Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities



 

Energy and Environmental Services



SCHEDULING AND SUPPORT STAFF
$18.00 hour, fulltime at 37.5 hours weekly plus full benefit package
(job description pending)



WEATHERIZATION FIELD CREW
$18.00 hour, fulltime at 40 hours weekly plus full benefit package
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MUST HAVE A VALID CALIFORNIA DRIVER'S LICENSE - NO EXCEPTIONS
 


 


Community Services Division


Parents & Children in Transition (PACT)
PROGRAM COORDINATOR II - 
Adult and Family Services
$24.00 - $25.00 hour D.O.E. Fulltime at 40 hours per week including a full benefit package

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Youth Service Bureau Division

 

YOUTH CASE WORKER I
$18.00 hour; fulltime at 40 hours per week including a full benefit package
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YOUTH SHELTER WORKER

Part-time $17.00 hour for day & swing shifts
$18.50 for working an overnight shift (NOC)

For more information about the job and qualifications, please contact Patt Sweeney, YSB Program Manager at (707) 443-8322 ext. 205 or psweeney@rcaa.org 
We will need you to complete our required employment application (see below), and submit a resume to Human Resources at  debby@rcaa.org

"Part-Time staff to work with youth residing in our 24-hr youth shelter. The position involves supporting youth with basic life skills education and recreation. Applicants need to have an acceptable driving record, pass a background check, have experience with the population and/or college degree or appropriate credits. As a condition of employment all RCAA staff must provide proof of having been vaccinated for COVID19. Applicants must also be able to work a varying schedule that includes weekends, some overnights, and some holidays. Available ASAP. Positions open until filled."
 


YOUTH EDUCATORS for the YSB RAVEN PROJECT
Part-time 15 - 20 hours weekly, $15.40/hr.

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Natural Resource Services Division


PLANNER II

$22.00 - $24.00 hourly D.O.E. fulltime at 40 hours per week including a full benefit package
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We are looking for someone with a strong interest in working with people, employing social science skills, and using transportation/ infrastructure knowledge to complete numerous community-based projects along the north coast. The primary focus of this position will be to develop and manage community-driven planning projects by working directly with residents, businesses, governments, and others to develop and implement efforts that promote community health and align with peoples’ vision for their community. The position will require knowledge of infrastructure, transportation, and trail planning activities, with the ability to engage people of all ages about community needs and opportunities, and the ability to work with engineers, consultants, and others to conduct planning and outreach activities. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated abilities to meet the following work activities and job requirements:

o Develop and maintain good working relationships with governments, community organizations, landowners, residents, and local businesses.

o Facilitate and/or attend community events, symposiums, trainings, and seminars, with some evening and weekend work, as necessary.

o Understand project development, design, and implementation, including development of funding sources, competitive grant writing, contract development, and the creation of project bids, specifications, and budgets.


 


Why Work With Us

All fulltime positions come with a complete benefit package, which includes the following:

Medical, dental and vision (minimal share of cost and must work at least 30+ hours per week)
     ** Health benefits become effective the first of the month following 30 days of employment
2 weeks paid vacation for year one, 3 weeks for year two, and 4 weeks for year five
12 days paid sick time per year
13 paid holidays and 1 personal day per year
Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) paid for by the agency

Part-time employees are eligible for paid vacation and sick time on a pro-rated basis depending on the amount of hours worked. P/T employees may also be eligible for paid holidays dependent upon certain criteria in RCAA's paid holiday policy.
 
You can turn in your application materials by:

Email: debby@rcaa.org 

Fax: (707) 445-1519

Mail or in person at: RCAA 904 G Street, Eureka, CA 95501 (attn: Human Resources)

How to apply:

All RCAA positions (except AFACTR Members) require a completed employment application. You may submit a cover letter and resumé with your application (optional, but highly recommended). In addition to the required application, you must also complete and submit the Applicant Acknowledgements (page 2 of the Application PDF package).

Printable Employment Application - Click on 'Printable Employment Application' to open the PDF document to print and manually fill out. You will need to have access to Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the application.

Online Employment Application
Click on 'Online Employment Application' to open the PDF document to electronically fill out.  NOTE: Before you submit this application you must save it to your computer/desktop; otherwise when you submit it, the form will be blank.  Once you have saved the online application you can submit it through email, fax, or drop off at 904 G Street, Eureka.


Applications are in PDF format. Go to 
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readermain.html if you need to download Adobe Reader for free.

PLEASE NOTE:
As a condition of employment all staff are required to have had one of the CDC approved COVID-19 vaccinations and must be fully vaccinated by their first day of work.  Also as a condition of employment you will be required to provide proof of having been vaccinated.
RCAA also requires that all staff wear an approved facial covering inside any of our buildings or vehicles at all times.
 N95 Masks are preferred and we do provide them at the employees request.

How do RCAA's programs affect you?

  • Natural Resources Services (NRS) works directly with Humboldt County community leaders, schools and parents to improve safety and encourage more children to safely walk and bicycle to school. NRS helps coordinate both the Greater Eureka and Humboldt County Safe Routes to School Task Forces.
  • Teaching preschoolers oral health care is a result of the TOOTH program.
  • The Natural Resources Services works with community members, civic groups, and local jurisdictions to enhance neighborhood street tree planting and support the development of community forests for public access and watershed protection.