Closing date: Monday, August 13th, 2018
The Friends of Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge is recruiting for a full-time Interpretive Program Coordinator. The position coordinates the Visitor Center, Trail Rovers and Interpretive Program, and supports the Visitor Services Park Ranger in managing the Volunteer Program at one of the country’s flagship urban refuges within the National Wildlife Refuge System.
This position is located at Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge Complex in Sherwood, OR, but has a reach that includes the entire Portland metropolitan area. The position will focus on serving diverse urban youth, students, and community members through high-quality, relevant programming that provides nature experiences and awareness for a broad range of our community. The IP Coordinator will maintain and build partnerships with schools, communities, agencies, businesses and other traditional and non-traditional partners to nurture conservation stewardship while simultaneously meeting the needs of the communities served.
Ideal candidates will have experience working with youth and students, knowledge of techniques of conducting professional interpretive programs, coordinating volunteers, and have experience working in urban communities and/or with diverse audiences. Proficiency in written and spoken Spanish is highly desired.
How To Apply:
Please submit a Cover Letter, Resume and three references via email to
Attn: Bonnie Anderson - Interpretive Program Coordinator