Community Engagement Director (Bilingual, Spanish) – Tualatin Hills Nature Center


Tualatin Hills Nature Center

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Aimee R Nighswonger

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15655 SW Millikan Way
Beaverton, OR
United States

Do you have a passion for nature, being outdoors, mentoring teens, and working with community members? The Tualatin Hills Nature Center is seeking a team-oriented, nature enthusiast to create quality community engagement and workforce training experiences for youth in the Beaverton area. This is a fantastic employment opportunity for individuals looking to work in the community inspiring youth and teens to connect with nature. This is a year-round position working with our Nature Mobile community engagement program, focusing on youth mentoring and community partnerships. Environmental education experience is preferred but not required for this position. You must be 16 years old to apply; you must love working with kids; and you must be able to work outside, rain or shine.


The Environmental Education Director is responsible for the development and implementation of assigned nature programs. Incumbents in this job classification work independently, within established guidelines, to develop, coordinate, supervise, and instruct the day-to-day activities of assigned nature program areas and provide lead direction to assigned part-time staff and volunteers.  

For more information regarding job duties and qualifications please review the hyperlinked job description above.



-Must be sixteen years old to apply
-Must love working with kids
-Must be able to work outside, rain or shine.

For more information regarding qualifications, please review the full job description.

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Please be sure to fully answer the application's supplemental questions to ensure our hiring managers can appropriately evaluate your qualifications. To reduce barriers to entry, THPRD evaluates an applicant's work history and responses to supplemental questions rather than requiring cover letters and resumes. Appointments on the salary range are made based upon a pay equity analysis of bona fide factors per Oregon's Equal Pay Act. 

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Compensation Information

$20.51 - $23.08 Hourly