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Associate Director of Community Wellness
El Programa Hispano Catolico
Our Community Wellness Department houses our community-based programs addressing social determinants of health including Aging Services and Community Health Workers with a primary focus on food security, elder services, farmworker outreach, and healthcare navigation. The Associate Director of Community Wellness is a senior level position that oversees the strategic goals and objectives of the Community Wellness Department and is responsible for service delivery, program implementation, administrative coordination, quality assurance and advocacy. The position will report to the Executive Director, and work closely with the Executive and Leadership Teams.

El Programa Hispano Católico (EPHC) is a culturally specific organization providing an interrelated range of services and programs to advance racial equity and social justice through the power of our Latinx culture, community and self-determination. To learn more:

COMPENSATION: Salary range is $60,000 - $70,000


TO APPLY: Please submit your cover letter and resume at:
Housing Hotline Specialist
Council For The Homeless
CFTH is seeking a Housing Hotline Specialist that plays an integral role in ending homelessness within Clark County. The role is responsible for providing excellent customer service, accurate information and direct housing connections to individuals calling the Housing Hotline. The specialist interacts in a trauma-informed, professional and knowledgeable manner over the phone with people seeking housing services, with the purpose of screening callers for emergency shelter and housing programs. Supportive, empathetic customer service will be provided to those experiencing a housing crisis. Accurate data entry, positive partner engagement and consistent communication with supervisor is also needed.
Career Advisor
Clark College
Clark College is currently accepting applications for a full-time, 12-month, exempt Career Advisor in the Career Services department. The Career Services team supports community members, prospective students, dual-enrolled high school students, adults returning to college, first-generation, low-income, underrepresented, international, and transfer students. This position is responsible for guiding current and prospective students and community members in career exploration and processes for effective career and education decision making; and contributing to career development curriculum creation, and instructional support. This position is not eligible for remote work full-time; a hybrid remote schedule may be available.

At Clark, we value equity, diversity, and inclusion. We are committed to growing, learning, and supporting our employees.
Early Interventionist/Early childhood special education
DDSD-Multnomah Early Childhood Program
Work with children, families, and childcare/preschools who have children ages birth to 5 years old who have developmental delays and special needs.
Director of Development and Partner Giving
Clark College Foundation
Clark College Foundation, in direct support of Clark College and its mission, is currently accepting
applications for a full time, exempt Director of Development and Partner Giving (Director).
Reporting to the VP of Development, the Director will work closely with the Clark College
Foundation CEO and Advancement Services to identify, qualify, cultivate and solicit major gifts to
support the work of Clark College. They will manage a list of major gift prospects and include a
strong stewardship plan; a high level of prospect contact; and creative and strategic thinking to
advance the foundation’s fundraising efforts. The Director works collaboratively with the
foundation team, as well as all members of Clark College’s community.
Program Coordinator, Student & Educator Engagement
Washington Alliance for Better Schools
Washington Alliance for Better Schools (WABS) is hiring a Program Coordinator for our student and educator programs team. WABS provides K-12 after school programming and career connected learning in 13 public school districts.

The primary role of this position is to support the planning and implementation of student and educator programs that create connections between volunteers from regional employers and students across member school districts. This position also supports programs that foster learning through healthcare partners, long-term teams of educators, and other career-connected experiences.
Dean of Business and Health Services (BHS)
Clark College
Policy Associate- Math Pathways | Student Success Center
Washington State Board of Community and Technical Colleges
This position provides leadership and policy guidance for the integration of multiple math and placement initiatives into the Guided Pathways framework. As a member of the Student Success Center team, this 18 month, grant funded position will support the mission of SBCTC and priorities of equity and completion by providing for the full integration of various projects, initiatives, and strategies designed to support the state’s education policy areas, with particular emphasis on math pathways, math co-requisites, and placement. Activities include the planning, development and scaling of a co-requisite math pathways learning community into the Guided Pathways learning agenda and overall student success framework. The position reports to the Director of Student Success Center in support of the SBCTC’s statewide scaling of Guided Pathways implementation.
Provost & VP for Academic Affairs
Western Oregon University
As the university’s chief academic officer, and reporting directly to the President, the Provost has oversight responsibility for academic affairs, which includes all colleges, Hamersly Library, graduate programs, the Sponsored Projects Office, The Research Institute, international programs, academic advising, and the registrar.
AVP of People Strategy, Equity, and Culture
Portland Community College
The Associate Vice President of People Strategy, Equity, and Culture leads, develops, and implements equity, employee relations, employee civil rights, organizational learning, employee engagement, and workplace culture strategies, programs, and policies. This position is responsible for recommending fair and equitable employment decisions that are responsive to a diverse workforce and in a unionized environment. This position reports directly to the Vice President of People Strategy, Equity, and Culture and serves as a key member of the President’s Cabinet (senior leadership team).
VP of People Strategy, Equity, & Culture / Chief Diversity Officer
Portland Community College
The Vice President of People Strategy, Equity, and Culture provides leadership, direction, and organization to the development and implementation of Portland Community College’s (PCC) diversity, equity, inclusion, and human resources strategy. This position reports directly to the Office of the President, operates as the Chief Diversity Officer for PCC, and serves as a key member of the President’s Cabinet (senior leadership team). This role is responsible for leading and operationalizing the vision for PCC’s people and culture to best support PCC’s mission and values.
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