Oregon Frontier Chamber of Commerce seeks Programs Manager

CONDON, OR – The Oregon Frontier Chamber of Commerce (OFCC), formerly known as Condon Chamber, announces its search for a dynamic Programs Manager to join its team. Dedicated to serving 11 communities across Oregon's frontier counties of Gilliam, Wheeler, and Sherman, OFCC is not your typical chamber. It operates as a multifaceted organization prioritizing its members while actively contributing to the economic growth and vitality of the region through various grant programs and community initiatives.

The past few years have seen significant growth and opportunities for the OFCC and for the frontier communities that it supports. Executive Director Shania Drinkwine-Wagenaar joined the OFCC in February 2024. Now, as part of its ongoing efforts, the chamber seeks a Programs Manager to spearhead day-to-day operations, drive program development, and foster community engagement.

The Programs Manager will play a pivotal role in overseeing operational workflows, managing existing programs, and developing innovative initiatives. Collaborating closely with the Executive Director, this individual will champion stakeholder engagement, support membership growth, and enhance the overall efficiency of OFCC's operations. The Programs Manager will also manage workflow, facilitate meetings, and promote membership sales. In addition, they will lead program initiatives, coordinate events, and oversee communications.

The ideal candidate will possess exceptional interpersonal skills, strong project management abilities, and a passion for community development.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume outlining their qualifications to careers@oregonfrontierchamber.com. Applications will be reviewed beginning April 30th and will remain open until filled.

For more information about the Oregon Frontier Chamber of Commerce and this exciting opportunity, visit http://www.oregonfrontierchamber.com.

Join us in shaping the future of Oregon's frontier communities.


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