Announcement Employment Opportunities


The California Strategic Growth Council and Office of Planning and Research are now accepting applications for the following positions:

Program Housing Analyst, Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities, SGC

Final filing date: April 30, 2021

The California Strategic Growth Council (SGC) seeks diverse applicants for the exciting position of Program Housing Analyst on the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program (AHSC) team. We’re looking for skilled professionals committed to helping SGC achieve its vision for healthy, thriving, and resilient communities for all. We encourage applications from candidates from historically under-represented communities and/or experience in equity who are dedicated to improving the lives of Californians. The ideal Housing Analyst is an experienced public servant with a either Master’s degree in planning, policy, finance, civil engineering or a closely related field and three years of relevant experience OR an equivalent combination of relevant experience and education. The Housing Analyst will thrive in a fast-paced, creative work environment that is highly collaborative and team-oriented. A self-starter with strong communication skills, the AHSC Housing Program Analyst is adaptable to change and enjoys working in a small, dynamic organization. SGC has participated in the Government Alliance for Race and Equity (GARE) for three years and is implementing its Racial Equity Action Plan, addressing issues such as hiring, budgeting, contracting, programs, policies, and more.

Special Assistant to the Director, OPR

Final filing date: April 29, 2021

The Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR) seeks a motivated and proactive team player to provide organization support OPR’s Director. This Special Assistant plays a plays a vital role in supporting and coordinating a wide range of high-level communications and executive and administrative support related tasks, and interacts with a variety of public and private entities throughout the state of California. OPR is the State’s comprehensive planning agency – a dynamic team that studies future research and planning needs, fosters goal-driven collaboration, and delivers guidance to state partners and local communities, with a focus on land use and community development, climate risk and resilience, and high road economic development.