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This position can be located in Sacramento or Riverside County.

Come join a fast-paced, enthusiastic team of engineers and scientists working to reduce harmful emissions and fuel consumption from heavy-duty off-road vehicles and equipment. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is a nationally and internationally recognized leader in air pollution control, establishing innovative and dynamic programs to protect and improve air quality for the citizens of California. The Off-Road Implementation Section (ORIS or section) within the Mobile Source Regulatory Development Branch is looking for highly motivated applicants with strong technical and project management skills, an ability to understand regulatory and program requirements, and a willingness to work in a team environment.

ORIS is primarily responsible for implementing CARB's In-Use Off-Road Diesel-Fueled Fleets and Large Spark-Ignition Engine Fleet Requirements Regulations (Off-Road Regulations). We are looking for enthusiastic, intellectually curious individuals.The successful candidate will provide compliance assistance with the Off-Road Regulations by working with the regulated community. The candidate will prepare and make presentations before stakeholder groups at conferences, workshops, seminars and other venues; and staff informational booths at relevant meetings. The candidate will meet with individual affected fleets and associations, equipment and vehicle manufacturers and dealers, air districts, consultants, and other interested parties to discuss the regulations. The candidate will respond to inquiries from stakeholders and CARB's executive management. Duties also include special projects, such as developing a fleet recognition program, performing database queries for data analysis, compiling data for project evaluations, and technology assessments.

This position may include travel.

You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.


Working Conditions


This position may be eligible for hybrid in-office work and in-state telework. The amount of telework is at the agency's discretion and is based on the California Air Resource Boards' (CARB) current telework policy. While the CARB may support telework, some in-person attendance is also required. 

The positions at the CARB may be eligible for telework with in-person attendance based on the operational needs of the position under Government Code 14200 for eligible applicants residing in California, subject to the candidate meeting telework eligibility criteria outlined in the CalEPA telework policy and/or future program need. Employees not residing in California are not eligible for telework. Regardless of hybrid telework eligibility, all employees may be required to report to the position’s designated headquarters location at their own expense.

  • Position located in a high-rise building
  • Requires being in a stationary position, consistent with office work, for extended periods. 
  • Standard office environment (for example, artificial lighting, controlled temperature, etc.) 
  • Daily use of a personal computer, office equipment, and/or telephone.