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Lawrence & Associates provide a professional yet casual working environment. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer a competitive benefits package including:
Health Savings Account (HSA)
Paid time off (vacation, sick, holidays, and civic duty)
Company matched retirement plan
Professional licensing and society fees reimbursement.
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Climate. Summers in Shasta County are hot and dry, and winters are cool and wet. Redding and the surrounding areas does not suffer from the valley fog that typically blankets the Sacramento Valley during wet months. Average high temperatures during July and August frequently exceed 90 degrees but drop to the low 50s in winter. Annual rainfall averages 33 inches, most of which falls between November and March. There are nearly 200 sunny days per year.
Location. Redding, the largest city in Shasta County, is the business and government hub of northern California. The office of Lawrence & Associates is located in the Gateway Business Park in Shasta Lake, just a few miles north of Redding and about 10 minutes south of spectacular Shasta Lake.
Natural resources. The region is blessed with abundant natural resources. The Sacramento River, a stretch of river providing some of the best fishing in the Western United States, runs approximately north to south through Shasta County. Shasta Lake receives crystal, cold water from the upper Sacramento River, the McCloud River, and numerous smaller streams. Shasta Lake is an ideal spot for varied recreational opportunities such as fishing, hiking, and water sports, including wake boarding, kayaking, and house boating. Whiskeytown Lake, the abode of clear, cool water from the Trinity River and Clear Creek, is located five minutes west of Redding. Majestic Mt. Shasta is located less than an hour north. Mt. Shasta is prized for its natural beauty and wintertime sports, including snowboarding, snowshoeing, and downhill and cross country skiing. Within one hour to the east is Lassen Volcanic National Park and to the west are the Trinity Alps, recreation areas popular for their geologic wonders, fishing, camping, backpacking, and winter sports.
Community. Shasta County cities and towns provide a small-town atmosphere with the amenities of a large city available in nearby Redding. Shasta County residents are friendly and affable, and it is typical to develop friendships with neighbors and community members. Other benefits include affordable housing, minimal traffic congestion, exceptional schools, and low crime rates, considered to be attractive alternatives to larger urban areas. Post-secondary education is available at Shasta College, Chico State University (which provides satellite learning opportunities in conjunction with Shasta College), Simpson College, and National University. Shasta County residents enjoy a wide variety of cultural activities, including the Turtle Bay Museum, live theater, art exhibits, concert venues, and first-class rodeos and air shows. The Ashland, Oregon Shakespeare Festival is a 90-minute drive to the north, and about a 2½-hour drive westward, along a scenic drive, is the eclectic Humboldt County region, complete with uncrowded beaches and rugged coastline of the Pacific.
Commerce. The Redding Metro area is a growing center of commerce and industry, the regional center of Northern California with state-of-the-art healthcare services, shopping, and employment opportunities. Ranching, vineyards, and other small-scale agricultural activities are common in Shasta County just beyond the Redding Metro area.