Latino Engagement Coordinator

US Fish & Wildlife Service

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Requirements to Apply

  • Must have a valid Driver’s License
  • Must be between the ages of 18-30 years or up to 35 years if a Veteran
  • Be a US Citizen or legal resident
  • Be fully vaccinated for COVID-19

Details:
• Timeframe:  October 2022 – May 2023 (with potential to extend)
• Stipend: $600/week
• Work schedule to be worked out with the intern but will be 40 hours/week from Tuesday – Saturday.

The intern follows the same holiday and office closure calendar as staff.
• Free housing is available at William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge (and Baskett Slough Refuge, if

needed)
• Intern would be a member of the Visitor Services staff and supervised by Visitor Services Manager,

Samantha Bartling
Purpose:
Support and promote a Latino Engagement Program to build stronger relationships with the communities surrounding the Willamette Valley Refuges – weaving the Refuges into the local Latino culture as a resource, destination and asset.

Qualifications:
We are seeking applicants that possess strong communication skills, a flexible and positive nature, willingness to learn and a passion for conservation and education. In addition:

• Latinx individual that is bilingual (Spanish/English both verbally and written). A native Spanish-speaker a plus;

• Must possess a valid driver’s license and personal vehicle;
• Takes initiative, is hardworking and self-motivated;
• General computing skills. Experience with video editing and design software a plus;

• Desire to conduct education and outreach.

To apply for this job please visit environmentamericas.org.

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