Soil Health & Conservation Planner (Public Service Worker)

The Glenn County RCD’s Public Service Worker will assist with a current position titled Soil Health & Conservation Planner. The successful applicant(s) will be someone experienced in agriculture. This position will actively promote CDFA Climate Smart Agriculture funding opportunities to farmers and ranchers, facilitate applications, agreements / invoicing / reporting, potential implementation and ensure successful reporting of local, state, or other cost-share funding opportunities. Other projects may be assigned as well in that they relate to agriculture and natural resources. Position is open until filled. Click here for full job announcement and application information.

Executive Director

The Tahoe Resource Conservation District (Tahoe RCD) is seeking a team-oriented individual to be its next Executive Director. The Executive Director is responsible for managing and directing the internal business operations of the Tahoe RCD along with being the face of Tahoe RCD to a large and varied group of government, research, NGOs and private partners. The position requires a strong and broad-based knowledge of natural resources, fund-development skills, self-direction, strategic thinking, collaborative leadership, and problem-solving abilities in order to carry out Tahoe RCD’s mission. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years of experience in an executive or high-level management position in an organization that is primarily grant-funded and has a staff of at least 10-15 people. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. You are encouraged to submit your application by November 15, 2021 as the Tahoe RCD will begin the review of applications after that date. Click here to view the full job announcement and application information. View the Tahoe RCD ED Duty Statement.

Education Program Manager

Solano Resource Conservation District is hiring two Education Program Managers. The program manager will connect over 12,000 students annually to award winning experiential environmental K-12 education programs that introduce youth to Solano County’s watersheds and explore how humans impact the life that depend on it. Solano RCD is looking for individuals that represent the diverse communities they serve in Solano County, seeking candidates that have great prioritization and time management skills, experience planning and managing multi-part programs and who can jump in to teach on the fly. Please submit your resume and cover letter today. Interview panel will start review of applications November 22, 2021. Position is open until filled. More information can be found at View full job announcement and application information here.

District Manager

The Feather River RCD is hiring for the District Manager Position. The District Manager serves as the executive office of the District and manages business with the assistance of District staff. Click here for full position announcement and application information. Position is open until filled. 

Education Coordinator

The Amador RCD is seeking an Education Coordinator. This position is responsible for developing and coordinating education efforts, outreach efforts and providing technical assistance on several ARCD programs. The position may also entail working with ARCD partners, such as Amador Fire Safe Council, to provide assistance in educating and coordinating education efforts. The Education Coordinator will report to the ARCD District Manager to develop communication strategies and develop successful partnerships to achieve community engagement. There are three main components of this position: outreach/education coordination, project development/coordination and administration/other support. To view ARCD’s employment page click here. Click here for full job announcement and application information. 

Administrative Assistant

The Amador RCD is seeking an Administrative Assistant. The Administrative Assistance will function as the District’s bookkeeper, coordinate central administrative processes, and provide a full range of administrative support to the ARCD District Manager by preparing correspondence materials, public meeting posting and meeting scheduling. They will help with human resource tasks and will assist in the research and development of human resource policy and procedures. The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative assistance for the Amador Fire Safe Council (AFSC), tasks will include bookkeeping and financial record keeping for the AFSC. To view ARCDs employment page click here. Click here for full job announcement and application information. 


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