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organization:211info
position summary:

211info is hiring a full-time Maternal and Child Health Coordinator to improve outcomes for women, children and families in Oregon. The position involves answering clients’ phone calls and offering referrals to maternal and child health services, parenting resources, reproductive health, immunizations and related programs. The Maternal and Child Health Coordinator represents 211info on external committees, conducts trainings, assists with program reports and maintains program-related resource records in the 211info database.

Salary / Pay Rate:DOE
Apply by:October 31, 2014

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organization:CODA, Inc.
position summary:

We currently have multiple opportunities as an Alcohol and Drug Service Technician (on-call) to work a variety of shifts to join our men's and women's residential treatment team in Gresham and Tigard to provide a safe, secure, clean, and comfortable residential treatment environment. This is a great position to build a strong foundation of clinical knowledge and learn more about CODA's programs and services.

In this position, you would fulfill the following essential functions:

•Monitor the health conditions and whereabouts of clients as well as their behaviors and activities, reporting and/or documenting concerns and medical needs.
•Perform security procedures such as conducting and documenting searches of patient rooms, patient property, and personal possessions. Perform safety and security checks of the grounds regularly. Ensure contraband and disallowed items are not present in the facility.
•Assist client with self-administration of medications per protocols.
•Administer and observe client urinalysis (UA); document results.

The benefits for this position include flexible working hours and the ability to apply for career advancement opportunities as internal applicants. Employees have the opportunity to obtain valuable trainings and experience.

All CODA facilities are drug-free and smoke-free worksites. Employees may not be serving any supervised parole or probation. Individuals recovering from a substance -- use disorder must be able to provide documentation of continued abstinence under independent living conditions or recovery housing for the past two years.

CODA is an equal opportunity employer with a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture.

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.

https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=595

For additional information on CODA, our services, and our community, please visit http://www.codainc.org

Salary / Pay Rate:DOE

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organization:Lutheran Community Services NW
position summary:

Lutheran Community Services Northwest (LCSNW), Portland Office, is currently seeking a part time 20 hours/week Karen/English Speaking Specialist for Educational Support Services. This individual will be responsible for SAFRN’s direct contact with refugee families, case managers of resettlement agencies, public schools in the Tricounty area, and other programs to provide support services leading to student school success. The essential functions of this position are:
• Maintain ongoing communication with SAFRN program manager relating to performance of program activities
• Accept referrals from partner agencies for SAFRN services, with priority given to Specialist’s language(s) capability
• Accept referrals of clients from other language groups when required by program manager to ensure caseload alignment with program’s FTE allocation
• Maintain regular communication with case managers for information on new arrivals with school aged children and youth
• Disseminate information to school contacts on program activities
• Conduct outreach to schools in the Tricounty area on program services for refugee newcomers
• Contact parents of newly arrived children and youth to disseminate information on program services
• Provide interpretation at parent-teacher meetings & program activities (school events when requested)
• Provide first-day-of-school orientation to students enrolled in SAFRN including using school and public transportation and assisting in school registration activities
• Provide parent orientations on US regular public school system
• Regular tracking of student performance and parent – school engagement activities
• Refer students to homework clubs & appropriate afterschool programs
• Maintain updated case notes and files of students
• Transport clients and deliver project services

Salary / Pay Rate:$13.50-$13.75/hr
Apply by:November 1, 2014

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organization:Catholic Community Services
position summary:

Catholic Community Services is looking for creative and flexible therapists to join our Portland team. Therapists provide therapeutic interventions to children, youth and families in their homes and other community locations. Includes crisis intervention and extended stabilization as well as long-term, team-based services. Emphasis is on partnering actively with families, natural supports and other community service providers to promote safe, stable and healthy families. Position requires 24/7 on call availability.
Full-time position with benefits. Position open until filled. For full job description and application, please go to www.ccsww.org (click on “Employment” and search for position in the “Southwest region”) or apply in person at 1904 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97202.
Please submit an application, resume, and cover letter.
Resumes not accepted in lieu of application.

CCSWW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER VALUING DIVERSITY.

Salary / Pay Rate:Salary $45,000 - $49,000 depending on experience.

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organization:CODA, Inc.
position summary:

CODA is currently looking for a relief Outpatient Services Aide (on-call) to join our team in Portland.

In this position, you would fulfill the following essential functions:

•Monitor and maintain the general area in and around behavioral health clinic, observing and directing patient flow.
•Perform urine toxicology specimen retrieval and schedule patient UA's.
•Care for infants and children to facilitate parental treatment.
•Assist visitors.
•Inspect and maintain patient areas.
•Input information from external sources into patient electronic medical records.
•Assist with patient-run community meetings.

The benefits for this position include the ability to apply for career advancement opportunities as internal applicants and 401(k). Employees have the opportunity to obtain valuable trainings and experience, including direct client contact hours.

All CODA facilities are drug-free and smoke-free worksites. Employees may not be serving any supervised parole or probation. Individuals in recovery from substance use disorders must be able to demonstrate continuous abstinence under independent living conditions for the past two years.

CODA is an equal opportunity employer with a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture.

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.

https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=561

For additional information on CODA, our services, and our community, please visit http://www.codainc.org

Salary / Pay Rate:DOE

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organization:Portland Habilitation Center NW
position summary:

Janitorial Supervisor Trainee- #BM25
Portland, Oregon (Portland Metro Area)

PHC has an immediate opening for a Janitorial Supervisor Trainee. This is a great entry level opportunity for an energetic/motivated professional who’s interested in career growth and a management role. The position is a full time position, 40 hours a week, however there is a possibility of slightly more or less hours, depending on special circumstances. The work shifts will vary according to the departmental needs. A Trainee could work day, swing, or graveyard shifts. PHC’s Janitorial operations center is located at 5312 NE 148th Ave, Portland, OR 97230. PHC has janitorial contracts all across the Portland Metro area.

The Trainee would be assigned to several different Project Managers and would be traveling to different buildings to complete the assigned responsibilities. This position will require the Trainee to use her/his personal vehicle to travel to various sites in the Portland Metro area (Hillsboro, Portland, Vancouver, Gresham). Mileage reimbursement (45cents per mile) is given for all driving during shift hours.

The Janitorial Supervisor Trainee is responsible for knowing and understanding the contract requirements, all applicable PHC policies, procedures, work rules, applicable collective bargaining agreements, and PHC safety policies/regulations. A successful Trainee would be expected to eventually step into a Janitorial Supervisor role, when the opportunity presents itself.

Duties:
• Work with various Project Managers and Janitorial Supervisor to learn the Janitorial Supervisor role.
• Provide direct support and training for the janitorial staff.
• Maintain communication among customers, management, and support staff.
• Conduct site inspections to ensure quality standards are met.
• Complete reports and other paperwork as required.
• Attend relevant meetings.
• Respond to customer complaints and concerns.
• Develop and implement work schedules.
• Maintain supply levels at the worksite.
• Resolve worksite conflicts.
• Ensure that the Project Manager is keep informed at all times.
• Maintain strong safety program.
• Other job duties as assigned.

Compensation:
• Wage: DOE
• Benefits package: medical, dental, life insurance, retirement 403b , mileage reimbursement (45cents per mile), and paid vacation

How to apply:
To be considered for this opening, please submit a resume and a completed application to PHCNW. If you would like to download an application, you can access one from our website: http://www.phcnw.com, click on “CAREERS”. Applications are also available at our office. To submit your application, e-mail your materials to the address you will find on our website or fax to (503) 256-8665. Applications will also be accepted by mail: Please mail to 5312 NE 148th Avenue, Portland, OR 97230. When applying, please be sure to indicate Position # on your cover letter and application.

Salary / Pay Rate:Hourly DOE; w/ benefits
Apply by:October 27, 2014

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organization:Portland Habilitation Center NW
position summary:

Janitorial Supervisor Trainee- #BM25
Portland, Oregon (SW downtown Portland)

PHC has an immediate opening for a Janitorial Supervisor Trainee. This is a full time position. The work hours are Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm. The worksite is located in the SW downtown Portland area. The Janitorial Supervisor Trainee is responsible for knowing and understanding the contract requirements, all applicable PHC policies, procedures, work rules, applicable collective bargaining agreements, and PHC safety policies/regulations. A successful Trainee would be expected to eventually step into a Janitorial Supervisor role, when the opportunity presents itself.

Compensation:
• Wage: DOE
• Benefits package: medical, dental, life insurance, retirement 403b , mileage reimbursement (45cents per mile), and paid vacation

How to apply:
To be considered for this opening, please submit a resume and a completed application to PHCNW. If you would like to download an application, you can access one from our website: http://www.phcnw.com, click on “CAREERS”. Applications are also available at our office. To submit your application, e-mail your materials to the address you will find on our website or fax to (503) 256-8665. Applications will also be accepted by mail: Please mail to 5312 NE 148th Avenue, Portland, OR 97230. When applying, please be sure to indicate Position # on your cover letter and application.

Salary / Pay Rate:Hourly DOE
Apply by:October 27, 2014

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organization:211info
position summary:

211info is the “911” of health and human services, helping people in Oregon and Southwest Washington navigate health and human services systems. 211info provides information and referral via phone, assists in system alignment, coordinated entry and disaster response services.

The Chief Financial Officer oversees all aspects of 211info’s fiscal management and human resources, ensuring that the agency is positioned to serve its clients according to its mission, values and contractual obligations. The position is 20-25 hours a week. The ideal candidate will fit closely into 211info’s culture of professionalism, integrity, mission-focused leadership and ability to pivot in a change-oriented environment. Areas of responsibilities include but are not limited to financial management, working with the Board of Directors, and oversight of human resources.

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

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organization:Portland Community Media
position summary:

Portland Community Media – Job Description
Job Title: Youth Media Education Coordinator / Instructor
Reports to: Digital Inclusion Manager
Status: 32 or 40 hours (With Benefits)

Pay Range: $16 to $21 per hour.

About Portland Community Media At Portland Community Media we inspire people from all backgrounds to engage with existing and emerging technology for the purpose of promoting broad participation in our civic and cultural life. PCM provides the tools, training and transmission for the creation of local, noncommercial, community-based media.

Youth Media Education Coordinator The focus of the Youth Media Education Coordinator is to ensure excellence in basic media training and an outstanding learning experience for all of our students.

Essential Functions

Plans and organizes the Youth Media Education Program to provide quality technical training
Develops annual outreach program to promote the Youth Media Education and to increase attendance
Develops and maintain long-­‐‑term partnership with key organizations (especially for kids that are underserved or at risk)
Must be able to delicate 40% of the coordinator’s time to classroom instruction.

Education Duties and Responsibilities:

• Develop curricula and evaluation methods on an on-­‐‑going basis
• Collaborate with community youth organizations and groups
• Create reports and program evaluation
• Create outreach materials and coordination of activities addressed to targeted
students, educators, and community-­‐‑based organizations with the intention to
increase enrollment
• Coordinate effective distribution of media content created by our programs
• Ensure that on‑call instructors are oriented to PCM policies, procedures,
curricula and classroom management standards.
• Incorporate program activity and outreach options that are culturally competent
and address equity issues.

Administrative Duties and Responsibilities:

• Hire, train and supervise the overall performance of on-­‐‑call instructors
• Develop partnership with youth services agencies that fit our mission
• Develop and maintain program evaluation methods, data analysis and fulfill
reporting requirements
• Give recommendations and develop strategies on how to improve quality and
expansion of our programs and activities
• Develop work plans to meet organizational goals, vision and program objectives
• Ensure program activities and resources fall within budgetary limits
• Complete grant deliverables and reporting requirements on time
• Create outreach materials and plan events addressed to targeted student
populations, educators, and community-­based organizations
• Communicate with co-­‐‑workers, external partners and community members in a responsive and timely manner
• Other duties as assigned

Physical Requirements and work conditions:

Meets regular and punctual attendance standards and any special needs of the position as determined by management including overtime and performing related work
• Able to lifts and carries items weighing up to 50 pounds
• Able to lifts and carries items weighing over 50 pounds in a team setting
Qualifications:
• BS/BA degree or four years of equivalent, relevant experience in Media, Education or related field
• 1-­‐‑2 years experience in media production
• Experience teaching technical workshops; experience working with youth
• Exceptional classroom management skills including the ability to develop
curriculum and lesson plans
• Ability to communicate effectively across differences in age, class, religion and
ethnicity.
• Proficiency with small format video equipment, non-­‐‑linear editing and a clear
understanding of basic television production
• A passion for community media and a strong desire to teach and work with a
diverse population
• Knowledge of the mission, philosophy, and history of PCM
Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience in but not limited to data collection, evaluation and reporting
• Ability to create brochures, catalogs and other written material as needed
• Proficiency with InDesign, Photoshop or other graphic design software
• Bilingual English/Spanish

Salary / Pay Rate:Pay Range: $16 to $21 per hour.
Apply by:October 28, 2014

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organization:Impact NW
position summary:

Impact NW is a social service non-profit organization whose mission is to help people achieve and maintain self-sufficiency and to prevent and alleviate the effects of poverty. Impact NW is looking for passionate individuals that support our mission is to help people prosper through a community of support.

PROGRAM SUMMARY:
SUN stands for Schools Uniting Neighborhoods. SUN Community Schools are school-based delivery sites for a comprehensive set of services including educational, enrichment, recreational, social and health services. It is a school serving as a support hub, with schools and communities working together to support the success of children and families and provide a comprehensive array of services. They serve as the vehicle to link community organizations such as libraries, parks, social services, area churches and businesses with students and families.
JOB SUMMARY:
We have a current opportunity as an Extended Day Instructor (seasonal; hours vary) to teach fun, themed learning classes with links to reading, writing, math, science, and provide homework help to students after school at Buckman Elementary School located in SE Portland. Fun themed leering classes include Legorobotics, Spanish, Soccer, Superstructures, Gardening and Travelogue. Please apply online, and specify with subject area of most interest.
Wage: $10-$12/hour
Location: Buckman, 320 SE. 16th Portland OR 97214
1 -10 hours available per week

Applicants with the following criteria are encouraged to apply:
• Must be able to supervise 12-18 children ages 6-12 in a positive, caring manner.
• Must be able to communicate to colleagues, parents, children and supervisors.
• Must be able to complete and pass an Oregon Background check including fingerprinting prior to start date.
• Educational experience a huge plus.
• Experience working with school aged children and providing academic and recreational activities to students in after school environments
• Specific experience in particular areas of expertise (Legorobotics, Spanish, Soccer, Superstructures, Gardening and Travelogue)
• Desire and ability to work with children and ensure an enriching, positive, safe setting.
• Previous educational training is preferred
*If you are interested please attach a resume with a cover letter and please include class ideas and describe why you would be interested in teaching.*
HOW TO APPLY:

Impact NW is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from diverse candidates and candidates who support diversity.

To learn more about this position and apply online, please visit the website at: https://www.infinityhr.com/extranet/recruiting.aspx?id=4DCAC496-2522-4379-99B3-B43ACC0AAD77&src=CNRG&rqid=C21E5D03-BCD4-4FF5-9477-DBADE3467FE1

To learn more about the different program and services Impact NW offers, please visit the website at: www.impactnw.org

Salary / Pay Rate:$10-$12/hour