Explore Tualatin Valley is seeking a proactive, innovative, results-oriented professional to serve as the new Chief Marketing Officer.

Visitors to Washington County include business, leisure, and group travelers, meetings, sports and event planners, and tour operators, among others. As a DMO, Explore Tualatin Valley is charged with reaching these audiences via marketing outreach, which includes advertising, public relations, online marketing, and social media, tourism research and other activities, as well as stakeholder and tourism development, group tour and tourism sales, sports sales, and more.

The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) has the primary responsibility of proactively devising and executing a comprehensive marketing, branding, and communication strategy aimed at enhancing awareness and driving demand for overnight and day visitation to Washington County, Oregon. Operating under the guidance of the President & CEO, the CMO assumes leadership of the marketing and communications team, holding a pivotal role as the organization’s second-in-command.

The CMO oversees marketing initiatives for Explore Tualatin Valley which will include Washington County’s Westside Commons, encompassing the Wingspan Event Center and Fairgrounds. With the task of refining and enriching a consistent Explore Tualatin Valley Brand, the CMO strives to elevate awareness of the Tualatin Valley destination across local, regional, national, and international platforms.

If interested in learning more about this great opportunity, please view the full position overview below or use the link to apply. 

Reference #3852

Location: Beaverton, OR

Contact: Nicole Newman, Vice President, info@searchwideglobal.com

Position Overview

About Explore Tualatin Valley

Explore Tualatin Valley is a non-profit destination marketing and destination development organization (DMO) which markets Washington County, Oregon, as a tourism destination. Part of the Explore Tualatin Valley’s role is to identify and market to out-of-area-visitors, with the mission to increase overnight visitation in Washington County.