Deadline for Applicants – April 10, 2020
Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) cares for and maintains more than 11,000 acres of lands and offers thousands of programs for all ages at its community centers, swimming pools, and other recreation facilities. It is a premier City of Portland Bureau that depends on a workforce of 627 permanent employees, 2,948 part-time and seasonal employees, and over 6,000 volunteers. The Portland Parks Board provides support, advocacy and guidance for the overall parks system.
The Portland Parks & Recreation Board will have up to six vacancies to fill on July 1, 2020. If you are interested in applying for one of the vacant positions, please complete the application form. Applications will be accepted through April 10, 2020. Interviews and candidate selection will occur in April and May 2020.
Purpose and Role of the Portland Parks & Recreation Board
The essential purpose of the Portland Parks Board is to advocate for the well-being of, and equitable access to, Portland Parks & Recreation services. This advisory board utilizes the recommendations of the Parks 2020 Vision and other PP&R strategic initiatives adopted by City Council at the forefront of discussions; ensuring that parks, natural areas, open spaces and recreation facilities are advanced throughout the city; providing continuity when transitions occur in the leadership of PP&R and City Council; and providing a forum for public discussion and advising on park issues, bringing a city-wide and long-term perspective to neighborhood-based issues.
Additional details about the position can be found: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/parks/article/678180