Our administrative team consists of 20 dedicated, fun and supportive leaders spread over three locations, a Portland administrative office and base camps in Central Oregon and Northern Washington. We also employ phenomenal instructors steeped in youth development, social and emotional learning, technical outdoor skills, and expert facilitation. Our Portland office is located in the west end of downtown and hosts an inclusive, active, flexible, and results-focused culture.
We are a family and adventure friendly employer. A number of our admin staff work less than full time to balance family relationships/responsibilities or to allow for adequate time to travel, adventure or otherwise pursue personal goals.
Open Administrative Positions
Partnerships and Marketing Manager (Portland, Oregon)
The Partnerships & Marketing Manager will develop and deploy a regional outreach strategy and program defined by custom contract and enrollment growth, local and national brand presence and traction, and strong collaborative relationships with other senior leaders. This position leads our marketing and communications effort, supports our existing custom program clients, and leads growth in both custom client work and open enrollment. Full-time 0.75 to 1.0 position.
The Program Manager works to provide daily leadership, administrative support and management of the Mazama basecamp and associated programming. Responsibilities include course directing, training, mentorship of Course Directors and Trainers, ensuring quality training, programming, community building, and some aspects of business management. Approximately 6.5 month position, tentatively scheduled mid-April to October.
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NWOBS recognizes that there are barriers precluding people with marginalized identities (e.g., black, indigenous, and people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, genderqueer, trans, people from low income communities, rural communities, people with disabilities, and more) from being able to access transformative and inclusive educational experiences. These barriers also prevent people from accessing and having inclusive and culturally relevant experiences in the outdoors. NWOBS believes it has the responsibility, as an educational institution, to dismantle these barriers so that it can full its mission of changing the lives of all who desire a quality outdoor education experience, and not just the lives of those with the privilege of being able to access NWOBS today. As such, NWOBS aspires to be more reflective of and relevant to the communities in the Pacific Northwest, both within its staff and leadership body as well as its student body.
NWOBS is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of NWOBS to provide equal employment opportunity in accordance with applicable law to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, military status, political opinion, national origin, familial status, mental or physical disability, source of income, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law, in all personnel actions.
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