Employment Opportunities

For general human resource questions, please call 916-340-6240.

SACOG uses GovernmentJobs, a public employment board, to post employment opportunities and accept applications. Please visit SACOG’s GovernmentJobs page to view current opportunities.

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Why join SACOG?

  • The dynamic nature of our work – we are a small flexible diverse staff that serves a voluntary association of city and county governments that provide a forum for mutual problem solving and regional advancement. 
  • We encourage professional development and growth, as well as, promotes job satisfaction and personal fulfillment in which talents are fully utilized and uniqueness is valued.
  • We have a flat organizational structure – collaborative, achievement-oriented teams are the focal point of all of our project work.

Culture and Organizational Values

The dynamic nature of SACOG’s work, combined with its small staff, requires a flexible staff and a flat organizational structure. Teams are the focal point of all of SACOG’s project work. Team Managers have more authority and responsibility than in a traditional organization. SACOG is a team-based organization that strives for excellence in both its external work and its internal operations and structure. In 2010, as part of developing a Strategic Plan, SACOG adopted a Statement of Organizational Values.


Our Current Work

Many regions today face challenges whose solutions are beyond the capability of local governments working alone. Since its establishment in 1980, SACOG, a voluntary association of city and county governments, has provided a forum for mutual problem solving and regional advancement. SACOG’s member jurisdictions have enjoyed a cooperative atmosphere that respects the jurisdictional authority of each member but that fosters collaboration to address important regional issues.