Alameda County Resource Conservation District Employment Opportunities
The Alameda County Resource Conservation District is proud of its talented and dedicated conservation professionals. From time to time, there may be openings at the ACRCD. We also occasionally have full-time and part-time, seasonal opportunities. You are welcome to submit your resume to our Human Resources department at [email protected] at any time.
Resource Conservationist II – Biologist: Under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer, the Biologist will lead project planning, development, implementation, research and monitoring, with a focus on practices that support species preservation and conservation of natural resources on working lands and natural habitat. The position involves both field and administrative work. Candidates must be comfortable working in remote locations and with a diverse array of partners and clients. This position requires the ability to analyze and solve complex projects related to biology, natural resources, conservation, watershed management, agriculture, grazing lands management and related focus areas. The ideal candidate will have the ability to lead field-based monitoring, conduct outreach efforts, ensure environmental compliance, and manage an array of contracts and grants.
Timeline for application: First review of applications will begin on May 15, 2020; Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Project Assistant – Technical Assistance: The Project Assistant will assist RCD project managers in project planning, implementation and monitoring, with a focus on practices that support carbon sequestration in working lands such as compost addition, riparian restoration, cover cropping and wildlife hedgerows. The position includes both field and office work. Candidates must be comfortable working in remote locations and interacting with a divers array of partners and clients. The idea candidate will have the ability to support field-based monitoring and conduct outreach efforts, as well as experience conservation on working lands.
Closing Date: May 15, 2020, 5:00 p.m.