Job Posting: Environmental Justice and Tribal Liaison Specialist

Do you love the California Coast and the environment? Are you committed to environmental justice and tribal engagement? This might be the job for you! The State Coastal Conservancy is hiring a Permanent/Full-time Environmental Justice and Tribal Liaison Specialist.

 

This is a Statewide Recruitment for one position as a Conservancy Project Development Specialist (CPDS) or Conservancy Project Development Analyst II (CPDA II). This position may be filled in the Headquarters located in Oakland OR may be filled as a permanent remote position in the following counties: San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Monterey, Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Mendocino, Humboldt, or Del Norte.

 

The link to the job posting (JC-316045) with more information on the role and how to apply is here: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=316045

 

Final Filing Date: 9/29/2022

 

The State Coastal Conservancy has an exciting opportunity for you to join us in protecting California’s iconic lands and waters, restoring vital habitats, and increasing inclusive and equitable enjoyment of the coast and shoreline as our agency’s first Environmental Justice and Tribal Liaison Specialist. The Conservancy works with others on multi-benefit projects located along the coast of California, within coastal watersheds, and within the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area to acquire and protect natural and agricultural lands, restore and enhance habitats and 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 Environmental Justice and Tribal Liaison Specialist will be responsible for ongoing development and implementation of the Conservancy’s Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) work, including coordination of tribal engagement and consultation. Duties will require leadership skills, a high level of independent action, and coordination with community groups, Tribes, Conservancy managers and staff, other public agencies, and nonprofits.

 

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