Role: Provide direct support for, or management of, advocacy, easement, education, policy, and technical assistance programs. Conduct event logistics, general preservation assistance, project research, technical writing, customer relations, and field support to help achieve organization mission.
* Serve as the first point of contact for field inquiries by providing introductory research, technical support, customer service, and database entry.
* Support efforts to save Oregons Most Endangered Places by performing research, communicating with local advocates, and compiling information reports.† Assume a leadership role with select Endangered Places as directed by Sr. Preservation Programs Manager.
* Plan, budget, and implement education programs in accordance with annual programs plan.
* Author, edit, and solicit range of content for publication on the Restore Oregon newsroom, social media outlets, special publications, and general correspondence.
* Execute conservation easement program monitoring and correspondence.†
* Regularly update conservation easement and member-donor databases.
* Compile and provide reports, minutes, and agendas.
* Provide assistance at site visits, meetings, and field work both within and outside of the Portland area.
* Cultivate a working knowledge of preservation issues, professionals, and policies across the state.
* Work with Executive Director, Development Director, Office Manager, and Senior Programs Manager to execute tasks and special projects.
Experience & Skills Required:
* Academic training in historic preservation or related field.
* Project management and event logistics experience.
* Strong written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking and copy editing.
* Office software experience, especially Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Salesforce.
* Working knowledge of Oregon geography, history, architecture, and/or policy as it relates to historic preservation.
Education & Background Requirements:
* Completion of an undergraduate degree in historic preservation, community development, or a related field required.†
* Completion of a graduate program in historic preservation or related field strongly preferred.
* Valid driver license.
Physical Requirements: Work is accomplished in an office setting. This requires the ability to manage information in electronic formats and to accomplish the work in a sedentary setting. Occasionally travel to various locations around the state of Oregon is required. Such travel can require extended time in cars and occasional overnight stays. Ability to work with electronic display of information.†