District Manager with Cully Boulevard Alliance

The Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA) is looking for a motivated, organized, creative, and resourceful individual to serve as its Cully Boulevard Alliance District Manager. The Cully Boulevard Alliance (CBA) exists to promote and foster opportunity for economic prosperity that embraces diversity, nurtures community, and empowers Cully residents.

Learn more about the position and apply by May 28, 2018.

Check out other open job positions at NAYA's website
(http://nayapdx.org/about/jobs). 

Part Time Food Service Positions with Aramark

Oregon Convention Center Positions available

  • Steward 11.85 hourly rate
  • Banquet Cook 13.80 hourly rate
  • Prep Cook 12.55 hourly rate
  • Concession Cook 14.40 hourly rate
  • Pastry Prep Cook 12.55 hourly rate reference job 169584
  • Pastry Banquet cook 13.80 hourly rate
  • Barista 11.50 hourly rate reference job 172911
  • Lead Barista 12.53 hourly rate reference job 173556
  • Stand Worker 11.25 hourly rate

Portland5 Centers for the Arts available

  •  Restaurant/Catering Server 11.25 hourly rate

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Minimum age: 18 years old

  • Valid Food Handler Card for all positions; must have the card by first scheduled shift
  • Valid OLCC card for server, bartender, stand worker, warehouse runner and host, must have applied for/have card by first scheduled shift
  • Ability to work part time/event based schedule; availability to include evenings and weekend
  •  All Food Beverage Service Workers are represented by UniteHERE Local 8, unless noted with *

To APPLY for above positions, click here

Part Time Dog Walker with Pawsitive Steps PDX

Are you looking for an awesome p/t job? Do you have professional experience working with dogs! Pawsitive Steps is hiring for a mid day dog walker for NoPo/St. John’s!

  • Must have experience working with dogs
  • Must have a reliable car
  • Must understand the importance of being reliable/on time
  • Must be organized and able to organize your schedule according to different clients needs
  • Must have excellent communication skills

Contact them if you fit all of the requirements, have a strong work ethic, and can commit to a minimum of 6 months.

Please email cover letter and resume to: pawsitivestepspdx@gmail.com

Building Inspectors & more with Bureau of Development Services!

 Residential Plans Examiner $30.66 - $35.85, recruitment closes 5/21/18. 

This is considered entry level into the career path of Life/Safety Plans Examiner.  Are you interested in pursuing your career goals with an employer that offers a full benefits package, ongoing trainings and growth opportunities, and plays a direct role in the safety and livability of Portland's communities?  Residential Plans Examiners in the Bureau of Development Services review plans of residential building types such as houses, townhouses and duplexes, for compliance with state building codes and other applicable city and state regulations.  Bring your passion for development review to the City of Portland as a Residential Plans Examiner and apply now!

Full details and to apply here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/portlandor/jobs/2054311/residential-plans-examiner?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

 

Commercial Plans Examiner $35.50 - $43.61, recruitment closes 5/14/18.

Do you have experience designing, reading or interpreting codes related to creating architectural and structural plans?  Have you spent your career explaining technical information / code requirements to your clients or other professions?  Ready to work steady regular hours and receive a full benefits packing, ongoing trainings and growth opportunities proved by your employer?  Have a passion for playing a direct roll in the safety and livability of the built environment?  This may be the job for you!  Portland will give you access to reviewing cutting edge development designs and materials.  See full details and apply for this recruitment here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/portlandor/jobs/1797150/commercial-plans-examiner-open-continuous?page=1&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

 

Plan Review Supervisor $7,061 - $9,406, recruitment closes 5/7/18

Are you an experienced designer / plans professional ready to take your career to the next level?  As one of three Plan Review Supervisors, you will work cooperatively to oversee a team of highly motivated, professional, and technically knowledgeable staff that review and evaluate residential and commercial building projects. These three leaders are accountable to a wide range of stakeholders and community members. They work together to develop and apply policies and procedures to achieve annual goals, objectives, and work standards. Plan Review Supervisors assure that service is delivered in an equitable manner while upholding the bureau's customer service standards.  Bring your talents to the City of Portland!  Full details and to apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/portlandor/jobs/2048695/plan-review-supervisor?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

 

 Building Inspector I $31.16 - $35.95, recruitment closes 5/7/18

Do you prefer a career that keeps you moving during the day yet utilizes your technical knowledge, communication skills, and directly involved with construction/development?  The Building Inspector I is considered the entry level to an Inspections career.  The Building Inspector I typically perform field inspections on residential buildings and structures as defined by the Oregon Specialty Code (International Building Code with Oregon amendments), and residential structures, which may include manufactured dwellings.  Ready to have steady work hours with paid holidays off and a full benefits package?  Don’t miss this accessible pathway into Inspections.  See full details and apply here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/portlandor/jobs/1797150/commercial-plans-examiner-open-continuous?page=1&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

 

Building Inspector II $35.63 - $41.21 recruitment will be open until October 2018 – don’t wait to apply first hiring will start in May!

Want to keep your career in the field, and keep your knowledge of construction on the forefront of development technologies and materials? Bring your enthusiasm for development and inspection skills to the Bureau of Development Services (BDS) as a Building Inspector II and develop your career with the City of Portland!  The City of Portland's Bureau of Development Services is seeking a Building Inspector II to perform inspections of structures to ensure compliance with building related codes and ordinances covering new construction or alteration and repair of existing structures.  Full details and to apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/portlandor/jobs/2048037/building-inspector-ii-open-continuous?page=1&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Deliver Driver & Merchandiser with Columbia Distributing

Columbia Distributing will hold a hiring event on Tuesday, May 15th 10AM-12PM at WorkSource Portland Metro N/NE, 30 N. Webster St. Portland OR 97217. They will be hiring for the following positions (click on each of the positions to view the full job description):

JL# 2091971 – Merchandiser - $13-14.50/hour

JL# 2091999 – Delivery Helper - $15.75/hour

JL# 2091992 – Delivery Driver - $22/hour + sign-on bonus

All job openings include benefits.

Seasonal Laborer Position

Pavement Maintenance is looking for motivated people who take pride in their work as seasonal laborers.

  • No pavement or construction experience is required, just bring a good attitude and we are happy to train

  • Positions start at $11.75 per hour

  • Consistent hours from May through September

  • We seek seasonal workers, but work can lead to a permanent position

Description:

Work within teams, to clean, repair and seal coat and stripe (paint) parking lots.
Job location:  10100 NE Marx St, Portland OR 97220 (near intersect of I-84 and I-205)

  • Push walk-behind blowers and brooms

  • Learn to repair and seal pavement cracks

  • Use hand tools to evenly distribute seal coat material

  • Layout chalk lines and stencils for painting parking stalls

Requirements:

  • Must be able to follow directions closely and work in a safe and efficient manner

  • Have a positive attitude and work well on a team

  • Work a full shift on your feet

  • Be able to lift up to 50 lbs.

  • Work in all weather conditions (all work is outside)

Pavement Maintenance, Inc.

To apply, call (503) 257-9257 or email Jenn at accounting1@pavemaint.com

Parking Lot Sweeper Driver

Parking Lot Sweeper Driver Position

Pavement Maintenance is looking for motivated people who take pride in their work.  Want to work in a friendly, family-owned business?

  • We offer stable, long-term employment

  • No experience required:  we will train you

  • Benefits:  we offer health and dental, 401K and paid time off

  • Starting wage is $12.50 with opportunities for increases and advancement

  • Positions are full time and offer consistent work

  • Day and night shifts are available

Job Description:

Drive a sweeper truck to clean parking lots, blow off sidewalks and clean corners using a backpack blower, empty trash cans, and clean dumpster areas.  

Job location:  10100 NE Marx St, Portland OR 97220 (near intersect of I-84 and I-205)

Requirements:

  • Must be able to work independently in a safe and efficient manner

  • Have a positive attitude and work well with others

  • Driver’s license  and good driving record – no CDL required

  • Occasionally lift 50 lbs

 

Pavement Maintenance, Inc.

To apply, call today:  (503) 257-9257 or email:  accounting1@pavemaint.com

Bakery & Cook Positions at University Park New Seasons

Bakery Position Description: Leads Bakery department and staff, including financial stewardship, customer service, department conditions, merchandising, food safety, work safety, communication, hiring, training and performance management.  Ensures the department provides an exceptional customer shopping experience, with the highest level of service and product knowledge.  Provides leadership in line with company values and promotes a positive and progressive work environment.

This is a regular (not temporary) full time (37.5-40 hours/week) position. Schedule is likely to be Tuesday through Saturday primarily mid shifts with flexibility required. This is a non-production bakery, experience in coffee and pastry is preferred.

Wages: $16-20.50/hr

TO APPLY & read the full job description, click here

 

Cook Position Description: This role includes prepareing food in a high-volume production environment, providing exceptional customer service and contributing to a positive and collaborative team environment.

This position is full time (37.5-40 hours/week) regular (not temporary) cook position. Schedule is to be determined and open availability is preferred as shifts will likely include opening, closing and mid shifts. 

Wages: $13.50-$16.13/hr

To see the full job description and apply online, click here

Food Production Positions with Ajinomoto Toyo Frozen Noodles

Ajinomoto Foods is a leading frozen food manufacturer located in the Rivergate area of St. Johns. As a leading manufacturer in the frozen food industry, we are dedicated to contributing to a healthier lifestyle through nutritious and balanced foods. At the Portland plants, we make Asian frozen foods, including potstickers, rice products, noodle products, and shumai (dumplings). We offer excellent benefits, including health, company paid short-term disability and life insurance, a fantastic 401(k) match up to 4.5%, 10 paid holidays, and two weeks PTO. We also have employee sales every 4 - 6 weeks where employees can buy our food products for CHEAP. Both Ajinomoto Foods Portland and Ajinomoto Toyo Frozen Noodles (ATFN) have positions available.

http://www.ajinomotofoods.com/ 

Click on each of the below job titles to read the full job description and apply online:

 

Friends of Trees is hiring!

  • Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Specialist

Job Title: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Specialist

Status: Full-time

Compensation: $33-37K per year depending on experience; eligible for full benefits package, including health and dental care; holiday, vacation and sick time

Schedule: ~40 hrs/week. Tuesday – Saturday during planting season (Oct-April); Monday – Friday (May-Sept). Schedule is fairly flexible within that framework; employee establishes schedule and makes changes known with manager

 

  • Neighborhood Trees Outreach Assistant

    Job Title: Neighborhood Outreach Assistant
    Status: Seasonal, part-time
    Compensation: $15 hourly; not eligible for benefits
    Schedule: Tuesday-Friday evenings, Saturdays (flexible scheduling, approximately 25 hours/wk)
    Start Date: June 14, 2018 

 

  • Summer Field Maintenance Technician

    Job Title: Summer Field Maintenance Technician
    Status: Seasonal, part-time
    Compensation: $16 hourly; not eligible for benefits
    Schedule: Work days may vary; 2-4 days a week, 16-29 hours/week
    Start Date: mid-May 2018 

To read the full description and apply for these positions, click here

Warehouse Associate with American Tire Distributors

The Warehouse 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.

To read the full job description and apply, click here

Funtastic Traveling Shows Job Fair

Join Goodwill Job Connection for a hiring event with Funtastic Traveling Shows on Monday, April 30th, 2018 at 1 pm. They are currently hiring ride operators, game & food operators for the summer season! 

  • Ages 16+ for food and game operators -no food handlers card required
  • May 4, 5, 6 -several shifts
  • Ages 18+ for ride operators
  • Find out MORE about dress code/uniforms, pay system, transportation, job details at a pre-hire event above
  • Those hired will HAVE to provide a valid ID
  • This company does administer drug testing; no person-to-person background issues

Call for information & to pre-register at 503-239-1734. 

 

St. Johns Farmers Market-High School Paid Internship

Job Title: Farmers Market Intern

Reports to: Farmers Market Manager, St. Johns Center for Opportunity

Status: Paid Summer Internship, Seasonal


To apply:

Please submit a short essay (3-4 paragraphs maximum) about why you want to work at the Farmers Market to:  info@stjohnsopportunity.org OR Rose Williams, 8250 N Lombard Street, Portland, OR 97203. Applications will be accepted through 5pm on Wednesday, May 9th.

No phone calls please. Be sure to include your contact information on your essay.

 

About St. Johns Center for Opportunity

St. Johns Center for Opportunity (SJCO) 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.

Our program, the St. Johns Farmers Market (SJFM), is in its tenth season operating as a mid-sized (35+ vendors), locally run farmers market. The mission of the market is to support a local, sustainable food supply while providing opportunity for emerging farmers, contributing to the health of all local residents, encouraging cross-cultural connections and dialogue, and enhancing the community and business vitality of St. Johns.

Qualifications for position:

●        Must be at least 15 years old to apply.

●        Responsibility and ability to show up every Saturday to intern at the Farmers Market.

●        Commitment to learn and try new things.

●        Commitment to social justice, food security and/or community development.

●        Ability to lift up to 50 lbs and move market equipment.

●        Bilingual/multi-lingual strongly preferred (Spanish or Swahili) but not required.

 

Knowledge and Skills Interns May Acquire

●        Farmers market operations

●        Communication skills

●        Interpersonal skills

●        Accounting and money handling skills

●        Organization skills

●        Sound system operation

●        Public speaking

 

Overview of Role:

Weekly Hours: 8-10 hours each Saturday from May 19 – October 27; Pay rate: $100 stipend every other week; Start date: May 19th, 2018


This high school internship will provide instruction and practical experiences in day-of market operations. Interns will work with the Market Manager and other SJFM volunteers in setting up, working at, and closing the market activities. It is expected that interns will be able to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions, handle physical labor, and be able to work effectively with a wide variety of people.

Structure of Internship:

•      On the job training

•      Internship duration is May 19th - October 27th

•      Intern position is 8 hours on Saturdays – 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.  Interns will have two, 15 min. breaks, plus a 30-minute lunch break each week. A break schedule will be developed with the market coordinator

•      Orientation meeting with Market Manager

•      A written summary of intern performance will be completed at midpoint and at the end of the season. This can be used for a work experience portfolio.

 

Job Responsibilities:

●        Set up assigned areas before the start of the market day

●        Participate in sales in the info booth

●        Assist vendors with set-up

●        Provide information to vendors and market shoppers

●        Monitor trash and recycling bins and dispose of loose trash

●        Check on assigned vendors per schedule

●        Support the Market Manager with daily operations

●        Keep info booth neat and organized

●        Assist with closing market and helping vendors take down displays

 

Benefits of Interning with St. Johns Farmers Market:

•      Hands on experience in a positive, friendly, and relaxed environment

•      Understanding the internal workings of the farmers market.

•      Interactions with members of the community

•      Access to good fruit and veggies

•      Develop “soft skills”: Soft skills are personal attributes that enhance an individual's interactions, job performance and career prospects:

·         Communication - Speak so others (co-workers, vendors, and customers) pay attention and understand you

·         Collaboration - being able to play well with others

·         Self-starter - don’t wait to be told what to do

·         Commitment and Ownership - of your actions and interactions with those around you

·         Integrity - arrive on the job site on time, have clarity of purpose as to why you are working

·         Straight Talk - own up to your mistakes, everyone makes them

·         Teamwork - understand how work as a unit

·         Problem solving - Think things through and ask for help when you need it

·         Adaptability

 

St. Johns Center for Opportunity provide 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.

Retail Merchandising and Training Specialist

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 primary responsibility of the Retail Merchandising and Training Specialist is improvement in tire sales productivity through delivery of effective training, merchandising, and event support to Corporate Accounts to drive company sales growth. The RTMS will report to the Manager – Corporate Accounts, who in turn, reports to the Director of Sales – Corporate Accounts.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Achieve productivity goals by making daily visits to assigned accounts and assisting with training, merchandising assistance, consultation, etc.
  • Present current ordering opportunities to key retailers.  Train them on current websites, ordering procedures, etc.  Understand and share relevant programs available to accounts
  • Develop tire retailing capabilities of assigned key retailers.
  • Develop new business opportunities by working with district management personnel in the field.
  • Develop account strategies to increase sales (tent sales, training events, contests, incentive programs, etc.)
  • Employ business development tools (including Professional Selling Skills) as provided by the Company
  • Solve customer relations problems relating to any account activity
  • Keep accurate and timely records of key contacts and field activity with CRM tools provided by the Company
  • Gather business intelligence and share with field partners and field support center partners
  • Develop and nurture contacts with tire manufacturer representatives within the territory
  • Attain call frequency objectives for each location as assigned.
  • Satisfactory scores on post call surveys.  In addition, the RMTS will be evaluated during supervisor ride along visits.
  • Must master the business development tools (e.g. PSS, CRM, proprietary web portals) as assessed by Training Facilitators.
  • Demonstrate, maintain, and sustain proper use of the business development tools as assessed in-market by the Manager-Corporate Accounts.
  • Understand and convey the elements of each of the corporate accounts programs to assigned accounts as assessed by the Managers – Corporate Accounts.

To APPLY and see the full job description, click here

Hollywood Farmers Market Kid's Club is hiring

Hollywood Farmers Market (HFM) is seeking an energetic and motivated person to coordinate and implement weekly POP Club kids’ activities at the Hollywood Farmers Market, every Saturday from June 9, 2018 through September 1, 2018.

Position Summary

The Kids Program Coordinator will assist HFM year-round staff in planning and organizing weekly activities, and will be responsible for leading activities at the market assisted by rotating volunteers. This is an hourly, part-time position lasting from May 28th to September 7th, with approximately 10 hours per week (hours may vary). This includes a 5-hour shift on Saturdays from 8am to 1pm (June 9th through September 1st), as well as flexible time during the week for planning and organizing. Responsibilities include:

  • Planning fun & educational children’s activities according to program budget
  • Interacting with children and adults in an engaging and respectful manner
  • Maintaining POP Club cards for participating children
  • Setting up and breaking down activity booth, with assistance from volunteers

Position Requirements

  • Experience working with youth in a formal or informal educational context, particularly ages 5-12
  • Excellent verbal communication skills
  • An interest in agriculture, seasonal produce, community food systems and/or farmers markets
  • Ability to work in a high-paced environment with frequent distractions
  • Patience, adaptability, enthusiasm, and a good sense of humor
  • Able to pass background check
  • Must be able to lift 15 lbs.
  • Must be available from 8am to 1pm each Saturday from June 9th to September 1st.

Salary: $15.00/hour

Position start date: Monday, May 28th

Position end date: Friday, September 7th

Reports to: Hollywood Farmers Market Coordinator

To apply please send resume and cover letter to Ari Rosner at ari@hollywoodfarmersmarket.org. Applications will be accepted until 5pm on Monday, April 30th.

To see the full job description, click here

Senior Administrative Specialist with Bureau of Development Services

Senior Administrative Specialist with the Bureau of Development Services $22.77 - $35.05

Application period opens 4/23/18 and closes 4/30/18

** there will be a 100 application limit so this recruitment might close early

General description:

Senior Administrative perform specialized and technical administrative support services. Incumbents perform a diversity of specialized assignments, apply extensive knowledge of their unit’s technical work, including terminology, policies, practices and procedures gained through experience (we will train you), and exercise a more significant degree of initiative and judgment in researching, compiling and reviewing information, establishing work priorities and selecting work methods (you need to bring these skills to the job).

General knowledge/skills/abilities:

  • Use computer to type, edit, revise, proofreads statistical and technical documents/reports/spreadsheets/correspondence etc.
  • Research and assemble information for the preparation of records and reports
  • Updates and maintains specialized logs and databases; ability to cross-check data to identify errors and discrepancies for resolution
  • Greets, answers, screens and refers visitors and telephone calls requiring a high level of customer service.
  • Performs a variety of office administrative functions including backup support to other administrative support staff.

The ideal candidates will possess customer service, business communication, word processing/spreadsheet/ and other standard office software skills, we can train them on how these will apply to their work section.

TO apply: come to the Meet the Employer event on Wednesday, April 25th from 12-2 pm at St. Johns Center for Opportunity (8250 N. Lombard St) to meet with representatives, ask questions and apply on the spot. 

Bureau of Development Services positions with City of Portland!

The Bureau of Development Services expanding its workforce to accommodate our service level needs.  Forecasts place the rate of construction at a steady rate for years to come, this is a GREAT time to get in with the Bureau and help us become the best development regulator in the country!

All postings are at www.portlandoregon.gov/jobs.  Any questions?  Contact Shelonda Simpson at 503-823-3555 orShelonda.Simpson@portlandoregon.gov

 

Building Inspector I: $31.16 - $35.95 hourly, Apply Now!

Bring your enthusiasm for development and inspection skills to the Bureau of Development Services (BDS) as a Building Inspector I and develop your career with the City of Portland!  The Building Inspector I typically perform field inspections on residential buildings and structures as defined by the Oregon Specialty Code (International Building Code with Oregon amendments), and residential structures, which may include manufactured dwellings. This is an excellent entry level position to your career as a City of Portland Building Inspector!  Don’t delay in applying, this recruitment closes 5/7/18.

 

Development Services Technician II: $27.50 - $35.09 hourly, Apply Now!

As a Development Services Technician II, you will be responsible for assisting a wide variety of customers (typically contractors, developers and homeowners) with moderate to difficult projects, starting at the planning stage and continuing through to the construction stage. The eligible list from this recruitment may also be used to fill future vacancies in the Bureau of Development Service (BDS), Fire & Rescue as well as Portland Parks & Recreation.Don’t wait to apply this recruitment has a 100 application limit and will most likely close before the 4/23/18deadline.

 

Public Information Manager: $6,564.13 - $8,820.93 Monthly, Apply Now!

Bring your enthusiasm for development and inspection skills to the Bureau of Development Services (BDS) as our Public Information Manager and develop your career with the City of Portland!  In this role you will oversee internal and external communications, as well as other community outreach functions for the bureau.

 

Commercial Plans Examiner: $35.50 - $43.61 hourly, Apply Now!

The Bureau of Development Services is actively recruiting to fill multiple Commercial Plans Examiner vacancies. This position reviews plans of all building types, including residential, for compliance with State building codes and other applicable City and State regulations. This recruitment closes 5/14/18.

Event Manager & Administrative Tech with METRO

Metro is the regional government that provides integrated resource management for the 24 cities and unincorporated areas in the Portland metropolitan area. Facilities, public assets and governance services include the Oregon Convention Center, the Oregon Zoo, Portland’5 Centers, Expo Center, transportation planning, growth management, solid waste system management and recycling services, and regional parks and natural areas.

To apply: 
Metro accepts job applications online. If you need assistance or accommodation with your application, or access to a computer, call 503-797-1570.

First Opportunity Target Area job opportunities. The following opportunities are open to First Opportunity Target Area (FOTA) residents: This area includes the following zip codes located primarily in N, NE and a small portion of SE Portland: 97024, 97030, 97203, 97211, 97212, 97213, 97216, 97217, 97218, 97220, 97227, 97230, 97233, 97236, and 97266, whose total annual income was less than $47,000 for a household of up to two individuals or less than $65,000 for a household of three or more. Visit the First Opportunity Target Area jobs page at www.oregonmetro.gov/FOTA.

Administrative Technician, part-time, temporary (Portland Expo Center)

Event Manager, part-time, temporary (Oregon Convention Center)

Visit our website www.oregonmetro.gov/jobs for the complete job announcement and a link to our online hiring center. A computer applicationkiosk is available at Metro Regional Center, 600 NE Grand Avenue, Portland, Oregon. The kiosk will be open during regular office hours – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.