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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?

COVID-19 Update: We are currently accepting applications for the positions listed below. As we monitor the COVID-19 crisis, we will update the hiring process if needed. Thank you for your interest in being part of the Heart of Oregon 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 looking for a highly qualified Crew Leader with motivation, professionalism, talent, and passion for empowering and inspiring positive change in the lives of young people. Crew Leaders are responsible for training, supervising, and mentoring young adults from a wide variety of backgrounds, while completing hands-on, labor intensive environmental conservation projects to a high standard of quality. Please click the red position title to download position details and application instructions.

Open AmeriCorps or VISTA National Service Positions (full-time only)

  • This AmeriCorps 10-month service position will complete environmental stewardship projects in the field on public lands; providing training and support to other local youth AmeriCorps service members with the Crew Leader. The position will also deliver curriculum during “Natural Resources Skills Clinics.” This includes: developing and implementing hands on and classroom-based training opportunities on safety, hard skills, and project context; career education and environmental education; field support; and project tracking. This is an AmeriCorps national service position. See announcement for application instructions. Applicants should not complete the "HOC Staff Employment Application."

  • Heart of Oregon YouthBuild is seeking an Assistant Construction Skills Trainer, someone who is interested in learning more about a career in the construction trades while making the difference in the lives of young people! The Assistant Construction Skills Trainer will complete 1700 hours of service over 11 months. The Assistant Construction Skills Trainer position is responsible for helping to build and train a team of youth capable of safely building and refurbishing YouthBuild AmeriCorps houses designated for low-income families in Central Oregon. In addition, the position will provide support, guidance, and encouragement in the development of youth leadership and personal development skills. Construction knowledge is not required, but a passion to work outdoors, learn construction skills, support youth, and the desire to make an impact is required! Please click the red position title to download position details and application instructions. Applicants should not complete the "HOC Staff Employment Application."

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