Full-Time Career Opportunities

Independent Consulting

RDA has a diversity of projects that require specialized skills, and we maintain a cadre of independent consultants whom we call upon when their skills and talents are needed.  If you are interested in independent contracting opportunities, please send a cover letter, resume or curriculum vitae, references, and a writing sample to us.

Freelance Grant Writer

At RDA, we partner with government agencies and non-profit organizations to develop competitive grant proposals for projects aimed at sustainable progress. Due to the popularity of our grant writing services, we’re growing! We’re creating a pool of highly qualified freelance grant writers to support our grant writing services. Seeking writers with significant experience and demonstrated success with grant proposals. Freelancing at RDA is a great opportunity to cultivate your grant writing career and extend your network while adding significant proposals to your resume. Interested grant writers may submit their resume and interest here.

Celebrating Diversity and Inclusion

RDA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to equitable and inclusionary hiring practices. We strongly encourage jobseekers from all cultural backgrounds, religions, sexual orientations, genders, and ages to apply.

Overcoming Barriers

Overcoming Barriers and Expanding Access to Behavioral Health Services

Access to behavioral health services is becoming more difficult, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic, but programs are working to increase access to services for those that need it most. Recently, RDA Consulting partnered with Merced County in evaluating the effectiveness of an innovative program that makes services more accessible. With our findings, we learned some…

Kids at School

A Step Forward for Child Welfare in California

All too often, cases of child abuse are erroneously reported (according to the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System, 82% of cases reported and investigated are unsubstantiated) and families are separated when caregivers and other persons of authority – teachers, school nurses, police officers – see that children from BIPOC communities are suffering from…