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organization:DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital
position summary:

DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital is a certified teaching hospital that employs over 40 licensed medical professionals and specialists. In 2010, we harnessed the expertise of our staff and launched On The Floor @Dove (OTF) as an extension of our teaching mission. Since our launch, we have grown our user base of veterinary hospitals, schools, and individual users to include accounts from over 140 countries. Recently named one of the Top 15 Veterinary Websites by VMD Technology, OTF is a modern, high-quality, and ever growing website built for veterinarians, technicians, assistants, front office staff, and practice managers. OTF is quickly becoming the most innovative veterinary training resource and is the only training website where veterinary professionals can stream HD procedure videos filmed on real patients on the hospital floor…”scripted” and “boring” is not in our vocabulary!

We are seeking an experienced Communications Specialist with an entrepreneurial spirit to execute all of OTF’s social media and digital and print marketing activities with the goal of increasing user engagement and conversion. The ideal candidate must possess excellent writing skills, creativity, and skill in marketing strategy, execution, and analytics. You will be a “one-person marketing team” and thrive on the challenge of growing our already established brand presence. Prior veterinary experience is not required, but the passion for technology and to learn about the veterinary industry in-depth is essential.

Required Qualifications
• Experience or education equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree in marketing, communications, journalism, or other related field.
• Minimum of two years in public relations or marketing role with experience developing content and cultivating online communities for social media.
• Extensive knowledge of social media platforms (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, industry blogs, etc.).
• Experience creating and managing email marketing campaigns to promote products or services.
• Intermediate knowledge of SEO, content management systems, and html coding.

We are an equal opportunity employer dedicated to workforce diversity and a drug-free workplace. Pre-employment drug screen required.

To Apply
Visit our website at www.dovelewis.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/ to complete an online application and submit your resume and cover letter.

Why Work At DoveLewis
DoveLewis has an annual operating budget of over $10 million and employs over 100 dedicated staff members. We are proud to be recognized by the Portland Business Journal as one of the top 10 most admired nonprofits in Oregon. In addition to a competitive pay and benefits package, we offer a fast-paced, mission-centered work environment. Additional benefits include the ability to bring your canine companion to work, financial support of professional growth, discounts on veterinary care and monthly calling plans for two major phone carriers, and healthy commuter incentives.

Salary / Pay Rate:DOE

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organization:Hacienda CDC
position summary:

The Active Living and Education Coordinator will be responsible for facilitating after-school and summer soccer-based enrichment for youth in Hacienda’s Expresiones program. Additionally, he/she will empower adult residents and members of the community to care for and utilize the newly completed futsal court to encourage healthy, active living in a low-income neighborhood.

Salary / Pay Rate:This is a full-time AmeriCorps position. Benefits for serving in AmeriCorps full-time are: a living allowance of up to $12,100 over 11 months (before taxes), a $5,550 education award upon completion for future tuition or payment on qualified student loans (taxed), loan forbearance on qualified federal student loans, basic healthcare coverage and childcare assistance (if household income qualifies). Learn more about AmeriCorps by visiting

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organization:Friends of Outdoor School
position summary:

The Development and Marketing Assistant is responsible for all administrative aspects of marketing, development, and public relations activities for Friends of Outdoor School and Environmental Education Association of Oregon. Position offers up to 1600 hours a year with Friends of Outdoor School and up to 400 hours a year with Environmental Education Association of Oregon.

Salary / Pay Rate:$12-15/hour
Apply by:July 19, 2014

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organization:Classic Wines Auction
position summary:

The Classic Wines Auction is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to producing the Classic Wines Auction and related events which raise money for local charities benefiting children and families.

Position Overview: Classic Wines Auction (CWA) is looking for a dependable, personable and detailed-oriented individual to assist with general office tasks and special events. This is an opportunity for an individual to receive practical experience while learning more about the production and coordination of one of the largest charity wine auctions in the country and one of Oregon’s premiere events.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Administrative Support
• Answer phone/voicemail, take & timely route messages
• Copy/filing/scanning; process email, errands, receive deliveries
• Manage info@ email account
• Maintain contact database, update addresses and add new contacts
• Maintain website content (text photos, videos, forms)
• Schedule meetings for Executive Director
• Manage in-house volunteer projects
• Maintain Board materials
• Other duties as assigned

Auction/Event Support
• Process Auction donor forms
• Maintain inventory of auction and other essential items
• Prepare volunteer documents for Auction
• Manage procurement mailings
• Process event registrations
• Prepare and mail thank you letters and certificates
• Other duties as assigned

Other details:

This position is a full time (40 hours per week) salary position with occasional evening and weekend hours. We offer a collegial, casual and flexible work environment.

To apply: Please submit applications electronically (PDF preferred) to info@classicwinesauction.com by July 25th. No calls or other inquiries, please. Anticipated start date in August 2014. A completed application includes: a cover letter addressed to Heather Martin, Executive Director, and a resume.

Salary / Pay Rate:Commensurate with experience
Apply by:July 23, 2014

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organization:Portland Community College
position summary:

The Portland Community College Grants Office is currently recruiting for a one-year temporary Grants Officer through May 2015 with the potential to be extended beyond that time period. With four comprehensive campuses, six centers and over 89,000 students, PCC is the one of the largest community colleges in the country. Come join our dynamic Grants Office team and enjoy the great quality of life in Portland.

The Grants Officer serves as a lead team member in developing and writing grant proposals to foundations and government agencies in order to obtain funding for college activities, under the direction of the Grants Development Director. The position coordinates the work of department and division-wide grant writing teams, working with them to develop proposal ideas, establish grant writing timelines and assignments, and ensure that timelines are met. The Grants Officer researches internal and external data sources to obtain information for grant proposals, creates grant timelines and budgets, and drafts grant project activities. The Grants Officer researches new funding sources and disseminates information on funding opportunities to other College staff.

For questions, contact Vanessa Wood at 971-722-8392 or vanessa.wood@pcc.edu

Salary / Pay Rate:$46,940-$48,584 starting salary, based on experience
Apply by:July 30, 2014

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organization:Alberta Main Street
position summary:

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for the Alberta Street Fair!

Come help set up/tear down, work the beer garden, have fun in the kids corner, help with stage/music support, or be a general helper on hand!

The 17th Annual Alberta Street Fair is Saturday August 9th starting at 11:00am. Each shift is about 3 hours with shifts occurring at all times of the day.

Along with helping out the Alberta Street community you'll get lots of great perks including a free t-shirt, a beer ticket for the beer garden, and an invite to our annual volunteer appreciation party.

Sign up today!

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0f4eafa92ba57-alberta3

Learn more about the Alberta Main Street.

Salary / Pay Rate:volunteer
Apply by:August 4, 2014

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organization:Multnomah County, Department of County Human Services
position summary:

As the Community Schools Lead / Program Specialist Senior, you will provide a lead role in the ongoing development and implementation of the SUN Community School initiative. SUN Community Schools are a complex cross-community effort led by the Department of County Human Services on behalf of other key partners, to include multiple Multnomah County School Districts, the City of Portland, the Portland Children's Levy, and non-profit providers. The SUN Service System plays a "managing partner" role on behalf of the partners in the system. In this role you will work across and within these jurisdictions in order to strategically ensure the effective implementation and ongoing development of this initiative.

You will perform a lead role with a small staff who are engaged in active support for SUN Community Schools who are responsible for managing contracts, supporting SUN Community School sites, developing training, monitoring programs, and building partnerships in the community. You will also lead the program aspects of the cross-jurisdictional work of the Communities Supporting Youth Collaborative, which includes serving as a partner with All Hands Raised staff to develop agendas, action plans, and strategic activities for the Collaborative and its six school demonstration sites. Additionally, you will lead the quality efforts of the SUN Community Schools including researching quality assessment models, designing a process to bring these to SUN Community Schools, and developing tools and supports to effectively implement the process across the sites. Finally, you will act as a liaison with six partner school districts, including staffing Districts Council meetings, developing and managing Intergovernmental Agreements, and following up on all necessary activities in pursuit of ensuring this partnership remains strong and effective.

Salary / Pay Rate:$29.02 - $35.73 Hourly
Apply by:July 30, 2014

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organization:Lift Urban Portland
position summary:

Volunteer will assist the pantry staff and volunteers to pick up and transport food from the Oregon Food Bank and transport it to the Lift Urban Portland pantry. After the food is unloaded the volunteer will assist the team to clean the pantry and prepare it for the Friday Pantry service. Activities will include, loading and unloading product, shelving food, recycling and general cleaning including floors and refrigerators.

Volunteer is need to the the Thursday Food Pick Up from the The Volunteers shift begins at 12:30 and ends at 3:30.

Salary / Pay Rate:Volunteer ( Eternal Thanks and Glory)
Apply by:September 27, 2014

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organization:Portland Central America Solidarity Committee
position summary:

The PCASC Grassroots Community Organizer advances the PCASC mission by
recruiting new volunteers and members, developing the skills and leadership capacity of
volunteers and members, and supporting the political work of subcommittees.
Additionally, the
organizer works with the board of directors to ensure the financial sustainability of PCASC
through grassroots fundraising activities and membership development.

Salary / Pay Rate:13000/Year
Apply by:July 23, 2014

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organization:Portland Central America Solidarity Committee
position summary:

General
● Meet regularly with other staff member to coordinate shared duties, develop
workplans,
and create accountability.
● Monitor and support programmatic and strategic plans developed by the
membership and board at biannual
planning retreats.
● Attend quarterly board meetings and report on the financial health of PCASC and
the fulfillment of fundraising goals.
● Build relationships with allied organizations.
● Work with members to develop and implement a membership plan and
fundraising activities.
● Bottomline
administrative tasks and communications for the organization.

Salary / Pay Rate:13,000/year
Apply by:July 23, 2014