Employment Opportunities

View the current employment opportunities available at the Local Government Commission below.



Position Title

Energize Fresno Project Coordinator

Salary Range

$35,350 – $41,600 + benefits
40

Position Overview

The Local Government Commission has an immediate full-time position for a Project Coordinator to support the the Energy and Climate Change sector. In particular, we are looking for someone to support the Energize Fresno projects.

Energize Fresno is a new initiative to catalyze innovation in alternative energy infrastructure and lower energy costs for households and small businesses while driving new economic opportunities in some of the most disadvantaged communities in the state. Funded by a California Energy Commission grant, Energize Fresno will develop a planning and funding platform to streamline local deployment of energy technologies to meet the state’s energy and climate goals.

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Position Title

IT Assistant

Salary Range

$13-$14/hour
15-20

Position Overview

The Local Government Commission (LGC) is looking for an assistant to help provide general IT support for a nonprofit office located in downtown Sacramento close to the State Capitol.

The assistant will perform a variety of support duties under direction from our IT Manager to ensure smooth delivery of technology services at a nonprofit office.  This position requires some experience with Mac OS X, as this is primarily a Mac office.  Experience with Windows operating systems and knowledge of networking are a plus for support of a Windows server and workstations.  Duties include software/hardware installation and setup, data management, supporting cloud-based services, workstation and server maintenance and general troubleshooting.

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Position Title

CivicSpark AmeriCorps Fellow for the 2017-18 Service Year

Salary Range

Approximately $16,000+ (before taxes) spread evenly over 11 months
Up to 40 hours per week

Position Overview

CivicSpark, is currently recruiting 70 motivated recent college graduates who are interested in gaining professional experience and developing technical skills while creating a meaningful and lasting impact. During the 11-month service year (September 2017 – August 2018), CivicSpark Fellows will complete research, planning, or implementation projects that provide local government agencies with the support they need to advance their water and sustainability initiatives.

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