Volunteer Opportunities

Board of Commissioners' Audit Committee

We are welcoming volunteers to apply for one open seat on the Audit Committee of the Board of Commissioners of Multnomah County. Potential Committee members should be community members with an interest in County financial practices. Knowledge of audit, financial statements, and/or financial management is desired but not required.

Please follow the link to submit your interest and application here. Apply by 11:59 p.m. on March 15, 2024.

Auditor's Community Advisory Committee

Currently, there are no open seats on the Auditor's Community Advisory Committee provides guidance to the Auditor on the audit schedule, community engagement practices, and integrating diversity, equity, and inclusion practices into audits.

Salary Commission

Currently, there are no open seats on the Salary Commission

Internship Opportunities

The Multnomah County Auditor’s Office has opportunities for students seeking to fulfill college internship requirements. We have a range of possible projects, including working on already planned projects and may have some flexibility to tailor projects to match interests or provide opportunities to develop specific skills.

There are two available College to County internships:

The Auditor’s Office’s Ombudsperson Community Engagement Intern will work under the direction of the County Ombudsperson throughout their experience. The intern will develop research, community engagement, and communications skills while working closely with the Auditor and her staff. In addition to learning about the Ombudsperson’s role, the intern will have the opportunity to learn about government program evaluation and other government career paths as they form contacts with staff across the county. Please follow the link to submit your interest and application here. Apply by 11:59 p.m. on March 25, 2024.

The Auditor’s Office’s Communications and Engagement Intern will work under the direction of the Constituent Relations & DEI Engagement Specialist throughout their experience. The intern will develop research, event planning, community engagement, and communications skills while working closely with the Auditor and her staff. In addition to learning about communications and engagement work, the intern will have the opportunity to learn about government program evaluation and other government career paths as they form contacts with staff across the county. Please follow the link to submit your interest and application here. Apply by 11:59 p.m. on March 25, 2024.