POSITION: Operations Director
LOCATION: Northwest Youth Corps Headquarters, Eugene, Oregon
STARTING WAGE: $56,000-$60,000 annual salary
BENEFITS OVERVIEW: Personal Leave, Paid Holidays, Medical and Dental Coverage,
Disability/Life Insurance, 401k investment plan, Professional Development, and other perks!
The Operations Director (OD) develops and executes systems that promote efficient business
operations as well as supports the acquisition and maintenance of assets. This includes fleet use &
maintenance, equipment purchase/repair, food programs for crews, and field communication
systems. The Operations Director oversees a small team of staff who provide logistics support,
facilities maintenance, vehicle use/maintenance, equipment purchase/maintenance, inventory
tracking, and support for program management. The OD is responsible for planning documents,
operational reports, professional oversight, staff meetings, and staff performance reviews. The OD
works with staff to develop/document operational procedures and to strengthen overall
organizational, administrative, and programmatic infrastructure. The Operations Director reports
directly to the Deputy Director (DD).
Social Studies/Language Arts Teacher
POSITION: Social Studies/Language Arts Teacher
LOCATION: Twin Rivers Charter School at Northwest Youth Corps Headquarters, Eugene,
COMPENSATION: $36,000-40,000 Annually DOE
BENEFITS OVERVIEW: Benefit Package includes: Personal Leave, Paid Holidays, Medical and Dental Coverage,
Disability/Life Insurance, PERS Equivalent 401k investment plan, Professional Development,
and other perks!
At TRCS we like to consider ourselves slash teachers—meaning that we are all
teachers/counselors/field coordinators/CTE instructors etc. This position is for a Social
Studies/Language Arts teacher that offers a unique opportunity for a high energy individual with
vision and creativity to develop cutting edge curriculum that integrates classroom and field
experiences for students. Teachers use the outdoors as an instructional vehicle that leads students
to high school completion while also fostering good character and environmental awareness.
Teachers also plan and facilitate residential “spikes”, camping trips that combine fun, education,
community, conservation work, and teambuilding. We want a social studies teacher that can help
students explore the intersections of Race/Class/Gender and Nature, help prepare students to be
active participants in democracy and foster a sense of purpose and belonging that extends from
our classrooms into the local community and beyond.