The ACRCD is actively seeking a Project Assistant/Resource Conservationist I (DOQ) to assist with Stream Maintenance and Restoration with a related education and employment background. We are looking for a candidate with experience and leadership that is an enthusiastic learner/quick study that in certain circumstances may self-direct and manage, prioritize, and track multiple projects/tasks with little supervision, and collaborate with senior and junior-level staff, partners, and professionals from other disciplines. The ACRCD’s Stream Restoration Specialist will be providing on the job training in this important position, to the extent necessary to ensure the selected employees knowledge and abilities efficiently supports the City of Livermore’s enhancement of program logistics while concurrently achieving stream maintenance and restoration goals. This position will assist with a variety of other ACRCD projects. The District offers a collaborative, and amiable working environment and offer employee professional development/training opportunities.

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Please submit your resume, references and cover letter to Katherine Boxer, Chief Executive Officer, Alameda County Resource Conservation District, katherine.boxer@acrcd.org no later than 5:00 p.m. September 17, 2021. Interviews will be held on September 28th and 29th. Position will remain open until filled.