[ES_JOBS_NET] CARB APS vacancy (sustainable communities research)

Annalisa Schilla annalisa.schilla at gmail.com
Mon Nov 19 10:02:56 MST 2018

Dear ES_JOBS list,

The California Air Resources Board is hiring!  I’m recruiting for an Air
Pollution Specialist for Sustainable Communities research and I would
appreciate your help spreading the word to qualified applicants.

Link, deadline, and short blurb below. Please let me know if you have
questions.  I’m also happy to talk with potential applicants.



Sustainable Communities research APS (deadline 12/6):


The Climate Action and Research Planning Section has an immediate opening
for a motivated staff person to oversee the agency’s Sustainable
Communities research program. The Section serves as an agency-wide resource
for research on sustainable transportation and communities. The selected
candidate will be responsible for developing and coordinating cutting-edge
analysis and research to support the Board’s decision-making related to
land use and transportation planning.  The candidate should be familiar
with relevant state policies (e.g., SB 375), local and regional land use
and transportation planning and financing, including the complexities of
land use and housing policy, and familiar with existing tools (quantitative
and qualitative) used in planning processes.  They should also be aware of
the environmental and social equity implications of land use and
transportation planning, and with the dynamic nature of the transportation
system including new mobility strategies and services. The incumbent will
be responsible for assessing, developing, and improving metrics, tools,
resources, and strategies to support the Air Resources Board’s policies to
reduce emissions from land use and transportation, and must be committed to
working closely with other CARB staff, metropolitan planning organizations,
local governments, academics, and other stakeholders to ensure that the
tools and research are targeted and effective.

Annalisa Schilla, Ph.D.

Research Division

Manager, Climate Action & Research Planning

916.322.8514 annalisa.schilla at arb.ca.gov

<annalisa.schilla at arb.ca.gov>
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