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15 Dec 2023

Part-Time Operations Coordinator

Long Tom Watershed Council – Posted by LongTomWC Eugene, Oregon, United States

Job Description

The Long Tom Watershed Council (LTWC) is seeking an Operations Coordinator to help manage and implement the Council’s administrative functions. Position duties include member and donor tracking, systems and file management, office organization, and event planning and logistics. More information on the Council can be found at longtom.org. This position has the potential for advancement within the first year of employment.

Process:   Application materials due 1/15/24 at 5 p.m. 

Starting Date:   Late January 2024 or later, pending availability of chosen candidate

Status: Non-exempt, 0.8 FTE (32 hrs./wk.)
Reports to: Operations Manager
Starting Compensation $20.25/hr., $33,696 salary – $24.2/hr., $40,269 salary, depending on
experience. This position has potential for advancement and to
full-time during the first year.

Starting Benefits:

  • Health insurance (75% of employee premium + 20% of dependents paid)
  • 401(k) – automatic monthly payment of 8 percent of salary
  • 10 paid holidays plus 10 days of PTO to start
  • Continuing education and training are financially supported in alignment with organizational priorities
  • Participation in Paid Leave Oregon

The Operations Coordinator will work closely with the Executive Director, the Operations Manager, and the Fiscal Manager in providing essential support for administrative functions of the Long Tom Watershed Council. This support is critical in keeping the organization operating smoothly and working successfully toward our mission. The OC will report to the Operations Manager for administrative supervision tasks such as timesheet approval and annual evaluation. Operations and fiscal support is offered by the Operations Manager, Executive Director, and Fiscal Manager.

At LTWC we operate with organizational systems that allow for team-based accountability, individual autonomy, work-life balance, and structures that provide consistent expectations while allowing for flexibility as the needs of our work and of our lives naturally shift and evolve. Examples of this philosophy in practice include 360-degree annual staff evaluations, regular program team check-ins, cross-program collaboration, and support for staff-driven initiatives. LTWC also encourages employees to develop mentorship and peer-to-peer relationships with professionals from other organizations in the Upper Willamette Region.

Please follow this link to view the full job announcement and position description, including instructions on how to apply

How to Apply

To Apply: Please submit your application materials via email to [email protected]. All application materials must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date, January 15, 2024.
  • Please email questions about the position or hiring process to [email protected].
  • All emails -- both application submittals and questions regarding the position – should have “Operations Coordinator” in the subject line.
  • Late or incomplete applications may be rejected.
Application Materials
  1. Resume
  2. Cover letter of two pages maximum, 12-point font, that includes a description of how your knowledge, skills, abilities, and past experiences relate to the position responsibilities.
  3. Three professional references will be required for finalists. You may provide them now or later. Please provide contact information, including phone number, and describe your relationship with them.

Job Categories: Conservation. Job Types: Part-Time. Job Tags: administration and operations. Salaries: 40,000 - 60,000.

Job expires in 2 weeks.

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