The Oregon South Coast Regional Tourism Network is hiring a Regional Coordinator.
Apply now for the position of Network Manager of the Oregon South Coast Regional Tourism Network
The Oregon South Coast Tourism Network is looking for a smart, spirited, and capable Network Manager. Click here to learn more about the network and see below for a detailed job description for the Network Manager.
A Network Manager’s primary job is to help build a cohesive, resilient network that supports the mission of the Oregon South Coast Tourism Network as outlined in the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The role of a Network Manager is not to run an organization. Instead, the role is designed to help the network convene, connect, communicate, coordinate, and collaborate around its shared purpose. A primary goal is to continually cultivate trust amongst its members.
To apply, send a resume and cover letter in PDF format to Southcoastnetworkmanager@gmail.com by February 23rd at midnight PT. The subject line of your email should read “Application for Network Manager position”. We will then follow up by March 16th with information about the first round of interviews. Your cover letter should respond to these three questions:
Applications are now being accepted until February 23rd, 2018
CLICK HERE FOR DESCRIPTION and APPLICATION INFORMATION
Members of the South Coast Tourism Marketing Action Team met at the Wild Rivers Coast Alliance on Monday afternoon, July 10.
Members in attendance were Marie Simonds, Michael C, Tim Scahill, Marcie Nunnelly, with Sea Grant interns Catie Michel and Dustin James. Members to participate in the discussion over the phone were Fiona B, Julie M, Alexa, Andrew, and Kelda of Travel Oregon.
Julie Miller of the Bandon Chamber of Commerce provided a subcommittee report that expressed initiative to apply for a small grant to hire an individual to organize and update OTIS data and files. The goal is to establish an efficient, long term system to maintain management of the ORB/OTIS data.
Marcie Nunnelly of the photography subcommittee provided information about a Survey Monkey that was filled out by the 9 DMOs of the South Coast (including Florence). The results of the survey highlighted the DMOs need to have more professional media assets at their disposal, the desire for collaboration to market the region as a whole, and a training component to educate on how to access these assets. Sea Grant intern Dustin James provided an update on the current Wild Rivers Coast Photo Project which is expected to be completed by end of August. Members of the committee expressed a need for a similar photo project to take place in the northern portion of the South Coast.
Lastly, Marketing Action Team lead Marie Simonds discussed the small grant application for a Local DMO Collaboration and Capacity Development project. This grant would be used to conduct a survey of DMOs in Wildlife Rivers Coast and South Coast Regions to assess current staffing, desired training, desired use of new photo and video assets, marketing goals, as well as the use of OCVA and Travel Oregon resources. Creation of a promotional video showcasing cycling and mountain biking routes in the South Coast is also in the works.
To get more information about the Orb visit: http://industry.traveloregon.com/industry-resources/the-orb/
On June 30th, the South Coast Steering Committee for Outdoor Recreation met at the Wild Rivers Coast Alliance building to discuss the South Coast’s extensive trail system. The purpose of the meeting was to update the Regional Trails Plan in order to explore proposals to develop and expand existing trails.
OSU Extension/Sea Grant’s Frank Burris facilitated the meeting while other members were from a variety of outdoor recreation-based organizations from the South Coast. After going through the list of 48 trails, individuals ranked each trail based on five criteria: 1) the trails contribution to the outdoor recreation-based economy, 2) its environmental impact, 3) the need for maintenance, 4) the trail’s infrastructure, 5) and the support it provides to the local community. The results are being compiled and will be reported as an addition of the Regional Trails Plan to help guide grant and development work in the future. The network of community stakeholders is currently discussing and planning applications for multiple grants to support trail and outdoor recreation development in the region.