Heal the Bay Staff group shot outside of our Santa Monica Pier Aquarium. Photo: Heal the Bay
Working at Heal the Bay is challenging and rewarding, making a difference in California's coastal water quality.
Offers of employment will be contingent upon satisfactory verification of applicant information including a background check. Potential hires must complete and sign a release authorizing Heal the Bay to complete this step.
Heal the Bay is an equal opportunity employer and actively recruits to promote diversity in our workforce.
NOTE: As of 9/5, this position has been frozen. Please check back in 60 days for a status update.
Science and Policy Analyst, Water Quality (full time)
the Bay is looking for a leader who is passionate about water quality and
watershed health, and who wants to work proactively to improve Southern
California’s environment. The Science
and Policy Analyst will be responsible for critically evaluating water quality
permits, stormwater programs and pollution controls, wastewater issues, Total
Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) and other water quality-related policies and
regulations from both a scientific and policy perspective. The Analyst will
represent Heal the Bay at public meetings and stakeholder groups and advocate
for strong water quality-related policies and regulations. A strong focus of
this position will be advocating for integrated water management approaches to
meeting water quality regulations and policies.
Must be motivated, articulate, organized and a strong problem solver.
Heal the Bay offers a casual work environment and collegial atmosphere. A
strong water quality, water supply and regulatory background with experience in
the policy arena is preferred. This is a full time salaried position with
health, dental, vision and vacation benefits.
To apply, send cover letter and resume via one of the following: