Activities Director

The Recovery Outreach Community Center (ROCC), a non-profit organization promoting mental health and personal growth using practical, non-clinical, peer-driven approaches, is looking for an outgoing, energetic self-starter to help sustain and strengthen the community using and orbiting around our Northeast Salem drop-in center. As Activities Director, you will plan and promote social and recreational events large and small, including a wide variety of fresh, fun and educational activities.

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Weatherization Technician

Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency is taking applications for a weatherization technician.

POSITION SUMMARY Performs prescribed general heat loss and air infiltration measures to improve the efficiency and corrects situations threatening the health and safety of qualified housing according to Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) specifications, per local, state, federal and WAP guidelines and regulations. Performs high quality repairs, upgrade and construction tasks that pass program inspection. l
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Weatherization Auditor/Inspector

Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency is taking applications for a weatherization auditor/inspector.

POSITION SUMMARY Perform Energy Audits to accurately model the home using software to help determine cost effective weatherization measures and repairs necessary to improve the efficiency of the home. Conducts a Health and Safety assessment to look for potential hazards that can be threatening to client or building structure, this can be structural, environmental or physical hazards.

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Veteran Services Case Manager

Full time position located at the ARCHES Project. The Case Manager will be responsible for providing assessment, goal planning, and case management support for eligible participants enrolled in the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program and/or EHA Vet DRF. The programs serve individuals and families who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness, with at least one Veteran residing in the household. This position will conduct outreach to connect with Veterans experiencing homelessness in Marion and Polk counties, with the intent to engage homeless Veterans in the one or more of our veteran programs.

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Marketing and Communications Manager

Marion-Polk Food Share is looking for an experienced Marketing and Communications Manager. The purpose of this position is to engage the community with the Food Share’s mission and to inspire action through effective communication and marketing. They will do this through our web site, email, social media, printed materials, advertising and media relations. This position is 30 hours per week and offers vacation, sick and holiday pay, but does not include medical benefits.

To be considered for this position, please supply a cover letter, current resume and application to our website.

Coordinated Entry System Specialist

NOW HIRING – Located at the ARCHES Project, the Coordinated Entry System Specialist will be responsible for assisting with continuing development coordination and implementation of successful agency and community practices around coordinated access to social services.

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Executive Support

The Salem Area Chamber of Commerce, a 501/C/6 member based not for profit, is seeking qualified applicants to fulfill the role of Executive Support.

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Branch Manager

The Branch Director manages daily operations at a Boys & Girls Club branch, including delivery of a comprehensive, outcome-driven program for youth, supervision and training of staff and volunteers, management of a dedicated youth facility, oversight of an annual budget of up to $200,000, active engagement and support of a Parent Advisory Committee (PAC), school and community relations, and membership administration.

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 Superintendent

Salem Academy Christian Schools is seeking an experienced Superintendent to oversee the educational and business activties of the school.  Learn More

 Development & Community Relations Director

Willamette Humane Society is seeking a full-time Development & Community Relations Director (DCRD) is responsible for advancing fundraising and resources for the organization through community relations, communications and marketing, volunteer resources, and fundraising.  As a member of the leadership team, the DCRD must consistently exemplify, mentor, and reinforce Willamette Humane Society (WHS) values and mission-driven culture of service.
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Director of Development

Position Overview: The Director of Development (DD) designs and implements the funding strategies of Christian Community Placement Center (CCPC) in cooperation with the Board of Directors, Fund Development Committee, and Executive Director. Priority funding strategies for CCPC include responding to RFPs, raising major gifts, annual giving campaigns, outreach to area church congregations, business contributions and sponsorships, foundations grants, and one or two annual fundraising events.  Read More

Veteran Services Case Manager

The Arches Project works to empower people to change their lives and exit poverty. This position is responsible for providing assessment, goal planning and case management support for eligible participants enrolled in the Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program.

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Bilingual Customer Service Coordinator

Polk County Resource Center is searching for a full-time Bilingual Customer Service Coordinator responsible for customer service and clerical assistance.
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Housing Assistance Program Case Manager

The Arches Project is seeking temporary, full-time position for a case manager responsible for providing assessment, goal planning and case management support for eligible participants.
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Workforce Literacy Specialist

The Workforce Literacy Program Specialist (WLPS) is responsible for organizing, implementing, and coordinating the workplace ESOL program in Oregon counties.  The WLPS’s work will be vital to the program’s expansion and continued success
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Teacher

The Head Start Teacher works with children to promote children’s growth in the areas of social-emotional, physical, cognitive and language development. Involves families in every aspect of their child’s development, including facilitating program involvement, accessing local resources; and collaborating with community partners.
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Bus Driver Trainer

The Head Start Driver Trainer as part of transportation team to provide support in all aspects of the Head Start Program. Provides support to the Transportation Supervisor in the area of daily operations, bus driver mentoring and training.
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Lead Teacher (1, 2, 3)

The Lead Teacher works in partnership with the Regional Team Resource Specialist to provide support, coaching, guidance, and supervision of Teachers, Assistants, classroom aides, and parent custodians in their assigned classrooms. Works closely with other team members to facilitate and nurture children’s physical, social-emotional, and cognitive and language development, and establishes and maintains a positive child-oriented environment. Participates in program planning and training. Works with families in child development activities, parent involvement, and accessing community re-sources; and collaborates with community partners.
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Awesome Youth Sports- Basketball Referee

The Awesome Youth Sports Basketball Referee will work in partnership with team members, volunteers, youth and parents to coordinate and implement game day activities. The referee will work to maintain a positive environment for everyone involved by: ensuring gyms are open, games start on time, keeping players safe, officiating games, interacting with the volunteers/families, etc.
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Volunteer Tutor Coordinator

This position is responsible for overseeing volunteers of the Mid-Valley Literacy Center (MVLC).  The person in this position is expected to work with the Executive Director to provide oversight and coordination of all volunteers.  This person will represent and promote the mission and vision of the MVLC in the community.  The position requires the ability to work with minimal supervision, requires sound judgment, and a high degree of personal integrity.
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