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Job: Operations Coordinator – Northwest Trail Alliance

Posted by on February 25th, 2020 at 11:35 am

Job Title

Operations Coordinator

Company / Organization

Northwest Trail Alliance

Job Description

We are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity to join a rapidly growing organization that is responsible for mountain bike trail access and development in large parts of Oregon and Washington, and for over 20,000 hours of volunteerism annually. Founded in 1988 in Portland Oregon, the Northwest Trail Alliance (NWTA) is the largest mountain bike organization in Oregon and one of the largest in the US (see and

We are looking for a socially and digitally engaged individual to actively promote and coordinate NWTA’s activities. The successful Operations Coordinator (OC) candidate will predominantly fulfill two roles. The Digital Media Curation role will entail posting news and events via NWTA’s digital media (e.g.: website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Eventbrite and CRM mailings). The Event Coordination role will involve planning, coordination, and on-site logistics of the organization’s various trail maintenance and social events. The OC will be the main conduit for NWTA’s communications with its 2,500 members through all forms of media, and the communications liaison between event participants and event planners. Good writing and communications skills are essential.

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How to Apply

Send cover letters and resumes to
Candidate reviews will begin March 9th and position will remain open until filled. Please include examples of writing and experience promoting via social media. Links to websites, blogs, and online media are encouraged.

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