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Legislative & Regulatory Manager Organize, review and participate in regulatory and legislative matters and represent Pioneer’s interests at the CPUC. Salary: $107,347-$160,484. For more info, visit here. (10/2)
Legislative Director Lead our Governmental Relations team to shape legislative and political strategy for CSBA’s statewide agenda. You will act as a liaison between legislative, educational, and public communities and lead a team of Legislative Advocates. Salary based on experience. Learn more and apply here. (10/19)
Legislative Advocate (Sacramento) The Steinberg Institute is expanding our team and seeks an articulate, strategic, and passionate advocate. 3+ years’ legislative/budget experience required. Knowledge of mental health/substance use issues preferred. $75,000 – $90,000, based on experience. Details. (10/1)
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. (10/19)
Communications & Marketing Director Leads marketing, communications, social media, public affairs for association/advocacy clients. Excellent salary & medical. Learn more here. (10/14)
Communications Coordinator Maintain and help develop web content for multiple sites, ensuring that content is relevant, fresh, engaging, navigable, intuitive, and well-organized. Also responsible for producing multiple mass-marketing and communications emails and newsletters. Excellent salary and benefits. Details here. (10/13)
Environmental Policy Director, CEA Level B ($10,360 – $12,341). Seeking a highly-experienced leader with background in environment-related matters and collaborative skills to represent the Controller on specific boards and commissions. Details here. (9/24)
Legislative Analyst SCAG is currently seeking highly motivated driven legislative analyst with excellent writing and communication skills to assist Legislation Department with advancing SCAG’s policy interests. $61,630.40 – $80,100.80 annually. Please apply here. (10/9)
Director of Government Affairs Manage, develop and advance legislative and regulatory policy priorities for publicly-owned electric utility members. Energy/environmental policy experience required. Salary range is $160,772 to $217,058 dependent upon experience and qualifications. Apply here. (9/22)
Policy & Legislative Advocate Will advance our agenda for more just and resilient economies, primarily in the areas of land and labor. Major 2021 project: support a campaign for a worker ownership-centered state economic recovery agenda. Sacramento/Bay Area. Competitive salary and benefits. Details here. (9/21)
Information Officer II Work with Commission executive management to develop communications strategies to emphasize the Commission’s work and its benefits to California. Develop reports, graphics, speeches, web/social media content, press releases, etc. Salary: $6,404 – $7,957 per month. More details here. (9/21)
Director of Human Resources Posses skill and progressive experience in HR and in developing and managing staff teams, particularly in developing and leading staff. Ability to infuse racial and social justice work into the everyday work of CFA. Salary commensurate with experience. Details here. (9/22)
Senior Policy Analyst/Self Sufficiency Collaborative, dynamic, senior-level person to lead our health care and nutrition policy work. Our team works with counties, state/federal agencies, the Legislature, and other advocates to fight poverty and inequality. Salary DOE. Details here. (9/22)
Housing Advocate, Sacramento. Work on housing issues affecting low-income Californians. 5+ years’ experience legislative/budget advocacy, landlord/tenant or other housing policy work. Competitive salary & benefits. Send cover letter, résumé, two writing samples, references to firstname.lastname@example.org. (10/1)
Legislative Advocate Represent and advocate for the interests of Automobile Club of Southern California (AAA) members and policyholders before the Legislature, Administration, state agencies, industry and trade associations, and related forums. Based in Sacramento. Excellent salary and benefits. Details. (9/30)
Lobbyist, Legislative Affairs Seeking a lobbyist to handle local government issues, including transportation, communications, and public works. California legislature/lobbying experience a must. Competitive salary/benefits. Detailed information here. (9/28)
Council for a Strong America will release a new report on afterschool on Sept. 24 at 10 a.m. PT. Participants include: Asm. Kevin McCarty, District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert, Sacramento County, Vice Admiral (Ret.) Jody Breckenridge, U.S. Coast Guard, and Eric Gurna, President and CEO of LA’s BEST. Register here. (9/24)
Join UCCS on Wed., September 30 at Noon for a talk by Dr. Kristine Madsen, Berkeley Food Institute, on “Why Soda Taxes Can Address Pandemics and Direct Public Dollars to Equity.” The link will be provided on Tues., Sept., 29 to those who have registered by 5 p.m. on Monday Sept. 28. Register here. (9/18)
Join UCCS on Wednesday, September, 23 at Noon for a UCCS special session on “The COVID-19 Pandemic & the Role of the Public Research University” with UC Davis Chancellor Gary May & UC Davis Vice Chancellor David Lubarsky. Link provided on 9/22 to those registered by 5 p.m. on 9/21. Register here. (9/23)