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Becky Dorff

Becky joined the Estuary Partnership for seasonal field work at the Steigerwald Reconnection Project. Her role involves various field data collection including photo monitoring, turbidity samples, and fish salvage activities. Becky's past experience includes fisheries and habitat assessments with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, fisheries observer in Alaska, volunteer restoration work with Johnson Creek Watershed Council, and most recently the Surface Water Management Team intern at the City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services. She recently graduated from Portland State

We're Hiring a Communications & Outreach Associate

07.06.21

We are seeking someone with experience in event planning, fundraising, and communications to join our team. The Communications & Outreach Associate will help develop and implement fundraising strategies, plan community and fundraising events, and support external communications. They will also assist with grant writing and participate in cross-functional teams as a communications and outreach specialist. Their work serves to advance Estuary Partnership priorities and visibility, build support for our programs, and engage partners and the general public with a focus on diverse people and

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Communications and Outreach Associate Application

07.05.21

Salary Range: $44,300 to $64,300 Full Time Equivalent Job Classification: Regular, Exempt Benefits: Competitive Benefits Package Offered Hours: Minimum of 30 Hours Per Week Supervisor: Communications & Outreach Manager Applications Due: July 30, 2021 Position Summary This position is part of a team that implements strategies for development, communications, and events to support the Estuary Partnership’s programs and Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP). This position is focused on developing public support for and increasing awareness of Estuary Partnership programming, as

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Nominate Your Steward of the Year

06.16.21

stylized Steward of the Year Restoring and protecting the lower Columbia River and estuary requires the efforts of many people and groups. The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership recognizes and celebrates the hard work and dedication it takes to protect and restore the river with our Steward of the Year Award.

The annual award, instituted in 2001 and presented during our Annual Dinner, recognizes exceptional stewardship by a group, entity, organization, business, government agency, or individual towards the restoration and protection of the lower Columbia River and estuary in the past year.

Recipients will have

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Technical Contracts Specialist Application

06.17.21

Salary Range: $48,730 – $70,730, Full Time Equivalent Job Classification: Regular, Exempt Benefits: Competitive Benefits Package Offered Minimum Hours: 30 Hours Per Week Supervisor: Chief Scientist Applications due: Friday, August 6, 2021 Position Information The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership seeks a Technical Contracts Specialist to assist with the administration of technical contracts, competitive procurement, and financial tracking for Science Team projects. The Science Team is composed of nine staff who manage multiple complex and large (>$1 million) contracts with funding agencies

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We're Hiring a Technical Contracts Specialist (Application Deadline Extended to Aug. 6)

06.17.21

The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership seeks a Technical Contracts Specialist to assist with the administration of technical contracts, competitive procurement, and financial tracking for Science Team projects. The Science Team is composed of nine staff who manage multiple complex and large (>$1 million) contracts with funding agencies and subcontractors for habitat restoration, monitoring, and other technical projects. This position will support contract development; track contract expenses and reporting requirements and deadlines; facilitate competitive procurement processes; support grant

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