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Current Openings
The Sierra Nevada Conservancy currently has an opening located in our Headquarters Office in Auburn in our Field Operations and Special Projects Division for a permanent, full-time Conservancy Project Development Analyst II (CPDA II). We are seeking a highly motivated individual who has strong project management and critical thinking skills, preferably with natural resource experience. The candidate performs a variety of research, complex analytical, interpretive, coordination, and development activities for the administration of all reimbursement funding agreements. The incumbent is responsible for organizing and coordinating these funding programs through the application of guidelines, policies, and processes for the distribution and administration of various federal and state grant funds. The position will require frequent travel throughout the 25-million-acre Sierra Nevada Region. Candidates should have prior work experience as a high-level project manager with reimbursement funding experience, and demonstrate the ability to be flexible in a demanding work environment. We may also consider the CPDA I, AGPA, and SSA classifications for this Reimbursements Program Coordinator position.

Please see the job posting for further information. This is a re-posting of previous Job Control #JC-114480. There is only one open position available. If you applied to the previous job control, you do not need to re-apply to this one; your application is still under consideration.

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            If you are interested in getting involved with SNC and have some time to volunteer, we may have some opportunities for you. We are looking for people with enthusiasm, skills and great attitudes. As a volunteer, you must be willing and able to carry out your assigned duties and responsibilities. You must also be reliable and committed. Job duties are matched to the interests and abilities of the volunteer. Persons under 18 years of age may volunteer with written permission from a parent or guardian.

            If you would like to find out more about volunteer opportunities, contact Lynda Young (530) 823-4687 or Toll Free (877) 257-1212, or email