Jobs & Internships
|organization:||Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods|
Are you an active community member in inner North/Northeast neighborhoods? Have you developed office filing systems? Are you the type of person who folds your socks? If yes, read on!
|Salary / Pay Rate:||$15/hour|
|organization:||Boys and Girls Aid|
Join a dynamic, high quality, fast paced nonprofit organization committed to impacting the lives of children since 1885.
Part-Time 30 hrs/wk (3 – 10 hours shifts) with benefits in SE Portland residential facility serving female adolescents in Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) custody. Main duties involve supervision of 8-10 residents and support services to program staff. Complete nightly tasks and duties as assigned. Must be available to work weekends, willing to work awake overnight shifts, and motivated to complete tasks with minimal supervision. This position is Sunday p.m. through Thursday a.m.
|Salary / Pay Rate:||11.15-11.98 DOE plus $1.00 hour shift differential|
|organization:||Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC)|
The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) is seeking a creative videographer or recent film grad looking to build their portfolio for a volunteer opportunity that will take place March-May 2014. The volunteer will collaborate with the RACC Marketing Intern to produce a short promotional video about the 2014 Artist Professional Development Workshop Series. This 2-3 minute video will showcase the value of the workshops for individuals and for the community at-large, and how the workshops support the big picture of creative pursuits.
Time commitment: approximately 4 hours per week, March-May 2014 (this includes the time for filming. Most workshops are 3-4 hours, and take place on Saturdays).
|Salary / Pay Rate:||Volunteer|
|Apply by:||February 27, 2014|
Dress for Success Oregon Store Manager: A rare opportunity to work in the friendly and supportive environment of Dress for Success Oregon. The Store Manager is a new position, designed to manage the flow of clothing donations, all activities involving our shop, and our Acey’s Closet Sales, held 2-3 times a year. We are looking for you if you are an organized, flexible, efficient, and friendly person who enjoys working with a diverse group of people. 32 hours per week.
Beat the next polar event that's supposed to hit us next week, get into
Community Energy Project's last free Weatherization Workshops of the year!
Learn how to stop drafts in your home in this workshop with simple tools
and effective weatherization supplies. Great for renters and homeowners
alike, qualified participants can receive supplies for free at the end of
Sunday, 2-4pm at Community Energy Project 422 NE Alberta street.
There are only 12 slots left - so be sure to register for the workshop
De Paul serves the greater Portland community by providing drug and alcohol addiction treatment services.
Position Title: Director of Operations
Compensation: $48,000 - $50,000
Reports To: Executive Director
The Environmental Restoration Intern will be responsible for assisting the Volunteer and Events Coordinator with the facilitation of Columbia Springs’ restoration projects, stewardship events, and community events during the spring of 2014. The Restoration Intern will also work to expand the restoration program at Columbia Springs through cooperation with established partners, creating new partnerships, assisting with the Volunteer Lead program, and through expanding community outreach efforts.
|Salary / Pay Rate:||$500 stipend|
|Apply by:||March 8, 2014|
|organization:||League of Women Voters of Oregon|
The position provides day to day support for the League of Women Voters of Oregon (LWVOR) and LWVOR Education Fund office, board, and missions. The administrative manager works cooperatively and shares responsibility with other office staff.
Responsibilities include the following:
2. Helps assure appropriate and effective use of technology.
|Salary / Pay Rate:||$13-14/hr DOE|
|Apply by:||February 26, 2014|
The Aloha Community Library Association is seeking an energetic and enthusiastic person to join our team at the Aloha Community Library. Library Clerk duties include providing patron assistance, online data entry, and check-in, check-out, and shelving of library materials. Applicants must have graduated from an accredited high school or equivalent. Refer to the job description for a comprehensive list of duties and qualifications. This is a part time position at 20 hours per week. Applicants must be available to work various shifts as needed, including some evenings and weekends. Employment announcement, position description, and application are available at the library and online at www.alohalibrary.org.