We’re hiring an Oregon Land Justice Coordinator

Oregon's Tom McCall

Job announcement!

Come work with us! We are looking for a passionate, organized and people-oriented individual to join our team as the Oregon Land Justice Coordinator to support the delivery of an impactful curriculum to a community of over 60 participants from dozens of non-profit land trusts.

The Oregon Land Justice Coordinator will support an experienced facilitator team in developing curriculum, creating agendas and delivering programming. This position manages multiple tasks at once, including agenda-setting, organizing guest speakers, compiling reading materials and creating space for peer-learning.

The position will support regular outreach to land trust staff and board members and will organize and support Indigenous faculty participation. The coordinator will be responsible for the logistics of several in-person gatherings that require travel to different locations in Oregon in 2022.

We will begin reviewing applications on November 30. Please share this job announcement with your friends and colleagues. For further inquiries and to submit your application, please email us at

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About the Oregon Land Justice Project

The ultimate goal of the Oregon Land Justice Project is to expand Indigenous access, ownership, and stewardship of land. To achieve this goal, land trusts in Oregon are committing time, energy, and resources into a Learning Journey which seeks to transform knowledge, thinking, and action to ultimately repair relationships, grant legal access, and share and repatriate land to Northwest Indigenous communities. Learn more.

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Kelsey Kuhnhausen

Kelsey Kuhnhausen

Kelsey is COLT's Communications Manager.

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