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Working at Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District:
What we do
We harness the diverse experience of our staff and partners to help Washington County communities solve natural resource problems. We collaborate with individuals and organizations to protect and restore the soil, water, and habitat of the Tualatin River watershed. We apply time-tested strategies and innovative practices to find tailored solutions to a variety of natural resource challenges. To see examples of our work in action, explore these Project Highlights!
We are a small but growing team of pragmatic visionaries who strive to empower our neighbors to join the effort to achieve a healthy environment and thriving local economy. We enjoy bringing our passion and skill to work, and collaborating for the good of local ecosystems.
We live our values of honesty, transparency, fairness, and collaboration at home and in the workplace. Tualatin SWCD is an equal opportunity employer that embraces diversity in all forms and is committed to an inclusive, respectful environment for all. It is our policy to ensure that all individuals are treated equally without regard to race, color, religion, medical condition, disability (physical or mental), gender identity, sexual orientation, age, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
Our leadership is committed to supporting lifelong learning and individual growth. We believe building on and strengthening our technical and interpersonal skills is necessary to fulfill our mission of creating healthy, livable communities.
All staff have access to individualized professional development resources and training. We offer competitive pay, medical benefits, and self-managed time off.