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League of California Cities

Careers

League staff serves an integral and vital role in advancing the organization's policy goals, legislative agenda, educational activities, and membership objectives. Professionalism, effectiveness, and creativity are hallmarks of the staff's success.

The League offers excellent employment opportunities. Open positions are listed below with more information.
 

Legislative Affairs Lobbyist;
Transportation, Communications & Public Works

The Legislative Affairs Lobbyist is responsible for transportation, communications, and public works issues and serves a vital role in advancing the organization’s advocacy efforts and policy development process. Responsibilities include:
  •  Communicating the interest of cities to the Governor, Legislature, city officials and the public;
  •  Working with elected officials and staff within the Governor’s office and Legislature to shape public policy in a wide range of issues including transportation planning, technology, funding, construction, public works, broadband, and telecommunications;
  • Attending and making presentations at legislative and regulatory hearings and meetings;
  • Negotiating with lawmakers, public agencies, coalition members and competing interest groups;
  •  Serving as a liaison with public and private sector interest groups;
  •  Supporting the League’s policy development process;
  • Informing city officials on legislative and regulatory actions impacting transportation, communications and public works issues and policies; and
  • Interacting with public and private sector representatives throughout California.
If interested, please submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to careers@cacities.org.  Please see below for the Job Announcement and Job Description.

Senior Manager of Equity & Public Engagement

The Institute for Local Government (ILG) is a Sacramento-based non-profit organization serving cities, counties and special districts across California. The ILG office is fast-paced and our team culture is highly collaborative. We’re looking for a fun and dynamic individual who exemplifies our values, can wear many hats, is a team player and a quick learner.  The ideal candidate will have considerable program management experience, at least some local government expertise, excellent communication skills and robust team building experience. 
 
ILG’s projects and initiatives are constantly changing and evolving, but the primary work will include leading programs and training in our Public Engagement pillar.
 
The Senior Manager of Equity & Public Engagement is responsible for all aspects of ILG’s public engagement and equity programming including but not limited to: program development and implementation, programmatic, financial and administrative management, and staff leadership and development.
 
The Senior Manager of Equity & Public Engagement must be committed to our mission of empowering local government leaders and delivering real-world expertise to help them navigate complex issues, increase their capacity, and build trust in their communities. S/he must also embody our core values of collaboration, servant leadership, authentic public engagement, and promoting equitable solutions that build community resilience and trust. The chosen candidate must have a thorough understanding of public participation, meeting facilitation, inclusive public engagement strategies, collaborative policy, and/or local government. In addition, the successful candidate will understand the many different types of equity -- Economic, Health, Social, Environmental and Racial – and how those tenets can impact local governments.

If interested, please submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to careers@cacities.org.  Please see below for the Job Announcement and Job Description.
   

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