Website California Coastal Commission
The Coastal Program Analyst series describes professional work concerned with the conservation, enhancement and development of coastal and ocean resources and regulating the uses of land or water in California’s coastal zone. This work is accomplished by planning, regulating and managing uses of coastal resources in the coastal zone. This is typically the full supervisory and program management level. Under general direction, incumbents plan, organize, direct and are accountable for programs in either the headquarters office or a district office which are of major significance and are sensitive and complex. Incumbents at this level may (1) supervise a small staff, or (2) supervise a larger staff with the assistance of subordinate supervisors.
- Four years of experience (1) in planning, managing or regulating uses of land or water which must have included substantial technical review of permit applications or the formulation of plans that relate to the environmental impact of proposed development; or (2) in providing special technical and research assistance in environmental resource management programs. (A Master’s or Doctoral Degree in Urban, Regional or Environmental Planning, Ecology, Marine Biology, Geology, Geography, Coastal Management, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management, Public Policy or a related field; or a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school may be substituted for one year of the general experience requirement. Both substitutions may be applied. Postgraduate educational substitution for experience may not exceed two years.)
- .Principles, practices, terms and concepts of urban, economic, resources, social, legal and
. Public policy development.
. Current trends and applications in Federal, State and local planning.
. Administrative, land use and environmental law.
. Permit review and zoning procedures.
. Techniques of planning, controlling, motivating and organizing the work of others.
. Principles of personnel management, public relations and administration.
. Modern office methods, technology and procedures.
. A supervisor’s role in the Equal Employment Opportunity Program.
Company: California Coastal Commission
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Others
Job Location: Los Angeles, CA, US
Application Deadline: N/A