Works in cooperation with Metro naturalists and other Metro staff to support a variety of naturalist programming.
Provides assistance organizing, conducting and tracking outcome-based evaluations for Metro’s youth waste reduction programs.
The Naturalist in this position works independently to plan, deliver, evaluate and document non-formal conservation education programs for a diverse range of community organizations and the public.
Nearby Nature is a non-profit education group based in Eugene, Oregon. Founded in 1992, we are dedicated to fostering appreciation of nature nearby and providing tools for ecological living. Our staff and volunteers lead nature walks, daycamps, school programs, special events, workshops, and restoration projects, primarily in Alton Baker Park. We also serve as Alton Baker Park's Host, maintain a Learnscape Garden, and are a partner in the Network Charter School. We are seeking a new residential Park Host.
The North Fork John Day Watershed Council, located in rural eastern Oregon, is seeking a new full-time staff member to lead our youth programs as well as habitat restoration projects with local landowners.
POSITION; Wilderness Instructors - Programs run in Alaska, British Columbia, Oregon, Washington, No...
The Freshwater Trust, a non-profit leader in stream and river restoration, is seeking a Habitat Restoration Coordinator/Project Manager to advance instream and riparian restoration work designed to benefit salmon and steelhead, and watershed function. This 1.0 FTE position will work with Habitat Program staff to complete tasks associated with project development, implementation, evaluation, and reporting. The Habitat Coordinator will also work closely with Development, Operations, and Monitoring staff.
Communications Coordinator, Oregon Wild, Portland, Oregon
Founded in 1974, Oregon Wild is a non-pr...
Project Description: Environment for the Americas (EFTA) is collaborating with the Bureau of Land Management on Celebra las Aves Playeras (Celebrate Shorebirds), a comprehensive approach to engaging Hispanics/Latinos in natural resource careers and conservation action through internships at five sites. EFTA will recruit 8 Hispanic/Latino interns (ages 18-25) from colleges and local communities, especially youth who live near research sites to help create long-term relationships.
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department has one (1) permanent, full-time position at their headqu...