Jobs & Internships

Outpatient Counselor (Hillsboro)

De Paul Treatment Centers serves the greater Portland community by providing drug and alcohol addiction treatment services.  We currently are seeking a 40 hour per week Counselor at our Hillsboro Outpatient facility.  

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organization:World Affairs Council of Oregon
position summary:

The World Affairs Council of Oregon is seeking four individuals who will be part of a team of volunteers/interns to join the International Visitor Program team from September – December 2014. The majority of the team’s time will focus on the Pan-African Youth Leadership Program (PAYLP). They will work directly with the International Visitor and Training Program Director during their time on various projects relating to the program. The International Visitors Program annually hosts more than 600 young, emerging, and established leaders from over 120 countries through government programs. The International Visitor Program enables cross-cultural conversations and facilitates professional knowledge exchange between Oregon communities and the world.

Salary / Pay Rate:Unpaid
Apply by:September 3, 2014

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organization:Multnomah County & AmeriCorps Oregon State Service Corps
position summary:

As a member of the Bienestar de la Familia Program of Multnomah County, whose mission it is to promote the well-being and advancement of Latino families in Multnomah County, the Si Se Puede Engagement Coordinator will facilitate an after school program and activities for youth in a culturally diverse community family center. They will recruit volunteer assistance to provide assistance support to youth and adults in the community. Engaging hard to reach youth and recruiting, training and supervising volunteers will be essential to the success of the program.

Position is for an 11 month service commitment from Sept. '14 to July '15.

Salary / Pay Rate:$12,100 stipend plus $5,645 education award
Apply by:August 18, 2014

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organization:REACH Community Development
position summary:

The primary role of the Facilities & Maintenance Department Coordinator is to enhance the productivity and effectiveness of the department and its managers. This position supports and coordinates the work of the Facilities Manager, a team of four Field Supervisors, a crew of over 20 maintenance technicians, and multiple contractors and vendors. This position particularly focuses on data management, communications, reporting and continuing quality improvement.
• Develop and manage tools to effectively track and communicate the status of capital and maintenance projects.
• Oversee effective management of department files and records including the paper and electronic archiving system.

Salary / Pay Rate:16-20/hour DOE
Apply by:September 13, 2014

Family Relief Nursery Interventionist

We are seeking an enthusiastic individual who loves working with children and families. The Family Relief Nursery is an early childhood intervention/prevention program for families with children ages 6 weeks through 5 years of age. Our services include: Therapeutic Classrooms, Home Visiting Services, Transportation, Parenting Education, and Case Coordination/Management Services.

Fall Internship at Oregon Center for Public Policy

Internship: Policy Analysis Research Assistant

 

The Oregon Center for Public Policy is now accepting applications for an internship position for Fall 2014.

This position is open to undergraduate and graduate students. OCPP accepts applications from any academic discipline. The policy analysis internship requires strong quantitative analysis skills.

OCPP is a non-profit organization conducting in-depth research and analysis to advance policies and practices that improve the economic and social opportunities of all Oregonians.

This is an unpaid position. A modest stipend may be available.

Responsibilities:

Online Learning Specialist position at PSU

Please distribute the attached position in the Center for Improvement of
Child & Family Services (CCF) for Online Learning Specialist.

The Online Learning Specialist will be part of the Systems of Care Team in
the Center for Improvement of Child & Family Services and will assist in
conceptualizing, designing, developing, and implementing distance learning
for multiple projects in Oregon and Washington. Candidates must have a
strong background in instructional design and educational technology. This
position will work on grant and contract based projects that are regional
in scope. This position will primarily work on the design and development
of web based trainings voiceovers, and webinars.

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organization:Park Academy
position summary:

PRINCIPAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES
• Analyze past fundraising performance to determine the strengths of the current development program and identify areas for growth
• Devise an annual fundraising plan from the ground up, in collaboration with the Executive Director, that will develop donor programs and strategies, identify goals and determine best or new opportunities for raising financial support for the school
• Plan and carry out efforts to renew gifts from current donors and identify new prospects
• Plan and organize donor recognition activities
• Research sources of grant funds, as well as prepare grant proposals and reports
• Communicate with donors on a timely basis, including required foundation reports

Salary / Pay Rate:$40,000 annual salary for 20hr/wk position
Apply by:August 31, 2014

Infant, Toddler, Preschool Teachers

The Early Childhood Education Teacher is dedicated to the development of the whole child and creates and engages in interactive and fun activities that promote the social, physical, emotional and intellectual growth of children ages six weeks to five years (depending on classroom assigned).

Qualifications

· CDA; A.A. or B.A. preferred

· Step 8.5 on Oregon Registry

· Experience working in a culturally, racially, and economically diverse community

· 2+ years of early childhood education experience working in licensed center

· 1+ years direct experience in licensed center working with assigned age group preferred

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organization:Volunteers of America - Home Free
position summary:

DVERT Advocate: Home Free, VOA Oregon’s domestic violence intervention program seeks an experienced advocate for full-time direct services position on the Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team (DVERT). This collaborative project provides intervention services to DV survivors who face a high risk of re-assault and/or lethality. DVERT’s goal is to prevent future violence, improve abuser accountability, and facilitate positive systems response. Duties include assisting with selecting cases for DVERT response, providing advocacy, systems navigation, and supportive services to survivors, and partnership-building with law enforcement, the District Attorney, and other partners. This is an out-stationed position located at the Police Bureau’s Domestic Violence Unit in the Gateway area.

Salary / Pay Rate:min. $13.45 - mid. $14.50
Apply by:August 31, 2014