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?
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*
Open Staff Positions (full-time and part-time)
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 are seeking a qualified Development Director with professionalism, talent, and motivation to empower positive change in the lives of young people through fundraising. We’re looking for a driven and dynamic person with a passion for resource generation. The position will lead and implement successful strategies in four main areas: fundraising, grant writing, communications, and leadership.
We're looking to hire a licensed Teacher who will deliver educational instruction and services in a dynamic alternative education setting. The Teacher will provide holistic education opportunities to students, GED preparation, and college prep skills. Instruction will primarily be in math and science. This position will create and modify curriculum to meet individual needs through differentiated instruction.
We are seeking a highly qualified Crew Leader with motivation, professionalism, talent, and passion for empowering and inspiring positive change in the lives of young adults and improving local ecosystems. 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. Position is based in Bend and Prineville as assigned and serves throughout Central Oregon. This is an AmeriCorps national service position. See announcement for application instructions. Applicants should not complete the "HOC Staff Employment Application."
This is a full-time AmeriCorps position. The Community Partnership and Volunteer Coordinator will complete 1700 hours of service over 10 months, based at our YouthBuild program in Sisters, OR. This position is responsible for developing and strengthening community partnerships for our YouthBuild program, including identifying partnerships for potential service projects and service learning initiatives. This member will also provide service implementing our volunteer program, enabling the program to better serve low-income young people and community residents. Please click the red position title to download position details and application instructions. This is an AmeriCorps national service position. See announcement for application instructions. Applicants should not complete the "HOC Staff Employment Application."
This is a full-time AmeriCorps position. The Teacher’s Aide will complete 1700 hours of service over 10 months, based at our YouthBuild program in Sisters, OR. Under the direction of the Program Director, the Teacher’s Aide position is responsible for assisting program teachers and staff in improving the language arts, mathematical, science, social science and work readiness skills of program participants as these participants study to achieve a GED/HSD. AmeriCorps members will additionally assist participants with job readiness, college readiness, and job placement services. This is an AmeriCorps national service position. See announcement for application instructions. Applicants should not complete the "HOC Staff Employment Application.