Current open positions and Portland Audubon's standard employment application.
The Audubon Society of Portland’s Board of Directors is seeking a visionary leader with high-level development and management skills to lead and direct the activities of the organization. This creative leader will build on the organization’s strong history of conservation and environmental education and further the mission through the continual development of new strategies, community partners and allies. Additionally, the Executive Director will have cultural competence across race, class, gender, disability and sexual orientation and be committed to implementing the Unified Diversity Strategy. Serving as the public face of the organization s/he must possess integrity, excellent outreach skills and a broad appeal in order to retain and advance Portland Audubon’s favorable reputation in the community. More information.
Summer Camp Environmental Educator Positions
The Audubon Society of Portland is seeking talented Environmental Educators to lead our summer camp trips, classes and camps. Applicants must have experience in Environmental Education with knowledge of Pacific Northwest natural history. Qualified individuals should have a passion for working with children and for cultivating each child’s personal connection to the natural world. Our summer educators are responsible for collaborative facilitation of camps as well as being flexible and willing to teach in informal outdoor settings. Each Environmental Educator will work with a team of summer camp staff to run the activities of camp in a safe, fun and engaging way. We are hiring for several positions to lead a combination of half-day, full-day, overnight and community-based satellite camps. More information.
Community Programs Coordinator
The Audubon Society of Portland, a leading voice in conservation for over a century, is recruiting for a Community Programs Coordinator to help lead our community-based youth programs. These programs include, but are not limited to: the TALON program, a training and employment program for young adults ages 16-20 that fosters careers in conservation; and our Community Camps, which provide hands-on, nature-based education through summer camps at no or low cost to a variety of Portland-metro neighborhoods. More information.
Environmental Education SPRING Internship
Come join the education team of the Audubon Society of Portland and lead groups of kids eager to learn about the region’s wild areas and wildlife. In this internship, you will gain the experience needed to lead tours of our sanctuary to elementary-age children. Assist with our school programs and field trips to Mount St. Helens, Ape Caves, Beacon Rock and the Oregon Coast. More information.
View the Audubon Society of Portland's Application for Employment.
The Audubon Society of Portland is committed to the equality of opportunity for all. Tolerance and camaraderie with one another is expected. The Audubon Society of Portland is an equal opportunity organization that does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, marital status, familial status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or source of income.