California Coastal Commission

Environmental Justice Analyst

Under the direction of the Environmental Justice Manager and Deputy Director of Environmental Justice, Tribal Affairs, and Communications, the Environmental Justice Analyst (EJ analyst) performs a wide variety of the more complex tasks relating to environmental justice and the planning and permit processing functions of the California Coastal Commission. The EJ analyst is the lead analyst for identifying and analyzing potential environmental justice impacts in projects, and drafting environmental justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion provisions in Staff Reports, settlements, or other documents, consistent with provisions of the California Coastal Act and the Commission’s Environmental Justice Policy. The analyst provides technical support and develops resources for district staff on conducting environmental justice analyses and community engagement. The EJ analyst also supports Tribal coordination and consultation for relevant projects, including communicating with and gathering information from tribes, assessing impacts to cultural and tribal resources and drafting findings in Staff Reports, settlements, or other documents, consistent with the Commission’s Tribal Consultation Policy.

Pay: $4,645 – $7,195/month

Location: Hybrid; district offices in Arcata, San Francisco (headquarters), Santa Cruz, Ventura, Long Beach, San Diego and a small legislative office in Sacramento.


California Coastal Commission

Date Posted

April 12, 2024

Application Deadline

April 30, 2024