SPRINGDALE JOB CORPS CENTER31224 East Historic Columbia River Hwy., Troutdale OregonJOB ANNOUNCEMENT Position: Academic Instructor - PIVOT Req. : 6016BR Posting Date: October 5, 2015 – October 23, 2015____________________________________________________________________________________ Summary of Duties:Academic instructor with ability to teach multiple levels of mathematics and to implement innovative teaching methods. Preference given to candidates familiar with computer technology as a teaching tool. Position is at PIVOT, Springdale’s satellite location located in Northwest Portland, Oregon. An electronic application is required for consideration.To apply to the above job, go to: www.mtcjobs.com JOB REQUIREMENTS(Education, Experience, & Professional Association)Mandatory:Bachelor’s DegreeValid Teaching Certificate in state of employmentValid Driver’s License in state of residence with acceptable driving record. Computer Proficient Preferred:· One year instructional experience· Math Endorsement 4 Chugach World Services is an Equal Opportunity EmployerFemales, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.We Value Diversity
If you or someone you know would like to apply for a job at Zillow please have them email me their contact info and resume to Andreasm@zillow.com. We have jobs in Seattle, San Francisco, Irvine, New York, Lincoln Nebraska, and Vancouver BC. All current job openings: http://www.zillow.com/jobs/openings/?l=NationalThe benefits, work/life balance, company culture and emphasis on innovation is awesome at Zillow. Also for this month only, if you refer a candidate for full time tech job at any of our locations and they get hired, Zillow will pay you $2,000 as a reward.Tech jobs that qualify:Software Development Engineers Senior & those w/less experienceBack End, Full Stack, Front EndTest EngineersProgram ManagersProduct ManagersRelease Managershttp://www.zillow.com/jobs/openings/?c=Technology
Location: Tiffany Center, Crystal BallroomDate: 10/12/2015Description:Want to change the world? There's a degree for that!At the Idealist Grad Fair, you can:- Learn about admissions requirements and application deadlines for graduate programs in social work, public policy, nonprofit management, international affairs, public interest law, social entrepreneurship, and many more- Speak with graduate admissions advisors from local, national and international universitiesThe fair is free and open to anyone considering graduate school. Cost:FreeEvent Website:http://www.idealist.org/view/fair/bzHNMxx4pNcp/view
Hello!I am a motivated Rhetoric & Media Studies major at Willamette University in search of a marketing, PR, messaging, or communications internship in Portland for Spring semester (January through May 2016). This internship would be a top priority for me as I'm looking to seriously develop skills in this field. I have experience in fundraising, event planning, and intercultural communications, but have much enthusiasm to learn even more. I'd be very grateful to hear of any connections anyone has. -Hannah Nord
We have a brand-new, unused GE range that came with our house. The sellers' realtor accidentally cracked the glass top. It is this model, http://products.geappliances.com/appliance/gea-product-search?Ntt=JB650SF4SS&x=0&y=0 It lists for $700-800.The top would have to be replaced for the burners to work (the oven works fine). A new top would cost about $400. We would just like to get it out of our garage. Please email me if email@example.com. Thanks.
Disability Rights Oregon is looking for an intern with experience in film to help make an educational video about technologies to help people with disabilities vote.Oregon offers a number of accommodations, including an alternate format ballot (AFB) which lets a voter with disabilities mark a ballot on their computer or mobile device, print off a ballot summary, and return it to their county. This video would explain the process to voters in a way that is both clear and engaging. Disability Rights Oregon will consult with the Oregon Elections Division throughout the project.Contact: Esther Harlow at eharlow [at] droregon [dot] org
Abiqua Academy, Salem's newest college preparatory high school, is seeking a Latin tutor/mentor to work with a ninth grade boy taking an online Latin I course. Help with organization and time management, as well as language development and pronunciation. Provide own transportation to Abiqua Academy, 6974 Bates Road S., once or twice per week. Total of 2 - 4 hours per week, $20 per hour. Qualifications: Junior or Senior in Classical Studies (or alum), preferably with recommendation of Latin professor. Positive role model and patience required. Contact: Lily Driskill, Ed. D., Academic Deandriskill@abiquaacademy.org503-399-9020
Position InformationID:20759Employer:Portland TimbersDivision:N/ATitle:Staff AccountantPosition Type:Banking/Finance/Accounting/Insurance, Full-Time, PaidDescription:The Staff Accountant will be responsible for the day to day accounting functions of the Finance department. The person will report to the Senior Accountant and Vice President of Finance and Administration. The Staff Accountant will work with all departments for receivables and payables and analysis projects. Staff Accountant will also be responsible for vault maintenance and assist with cash controls for games and events. This position does require attendance at most events, including some evenings and weekends.Responsibilities: • Account Payables o Get approval, enter, track and pay invoices in a timely mannero Resolve discrepancies on statementso Track, record and reconcile all credit card transactionso Maintain and record bill backs, including invoicingo Manage per diem/cash requests• Accounts Receivableo Reporting of daily & weekly New Era sales and credit card transactionso Daily depositso Tracking of youth transactions-including promissory notes & payments• Cash Managemento Maintain vault for games and eventso Reconcile daily vault cash and deposit• General Dutieso Back up for administrative staff, reception coverage occasionallyo Other duties as assignedLocation:Location 1Nation WideyesCityState/ProvinceNationwideCountryUnited StatesQualifications:Required Qualifications:• Prior administrative work experience in a professional environment• Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance with applicable accounting coursework.• Attention to detail; strong organizational capability• Availability for game day work on weekends and occasional off-hours as needed• Highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to work independently when needed• Proven ability to handle confidential information• Proficient in all Microsoft office applicationsPreferred Qualifications:• Proficient in QuickBooksSalary Level:DOEHow to Apply:Please apply online:http://mls.teamworkonline.com/teamwork/r.cfm?i=87096 Update/overwrite with contact information
TV Multimedia JournalistKOBI-TV NBC5 in Medford, OR is looking for an enthusiastic and talented Multimedia Journalist to report newscasts on a full time basis. Join our cohesive, progressive news team if you have solid anchoring experience, a journalism degree, and experience reporting and enterprising stories. A good candidate will have a strong background in reporting, shooting, and editing. Proficiency with a newsroom computer system and social media experience are required.A good driving record and drug screening are pre-employment requirements. Our benefit package includes a 401k retirement plan, paid sick leave, paid vacations and paid holidays. The company pays the majority of the health care premium.Please send a cover letter, resume and link to your reel to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the physical address below:Craig Smullin, News DirectorKOBI TV NBC5/KOTI TV NBC2125 South Fir StreetMedford, OR 97501To be considered for this position, you must also include the following:1. The subject line of your email must include the job title listed above.2. The body of your email must include verbiage that includes the title of the job posting.Best regards, Chelsea MorrisDirector of Human ResourcesKOBI-TV/NBC5 & KOTI-TV/NBC 2125 South FirMedford, OR 97501Phone: 541-779-5555Fax: 541-779-5564
Hi,I'm looking for a commuter type area/studio/in-law in south Salem. Must have separate entrance, bedroom area, bathroom. Kitchenette and laundry access is a plus though not necessary. Working professional and WU grad!Thanks,
The law firm of Van Ness, Mooney, LLC., is seeking applicants for a legal assistant position: Law Firm practicing: Domestic Relations, Criminal Law, and Post Conviction Review.Report directly to James D. Van Ness.You are responsible for monitoring calendars, data entry regarding case management, maintaining files, typing forms, letters and other documents as required, scanning and photocopying, answering phones, and responding to the needs of clients. A part-time or full time job is being offered. We are looking for a detailed oriented person, with good communication skills, who seeks a legal career in the future. No prior experience required. Interviews will be conducted to fill the role. Please send resume and cover letter to Jim.VanNess@vnmlaw.orgVan Ness, Mooney, LLC., is an equal opportunity employer. James D. Van NessWillamette College of Law, Class of ‘98
We're hiring a staff accountant to join our finance department. If you’re interested, please apply via Teamworks and shoot me note. Here is the job description: Accountant The Staff Accountant will be responsible for the day to day accounting functions of the Finance department. The person will report to the Senior Accountant and Vice President of Finance and Administration. The Staff Accountant will work with all departments for receivables and payables and analysis projects. Staff Accountant will also be responsible for vault maintenance and assist with cash controls for games and events. This position does require attendance at most events, including some evenings and weekends.Required Qualifications:· Prior administrative work experience in a professional environment· Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance with applicable accounting coursework.· Attention to detail; strong organizational capability· Availability for game day work on weekends and occasional off-hours needs· Highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to work independently when needed· Proven ability to handle confidential information· Proficient in all Microsoft office applicationsPreferred Qualifications:· Proficient in QuickBooksResponsibilities: · Account Payables o Get approval, enter, track and pay invoices in a timely mannero Resolve discrepancies on statementso Track, record and reconcile all credit card transactionso Maintain and record bill backs, including invoicingo Manage per diem/cash requests· Accounts Receivableo Reporting of daily & weekly New Era sales and credit card transactionso Daily depositso Tracking of youth transactions-including promissory notes & payments· Cash Managemento Maintain vault for games and eventso Reconcile daily vault cash and deposit· General Dutieso Back up for administrative staff, reception coverage occasionallyo Other duties as assigned About Us: The Portland Timbers are in their fifth season in Major League Soccer. As the league’s 18th team, the Timbers play in the renovated Providence Park, an approximately 20,000 seat stadium in downtown Portland. The Timbers have sold out every regular season game in franchise history, a streak of 63 consecutive matches.Peregrine Sports LLC is an equal opportunity employer of all protected classes, including veterans a
Need leads for apartment or room in Salem, preferably close to the Oregon State Hospital.The info is for my mom, Dani, who has started her new job a nurse.If anyone can help, please call her at 503.484.8135 (or email email@example.com)Thanks, Bearcats!
Union Gospel Mission - SalemPOSITION TITLE: Director of DevelopmentREPORTS TO: Executive DirectorFLSA STATUS: ExemptLOCATION: Administrative Offices, 745 Commercial St. NE, Salem, OregonSTATUS: Full-TimeSALARY: $70,000, depending on experienceMission: Union Gospel Mission (UGM) of Salem is a Christ-centered ministry demonstrating God’s love by meeting physical, mental and spiritual needs of men, women and children in crisis.Purpose: Partnering with churches, individuals and organizations to maximize our effectiveness, we help the neediest of our community break the cycle of homelessness, addiction and incarceration as men and women experience dynamic transformation in following Christ, and become contributing members of our community.Overview: UGM of Salem seeks an experienced and dynamic development director to provide overall fundraising management for a financially sound $4.5 million Christian-based social service organization. The Development Director is responsible for building a successful fundraising, volunteer and in-kind donation program that supports the executive director’s goals in furthering UGM of Salem’s God-ordained ministry. The ideal candidate must be mission-driven, committed to leading with integrity, able to provide strong support and structure to UGM, and have an enthusiasm for raising money.Essential Functions and Responsibilities:Revenue GenerationMeet all revenue goals.Create and implement systems for effective identification, cultivation, and solicitation of new prospective donors.Lead the organization’s fundraising programs, including individual donors, annual campaigns, events, direct mail appeals and capital campaign preparations.Support the Executive Director in creating proposals and preparing for individual asks.Manage and build the in-kind donation, sales and growth of the UGM Mission Store.LeadershipManage the day-to-day operations of the Development Department.Lead long- and short-term Development Department planning, including budgeting, and revenue projections.Provide monthly development reports for board, leadership staff review and planning.Effectively supervise, manage, and coach staff building a strong and effective team.Model professionalism, hard work, and high ethical standards.Actively participate as a member of the senior leadership team.Participate in community outreach, fellowship and continued Christian growth.Maintain a positive, encouraging Christian work atmosphere by demonstrating and training staff in appropriate Customer Service C.A.R.E. standards.1. Committed – performs job with integrity – respects and honors others. 2. Attentive – models honesty and courtesy to all. Good listener. 3. Responsive – Takes responsibility for quality results. Serves effectively. 4. Excellent – Seeks to improve performance while providing excellent service.Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:Ability to research, design/develop, strategize, implement and sustain fundraising to advance the organization’s profile in the community and maximize resource development efforts.Commitment to helping UGM Salem increase revenue every year to better serve clients.Demonstrated ability to articulate the mission and support the executive director in making presentations to all levels of prospective donors and members of the community.Ability to cultivate and sustain relationships and work effectively with a wide variety of constituencies, including staff, program clients, organizational supporters, current and potential donors, Board members, and community partners.Interest in and experience with capital campaign feasibility studies and management.Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.Outstanding organizational and time management, delegation and follow-up skills.Proven ability to solve problems, work in a team environment, and meet deadlines and budgets.Additional Required Qualifications:Must agree with Union Gospel Mission of Salem’s Statement of Faith and Standards of Conduct.Bachelor’s degree required.Five years’ experience in Development in progressively responsible roles, with a minimum of five years in leadership or management role.Experience managing retail/mission store or other revenue sources, preferred.Capital campaign experience, preferred.Application Requirements:WVDO and Spire Management are proud to be working with the Union Gospel Mission-Salem on their search for a Director of Development. To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume and complete the screening questions.Application deadline: October 10, 2015.Apply here:https://wvdo-or.hiringthing.com/job/23960/director-of-development-salem
We are currently hiring PHP Engineers, a Customer Success Manager, Front End Engineers and UX/UI Designers. Click on the job title to see a description and message/email me if you're interested!Hope to hear from someone soon!
Sirona Technology is a start-up looking for a graphic design genius. A creative rebel. A misfit with restless energy, with tenacity, idealism, ambition and curiosity. Our business is medical tourism, and our focus is on both technology to drive patient education about treatments and destinations and on providing interactive marketing services to medical providers worldwide. What we need is simple: someone who can listen, think critically, ask questions and then perfectly interpret ideas and concepts graphically and artistically. We are looking for someone with the expertise in Illustrator and Photoshop and at least a working skill set with Adobe Edge. This will be either an hourly gig, or a project based gig to start with. For the right person, this could be ground floor access to a company that will re-shape and re-invent how patients and providers find each other, and how healthcare is delivered globally.If this sounds like you, and you have skills and the drive to have an impact, contact us. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sirona Technology is a well-funded, start-up looking for administrative support to help grown our expanding company. We are looking for the impossible: a detail oriented person who is also highly creative. The position will be a combination of the following responsibilities:1. Data entry and management 2. Social media management3. Content review and developmentWe are willing to train for the right person. We are looking to get someone started ASAP. We think this will be between 15 to 20 hours a week at an hourly rate between $12 to $15.If you are interested, please contact us. Contact us: email@example.com
The College of Law's Office of Admission will be hosting two practice LSAT tests this semester: Saturday, September 26 and Saturday, November 14, 2015. Both tests will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. in room 217. After the test, lunch will be provided while current Willamette 1L, Cody Gregg, hosts a "Tips and Tricks" workshop. For more information, please visit http://willamette.edu/law/admission/forms/pre-lsat/index.html - please note the sign up at the bottom of this link.
Hello,I'm consulting with Noé International to hire a full-time Development Associate. Noé was founded in 1992 and sponsors after-school English classes and activities for children from impoverished communities in Mexico. For more information, you can visit their website: noeinternational.com. This is an excellent opportunity for a new professional hoping to build a career in marketing and development. Please feel free to contact me with questions. Here is the position description.
Interested in improving local transit for future generations? The "Yes for Cherriots" ballot measure this coming November will fund late-night and weekend buses in the Salem-Keizer area. We need some extra feet on the ground to make this happen - no experience is necessary. For more information, visit http://www.yesforcherriots.com/ or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi WU Family, I'm starting Global Works Community Fund (GWCF), a budding non-profit organization with the simple goal of empowering Portland-area youth to build themselves - and their community - through participating in a service-based, experiential education program abroad. The overall goal is simple: to create a holistic educational program to empower all youth - regardless of financial limitations - to make connections with the world and its people, explore new strengths and capabilities, and search out their own opportunities to positively affect communities - both at home and abroad. By providing motivated, highly-recommended students with full scholarships to Global Works programs, we aim to spark global awareness, focus on one’s self and inspire local community engagement. This program is a multi-faceted, experiential education driven experience - first partnering with local schools and educational service providers in the Portland area for student recommendations, then pairing them with a local mentor for intentional, regular, judgement-free conversations about their community, goals, and challenges. These conversations would prepare the student for the main event - a multi-week summer experience on an international, experiential, service-learning trip. Post-trip the the student would complete a "bring it home" piece - either a service project of their own creation or in conjunction with a partnering organization in their community - with the goal of creating a ripple effect of community empowerment. The summer service component is especially powerful, and essential to GWCF's program. Research and experience has shown that completing a summer service program helps to develop a strong internal compass, more self confidence, and a greater sense of an adolescent's place in the world. This is especially impactful for low-income youth who wouldn't otherwise have the opportunity to make these discoveries. In this regard, GWCF is building on Global Works, LLC's 25 years of experience in intentional, community-based service immersion programs for U.S. high-school students. Global Works’ programs are intentionally designed to empower students to carry out long-term, sustainable service projects, which stem from the needs of the community itself, and are built upon many years of relationship-building and trust with local leaders and families in the community. There is often more than one service project throughout the program, as students move several times throughout their trip in order experience the most of the country possible – staying with homestays during the course of at least one of their projects, lasting about a week. Living situations are very different from home, challenging our students to step out of their comfort zone, communicate in new languages, eat new foods and adapt to a new lifestyle and culture - all the while collaborating, being flexible and pushing the limits of what they thought possible. Now I turn to you, WU Family. The start-up costs and overall success of Global Works Community Fund depends entirely on financial support from private donors, foundations and grants. This program has the potential to have a great impact on a select group of students the first year, with the goal of expanding in the years to come. All start-up costs, and work, is done pro bono and out of pocket by myself and the volunteer GWCF team. I am constantly building and expanding my network of potential donors and grants to apply for, but can always use more in order to diversify income sources and increase the chances of getting GWCF off the ground. If you, or anyone/organization you know of might be interested in collaborating with our mission, I would love to talk with you. This can come in the form of monetary donations, as a volunteer, or simply contact information. Even if you are just interested in learning more about what we're doing, or why we're doing it, please get in contact. Thank you for your time and interest in helping me empower our local, under-served youth. I have full confidence in this program, the model and the community's support. For anyone interested, I look forward to getting in touch! Sincerely, Mark Bennett ('10)801.652.5276
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We are looking for Medical Scribe candidates who are looking to gain valuable experience by working closely with physicians as a Medical Scribe for Essia Health. Our Medical Scribes assist directly with a physician team in a hospital to effectively and efficiently compile and complete detailed electronic medical records / patient charts. Scribing is an incredible experience that will allow you to develop an extensive medical knowledge base and on-the-job experience. This position is ideal for students & alumni looking to get into medical school or who plan to work in the medical field with over 85% of our Scribes achieving acceptance each year. Essia Health is looking to hire and train Medical Scribes to work for specialty clinics in the Salem, OR area! We offer part-time and full-time hours paying $10.00/hr.PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIESo Accompany physician while seeing patients and assist in recording patient history and physical exam findings into patient's chart / electronic medical record.o Organize all of patient's laboratory tests, medications, imaging studies, etc. and transcribe the results of the encounter into the patient's chart / electronic medical record.o Document all procedures completed and record all diagnostic test results.o Document any consultation made by physician to a patient's personal physician, on-call physician, consulting physician or family member.o Responsible for documenting all diagnoses, treatment plans, prescriptions, and discharge & follow up information for each patient.REQUIREMENTSo Must demonstrate ability to clearly and concisely communicate, orally and in writing.o Demonstrate a high level of maturity and possess strong interpersonal & organizational skills.o Minimum typing speed of 60 words / minute.o Computer literate.o Time commitment of one year for Scribes working part-time or full-time hours.- Must be available to work a minimum of 2-3 shifts per week equaling 24 hours or more. These shifts will be during clinic hours, Monday-Friday approximately 8:00am to 5:00pm.*MULTIPLE POSITIONS AVAILABLE NOW! PLEASE APPLY TODAY!For additional information and to download a copy of our application, please visit:https://essiahealth.com/application-instructionsPlease send all applications and/or questions to email@example.com.
Sirona Technology is a start-up looking for a graphic design genius. A creative rebel. Someone who doesn't always play well with others or follow the rules, but always puts the ultimate need of clients above all else. Our business is medical tourism, and our focus is on both technology to drive patient education about treatments and destinations and on providing interactive marketing services to medical providers worldwide. What we need is simple: someone who can listen to our business model, our vision and the needs of our clients and then perfectly interpret them graphically. We are looking for someone with the expertise in Illustrator and Photoshop and at least a working skill set with Adobe Edge. This will be either an hourly gig, or a project based gig to start with. For the right person, this could be ground floor access to a company that will re-shape and re-invent how patients and providers find each other, and how healthcare is delivered globally.If this sounds like you, and you have skills and the drive to have an impact, contact us.Contact us: info @ sironatechnology. com
Hi there!I'm a recent graduate looking at Masters of Divinity programs. Just curious if any other folks on Switchboard have gone on to get their MDiv.I just have some questions about applications, how you searched, financial aid, etc.Happy to buy someone coffee or something in return for sitting down with me to chat about this!Thanks,Jess(503) 758 firstname.lastname@example.org
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