Jobs & Internships

OMSI Curriculum Internship

The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) is seeking a Curriculum Intern. This is an unpaid position which may be completed for school credit. It offers the successful candidate a unique opportunity to be involved in curriculum development in an informal science education setting. This position is available immediately, and will remain open until filled.

Internship Summary:
The Curriculum Intern works with OMSI's Curriculum Developer to update OMSI's large collection of programs. The intern will work with OMSI education staff to document these programs in a sharable template. This may include background research on a variety of subjects, aligning programs with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), and editing/proofing documents.

OMSI Exhibit Research & Development Research Assistant Internship - Grant Writing

The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) is seeking an Exhibit Research & Development Research Assistant Intern to assist with grant writing. This is an unpaid position which may be completed for school credit. It offers the successful candidate a unique opportunity to be involved in many aspects of the exhibit research and development process at OMSI through a Research Assistant role. This position is available immediately, and will remain open until filled.

Internship Summary:
The Exhibit Research and Development Research Assistant Intern assists the R&D Strategist in the development of federal grant proposals.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Under the supervision of the R&D Strategist:

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organization:Ecotrust
position summary:

In partnership with the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI), Ecotrust is working to conduct a one-year feasibility assessment that will:

1) gather information about the economic development needs of Tribes and Native American communities in the Pacific Northwest, and
2) explore one possible solution to these needs in the form of a model that would match early-career Native American professionals with organizations where they could learn and put into practice skills that are relevant to the needs of their communities.

Salary / Pay Rate:Based on qualifications/experience
Apply by:December 29, 2014

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner - PMHNP

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner - PMHNP
Experienced PMHNP to provide psychiatric consultation, medication management, assessment, crisis intervention, & mental health/substance abuse referral/follow-up to a diverse population of homeless and low income adults in Federally Qualified Health Center, which provides integrated behavioral health/primary care through its acute and chronic care medical clinic and through outreach in the Portland Metropolitan Area. Must be licensed to practice in Oregon and have or be able to acquire dispensing license. Must also have minimum 1 year experience as a Psychiatric NP and be able to function independently. Experience with homeless & high risk population highly desirable. Multicultural and intersecting diversities highly valued.

Suboxone Coordinator

Suboxone Coordinator

Provide Harm Reduction Counseling to injection drug users. Assist with treatment referrals and connections as needed. In addition, provide program coordination, counseling, and case management for individuals in Outside In's Suboxone treatment program. Work closely with the physicians prescribing Suboxone to develop and administer consistent treatment protocols and services.

Required qualifications include: LCSW or CADC; at least 2 years case management/counseling/ treatment experience (dual diagnosis preferred); excellent organizational and documentation skills. Program coordination experience preferred. Spanish language skills are a plus. Diversity valued.

Clinical Assessment Specialist

Clinical Assessment Specialist

Complete screenings and comprehensive co-occurring assessments for transition-aged homeless youth (age 18-25). In addition, provide strengths-based case management and counseling with a diverse population of homeless youth accessing medication management services at Outside In.

Qualifications include: QMHP (MSW or MA credential) and a CADC credential required, with preference given for individuals with licensure. Required experience includes: at least 2 years of experience with assessment and DSM diagnosis; case management/counseling/ treatment experience (dual diagnosis preferred); and experience working with homeless populations and/or transition-aged youth. Spanish language skills are a plus. Diversity valued.

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organization:Impact NW
position summary:

Impact NW is a social service non-profit organization whose mission is to help people achieve and maintain self-sufficiency and to prevent and alleviate the effects of poverty. Impact NW is looking for passionate individuals that support our mission is to help people prosper through a community of support.

Salary / Pay Rate:$10-12 hourly.

Fruit Tree Stewardship intern position with Portland Fruit Tree Project

Portland Fruit Tree Project is currently accepting applications for two internships, set to begin in January 2015.

Fruit Tree Stewardship Intern:
http://www.portlandfruit.org/fruit-tree-stewardship-intern

Or see below.

2015 Fruit Tree Stewardship Intern

The Fruit Tree Stewardship Intern will aid in the implementation of Portland Fruit Tree Project's Fruit Tree Stewardship programs by assisting in the coordination our Tree Care Teams program and Tree Care Workshop series, and helping us maintain our existing Community Orchard sites.

Time commitment: 12-20 hours per week for 26 weeks *(schedule is somewhat flexible, 312 total hours minimum) *Monday January 5th, 2015 – Tuesday June 30th, 2015

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organization:Columbia Springs
position summary:

Annual Invasive Plant Species Survey at Columbia Springs

Saturday, February 21st, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
12208 SE Evergreen Highway, Vancouver, WA 98683

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organization:Columbia Springs
position summary:

Become a Columbia Springs Volunteer Lead!

2015 Volunteer Lead Training

Saturday, February 7th, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
12208 SE Evergreen Highway, Vancouver, WA 98683

Get outside, learn about the environment, encourage stewardship, meet others, and earn rewards as a Volunteer Lead! Volunteer Leads receive training, exclusive enrichment activities, and rewards as they earn hours throughout the year volunteering at Columbia Springs. Volunteer Leads help with special events, administration, and outreach efforts; there’s something for everyone!

To learn more about the Volunteer Lead Program and register for the Volunteer Lead Training on February 7th, go to www.columbiasprings.org/get-involved/volunteer-at-columbia-springs/volunteer-leads/.