Job Posting: Staff Services Analyst or Conservancy Program Development Analyst I

“Love the California coast and the environment?  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, and cover letter), will NOT receive further consideration for this position.

 

SCC will fill the vacancy at the Conservancy Program Development Analyst I level OR the Staff Services Analyst level.  Both duty statements are below for review.

Applicants qualifying for either the Staff Services Analyst or Conservancy Program Development Analyst I classifications are encouraged to apply.

 

If you are not currently on the Staff Services Analyst list, please take the online exam at:  https://www.jobs.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/7PB34.PDF

 

Candidates on the Staff Serves Analyst list who have a BA or BS are eligible for Range C from $4,281 to $5,360.

We are appropriating the Associate Government Program Analyst list for the Conservancy Project Development Analyst I list.  To qualify for the Conservancy Project Development Analyst I position, you will need to meet the minimum qualifications of both classifications.

If you are not currently on the Associate Governmental Program Analyst eligibility list, please take the online exam at:  https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/9PB04.PDF

 

 

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.

Under the direction and guidance of the Central Coast Regional Manager at the Coastal Conservancy, the incumbent supports projects on the coast of California and within coastal watersheds that protect and restore natural habitats and agricultural lands, improve public access to the coast, and address the impacts of climate change on natural resources and communities. The incumbent assists with efforts to disburse state funding to local partners to acquire lands, enhance and restore ecosystems, design and build trails and other recreational facilities, plan and implement climate adaptation projects, implement urban greening projects, provide environmental education, and improve public access for historically underserved communities. The incumbent works to solicit and review grant applications, review documents related to projects, write and present staff recommendations for Conservancy Board approval, develop grant agreements in cooperation with legal staff, ensure that all conditions of the grant agreement are met, review invoices, and monitor the progress of projects. The incumbent works as part of a regional team at the Conservancy and works with grantees, partner agencies, organizations, tribes, and community groups.

You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.

 

More information about the role and how to apply can be found here.

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