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  • February 17, 2017 11:14 AM | Shelley Shirley (Administrator)

    Digital Communications Specialist (1.0 FTE)

    The Regional Arts & Culture Council seeks a Digital Communications Specialist responsible for managing RACC’s online presence and websites. $40,000-$45,000 annual salary + benefits.  See http://bit.ly/DigitalComjob for full job announcement. Deadline: 3/15/17 Download Job Description


  • January 10, 2017 2:56 PM | Sharon Mayo

    The Senior Marketing & Communications Coordinator (Coordinator) is a full-time employee of “I Have a Dream” Oregon who reports to the President & CEO. The Coordinator will provide important leadership to our marketing, PR, design and messaging areas as well as all of our stewardship efforts. The Coordinator will need to be an exceptionally talented, highly collaborative team player.

    For full job announcement and info on how to apply, please visit::  http://www.dreamoregon.org/careers

  • August 24, 2016 6:13 PM | Shelley Shirley (Administrator)

    Automotive Lube Tech Job – Hiring Now – Immediate Opening!

    • No Evenings or Weekends
    • Paid Vacation/Personal Days
    • Paid Holidays
    • Up to $16.00 per hour
    • Family Friendly Environment
    • Medical Benefits
    • Dental Benefits
    • Health Savings Benefit Program (up to $1,200 per year)
    • Paid Training Programs
    • Uniforms Provided
    • Hourly Base Pay with possibility of Commission and Bonuses
    • Access to Timbers, Thorns and Blazer Tickets

    Successful, busy, family-owned, independent automotive repair facility needs your mechanical experience.  Looking for someone with the ability to do or to be trained on comprehensive maintenance inspections, oil change services and more on Domestic, Asian, and European vehicles, along with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and the desire to learn and improve.  Preference is given to those with previous experience in the automotive field.

    Responsibilities include performing complete oil change services and maintenance inspections, rotating tires, keeping a clean and orderly shop area, and assisting the other technicians with repairs.

    Shop is in the heart of Gresham:

    Gresham, a suburb of Portland, is a beautiful city less than 2 hours away from the beach, mountains, and the Columbia Gorge.  Legendary hiking, fishing, boating, skiing, access to great restaurants, sports and entertainment, low crime rate and high quality schools.

    If you have experience in the automotive field or are interested in a career as an automotive technician, join our team and see what it’s like to work in a shop that treats their customers and employees like family.

    Send your résumé to karen@allaboutautomotive.com today.

    All About Automotive, Inc.
    139 NW 2nd Street
    Gresham, OR 97030
    503-465-2926

  • August 24, 2016 6:00 PM | Shelley Shirley (Administrator)

    Work for Art Campaign Assistant (On-call)
    The Regional Arts & Culture Council is seeking a part-time, temporary, on-call Campaign Assistant, September – December 2016. Job duties include speaking with employees at workplace giving events about the value of contributing to Work for Art’s 100+ funded arts and culture organizations and in-office support of event preparation. Hourly wage is $16. See 
    http://bit.ly/wfajob3 for the full job announcement. Open until filled, expired hire date 9/19/2016.

    The Right Brain Initiative Development Assistant (0.8 FTE) The Regional Arts & Culture Council seeks a Development Assistant for The Right Brain Initiative. This position assists the Development Manager with grant writing, Development Committee support, fundraising activities, campaigns and special events. $17 per hour plus benefits.  See http://bit.ly/RBdevjob for full job announcement. Deadline: September 19, 2016.

    Arts Education Professional Development Specialist (1.0 FTE; 46 weeks) The Regional Arts & Culture Council seeks an Arts Education Professional Development Specialist. Develop and deliver training for educators in the arts and arts integration. 5 years teaching focused on ELA. $46,000-53,000 annual salary + benefits.  See http://bit.ly/ArtsEdPDjobs for full job announcement. Deadline: 5pm on Monday, September 19; expected start date 10/17.

  • June 21, 2016 4:45 PM | Shelley Shirley (Administrator)

    VICE PRESIDENT FOR PROGRAM RESPONSIBILITIES

    Absolutely central to the success of this first-of-its-kind Dreamer School model is a highly motivated, entrepreneurial and visionary Vice President for Programs (VPP).  The Vice President for Programs will be responsible for leading school/district leaders, major educational and nonprofit partners, parents and community residents to transform a low-performing school into a place where at least 80% of its students go on to complete a college certificate or degree and that creates more residential and neighborhood stability.

    The Vice President for Programs will serve as a member of the management team of “I Have a Dream” – Oregon and sit on the Reynolds School District’s Reynolds Transformational Team (RTT). Working closely with the “I Have a Dream” management team, the Vice President for Programs will provide central leadership to ensure the continued success of our first Dreamer School. Click here to view the full job description.


  • April 04, 2016 1:35 PM | Shelley Shirley (Administrator)

    Do you love working with kids? Do you need extra money but don't want to work full time? Do you need a job where you can set your own schedule? Are you Looking to find full time work?

    We have positions for applicants with all levels of education, no college required.

    If you have a Bachelor’s degree or higher and would like to obtain a teaching license, call us. 

    Help fill a vital role in our educational system today.

    ***Must be able to pass a fingerprint based criminal history background check.

    For more information, contact us at: 503-208-7454 or subdesk@emssubdesk.com

    Please apply online at:  www.emssubdesk.com

    At EMS SubDesk, our sole duty is to support the communities and schools in and around your neighborhoods. EMS hires for all positions within the schools we work with; from custodians to licensed teachers. We work hard every day to ensure that the community, children, and schools receive the best possible support staff available for an enhanced education. We take great pride in our services and our staff, and frequently transition our employees to permanent school employees.


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