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  • July 21, 2017 2:26 PM | Shelley Shirley (Administrator)


    Work for Art Donor Data Clerk (Part-time, 0.7 FTE)

    The Regional Arts & Culture Council seeks a Work for Art Donor Data Clerk. This position is essential to the seamless operation and donor experience of a multifaceted program. This is an ideal role for someone who genuinely enjoys creative problem-solving with numbers and spreadsheets and who finds it rewarding to produce highly accurate, well-organized administrative work in the office. This position provides Raiser’s Edge data entry, reporting and basic accounting support as a member of high-volume, fast-paced and growing program. $18 per hour + benefits. See http://bit.ly/wfajob4 for full job announcement. Deadline: Friday, August 18, 2017 by 5:00pm. Click here to download a pdf of the job description.


  • June 20, 2017 3:15 PM | Sharon Mayo

    'I Have a Dream" Oregon seeks a highly motivated, entrepreneurial leader as their Senior Director of Programs.  Salary commensurate with experience.  Send cover letter and resume to Sharon Mayo, sharonm@dreamoregon.org.  Review of resumes will begin July 7, 2017.  Please see full job announcement at:  https://www.dreamoregon.org/job-openings 

  • May 30, 2017 10:36 AM | Shelley Shirley (Administrator)


    Executive Assistant (1.0 FTE, Short-Term)

    The Regional Arts & Culture Council seeks an Executive Assistant to support RACC’s Executive Team and Board of Directors. $18-$21 per hour + benefits. Full-time (40 hrs/wk), short-term (July-December 2017). See http://bit.ly/EAjob1 for full job announcement. Deadline: 6/27/2017

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  • March 09, 2017 4:56 PM | Sharon Mayo

    Director of Advancement Responsibilities

    “I Have a Dream” Oregon (IHD) seeks an energetic, passionate, and talented Director of Advancement to lead our fundraising and marketing enterprise. This position is critical to accomplishing IHD’S 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 Director of Advancement is responsible for the management of fundraising and marketing efforts, including supervision of three staff members. This position reports to the President/CEO and will also play a key role in the overall leadership of the organization. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    Ø  Work with President/CEO, leadership 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 event management; 

    Ø  Lead 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  Oversee and lead comprehensive marketing and communications strategy including all online and print messaging and design, website and social media, and public/press relations;

    Ø  Facilitate and monitor Advancement budgets.

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

    Ø  Grow corporate and individual giving relationships, make annual solicitations, and run annual giving campaigns; 

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

    Ø  Manage all fundraising events and marketing and communications

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

    Ø  Other duties as assigned.

    Required Qualifications/Characteristics:

    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  Strategic and innovative thinker;

    Ø  Demonstrated understanding and experience in marketing, including online, print, events and public/press relations;

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

    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  IHD;

    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 “I Have a Dream” 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  15 days of accrued vacation, 12 days of sick and 10 holidays

    Ø  Simple IRA retirement plan with employer matching program


    To Apply:

    For full job announcement visit:  http://www.dreamoregon.org/careers

    Please send a cover letter and resume to Sharon Mayo at: SharonM@dreamoregon.org.


    Review of applications will begin April 3, 2017. Position will remain open until filled.

    An Equal Opportunity Employer


  • February 27, 2017 10:13 AM | Shelley Shirley (Administrator)

    Direct Support Professional

    Compensation: $11.45 per hour 

    Employment type: full-time / part-time

    ALSO (Advocates for Life Skills and Opportunity) is a well established non-profit organization that promotes the full inclusion of people who experience developmental and/or intellectual challenges into the life of their community. APPLY TODAY!! No Experience needed/we provide paid training.

    New Starting wage!!!! $11.45 per hour

    HIRING BONUS!!! After all 90 day training is successfully completed (may be done in less than 90 days) we will pay full time employees a one-time bonus of $150 and part timers $100.00 (must do at least 24 hours per week to be eligible).

    Please let us know which shifts you are interested in when you apply. 30 hours per week qualifies for Health Insurance!!!! We have a great HM 0 plan through Kaiser that is very low cost!

    We are hiring Direct Support Professionals to fulfill multiple positions for our 24-hour Residential program as well as Supported Living Services!

    Drivers would use our insured company cars not your own! There may be a few Supported Living cases where you would need to use your car.

    We provide excellent on the job training and although no experience is necessary, it is helpful. We prefer applicants that possess a valid driver’s license with a good driving record (not more than 2 moving violations in last 3 years).

    As a Direct Support Professional, you will have the opportunity to receive on the job training while assisting people in their day-to-day lives. Some of our benefits for full time employees include: Medical, Dental and Vision benefits, 40 I K, Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program and much more. Criminal history check will also be done.

    Apply now @ http://\1 \1\1.also11cb.org/cm plt1\ mcnLhtm

    ALSO is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of this organization to consider all applicants and employees without regard to race, gender, color, religion, political preference, marital status, mental or physical disability, pregnancy, veteran status or other protected status or activity in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.

    All shifts are subject to availability and there is no expressed guarantee that the shift you want to interview for is still available when you apply and/or interview. We have many locations to work at in the greater Portland metro area and are hiring for both part and full time positions! On Call Positions are open as well!  Thank you.


  • 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.


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