Responsibilities include:

• Schedule, promote, create, and facilitate fair housing training sessions for tenants, social
service organizations, community groups, landlords, students, etc. in person and virtually/online throughout Oregon
• Attend key network meetings to engage with housing advocates, social service agencies,
housing providers, jurisdictional bodies, and provide technical assistance as needed
• Engage in community outreach about fair housing rights and responsibilities through
community events and small group outreach. Target audiences include social service
organizations, community groups, landlords, students, etc. throughout Oregon
• Attend and participate in staff, team, and committee meetings
• Promote traveling educational display on the history of discrimination and segregation in
• Enter data on activities to submit in reports to funders
• Participate in development of educational materials

Ideal Candidate Qualifications:

• At least three years of experience providing education/training with a high level of skill
• Ability to interact comfortably and respectfully with diverse groups and present difficult legal
concepts in a way that is easily accessible
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Experience working with civil rights and/or social services
• Excellent time management and scheduling skills
• Attention to detail
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Willing to work flexible hours as needed
• Have current driver’s license, car insurance, and regular access to a vehicle
• Computer literate (Microsoft Office Suite, Power Point, FileMaker Pro or similar data base
system, Zoom, and Outlook)
• English/Spanish bilingual/bicultural
• Understanding of Fair Housing Law
• Strong understanding of anti-racism and desire to be a part of a learning/growing culture
including having challenging conversations
• Desire to grow in position, learn more, and share what you learn

Salary and Benefits Information:

• Compensation: $22/hour, non-exempt employee
• no-cost medical, dental, and vision insurance benefits to employees, dependent
benefits available at employee’s cost
• Access to 401-K retirement plan
• Vacation:
o Years 0-5: 80 hours/year (80 hours can be carried over each year)
o Years 5+: 120 hours/year (80 hours can be carried over each year)
• Paid sick leave: 8.0 hours/month
• Paid parental leave: 160 hours paid after 1 year of employment
• Federal holidays paid, plus one personal holiday