Maineboy, If you do all the things that Umpqua suggested, don't bother looking for a job, you won't have time ! Good luck on your move.I'm an Oregon boy...lots to do here.
Chinook fishing is nearly as much fun as hunting! We love fishing them in the fall in the bays on the coast. Hiring a reputable guide for a day or two can accelerate your learning curve.
Razor clams at low tide on the beaches south of the Columbia river. There are also lots of good bay clam opportunities.
Bowhunting elk is probably your best elk hunting option in Oregon.
Blacktails are best hunted during the rut (mid to late November) on the late archery tags (over the counter), or the late muzzleloader tags (draw).
Crabbing for dungeness crabs. There is nothing better than having an ice chest full of boiled crabs and eating crab every day for a week.
Albacore tuna fishing at the coast (typically around August).
Halibut fishing at the coast.
Walleye fishing on the Columbia River.
Smallmouth bass fishing on the John Day and Umpqua Rivers.
Your best hunting opportunities are on draw hunts, make sure you at least buy points every year for elk, deer and antelope. You can apply for bighorn sheep, mountain goat, antelope, buck deer, spring bear, elk, and doe deer.
Winter and summer stealhead fishing.
Picking blackberries in the fall. They are weeds here and grow everywhere.
Picking morel mushrooms in the spring and chanterelle mushrooms in the fall.
Rockcod fishing at the coast.
Catfishing and crappie fishing at Brownlee Reservoir.
Largemouth bass fishing in numerous lakes.
Trout fishing at Diamond Lake. Easy and it produces football shaped fish.
Skiing or snow boarding at numerous locations.
Sturgeon fishing in the Columbia River.
Shad fishing on the Umpqua river in May.