Resiliency Program and Grant Coordinator
|Salary Details||DOE, with excellent benefits, including insurance on day 1, 6% 401(k) match|
|Required Experience||7+ years|
Resiliency Program and Grant Coordinator – Signal Hill, San Luis Obispo, Concord, Roseville, or Arcata, CA
Now more than ever, the world needs forward-thinking solutions delivered at the necessary scale and speed to mitigate climate change-driven impacts to our forest and water resources. Trihydro, one of the top environmental and engineering consulting firms in the country, has an opening for a resiliency program and grant coordinator to support the growth of its Resource Resiliency Program. The successful candidate will join our California team and assist in supporting clients with projects related to enhancing water and forest resource resiliency. If you have an interest in resource resiliency work and enjoy program development, we encourage you to apply.
We are looking for an individual with experience in state policy and grant programs who will:
- Use their experience working with policy, non-profit organizations, and state/city/community organizations to bring strategic connections and partnerships to the Resource Resiliency Program
- Work with the Trihydro Resource Resiliency Program team to identify and secure grant-based opportunities for watershed and forest planning and implementation projects (including landscape-scale fuel reduction master plans and implementation of fuel thinning, biomass, and habitat restoration projects)
- Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with local stakeholders
- Scope, cost, plan, and manage watershed and forest planning and implementation projects
- Lead and mentor project teams
This position requires the following:
- A bachelor’s or master’s degree in environmental science, natural resources management, planning, public administration, or related field (advanced degree preferred)
- 10+ years of experience in watershed or forestry projects or programs with demonstrated success managing scope, schedule, and budget
- Experience with public outreach and communicating with different groups including disadvantaged communities
- Experience working with various local and state agencies, with knowledge of various grant programs and funding availabilities
- Experience with policy, regulations, and planning for discretionary projects in California including California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
- Knowledge of California’s natural environment and climate-related impacts affecting water and forest resources within the region
- Strong technical writing skills and the ability to prepare complex documents, proposals, reports, permits, and applications
- Creative problem-solving skills
- Ability to build consensus, develop effective coalitions, and collaborate with stakeholders from varied perspectives
- Valid California’s Driver’s license and clean driving record
This job may be for you if you:
- Are dependable, with the ability to work in a team environment
- Want to be part of a close-knit team
- Have an interest in being a key part of the company’s continued expansion and growth
- Are a self-starter and a life-long learner
At Trihydro, our approach to work is honest and hard-working. You’ll find a company culture that is dedicated to excellence, nurtures collaboration and growth, and still finds plenty of time for fun—often outdoors. Some of the benefits of joining our team include:
- Comprehensive health insurance (medical, dental, vision, and prescription)
- Industry-leading 401(k) retirement plan, including a discretionary 6% match by Trihydro
- Generous paid time off including vacation, flex, sick, paid family leave, and holiday pay
- Wellness program, including reimbursement for a gym membership or related expenses
- Staff mentoring and opportunities for professional/career advancement
- Best-in-class safety culture built to protect our employees—the mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters who deserve to go home safely each night
Trihydro is humbled to have received an honorable mention in Outside Magazine’s “Best Places to Work” list. Our 500+ professionals work on meaningful environmental and engineering projects that make a difference for clients and communities. Trihydro’s offices extend from Alaska to Florida, and our team members live and work within minutes of outdoor recreation. As a team of geologists, engineers, ecologists, and scientists, our culture is rooted in a love for the outdoors.
This is a full-time position averaging 40 hours per week; part-time applicants will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Interested candidates should apply at https://www.trihydro.com/about-us/careers with their application, resume, and cover letter addressed to Trihydro’s recruiting department.
Trihydro is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, or because of a protected Veteran status.
The salary information shown below is a general guideline ONLY. Salaries are based on candidates' experience and qualifications, as well as market and business considerations.
Summary pay range: $80,000-$120,000
Interested candidates should apply at https://www.trihydro.com/about-us/careers with their application, resume, and cover letter addressed to Trihydro’s Recruiting Department.
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|Category||Admin & Leadership, General / Stewardship|
|Tags||Environmental Consulting, Outreach, Environmental Planning|