The Oregon Trawl Commission is seeking a proven innovative and hard-working leader to serve as Director.
The OTC is dedicated to improving the economic conditions of Oregon’s commercial trawl fishery (pink shrimp and groundfish). At the direction of an 8-member volunteer board, the Director and half-time office manager work on industry relations, planning, marketing/communications, administrative, and fiscal matters per state and federal laws. Requires routine travel. Excellent benefit package includes state retirement, health care, paid vacation, sick leave and state holidays. For complete job description go to ortrawl.org and click on Director Recruitment.
Send application materials (three-page resume, three professional references, and one-page cover letter explaining why you want to be the OTC Director and how you are qualified to work with the OTC) to two locations:
OTC Director Search
Oregon Dept. of Agriculture Commodity Commission Program
1207 NW Naito Parkway, Ste. 104
Portland, OR 97209
Oregon Trawl Commission Office
16289 Highway 101 S., Suite C
Brookings, OR 97415
Complete applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. Feb. 9, 2018. No fax or e-mail applications accepted.
An Oregon state government agency, the Oregon Trawl Commission (OTC) operates under the umbrella mandate of the Oregon Department of Agriculture Commodity Commissions Program
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