Reminder: Cal OES Hiring Communications Roles

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

Cal OES prides itself on producing cutting-edge communications content that keeps Californians safe, turning engagement into action that will protect their communities.

We are actively recruiting to fill multiple roles 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.

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. In this role you will provide media response during emergency/crisis situations and serve as a Public Information Officer during emergency activations.

We currently are hiring for the following roles:

  • Information Officer I (Two Positions):  CalCareers

Diana Crofts-Pelayo

Diana Crofts-Pelayo joined the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) in 2020 after helping lead the communications strategy for the 2020 Census in California. Since joining Cal OES, she has assisted in the response and recovery efforts of the historic 2020 wildfires and the COVID-19 pandemic. Previously, she was a Governor's Appointee and a Communications Director for the California State Senate.

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