Chief Consultant. Duties include written fiscal analysis, tracking legislation, etc. Excellent written & verbal communication skills & strong analytical expertise a must. Ability to work independently and in a team environment. Salary commensurate with experience. Submit cover letter & resume to Asm. Chris Holden c/o email@example.com. (1/25)
Project Coordinator. Coordinate high priority statewide projects on behalf of county superintendents of schools, including the full range of responsibilities from strategic planning to administrative support. Competitive compensation and excellent benefits. More information at http://ccsesa.org. (2/1)
Director of Legislative Affairs and Governmental Relations. Administers the activities of the District’s Office of Legislative Affairs and Governmental Relations and participates in the development and planning of strategies regarding government relations and the passage or defeat of legislation of interest to the District.
$147,700-$184,000. Apply now at lausdjobs.org. (2/1)
Seeking Communications Professional to support the firm’s growing public affairs practice. Ideal candidate has two years legislative/campaign experience, strong communication skills, is detail-oriented and a self-starter. Salary BOE. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (1/24)
Associate Director of Legislative Affairs. Highly competitive salary and benefits. Learn more and apply http://apptrkr.com/944282 (2/14)
Associate Director, State Policy & External Affairs in Sacramento, CA to lead the California Chapter’s engagement with state legislators and officials to advance our conservation priorities and identify conservation policy and funding opportunities. Competitive salary/benefits. Apply here! (1/30)
Vice President of Public Affairs Provides leadership to and directs the organization’s public affairs department which includes policy development; advocacy (legislative, regulatory and grassroots) activities; community programs, and internal/external communications. Strong leadership skills. Salary DOE. Details. (2/13)
Full Time Information Officer I or II. Will act as ethnic media liaison, including strategic development and outreach, public relations, with emphasis on e-media. Strong writing skills and fluency in Spanish (written, speaking) required. $5553-6901. Details. (1/27)
Experienced Contract Lobbyist for 5-6 month limited term contract to support organization’s legislative activities. Must have background in disability budget and policy issues. Please forward resume and contract proposals to DRCHR@disabilityrightsca.org. (2/9)
Vice President for Administration and Life and Disability Insurance Advocacy. Direct and advocate for life insurance legislative and regulatory issues. Manage communications and other administrative functions. Competitive compensation/benefits. Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com. (1/31)
ACWA seeks a Senior Regulatory Advocate to join the premier water industry association in the US. The Senior Regulatory Advocate will analyze regulatory proposals, testify at hearings, write comment letters. Salary based on qualifications. Visit here. (1/24)
ACWA seeks a Business Partner Specialist to join the premier water industry association in the US. The Business Partner Specialist will assist with bi-annual conferences, tradeshow & other non-dues revenue programs. Salary based on qualifications. Visit here. (1/24)
Executive Director, CA Secure Choice. Experienced professional to implement and manage new statewide program providing retirement security to 7 million working Californians. Must demonstrate experience working with diverse stakeholders and knowledge of retirement savings or related financial services. $10,505-11,700. Details. (1/19)
We’re seeking experienced candidates for Assistant Vice Chancellor of Communications. The CSU offers a premium benefit package. For more job details, please apply at http://apptrkr.com/937079. (1/27)
Chief Health Director Serve as a key member of executive team overseeing administration and overall management of all aspects of health benefit and long term care insurance programs for which the Board of Administration has plenary fiduciary responsibility. Salary $10,277 – $15,129/month. Details here. (1/25)
Account Directors and Account Executives for offices in Sacramento and Los Angeles. Experience in PR or political campaigns a plus. Manage multiple projects, thrive under deadlines. Work well in team environment. Salary DOE. E-mail resume & cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. (1/25)
Senior Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor. $120,000 – $140,000/annual. Develop and implement training and education; provide technical support to prosecutors/law enforcement agencies regarding traffic crimes. Required: JD, active membership in CA State Bar. Details here. (1/25)
Two economic and social justice driven Government Relations Advocates to join our lobbying team. One position is for a general issues lobbyists and second for one specializing in healthcare. Passion for fighting for working people a must. Competitive salary, excellent benefits. Details here. Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com (1/24)
Policy Advocate. Will specialize in privacy, technology, telecommunications, taxation and workers compensation related issues. Experience practicing law and Juris Doctor (JD) required. Competitive Salary and benefits. Details, apply here. (1/24)
Executive Director. seeking an energetic, self-motivated and experienced professional dedicated to the supports, services, civil rights, and protections for adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities in every facet of today’s modern society. Salary based on qualifications. Details here. (1/20)
Seeking a dynamic Director of Policy to lead education & advocacy efforts focused on legislative & policy agendas developed by CYC members. The person will supervise staff located in the northern region of California. Salary $70k-85k. Send resume and cover letter here. (1/31)
Is currently hiring for multiple civil service positions. For more information on how to apply or become a State of California employee, please visit our career opportunities website. (6/30)
Capital Fellows Programs Gain experience working in California’s Assembly, Senate, Executive and Judicial offices. Stipend, health benefits, and graduate units included. Application deadline is February 13, 2017. More information here or 916 278 6906. (1/31)
CMTA – Join the manufacturers in welcoming the New Legislature. February 1st, 4 to 6 p.m.
Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. CMTA, 1115 11th St. RSVPs by January 25, Groyer@cmta.net or
916 498 3330. Attendance is a reportable gift. (2/1)
Join the UC Center Sacramento on Thursday, January 26th at Noon for a lecture by Professor George Farkas from the School of Education at the University of California, Irvine. To register for this event, visit here. Lunch will be served. (1/23)
Learn about the McGeorge MSL degree for professionals who seek advanced legal knowledge and skills without becoming a lawyer at our evening Information Sessions on Jan. 25 on campus (3200 Fifth Ave.) or Feb. 15 at the California State Capitol. Register here. (1/25)
The McGeorge Capital Center for Law & Policy presents Executive Training on Immigration Rights and Resources on Friday, Feb. 3 from 9 a.m.-Noon at McGeorge (3200 Fifth Ave.). Intended audience includes non-lawyers who interact or provide services to immigrants. MCLE. Register here. (2/3)
The CA Immigrant Policy Center hosts a legislative briefing on 1/31 from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at State Capitol. We will review key 2017 legislation and budget proposals that support immigrant residents and their families. Briefing is not open to the media. RSVP here or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. (1/31)
Attend a California Health Care Foundation briefing describing how community paramedics can help provide more effective and efficient health care services. Monday, January 23, 12-1:30 pm. Cal Chamber, 1215 K Street, 14th floor, Sacramento. RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/0123briefing (1/23)
Lobbying success begins here. Capitol veteran Ray LeBov’s Lobbying 101 & 201 seminars February 2-3 give you the total picture of lobbying in California and introduce the people, processes and best practices critical to success. $275 each/$500 for both. CapitolSeminars.net/ 916 442 5009. (2/4)
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