Job Posting: HR Analyst

“Love the California coast and the environment and working to support diversity and inclusion?  This might be the job for you!”

The position is located in Oakland, CA.

Applications received without ALL the required items, will NOT receive further consideration for this position. (Cover letter and state application)

Please read the “How to Apply” section on each item required when replying to this job posting, if interested.

The State Coastal Conservancy is hiring an Associate Personnel Analyst. This person will play an important role in advancing diversity and inclusion efforts through recruitment, examinations, hiring, employee engagement, and workforce planning at the Coastal Conservancy. The successful candidate will be part of a small team of talented employees providing Human Resources support to the agency.


Job duties include:

  • Develop and implement the diversity and inclusion efforts within the Human Resources program at the Coastal Conservancy.
  • Work with hiring managers to increase diversity of applicant pools and reduce implicit bias in the exam and hiring process.
  • Administer Conservancy exams.
  • Assist Conservancy hiring teams with development of duty statements and job announcements, review of applications, interviews, reference checks, selection of candidates, job offers, and onboarding of new staff.
  • Ensure compliance with State of California hiring rules and regulations.
  • Develop recruitment strategies and conduct wide recruitment efforts for exams and jobs at the Conservancy.
  • Develop and implement employee engagement strategies and programs designed to create an inclusive, welcoming environment for staff.
  • Support efforts to promote staff retention, professional development, and growth opportunities.
  • Oversee the reasonable accommodation process and serves as the upward mobility coordinator.
  • Develop and maintain SCC’s Workforce Planning and Succession Management Programs.


The State Coastal Conservancy values diversity at all levels of the organization and is committed to fostering an environment in which employees from a variety of backgrounds, cultures, and personal experiences are welcomed and can thrive. We believe the diversity of our employees and their unique ideas inspire innovative solutions to further our mission of protecting and enhancing California’s coast and ocean for present and future generations.

We will be appropriating the Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) eligibility list for the Associate Personnel Analyst list. You will need to meet the minimum qualifications of both classifications.   If you are not currently on the AGPA list, please take the online exam at:

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

To learn more and apply, please visit the CalCareers Job Posting.

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