for leading the implementation of the DRCD’s strategic plan, including initiating and managing partnerships with a large and varied group of external governmental agencies, researchers, non-governmental organizations (NGO) and private partners, securing the funds needed to operate the DRCD’s programs, and directing the programmatic and business operations of the District. The District Manager is responsible for the fiscal management of three (3) separate agency budgets (DRCD, DRWJPA and D/SRCDWQC) along with five (5) project specific budgets and multiple grants that at times have exceeded $1.5 million. Applications are due by 5pm on February 11. Find the full description here.


Yolo County RCD — Project Manager

Yolo County RCD is hiring a new staff member to manage specific projects include planning and implementing habitat enhancements and conservation practices on the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area, municipal open spaces, farm and ranchland, and involvement in restoration implementation and establishment activities on several ongoing projects on public and private land that include native pollinator hedgerows, riparian restoration, stormwater drainage structures and agricultural field borders. Candidates must embrace a problem‐solving approach to resource management and enjoy working with partners and clients with different perspectives, priorities and temperaments. Field and office work is split about 70/30. The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of agricultural practices and experience in restoration planning and native vegetation management. Applications are due by Wednesday, January 22. Follow this link for the full job description.

Glenn County RCD — Soil Health and Conservation Planner

Glenn County RCD is looking for someone experienced in agriculture to develop carbon farm plans and support regenerative agriculture projects with on-the-ground knowledge of conservation management practices, implementation of those practices and reporting to track progress. This position must be able to build trust, communicate with farmers and ranchers successfully, assess the landscapes, offer a suite of conservation management practices and creative ideas, ultimately, leading the efforts of building a farm / ranch plan with maps, charts, and written form with those interested. This must be performed with confidence and to support the direction of where the farmer / rancher would like to see their operation with soil health, greenhouse gas reduction and carbon sequestration and more in mind. This position will also actively promote, facilitate applications, agreements / invoicing / reporting, implementation and ensure successful final reporting of local, state, or other cost-share funding opportunities for farmers / ranches. Applications due by January 24. Follow this link for the full job description.

CARCD — Project Manager / Technical Assistance Trainer (TAT)

The California Association of RCD’s new Project Manager will act as a Technical Assistance Trainer (TAT) who will develop workshops and train RCD staff on monarch and pollinator Best Management Practices (BMPs) and build RCD capacity to write conservation and/or pollinator habitat enhancement plans and submit applications to Natural Resources Conservation Service’s EQIP and CSP programs for funding. The deadline to apply is January 15. Follow this link for the job description.

CARCD — Project Coordinator

The California Association of RCD’s new Project Coordinator will play an important role in facilitating the work of the RCDs and advocating for them and landowners/managers at the state level. The Project Coordinator must enjoy working in partnership with another staff person on multiple, dynamic objectives. Depending on candidate background and interest, the Project Coordinator will be responsible for managing grants related to monarch butterfly habitat, and contributing to other grant-funded projects in the realm of soil health and others as needed. The deadline to apply is January 15. Follow this link for the job description.

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