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Associate Governmental Program Analyst Conducts complex analysis and review of CHHS departments’ legislative proposals and analyses. May communicate within the Administration, and with the Legislature and stakeholders. Details here. Salary range $3,298-$6,446. Final filing date 4/9/20. (4/9)
Executive Speechwriter Experienced writer and thought-leader with strong organizational skills, knowledge of state and policy issues, excellent written and verbal communication skills, four years experience in writing speeches and op-eds. Salary commensurate with experience. Link to details here. (4/13)
Information Officer I (Press Secretary) Ideally have press experience, worked in public relations firm, state legislature, or state agency doing proactive press, must have strong organizational skills, knowledge of state and local policy issues, work well under pressure. $5,149- $6,446/month. Details. (4/6)
Project Manager Responsible for leading studies that include recommendations to the Governor and Legislature for improving state government – what works, what doesn’t, and how to fix it. Salary $5,656-$7,080/mo. Accepting applications until 4/30/20. Details. (4/30)
Policy Specialist Supports implementation of research & policy development projects centered on CCC student success. Ideal candidate experienced in higher education policy, research, legislative process, highly motivated & equity-minded. Salary DOE, CALPERS, more. Information, apply here. (4/9)
Director of Finance Manage all fiscal functions & serve on leadership team. 7+ yrs. experience; CPA desired. Knowledge of nonprofit finance & QuickBooks. Supervise Finance Manager & Accountant; staff Board finance & audit committees. Salary $85-$95K, benefits including 100% paid medical for employee & dependents. Details. (4/7)
Legislative Advocate (Sacramento) Demonstrated success at governmental advocacy. Environmental policy preferred with at least 5 years experience. Outstanding communications skills. Excellent salary, benefits, pension. Apply here. (4/24)
Regulatory/Policy Specialist (Oakland, CA) Interpret/assess proposed legislation & regulations for impact on health care and RNs; testify/present on regulations, legislation & policy; monitor regulatory bodies daily; develop legislative response, policy positions, testimony, lobbying materials. Competitive salary, benefits. Apply. (4/24)
Executive Officer Dynamic leader with executive-level experience, knowledge of regulatory programs, strong leadership, interpersonal skills, ability to set goals and direct staff to achieve the board’s mission. Salary $12,600-$12,979/month. Details here. (4/22)
Political Organizer Must have “hands on” experience in building a political/legislative program around organizational goals, and must be able to develop and implement a vision for a strategic program. Salary commensurate with experience. For details visit here. (4/10)
Director of Government Affairs to lead Association’s legislative and political strategy/advocacy. Minimum three years policy and/or advocacy experience required, J.D. preferred. Salary DOQ/DOE. E-mail resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. (4/15)
Director of Operations and Development Responsible for organizational planning, development, human resources, finances, and operations for the organization. Competitive salary range/benefits. Details. (4/15)
Associate Sacramento, CA. Responsibilities in public affairs, communications, stakeholder engagement, and project management to support our public affairs and community engagement teams. Compensation depends on qualifications. Details here. (4/11)
Legislative Assistant Full-time. Support legislative department in advancing the legislative, budget and education agenda of In-Home Supportive Services and family childcare providers throughout California. $18/hour plus parking, health benefits, sick leave. Details here. (4/9)
Legislative and Programs Assistant Provide support to the Director of Government affairs. Strong communications and organizational skills, team player. Salary based on experience, benefits. More information here. (4/9)
Associate Legislative Advocate (Sacramento Office). Join our team and make a difference. We are currently seeking experienced candidates. Salary DOE. Details, apply here. (4/8)
Director, Communications Experienced communications professional with strong project management and interpersonal skills. Must have working knowledge of health policy, will lead meetings with senior state officials. Develop talking points, op-eds, social media posts, other collateral. Salary DOE. More information here. (4/5)
Communications Account Executive Must have strong writing skills and experience in implementation of communications/public affairs strategies. Will help develop strategy memos, draft blog posts, manage social media platforms, develop graphic design work, draft original collateral materials. Salary DOE. More information here. (4/5)
Paid Intern Full-time position working on public affairs campaigns for legislative issues and ballot measures. Duties include coalition building, grassroots advocacy, press calls, database updates, writing and research. Please email resume and cover letter to Colleen Spitz email@example.com. (4/9)
Join UCCS Remotely on Wed., April 15 at Noon for a webinar panel discussion co-hosted by the UC Adolescence Consortium on “Adolescent Sleep: From Brain to Social Policy.” The webinar link will be provided on Tues., April 14 to those who have registered by 5 p.m. on Mon., April 13. Register here. (4/10)
Join UCCS Remotely on Wed., April 8 at Noon for a webinar talk by Prof. Michael Lens, UCLA, on “Housing Affordability, Poverty, and Evidence: What Should We Do?” The webinar link will be provided on Tues., April 7th to those who have registered by 5 p.m. on Mon., April 6. Register here. (4/6)