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Wildfire Recovery Program Coordinator
Fortaleza Atravez Barreras
The Wildfire Recovery Program Coordinator will lead a team of Peer Support Specialists in serving fire impacted communities in the Santiam Canyon. Duties include outreach to disadvantaged communities, research of existing barriers to accessible recovery services, developing a plan for overcoming those barriers, and educating the community on fire resiliency strategies along with how to self-care in an effort to promote recovery.
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Director of Development
We’re looking for a new Director of Development, our first time bringing someone on in a full-time capacity to support our fundraising efforts! PSM has over two thousand interested and supportive community members who are connected to our impact and want to invest in our work. This is your chance to apply your experience and skills to build an impactful development program with exponential growth to support our capacity and resilience as an organization. Help us advance our mission to improve the health and wellbeing of our houseless community members through relationship, trust, and care.

Employment Status: Salaried, exempt from overtime
Location & Schedule: Partially remote, partially on-site at PSM’s Admin Offices (2717 NE Broadway Street, Portland, OR 97232). Some local travel throughout the county to community sites may be required. Full-time, 40 hours/week.
Compensation: $83,200 - $95,680 per year ($40 - $46 per hour), depending on experience (above $44 per hour reserved for those who exceed qualification criteria); additional $0.50 offered if bilingual in English and Spanish. Hiring wage is determined using a standardized process that considers employment and lived experience, applicable knowledge and skills, training and education. Staff are paid twice per month.
Grants Management Assistant
Oregon Community Foundation
Grants Administration - Percentage of Time: 70%

Conduct data entry of grant recommendations and grantee information in compliance with OCF policies and departmental procedures
Review and interpret incoming grant information in partnership with program and donor relations teams
Perform due diligence on current and potential grantees, including in-depth research and interpretation of information to make informed, independent decisions
Lead weekly award and decline communication processes
Provide technical support and customer service support to nonprofits
Manage grantee data records to ensure data integrity and accuracy
Track and manage flow of grantee evaluations that are submitted to OCF
Maintain grant files via paper or electronic document management systems
Contact nonprofit organizations to obtain additional information related to grant recommendations, compliance, and payments
Provide back-up for weekly grant approval, including sending review and approval reports
Create mailings and communications with grantees
Assist with data entry and validation of nonprofit ACH registration
Coordinate regular data reviews and clean-up processes to maintain overall data integrity
Assist the department in maintenance of policies and procedures for grants processing
Train new staff on grants management processes
Administrative Support - Percentage of Time: 25%

Participate in and occasionally lead efforts to develop and improve grants management systems and processes
Assist with data collection, analysis and presentation
Prepare materials for meetings and events
Coordinate internal and external communication efforts for Grants Management team
Update relevant OCF website pages, donor portal, and grantee portal to ensure up-to-date information is provided
Participate on inter-departmental teams regarding organizational policies, processes and work environment
Handle and sort incoming grantee mail through email, U.S. mail and fax

Oral Historian
National Indian Boarding School Digital Archive
Oral Historians (three individuals) will interview and document the oral histories of survivors of Indian Boarding Schools in the United States over a 2-year period. This unprecedented collection of recorded experiences of boarding school survivors is part of a large project of the National Native American Board School Healing Coalition (NABS). Oral Historians will be supervised by and provided guidance by the Oral History Project Senior Director.
The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition is boldly leading the movement for truth, justice and healing for Indigenous peoples impacted by U.S. Indian boarding schools. We are Indigenous-led with 100% of the Board of Directors and Officers being Native American and Alaska Native.
● We are a coalition of 955 members and growing, including Tribal Nations, Tribal enrolled individuals, allies, and organizations.
● We use our coalition voice to educate others about the truth of the Indian boarding school policies, experiences, and genocidal legacy.
● We expose the truth about Indian boarding schools through research and education.
● We lead action towards justice and healing for our children, families, and communities.
● We advocate for accountability through policy change at all levels, including the call for a
federal Truth and Healing Commission on Indian boarding schools.
● We make resources available to raise awareness and support healing from the
intergenerational trauma Native peoples continue to experience.
● We are publicly launching the National Indian Boarding School Digital Archive (NIBSDA)
this year, a first-of-its-kind Digital Asset Management System capable of organizing and displaying historical boarding school records and materials for every identified boarding school institution.

Title: Oral Historian
Job Type: Full-Time, grant-funded
Salary: $60,000-$70,000 annual
Location: Varies; frequent travel required
Applications Due: August 31, 2023
NAMI Connects Peer Mentor
Come join our team of Peer Support Specialists (PSS)! NAMI Multnomah is looking for a Peer Mentor for our NAMI Connects Program. NAMI Connects is a peer-based, mental health support and navigation program uniquely designed for the hospital emergency department. In this program, Peer Mentors support adult peers admitted to one of the metro area’s Providence Emergency Departments for urgent psychiatric care, and their families. You can find the full details here.

Family Partner- Wraparound & MRSS
Come join our team of Family Partners! Family Partners support families in Multnomah County who are participating in Wraparound Services and/or Mobile Response & Stabilization Services (MRSS). Family Partners support and walk alongside these families to optimize the mental health services their child receives. A key feature of this position is that Family Partners have lived experience as a parent or caregiver of a child/youth with mental health, emotional, or behavioral health difficulties. Family Partners use this lived experience, along with knowledge of social service systems (e.g., mental health, developmental disabilities, child welfare, juvenile justice), to support other families. You can find the full job description here.
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