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Open Positions

Administrative Assistant

The Powder Basin Watershed Council (PBWC) is a growing 501(c)3 organization seeking additional administrative support to accomplish our expanding objectives in natural resources management. We are recruiting a part-time (20 hours/week) Administrative Assistant who will work closely with the PBWC Executive Director, enthusiastic staff, and knowledgeable Board of Directors to design, oversee and implement systems to ensure effective management of finances, payroll, office operations and outreach activities. This position will be integral to the smooth operation of the organization, and we are seeking an individual who will thrive in a fast paced, entrepreneurial environment. We are initially offering this position as a part-time opportunity. However, a highly motivated individual with skills matching our expanding organizational needs could see the position increased to a full-time opportunity within 12-18 months of employment.


This is a permanent, part-time (20 hours/week), non-exempt (hourly) position. The salary ranges from $20-25/ hour depending on experience. Benefits include a healthcare stipend of $300/month and a Simple IRA retirement benefit with up to a 3% employer match contribution. To apply: Email a single PDF file (titled with your last name) to Tim Bailey at with:

• A Cover Letter highlighting your relevant experience, no longer than 1.5 page/s,

• Your Resume, and

• Contact information for 3 references (one reference needs to be a recent supervisor).  


The position is open until filled. Interview process: Candidates will be interviewed via Zoom Meeting. There will be a writing assignment at the end of the oral interview so candidates will need access to email.


For more information, or if you have questions, please contact Tim Bailey at (541) 523-7288 or 


*Please see the link below for a PDF copy of the complete position description which details job duties, minimum qualifications, and benefit information!*



Interested in volunteering? Please contact our Watershed Restoration Coordinator, Madison O'Bryant (


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