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Now Hiring: Project Manager

Yolo County Resource Conservation District (YCRCD) is a non-regulatory special district serving over 650,000 acres of diverse agricultural operations, rangeland, public open space and developed areas in Yolo County. The RCD promotes land stewardship and is committed to conserving the natural resources of Yolo County by implementing on-the-ground, community-based projects that address evolving resource concerns. Yolo County RCD provides responsive, non-regulatory service to the community. We offer a dynamic, fast-paced and collaborative work environment with an incredible team of dedicated, passionate and highly skilled staff.

The Yolo County RCD currently has an opening for a Project Manager for our Putah-Cache Riparian Restoration Program. We are looking for a motivated individual to take the lead on the critical Arundo donax (arundo) treatment and habitat restoration activities within the waterways and creeks in the Putah-Cache Watershed in Yolo County.

This position is an exempt, 100% full-time equivalent position. Yolo County RCD’s current compensation rate for full time managers ranges from $65,870 to $86,335 per year. As part of employment, the RCD offers medical, dental and vision for employees covered fully by the RCD, paid personal time off (PTO) and holidays. Retirement benefits, which include 8% employer match.

To learn more about the position and how to apply, visit the Putah-Cache Riparian Restoration Project Manager Position Announcement, here.