1120 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR 97204
Aquatics, recreation, sports, arts, instruction, environmental education, park rangers, and more!
Applications are accepted year round and kept on file for 90 days. After 90 days you are welcome to apply again, as needs are always changing.
As a Youth Conservation Crew Leader, you will mentor and supervise 6 youth ages 14-19 from diverse backgrounds as they complete important work in our natural areas, build job and life skills, and earn a paycheck.
Portland Parks and Recreation is looking for team-oriented, enthusiastic and qualified staff to operate our 5 indoor swimming pools. This is a great opportunity to learn leadership skills and help others stay safe and enjoy being in the pool.
The Marketing and Design Intern will help market the Yard Tree Giveaway program, with a focus on reaching East Portland communities.
Camp Coordinators work as mentors to other staff and our teen volunteers, and they work closely with parents and families to make camp a safe, fun, and educational place!
Works as a member of a team to prepare for and deliver movies, concerts, Sunday Parkways events, and other special events as needed.
Seasonal Recreation Support Staff positions may organize, plan and lead a variety of youth activities including art, craft, music, performance, science, games and sports as well as support various community recreation and arts programs.
These are seasonal positions and vary in employment up to a maximum of 1,400 hours per calendar year. Positions will be filled throughout the year. Wages are $15.21 per hour, with some benefits.
Paper applications available in-person at the PP&R Mt. Tabor Maintenance Facility, 6437 SE Division Street, Portland, Oregon
The ideal candidate for the Tennis Professional Instructor would develop lesson plans and curricula based upon overall program objectives and guidelines.