Race and Equity Manager (Staff Services Manager I)


This position is eligible for telework. In accordance with the Statewide Telework Policy, and will be required to report to the office as needed/required. The successful candidate must reside in California upon appointment.

Under the general direction of the Deputy Director, the Racial Equity Program Manager (Staff Services Manager I Specialist) is a key member of the Executive Team that leads the strategic direction for institutionalizing racial equity in the Agency. The Racial Equity Program Manager will lead the Agency’s Racial Equity Initiative, which includes implementing and reporting on the Racial Equity Action Plan (Action Plan).

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Click here to apply at CalCareers.

Statement of Qualifications

The Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) is a narrative discussion of how a candidate’s education, training, experience, and skills qualify that candidate for the position. Resumes DO NOT take the place of the Statement of Qualifications.

The SOQ must be typed and not more than two pages in length, using Arial 12-point font, and respond to the following two questions:

  1. Please describe why you feel you are uniquely qualified for this position.
  2. Why is achieving racial equity in public funding for the arts important?

Individuals who are new to state service must have the Staff Services Manager I list eligibility in order to gain employment as a Staff Services Manager I with any state agency. Click here to learn more about examinations administered by DGS and examinations available online.

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Expires: 2023-02-22


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