Passion. That’s the common attribute of those that work for Heart of Oregon Corps. We employ about 60 staff in full time, part time, and temporary positions throughout the year. Are you ready to join the team?
Here are some documents to get you started. Click each title to download.
Note: These documents only apply to staff positions, marked with an asterisk*
We are currently looking for an Accounting Coordinator who can contribute to a finance department that supports a $3-million-dollar budget, up to 50 staff, and over 350 young people each year. Our department prides itself on accuracy, timeliness, and attention to detail. This position is responsible for accounts payable and accounts receivable, including detailed coding of expenses and preparation of grant reimbursement requests. The Accounting Coordinator maintains vendor files, reconciles accounts, prepares financial reports, coordinates procurement, and assists the Finance Director with specific tasks as assigned. Please click the red position title to download position details and application instructions.
We're looking for a Construction Trainer who can teach young people the skills necessary to construct single family homes and provides supportive coaching to encourage the development of youth's employment and interpersonal skills. This position runs a crew of 6-8 trainees at a worksite, balancing operating a safe job site, teaching young people with no prior construction experience technical construction skills, finishing the project on schedule, and mentoring the trainees to develop good work habits and persist through personal challenges towards their long term goals. Please click red position title for full position listing.
Heart of Oregon Corps is hiring a qualified Program Manager with professionalism, talent, and motivation to empower positive change in the lives of young people. We’re looking for a dedicated and resourceful person with a passion for youth, the outdoors, and partnership-based collaboration. The year-round salaried position will manage partnership-based summer youth conservation corps programs that serve diverse youth—including Latino, Native American, and other minority youth, and youth who experience disabilities. Applicants who represent these groups are encouraged to apply.
Heart of Oregon Corps is seeking one AmeriCorps Land Stewardship Trainer who will complete 1700 hours of service over 9 months. Under the direction of the Program Director and Project Coordinator, the Land Stewardship Trainer position will provide training and support alongside part-time AmeriCorps service members while also completing environmental stewardship service and education.