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N.W. JOB MARKET / BIDS & PUBLIC NOTICES
January 4, 2016
NORTHWEST JOB MARKET
FIREFIGHTER - MEDIC
Salary range: $19.33 - $26.42 hourly
The City of Salem is accepting applications for the
position of Firefighter/Paramedic. Anyone with a
desire to pursue a challenging and rewarding career
in the Fire Service is encouraged to apply. Closing
date: 1/8/2016. To apply, please visit our website at
of the School of Classical
National College of Natural Medicine seeks a part-
time individual, (30 hours per week). This position
provides assistance to the Dean of Classical Chinese
Medicine in ensuring that NCNM provides high
quality, learner-centered education that produces
competent, confident and successful graduates. Full
job description and application details can be found
at <www.ncnm.edu>. EOE.
Hiring for Substitute Teacher at PPS
Requirements: Oregon Teaching License
Apply at <jobs.pps.net>
Job # 2100013402
Metro is an Affirmative Action /
Equal Opportunity Employer
Find general information about the
city and employment opportunities at:
Hiring for Paraeducator Substitute at PPS
Requirements: 72 college credits
Apply at <jobs.pps.net>
Job # 2100013403
(Judicial Support Specialist 3)
Multnomah County Circuit Court, Portland,
Oregon. Applications must be submitted through the
State of Oregon Jobs website. For more information
or to apply, go to <www.governmentjobs.com/
careers/oregon>, select Look for Jobs, enter judicial
assistant in the search box, and select the job title for
job number OJD-MULJSS3-36.
Full-time case management position, working with
young adults in a career training program. Plan,
coordinate, develop, and implement a professional
individual and group counseling program for
students. Bachelor’s degree in counseling, social
work, or related field and one year experience. Apply
at <www.mtcjobs.com>, #6632BR.
Women, veterans, minorities, persons
with disabilities encouraged to apply.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer!
The Port of Portland is a regional government entity
operating airports, marine terminals and industrial
parks in the greater Portland metropolitan area. Our
mission is to enhance the region’s economy and
quality of life by providing efficient cargo and air
passenger access to national and global markets.
To view current job openings and to apply for
open positions, visit the Port’s website at
The Port of Portland is an
AA/EEO employer committed to
workforce diversity and affirmative action.
Salary: $4,106 - $6,324 Monthly
Portland Parks and Recreation Rangers serve
multiple roles by providing information, helping solve
park user conflicts, and enforcing City Code. The
Ranger Supervisor is an integral part of this team and
oversees seasonal and full time rangers, as well as
parking enforcement staff.
The supervisor plans, trains, schedules and
supervises staff as well as creates, monitors and
implements the program work plan. S/he makes
policy and procedural changes, develops and
monitors standard operating procedures, leads
training committee efforts, and sets expectations/
guidelines for staff. The City is offering an optional
information meeting for this recruitment. Please
see the Additional Information section in the
complete announcement online.
To submit applications,
review the complete announcement at
The Asian Reporter is published on
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The classified advertising deadlines
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January 18 issue: Friday, January 15, 2:00pm
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Metro operates the Oregon Convention Center,
Oregon Zoo, Portland’5 Centers for the Arts and
Expo Center and provides transportation planning,
recycling, natural area and other services to the
Visit <www.oregonmetro.gov/jobs> for current
listings and a link to our online hiring center.
Worksystems is currently recruiting for a dynamic
and enthusiastic Senior Project Manager with
excellent project management, communication, and
program development skills. The focus of the position
is managing Worksystems’ efforts in the
infrastructure / construction sector, and coordinating
the development and implementation of CBA
projects across the region.
CANDIDATES SHOULD HAVE:
Bachelor degree in a related field preferred, will
consider substantial work experience in the
construction industry as an organizer / project
manager in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree.
Knowledge of the Infrastructure and Construction
industry, Registered Apprenticeship, Construction
Programs, & Community Based Organizations
At least 3 years of experience in planning and
research or other work directly related to human
services, program administration, workforce
development, private business and/or community
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in
writing at all levels, making complex material clear
and concise to varied audiences.
Senior Project Manager Salary Range:
$62,270 - $93,404
Position will begin as a 1 year Limited Duration.
Continued funding for this position will depend
largely on Worksystems’ and the incumbent’s
success in securing ongoing CBA agreements in the
Portland Metro Area and leveraging support for the
position by community partners and local
A detailed job description can be found at
To apply, please submit a cover letter, résumé, and
three professional references to: Worksystems, Attn:
Human Resources, 1618 SW 1st Ave., Suite 450,
Portland, OR 97201, or e-mail to <hr@worksystems.
org>. First review of résumés will be January 18,
Worksystems is an Equal Opportunity Employer and
offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
Salary: $5,496.00 - $7,330.00 Monthly
Close Date: 01/11/2016
As a member of the Portland Bureau of Transporta-
tion’s Communications Team, the Public Involvement
Coordinator will design, plan and implement the
bureau wide public involvement process. This work
includes: devising strategies and initiatives to involve
members of the public in policy development and in
budget and program decisions; developing tools,
training and resources to support staff in their public
involvement activities; serving as a liaison between
other bureaus and public agencies, government
officials, community and business groups and the
media; representing the bureau in its public involve-
ment initiatives; and developing creative and innova-
tive ways to engage and educate the public about the
bureau’s work. To view full announcement visit:
BIDS, SUB-BIDS & PUBLIC NOTICES
PUBLIC NOTICE / REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
HEALTH CAREERS NORTHWEST
Worksystems is seeking proposals from
organizations to provide basic skills development,
tutoring, and post-secondary access for individuals
for entry into occupational skills training. The RFP is
posted on WSI’s website: <www.worksystems.org>.
Proposals are due noon, January 6, 2016.
Worksystems, Inc. is an equal opportunity em-
ployer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are avail-
able upon request to individuals with disabilities.
To place a free relay call in Oregon dial 711.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Bid Documents Released: January 15, 2016
Bids Due: February 15, 2016 at 1:00pm
The project consists of new construction of
academic spaces, residential units (500+ beds),
administrative offices, and support spaces. The
building has (4) levels of wood frame construction
over (2) levels of concrete frame. Total building area is
approximately 145,000 sf.
Walsh Construction is requesting
proposals for the following scopes:
Contact: Aaron Elliott
Walsh Construction Co./Oregon
2905 SW First Ave * Portland, OR 97201
(503) 222-4375 * FAX (503) 274-7676
Contact: Aaron Elliot
Walsh Construction Co./Oregon is an equal
opportunity employer and requests sub-bids
from minority, women, disadvantaged and
emerging small business enterprises.
E-mail your ad to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.