Restoration Project Manager Position:

Organization: Johnson Creek Watershed Council (JCWC) – a community-driven organization dedicated to restoring Johnson Creek and its watershed since 1995.

Location: Woodstock neighborhood of Southeast Portland, with a hybrid work schedule including office, home, and fieldwork.

Responsibilities: Lead the development and implementation of restoration projects outlined in the Council’s Action Plan.
Manage project budgets, contractors, and permits while fostering strategic partnerships.
Oversee data analysis, monitoring efforts, and grant writing/fund development.
Contribute to administrative tasks, staff meetings, and communication efforts.
Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in aquatic ecology, fisheries biology, or related field, with at least 3 years of experience.
Strong project management skills, familiarity with GIS, and knowledge of watershed science.
Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, with excellent communication and organizational abilities.
Desired qualifications include expertise in fish habitat enhancement, stormwater management, and grant writing.
Application Process:

Submit a resume and detailed cover letter addressing qualifications to Alison Perkins, Operations Manager, by March 26, 2024, in PDF format.

JCWC encourages candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply and emphasizes qualifications over traditional credentials.

For a full job announcement and to apply, visit jcwc.org or click this link.