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1/8/2019

Job Opening: Project Support Analyst

Love the California coast and the environment?  This might be the job for you!

The position is located in Oakland, CA.

Under the direction and guidance of a Regional Manager or Deputy Regional Manager, the incumbent supports projects on the coast of California and within coastal watersheds, or in the San Francisco Bay Area that protect and restore natural habitats and working lands, improve public access to the coast, and address the impacts of climate change on natural resources and communities. The incumbent assists the Regional Manager, Deputy Regional Manager and/or Project Development Analysts, with efforts to disburse state funding to projects to acquire regionally-significant lands, enhance watershed functions, plan and restore wetlands, plan and build trails and other recreational facilities, provide environmental education, and plan and implement climate adaptation projects. The incumbent works to solicit and review grant applications, review documents related to projects, write and present staff recommendations for Conservancy Board consideration of projects, develop grant agreements in cooperation with legal staff, ensure that all conditions of the grant agreement are met, review invoices, and monitor progress of projects. The incumbent works as part of a regional team at the Conservancy and works with grantees, partner agencies and organizations, tribes, and community groups.

Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.

The Coastal Conservancy is a state agency that undertakes and supports projects to protect, restore and enhance coastal resources; to promote resilience to climate change impacts; and to increase opportunities for the public to enjoy the coast. The Conservancy works along the entire length of California’s coast and within the watersheds of rivers and streams that extend inland from the coast. The Conservancy also works throughout the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area and the entire Santa Ana River watershed. The Conservancy awards and oversees grants to local governments, other state agencies, nonprofit organizations, and tribes, using various types of funding, including bond funds, federal funds, and mitigation fees. The Conservancy is a small agency of 64 dedicated, experienced employees who work collaboratively and creatively to achieve the Conservancy’s mission.  The Conservancy is located in Oakland, California, near BART.

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

Full details on the position and how to apply can be found here: https://www.jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=138806 

Applications received without ALL the required items, will NOT receive further consideration for this position.  A copy of your transcripts or diploma is required, if you are on the Staff Services Eligibility list.