Policy & Events Intern
Pay: $15/ hour
Hours: Up to 15 hours/week
The Policy & Events Intern will provide logistical support for the Project Coordinator’s policy work and community building events across the state. Duties include coordinating logistics for large scale events and conducting online policy research.
Must be well organized and able to work well under time constraints.
Event coordinating experience is a plus.
Please tell us why you are interested in working in addiction recovery advocacy in you cover letter.
About Oregon Recovers
Oregon Recovers is an inclusive statewide coalition comprised of people in recovery–and their friends and family—uniting to transform Oregon healthcare to ensure world-class prevention, treatment, and recovery support services for Oregonians suffering from the disease of addiction.
Since launching a little over a year ago, Oregon Recovers has experienced numerous legislative and policy victories including the passing of HB 4137 and HB 4143, Governor Brown declaring addiction a public health crisis in the state of Oregon, and the adoption of our strategic framework by the Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission as the basis for their Strategic Plan to address the addiction crisis.
We most recently organized the Walk for Recovery, first benefit walk for addiction recovery in Oregon, in which we raised over $130,000 and had a turnout of over 800 participants.
Oregon Recovers is an equal opportunity employer. We’re also an organization that’s guided by people in recovery, who are also people of color, women, immigrants, queer people, and working-class people. We eagerly invite people in recovery, people of color, Native American and Indigenous people, immigrants, women, gender nonconforming people, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities, and other underrepresented and marginalized communities to apply for all open positions at Oregon Recovers.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to:
Please include Policy and Events Intern in the subject line.