Public Outreach Analyst

December 28, 2021 10:58 PM | Dina Storz (Administrator)

GENERAL STATEMENT: Under direct supervision of the Chief Outreach and Engagement Advisor (CEA) the incumbent provides support to the Department’s outreach and engagement related activities. The incumbent is responsible for the development of resources, project tracking and administration, programmatic analysis and content management activities needed for the effective operation of Department of Conservation (DOC) programs.



30% Outreach and Engagement Programmatic Administration

Support DOC department-wide in efforts related to community engagement and outreach. Work with divisions on programs, policies, and regulations where engagement internally or externally is needed. Review, analyze, develop and track efforts around employee support practices including: Training, Meeting Design, Facilitation, Language Access, Role Playing Practice, Engagement with Local Governments (cities, counties, special districts, regional governments), Outreach, Coaching and the DOC’s Natural and Working Lands Framework. Maintain lists of local government, non-governmental organizations, California Tribes (recognized, unrecognized and terminated) and sister state agency key contacts as directed. Assist in the preparation, tracking and coordination of conference proposals and presentations for regional and statewide trade organizations. Develop or work with graphic designer on visual representations to convey work products and productivity.

25% Facilitation and Public Meetings

Participate in interagency and other meetings. Provide assistance with all aspects of internal and external meeting planning including language access related research and digital tool assessment. Serve as backend support for online meetings. Facilitate telephone engagement with stakeholders as needed in anticipation of meetings, attend and provide support at workshops, townhalls or other types of events, including on-site and off-site meetings.

20% Racial Equity and Environmental Justice

Participation and support of advancing racial equity efforts, building on DOC’s Capital Collaborative on Race and Equity (CCORE) team’s work. Support ongoing development and maintenance of relationships with environmental justice stakeholders and organizations including formal and informal leaders. Support fostering increased sensitivity within the DOC program areas pertinent to environmental justice activities. Assist stakeholders in the navigation of technical and other processes.

15% Training

Assist with planning and executing trainings in community engagement, public participation planning, and other related topics internal to DOC and externally as needed.


5% Special Projects

Carry out special projects as assigned by management. Travel as necessary. Assist in the development of correspondence, written reports and related documents as needed.

5% Administrative

Perform administrative duties including, but not limited to: Adheres to Department policies, rules and procedures; submit administrative requests including leave, overtime, travel, and training in a timely and appropriate manner; accurately report time in the Daily Log system; and submit timesheets by the due date.

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