Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Oregon Nonprofit Leaders Conference
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Oregon Coast Council for the Arts The Financial Manager position is responsible for maintaining and improving the efficient and effective financial operations of the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts (OCCA) – a non-profit arts organization located in Newport, OR. This includes maintaining financial records, handling payroll and all accounting duties in accordance with GAAP. This position will utilize strong non-profit accounting knowledge, time management skills, attention to detail and effective problem solving to ensure success. This position is eligible both for in person and/or for remote or work-from-home status for someone living in Oregon.
Business and Donor Relations Manager
Living Opportunities Inc Responsible for helping Living Opportunities to achieve its job development and annual fundraising goals. Responsible for maintaining positive public, corporate and media relations as they support the overall mission of Living Opportunities and it’s programs.
Bilingual Family Advocate
Brookings Harbor Community Helpers, Inc. Part time position, 20 hours each week, working in a small office assisting clients with resources in our community. Bilingual advocacy with Hispanic households and bringing awareness to the services we provide for all households in need.
Community Website Partnership Join the Hub Team- Technology Assistant Contractor needed
Community Website Partnership is expanding our team with a contracted Technical Assistant. Temporary Contract, Independent Contractor- 10-15 hours/ month
CWP Technical Assistant Job Description: Support the Community Website Partnership with care, maintenance, reporting, research /development, and social media strategy that supports 10 community websites associated with the Community Website Partnership.
Scope of Work: 10-15 hours/ month, project dependent Remote, independent contractor position
Work collaboratively with Technology Specialist and Co Directors Report to Co Directors - Brooke Nuckles Gentekos and Rhianna Simes
Duties include: Weekly WordPress maintenance, updates, and reports for community websites Social Media Engagement Google Analytics tracking, aggregating and reporting SPAM mitigation and increasing security across the sites Supporting improvement of SEO SEO suggestions and implementation Research and Development for system and website template improvements Special Projects, based upon skills and experience
Community Website Partnership celebrates diversity and is dedicated to unbiased recruiting, hiring and employment practices. We encourage those from traditionally marginalized groups to apply.
To apply- please email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Please feel free to share this opportunity with your regional network!
Long Term Housing Property Manager
Sponsors, Inc. Supervisory Responsibilities: This position supervises on-site property managers at Sponsors-owned properties (currently Ferry Street, Lincoln Street, Riverview)
Primary Objective: The Long-Term Housing Property Manager is responsible for the overall management and operations of Sponsors’ long-term housing. The Long-Term Housing Property Manager works in close collaboration with staff across the organization and is an integral member of the Sponsors team. Visit the job posting on our site for more details!
Restore Oregon Position Summary - Development Manager Restore Oregon seeks a dynamic, proactive and organized individual to manage and help advance the organization’s development activities. We are looking for someone who, in addition to having the skills below, loves historic places and values the impact that cultural heritage can have in telling the stories of all Oregonians. This is a full-time, exempt position, reporting to the Executive Director. The objective of this role is to develop and execute strategies for securing financial and other resources sufficient to support Restore Oregon’s mission and strategic plan. This position is responsible for all development activities: manage events and appeal campaigns, oversee the grants program, and actively engage and grow our donor base, including outreach to individual donors at all levels and prospects. This position will closely collaborate with a small team of staff, supervise a part-time Events Coordinator, coordinate with the Board of Directors, and provide some administrative support to the organization.
Restore Oregon’s organizational culture is suited to a self-directed, entrepreneurial-minded individual who thrives on multi-tasking and collaboration with a flexible and goal-oriented positive outlook.
Bilingual Communications & Outreach Manager
Centro Latino Americano We are seeking a creative and hands-on leader to oversee our Communications and Outreach team. The Communications and Outreach Manager will lead the creation of a comprehensive communications plan for our newly merged organization. This role requires a person who is bilingual in Spanish and English with preference for someone with experience providing culturally appropriate communications to the Latinx and Spanish-speaking community.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS ● 2+ years of experience leading and supervising a team. ● 3+ years of experience in communications, outreach, and marketing. ● Bachelor’s degree, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience. ● Comfortable creating relationships with the media and developing media campaigns. ● Ability to manage a team, multiple projects, and deadlines. ● Clear and respectful communicator, team player, problem solver. ● Ability to speak, write, and understand Spanish and English.
Conservation Corps Crew Leaders
Heart of Oregon Corps HOC has several types of Crew Leader positions available, from summer only, to seasonal, to on-call. Lead youth and impact public lands! See website for details.
Heart of Oregon Corps This position is responsible for collecting and reviewing timesheets for processing by an outside vendor and entering payroll into accounting software once processed. The Payroll/HR Coordinator maintains accurate human resource records, assists with new hire on-boarding, coordinates staff benefits enrollments and benefits education, helps to maintain HR policies and procedures, coordinates IT functions with an outside vendor and coordinates employee engagement and training events throughout the year.
Heart of Oregon Corps This position is responsible for accounts payable and accounts receivable, including detailed coding of expenses and preparation of grant reimbursement requests. The Accounting Coordinator maintains vendor files, reconciles accounts, prepares financial reports, coordinates procurement, and assists the Finance Director with specific tasks as assigned.
Heart of Oregon Corps Heart of Oregon Corps is hiring for a qualified Program Assistant with motivation, professionalism, talent, and passion for empowering and inspiring positive change in the lives of young people. Primary duties include administrative support, data management, logistics support, assisting the Program Director and Heart of Oregon Corps staff with youth recruitment, training and mentoring. The position has a reliable, consistent schedule, great benefits and paid vacation, and helps change lives!
Center Administrative Coordinator
Resolve Center for Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice posting soon--see our webpage Southern Oregon is a wonderful place to live
Heart of Oregon Corps Heart of Oregon Corps is hiring for a qualified Placement Coordinator (aka Job Developer) with motivation, professionalism, talent, and passion for empowering and inspiring positive change in the lives of young people. This is a unique opportunity to connect Central Oregon employers with local young people entering the workforce. This position has the opportunity of being either a part-time (24 hours) or a full-time (40 hours) position and has a reliable, consistent schedule, paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave, and helps change lives!
Heart of Oregon Corps Heart of Oregon Corps is hiring for a qualified Program Coordinator with motivation, professionalism, talent, and passion for empowering and inspiring positive change in the lives of young people. We’re looking for a Program Coordinator who can coordinate program operations, maintain grant compliance, and promote the wellbeing and success of our youth participants.
After and Out of School Coordinator
Ophelia's Place Key areas of responsibility will be oversight of the Ophelia's Place Albany site and After & Out of School program. Includes after-school drop-in, developing relationships with community partners, coordinating youth activities. The position is committed to developing activities and a positive inclusive environment for girls with diverse backgrounds, experiences and abilities.
Fundraising and Community Relations Coordinator
Oregon Coast Community Action Coordinate fundraising activities and develop community relations as the agency’s representative. Three major areas of focus include: Increasing donation revenue and donor engagement; managing internal and external communication including web, social media and print; resource development that aligns with agency goals and annual fund plan.
Fundraising & Community Relations Coordinator
Oregon Coast Community Action Coordinate assigned fundraising activities and develop community relations as the agency’s representative. Three major areas of focus include: Increasing donation revenue and donor engagement; managing internal and external communication including web, social media and print; resource development that aligns with agency goals and annual fund plan.
Accounts Payable Specialist
Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington The Accounts Payable Specialist is responsible for performing a range of accounting and clerical tasks related to the accounts payable function including cash receipts, processing and verifying invoices, bank transfers, cash disbursement, credit card accounts reconciliation, journal entries, and processing payments.
IT Support Specialist
Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington As the IT Support Specialist, you’ll be responsible for supporting the information technology (IT) needs of approximately 90 Girl Scouts employees throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. You’ll manage employee computer and equipment setup, IT equipment inventory, and the employee SharePoint 365 intranet site. You’ll also serve as backup support for server and network administration. This position works closely with both staff and vendors, so building and maintaining collaborative relationships is imperative.
CASA Supervisor – Multnomah or Washington County
CASA for Children- Multnomah, Washington & Columbia Counties Who We Are and What We Do: Through training and mentorship, we empower community members to stand up for abused and neglected foster children and champion their best interests in court. We dedicate our resources to recruiting, training, and supporting volunteers in order to provide quality advocacy to as many children as we can.
Who You Will Report To: Program Manager – Multnomah or Washington County Position Type: Full time, Non-Exempt (hourly) Salary and Compensation: This position starts at $40,000. Compensation includes a generous benefits package.
Employee Position Description: A CASA Supervisor’s role is to support CASA volunteers who create positive change in children's lives. Ideal candidates will understand the importance of family as well as the impact of trauma and the culture of poverty. They have lived or professional experience partnering with communities of color, and understand and are skilled in working with Black/African American, Latinx, Asian, Native American and/or LGBTQ+ communities. They share our diversity, equity, and inclusion journey and have a willingness to support CASA’s equity commitments.
Things You Will Get to Do: ● Supervision, support and management of volunteer advocates and their assigned cases. Assure that CASA policy and practice standards are followed in each case ● Support CASA volunteers in being culturally responsive.
Qualifications You Will Need: • Education obtained either through a bachelors’ degree in social work or a related field or lived experience or a combination of the two • Experience in the fields of juvenile dependency, social service, juvenile law, and volunteer management • A commitment to advancing and modeling diversity, equity and inclusion
How You Can Apply: Link https://www.casahelpskids.org/employment, or send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org . CASA Supervisor – specify preference if any Multnomah or Washington County.
Tualatin Program Coordinator
Community Warehouse Community Warehouse is a nonprofit furniture bank that redistributes donated furniture and household goods to turn empty houses into comfy homes. Reporting to the Tualatin Program Manager, the Program Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of day-to-day operations of the furniture bank: including donation intake, phone intake, client/case manager check-in, and distribution of goods.
Community Warehouse Community Warehouse is a nonprofit furniture bank that redistributes donated furniture and household goods to turn empty houses into comfy homes. We are seeking an energetic, highly motivated Volunteer Coordinator. Reporting to the Operations Director, the Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of developing a successful volunteer experience, including: recruitment, training, appreciation, ongoing development and advocacy of volunteers, and ensuring that volunteer activities run smoothly. We are looking for someone who thrives in a fluid, fast-paced, work environment and enjoys working with people from all walks of life.