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N.W. JOB MARKET / BIDS & PUBLIC NOTICES
March 7, 2016
NORTHWEST JOB MARKET
Portland Parks & Recreation
Summer Recreation Staff
For more information visit
Public Involvement Firm Seeks
Responsible for outreach and recruitment of
candidates for the Job Corps Program. Must have
bachelor’s degree & 3 years exp. working with youth,
one of which must be in sales, marketing, or
counseling related services. 4 years additional exp. or
ed. & exp. may be considered in lieu of degree. Valid
driver’s license; acceptable driving record. $17.59 +
benefits. View job description or apply at <www.
Women, veterans, minorities, disabled encouraged
to apply. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer!
Springdale Job Corps
HS Diploma or equiv. & 1 year exp. working with
youth. Valid driver’s license; acceptable driving
record required. $15.44/hour + benefits.
View job description and/or apply at <www.
chugach.com/careers> or <www.chugachjobs.
Find general information about the
city and employment opportunities at:
NAIL TECHS &
ACRYLIC NAIL TECHS
Looking for full-time nail techs. Weekly pay
guarantee. Established nail salon in Lake Oswego
near Bridgeport Village. Please contact Dan at (503)
624-1177 or (480) 636-0595 to set up an interview.
United Way of the Columbia-Willamette is hiring a:
Hiring range: $36,720 to $44,064, DOE.
For more info and to apply,
Position closes 3/24/2016.
Equal Opportunity Employer
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.
HELP DESK SUPPORT &
Worksystems is an award-winning nonprofit
organization serving Multnomah and Washington
Counties and the City of Portland. Our mission is to
build and invest in a comprehensive workforce
development system that supports individual
prosperity and business competitiveness.
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.
Metro is an Affirmative Action /
Equal Opportunity Employer
At Children’s Center our mission is to support and
medically assess children who are suspected victims
of abuse or neglect. As the sole organization in
Clackamas County providing comprehensive child
abuse assessment and intervention services,
nationally accredited Children's Center is a place of
healing for children, along with their non-offending
family members or caregivers. We are currently
seeking an experienced Database Coordinator to join
our Fund Development team. If you are ready to
support an organization making a positive impact in
the lives of children, visit <www.childrenscenter.cc>
for a full job posting, requirements & application
details under the “Get Involved” tab.
Join Worksystems and help make a difference!
We are recruiting for the key position of Help Desk
Support and Training Administrator to join our
Information Systems Department team. We offer
excellent compensation and benefits and an innova-
tive work environment.
The Help Desk Support and Training Admini-
strator is responsible for supporting the users of
Worksystems’ web-based data systems. The duties
include, but are not limited to: Acting as the initial
point of contact for staff and customers using the web
based systems; training staff users of the systems;
ongoing testing and quality assurance; trouble-
shooting and diagnosing errors and problem reports.
To apply, please submit a cover letter, résumé,
Worksystems, Attn: Human Resources, 1618 SW 1st
Ave., Suite 450, Portland, OR 97201, or e-mail to
Salary: $54,763 - $82,144. First review of résumés
will be March 21, 2016. Position open until filled.
For more info and a complete job description go to
our website <www.worksystems.org>.
Part-time, Oregon Convention Center
$12.35 - $16.06 hourly. Deadline: 03/14/2016.
These 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.
To apply: visit our website at <www.oregon
metro.gov/jobs> for the complete job announce-
ment and a link to our online hiring center or visit our
lobby kiosk at Metro, 600 NE Grand Ave., Portland.
Metro is an Affirmative Action /
Equal Opportunity Employer
PORT OF PORTLAND
To be considered for potential processing toward
status as an “Identified Casual” longshore worker in
the Port of Portland, OR, send via first-class U.S. mail
a postcard of 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches (three and
one-half by five and one-half inches) to JPLRC –
Portland, P.O. Box 5546, Portland, OR 97228. The
card must include the applicant’s full name (first,
middle, last), mailing address, and telephone number
with area code. Do not mail a résumé, include any
other information, or put the card in an envelope.
Cards that are oversized, embellished with additional
information or decorations, untimely, incomplete,
illegible, etc. will be disqualified. No phone calls, no
On or about April 1, 2016, a drawing to create a
potential processing list is intended to be held from a
combination of timely received postcards and
“Interest Cards” (submitted through longshore
industry referrals). If the number of timely public cards
received exceeds that of Interest Cards received, a
preliminary drawing is intended to be held just among
the public cards to collect a number equal to the
amount of Interest Cards. That subgroup will then be
combined with the Interest Cards for the drawing. To
be eligible for consideration, application cards
must be postmarked no earlier than March 1, 2016
and no later than March 11, 2016, and must be
received before the drawing(s). After the drawing, a
list of those selected for processing will be posted for
30 days on <ILWU.ORG> and <PMANET.ORG>.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have a
valid state driver’s license with photograph, have no
disqualifying convictions, have sufficient knowledge
of English to speak and understand written and verbal
safety warnings in English, and be eligible to work in
the U.S. Those selected for processing will be
advised of additional requirements. Only one
application per person. Anyone attempting to
submit more than one application (of any type) will be
disqualified. Those submitting an Interest Card may
not submit a public card as described in this ad.
Duplication, sale or trade for value of an application
including an Interest Card is strictly prohibited.
Violation of this rule will result in disqualification of the
applicant as well as discipline and punishment of the
seller or trader, up to and including possible
deregistration or termination of longshore employ-
ment and dispatch privileges. There is no fee or
charge for applying. No money should be paid to any
person or organization related to this recruitment
program. Casual longshore workers are not eligible
to receive benefits provided under the collective
bargaining agreement only to registered workers (for
example, health insurance, pensions, holiday pay,
vacation pay). There is no guarantee of employment,
continued employment, or advancement; casual
work is sporadic and never guaranteed, but casuals
must nonetheless work sufficient available hours to
retain longshore dispatch privileges.
A TWIC (Transportation Worker Identification Cre-
dential) is required by the Department of Homeland
Security to enter all marine facilities. Applicants are
urged to promptly familiarize themselves with TWIC
application requirements: <www.tsa.gov> and
1-866-347-8371 are resources (not PMA, ILWU, the
JPLRC). Being ineligible to enter marine facilities
because you do not have a TWIC will not be a valid
excuse for being unavailable for dispatch, not
accepting a job, or not working as directed.
Submitting a card does not guarantee processing
or employment in the longshore industry. The pro-
cedures by which longshore processing and
employment may be offered can be changed at any
time and without notice at the discretion of the joint
parties to the governing collective bargaining
agreement. Applicants are responsible for keeping
the Joint Port Labor Relations Committee advised of
their current contact information. All contact
information updates must be made in writing. Please
send all contact information updates to: JPLRC –
Local 8 Casual Processing, 101 SW Main Street, Suite
330, Portland, OR 97204. Disputes and claims about
any aspect of this casual process are subject to the
collective bargaining agreement and its grievance
procedures, must be in writing and must be received
by the JPLRC (JPLRC – Local 8 Casual Processing
Grievance, 101 SW Main Street, Suite 330, Portland,
OR 97204) within ten (10) days of the source of the
complaint. No extensions. JPLRC decisions on
grievances are final and binding. PMA member
companies are equal opportunity employers.
E-mail your recruitment advertisement to