The Coastal Program Analyst I and Coastal Program Analyst II examination will be held simultaneously in San Francisco and Long Beach from Monday, November 4, 2019 to Friday, November 8, 2019. Interview dates are subject to change based on the number of candidates. Application closes October 21, 2019!
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.
Work assignments involve planning, regulating, monitoring, and managing uses of California's ocean and coast and San Francisco Bay and its shoreline; advising permit applicants on the planning, technical and legal aspects of their proposed projects; reviewing and commenting on California Environmental Quality Act documents; consulting with local, regional, State, and Federal officials and with the public to coordinate and integrate regulatory and planning activities; determining the conformity of proposed coastal uses with the applicable standards of local, State and Federal law and adopted Commission policies and regulations; assisting local governments in the preparation of local coastal programs; reviewing local coastal programs to determine whether they have been developed and are being carried out in accordance with State and Federal laws; and preparing recommendations to the California Coastal Commission or the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission to guide the Commissions in their formal actions on development permits, appeals, Federal consistency reviews, energy and ocean programs, enforcement matters, local coastal programs and other coastal planning and management work.
Positions exist statewide in Arcata, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, Ventura, Long Beach and San Diego with the California Coastal Commission and in San Francisco with the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission.
Range A - $3,635 - $4,130 per month
Range B - $3,750 - $4,469 per month
Range C - $4,496 - $5,629 per month
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