Albertina Kerr Centers
Portland, OR 97086, United States
Pay range: $12.28 Shift Hours: Nights; Sun 10pm-8am, Mon-Wed 10pm-8am City: Tualatin ZIP/Postal code: 97062 FLSA Status: Nonexempt Albertina Kerr empowers people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental health challenges and other social barriers to lead self-determined lives and reach their full potential. We're seeking a Direct Support Professional/Caregiver for our neighborhood group homes for people with developmental disabilities. Direct Support Professionals provide direct care and support to the people we serve to help them achieve desired lifestyles and increased levels of independence, productivity, and social/physical integration. Tasks include assisting with personal care including personal hygiene, bathing, food preparation, laundry and housekeeping; scheduling activities and accompanying persons served; ensuring ISP goals are met and the information is documented; completing paperwork for program documentation; and similar and related tasks. The successful candidate will have a high school diploma or GED; be able to lift, push, and pull 75 pounds consistently throughout the shift; have the ability to relate effectively with the people we serve; be able to respond to crisis situations; and be able to meet agency driving requirements. A criminal background check is required. Apply online at http://www.albertinakerr.org . The nature of the services we provide prevents us from allowing in-person applications or inquiries. Albertina Kerr maintains a drug-free workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, age, or other factors protected by law. Individuals with disabilities can request accommodation in the application and employment process by contacting 503-262-0145. Apply Here PI9954805
Springdale Job Corps Center
Troutdale, OR, United States
Responsible for providing a safe and positive living environment that delivers guidance to students to ensure positive group living relations and achievement in the program. Supervise, direct and monitor dorm and student activities, group sessions and dorm meetings; prepare and maintain reports and student files. Direct students and assist in the cleanup and maintenance of the dormitory. Provide guidance for students to achieve a positive attitude and proper behavior in the dormitory living situation, and to accomplish their goals and objectives. Other related duties as assigned.
Job Corps is a career technical training program that helps young people improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training. There are approximately 140 students enrolled (most reside on campus) and 70 staff supporting the success of students in various departments. Come join an amazing community of dedicated professionals who contribute to the success of these young adults!
$14.51 per Hour
Generous benefits package includes paid holidays, vacations, and sick/personal time off. 401k company match after one year and 100% vested. Company pays 74% medical, dental, and vision premiums. Company paid benefits include life insurance, AD& D, short and long term disability. Other optional benefits available.
Westside Montessori International
Beaverton, OR, United States
Westside Montessori International (WMI) at Beaverton, Oregon is seeking for a candidate who loves to work with children and is self-motivated to continually learn and grow in the field of early childhood education thru the Montessori philosophy.
WMI is expanding our Toddler/Infant's classroom thus the candidate would be assisting the School director in defining the requirements to set-up the new classroom in time for January 2018.
TO find out more about WMI, please visit our website at wmioregon.com
State of Oregon - Oregon Legislature
Salem, OR, United States
Legislative Administration is currently recruiting for one, full-time continuing Project Manager and Advisor to join the Information Services team. Legislative Administration supports the Oregon Legislature, promotes access to the legislative process, and provides efficient, effective, accountable and customer-oriented services to all legislators, legislative departments, the public, and other government agencies. Information Systems is a unit within Legislative Administration. Information Systems provides efficient, effective, accountable and customer-oriented Information Technology (IT) and Media services and systems that are essential to the operation of the Legislature. Information Systems manages the Legislature's IT infrastructure, manages IT equipment inventory, develops or purchases and maintains legislative applications, provides IT consulting services, provides support for IT products and systems and provides audio recording and televised coverage of legislative meetings and events.
Duties & Responsibilities
The Information Services Project Manager & Advisor, using independent judgment, ensures effective information technologies solutions are implemented and supported. The Project Manager & Advisor is the primary source for managing small to medium IS projects for the Legislative Branch. They will rely on resources and subject matter experts, but will also have a focus on understanding business processes. The position will facilitate project teams and build consensus on project direction among stakeholders. This position will have extensive customer/partner interaction and must understand business processes and communicate effectively. Other duties include: CONSULTING: Meets with customers (legislative agencies and units within the Legislative Assembly) to determine Information Technology (IT) needs that address business requirements to include:
Communicates with customers in non-technical language; plans and coordinates customers' IT services and user support functions.
Ensures resolution of customers hardware and software problems
Communicates IS standards with customers relating to hardware, software, security, storage and overall IS processes and works with customers to recommend solutions within established standards and ensure compliance with standards.
Communicates problem resolution status to customers
Serves as a single point of contact for assigned customers. Collaborate with other IS staff to identify solutions to meet the business needs and makes recommendations relating to solutions priorities. Responsible for understanding interrelated business processes of the Legislature and ensures that all customers impacted by a request are aware of changes, and/or have input if necessary. Prepares written recommendations and makes presentations to customer or IS management on ways to improve IT systems with the approval from the IS Leadership team. TECHNICAL SUPPORT: Receives escalated requests for assigned customer applications/support needs from the Help Desk as needed if solution cannot be resolved by Help Desk and/or PC Technicians: Engage IS staff who are impacted on support issues and/or engage vendors, if necessary, to resolve assigned customer issues. Use the Help Desk system to track and monitor Help Desk activities for assigned customers and make recommendations. Manage customer inventory and communicate needs related to new purchases, problem issues, warranty and warranty renewals. Responsible for overall problem resolution and root cause analysis for assigned customer technical support issues. PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Plans, directs, organizes, budgets, monitors, and manages tasks and small IT projects for customers based on the Project Standards. Ensures projects are approved by CIO; documents tasks on monthly Status Report and/or manages small projects based on the Project Management Standards. Documents project progress and communicates with all stakeholders regarding project activities. Participates on medium/large projects as a business analyst/system expert or other advisory role.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Maintains knowledge of state-of-the-art technologies and innovations through training, professional journals and publications, contact with other IT professionals, internet research and self-initiated study. Interfaces with other state agencies and external organizations in order to maintain current knowledge of emerging technologies, share information, and enhance organizations image. Recommends ways to use current technologies to maximize future benefits. Other duties as assigned.