Job Posting: Bay Area Deputy Program Manager
“Love San Francisco Bay, the environment, and managing people? This might be the job for you!”
The position is located in Oakland, CA.
Applications received without ALL the required items (state application std. 678, copy of diploma and/or transcripts, cover letter and SOQ), will NOT receive further consideration for this position.
This advertisement will be used for this and other permanent and/or limited term vacancies that may occur at the State Coastal Conservancy during the life of the certification list.
Project Management and Oversight: Directly manage or oversee complex projects to protect, restore, or enhance coastal, bay and watershed resources; to facilitate public access and education related to these resources; or to further any other purposes consistent with the Conservancy or Bay Program enabling legislation.
- Includes Conservancy-led projects such as the South Bay Salt Ponds Restoration Project, the South Bay Shoreline Project, and the Hamilton/Bel Marin Keys Restoration Project: Manage the work of project staff and consultants; take the lead on procuring and managing funding, including outside grants; serve as primary liaison with the Army Corps of Engineers and other major partners; serve as the Conservancy’s main project point of contact.
- As assigned, assist in leadership and oversight of other major regional efforts such as Living Shorelines, the Invasive Spartina Project, “Climate Ready” program work, and permit coordination.
Staff and Program Management: Directly manage Bay Program staff members. Work closely with the Regional Manager and other Bay Deputy on program direction, and funding decisions. Participate in Conservancy Management Team. Represent the Conservancy and Bay Program in public settings, meetings, and with other agencies and organizations. As assigned, participate in regional coordination and planning efforts.
May act in the absence of the Program Manager in other supervisory duties; may continue the work of subordinate staff in their absence to ensure the progression and completion of work.
We will be appropriating the Staff Services Manager II (supervisory) eligibility list for the Conservancy Project Development Manager list. You will need to meet the minimum qualifications of both classifications. If you are not currently on the Staff Services Manager II (supervisory) list, please take the online exam at: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/9PB16.PDF
Additional information about the job is in the Duty Statement.
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