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Current Job Openings 

Siskiyou Field Institute Executive Director.  Siskiyou Field Institute (SFI) delivers outdoor science and natural history educational programs to adults and youth in Selma, OR. The Executive Director is the key management leader of Siskiyou Field Institute and is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. Closes September 30.

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District Community Engagement Park Ranger. The ranger engages and connects with park users by implementing community science programs, restoring habitat or improving trails with volunteer groups, and providing educational programs including but not limited to service learning programs with schools, and community events. The position is based in Beaverton, OR. Applications accepted through October 2, 5:00pm

Salmon Watch Volunteer: Spend a day on the river helping increase ecological literacy to the next generations. No experience necessary, trainings provided. Programs take place around the Portland Metro Area.

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