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Join our amazing crew! We're seeking a stellar individual to lead our education and community programs, including our Outdoor Education Programs, Big Canoe Programs, and Volunteer Programs. The Education & Community Programs Manager will lead a team of five professional educators, including a volunteer coordinator, and will oversee deliverables for as many as 20 or more grants at a time with an annual budget of approximately $1,000,000. The successful candidate will be able to lead these established and sought-after programs and work with the team to refine programs and develop and implement new opportunities to best serve all community members.
We are seeking a Short-Term Field Technician to work as part of our Science Team this summer. This position supports our ecosystem monitoring and habitat restoration action effectiveness monitoring programs, and is ideal for a student or recent graduate new to the natural resource field. View the position description (pdf).Applications are due April 13 and are only accepted online. Find out more and apply online.
Apr 10, 2018 - 9:00am
Visit our CREC 2018 webpage for all the latest information.Every two years, the Columbia River Estuary Conference (CREC) brings together people with interest in the lower Columbia River and its estuary, plume, and nearshore ocean. This year's conference theme is Promoting Resiliency under Shifting Environmental Conditions. CREC 2018 will take place April 10-12, 2018 at the Liberty Theater in Astoria, Oregon.