Where Neighborhood Coordinators are needed: Beaverton, Cedar Mill / Cedar Hills, Hillsboro, Milwaukie, Oregon City, Salem, Vancouver (Central, NE, and SE neighborhoods), and Wilsonville.
When: Friends of Trees is currently recruiting Neighborhood Coordinators who live within the communities listed above!
Typically, this role is needed the few months leading up to a neighborhood planting as well as providing support on the day of the planting event. The precise timing and time commitment is flexible, FOT can often work around your availability. Neighborhood planting events happen Oct-April.
How to sign-up: If you’re interested in this role or have questions, please contact us: [email protected] Tell us you’re interested in the Neighborhood Coordinator role + where you live. You’ll be connected with the staff member responsible for your neighborhood, and they’ll coordinate a time with you to tell you more about the role, listen to your interests, and tell you more about the help we need.
More About this Role:
Neighborhood Coordinators (NCs) are a special role for those who love to work behind-the-scenes. If you’re looking to connect with your neighbors and make a lasting impact in your neighborhood, the Neighborhood Coordinator might be the perfect fit for you!
Neighborhood Coordinators are absolutely critical to the mission and success of Friends of Trees. Each NC works closely with a staff member to help answer questions from tree purchasers, create outreach strategies, and organize the annual neighborhood planting day. The most important piece of the equation is the willingness to communicate with your neighbors, get excited about having more trees in your neighborhoods — and, of course, have fun doing it!