Cal OES Office of Crisis Communications and Media Relations Recruiting Talented Individuals to Join Multimedia Team

The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services is growing our best-in-class multimedia team to better serve Californians during disasters.

We are actively recruiting to fill multiple rolls within our Office of Crisis Communications and Media Relations. These positions will serve on the frontlines of providing Californians the most up to date information on wildfires, COVID-19, cybersecurity, long-term recovery and much more.

 Cal OES prides itself on producing cutting-edge digital and streaming content that keeps Californians safe during disasters, turning engagement into action that will protects their communities.

 We create culturally-relevant content for state websites and social channels quickly and effectively. From breaking news press conferences to rapid-response digital content and streaming community recovery meetings in the field, we continually look for ways to upgrade our digital presence to provide real-time updates to Californians on issues of public health and safety.

 We are looking for collaborative individuals comfortable in a rapid-pace environment who are committed to helping others and dedicated to producing the highest quality work.

 We currently are hiring for the following roles:

Robb Mayberry

Robb Mayberry is a Public Information Officer for the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. He has assisted in the response and recovery efforts with some of California’s worst disasters, including the San Refugio Oil Spill, the Valley and Butte Wildfires, Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, Erskine Fire, the Winter Storms of 2017, the Tubbs Fire, the Thomas Fire, the Carr Fire, the Camp Fire, and the Ridgecrest Earthquake. Prior to public service, he spent 25 years managing the public and media relations for some of Northern California’s largest healthcare organizations.

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