OARS is hiring a Director of Development and Community Engagement

Exciting opportunity to join our team in a dynamic environmental nonprofit

About OARS:
OARS is the nonprofit watershed organization for the Sudbury, Assabet and Concord Rivers in MetroWest/Central Massachusetts. OARS uses research, advocacy, and education to ensure that these beautiful rivers will continue to provide clean and abundant water, exceptional recreational opportunities, and rich wildlife habitat for the benefit of all our communities—all within a short drive of Boston, Lowell, and Worcester. For 35 years OARS has had a major impact on cleaning up our rivers and building climate resiliency.

OARS is seeking a motivated, collaborative and organized professional for the position of Director of Development and Community Engagement. This position is responsible for leading fundraising to meet OARS' financial needs, achieve our mission, and maximize our impact in the community, paired with communication and events to make OARS a highly visible and respected organization.

Assabet, Sudbury and Concord River watershed upgraded to Mild Drought

Nov 14, 2022: Because of recent significant rainfall, Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Bethany Card announced that "many of the Commonwealth’s water systems are starting to rebound from long term drought. While this is largely good news, portions of the state, such as the Merrimack River, Parker, and Ipswich River basins and the Islands Region, continue to lag behind, so we ask that everyone continue to practice household water conservation as we move into the winter season.”

The Northeast (our watershed) has been upgraded to Level 1-Mild Drought.

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