Position: Environmental Educator Salary Range: $46,500 – $66,500, Full Time Equivalent Benefits: After qualifying periods are met – health and dental insurance, vacation and sick leave, paid holidays, and retirement. Hours: 32-40 Hours Per Week. This position is a 12-month position, with a high likelihood of being extended. Job Classification: Regular, Exempt Supervisor: Community Programs Director Application Due Date: 5:00 p.m. on December 18, 2020 The Environmental Educator works within a team of six other Estuary Partnership Educators to lead education and community programs. Environmental
The Estuary Partnership secures and distributes funding to support habitat restoration projects. We have worked with more than 100 partners to protect or restore over 18,000 acres of habitat in the lower Columbia River and estuary. Bonneville Power Administration is the primary funder of our Habitat Restoration program, with additional funds being provided through NOAA’s Community-based Restoration Program and EPA’s Targeted Watersheds Grant Program, as these become available. We currently offer two types of project funding: 1) Design and Implementation, and 2) Technical Assistance. Please
We owe a thanks to our sister organization, fellow National Estuary Program the Tillamook Estuaries Partnership (TEP), for lending us one of their VetsWork Interns this year. Over the last few months, Chris Sutherland has worked on a variety of projects with us. While he’s still assigned to TEP, unexpected challenges from the pandemic made it hard to reach Tillamook consistently. Since he is local to the Metro area, we have been happy to provide fieldwork opportunities for him.
Chris was born and raised in California where he discovered an early love for the outdoors and developed a