Southern Oregon Community Engagement Coordinator

211info is hiring for a Southern Oregon Community Engagement Coordinator (Jackson & Josephine Counties). Candidates for the Southern Oregon Community Engagement Coordinator should live in one of the counties listed above have knowledge of and relationships with community networks and emergency management programs, presentation skills and the ability to travel around the region. The Coordinator will focus on community needs; flexibility and a willingness to learn are necessary qualities. The Coordinator must have a reliable vehicle and the ability to travel around the region. 

Job is open until filled. Pay is $19.10-$22.92 an hour, plus mileage, with a $1 an hour language differential available for bilingual applicants. Job description is here.

The position involves presentations, ongoing contact with agencies to ensure database accuracy, ability to create partnerships with community service networks, and a strong understanding of the need for racial/ethnic equity.

We are committed to equitable hiring practices, and we promote inclusion in our workplace. 211info invites candidates who are BIPOC, who speak languages in addition to English, and who live in rural areas.

This is a full-time position at 40 hours per week. People who work 30+ hours a week are eligible for benefits including health, vision, dental and alternative care; short-term disability; and an Employee Assistance Program (EAP). All regular (non-temporary) staff receive PTO and a retirement plan with an employer match.

To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter with “Southern Oregon Community Engagement Coordinator” in the subject line to [email protected]. The cover letter should address these questions, no more than half a page each:

  1. What is your experience with providing training presentations to groups of people? Do you have experience with Zoom or other video conferencing?
  2. Describe your work with community service providers in your region. Do you have contacts in the fields of health care, Early Learning, emergency management, housing and/or public health agencies?
  3. How would you reach out to people and organizations that have barriers to accessing community resources?
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