Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of SGC Catalyst Conference
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Technical Assistance Programs Manager
California Coalition for Rural Housing The CCRH Technical Assistance Programs Manager will be responsible for carrying out CCRH’s activities to support CCRH’s mission and programming by providing affordable housing and community development related technical assistance and capacity-building. Based in Sacramento, this position supports statewide technical assistance and capacity-building, research, community engagement, as well as informing policy development.
SGC Associate Intergovernmental Program Analyst
California Strategic Growth Council The Associate IPA is an important part of the SGC team, working to collaboratively support the Senior Leadership team and the Program teams to deliver on the important mission of SGC. Under general direction from the Executive Director and Deputy Director, this position is responsible for various tasks, including day-to-day administration of office procedures and protocols, scheduling, meeting preparation, and staff support services. This position will have the opportunity to engage in nearly all aspects of the Strategic Growth Council’s work.
Senior Intergovernmental Program Analyst for Connecting Communities
California Strategic Growth Council The Senior Intergovernmental Program Analyst for Connecting Communities is an integral part of the SGC team. Under the general direction of SGC’s Executive Director, and supervision from the Special Advisor for Innovation and Partnership, the Sr IPA is responsible for identifying and securing non-California State resources to help meet the needs of California communities.
The Sr IPA is expected to have a good understanding of SGC’s programs, stakeholders and grant recipients and work collaboratively with SGC Deputy Directors and Program Managers to identify gaps in funding that may be addressed via federal, philanthropic, or other solutions. The Sr IPA is responsible for developing a strategy and approach for targeted resource identification and leading the efforts to secure these funds.
The Greenlining Institute Greenlining the Block is a new initiative to strengthen community based organizations and advance climate justice neighborhood projects. The GTB Director will lead overall strategy on equitable climate and community development.
Greenlining the Block Program Manager
The Greenlining Institute Greenlining the Block is a new initiative to strengthen community based organizations and advance climate justice neighborhood projects. The GTB Program Manager will support the development and implementation of the program.
California Transportation Commission The California Transportation Commission (Commission) is looking for a dynamic, talented, and hard-working individual who provides high-level engineering policy and project management analysis and advice to the Commission.
The Senior Transportation Engineer is responsible for supporting the implementation of the Commission’s enhanced program oversight responsibilities and engineering analysis for the State Highway Operation and Protection Program and Transportation Asset Management Plan. Possession of a valid certificate of registration as a Civil Engineer issued by the California State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers is required.
Interested applicants not already in the classification or on an existing list must take the Senior Transportation Engineer online exam at: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Exams/Bulletin.aspx?examCD=5PB21
Climate Adaptation & Resiliency Consultants
Hoopa Valley Tribe Planning Department Our tribe is hoping to develop climate action/ adaptation plan and is seeking consultants in this area of expertise.
Local Climate Action Fellow
Elemental Excelerator The Toolkit for Local Climate created in partnership with the African American Mayors Association (AAMA) and with additional support from Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). This timely resource enables mayors and staff of small and mid-sized U.S. cities, no matter their level of expertise on their climate journey, to more readily identify policy actions, federal funding, and technological innovations to bring to their communities. We now seek an experienced candidate to serve as our Local Climate Action Policy Fellow to build upon and deepen this work.
Climate Resilience Associate
Community Environmental Council The Community Environmental Council (CEC) is seeking highly motivated and dedicated Associates to join our team and lead efforts to advance climate mitigation and community resilience on the Central Coast. The Associates will play a crucial role in CEC’s mission to promote sustainable solutions for the environment, economy and community by working on key tasks for a variety of CEC projects that aim to achieve rapid and equitable greenhouse gas emission reductions and achieve carbon-zero communities. CEC views the Associate role as an opportunity to develop and grow project management, community organizing, and policy advocacy skills to advance goals and objectives that personally impact our community’s most pressing climate justice concerns.
The Climate Resilience department works to deploy bold, community-led solutions that protect against extreme weather while accelerating natural solutions that adapt our working lands to achieve resilience on our central coast. The department takes a ‘whole community’ approach that centers equity and justice, empowers all people, and builds capacity to protect the Central Coast from climate impacts such as increasing fire, drought, heat, and sea level rise. The department has a strong focus on bilingual outreach, education, and engagement activities to ensure that resources are deployed in a just and equitable way to strengthen communities during climate disasters.