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organization:Ethos Music Center
position summary:

Ethos, Inc. seeks self-motivated Development Intern to assist with the organization’s fundraising efforts. The intern will be helping behind the scenes to solicit, cultivate, and acknowledge donors. This position offers real world, hands-on experience with donor management software, donor relations, prospect research, reporting and event planning.

Responsibilities include:
• Entering data into Ethos’ donor database in Greater Giving.
• Logging donations, generating and sending donor acknowledgements and assisting with other donor appreciation efforts.
• Conducting prospect research on individual, foundation, and corporate donors.
• Preparing reports and presentations for internal and external use.
• Drafting correspondence, reports, proposals and donor appeals.
• Assisting the development staff in planning donor events and other activities.
• Maintaining donor files and other development materials.
• Assisting with updating and correcting database records.
• Attending department and staff meetings.
• Assisting with mailings, filing, and special projects as needed.
• Assisting staff with grant application writing and tracking.
• Assisting with Ethos’ annual fundraising gala.

Salary / Pay Rate:Unpaid
Apply by:August 13, 2014

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organization:National Indian Child Welfare Association
position summary:

The HR intern will help with all aspects of HR work. The intern will assist the HR supervisor with various tasks related to:
• Recruitment and onboarding, including reviewing applicant materials, scheduling interviews, and designing customized onboarding plans;
• Staff training and development initiatives, including contributing to development of NICWA’s supervision curriculum and the design of leadership-building activities for NICWA supervisors;
• Coordination of staff events and employee recognition;
• Best practices research and corresponding updates to NICWA’s policies, procedures, and manuals;
• Employee benefits administration, including researching and drafting a request for proposals for HR benefits administration services;
• Personnel file maintenance, including updating personnel forms and streamlining form processing.

The HR intern will also have the opportunity to work on important, high-impact projects, including development of a comprehensive employee intranet site and corresponding human resources information system, and streamlining NICWA’s performance management system.

The HR intern will learn HR best practices, critical aspects of employment law and compliance, and the interrelationship of HR and finance. In addition to assisting with a wide variety of administrative projects, the HR intern will be involved in NICWA’s day-to-day operations, through involvement in staff and department meetings.

Salary / Pay Rate:Unpaid / Academic Credit

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organization:National Indian Child Welfare Association
position summary:

The member relations intern will help with all aspects of member relations work. The intern will assist the member relations manager with various tasks, including:
• Collecting data for appeals, identifying appropriate organization contacts, developing mailing lists, and maintaining records in NICWA’s Access database and in Raiser’s Edge;
• Tracking member records, sending letters, processing new and renewing members, communicating with and assisting members;
• Researching and communicating with potential members, including organizing membership recruitment “asks” and exhibitions;
• Compiling a directory of up-to-date contact information for tribal social services and Indian child welfare workers, including researching tribal agencies, initiating contact, and organizing data records;
• Coordinating with executive department staff to develop membership services and expand outreach.

The member relations intern, assisting the member relations manager, has the opportunity to work with tribal and urban Indian leaders and Native communities across the country. Part of the member relations manager’s job is to oversee NICWA’s membership services program and act as the contact person for members. The member relations intern will assist primarily with member recruitment and acquisition, and support membership services activities as assigned.

Salary / Pay Rate:Unpaid / Academic Credit

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organization:National Indian Child Welfare Association
position summary:

The project support for the National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA) is responsible for handling administrative and logistical details of NICWA’s work activities. The following specific responsibilities must be carried out:

• Ensures that the information and training department, HR, and other projects receive a high level of administrative support
• Assists director of operations with external vendor relationships
• Ensures that all assigned front desk administrative work is completed in an accurate, professional, and timely manner by exhibiting competent, responsive, and professional contact with walk-in visitors and telephone callers

Salary / Pay Rate:Starting salary: $31,000 to $38,499 DOE, excellent benefit package
Apply by:August 6, 2014

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organization:National Indian Child Welfare Association
position summary:

The fiscal assistant for the National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA) is responsible for providing sound fiscal, logistical, and administrative support of NICWA’s work activities, including financial, grant/contract, and travel activities. The following specific responsibilities must be carried out:

• Helps to ensure that financial transactions are performed according to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, OMB Circular A-122, OMB Circular A-133, and NICWA fiscal policies, keeping all financial and personnel transactions confidential
• Ensures that travel logistics for staff, consultants, board of directors, and others representing NICWA are arranged in a professional and timely manner

Salary / Pay Rate:Starting Salary: $15,500 to $19,250 DOE (0.5 FTE), excellent benefit package
Apply by:August 4, 2014

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organization:Portland Habilitation Center NW
position summary:

PHC is seeking a Safety Specialist with excellent interpersonal skills and at least three years of practical experience. The Safety Specialist will be responsible for developing, implementing, and administering safety, health, and environmental protection programs for the employees in PHC’s various industries. The Specialist will also conduct comprehensive facility safety inspections, provide safety trainings to various audiences, and investigate work-related injuries and accidents, including substance abuse violations.

Compensation:
Salary:DOE
Benefits package: medical, dental, life insurance, retirement, paid vacation, mileage reimbursement, & tuition reimbursement

How to apply:
To be considered for this opening, please submit a resume and a completed application to PHCNW. You can download PHC’s application from our website: http://www.phcnw.com, click on 'CAREERS'. Applications are also available at our office. Once you’ve completed your application and resume you can submit it by:
• E-mail to apps@phcnw.com
• Fax to (503) 256-8665
• Mail to 5312 NE 148th Avenue, Portland, OR 97230.
When applying, please be sure to indicate Position # on your cover letter and application. You can find the position number on the job description located on the CAREERS page of our website. Keep in mind that you have to submit a new application for each job you’re interested in.

Salary / Pay Rate:DOE
Apply by:August 13, 2014

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organization:Friends of the Children
position summary:

Administrative Assistant, Development and Marketing

Make A Difference In Your Community! Come Join Us!

Friends of the Children – Portland, a nationally recognized, dynamic non-profit mentoring organization serving high-risk children in our community, has an opening for an Administrative Assistant supporting our fundraising team.

Apply At:
http://ht-jobs.net/D9YS94P

Salary / Pay Rate:DOE

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organization:Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI)
position summary:

If you are looking to use your web development skills to further a cause you can believe in, while creating a balance between your professional and personal life, OMRI’s Website Developer position might be a great fit.

OMRI places a strong emphasis on fostering a positive and flexible working environment. We believe that life-work balance and open, positive communication are essential for the success and happiness of our staff, for the success of OMRI’s mission, and for the sustainability of our organization.

OMRI is seeking a Website Developer to develop and maintain OMRI’s website. Reporting to the IT Manager, the Website Developer will help ensure that OMRI’s material and product data is accessible and searchable via OMRI’s website, and suppliers, subscribers, certifiers and other visitors can easily find applications and information on OMRI.org.

The ideal candidate will have proven successful experience with a CMS such as Drupal; frameworks such as ASP.Net or AngularJS or similar; Javascript and PHP; relational databases such as MySQL or MS SQL Server; version control systems such as Git; and Linux. We are most interested in a Website Developer who can see the big picture and learn new skills quickly.

About OMRI

The Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) is a leading nonprofit organization working to strengthen the organic industry. OMRI operates an internationally recognized evaluation program that reviews and lists inputs products for use in producing, processing and handling organic foods and fiber. OMRI Listed® products are deemed appropriate to be used in operations that are certified organic under the USDA National Organic Program or the Canadian Organic Standards.

Location: Eugene, Oregon (Learn more about the City of Eugene)

Major Responsibilities

• Develop and maintain OMRI’s website built in Drupal including client layout, framework and data bindings
• Manage Git version control
• Maintain OMRI’s website infrastructure, including creating and managing deployment and testing environments, coordinating with the network administrator for timely backups of the website, and managing relationships with hosting and domain name providers
• Update themes, blocks and other website elements as needed; create new sections of the website as needed
• Coordinate website projects and upgrades across departments, including establishing the scope of web improvement projects with other OMRI staff
• Provide assistance and educate responsible staff members about managing content, including uploading content
• Monitor emerging web technology, ensuring that OMRI’s web offerings use up-to-date, high productivity and flexible frameworks
• Coordinate with the IT Manager and other IT staff to create and manage the production of new internet-based products

Salary / Pay Rate:DOE

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organization:Portland Habilitation Center NW
position summary:

Portland Habilitation Center needs Janitorial Supervisors to direct work crews on federal, state, county and private service contracts during evening and overnight shifts. This is a full time position.

Position Duties:
•Supervise up to 25 employees working in up to 20 different buildings
•Be the primary point of contact with customers regarding quality of service
•Have the ability to function within and apply budget constraints, FTE’s, and supplies
•Carry a pager 24/7 (except prearranged situations, such as vacations)

Compensation:
Salary: $29,000-$31,000 DOE
Benefits package: healthcare, dental, life insurance, retirement, paid vacation, mileage reimbursement, & tuition reimbursement

Salary / Pay Rate:$29,000-$31,000 DOE
Apply by:August 25, 2014

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organization:Portland Habilitation Center NW
position summary:

PHC has an immediate opening for an Assistant Project Manager at the PDX International Airport. The successful candidate must be a positive team-player with an eye for attention to detail, efficiency and accuracy. This is a full time position. The Assistant Project Manager is responsible for knowing and understanding the contract requirements, all applicable PHC policies, procedures, work rules, applicable collective bargaining agreements and, PHC safety policies and regulations.

Duties:
• Provide direct support and training for Janitorial Supervisors.
• Maintain communications with customers, management, and staff support functions.
• Operate within allocated budget.
• Maintain appropriate staffing levels.
• Conduct site inspections to ensure quality standards are met.
• Complete reports and other paperwork as required.
• Attend assigned meetings.
• Maintain the 75% JWOD staffing requirements.
• Supervise or manage the responsibilities for special work groups.
• Respond to customer complaints and concerns.
• Maintain customer contact and relations.
• Develop and implement work schedules.
• Maintain supply levels at all assigned work sites.
• Resolve work site conflicts.
• Provide support to other Project Manager as required.
• Order supplies as needed.
• Attend business meetings as required.
• Other job duties as assigned.

Compensation:
•Salary: DOE
•Benefits package: healthcare, dental, paid vacation, retirement, life insurance, mileage reimbursement, and tuition reimbursement

Salary / Pay Rate:DOE
Apply by:August 25, 2014