This week is Public Service Recognition Week – an annual celebration of the staff who enable our federal, state, and local governments to serve the people. For the Department of Conservation, that means spotlighting employees who help conserve and protect California’s natural resources – both in the field and behind the scenes.
Many Jobs, One DOC
Did you know DOC is the workplace home of seismic instrumentation technicians (the folks who install earthquake monitoring systems), environmental scientists (including a resident bat biologist), oil and gas engineers, geologists, administrative and information technology staff, and more?
Our earth science-focused professionals work daily to contribute to our mission of fostering intelligent, sustainable, and efficient use of California’s energy, land, and mineral resources.
Staff Spotlight: Meet Katie
This year we spotlight staff perspective on public service life at DOC.
Meet Katie Burnett, an analyst in Human Resources. She builds hiring and recruitment networks across the state.
This is just a peek at the how DOC employees help support a sustainable California for future generations. Meet more of our public servants through the Faces of Conservation campaign and join us in celebrating our employees!
Seeking More Public Servants to Celebrate
Interested in playing a part to conserve California’s natural resources? Bring your expertise and passion for our state — and maybe next year we will be spotlighting you.
We are searching for applicants for:
- Seismological Instrument Technician 1
- Seismological Instrument Technician 2
- Seismological Instrument Technician 3
Or, view all vacant positions here.