Job Posting: Project Manager (Conservancy Project Development Analyst II)

“Love Northern California and the environment? Enjoy developing trails and working with local communities? This might be the job for you!”

The position headquarters is located in Oakland, CA.  The job can be performed from Alameda, Sonoma, Mendocino or Humboldt County.

Applications received without ALL the required items (completed state application std. 678, copy of diploma and/or transcripts, and cover letter), will NOT receive further consideration for this position. Resumes will NOT be reviewed.


The CPDA II incumbent is expected to work under general direction of a Regional Manager.  It is expected that the work produced by a CPDA II will be reviewed by the Regional Manager or produced with the assistance or guidance of a Conservancy Project Development Specialist (CPDS). Develop and implement plans, programs and projects related to the Great Redwood Trail, a proposed multi-county rail-to-trail project along the North Coast Railroad Authority rail line; develop natural resource enhancement projects, and projects to help communities address the effects of climate change. Percentages in the attached duty statement indicate the frequency of the task on an annual basis.

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.

We will be appropriating the Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) eligibility list for the Conservancy Project Development Analyst II 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, visit the CalCareers postings below:


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