Grants and Agreements Officer
POSITION: Grants and Agreements Officer
LOCATION: Northwest Youth Corps Headquarters, Eugene, Oregon (or applicable location).
May require limited travel to training and project locations which may include traveling within OR,
WA, and ID.
COMPENSATION: Starting $19.00 - $20.00 per hour DOE
BENEFITS OVERVIEW: Benefit Package includes: Personal Leave, Paid Holidays, Medical and
Dental Coverage, Disability/Life Insurance, 401k investment plan, Professional Development, and
This position is supervised by the Senior Director of Administrations; working closely with NYC’s
Senior Director of Administration and program leadership, the Grants and Agreements Officer (G &
A Officer) will implement processes to ensure compliance and consistency within NYC’s Programs
Department in oversight of agreements, financial plans, grant administration, grant reporting,
project reporting and invoicing. In some cases, this will mean auditing past agreements and
financial plans. Moving forward, the G & A Officer may either create financial plans for review, or
review financial plans created by Program leadership prior to submission. The G & A Officer will
also assist with the creation of grant and project reports and/or work with Program leadership to
ensure that there is a process to ensure these reports are done in a timely and compliant manner. In
addition, with assistance from Program leadership, the G & A Officer will develop and oversee
invoicing and may also help with budget tracking and be cross trained to assist with other
administrative duties to help the team during busy periods.
Internship Program Coordinator (ID)
POSITION: Internship Program Coordinator (ID)
LOCATION: Boise, Idaho
BENEFITS OVERVIEW: Benefit Package includes: Personal Leave, Paid Holidays, Medical
and Dental Coverage, Disability/Life Insurance, 401k investment plan, Professional
Development, and other perks.
Northwest Youth Corps and Idaho Conservation Corps operates a paraprofessional Conservation
Internship Program for young adults ages 18-30 (35 if intern is a veteran) of varying lengths of
time between 3 – 24 months. The Internship Coordinator is responsible for managing
approximately 45%-50% of total Conservation Interns placements each year assuring that their
experience meets and/or exceeds both member and partner expectations.
The Internship Coordinator is responsible for planning and coordinating the NYC/ICC
Conservation Internship program in Idaho (and other states as needed), and ensuring that all
NYC/ICC positions in the coordinator’s portfolio that are associated with AmeriCorps are in
compliance with AmeriCorps grant provisions. The Coordinator is the primary liaison between
partners and NYC/ICC to ensure Conservation Interns follow organizational, grant, and partner
policies and procedures. This position requires a person with energy and organizational skills, a
person dedicated to helping young adults develop the skills they need to lead a successful life,
and a person interested in promoting the growth of a generation dedicated to stewardship of our
public lands and our nation’s natural communities.