Join the Resources Team
The California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) is one the California executive branch agencies that reports to the Office of the Governor. The CNRA mission is to restore, protect and manage the state's natural, historical and cultural resources for current and future generations using creative approaches and solutions based on science, collaboration, and respect for all the communities and interests involved.
Exciting New Opportunities!
The California Natural Resources Agency is looking for three new team members to assist the agency in furthering its mission. Click on the following appointed positions to view the job announcement.
- Assistant Secretary for Climate Change
- Assistant Secretary for Biodiversity and Habitat
- Assistant Secretary for Press and Communications
Applications for each position will be accepted until filled. Please file an application and submit a resume through the Governor's Appointments website. Questions should be emailed to Morgan Carvajal (Morgan.Carvajal@gov.ca.gov) and Saul Gomez (Saul.Gomez@resources.ca.gov).
Key priorities for CNRA include:
CNRA is comprised of more than 26 distinct departments, conservancies, and commissions with over 19,000 employees. You can see a list of all the departments, conservancies, and commissions here.
Because of the wide breadth of jurisdiction and diverse departments, CNRA has an equally wide breadth of employment and career opportunities. The Agency hosts jobs in research, policy, administration, law, accounting, finance, science, engineering, data, information technology, law enforcement, and more. There is a job for everyone within CNRA!
Why work for the Natural Resources Agency?
- Opportunities to travel and interact with nature
- Generous healthcare and retirement benefits
- Career mobility and advancement
- Contribute to the betterment of California’s most precious landscapes
Please check out the other pages to learn more about the state hiring process and open job opportunities throughout CNRA.