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Springdale Job Corps Center Troutdale Oregon
Jul 12, 2018
Prepare students for the Nursing Assistant program. Work as part of a team dedicated to making a difference in the lives of our young people. Springdale is a residential program for young adults (16 – 24 years) earning their high school diploma or GED, learning career and technical training, and preparing for their careers. Springdale teaches independent living skills and focuses on developing a positive learning environment and utilizing a trauma informed approach to student services. Duties: Provide instruction in the foundational areas of Health Occupations and preparation for entry into the Nursing Assisting program. Collaborate with other members of the student’s Career Management Team, including academic staff, career counselor and placement specialist. Provide support and assistance to the Program Director as needed. Demonstrate a keen awareness of diverse learning styles and will tailor instructional methodology to students using an array of teaching approaches. Motivate and counsel students in the areas of behavior, training and study habits. Relate academic skills to career and technical training and future workplace success Work with other members of the student’s support team, including the career counselor, wellness nurse/disability coordinator, career and technical instructor, to provide wrap-around services for student success Maintain accurate and timely documentation, including case notes, attendance, student progress plans, and student evaluation forms $45,693.54 + company paid life, AD&D, and long term disability. 3 medical plans and 2 dental to choose from. Other optional benefits available. Apply on line at Job # 22123. Springdale Job Corps Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, veterans, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
State of Oregon - Oregon Legislature Salem, OR, USA
Jul 10, 2018
The Office of the Administrator in the Legislative Administration Agency is currently recruiting for one full-time continuing Project Manager to assist with the promotion of access to the legislative process, provide efficient, effective, accountable and customer-oriented services to all legislators, legislative agencies, the public, and other government agencies.  The purpose of this position is to provide management of administrative projects affecting Legislative Administration and/or the Legislative Branch.   Additionally, this position will provide program analysis, process evaluation, project leadership, and advice to management on the effectiveness and efficiency of the individual departments of the organization.     **NOTE:  IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION, PLEASE ATTACH A COVER LETTER AND RESUME.  APPLICATIONS WITHOUT BOTH ATTACHMENTS MAY NOT BE REVIEWED. Duties & Responsibilities Project Management Duties: Project Planning to include the identification of project objectives, deliverables, scope, training and resources; Development of project documentation; Identify project team and assign work tasks; Project Coordination; Project Communication; Program Management: This position may be responsible for simultaneously developing, coordinating and managing reoccurring and/or temporary programs including: Continuity of Operations Planning and Emergency Management,  including the development, review and coordination of Business Continuity and Disaster Preparedness Plans; Legislative Session Orientation and Training   (Update, prepare, assemble and distribute resource and reference material for legislators and staff). Schedule and facilitate meetings with legislative caucus offices, support offices (LRO,LFO, LC, Committees, Employee Services, etc.) to determine training programs, sessions offered and class schedules; Coordination with   Oregon State Capitol Foundation   projects and integration with the Capitol Master Plan; Flu shot clinics and blood drives. Management Analyst Duties: This position serves as a staff analyst, evaluator and advisor to the Legislative Administrator and other managers on the effectiveness and efficiency with which their components carry out their assigned programs and functions.  The incumbent works with the Legislative Administrator to identify potential projects by participating in meetings and communicating on a regular basis with LA managers, leadership, desks, caucus offices and statutory committees.