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We're Looking for a New District Manager!

The RCD is looking to fill a brand new position and welcome another member to our team – our first District Manager! 

In the past 4 years and in response to community needs, the RCD team and work volume has grown greatly. To help us continue to serve our district well, we are reorganizing our structure and are now ready for a full-time District Manager! We’re seeking an experienced organizational manager with proven experience in leading operationally and fiscally complex organizations, and in engaging with people from various identities, ages, cultures, and experiences. 

Read the full job description, hiring package and learn how to apply at bobmurraryassoc.com by Aug 6th.


Volunteers contribute considerably to the success of RCDSMM programs. Volunteers help monitor wildlife, plant and care for native trees, remove crayfish from our creeks, help monitor the watershed, manage data, assist with events, and more. Check out our current volunteer opportunities here.

Watershed Stewards Program

Interested in gaining experience with a conservation organization in the fields of environmental education, salmonid research, and oak woodland ecology? In partnership with the California Conservation Corps and AmeriCorps, the Watershed Stewards Program (WSP) is offering a ten and a half month service position working alongside natural resource professionals at the RCD, including our Conservation Biologist and Education Coordinator. Apply here for to become a WSP Member.

GrizzlyCorps Program

Interested in gaining experience with a conservation organization in the fields of wildfire mitigation and community organizing? In partnership with the GrizzlyCorps and AmeriCorps, the GrizzlyCorps Program is offering an eleven month service position working alongside our Community Resilience Coordinator. Apply here to become a GrizzlyCorps fellow.

Stream Team

Stream Team members are part-time paid field biologists and interns that assisst our biologists to monitor wildlife throughout the Santa Monica Mountains. Work can range from steelhead, amphibian and native oak woodland surveys, habitat mapping, data management, biological reporting assisstance, wildlife camera and lagoon monitoring and more!

Our Stream Team is currently full so we are not looking for additional helping hands. Be sure to check back periodically as many positions are dependent on seasonal field work.

Request for Qualifications

There are no RFQ solicitations at this time.  Please check back for updates.