Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership is hiring

The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership currently has two job openings that we are looking to fill—a Grant Writer and an Environmental Educator. We have posted these opportunities on your university website but wanted to send them to you as well. Please share these with anyone who may be interested.

Grant Writer

Salary Range:  $44,300 – $64,300, Full Time Equivalent

Job Classification:  Regular, Exempt

Minimum Hours Required:  30 Hours Per Week

Supervisor:  Community Relations Manager

Application Due Date:  5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018

The Grant Writer will work as part of the Community Relations team. Primary duties for this position include researching grant opportunities, tracking grant application deadlines, writing grant applications, gathering and preparing grant materials, and submitting grants on time. Applications will include scientific and technical grants as well as grants for education and community events. For the full position description, please visit this link: http://www.estuarypartnership.org/grant-writer-application-form

Environmental Educator

Salary Range:  $46,500 – $66,500, Full Time Equivalent

Job Classification:  Regular, Exempt

Hours:  32 Hours Per Week. This position is a 12-month position, with a high likelihood of being extended.

Supervisor:  Community Programs Manager

Application Due Date:  5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018

The Environmental Educator position delivers Estuary Partnership education and community programs. Education programs provide outdoor learning experiences to K-12 students to build science knowledge and improve students’ access to natural areas. The programs involve applying hands-on education activities learned in the classroom while in the field through on-water activities, involvement in a service-learning projects, water quality or macroinvertebrate sampling, nature hikes, etc. Estuary Partnership volunteer plantings and community paddles engage community members in their local watershed to learn about and improve water quality and habitat.  For the full position description, please visit this link: http://www.estuarypartnership.org/environmental-educator-application-form

Volunteers needed: World Salmon Counsil

The World Salmon Council is a local environmental nonprofit. Our mission is to provide experiential education to students in the Greater Portland area. Through our program Salmon Watch, we provide field trips that use wild salmon as a focal point to foster connections with nature and provide a multidisciplinary outdoor education. We also provide in-class curriculum and facilitate service learning projects, which are centered on community engagement with environmental issues.

Our organization is dependent upon the work of our incredible volunteers, and we are always hoping to expand our program with new volunteer educators. If anyone in your department is interested in becoming involved, the application to become a volunteer educator can be found here:

https://worldsalmoncouncil.org/our-programs/2018-19-volunteer-application/

No experience is necessary as we provide volunteer trainings at the end of the summer. Field trips happen on weekdays during September, October, and November.

If you would like to learn more about us or schedule a tabling or informational meeting, you can contact our program director at rachel@worldsalmoncouncil.org. You can also find out more about us at our website: www.worldsalmoncouncil.org

local family looking for a babysitter

Engaging and Reliable Babysitter Needed, Close-In NE Portland

When: 3pm –6pm, Monday to Friday with some flexibility

Where: Close-in Northeast Portland (Irvington to Woodlawn)

Starts: September 2018

I need someone to pick up my two children (ages 8 and 10) from school and bring them home, which will usually involve a 2.2 mi drive (or possibly bus ride) and sometimes (if going to dad’s house) a two-block walk. Primary responsibilities include: arriving in time for pick-up, driving children home, supervising some light household chores and a little homework, and then relaxing and drawing or holding guinea pigs, going to the park … your choice.

Must be a safe driver with your own car, valid driver’s license, and car insurance.

About us: I’m a single mom with two school-age kids. I work in math education for a local non-profit close to Legacy Emanuel Hospital. My kids will be in Grades 2 and 5. They love art, the library, Minecraft, our cats and guinea pigs, Steven Universe and Teen Titans Go, and reading. I’m trying to be better about limiting screen time and would love a babysitter who would enjoy taking them to the library, talking/listening about Minecraft, and supporting them in their frequent ambitious and spontaneous craft projects.

If interested please call me, at 503-943-9045

Thank you, Martha Ruttle

 

Ethos, Inc is hiring

Ethos music center is hiring a part-time private lesson and group class music instructor.

Responsibilities:

Teach weekly music lessons and track student attendance.
Choose appropriate repertoire according to students’ age, skill, and interests.
Create a learning environment that balances expectations and structure with compassion and creativity.
Maintain open communication with Ethos’ administrative staff about schedule.
Maintain an organized and functional classroom.
Promote a positive workplace environment.

Compensation:

$22/hr (private lessons)

$24/hr (group classes)

$35/hr (off-site)

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the positions are filled.

To apply, please submit a resumé and cover letter to adam@gmail.com (Adam Goodwin, Director of Programs) or submit these in person or by mail to our headquarters:

2 N. Killingsworth St.,

Portland OR 97217

Summer hours (through August 2018):

Monday – Friday: 11am – 7pm
Saturday: 10am – 2pm

Fall hours (beginning Tuesday, September 4th, 2018):

Monday – Thursday: 12pm – 8pm, Friday 11am – 7pm

Saturday: 10am – 2pm

Please see link for more details. Ethos seeking part-time music instructors

St. Rose School Openings

St. Rose School has two teaching positions available for this fall.

Position title: Pre-Kindergarten Teaching Assistant  

Full-time 

Catholic preferred  

St. Rose School is seeking a positive and caring person to assist our full day Prekindergarten teacher. Candidate should be used to working with young children and have an understanding of age appropriate behaviors of 4 year olds. Person should be open to learn from the lead teacher and assist in a variety of tasks in the classroom.

To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to cpenwell@strosepdx.org

Contact Person: Christine Penwell

School Name: St. Rose School

5309 NE Alameda Street

Portland, OR 97213

 

Position title: Extended Care Teacher 

Part-time

Catholic preferred

Enthusiastic and energetic teacher needed to work in St. Rose School’s after school program. Qualifications: Previous experience working with school-age students in educational or child care setting preferred OR coursework in child development, elementary education, special education, recreation, or early childhood education.

Candidates must pass criminal background check and be willing to enroll in the Oregon Child Care Division Online Center Background Registry.

Candidates must obtain an Oregon Food Handlers card and become CPR/First Aid certified.

Approximate hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 3pm-6pm; Thursday 2:30-6pm Hourly wages Hours are approximate, but would be within the times listed except for a few days and exceptions.

 

Position available starting September 4, 2018

To apply, send letter of interest and resume to cpenwell@strosepdx.org

Thank you!

Christine Penwell

Principal

cpenwell@strosepdx.org

 

5309 NE Alameda Street, Portland, Oregon 97213

503.281.1912  fax 503.281.0554 • strosepdx.org

 

As a mission of St. Rose Parish, St. Rose School educates each student as a unique child of God to know and live the Catholic faith and to achieve excellence.