Job Title: Union County Project Coordinator
Job Announcement: The selected candidate will be responsible for coordinating with restoration partners in Union County using the GRMW Stepwise process and Upper Grande Ronde River and Catherine Creek Restoration Atlases. The Project Coordinator (PC) needs to be proficient in verbal and written communication. The PC facilitates monthly coordination meetings, provides technical review of habitat restoration designs and assists partner organizations in prioritizing and acquiring funding for watershed restoration projects. This involves outreach to landowners, coordinating development of prospectuses and proposals, technical review of project designs and budgets, presenting project proposals to the GRMW Board, assisting with regulatory coordination, support for contracting, providing oversight and monitoring of field work, obtaining and reviewing completion and monitoring reports, and coordinating with funders. This position requires the ability to work well with a variety of partner organizations (Tribal, State, Job Announcement – Project Coordinator Federal, and local) and community members. GRMW is a non-profit organization with six full time employees. Our employees operate as a team, and we are looking forward to working with a new team member.
The position is being offered as either a part time (30hrs/wk.) or full time (40hrs/wk.) position. The selected candidate will work with the executive director to determine a preferred work schedule. The benefits package is prorated for employees working less than 36 hours per week and is not available for employees working less than 30 hours per week.
Through the GRMW Education Outreach Program we have developed Ripples in the Grande Ronde, a quarterly newsletter that is distributed through Union and Wallowa county's local newspapers as an insert.
The newsletter highlights collaborative projects in the Grande Ronde Basin, serves as a media source for other natural resource agencies, and includes a variety of water-related information equally interesting to adults and children. You may select newsletters below and view them in PDF format. If you would like a printed copy of the Ripples, contact the GRMW office.
In 2009, the GRMW teamed up with Green Fire Productions to create a documentry of the Six Ranch Restoration project called "The Best Country".
Today we have a great opportunity to restore salmon and steelhead habitat in northeastern Oregon.
In The Best Country two longtime Wallowa valley ranching families tell their stories about restoring salmon and steelhead habitat on their land.
Runtime: 35 min
Filmed in High Definition
Music by Brady Goss, Thatcher Carter, Matt Cooper.
Produced by Greenfire Productions