Job Opportunities

Current Job Opportunities with Living Cully Partner Organizations:

 

Living Cully:

Living Cully Coordinator: Open Until Jan. 26

The Living Cully Coordinator coordinates the activities of Living Cully, a collaboration of Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East, Hacienda Community Development Corporation, the Native American Youth and Family Center and Verde. The Coordinator is responsible for ensuring strong communication among the organizations, forward progress on Signature Projects and Programs, advancing internal goals such as collaborative data sharing and a collaborative budget with fundraising goals. For more information, click here.

Verde: 

Landscape Crew Members: Open Until Filled

Verde Landscape is looking for skilled crew members to join the team! Landscaping skills and a driver’s license are preferred. Applications are available at our office at 6899 NE Columbia Blvd Suite A, Portland, OR 97218, or email carlinaarango@verdenw.org for an online application. For more information, click here.

 

Hacienda Community Development Corporation:

No opportunities available at this time.

 

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East:

Assistant Site Supervisor: Open until Jan. 26, 2018

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East is seeking a highly motivated individual to join their team of committed professionals. This position is responsible for supporting the organization’s goal of building 23 homes next year. The individual will lead families and volunteers in performing in-house construction activities, including site preparation, foundation systems, rough framing, window/door installation, weatherproofing, siding, painting, flooring installation, millwork installation, interior painting and landscaping. For more information, click here.

Land Acquisition Project Manager: Open until Jan. 26, 2018

The Land Acquisition Project Manager is responsible for maintaining Habitat’s property/land inventory and for handling all associated land development functions to include the identification and acquisition of property to support strategic home building goals. The position is also responsible for taking all properties through land use, design and permitting. The position will work closely with members of the Homeownership Services and Construction departments as well as agency leadership to maintain Habitat’s property/land inventory. For more information, click here.

Major Gifts Officer: Open until Jan. 11, 2018

The new Major Gift Officer will join a dynamic and successful fundraising team and will play a critical role in helping the organization reach new heights. Under the general direction of the VP of Resource Development, the Major Gift Officer (MGO) is responsible for qualifying, cultivating and soliciting gifts from individual donors. This is a new position that has been created to grow our Major Gift program by focusing specifically on engaging with and soliciting individual donors. The MGO will work to build relationships that result in increased funding and longstanding donor relationships with the Habitat organization. The successful candidate will enjoy meeting face-to-face with donors to share this exciting work and to solicit, close and steward their financial support.

 

Native American Youth and Family Center

NAYA is committed to bringing quality, culturally-specific services to our community members.
Applicants for our vacancies should have a strong connection to the Native American population, as well as a significant understanding of Native American history, the diversity of the local American Indian/Alaskan Native community, and issues surrounding the Urban Indian experience.

Please check here for all of the current employment opportunities with NAYA.

Columbia Slough Watershed Council

No opportunities at this time.

 

Training Opportunities in the  Construction Trades :

Oregon Tradeswomen Inc.

Interested in a career in the trades? Check out Oregon Tradeswomen Inc.’s programs!

Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc., (OTI) is dedicated to promoting success for women in the trades through education, leadership and mentorship. Founded in 1989 as a small support group led by four tradeswomen (an elevator constructor, two carpenters and an operating engineer), OTI was reorganized as Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc., a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, in 1999. OTI was founded on the principles that women deserve and can attain economic self-sufficiency through pursuing careers in the building, mechanical, electrical, and utility trades while helping and encouraging the trades industry build up a diverse workforce. Today the organization is comprised of nearly 400 members, three programs, an annual trades career fair for women and girls, and the support of trades industry employers.

Constructing Hope

Mission: Constructing Hope means that we are in the business of rebuilding the lives of people in our community by encouraging self-sufficiency through skills training and education in the construction industry.

Check out their website for how to apply!

Cully Workforce Training and Job connections

Looking for employment? Need support with your resume? Contact Mulu Terefe, our Cully Neighborhood Employment and Training Advisor. Mulu Terefe: mterefe@pcc.edu, 971-722-2140

Get employment help through Human Solutions’ program, Email Jose Garcia who works in the Cully Neighborhood: jgarcia@humansolutions.org or call Human Solutions 503-907-2828