Spread the Word: We're Hiring!

The Delta Stewardship Council is pleased to announce exciting opportunities to join our science and external affairs divisions, both of which will operate in a hybrid work environment.

1.    Public participation liaison and Council clerk: Under the direction of the public participation manager, the public participation liaison serves as the Council clerk, providing independent, day-to-day analytical, technical, and logistical support to ensure that monthly public meetings are organized; meeting materials are developed effectively; and proceedings are recorded accurately; while prioritizing broad audience understanding and public access. This position will also assist the overall Council with developing public participation and stakeholder engagement plans for agency activities and initiatives. Applications are due March 10.


2.    Senior environmental scientist (specialist): Under the direction of the adaptive management unit manager, this role integrates social scientific expertise with natural resource management issues in the Delta Science Program. This position leads interagency efforts to integrate adaptive management into project planning in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, plans workshops and symposia that support the practice of adaptive management, and supports reviews of science programs conducted by the Delta Independent Science Board. Additional opportunities exist to engage on topics related to environmental governance, tribal ecological knowledge, and environmental justice, depending on the skills and interests of the incumbent. Applications are due March 17.

For more information about these vacancies and to apply, please view the job postings on CalCareers.

CNRA Headquarters.

The Council's headquarters building is in downtown Sacramento. All positions within the Council are telework-eligible. The exact terms of a telework schedule will be negotiated with the hiring manager, depending on the organization's needs.

Council meeting

We strive to attract the best and brightest minds to join us in working toward our mission. You can visit our job opportunities web page to learn about our values and most recent work.

The Council aligns Delta decision-making with science to advance water supply reliability and ecosystem resiliency in a manner that protects and enhances the Delta as a unique place. Progress requires bringing the right people together to implement timely, science-based solutions. 

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Delta Stewardship Council

715 P Street, 15-300

Sacramento, CA 95814



Business Hours:

8:00 AM-

5:00 PM


(916) 445-5511

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