Three WU grads are adding a Spanish language training for professionals (counselors, lawyers, social workers, healthcare, etc.) service to their existing company. We are looking for a couple of participants to be part of a pilot program for two months and would love to give this away to our fellow alumni! We are looking for someone who:wants to learn/improve Spanish for work or professional reasonswill not mind giving us feedback and answering a 5 minute survey each weekthinks they can be in the program for two months (You’ll be able to continue the training at a reduced cost after the initial free two months if you choose.)Classes are online with one of our Spanish coaches, curriculum is customized to your language goals and current abilities (if any). Feel free to contact me, Stacy, with any questions or to learn more. To apply for the free two months please fill out this quick form and I’ll follow up with you: http://goo.gl/forms/C6kD9tcJfVSome details can be found on our website: Spanish/International version: www.gmacro.com USA version: www.gmacro.com/usaThanks!
An outstanding opportunity to join an internationally known dynamic organization! This position is our front line to greeting our clients and guests. This role is responsible for answering phones, assisting management with administrative tasks and interfacing with clients and guests on a daily basis.To qualify, you must have computer skills including but not limited to: MS Office Suite and familiarity with various email programs. Strong written and verbal communication skills are a must. The ideal candidate will have a professional and outgoing presence and show strong confident initiative with helping clients and assisting management. Pay range is $12-$14/hour. Medical benefits are available through this full time position. The hours are M-F from 8:30-5:30pm. Our process will be to screen resumes and then we will be inviting qualified candidates in for interview.Contact: Jennifer Leib, MCA at email@example.com
Hello! I have been self employed for over 20 years and have built a successful coffee shop. I am considering life after food service and a possible career change. I am seeking career advice to narrow down a field to pursue that utilizes my natural aptitudes. Any help would be greatly appreciated.warmly,Dan
If you're an incoming business, law or undergrad student looking for a room near campus please consider this room!Located three blocks off campus, this townhouse has 2 bedrooms and 1 1/2 bathrooms. New flooring, plumbing, furnace, paint and fireplace insert have recently been installed. Enjoy the beauty of a tree lined street, conveniently located near Willamette University, Salem Hospital, downtown and nearby elementary schools.The home is located at 1533 Mill St. SE Salem, OR 97301Rent is $375/mo and a $375 deposit is required at the time of leaseBackground, credit check and lease requiredSadly no pets.If you're interested please send me a message or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just remodeled, two bedroom, one bath cottage-style home in beautiful, historic Salem neighborhood. This home features a large, fenced yard with lots of natural light inside. New flooring, plumbing, furnace, paint and fireplace insert have recently been installed. Enjoy the beauty of a tree lined street, conveniently located near Willamette University, Salem Hospital, downtown and nearby elementary schools - an excellent location for walking and biking. The home is located at 280 23rd St. SE Salem, OR 97301Rent is $900/mo and a $900 deposit is required at the time of leasePets will be considered with a $250 deposit per petBackground, credit check and lease required Please contact Diane at 503.559.2865 for additional information.
Oregon DEQ has an exceptional opportunity for candidates interested in serving as a Senior Policy Analyst in our Materials Management Section, which plans and implements policies, programs and projects to reduce impacts of materials and products throughout their life cycle, from design and production through distribution, consumption and use and management at end-of-life. This position will support implementation of Materials Management in Oregon: 2050 Vision and Framework for Action. The successful candidate will work closely with the program’s management team, legislative analyst and senior project staff and will lead and participate in teams evaluating and developing policy options, administrative rules, legislative proposals and strategic plans for the program as well as specific projects. S/he will conduct extensive engagement with stakeholders on specific projects, policies and legislative issues. Experience in materials management, including extended producer responsibility, is desirable but not required. This recruitment closes August 13. For additional details, visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1180846/operations-and-policy-analyst-3-senior-policy-analyst
Our growing six-attorney business law firm seeks a career-minded legal assistant to support our busy national commercial real estate law practice. The ideal candidate will have excellent oral and written communications skills and a keen eye for detail. The ideal candidate will also have a solid ability to work with others and to prioritize, manage tasks and work under tight deadlines. Experience in commercial real estate work preferred but not required. We will train the right person for this opportunity. Every member of our team is valued. As you advance in your knowledge and experience, you will advance in responsibility and pay.Employer: Law Office of Connolly & Malstrom (Salem, OR)Name: Shauna PurcellTitle: Office ManagerE-mail: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.connollypc.comPhone: (503) 585-2054Fax: (503) 584-7037Address: 245 Commercial St SE< Ste 215Salem, OR97301 United States$18.00+ commensurate with experienceCover letter and resume by August 15th to: firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a question for a current employee at Boeing in Seattle and would love to make a connection. Thnk you,Julie Burr Adams '89
I am hoping to start a student organization on campus next semester that will bring Willamette's musicians and artists into local hospitals, and I want to find a group to help me get this started. We have a campus full of creative people and philanthropists, and this organization should cost almost nothing to run, so it shouldn't be hard. I start this group because I am disappointed that despite the rapid pace of advancement in medical technology, the social environment of a modern hospital can be very dull and stressful. Chronic patients spend weeks in hospitals with not much company, and not enough to do, giving them plenty of time to lose their sense of dignity and acquire a toxic sense of self-pity in its place.I think that human presence, music, and creativity are some of the strongest antidotes to this psychological problem. I have a relative who made a career of this kind of work, and she has countless miracle stories to tell about its effectiveness. I have no doubt that this kind of work can make the difference between life and death, and no doubt that it will be a lot of fun, and very rewarding to share our creativity and enthusiasm with people who will truly benefit from it and appreciate it. I cannot promise that the hospital will allow us to work there, but I am optimistic, and I think we have a much better chance convincing them if we can show that many students are excited about doing this. If you have a passion for art, music, or storytelling, or just want to help this group get off the ground, please contact me at email@example.com. Also, add me on Facebook, and I'll start an online group for us. I'm excited to get this going!
Hi all!If you're planning on going to River Rock concerts in the coming weeks, contact me for discounted tickets. Tomorrow's concert features celtic band, the Young Dubliners! Next week, country singer Frankie Ballard comes to town. These concerts are held at Salem's Riverfront Park and both start at 7 pm. If you want discounted tickets, feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Hi!I am a current undergrad at Willamette University looking to refine and professionalize my photography skills. I have been independtly learning and exploring photography for over a year, and would love to take it from being a hoby / passion into a part-time or full time profession. I am looking to learn portrait photography and expand my knowledge of landscape photography, as well as experience the professional side to photography hands-on. I am looking for a intership or mentorship opportunity at a local gallery, studio, and or with a locally based photographer. The position does not need to be paid, as I am more than happy to offer up my assistence in exchange for hands-on, real world and technical experience, as well as furthering my connections within the professional photography community. That being said, I will not turn down a paid position. If you're aware of anyone who might be interested in offering such a position, or would like to see copies of my work in order to refer me to someone you know,Please feel free to contact me via email at: email@example.com
Passing the word along about the downtown YMCA seeking part-time "Membership Specialist"Here's what I know:Hours: Saturday from 9am-2pm; Sunday from 12:45-6pmDuties: Give toursProgram & membership registrationManage front desk operations including handling money, customer interactions, answering phones, etc.suitable for college student or mature high school studentIf you'd like more details, please respond to this ad and I will email you the job description and application.Thank you!
Hello, I am a recent graduate and I was wondering if I could get any grad school advice or if anyone has heard of any possible job openings in the Oregon and Washington State area. I majored in Exercise Science, any help would be great!
Hello!I graduated Willamette in 2014 with a degree in Environmental Science, and my passion is food - eating it, growing it, cooking it, thinking about it - and all the complexities therein, ie. food justice, sustainable agriculture, etc. I'm looking to move to the thriving metropolis that is Seattle and set down some roots in the food movement there. I'm hoping to connect with people for both informational interviews and potential employment opportunities.A little about me: I have practical experience in many aspects of the food system, from grower, to picker, cook, waitress, manager, and now garden educator at an emergency food bank. I am a very people-oriented person who loves connecting people and planning events. I would like to be involved in a capacity where I am making real positive change on the food system.Thanks!
If you're an incoming business or law student looking for a room near campus please consider this room!Located in the Fairmount Neighborhood 1.6 miles south of campus, the home has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Lots of character in this historic neighborhood! Current residents are me, an admission counselor (who's gone a lot!) at the CLA, and a part-time roommate who's a night nurse at the Salem hospital. The part-time roommate is here on average 8-10 days/month.Total rent, $895/month + apprx. $150-200/month, would subtract part-time roommate's amount (per diem at $20/day), and would then be split evenly between us. Roommate should be prepared to spend on average $500/month.No move-in fees/deposits are required, but applicant will be required to complete a credit check with landlord. Sadly no pets.If you're interested please send me a message. I have photos I'm happy to share!
We are looking for someone to stay and take care of our pets in our house in South Salem from August 11-25. We have one very friendly dog, two cats, and several mellow fish. Responsibilities would include walking the dog twice a day, cleaning litter boxes, keeping everyone fed. We live approximately 10 minutes south of campus/downtown by car; we are also close to a bike path. Pay is negotiable.Please respond to Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org
I earned my BA Music at Willamette, and I am now an MBA student at Oregon State University. I am wondering who I should talk to about careers in technology, business consulting, and/or higher education in the Seattle, Portland, and Corvallis metro areas. While these are very different career aspirations, I would like to be a change agent in any company or organization. I would like to position myself to become involved with a firm that does strategy consulting or helping troubled companies stay afloat and provide education to thrive from whatever status they are at. During my time as Phi Delta Theta Fraternity president at Willamette, I learned I thrived in managing goals and setting timelines for my executive committee to meet. While success was varied due to our student schedules, I enjoyed the pressures the position provided and seeing the outcomes of my team's direct decisions manifest in the organization.
Check JobCat for a position opening for an entry-level, career-minded legal assistant that's needed to support a busy national commercial real estate law practice in Salem. They will train! Bachelor's degree needed, but not in any particular field. Check out the full description here: https://willamette-csm.symplicity.com/students/index.php/pid438180?
MG is looking to fill an Associate or Senior Associate position in our Chicago office. Are you a strong project manager who thrives in a fast-paced environment? We’re looking for a professional to conduct research as well as develop, implement, and evaluate strategies on a wide range of issues for our clients and teams. Does this sound like fun? Please review the the full position description and apply. Send a cover letter, resume and two writing samples (examples include but are not limited to: press release, social media post(s), case study, article, website content, etc.) to email@example.com. Position open until filled.MG founder and creative director is Eric Friedenwald Fishman '88, who also sits on Willamette's Board of Trustees.
Hello!I am diving head first into the job market and it sure has been an interesting experience so far. I'm hoping that the switchboard can help point me in the right direction!While my degree was in Mathematics with a minor in Computer Science, my current goal is to utilize my experience at WITS (Willamette Integrated Technology Services) as an IT Specialist and Help Desk Assistant to help improve the IT and/or other support services at other organizations within the northwest. My experience includes working closely with Willamette personnel in solving their computing problems, ranging from network issues to computer setups and A/V needs. I believe that WITS has been a great stepping stone in terms of solid work experience and skills (not to mention the people, who have been fantastic to work with), and so I would like to take that experience and apply it elsewhere.In my own personal time I have been expanding upon my own technical skills in learning how to build and maintain websites as well as exploring applications of web technologies.My long-term goals involve becoming more involved in IT system administration and/or web development. Whether that involves more education or just finding the right job opportunities is undecided for me as of yet, but I want to reach out to the alumni association to see if there are other possible avenues that maybe I just haven't explored yet.Any advice or ideas towards this would be greatly appreciated! I have also included a link to my resume here.Cheers,Taylor Mutch
Hello everyone!I translated a Young Adult / children's book. Now, I need help to make the text more suitable for an American audience.The book, Yan Bibiyan: The Incredible Adventures of a Kid, was published in 1933 in Bulgaria. It has been been a beloved classic ever since.Since it was written in a colloquial village dialect, and almost 100 years ago, the style can be pretty difficult at times. It's even more challenging when trying to remain faithful to the original.The author's welcome: "...you will learn how our hero became friends with a little devil named Fyut, how this imp exchanged his head with one made of clay, how our hero ended up in the magic kingdom of the great wizard Mirilailai and how, after many marvelous and brave adventures, he saved himself. His suffering and his battle to free himself from evil ennobled his soul, made him brave and resourceful."The text is 40 pages long (about 27,000 words).Please get back to me and I can send you the Google Documents link.PS. If you're a native Spanish speaker, I can also send you that version.
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ABOUT THE JOB: Beaverton City Library (in Beaverton, Oregon) seeks a creative, organized and enthusiastic individual with exceptional communication skills to help us promote our library services and programs. This position will provide administrative support, design print materials, enhance our social media presence, update our website, write copy, and produce visual layouts for public information materials.With two locations, Beaverton City Library hosts over 2700 visitors daily who check out over 10,000 items each day. Over 54,000 people attended almost 2000 programs last year. This position will help library staff create and distribute materials designed to publicize programs, explain library services, and raise the profile of the library in the greater Beaverton community.The ideal candidate will have strong writing skills; some web, photography, and video production experience; advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office software; excellent attention to detail; and the ability to juggle multiple projects and deadlines seamlessly. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB: A Support Specialist 2 generally works in an office setting, serving a diverse community of library users by developing flyers, brochures and posters; distributing print materials to partner organizations and businesses throughout the community; updating the library webpage; entering library events into web-based community calendars; serving as a member of the library’s social media teams; building the library’s inventory of photographs, videos and other digital assets; creating presentations for public speaking engagements; and coordinating other marketing activities. This position will have a set schedule but may occasionally require evening and weekend work. TO QUALIFY:A bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing or related field is required. Requires knowledge of practices, tools and techniques used to create effective marketing and publicity materials. Requires the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, volunteers and the general public. Some knowledge of public library and their operations is highly desirable. The ability to speak, read and write in Spanish is highly desirable, and may qualify the successful candidate for a pay differential. Requires a valid driver’s license and the ability to meet the City’s driving standards. HOW TO APPLY: All interested individuals may apply by submitting a City of Beaverton application form along with a response to the supplemental question to the Human Resources Department, The Beaverton Building, 12725 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton, OR 97005 by July 24. Applications may be completed at www.BeavertonOregon.gov.Supplemental Question: Please describe your experience creating flyers, presentations, brochures and other print media. What is your skill level with MS Publisher, PowerPoint and photo-editing software?
I have been out of Willamette for a year and have been living in the Bay Area. I am looking for positions in Finance or Data Analysis at an entry level. Internships will work for me too. I really appreciate any help I can get.
Firesteed Cellars is searching for personable, motivated individuals to work in our Tasting Room. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have or be eligible for OLCC permit, reliable, be able to lift 40 - 45 lbs. Wine knowledge a plus but not necessary, wine appreciation a must. We are located 15 minutes west of Salem on Hwy. 99 W. Please email resume for consideration.
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