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  • February 11, 2019 12:18 PM | Johanna Kim

    The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) is seeking a Public Art Conservation and Installation Technician to provide artwork maintenance, basic conservation, condition reporting, and 2-D art installation for works of fine art in the City of Portland/Multnomah County Public Art Collection. The Technician will join the team of seven arts professionals who manage the acquisition and care of the City/County %-for-art collections and administer a number of other art initiatives and programs for RACC.

    Status: Regular, Part-Time, 32 hours/week, Non-Exempt status

    Schedule: Somewhat flexible within M-F, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM framework

    Supervisor: Public Art Collections Manager

    Compensation: $18/hour plus benefits

    Benefits: Medical, dental, disability and life insurance, holidays, paid time off, and 401(k) retirement plan.

    RACC's Mission, Core Values, and Commitment to Equity and Inclusion:

    RACC’s mission is to enrich our communities through arts and culture. We value freedom of artistic and cultural expression as a fundamental human right and support diversity of artistic and cultural experiences. RACC is committed to building a community in which everyone can participate in arts and culture. We believe that arts and culture are key elements in creating desirable places to live, work and visit. RACC strives to cultivate equity in all of its programs. We believe the arts have the power to change hearts and minds and to inspire social change. Prejudice and privilege have created barriers that RACC must dismantle, systematically and strategically, until everyone in our community has equitable access to arts and culture. We value a diverse workforce, built upon inclusion, equity, and cultural humility, and are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. All staff members are expected to contribute to RACC’s mission and support RACC’s core values in guiding their decisions and actions.

    Position Summary:

    Under direction of the Public Art Collections Manager, the Public Art Conservation and Installation Technician (Tech) provides outdoor sculpture maintenance and basic conservation for artworks in the City of Portland and Multnomah County Public Art Collection. Under the direction of the Public Art Manager and Portable Works Curator the Tech also coordinates and installs 2-D exhibitions within City and County buildings. This position performs tasks that draw on an understanding of sculpture fabrication techniques and utilizes a variety of art handling skills. The Tech will be working in a range of locations—from the RACC offices, to outdoors sites, to secure spaces in government buildings. The job is suited to a person who is comfortable working independently on a variety of tasks. The position can be physically demanding at times, but also offers an opportunity to work with an outstanding, nationally recognized collection alongside the artists, fabricators, and public art professionals who care for it.

    Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

    • Provides routine and short notice maintenance and conservation for objects in the City of Portland and Multnomah County Public Art Collection with a principle focus on outdoor sculpture.
    • Assists the Portable Works Curator with the installation of the Portable Works Collection (framed 2-D objects); once familiar with the collection and locations, the Tech will work independently on installations organized by the Curator.
    • Routine monitoring and condition reporting of the Public Art Collection, this includes data entry in the collection’s Maintenance Database.
    • Follows safe workplace practices and procedures while maintaining, handling, and installing artwork.
    • Cares for a variety of equipment related to artwork maintenance/conservation/installation; assists with the ordering of supplies, is responsible for the safe and orderly storage of equipment and supplies.
    • Assists with the installation of artwork labels, plaques, and signage.
    • Performs other program related duties as assigned/developed by the team.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Experience:

    • Knowledge of sculpture fabrication techniques and basic outdoor sculpture care, general familiarity with basic carpentry or construction techniques--based on at least 2 years of related, pertinent work, volunteer, or educational experience.
    • Experience with the safe use of hand and power tools; ability to safely operate (with training) boom and scissor lifts and other related equipment.
    • Ability to work both as a member of the team and, as appropriate, to work independently.
    • Good problem solving, basic research, and communication skills.
    • Ability to maintain effective and respectful working relationships with associates, representatives of other organizations, government officials, and the public; cultural flexibility and agility, and a commitment to fostering a respectful and inclusive work environment.
    • General knowledge of office software/computers; familiarity with databases.
    • Familiarity with museum standards for handling, moving, and installing fine art or similar fragile objects.
    • A valid Oregon driver’s license and good driving record.

    Physical Parameters:

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job:

    • Lift and move objects weighing 40 pounds.
    • Work confidently on ladders, scaffolding, or personnel lifts at heights over eight feet.
    • Willingness to work outdoors in various weather conditions.
    • Ability to work safely with paints, solvents, and related hazardous materials as prescribed by staff/OSHA.

    About the Regional Arts & Culture Council

    RACC advocates for public and private investments in the arts, provides grants for artists and arts organizations, manages public art, raises money through workplace giving, conducts arts education in public schools, and provides community services, including workshops for artists, organizational consulting, and a variety of printed and electronic resources. RACC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that receives funding from a variety of public and private partners to serve artists, arts organizations, schools and residents throughout Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties. Read more about our work.

    To Apply:

    • Submit your application by 5:00pm on Thursday, March 7, 2019. You may submit online at: https://racc.org/joblisting-pacit, by postal mail, or in person at RACC, Attn: Public Art Conservation and Installation Technician, 411 NW Park Avenue, Suite 101, Portland, OR 97209.
    • Please include a cover letter and resume.


  • February 11, 2019 12:17 PM | Johanna Kim

    The Regional Arts & Culture Council seeks a Program Coordinator to assist with the day-to-day operations of The Right Brain Initiative. This position is responsible for maintaining the program’s public profile and brand, and supports the program through collateral design, event coordination, program documentation and records maintenance.

    Status: Regular, Full-time (40 hours/week); non-exempt

    Schedule: M-F, 8:30 AM to 5:00PM. Flexibility may also be required to accommodate some early morning and evening committee meetings and events.

    Supervisor: The Right Brain Initiative Program Manager

    Compensation: $20/hour, plus benefits

    Benefits: Medical, dental, disability and life insurance, holidays, paid time off, and 401(k) retirement plan.

    RACC's Mission, Core Values, and Commitment to Equity and Inclusion:

    RACC’s mission is to enrich our communities through arts and culture. We value freedom of artistic and cultural expression as a fundamental human right, a diversity of artistic and cultural experiences, and a community in which everyone can participate in arts and culture and that celebrates and supports its artists and arts and cultural organizations. We also believe that arts and culture are key elements in creating desirable places to live, work and visit. RACC strives to cultivate equity in all of its programs. We believe that the arts have the power to change hearts and minds, and to inspire social change. Prejudice and privilege have created barriers that RACC must dismantle, systematically and strategically, until everyone in our community has equitable access to arts and culture. We value a diverse workforce, built upon inclusion, equity, and cultural humility, and are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. All staff members are expected to contribute to RACC’s mission and support RACC’s core values in guiding their decisions and actions.

    Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

     Communicate regularly with Right Brain constituents and supporters through social media outlets, the program’s website, blog, and email newsletter.

     Provide source material to RACC communications department for press releases, newsletters and other publications.

     Facilitate the design and development of Right Brain collateral material, coordinating or collaborating with consultants as needed.

     Support all Right Brain events with program planning, design and promotion, including but not limited to fundraisers, donor events, workshops and Summer Symposium.

     Collaborate with the Right Brain Program Manager, Right Brain development staff and RACC communications/outreach team to support communications to targeted audiences with particular attention to underrepresented populations.

     Coordinate Right Brain’s volunteer program and database.

     Collect stories of Right Brain programming through videography, photography, audio recording, editing, presentation, as well as organizing all materials and tracking student permissions.

     Maintain Right Brain’s email distribution list, program database and website.

     Record all program expenses.

     Attend and support Right Brain Operating Committee meetings and off-site professional development through coordination, prep and note taking.

    Required Knowledge, Skills, and Experience:

     Ability to communicate effectively with others in writing, orally, and through the use of computer technology.

     Excellent organizational skills with the ability to work quickly and accurately to coordinate workloads and multiple, simultaneous deadlines.

     Experience in graphic design, video and audio documentation and editing including proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Suite. Preferred proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, FileMaker Pro, and Emma or similar email marketing database.

     Cultural flexibility/agility and a commitment to fostering a respectful and inclusive work environment.

     Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team in a fast-paced environment.

     Ability to maintain effective working relationships with associates, representatives of other organizations, and the public.

    About the Regional Arts & Culture Council

    RACC advocates for public and private investments in the arts, provides grants for artists and arts organizations, manages public art, raises money through workplace giving, conducts arts education in public schools, and provides community services, including workshops for artists, organizational consulting, and a variety of printed and electronic resources. RACC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that receives funding from a variety of public and private partners to serve artists, arts organizations, schools and residents throughout Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties. Read more about our work.

    About The Right Brain Initiative

    The Right Brain Initiative is a sustainable partnership of public schools, local government, foundations, businesses and the cultural community, which brings creativity to nearly 28,900 students in 70 schools across eight school districts. The program’s goal is to transform learning through the arts for all K-8 students in the Portland metro area. Right Brain is an initiative of the Regional Arts & Culture Council with Young Audiences of Oregon & SW Washington serving as artist residency partner. Read more online at http://TheRightBrainInitiative.org.

    To Apply:

    Please submit your cover letter and resume by 5:00 pm on March 7, 2019. You may submit online at: https://racc.org/joblisting-rbpc, by postal mail, or in person at RACC, Attn: Sinead Kimbrell, 411 NW Park Avenue, Suite 101, Portland, OR 97209.


  • November 12, 2018 12:50 PM | Johanna Kim

    Arts Education Coordinator

    The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) is seeking an Arts Education Coordinator to support RACC’s responsibilities in coordinating services to school districts funded by the Arts Education and Access Fund (AEAF or arts tax) and to assist in communicating a community vision for equitable education through the arts.

    Status:                         Regular, Full-time (40 hours/week); non-exempt

    Schedule:                    M-F, 8:30 AM to 5:00PM (Flexibility may also be required to accommodate some early morning and evening committee meetings and events.)

    Supervisor:                 Director of Arts Education

    Compensation:         $18-$20 per hour + benefits

    Benefits:                     Medical, dental, short-term and long-term disability and life insurance, paid time off, and 401(k) retirement plan.

    RACC's Mission, Core Values, and Commitment to Equity and Inclusion:

    RACC’s mission is to enrich our communities through arts and culture. We value freedom of artistic and cultural expression as a fundamental human right, a diversity of artistic and cultural experiences, and a community in which everyone can participate in arts and culture and that celebrates and supports its artists and arts and cultural organizations. We also believe that arts and culture are key elements in creating desirable places to live, learn, work and visit. RACC strives to cultivate equity in all of its programs. We believe that the arts have the power to change hearts and minds, and to inspire social change. Prejudice and privilege have created barriers that RACC must dismantle, systematically and strategically, until everyone in our community has equitable access to arts and culture. We value a diverse workforce, built upon inclusion, equity, and cultural humility, and are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. All staff members are expected to contribute to RACC’s mission and support RACC’s core values in guiding their decisions and actions. 

    Position Summary:

    The Arts Education Coordinator supports RACC’s responsibilities in coordinating services to school districts funded by the Arts Education and Access Fund (AEAF or arts tax) and assists in communicating a community vision for equitable education through the arts. This position plays a vital role in sharing the impact of arts education through the design of collateral materials, event coordination, documentation of services and maintenance of records.

    Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

    ·      Assist with the development and maintenance of RACC’s arts education webpage content and an online system to share community arts education services

    ·      Oversee systems to collect, manage and report data on arts education services

    ·      Support all AEAF associated programming with planning, design and promotion, including but not limited to community events and professional development for arts specialists

    ·      Communicate with constituents and the public at large about RACC’s arts education efforts through social media outlets, the RACC website, and other existing or newly developed avenues

    ·      Collect stories and document arts education programming through videography, photography, audio recording, editing, and other documentation methods

    ·      In collaboration with the Director of Arts Education, design arts education collateral materials and presentations for both internal purposes and public events

    ·      Provide source material to RACC communications manager to build content and features on RACC’s website, for press releases, newsletters and other publications

    ·      Attend and support meetings of RACC’s Arts Education Committee, two AEAF related working groups, and gatherings of arts organizations that provide education services.

    ·      Maintain records of AEAF funded education expenses

    Required Knowledge, Skills, and Experience:

    ·      Four years of pertinent work, volunteer, or education experience

    ·      Ability to communicate effectively with others in writing, orally, and through the use of computer technology

    ·      Excellent organizational skills with the ability to work quickly and accurately to coordinate workloads and multiple, simultaneous deadlines

    ·      Experience in graphic design, video and audio documentation and editing including proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Suite

    ·      Cultural flexibility/agility and a commitment to fostering a respectful and inclusive work environment

    ·      Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team

    ·      Ability to maintain effective working relationships with associates, representatives of other organizations, and the public

    Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Experience:

    • ·         Experience working in a public education setting
    • ·         Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite and FileMaker Pro

     

    About the Regional Arts & Culture Council

    RACC advocates for public and private investments in the arts, provides grants for artists and arts organizations, manages public art, raises money through workplace giving, conducts arts education in public schools, and provides community services, including workshops for artists, organizational consulting, and a variety of printed and electronic resources. RACC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that receives funding from a variety of public and private partners to serve artists, arts organizations, schools and residents throughout Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties. Read more about our work.

     

    About the Arts Education and Access Fund

    In November of 2012, 62% of Portland voters approved what is known as the Arts Education and Access Fund (AEAF) or “arts tax.” Thanks to the arts tax, every elementary school in Portland now has at least one art, music or dance teacher on staff—91 teachers in all six school districts (Centennial, David Douglas, Parkrose, Portland Public, Reynolds and Riverdale). The AEAF funds one arts specialist for every 500 students.  

     

    To Apply:

    • Submit your application by 5:00 pm on Friday, December 7, 2018. You may submit online at: https://racc.org/joblisting-aec, by postal mail, or in person at: RACC, Attn: Arts Education Coordinator, 411 NW Park Avenue, Suite 101, Portland, OR 97209.
    Please include a cover letter and resume.


  • September 11, 2018 9:58 AM | Dennis Hodge

    Mission for Residential Sales Consultant with CertaPro Painters of Gresham

    To ensure that every customer receives an extraordinary experience by understanding their needs, relay that information to our production team, and maintaining a relationship with the customer throughout the entire job and beyond. Which will ultimately deliver $1MM or more in revenue within the first 3 years and consistently deliver year over year.

    Outcomes                                                                                                                                                         

    • 1.       Deliver an Extraordinary Experience to our Customers
    • a.       Execute all steps of the 10+1 sales system
    • b.       Conduct proper handoffs with painters
    • c.       Set proper expectations with customers and ensure they were delivered
    • d.       Understand what the customer values and determine how we can deliver
    • 2.       Maintain a SR% of 50% or more
    • a.       Continually approve on sales practices
    • b.       Foster relationships with painters so they can deliver what you sell
    • c.       Maintain relationship with Previous Customers to continually offer new services
    • 3.       Maintain a Slippage rate of 12% or less
    • a.       Manage your time and estimating calendar
    • b.       Work closely with Zee to develop lead flow plan
    • 4.       Be a brand ambassador for CertaPro Painters
    • a.       Seek out and attend community events
    • b.       Where the gold as often as appropriate
    • c.       Support the development of marketing and lead development initiatives

    Critical Competencies:

    Listening Skills: Lets others speak and seeks to understand their viewpoints.

    Communication: Speaks and writes clearly and articulately without being overly verbose or talkative. Maintains this standard in forms of written communication including e-mail.

    Persistence: Demonstrates tenacity and willingness to go the distance to get something done.

    Follow-through on commitments: Lives up to verbal and written agreements.

    Flexibility/adaptability: Adjusts quickly to changing priorities and conditions. Copes effectively with complexity and change

    Attention to detail: Does not let important details slip through the cracks or derail a project.

    Efficiency: Able to produce significant output with minimal wasted effort

    Organization and Planning: Plans, organizes, schedules, and budgets in an efficient, productive manner. Focuses on key priorities.

    Calm under pressure: Maintains stable performance when under heavy pressure or stress.

    Persuasion: Able to convince others to pursue a course of action.

    Creativity/innovation: Generates new and innovative approaches to problems

                                                                                                                                       

    Cultural Competencies

    Honesty/integrity: Does not cut corners ethically. Earns trust and maintains confidences. Does what is right not what is most profitable. Speaks plainly and truthfully.

    High standards: Expects personal performance and team performance to be nothing short of the best.

    Teamwork: Reaches out to peer and cooperates with supervisors to establish an overall collaborative working relationship.

    Proactivity: Acts without being told what to do. Brings new ideas to the company.

    Enthusiasm: Exhibits passion and excitement over work. Has a can-do attitude.

    Work ethic: Possesses a strong willingness to work hard and sometimes long hours to get the job done. Has a track record of working hard.

    Openness to criticism and ideas: Often solicits feedback and reacts calmly to criticism or negative feedback.

    Please contact Dennis Hodge at CertaPro Painters of Gresham

    dhodge@certapro.com

  • August 21, 2018 9:25 AM | Debbie Utberg (Administrator)

    Position Description: Leach Garden Friends Operations Officer Regular/ FT/ $42-46k annually/pd, vacation and sick leave, pto/ Oregon saves retirement acct/ flexible scheduling possible.

    Leach Garden Friends is the non-profit which operates Leach Botanical Garden in partnership with Portland Parks & Recreation. The Garden began as the estate of Lilla & John Leach botanical explorers, community leaders and extraordinary couple. The Leaches left the nearly five acre estate and substantial botanical collection to the City. Today the Friends are about to launch $10 million in physical improvements at the Garden following several years of design work, community engagement, and fundraising. The current campus of the Garden comprises nearly seventeen acres. 

    Full position information is posted at www.leachgarden.org.

    Founded in 1981, LGF is a largely volunteer organization with a small paid staff. The organization has not had an Operations position in the past. The planned growth in size and complexity of the Friends will require integration of functions in this position to support the community-engagement and resource generation of the Executive Director.

    The Operations Officer helps ensure we have systems and controls in place to support effective and efficient running of the organization. The Operations Officer works to implement, evaluate, and improve operational practices while maintaining compliance with local, state and federal laws and contributing to a responsive, welcoming and community friendly cultural organization.

    The Operations Officer works closely with the Executive Director to manage paid staff and numerous volunteers. The Operations Officer supports the Board of Directors’ vision through managing and implementing activities required for smooth operation of the business side of LGF under direction of the Executive Director.

    The Operations Manager will be responsible for data entry, accounts payable, payroll, grant report entry, managing organization HR, helping and creating organizational and program budgets in collaboration with the ED, and other tasks as assigned.

    Reporting to the ED and serving as a member of the management team along with the ED, this position's primary responsibility is ensuring organizational effectiveness by providing leadership for the organization's financial, administrative and operational functions. The position also contributes to the development and implementation of organizational strategies, policies and practices.

    If interested please send cover letter and resume to leachjobs@gmail.com . Type Operations in subject line.


  • August 10, 2018 11:31 AM | Melissa Buxton

    Overview of Organization

    Greater Than (formerly “I Have a Dream” Oregon) is seeking applicants for the full-time position of Senior Director of Development (SDD).  This is an opportunity to join a mission-driven team unified around educational equity and a vision to break the cycle of poverty and change the game at a systemic level for children and families in poverty-impacted communities. 

     

    The mission of Greater Than (GT) is to support and empower students from poverty-impacted communities to thrive in school, college and career. To that end, we identify and convene quality best-in-class partners and recruit them to join our collaborative whole school model. Our programs:

    ·         Focus on students and families from Oregon’s most poverty-impacted communities;

    ·         Promote culturally responsive family engagement. We work closely with parents, who are the primary drivers of program priorities;

    ·         Are long-term: we work with students and their families from Pre-K through college and career;

    ·         Are inclusive: we do not “cherry pick” students and are deeply committed to educational equity.

    We are pushing to transform public education outcomes in Oregon. We believe equitable education is a right. We listen to students, teachers, administrators, families, and one another so that we may correctly advocate, promote opportunities, and remove barriers.  We work alongside community partners and local school districts.  We are flexible problem solvers who strive to create the conditions necessary to achieve equitable education for historically underserved students.

    Greater Than’s national demonstration project of a whole school model is based at Alder Elementary School in the Rockwood community. Rockwood is one of the most culturally and racially diverse suburban neighborhoods of Multnomah County, a vibrant community poised for city reinvestment to address the unmet needs of families that call Rockwood home. Deeply impacted by poverty, gentrification, and Portland’s housing crisis, Rockwood is a high opportunity community. We follow students from Alder through Reynolds and H.B. Lee Middle Schools, Reynolds High School and post-secondary education in the Reynolds School District (RSD) through a highly collaborative shared-cost model with more than 70 nonprofit and higher education partners.  84% of these students are children of color and many are bi-lingual, with over 20 languages represented. For more information, please visit www.togethergreater.org.

    Goals and Beliefs

    Our ultimate goal is that all students obtain a living wage job. We also spur systemic change in poverty-impacted communities by creating innovative, systemic approaches to remove barriers and create opportunities for educational success and by leveraging our whole school model as a demonstration project from which others can learn. We strive to create the conditions necessary to achieve equitable education for historically underserved students. We work alongside community partners and local school districts.

    We believe that all children start out curious, creative and full of potential. We believe that families wake up every day and do their very best to support their children.

    Equity Statement

    We believe that cultural, institutional, and individual racism creates disparities and barriers that are neither fair nor equitable.

    We are committed to advancing racial equity as a foundational element of all aspects of our work and with all of our stakeholders. In addition to racism, we recognize that ALL other forms of bias must also be addressed in order to create a more just and equitable society.

    We remain steadfast in our commitment to comprehensive community partnerships to help close the racialized achievement gap in our schools and colleges.  We strive to create a truly equitable organization: one where students, families, and communities are welcomed and supported, where their faces, voices, and experiences are reflected and valued.

    We listen and respond with great care and intentionality to the students and families with whom we partner.  We consistently analyze our organizational commitment to equity and inclusion as expressed through our policies and practices, our workforce and board composition, and engagement of students and families as central guiders of our work. We are committed to collaborating with other organizations towards advancing equity for all.

    Sr. Director of Advancement Responsibilities

    Greater Than seeks an energetic, passionate, and talented Sr. Director of Development (SDD) to lead our fundraising operation, with major emphasis on identifying, cultivating, and soliciting and stewarding major individual donors. This position is critical to accomplishing the strategic goal of increasing unrestricted funding while continuing to grow our efforts to diversify our donor base, fulfilling both annual and long-term income goals.

    The Senior Director of Advancement is responsible for the management of fundraising, including working closely with other members of the Advancement Team (fundraising and marketing) on all fundraising activities and related organizational messaging/positioning. The position will also supervise staff/consultants in donor prospecting and database management. This position reports to the President & CEO and will also be a member of the Management Team and contribute in the overall leadership of the organization. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    Ø Work with Management Team, Advancement Team, and board to develop comprehensive multi-year advancement plan;

    Ø Oversee and lead comprehensive fundraising strategy, including identification and cultivation of prospective donors, and solicitation, stewardship of donors, and close collaboration with event-based fundraising; 

    Ø Participate in a dynamic Advancement Team including three other staff members. Supervision includes but is not limited to: hiring, setting and overseeing goals and performance, developing personal growth opportunities, assigning and monitoring work, gathering resources needed and providing ongoing feedback about employee’s performance, as necessary.

    Ø With CEO, facilitate and monitor Advancement budgets.

    Ø Direct the President/CEO’s major gift fundraising work, including new partnerships, existing relationships, solicitations and stewardship;

    Ø Substantially grow major gifts from individuals, and work closely with staff to maximize income from corporations and events; 

    Ø Oversee department activities including all fundraising, and donor database management and maintenance;

    Ø Represent Greater Than in the community, effectively communicating organizational mission, policy, practices, and values to wide range of constituencies and to the community at large;

    Ø Attend Management Team and supervisory meetings along with organizational events;

    Ø Complete administrative paperwork and other duties as assigned;

    Ø Serve on a staff equity committee.

    Education and Experience Required

    Ø A demonstrable commitment to and willingness to engage in ongoing equity, diversity and inclusion work;

    Ø Bachelor’s degree from an accredited higher education institution;

    Ø Solid understanding and 5 years’ experience in fundraising, including individual major gifts, legacy gifts, foundation grants, and corporate giving;

    Ø Strategic and innovative thinker;

    Ø Solid understanding of and at least 5 years’ experience in K-12 and/or higher education leadership.

    Ø Proven ability to develop and strengthen networking with high wealth individuals as prospective donors.

    Ø Pass background and driving record check.

    Preferred Qualifications/Characteristics

    Ø Proven persuasive communication skills; strong editing and research abilities; excellent written and verbal communication skills;

    Ø Resourcefulness as a professional with demonstrated initiative, discipline, and ability to perform under pressure and meet deadlines;

    Ø Successful experience leading a team, with effective management skills and talent development;

    Ø Goal-oriented mindset and approach – requires a leader who takes personal responsibility for achieving ambitious outcomes and an organized self-starter who will be proactive and creative in solving problems and realizing opportunities in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment;

    Ø Passionate advocate for the mission and goals of Greater Than;

    Ø Thrive working in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment and able to work on multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously;

    Ø Commitment to teamwork, positive attitude, strong work ethic, flexible and self-directed;

    Ø Ability to build on Greater Than’s strengths and help lead changes in structures, methods, and relationships required to achieve goals;

    Ø Bilingual in Spanish is preferred but not required.

    Salary and Benefits

    Ø Compensation commensurate with experience

    Ø 100% employee premium paid for medical/dental/vision insurance

    Ø Employer paid life, long- and short-term disability insurance

    Ø Flexible Spending Benefit Plan and Employee Assistance Program

    Ø 20 days of accrued vacation, 12 days of sick and 10 floating holidays

    Ø Simple IRA retirement plan with employer matching program

    Ø 1 month paid sabbatical after 5 years of continuous employment


    To Apply:

    Please send a cover letter and resume to Johanna Flores at: johannaf@togethergreater.org.  Review of applications will begin August 24, 2018.                                      

    An Equal Opportunity Employer


  • July 26, 2018 4:34 PM | Johanna Kim

    The Regional Arts & Culture Council seeks an Accounts Payable Specialist to process full-cycle accounts payable and assist with month-end closing processes. $23-$25 per hour + benefits.  See https://racc.org/joblisting-aps for full job announcement and to apply. Deadline: 5pm on 8/24/2018


  • July 26, 2018 4:34 PM | Johanna Kim

    The Regional Arts & Culture Council seeks an experienced IT Support Technician to provide desktop and software support to 35 staff and assist in managing the organization’s technology infrastructure. $23-$25 per hour + benefits.  See https://racc.org/joblisting-ist for full job announcement and to apply. Deadline: 5pm on 8/24/2018


  • June 13, 2018 2:47 PM | Johanna Kim

    The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) is seeking a Workplace Giving Associate to provide critical support in raising donations from employees at scores of companies throughout the Portland metropolitan area. Ideal candidate will have excellent customer service, time management, and communication skills. $20/hr + benefits. See https://racc.org/joblisting-wga for the full job announcement and to apply. Deadline: 7/13/18.


  • June 05, 2018 10:49 AM | Johanna Kim

    The Regional Arts & Culture Council seeks an Office Coordinator for a fast-paced office environment. 3+ years office administration experience required, ideal candidate will have excellent customer service, time management, and communication skills. $17-$19/hr + benefits. See https://racc.org/joblisting-ocp for full job announcement and to apply. Deadline: 6/29/18


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