Open Positions at the Audubon Society
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The Audubon Society of Portland is committed to equality of opportunity for all through equity practices, both in our workplace and in access to nature. (See our Diversity Statement, here.) Civic engagement and staff diversity are core strategic goals, as illuminated by the report Green 2.0 and formalized by board-approved strategy. The Audubon Society of Portland is an equal opportunity organization that does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, marital status, familial status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
See positions below:Sanctuaries and Facilities Director
Open until filled, priority for applications received by May 1
The Sanctuary & Facilities Director is responsible for the operation, maintenance, and safe enjoyment of our lands and facilities, and for improving the ecological health of our protected habitat. The Director is a strategic planner and achiever, who oversees many different aspects of our operations, from cost-effective maintenance by staff, volunteers, and contractors, to improving the efficient use of our facilities. Being approachable and supportive of the Portland Audubon team of volunteers, staff, and membership and the ability to multi-task are essential for success. Click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.
Community Programs Coordinator
Applications must be received by May 5, 2016 at 4 p.m.
The Audubon Society of Portland, a leading voice in conservation for over a century, is recruiting for a Community Programs Coordinator to help lead our community-based youth programs. These programs include our Community Camps program, which provide hands-on, nature-based education through summer camps at no or low cost to a variety of Portland-metro neighborhood and family events with a variety of community partners including Hacienda CDC, Bienestar and ROSE CDC. Click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.
Summer Camp Environmental Educator
Applications must be received by April 26, 2016 at 4 p.m.
The Audubon Society of Portland is seeking talented Environmental Educators to lead our summer camp trips, classes and camps. Applicants must have experience in Environmental Education with knowledge of Pacific Northwest natural history. Qualified individuals should have a passion for working with children and for cultivating each child’s personal connection to the natural world. Our summer educators are responsible for collaborative facilitation of camps as well as being flexible and willing to teach in informal outdoor settings. Each Environmental Educator will work with a team of summer camp staff to run the activities of camp in a safe, fun and engaging way. Click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.
Environmental Education Summer Internship
Applications must be received by May 19, 2016 at 4 p.m.
Join the Education Team of the Audubon Society of Portland and tour the Pacific Northwest with youth eager to learn about the region’s wild areas and wildlife. Day Camps are based in beautiful Forest Park in Portland, Oregon. Weeklong overnight Summer Camps are based in a variety of settings including the coast, Mount Hood and the San Juan Islands. Instructors work as a team, implementing innovative hands on environmental education programs according to weekly educational themes. Click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.