New Seasons Cook

New Seasons University Park is hiring a cook. This is a regular (not temporary), full time (37.5-40 hrs./wk) position. Schedule is likely to be all closing shifts. Previous cooking experience is preferred and an enthusiasm for great food and customer service is a bonus!

Position Title: Cook
Department: Prepared Foods
Supervisory Responsibility: Not responsible for supervising others.
Reports To: Prepared Foods Manager
Region: Oregon/SW Washington
FLSA Classification: Non-exempt

Wages: $13.50-$16.13/hr

Position Description: Prepares food in a high-volume production environment.  Provides exceptional customer service and contributes to a positive and collaborative team environment.

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Prepared Foods Clerk

New Seasons University Park is hiring for a Prepared Foods Clerk. This is a regular (not temporary), full time (4-5 shifts/week) position. Schedule will likely be a mix of open, mid and closing shifts. Previous food experience is preferred, a positive attitude and great customer service is required!

Position Title: Prepared Foods Clerk
Department: Prepared Foods
Supervisory Responsibility: Not responsible for supervising others.
Reports To: Prepared Foods Manager
Region: Oregon/SW Washington
FLSA Classification: Non-exempt

Wages: $13-15.50/hr

Position Description: Prepares, stocks, weighs and packages Prepared Foods products.  Provides exceptional customer service and contributes to a positive and collaborative team environment.

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Planning & Sustainability Director

The City of Portland is seeking a Director to lead the Bureau of Planning & Sustainability.

The Planning and Sustainability Director reports to Mayor Ted Wheeler. The bureau includes approximately 105 FTE. The Director will lead a team of 4 direct reports and manage a budget of over $17M.

The ideal candidate will possess the following competencies for success as well as the items listed in the "To Qualify" section:
 
Executive-Level Management: Experience building and retaining teams and managing a large workforce including union-represented employees. Broad understanding of equity and inclusion practices, municipal government including policy development and implementation, budgeting, and asset and personnel management. Experience collaborating with other public-sector agencies.
 
Leadership: Experience building a team and inspiring organizational development and community action with movement towards racial, economic and social justice. Proven leader in navigating difficult conversations and identifying solutions. Experience building collaborative systems and relationships in a complex organization. Adaptable and approachable.
 
Accountability and Transparency: Commitment to efficient, effective, and equitable investment of resources to achieve policy goals. Experience prioritizing transparency and accountability in administration of public agency programs, and in quantitatively demonstrating outcomes through publicly-available and accessible data. Nuanced understanding of the multiple stakeholders to which the bureau is accountable: Portland community members -- particularly communities of color, City Council, public and private partners, etc.
 
Equity & Inclusion: A visionary who understands that building a diverse, equitable and inclusive work environment leads to innovative ideas and solutions. A leader who will use a diversity, equity, and inclusion lens both internally to improve workforce diversity, support and promote employees of color, address retention issues of employees of color, and externally to implement environmental justice and climate justice work in the community. Knowledge and experience implementing universal design principles and disability equity. Knowledge and understanding of environmental racism, and how planning has impacted marginalized communities, gentrification, affordable housing, education, and job opportunities.
 
Innovation: Experience leveraging public-private partnerships and proactively pursuing new and entrepreneurial funding tools. Ability to foster a culture of creativity and innovation and to identify opportunities to carry out the bureau's core functions more efficiently.
 
Strategic Communication: Experience being culturally responsive while effectively and strategically representing a large, complex organization to public and private sector partners, community organizations, the public, and the media.
 
Collaboration & Public Involvement: Experience building and maintaining relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including other City bureaus and community partners. Ability to build relationships and share decision-making with other City bureaus and the community, particularly communities of color and historically under-served populations.

To read the full job description and apply online, click here!

Clothing Closet Coordinator with SJCO

CLOTHING CLOSET COORDINATOR JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Clothing Closet Coordinator Reports to: Executive Director Status: Part-time (16-20 hours/week), non-exempt

To apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to info@stjohnsopportunity.org or Lindsay Jensen, 8250 N Lombard Street, Portland, OR 97203 Applications will be accepted through 5pm on Friday, December 21st. No phone calls please.

About St. Johns Center for Opportunity St. Johns Center for Opportunity is working to strengthen the St. Johns and Cathedral Park neighborhoods in Portland, OR through people-centered economic development and community building. We envision a thriving, diverse, and just community where everyone has access to affordable housing, benefits from economic opportunity, and is civically engaged.

Qualifications for position:

• Demonstrated ability to work independently and proactively, meet multiple concurrent deadlines, and organize time and priorities

• Program management experience

• Excellent written and verbal communications skills with intuitive interpersonal skills

• Excellent analytical skills

• Ability to be comfortable in a wide range of settings with diverse groups

• Exceptional attention to detail and highly organized

• Ability to lift 50+ lbs

• Commitment to social justice and community economic development

Preferred Skills:

• Fluency in Spanish

• Experience managing other clothing closet programs

• Experience working with vulnerable community members, especially those experiencing houselessness

Overview of Position: Weekly Hours: 16-20 hours; Pay rate: $15/hour; Start date: January 2nd, 2019

The Clothing Closet Coordinator will play a key role in organizing and growing SJCO’s community Clothing Closet program. This position requires a high level of enthusiasm and “can do” attitude, ability to work well with a multitude of people and personalities, and passion for seeing our neighborhood thrive. As a grassroots organization, SJCO does a lot with a little. Operating in this environment requires team members to be flexible, open to change, and excited about wearing multiple hats. You can read about all of our organizational values here: http://www.stjohnsopportunity.org/what-we-do/.

Essential Functions:

Program Management (95% of time)

• Manage our Clothing Closet program and oversee day-of operations

• Ensure all donors receive a tax receipt for their donations within a timely manner

• Support and help recruit volunteers for the Clothing Closet

• Lead regular clothing sorting parties with SJCO volunteers in preparation for our monthly Clothing Closet

• Work with Clothing Closet partners to pick up/distribute donations (i.e., Roosevelt High School Teen Clothing Closet and Consign Couture)

• Build new partnerships in the community and identify ways to increase our impact

• Transport any unusable donations to Goodwill

• Manage our clothing storage areas and ensure they stay clean and organized

• Track Clothing Closet participants and report data to the Executive Director

• Submit Clothing Closet supply orders to the Executive Director as needed

• Help build processes and procedures for the Clothing Closet, including safety guidelines for staff members and volunteers

• Provide our social media consultant with content and information about the Clothing Closet to post on social media

• Create or update any marketing materials or signage needed for the Clothing Closet

Other (5% of time):

• Participate in weekly team meetings and staff retreats

• Support SJCO’s strategic plan and annual goals

• Attend key organizational events

• Act as a champion for the organization in the neighborhood

• General office maintenance and clean-up

• Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director

St. Johns Center for Opportunity provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or genetics.


Customer Care Specialist in Portland

American Tire Distributors is hiring a Full-Time Customer Care Specialist in Portland, OR.

Position Description: 

The Customer Care Specialist will be responsible for resolving any emerging customer problems with accuracy and efficiency. This role acts as a liaison between customers, ISSRs, sales staff and supply chain with a primary focus of customer issue resolution. The Customer Care Specialist will also support the market with sales related customer administrative functions.

Primary Responsibilities:

Owns customer escalations from the ISSRs and sellers Responsible for tracking, updating and prompt follow up always ensuring we close the loop   Responsible for directly resolving issues within their scope of access and authority   Look for trends and properly communicate to sales and supply chain leadership Keep very open lines of communications with DOS, sales staff and market supply chain Monitor reporting to identify market specific issues Assist with new customer on boarding Provides weekly update of all new account and new program dealer activity Monitors all new program dealers  Processes national accounts for select, key customers Support all miscellaneous sales related market customer needs as they arise.

To read the full position description and apply online, click here!

Production Positions with Cintas

Cintas is hiring for production positions at their Portland location in the Rivergate Business District. Cintas leads the industry in supplying corporate identity uniform programs, providing entrance and logo mats, restroom supplies, first aid, safety, fire protection products and services. They operate more than 400 facilities in North America.

Production Positions:

Monday-Friday

6 am-2:30 pm, 2:30 pm-11 pm or 10 pm-6:30 am shifts available

Weekly paychecks, competitive pay, affordable health benefits, vacation, holidays and sick pay, 401 (k) matching and more.

To learn more and apply, visit cintas.jobs.

Loader/Unloader Position for Cintas

Headquartered in Cincinnati, Cintas is a publicly held company traded over the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the symbol CTAS and is a component of both the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index and Nasdaq-100 Index. Cintas Corporation helps more than 900,000 businesses of all types and sizes get READY™ to open their doors with confidence every day by providing a wide range of products and services that enhance our customers’ image and help keep their facilities and employees clean, safe and looking their best. With products and services including uniforms, mats, mops, restroom supplies, first aid and safety products, fire extinguishers and testing, and safety and compliance training, Cintas helps customers get Ready for the Workday®.

To support our growth across North America, we’re seeking driven professionals with ambition to move up within our company. Our professional culture, our dedication to our employee-partners and limitless career opportunities—these are just a few benefits we’re proud to offer. Our employee-partners know every job is critical, and that teamwork drives innovation. Let’s talk about how you’ll fit into our team and how your hard work will be recognized through competitive pay, world-class benefits and ongoing career development. Are you Ready™ for limitless opportunities at Cintas?

Cintas Corporation is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and will make all employment-related decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Key Responsibilities: Cintas is seeking a production Loader/Unloader. Cintas provides a variety of products to a large customer base each day. Those products include uniform garments, carpeted floor mats, heavy duty rubber floor mats, dust mops, shop towels, aprons, hand soap products and air freshener supplies. To load and unload the products results in repeated bending, stretching, twisting and lifting as well as standing for 3 to 7 hours a day. Responsibilities include driving the trucks around the lot and loading and unloading the uniform garments and/or additional facility services products into and out of company trucks. Daily accuracy of products loaded and unloaded is necessary for inventory control and accountability.

Qualifications: Skills/Qualifications
Required
Ability to meet the physical requirements of the position
Possess a valid driver's license in good standing

Preferred
High school diploma/GED
Availability to start within two weeks after offer made/accepted
Our employee-partners enjoy:

Salary/Wage: Competitive Pay 401(k)/Profit Sharing/ESOP Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance Package Disability and Life Insurance Package Paid Time Off and Holidays Career Advancement Opportunities

Website: http://career.cintas

Application Open Until: 12/31/2018

How to Apply: Follow this link: https://careers.cintas.com/job/North-Portland-LoaderUnloader-2nd-Shift-OR-97203/509677900/

Pollin Hotels is hiring in Portland

Pollin Hotels owns Sheraton Portland Airport, Hampton Inn and Aloft hotels in Portland. They are hiring for the following positions:

  • Front Desk Supervisor-Full Time

  • Room Attendant (housekeeper)-Full-time, multiple positions available

  • Maintenance Technician-Full-time

  • Banquet Associate-part-time and full-time positions available

  • Restaurant Server-part-time weekends, 5 am-2 pm

  • Prep Cook-Part-time weekends, 5 am-2 pm

  • Shuttle Driver-Full-time, swing shift

All positions that work more than 30 hours per week (full time) are eligible for Medical, Dental & Vision insurance, paid holidays, vacation time and sick time.

Click here to read the full job descriptions and apply online or e-mail your resume to HR@pollinhotels.com and let them know what position you’re interested in!

Burgerville Crew Member

Burgerville has been built on a tradition of serving fresh food made with local ingredients, and has grown from a single restaurant in 1961 to 42 locations across the Pacific Northwest. We need friendly, reliable, and outgoing team players to create great, personalized experiences for our guests.

Key Responsibilities: As a member of our Crew, you'll be responsible for providing Impeccable Service to Guests by taking orders, cashiering, filling and delivering orders, and maintaining a clean and fun atmosphere at our restaurants.

Salary/Wage: $12.00 to $13.05 / hour

Website: http://forest.burgerville.com/careers/

Application Open Until: 12/31/2018

How to Apply: Apply within the store at Burgerville St Johns/Portland location OR
Apply online www.burgerville.com/careers/

Any additional information:: This job will be fast-paced and can grow into different career paths, including management roles or long-time gigs.

We've got:
flexible scheduling,
70% off meals when working,
Scholarship opportunities and GED assistance,
Vacation payout after 1 year of service and a terrific health plan.

Even better, you'll work among responsible community leaders with lots of energy and great ideas!

The Rebuilding Center is seeking an Executive Director

The Rebuilding Center has launched the search for their next Executive Director and are turning to you for help finding them!

With a three-year strategic roadmap now in place, including a shared vision of “equity and reuse everywhere,” and the 20th anniversary of our North Mississippi Avenue store approaching in 2020, the ReBuilding Center seeks an experienced, passionate, and dedicated Executive Director to help us continue to make a material difference in Portland and beyond. Please click the button below to read the full job description and application process details. Thank you for your interest in joining our creative, fun, hardworking, diverse, and dynamic workplace/team!

The deadline to apply is November 15.

Read more about requirements and find instructions to apply here by November 15th.

Leatherman is Hiring!

Leatherman Tool Group is hiring for their Portland, Oregon world headquarters location. Leatherman is the world leader in the design and manufacture of innovative, high quality, compact, mutli-purpose tools. They employ over 500 team members in their 90,000 square feet facility. To find out more, visit their website here>>

Leatherman is hiring for the following positions in their Portland, Oregon production facility (click on each position to see the full job description and directions on how to apply)

  1. Shipper

  2. Tool & Die Maker

  3. Electrician/Maintenance Technician

  4. Driver Warehouse Clerk

  5. Die Maintenance Technician

Warehouse Associate II - 2PM-10:30PM

At Essendant Inc., it is our intention to be the fastest and most convenient solution for workplace essentials. To do this, we need exceptionally talented, bright, innovative and driven employees. If you would like to be part of the team that helps unlock the potential of our customer-partners and those they serve, this is your chance to be involved. Essendant Inc. is a leading national wholesale distributor of workplace essentials, with consolidated net sales of $5.3 billion. Essendant stocks a broad assortment of over 160,000 products, including technology products, traditional office products, office furniture, janitorial and breakroom supplies, industrial supplies, and automotive aftermarket tools and equipment.

We offer an exciting and challenging environment that encourages independent thinking, problem solving, and growth. We believe in giving back to our communities as well as others in need. We embrace diversity and believe our employees create a sustainable competitive advantage. We adhere to the high standards of Our Guiding Actions and Our Values.

Key Responsibilities: We are seeking dedicated and hardworking professionals to join our growing Portland team.

What we offer:

Monday through Friday - Weekends Off!

Weekly Competitive Pay - $15.00/hr.

2nd shift hours - 2:00PM-10:30PM

Overtime (time and a half)

Yearly Pay Increases

Excellent Benefit Package:

Paid Vacation/sick days (Up to 11 vacation days & 5 sick days)
Paid Holidays (up to 8 days a year)
Medical, Dental, Vision, and a 401K (with a company match)
Training and Development Opportunities for Potential Advancement

What Your Role is:

Order filling and shipping in a fast pace environment
Maintain a clean and safe work environment, follow all policies and procedures, and perform other duties as assigned

Requirements:

Ability to perform warehouse duties such as: picking, packing, sorting, shipping and receiving
Must maintain flexibility regarding job assignments, assisting other departments, and working overtime (based on business needs)
Must be able to lift 80 lbs at any given time
Must have a great attitude with motivation and drive
Must be willing to submit a Background Check & Drug Test

Qualifications: See above

Salary/Wage: $15.00/hr.

Website: http://www.essendant.com

Application Open Until: 11/11/2018

How to Apply: Please send your resume to Tony Demoss at tdemoss@essendant.com 

Or you can apply directly on our website: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/UNI1047USINC/JobBoard/f7b2df3b-1c58-45a0-8932-ca9f286a1601/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=eb583a76-be81-4ceb-b46b-7d9b04a2356c

Asset Manager for ROSE CDC

ROSE is seeking an Asset Manager for its affordable housing portfolio and other real estate. Responsibilities include ensuring the physical and financial performance of affordable housing and commercial properties; monitoring property revenues and expenses; producing management reports and recommendations; and maintaining compliance with funder requirements.

As an organization, ROSE is committed to equity, social and environmental justice and addressing racial and ethnic disparities. We use an equity framework in planning, program development and evaluation. ROSE is an equal opportunity employer.

Click here to read the full job description and apply online!

Warehouse II with American Tire Distributors

Are you looking for an opportunity to turn your ambition and your people skills into a rewarding career with an industry leader? Join our team at American Tire Distributors! As the nation's premier tire distributor, ATD’s coast-to-coast distribution network provides approximately 80,000 customers across the U.S. and Canada with rapid and frequent delivery of high quality tires, custom wheels and shop supplies. 

Position Description: 

The Warehouse II Associate is an entry level/general labor position that will prioritize and pick product to fill orders and staging product for loading, physically moving and lifting product weighing as much as 150 pounds, organizing the warehouse stock, assisting in daily closing down of warehouse, compiling and submitting regular reports of damaged, outdated stock or supplies, over- and under-shipments, return of products to vendor, etc, assisting in periodic inventory counts, operating powered industrial vehicles (forklifts, pallet jacks, order pickers, etc.) in safe manner and maintaining an operator license, if required, assisting in administrative tasks, such as the handling and preparation of paperwork.

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Hillsdale Farmers Market Assistant Manager

This position serves as assistant to the Market Manager. May act as designee for the Market Manager as needed. Duties include management of market booth, recruitment and coordination of volunteers, projects and other duties as assigned to support the market manager and ensure successful operation of the market.

To apply for this position:

The Hiring Committee will accept applications until the position is filled. The first round of interviews will begin the week of October 15, 2018 with qualified candidates who turn in applications by this date.

Email application to Joan Wray (preferred): wrayjdw@comcast.net Or mail to: Hillsdale Farmers’ Market 1509 SW Sunset Blvd, Suite 2E Portland, OR 97239

In lieu of a cover letter, please submit answers to the following questions, along with a current resume and two references: 1. What interests you about the Assistant Market Manager position at Hillsdale Farmers’ Market? 2. What short-term and long-term roles do you a think farmers market plays within a community? 3. Please thoroughly read the HFM Assistant Market Manager job description and explain how your professional experience makes you a good fit for the skill set and demanding nature of this position. 4. Describe your leadership/communication style

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Now Accepting Applications for President of Northwest Health Foundation

Northwest Health Foundation seeks a dynamic and inspiring new president to guide our path to improving health in Oregon and Southwest Washington by engaging with communities to develop and amplify their political power.

Reporting to the Board of Directors and working in partnership with staff, the new president will lead the continued transformation of the foundation’s strategic direction by forging new partnerships regionally and nationally and serving as partner and catalyzer for community-based organizations focused on changing policies and systems.

Executive search firm Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group is now accepting applications for NWHF's next president. Please help us spread the word!

To read the full job description and apply, click here

General Labor and Machine Operators

Ajinomoto Foods and ATFN (Ajinomoto Toyo Frozen Noodles) are frozen food manufacturers, located in the Rivergate Business Park. We make Asian frozen foods, including potstickers, rice, fried rice, rice bowls, noodles and ramen bowls, to name a few. Day and swing shift available. Comprehensive benefits, as well as occasional employee sales where employees can buy our products for very cheap.

Key Responsibilities: For General Labor, must be proficient or able to learn lot coding, packaging machinery, and palletizing. For machine operators, employees must be proficient or able to learn hot to run machinery and use applicable tools.

Qualifications: Manufacturing experience preferred, but not required. We will train. Must be able to adhere to our Good Manufacturing Processes (GMP) around food safety, cleanliness and hygiene. Must be able to work safely around equipment. Must be able to stand on your feet all day. The environment is cold. Must be able to lift up to 20 lbs. consistently, 40 occasionally.

Salary/Wage: $12.50 General Labor, $13.50 Machine Operators

Website: https://www.ajinomotofoods.com/

Application Open Until: 12/31/2018

How to Apply: You can apply online at https://careers-ajinomotofoods.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchLocation=12781-12821-Portland or in person at 7124 N. Marine Dr., or 6500 N. Marine Dr. if you need assistance with the online application process.