JC-429892 – Tribal Liaison

Website Governor's Office of Planning and Research

The Governor’s Office of Planning & Research (OPR) is recruiting to fill one (1) Permanent Fulltime Staff Services Manager II position within the State Planning and Policy Development Program.  The Tribal Liaison will function as a nonsupervisory expert and hold a multifaceted leadership role responsible for organization wide policy development initiatives and conducting outreach activities. Their core objectives to fostering effective and inclusive relationships between OPR and California Native American tribes and tribal communities. This pivotal leadership position ensures that OPR programs and initiatives align with tribal needs and priorities, functioning as the central point of contact for leading tribal collaboration, Government-to-Government consultation with tribal leaders, and community engagement efforts. Additionally, under the general direction of the Executive Director for State Planning and Policy Development and with the overarching guidance of the OPR Executive Leadership team, the incumbent offers high level policy and programmatic management guidance to all branches of OPR concerning California Tribes and Tribal communities as well as policy advice on tribal affairs to leadership. This advisory role provides expertise on environmental and planning matters, identifying potential challenges, formulating action plans, conducting critical investigations and studies, and preparing essential documents, policies, plans, and legislative proposals to support the organization’s mission  

This position is eligible for telework in accordance with the OPR Telework Policy.

You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.


To apply for this job please visit calcareers.ca.gov.

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