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.

Cal Cities offers excellent employment opportunities. Open positions are listed below with more information.
 

Program Manager, Institute for Local Government

The Institute for Local Government (ILG) is a Sacramento-based non-profit organization that provides education and training that builds the capacity of local government leaders across California to address some of the most pressing needs in society. The ILG office is fast-paced and busy, so we’re looking for a fun and dynamic individual who shares our values, loves juggling projects and being a team player. The ideal candidate will be a quick learner who is very detail-oriented, highly organized and great with technology. The candidate will also have project management experience and excellent written and verbal communication skills. 
 
Specific work performed will include supporting a wide range of program activities, including: online trainings, conference presentations, workshops and webinars; consulting projects with local governments; drafting publications, case studies, articles and tips sheets; facilitating public meetings and convening statewide leaders.

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.

Sr. Policy & Legislative Affairs Analyst

Provides complex fiscal analysis, expertise and advice to the organization on the full range of issues affecting California local government finance.  Monitors historical trends of local government finances and makes fiscal information available for policy development and member cities, including data collection and analysis. Analyzes proposed and enacted legislation, ballot measures, state and federal budget proposals and court decisions affecting city finance.  Performs in-depth research and analysis in other policy issue areas affecting cities, as assigned, which may include, but is not limited to economic development, housing and land use, public safety, retirement benefits, labor, environmental quality, and transportation. Coordinates activities and information for task forces and policy committees; serves as liaison between Cal Cities and member agencies and committees; may oversee staff on assigned projects.

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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