City of Portland

About Portland, Oregon: 
The Rose City comprises an area of approximately 145 square miles in northwestern Oregon. With a 2021 population estimated at 662,000, Portland is the heart of culture, commerce, industry, transportation, finance, and services for a metropolitan area that includes an estimated 2.2 million people.

Portland is the county seat of Multnomah County; the largest city in Oregon and the second largest city in the Pacific Northwest. Residents take pride in the city’s diverse neighborhoods, natural beauty, good schools and independent spirit. The city consistently ranks among the top 25 arts destinations in the United States, and is one of the best cycling cities in North America as well as one of the nation’s best walking towns.

Portland’s identity is steeped in the Pacific Northwest's natural beauty, with Mount Hood, the Cascade Mountain Range and the renowned Oregon Coast each just over an hour away. There are 37,000 acres of parks and green spaces within the metropolitan area, including 5,000-acre Forest Park, the largest urban wilderness in America. Average temperatures range between 34° in winter to 80° in summer and Portland receives 37 inches of rain annually; less rainfall than Seattle, Houston, Baltimore, Boston and Atlanta.

Why work at the City of Portland?

We are culture- and solutions-driven, viewing every challenge as an opportunity to learn, improve, and share our expertise. We are committed to removing systemic barriers to resources, access and opportunity. “The City” is a believer in ALL people and continues to actively recruit and retain diverse top talent every day. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to medical, dental, vision, basic life, and short- and long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. If you are open-minded, motivated, community-focused and self-aware, please apply yourself at the City of Portland today.
 
City of Portland Core Values:
Anti-racism | Equity | Transparency | Communication | Collaboration | Fiscal Responsibility
 
These values guide our actions as we serve the community and engage our workforce. To learn more about the City's core values, please click 
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57 job(s) at City of Portland

City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 14, 2024
Full Time
The Position Job Appointment: Full-Time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 7 am-3:30 pm. An alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: 5001 N. Columbia Boulevard. , PORTLAND OR Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefits for this position. Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to respond to the supplemental questions and attach a resume. The Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) is seeking a Manager I position to join our Wastewater Operations Division to oversee the supervision of the State of Oregon’s largest activated sludge wastewater treatment plant as well as the support and management of the personnel directly involved in the 24/7 treatment processes. The Operations Division monitors, controls, and operates state-of-the-art resource recovery facilities for the City of Portland. As these facilities have expanded over the years, the need for site, craft, and process specific support, training, planning, and coordination has also increased. The Operations Process Control Manager position will oversee the process control program and system integration coordination associated with CIP work. The position requires physical presence at the treatment facility, and the schedule is: The candidate selected for this position will work five days/week, eight hours/day, M-F, from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm during onboarding and orientation. Final schedule, including options for compressed work weeks and telework, will be identified and agreed upon by the incumbent and manager. The position is responsible for supporting and supervising staff while managing related activities in operating the wastewater treatment processes at the Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant and the Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) system. Under general direction, the Manager I plans, schedules, organizes, and directs work unit programs comprised of skilled personnel engaged in the operation of a large wastewater treatment facility; ensures the safe, proper, and efficient operation of the collection and treatment systems and facilities; provides for program support and participation with internal and external stakeholders; budget oversight, and performs related duties as assigned, including a rotational on-call coordinator role. The position will provide leadership in the Operations Division of the O&MG, to ensure that safety policies and procedures are communicated, updated, and adhered to in the day-to-day operation of the treatment facilities. They will prioritize and present information on the microbiological health status of the facilities and provide operational strategies to ensure compliance with the NPDES permits that govern our work. Additionally, this position will have the primary role in the creation, review, signature and submittal of the monthly Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR) for the CBWTP. They will work collaboratively with and help to support the Treatment Pumping Systems Division (TPSD) in developing and delivering Capital Improvement Project (CIP) work and will forecast and provide timely communication on predicted collisions in schedules. They will work to help establish standards for the division, including working closely with a new System Integration/Asset Commissioning Analyst to develop and communicate expected outcomes associated with key performance indicators (KPI)s and other operational process optimization efforts. This position will have a financial role in tracking and communicating costs and appropriate funding for consumables (chemicals) budgeting and maintain lines of communication to division and senior management needs for alterations to funding and cost centers. This division is organized into the following work units: CBWTP Liquids Treatment : This group is responsible for the day shift operation of the general liquids and the solids treatment and handling processes, including the management of flows coming into the plant as well as the headworks, primary treatment, secondary treatment, disinfection, and effluent discharge process areas.CBWTP Solids Treatment: This group is responsible for the management of the anaerobic digestion and solids thickening and/or dewatering process areas.CBWTP Process Control: This team supports all process areas with coordinating LOTO efforts related to planned and unplanned construction and maintenance activities; developing and presenting materials to inform on new and existing process areas, while seeking process optimization opportunities. CBWTP Special Operations: This work group performs vital maintenance/cleaning work onsite during the day shift including collection and delivery of compliance samples; lagoon dredge operations, and operational preventive maintenance activities (i.e., gate/valve exercise program). Along with providing relief (vacation and leave coverage) and support for other programs when needed. CBWTP B Shift (swing) and C Shift (graveyard) : These “off shifts” report to CBWTP and are responsible for operational control and oversight of all processes at both treatment plants outside of normal business hours. Both shifts have reduced staffing and receive support via on on-call coordinator system. TCWTP is monitored from CBWTP for these shifts. TCWTP Operations : This work group reports directly to the TCWTP and is responsible for the operation of all treatment process areas at the facility. Staff works day shifts with one-person onsite Saturdays and Sundays. TCWTP is monitored from CBWTP outside of the day shift. At BES, we value our customers and partners; Portlanders’ sense of connection to their waterways; conscientious stewardship of our watersheds, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure, and financial resources; a diverse, collaborative, healthy, and engaged workforce; leadership among our employees and in our City and community; equity in our workplace, business practices, and service delivery; clear communication and transparency; innovative, sustainable, and resilient solutions. BES is seeking talented individuals from diverse racial, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds with knowledge, ability, and experience working with a broad range of individuals and communities; and that desire to work collaboratively and creatively to broaden the variety of innovative ways to partner with and serve all Portland communities. To learn more about the work we do at BES, click on the link: www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/ Our BES 10-Year Strategic Plan can be found here: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/75720 Questions: Terrol Johnson Senior Recruiter terrol.johnson@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify Applicants should specifically address and demonstrate in their résumé and answers to supplemental questions how their education, training, and/or experience meet each of the following minimum qualifications: 1. Knowledge of wastewater treatment processes including the operation of process control equipment, trouble-shooting techniques, and laboratory procedures. 2. Minimum of 5-years of demonstrated experience in municipal or industrial wastewater treatment, with an increasing level of responsibility. 3. Ability to plan, prioritize and schedule work while leading a team of water quality professionals in adhering to safety and compliance requirements. 4. Skills to effectively communicate, support, coach and train others within an organization. 5. Ability to be a human-centered leader who will incorporate equity into the decision-making process. Applicants must also possess: A valid state driver's license and acceptable driving record at the time of hire. Possess an Oregon DEQ Wastewater Treatment Grade III certificate upon hire, with the ability to obtain Oregon DEQ Wastewater Treatment Grade IV certification within 12 months. See DEQ’s “Treatment System Operator Qualifications” at the following link: https://www.oregon.gov/deq/wq/Documents/Opcert-PathwayQualsForCollectionTreatment.pdf The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 13 and May 27, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Answer to the Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: If you would like to request Veteran's Preference, please submit your Veteran documents (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) by the closing date of the recruitment. Application Tips: Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training, and/or experience, and where obtained, which reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach any additional documents. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of May 27, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Your resume and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you would like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required before the establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 3, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): Mid June The hiring bureau will review and select candidates for an interview. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: Late June Step 6: Start Date: A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met.*Timeline is approximate and subject to change. Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 5/27/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 14, 2024
Full Time
The Position Job Appointment: Full-Time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 7 am-3:15 pm. Work Location: 5001 N COLUMBIA BLVD, PORTLAND OR 97203-2098 Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefits for this position. Union Representation: Portland City Laborers 483 (PCL) . To view labor agreements, current and future, please visit the Current City Labor Agreements page . The Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) Operations & Maintenance Group (O&MG) is seeking a Wastewater Operations Specialist to join our dynamic team of highly qualified people to assist in process areas, planning and carrying out lockout/tag-out procedures, assist with producing standard operating procedures (SOP's) and procedural documents for Operations staff and many other Operations related activities. This position may assist with or provide training and coordination of process area-specific work for the 44 wastewater operators within the O&MG Operations Division. All work is carried out under general supervision with a heavy emphasis on coordination with all plant staff. This is a journey-level position and it is desired that the applicant will be able to demonstrate 5+ years of increasing responsibility in the field of Wastewater Treatment. It is also desired, but not required, that the applicant possess an Oregon Level III or above Wastewater Treatment System Operation certification. The successful applicant must have the ability to quickly familiarize themselves on plant processes, and act as a system expert within the Operations Division, and promote an equitable workplace that demonstrates an environment reflective of living and working in a multicultural society. Duties and responsibilities include: This position performs a variety of specialized technical tasks in support of Operations staff within the O&MG. Work involves the gathering of data from shift reports collected from the treatment facilities and processing that data into a variety of regulatory and operations reports. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the performance of process control functions, NPDES spreadsheet summaries, plant operations records, periodic reports, and personnel schedules. Wastewater Operations Specialists work on the following within the Operations Division: Participate in long and short-term projects Conduct, and oversee process experiments Carry out product testing Solve complex operating issues Support other crafts in performing and preparing for maintenance tasks Assists with the collection and/or compilation of data for regulatory reporting purposes Researching new technologies Conduct facility tours for internal and external stakeholders At BES, we value our customers and partners; Portlanders’ sense of connection to their waterways; conscientious stewardship of our watersheds, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure, and financial resources; a diverse, collaborative, healthy, and engaged workforce; leadership among our employees and in our City and community; equity in our workplace, business practices, and service delivery; clear communication and transparency; innovative, sustainable, and resilient solutions. BES is seeking talented individuals from diverse racial, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds with knowledge, ability, and experience working with a broad range of individuals and communities; and who desire to work collaboratively and creatively to broaden the variety of innovative ways to partner with and serve all Portland communities. To learn more about the work we do at BES, click on the link: www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/ Our BES 10-Year Strategic Plan can be found here: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/75720 Questions: Terrol Johnson Senior Recruiter terrol.johnson@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify Applicants should specifically address and demonstrate in their résumé and answers to supplemental questions how their education, training, and/or experience meet each of the following minimum qualifications: Knowledge pertaining to operation of a wastewater treatment facility, including treatment technology, process control, process performance parameters, laboratory sampling and analysis and control system logic. Skill using computer software, including MS Office and wastewater treatment facility maintenance management programs. Skills in oral and written communications, including report writing. Ability to maintain databases and manage software with special attention to regulatory requirements. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and to work constructively as a team. Applicants must also possess: A valid state driver's license and acceptable driving record at the time of hire. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 13 and June 3, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Answer to the Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: If you would like to request Veteran's Preference, please submit your Veteran documents (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) by the closing date of the recruitment. Application Tips: Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training, and/or experience, and where obtained, which reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach any additional documents. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of June 3, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Your resume and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you would like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required before the establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 10, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): Mid June The hiring bureau will review and select candidates for an interview. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: Late June Step 6: Start Date: A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met.*Timeline is approximate and subject to change. Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 6/3/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 14, 2024
Full Time
The Position Interested in making a positive contribution to your community? Are you looking for a position with great benefits and retirement? If so, don't hesitate to apply to the Utility Worker II - CL recruitment today! Job Appointment: Regular Fulltime. Work Schedule: Depends on the bureau and the position; shifts vary between 8 and 10 hour days; Monday-Thursday or Monday - Friday. Work Location: Varies. Most positions are on work sites around the Portland metro area. Benefit: Please check our benefits tab for an overview of benefits for this position Union Representation: This classification is represented by LiUNA Laborers Local 483 - Portland City Laborers. To view this labor agreement, please click here . Number of Vacancies: See information below. Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to complete a work history form and submit answers to Supplemental Questions. Position Summary: Utility Workers II - CL perform a variety of jobs in the construction, maintenance, repair, and operation of City equipment and infrastructure . Utility Worker II drive trucks that require a Class "A" Commercial Driver's License (CDL within 6 months of hire, training provided) to transport materials and crews and, depending on assignment, perform semi-skilled work in a variety of construction, maintenance, and operational functions. Utility Workers II perform manual labor ground activities such as traffic control flagging, graffiti abatement, digging, grading, raking on a pothole crew; operate compressors and a variety of air tools, power articulated tools and miscellaneous small hand and power tools. Utility Workers II also perform minor maintenance and repair activities on assigned tools and equipment, work closely with journey trades person such as carpenters, concrete finishers, and equipment operators; and take direction from crew leaders and s upervisors. About the current vacancies: The Portland Bureau of Transportation is a community partner in shaping a livable city. We plan, build, manage, and maintain an effective and safe transportation system that provides mobility for all users . We keep Portland moving. For more information about the Portland Bureau of Transportation, please visit Transportation | Portland.gov . The Portland Bureau of Transportation embraces diversity, models inclusivity, and promotes equity through its service delivery, internal operations, organizational culture, and in its work with partners and the community. Number of vacancies PBOT is hiring for: 18 PLEASE NOTE: The incumbent in PBOT is an essential employee and a member of the bureau's 24-hour response team , working up to 12 hour shifts which require an after-hour, evening, weekend, and holiday emergency response when in a full callout . Portland Fire & Rescue (PF&R) is the largest fire and emergency services provider in the State of Oregon, serving the city of Portland and the regional metropolitan area. In addition to responding to fire, medical, and other emergency incidents, PF&R is the lead responder for all natural and human-caused disasters including, earthquakes, floods, and terrorism, and acts as an important safety net for those suffering from homelessness or without support systems. PF&R also provides critical public safety and community health services including fire prevention, community outreach, and public education. Not currently hiring, but will be in the future: Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) is committed to the overall Citywide vision that race will have no detrimental effect on people of color, refugee and immigrant communities in accessing our parks and natural areas, or from the benefit of our services. We recognize, understand, and encourage celebration of the differences that surround us. Diversity and equity are vital to PP&R’s ideals and values. The City of Portland, Oregon is a growing and diverse city of 650,000 residents, nearly 20% of whom speak languages other than English at home. PP&R values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization and with the public. PP&R might be using this list to fill future vacancies. * Starting Wage for this position is $30.88 hourly; $32.03 hourly after 6 months of employment; $33.20 hourly after a year of employment. Virtual Zoom Meet & Greet Opportunity To assist you in understanding this position, a one-hour online information session on the Utility Worker II - CL position will be offered at 12PM on Wednesday May 22, 2024, using Zoom. The Portland Bureau of Transportation, Portland Fire and Rescue, and a representative from the Portland Bureau of Human Resources will share information about the position and the hiring process. Time will be reserved for a question-and-answer period. Prospective candidates may participate by phone or computer but are not required to use video or their full names to allow for anonymity. You are not required to attend to apply for this job. Wednesday May 22, 2024 12PM Noon PST Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85231176312 Questions? Anna Morgan, Senior Recruiter Anna.Morgan@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify Applicants should specifically address and demonstrate in their work history form and answers to supplemental questions how their education, training, and/or experience meet each of the following minimum qualifications: Ability to perform various types of manual labor. Examples may include cleaning, landscaping, food service, carpentry, retail, or warehouse experience; Ability and commitment to learn and use safe working practices when utilizing a variety of power and hand tools of the trades; Experience following instructions and the ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing; Experience working as an effective team member in a diverse group; Ability to provide excellent customer service, including the ability to respond professionally to questions and concerns from the public; Ability to perform work in all weather conditions and in a variety of spaces such as confined spaces, heights, ditches, and cramped conditions; Ability to work shifts up to 12 hours during a full call out emergency response Applicants must also: Possess a valid state driver's license and acceptable driving record at the time of hire. Possess or obtain a class "A" CDL within 6 months from date of hire . in-house free training available. For information on the requirements please visit https ://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/DMV/Pages/DriverID/CDLget.aspx Submit a "complete" five-year court-certified Driver's Abstract of Driving Record (obtained at applicant's expense) upon offer Take and pass a Pre-Placement medical exam upon offer Take and pass a Pre-employment drug test upon offer Take and pass a physical capacities test upon offer Please note: Work in this class is typically performed in a field environment. Incumbent is typically required to negotiate rough terrain; lift heavy objects; work outdoors in all weather conditions; may be called back to work during emergencies; work in and around traffic, work site equipment or machinery; work at heights or in confined spaces; exposed to hazardous materials; wear required protective gear. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 13 - June 3, 2024 Required Application Materials: Work History Answer to the Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: If you would like to request Veteran's Preference, please submit your Veteran documents (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) by the closing date of the recruitment. Application Tip Your work history should support your responses to the supplemental questions. Do not attach any additional documents. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of June 3 - Week of June 10, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their work history and supplemental questions. Your work history and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our pass/fail evaluation of your qualifications for participation in the next step. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you would like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 17, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): End of June - Early July 2024 Hiring bureau will review and select candidates for an interview. Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: Mid - July 2024 Some positions will require those offered employment to complete and sign a criminal background statement before being considered for employment. Step 6: Start Date: A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change. Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 6/3/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 14, 2024
Full Time
The Position Job Appointment: .75 FTE, 30 hours per week Work Schedule: Mon- Thu, 1:30-7:30 pm & Fri 4-10pm, Recreation staff schedules may change based on business needs. Benefit: Please check our benefits tab for an overview of benefits for this position Language Pay Premium Eligible: This position is or may be eligible for Language Pay Differential for qualifying employees. Union Representation: Recreation (REC-LL483). To view this labor agreement, please click here . Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to respond to the supplemental questions and attach a resume. Position Summary: Join our team as a Teen Services Recreation Leader and make a positive impact on the lives of underserved and under-represented adolescent youth in Portland. Lead engaging recreational activities, create safe spaces, and mentor youth who historically face challenges in navigating institutional systems. Collaborate with a diverse range of individuals, champion diversity, equity, and inclusion, and be part of a supportive team dedicated to fostering an inclusive and welcoming environment. If you're a collaborative, solutions-oriented, and emotionally intelligent professional, this is your opportunity to help shape a brighter future for our youth and community. Apply now and be a catalyst for change with Portland Parks & Recreation's TeenForce program! What you'll get to do: Engage youth, ages 10-20 years old, in positive recreational options. Lead activities during after-school hours and at weekly Teen Nights. Collaborate closely with support staff, playing a role in guiding and directing their work as well. De dicate efforts to guarantee the safety of participants in both TeenForce drop-in and registered programs. Collaborate with the Recreation Coordinator to execute youth programs, both drop-in and structured in nature. Contribute as a supportive, positive, and engaged team member within one community center, fostering an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere for all site participants. Become an involved, positive, and supportive member of the Teen Services workgroup, with a strong emphasis on collaboration to deliver the highest quality service for youth. Who you are: Collaborative: An outgoing professional who values partnership and develops and supports relationships to get things done. Dedicated: Reliable, consistent, trustworthy, and willing to step outside of your personal comfort zone to engage with youth including those from backgrounds and/or with interests different than your own. Solutions Oriented: Uses strong communication skills to work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders to create, implement, and document solutions. Value Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI): Use DEI concepts to guide and inform your work. An Equitable Leader : Experience leading and mentoring people and creating and maintaining an inclusive, respectful, and culturally responsive workplace. Emotionally Intelligent: Motivated, passionate, team-oriented, and empathetic. About the Bureau: Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) is committed to the overall Citywide vision that race will have no detrimental effect on people of color, refugee and immigrant communities in accessing our parks and natural areas, or from the benefit of our services. We recognize, understand, and encourage celebration of the differences that surround us. Diversity and equity are vital to PP&R’s ideals and values. The City of Portland, Oregon is a growing and diverse city of 650,000 residents, nearly 20% of whom speak languages other than English at home. PP&R values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization and with the public. PP&R encourages applications from candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and communities with diverse racial, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds. Although not required, PP&R encourages candidates that can fluently speak another language to include that information in their application materials. Multilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. Virtual Zoom Meet & Greet Opportunity Come meet the hiring manager and the senior recruiter! We'll be talking about the position duties and responsibilities, day to day life in the role, review the announcement, discuss how to apply, and answer questions you may have about the position. June 3, 2024 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85694248762 Meeting ID: 856 9424 8762 Have a question? Contact Information: TroyLynn Craft Senior Recruiter troylynn.craft@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Knowledge of the developmental and social needs of diverse teen populations. Experience working respectfully and communicating with a variety of customers, including the skill to respond courteously to co-workers, parents, teens, supervisors, volunteers and the general public, in a culturally responsive manner. Experience utilizing methods and tools for promoting programs and activities to teens. Ability to oversee and assist in directing the work of volunteers and support staff. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 13 - June 17, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Answer to the Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: If you would like to request Veteran's Preference, please submit your Veteran documents (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc) by the closing date of the recruitment. Application Tips: Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained, which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your résumé should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach any additional documents. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of June 17, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Your résumé and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you would like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 24, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): Early July Hiring bureau will review and select candidates for an interview. Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: Late July Once decisions are made the bureau will finalize offer letters to go to the selected candidates. Once final position decisions are made and selected candidates have accepted offers, all candidates will be notified. Step 6: Start Date: A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change. Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 6/17/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 14, 2024
Full Time
The Position Job Appointment: Full-Time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8 am-5 pm. An alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: 1120 SW 5TH AVE, PORTLAND OR 97204-1912 Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefits for this position. Union Representation: PROTEC 17 ( PTE - 17) . To view labor agreements, current and future, please visit the Current City Labor Agreements page . Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to attach a resume and cover letter. About the positions: Right of Way Agent IIIs perform the most complex professional property acquisition work requiring a substantial level of professional training and experience. Incumbents may also negotiate and manage leases, street vacation projects, prepare legal documents, and provide support to the City Attorney in condemnation proceedings. Work entails the use of independent judgment and the application of knowledge gained through education, professional training and experience regarding real property law, survey, appraisal, engineering, relocation, and the acquisition or vacation of rights of way. Right-of-Way Agent IIIs also provide day-to-day leadership and work with staff to ensure a high-performance, customer service-oriented work environment that supports achieving the bureau’s and the City’s mission, objectives and values. As project managers, they oversee projects by scheduling, assigning and directing processes performed by section staff and consultants; review work product; prepare cost estimates, monitor and maintain records on the financial status and the progress of work to ensure projects are completed on schedule and meet local, state or federal standards. What you’ll get to do: Prepare budget estimates for acquisition projects Manage City staff and outside professional service contracts for real estate appraisers and other real property professionals Make presentations to City Council Work in the field and participate in on-site meetings with property owners and information gathering at public meetings for capital improvement projects Other duties may include negotiating and managing lease agreements; disposal of surplus real property; coordinating with the Commissioners' offices; and managing the street vacation process between City bureaus, outside agencies and the public. Who you are: Reliable: You can meet strict deadlines and understand the importance of managing a dynamic and changing workload Problem solver: You work to develop creative solutions to meet stated program and policy outcomes Team oriented: You enjoy working as part of team and value collaboration Relationship Builder: An outgoing professional who values partnerships and forms relationships to get things done Communicator: A strong communicator to technical and non-technical individuals and who is proficient verbally and in writing Balanced: Able to work on a multitude of tasks and understand/react to various situations in a fast-paced environment Detailed: An organizer and planner who thrives on details and is uncompromising in consistency and accuracy Organized: Able to work on a multitude of tasks and understand/react to various situations in a fast-paced work environment. Although not required, experience managing the right of way phase for capital improvement projects is highly desired, while experience in other relevant real estate fields such as appraisal, law, relocation, survey, and engineering are greatly valued. Specific Vacancy information Capital Program: There is currently one vacancy that will manage specific capital program projects. This position will focus mostly on transportation and environmental services projects. Ideal candidates will have previous experience managing the right of way acquisition phase of capital improvement projects that are under the threat of eminent domain and in compliance with the Uniform Act. Questions: Terrol Johnson Senior Recruiter terrol.johnson@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify Applicants should specifically address and demonstrate in their cover letter and resume how their education, training, and/or experience meet each of the following minimum qualifications: Knowledge and experience applying the laws and regulations applicable to right of way acquisition by public agencies, including just compensation and eminent domain. Knowledge and experience with the concepts, methods and techniques for appraising real property and establishing market value. Knowledge of the basic principles and practices of property and contract law, including appropriate procedures and documents to convey acquired property rights. Experience planning, organizing and providing work direction to others for carrying out their assigned duties efficiently and effectively. Experience reading and interpreting maps, engineering drawings and sketches, as well as researching and establishing property ownership. Applicants must also possess upon hire: Notary Public CommissionValid state driver's license & acceptable driving recordMust place any active real estate appraisers or brokers licenses on inactive status prior to first day to avoid conflict of interest The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 13 and May 27, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Cover Letter Optional Application Materials: Veteran documents to request for Veteran Preference (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) Application Tips: Your cover letter should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained, which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your cover letter. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach materials not requested. All completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of May 27, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and cover letter, weighted 100%. Your resume and cover letter will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to the establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 3, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): TBD The hiring bureau will review and select candidates to interview. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: TBD Step 6: Start Date: TBD A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change* Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 5/27/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 14, 2024
Full Time
The Position Job Appointment: Full-Time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8 am-5 pm. An alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: 5001 N COLUMBIA BLVD, PORTLAND OR 97203-2098 Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefits for this position. Union Representation: District Council of Trade Unions (DCTU) . To view labor agreements, current and future, please visit the Current City Labor Agreements page . Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to attach a resume and cover letter. The City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) is seeking someone like you for a Safety Support Coordinator position to support the bureau’s Health, Safety, Security, Environment (HSSE) efforts. This position reports to the BES HSSE Manager and is responsible for developing, reviewing, analyzing, recommending, and implementing comprehensive safety and occupational health programs and activities; advising, assessing, and consulting with Bureau personnel, contractors, and stakeholders on safety and health; providing hazard assessment services to contractors; reviewing, assessing, and updating safety policy and procedures to ensure compliance with City, state, and federal regulations; reviewing and assessing incident reports; coordinating training programs. This position is primarily located at the Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Facility but will also support safety and occupational health needs at the Tryon Creek Wastewater Facility and Water Pollution Control Laboratory. Responsibilities include: Supporting the overall engagement and "safety culture" in the Bureau Assisting in developing, conducting, and managing the safety and occupational health training program for staff, supervisors, and managers including New Hire Safety Orientation Participates in audits, observations, and inspections. Providing program support, and consulting services for occupational safety and health topics including best practices, compliance Reviewing policies and procedures for safety and occupational health programs Manages files and documents related to safety and occupational health programs. Assessing safety and occupational health potential risk exposures and safety vulnerabilities of existing operations, new processes, equipment and facilities, and construction of capital projects. Participating in incident investigations and root cause analysis. Recommending appropriate corrective actions and following up until closure of those corrective actions. Participate in design safety review of construction projects. Supporting Group and work-specific safety committees in their efforts to deliver HSSE performance and compliance across the Bureau. The ideal candidate has exceptional communication and interpersonal skills and demonstrated initiative in identifying and ensuring that appropriate actions are taken to achieve goals. We prefer candidates with an interest in learning about occupational safety and assisting the team in consistently promoting a positive safety culture. Questions: Terrol Johnson Senior Recruiter terrol.johnson@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify Applicants must provide details in their cover letter and resume that demonstrate how their education, training and/or experience, meets each of the following minimum qualifications: Knowledge and experience with the principles and practices of leading/managing Safety and Occupational Health, programs and teams. Experience with relevant federal, state and local laws, including OHSA regulations, and the ability to analyze and apply complex regulations and compliance issues. Ability to apply analytic and problem-solving skills to develop recommendations about risk assessment, courses of action, and policies. Ability to establish and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships with matrixed teams across a large organization. Experience working with and supporting a multicultural workforce, promoting an equitable workplace environment, and applying equitable program practices to City services. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 13 and June 3, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Cover Letter Optional Application Materials: Veteran documents to request for Veteran Preference (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) Application Tips: Your cover letter should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained, which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your cover letter. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach materials not requested. All completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of June 3, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and cover letter, weighted 100%. Your resume and cover letter will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to the establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 10, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): TBD The hiring bureau will review and select candidates to interview. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: TBD Step 6: Start Date: TBD A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change* Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 6/3/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 14, 2024
Temporary
The Position Job Appointment: Temporary , full-time. Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8 am-5 pm. An alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: Hybrid. In-person work is to be conducted at 1900 SW 4th Ave, Suite 7007 , Portland, OR 97201 . Remote work must be performed within Oregon or Washington. For more information, click here . Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefits for this position. Union Representation: This classification is represented by the District Council of Trade Unions (DCTU) . To view this labor agreement, please click here . Applicants start at the entry salary rate. If you are a DCTU-represented employee, see the labor agreement for additional information or talk to your union representative. Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to respond to the supplemental questions and attach a resume. Position Summary The Portland Housing Bureau is looking for a Housing Senior Administrative Specialist to join their dynamic team. This role offers the opportunity to work independently, supporting various programs with specialized administrative functions. You'll collaborate with program staff, coordinate facilities, and provide staffing support to committees. Your responsibilities will also include data coordination, preparation of meeting documents, and completion of special projects. This position requires maintaining confidentiality while engaging with diverse communities and demonstrating tact and diplomacy. If you're ready to contribute your initiative, problem-solving skills, and commitment to equity, apply now to be part of our mission-driven team! As a Housing Senior Administrative Specialist , you will: Assist program staff in developing correspondence. Provide front desk coverage; assist with payroll and timekeeping. Coordinate and support facilities. Offer staffing support to standing bureau and community committees. Collect , input, and coordinate data. Create meeting notices, agendas, and minutes. Exercise tact, discretion, and diplomacy in sensitive situations. Prepare , maintain , and safeguard accurate , concise, and confidential records and information. Communicate frequently with vulnerable populations, diverse communities, program partners, and program staff. Complete special projects and assignments as needed. About the Bureau: Since 2009, the Portland Housing Bureau (PHB) has worked toward a vision that "all Portlanders can find affordable homes...and have equitable access to housing." To that end, we are charged with developing citywide housing policy, delivering programs that increase the supply of affordable housing and promote stable homeownership, and administering a broad range of federal and local resources. Through our policies, plans, and funding, PHB works to stabilize families in their current homes, provide new affordable housing opportunities, and foster equitable , integrated, and diverse communities. The mission of the Portland Housing Bureau is to solve the unmet housing needs of the people of Portland. The Bureau accomplishes its mission by building and preserving quality, affordable rental, and owner-occupied housing; supporting and sponsoring programs that help low-income Portlanders find, rent, buy, retain, and repair their homes; bringing together partners and leading them to assess the city's housing needs, choose sustainable solutions to efficiently meet them, and identify how best to pay for them; and reaching out to Communities of Color to ensure their participation in the economic opportunities that quality housing investments create. Questions? Amanda Hillebrecht, Senior Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources Amanda.Hillebrecht@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Experience in professional office and business practices, such as greeting customers, answering multi-line phones, customer service, payroll and timekeeping, purchasing , expense processing, confidential information, record keeping, archiving , and filing. E xperience applying business communication including spelling, g rammar , and punctuation . Knowledge of rules, policies , and procedures applicable to assigned bureau responsibilities. Experience efficiently using standard office software to prepare a variety of routine to moderately complex documents and materials, such as Microsoft Office Suite, InDesign, web-content management, desktop publishing, access type databases, and others. Ability to work independently and with a team of staff who perform similar duties. Ability to use tact and discretion in dealing with sensitive situations and concerned people and customers. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between Ma y 13 , 2024 - May 2 7 , 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Answer the Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: Veteran documents to request for Veteran Preference (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) Application Tips: The City of Portland has How to Apply Videos and offers How to Apply Classes once per month. If you have questions after watching the videos you are invited to contact the recruiter listed on the announcement. Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training, and/or experience, and where obtained, which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. Do not attach materials not requested. All completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of May 27, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Your resume and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required before establishing the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 3, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): June The hiring bureau will review and select candidates to interview. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: June Step 6: Start Date: July A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change* Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 5/27/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 14, 2024
Temporary
The Position Job Appointment: TemporaryFull-Time: Early June - September 1, 2024 Work Schedule: This temporary position may involve working days and evenings, with assignments varying based on regional program needs. Typical Schedule: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm Work Location: Multiple Locations Benefit: Please check our benefits tab for an overview of benefits for this position Language Pay Premium Eligible: This position is or may be eligible for Language Pay Differential for qualifying employees. Union Representation: LiUNA Laborers' Local 483 - Recreation . To view this labor agreement, please click here . Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to respond to the supplemental questions and attach a resume. Position Summary: Join our team at the City of Portland, Parks & Recreation as we search for enthusiastic candidates to fill the role of Temporary Recreation Leader - Generalist. In this position, you'll be the frontline representative, offering exceptional customer and member services to our diverse community across various platforms such as in-person, over the phone, and via email. As a Recreation Leader, you'll demonstrate initiative, sound judgment, and problem-solving skills while engaging with participants from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Your ability to handle situations diplomatically and employ de-escalation techniques, especially with dissatisfied participants and visitors, will be crucial. We're looking for individuals with strong customer service skills, cultural awareness, effective communication abilities, proficiency in computer operations, adept problem-solving capabilities, flexibility, and adeptness at multitasking in a dynamic environment. Reporting directly to a Recreation Supervisor, you'll work a flexible schedule, including mornings, afternoons, and evenings. If you're passionate about fostering inclusivity, supporting individuals of all abilities, and creating enriching recreational experiences, we encourage you to apply for these rewarding positions! What you'll get to do: Provide support to Inclusion Assistance and Social and Emotional Support Staff. Adapt activities to meet diverse needs. Follow inclusion or behavior plans. Maintain a safe environment for all participants. Promote the success of every participant in our programs. Work closely with community center staff. About the Bureau: Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) is committed to the overall Citywide vision that race will have no detrimental effect on people of color, refugee and immigrant communities in accessing our parks and natural areas, or from the benefit of our services. We recognize, understand, and encourage celebration of the differences that surround us. Diversity and equity are vital to PP&R’s ideals and values. The City of Portland, Oregon is a growing and diverse city of 650,000 residents, nearly 20% of whom speak languages other than English at home. PP&R values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization and with the public. PP&R encourages applications from candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and communities with diverse racial, ethnic, abilities, and socio-economic backgrounds. Although not required, PP&R encourages candidates that can fluently speak another language to include that information in their application materials. Multilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. Virtual Zoom Meet & Greet Opportunity Come meet the hiring manager and the senior recruiter! We'll be talking about the position duties and responsibilities, day to day life in the role, review the announcement, discuss how to apply, and answer questions you may have about the position. View the Recording Passcode: ^a!R7Gk& Have a question? Contact Information: TroyLynn Craft Senior Recruiter troylynn.craft@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Ability to instruct and lead drop-in activities and/or on-site activities tailored to a diverse customer base, including youth. Knowledge of the principles of customer service, recreational, and leisure service activities. Ability to support volunteers and seasonal/casual staff effectively, while ensuring adherence to rules, policies, and procedures. Ability to establish and maintain relationships and communicate verbally and in writing with diverse internal and external audiences, such as staff, city employees, program participants, youth, and the public. Ability to utilize current basic computer and email programs, including Word and Outlook. Applicants must also: Possess a valid state driver’s license and acceptable driving record . Possess or obtain a Food handler card ( https://www.orfoodhandlers.com/eMain.aspx ), within two weeks of hire. Have CPR/AED certification within two weeks of hire. Have the ability to lift and move equipment daily, with the assistance of hand trucks and carts, that weigh up to 50 pounds. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 13 - May 20, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Answer to the Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: If you would like to request Veteran's Preference, please submit your Veteran documents (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) by the closing date of the recruitment. Application Tips: Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained, which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your résumé should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach any additional documents. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of May 20, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Your résumé and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you would like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of May 27, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): Early June Hiring bureau will review and select candidates for an interview. Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: June Step 6: Start Date: A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change. Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 5/20/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 14, 2024
Full Time
The Position Job Appointment: Full-Time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8 am-5 pm. An alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: 1120 SW 5TH AVE, PORTLAND OR 97204-1912 Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefits for this position. Union Representation: PROTEC 17 ( PTE - 17) . To view labor agreements, current and future, please visit the Current City Labor Agreements page . Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to respond to the supplemental questions and attach a resume. The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is seeking two Equitable Transportation Access Specialists (Transportation Demand Management Specialist I’s - TDM I) . These positions are intended to support two of PBOT’s equity transportation programs - Transportation Wallet: Access for All and BIKETOWN for All . Both of these programs focus on increasing access for people living on low incomes to use bike-share, scooter-share, and other active modes of transportation. The positions will achieve this through day-to-day engagement with the public on signing up for the programs; creating and adapting communications materials and messages; organizing outreach events; assisting with partnerships with service organizations and community-based organizations; and supporting the project managers and team. Additionally, these positions will be integral to deeper connections with community members and encourage the use of active transportation in Portland. These positions are within the Operations Section in the Active Transportation and Safety Division. This section implements a diverse array of transportation demand management (TDM) programs including the Transportation Wallet, BIKETOWN, Adaptive BIKETOWN, E-Scooters, Bike Parking, and TDM Policy implementation. The Transportation Wallet: Access for All program is PBOT’s universal basic mobility program that partners with affordable housing communities, service providers, and community-based organizations to offer people on low incomes a choice of free transportation benefits, including transit passes, BIKETOWN, scooter-share ride credit, and rideshare (Uber/ Lyft) or taxi ride credit. The program is focused on reducing the barriers to using transportation options, including cost, technology access, credit/debit card requirements, and low-income verification processes for different providers. The project began as a pilot with several affordable housing providers in 2019. It is now a permanent program. BIKETOWN for All is a program that provides Portland residents who live on low incomes with a reduced-cost BIKETOWN membership. Members will also have access to bike safety education and a free helmet. This program is focused on providing affordable, accessible, and fun bike-share transportation for everyone, regardless of income. BIKETOWN for All is also the program to offer reduced-cost membership for high schoolers to enhance their transportation options. As part of the Portland Clean Energy Fund (PECF) Climate Investment Plan (CIP ), City Council approved $25 million under Strategic Program Area 7 for expanding Equitable Transportation Access by funding the Transportation Wallet: Access for All program. A key element in expanding BIKETOWN for All and Access for All programs is new staff positions to implement the programs. PBOT’s Strategic Plan is grounded in Transportation Justice. For PBOT, Transportation Justice entails advancing equity and reducing structural racism and carbon emissions. These positions support this by increasing mobility access for historically under-served communities and providing. low-carbon transportation options. The position-specific duties Assist with the process to sign people up for the Transportation Wallet: Access for All and BIKETOWN for All programs. This includes elements such as management of data entry across various technology platforms, communication with participants, and delivery. Create and/or modify outreach collateral and materials for both programs using Adobe and Microsoft suites. This could include assisting in adapting translated material for serving participants in English, Spanish, and additional languages. Assist in the development of the messages and content for telling the story of the Access for All and BIKETOWN for All programs, including developing social media content and working with bureau communications staff on a program communication strategy. Assist with community and agency partner engagement and relationship building. Assist in planning and conducting outreach events focused on transportation wallet participants. Capture, record, and analyze data in support of project evaluation and reporting. Ideal candidates will have Strong communication skills, including written, in-person, visual, and public presentation skills. Candidates should also have strong organizational skills, including the ability to handle multiple priorities, and manage their time with a moderate level of supervision. Please note that the starting pay range for these positions will be $34.81 - $38.35 Questions: Terrol Johnson Senior Recruiter terrol.johnson@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify Applicants should specifically address and demonstrate in their résumé and answers to supplemental questions how their education, training, and/or experience meet each of the following minimum qualifications: Experience conducting and designing outreach programs, especially with historically under-served communities. Excellent communication skills and ability to speak with a diverse group of stakeholders and members of the public.Experience with or ability to learn Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator (and others) and Canva to create communications content and materials for various audiences and for people who do not read and/ or speak English. Ability to exercise independent judgement and initiative within establishment guidelines. Commitment to furthering equity and anti-racism. Highly desired skills, knowledge, ability and professional or volunteer experience: Ability to communicate in Spanish. Ability to communicate in other City-recognized Safe Harbor languages (Vietnamese, Chinese, Russian, Somali, Ukrainian, Romanian, Nepali, Chuukese) is also desired. Knowledge of transportation demand management concepts and/or behavior change strategies in the context of non-driving modes such as: bicycling, walking, transit, and rolling/scooting. Experience with making videos for communicating about programmatic elements. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 13 and May 27, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Answer to the Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: If you would like to request Veteran's Preference, please submit your Veteran documents (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) by the closing date of the recruitment. Application Tips: Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training, and/or experience, and where obtained, which reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach any additional documents. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of May 27, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Your resume and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you would like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required before the establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 3, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): Mid June The hiring bureau will review and select candidates for an interview. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: Late June Step 6: Start Date: A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met.*Timeline is approximate and subject to change. Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 5/27/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 14, 2024
Full Time
The Position J ob Appointment: Regular, Full time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm. Alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: Hybrid. In-person work to be conducted at The Vanport Building located at 1810 SW 5th Avenue. Remote work must be performed within Oregon or Washington. For more information, click here . Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefit for this position Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to attach a cover letter and resume. About the Position: Join the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund (PCEF) team at the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) as our next Deputy Program Manager. This pivotal role will provide strategic guidance, leadership and program oversight, directly managing over $200 million annually in climate action and climate justice investments. As PCEF’s Deputy Program Manager, you will serve on PCEF’s leadership team and work closely with the Program Manager to drive and achieve program objectives. You will lead the Project Implementation Team, currently consisting of 15 members and set to expand to 30, ensuring the successful implementation of programs and projects outlined in our recently adopted Climate Investment Plan (CIP). You will oversee and guide the work of the five groups within the Project Implementation Team: Energy efficiency and renewable energy Transportation decarbonization Green infrastructure and regenerative agriculture Workforce and contractor development Capacity building As the PCEF team grows substantially over the coming two years, you will play a crucial role in shaping PCEF and how it advances its goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and advancing racial and social justice. What you’ll get to do: Think creatively by strategizing and developing solutions with a team of dynamic professionals about ways to reduce and sequester greenhouse gas emissions while advancing racial and social justice. Engage directly with frontline community members working on climate issues. Lead the Project Implementation Team in managing grants and contracts aligned with the CIP. Streamline grant and contract management systems, processes, and practices. Evaluate programs, projects, workflow, methods and work products. Recommend and implement program improvements. Manage budgets, overseeing approximately $200 million in annual spending. Work with the PCEF External Affairs Manager to transparently communicate the program's successes, learnings, and challenges to internal and external audiences. Implement community engagement strategies with the PCEF Community Engagement and Equity Manager to advance PCEF’s equity goals. Collaborate with the Data Systems and Performance Manager to track program performance and impact, informing strategic decisions. Cultivate and manage a multicultural workforce, promoting a productive and equitable workplace, and establishing and maintaining positive employee relations. Plan , direct, and evaluate the performance of several assigned managers and staff. Participate in the development and presentation of Council hearings. Who you are: Dedicated: hard working, flexible and committed to prioritizing frontline communities in addressing the causes and impacts of climate change. Innovative : creative, open minded, adaptable, and skilled in change management to better serve the community. Strategic thinker: that can craft and advance PCEF’s strategic goals. You have experience in senior leadership as an advocate and champion working toward both organizational and community outcomes. Socially Intelligent : Motivated, passionate, team-oriented, and empathetic. You can communicate with others in a way that creates ease. You understand how to navigate complex political environments. You can effectively communicate with all levels of an organization. Equity-driven : Commitment to advancing system changes that address historic and current discrimination. Experience evaluating program design through an equity lens and creating offerings and solutions that remove barriers and deliver more equitable outcomes. Insightful : Understands systems and relationships, sensitive to varied and sometimes conflicting needs. Able to strategize, define and test approaches and resolve complex issues without perfect information, and to direct foundational work. About the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund : As a first-in-the-nation community-led climate fund, PCEF’s mission is to fulfill a vision that builds resilience and quality jobs with proactive steps to fight climate change while advancing racial and social justice. PCEF will rely on this role's extensive management expertise, deep understanding of climate issues, and commitment to equity to drive the successful execution of all its programs. For more information on this innovative program, please visit the PCEF website . Background The Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) is a leader in land use planning, climate action, environmental stewardship, and urban design. BPS centers racial equity in its work and is dedicated to creating a Portland that is more equitable, healthy, prosperous, and resilient. The bureau oversees a world-renowned waste and recycling system and leads the U.S. in its commitment to open data and protecting communities in the application of technologies . Staff collaborate with partners on neighbo rhood, economic, historic, and environmental planning and provide research, policy and technical services to advance energy efficiency and renewable energy , as well as policies and actions to address climate change . BPS values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. We encourage candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with abroad range of individuals and diverse communities to apply. Although not required, BPS encourages candidates that can fluently speak more than one language to include that information in your resume. BPS offers an excellent benefits package, flexible work schedules and support for training and skills development in a positive, engaging, and creative work environment. Studies have shown that women, non-binary people, and Black, Indigenous, and other people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they meet all the qualifications listed. BPS considers lived experience and transferrable skills as qualifying unless an item is labeled as required. We are most interested in finding the best candidates for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. We encourage you to apply. Virtual Zoom Meet & Greet Opportunity Come meet the hiring manager and the senior recruiter! We'll be talking about the position duties and responsibilities, day to day life in the role, review the announcement, discuss how to apply, and answer questions you may have about the position. Tuesday, May 21 at 12:00pm Pacific Time (US and Canada) Zoom Meeting Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89880708923 Meeting ID: 898 8070 8923 Questions? Jaclyn Snyder, Senior Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources Jaclyn.Snyder@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position. Applicants must specifically address and demonstrate in their application materials how their education, training and/or experience meets each of the following minimum qualifications: Experience in a senior leadership position, preferably within an operations and program management setting Experience leading, managing, supervising, training, and conducting performance evaluations. Experience developing sound decisions, conclusions, and recommendations, especially in high pressure situations. Experience managing and tracking budgets of at least $1 million annually. Ability to communicate effectively in writing and in person, including the ability to present information clearly and persuasively in public settings. Ability to collaborate with communities of color and people traditionally underrepresented in local decision-making. Preferred Qualifications: Management experience working for a public agency. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 13 , 2024 - June 10, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Cover Letter Answer to three (3) Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: Veteran documents to request for Veteran Preference (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) Application Tips: Your cover letter should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained, which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your cover letter. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach materials not requested. All completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of June 10, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and cover letter, weighted 100%. Your resume and cover letter will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 17, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): Late June/July Hiring bureau will review and select candidates to interview. Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: August Step 6: Start Date: September A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change* Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 6/10/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 08, 2024
Full Time
The Position The Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) is seeking a Wastewater Operator II to join our dynamic team of highly qualified people to perform journey-level work in the operation and routine maintenance of a large, activated sludge, wastewater treatment plant. The Wastewater Operator II maintains established water quality standards through the effective operation of all equipment involved in the treatment process including operating, monitoring and controlling a vast network of pumps, conveyers, air and chemical systems; makes operational decisions including pumping rates and dosage adjustments, while working in one of six work units, which provide 24-hour coverage, 7-days per week. The Wastewater Operator II maintains accurate records, performs standard laboratory tests and identifies equipment failures and maintenance needs. What you will get to do: Ensures proper operation and control of assigned process area; operates equipment of the wastewater treatment plant such as pumps, bar screens, clarifiers, boilers, digester's, sludge pumps, blowers, aerators, disinfection systems, control panels, sludge thickening and sludge de-watering equipment; monitors equipment controls and takes corrective action to ensure effective equipment operation. Operates, monitors and controls a vast network of pumps, bar screens, conveyers, grit, air and chemical systems. Makes operational decisions including pumping rates and dosage adjustments, and whether to bring equipment on-line or take it off-line. Trouble shoots equipment failures and identifies maintenance needs. Coordinates maintenance and repairs with other work groups. Operates, monitors and controls primary and secondary digesters, classifiers and transfer pumps, including gas boilers. Operates and monitors plant processes using a SCADA network, which includes remote monitoring and communication, as well as communications with and between the Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, the City of Portland's collection system, headworks, secondary and influent flows, peak-flow gates, hypochlorite facility, sewage pumps, aeration basins, and aeration blowers; and provides constant monitoring of disinfection dosing and oxygen levels. Operates, monitors, controls and adjusts dewatering and thickening equipment; performs lab tests on biosolids and makes adjustments for efficient output and chemical polymer use; keeps and maintains accurate records of process and lab results to ensure sample protocol and regulatory requirements. Operates, monitors, controls, and determines flow rates and process strategies; performs mixed liquor and total suspended solids content tests and monitors temperatures and aeration needs of the system. Operates, monitors, controls, and adjusts digester feed pump station, diesel dredges and an internal recycle pump station; oversees lagoon system including ground and dredge maintenance. Responds to and handles emergency situations; provides essential services for treatment plant weather related or other emergencies. Communicates effectively Performs related duties as assigned. At BES, we value our customers and partners; Portlanders’ sense of connection to their waterways; conscientious stewardship of our watersheds, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure, and financial resources; a diverse, collaborative, healthy, and engaged workforce; leadership among our employees and in our City and community; equity in our workplace, business practices, and service delivery; clear communication and transparency; innovative, sustainable, and resilient solutions. BES is seeking talented individuals from diverse racial, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds with knowledge, ability, and experience working with a broad range of individuals and communities; and that desire to work collaboratively and creatively to broaden the variety of innovative ways to partner with and serve all Portland communities. To learn more about the work we do at BES, click on the link: www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/ Our BES 10-Year Strategic Plan can be found here: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/75720 This position is represented by Portland Laborers 483 (PCL) collective bargaining agreement. City of Portland Core Values: Anti-racism | Communication | Collaboration | Equity | Transparency | Fiscal Responsibility These values guide our actions as we serve the community and engage our workforce. To learn more about the City's core values, please click here . Why work at the City of Portland? The City of Portland workforce serves a population of over 650,000. We are culture- and solutions-driven, viewing every challenge as an opportunity to learn, improve, and share our expertise. We are committed to removing systemic barriers to resources, access, and opportunity. The City is a believer in ALL people and continues to actively recruit and retain diverse top talent every day. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to medical, dental, vision, basic life, short- and long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. If you are open-minded, motivated, community-focused, and self-aware, please apply yourself at the City of Portland today. Work Location The position works at either the Columbia Blvd. Wastewater Treatment Plant located at 5001 N Columbia Blvd. in Portland, OR, or the Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant located at 195 Foothills Rd. in Lake Oswego, OR dependent on the annual Wastewater Operator seniority bid results. To Qualify Applicants must specifically address and demonstrate in their supplemental question responses and resume/work history how their education, training and/or experience, meets each of the following minimum qualifications 1. Knowledge of wastewater treatment processes including the operation of process control equipment, trouble-shooting techniques, and laboratory procedures. 2. Ability to maintain operational processes and procedures independently in wastewater treatment. 3. Skill in the safe use of tools, power equipment, and specialized process related equipment. Applicants must also possess: A valid state driver's license and acceptable driving record at the time of hire. Ability to obtain medical certification of respirator readiness and the absence of any physical characteristic that prevents rapid attainment of a tight seal between face and self-contained breathing apparatus requiring Wastewater Operators II to be clean-shaven. The Recruitment Process An evaluation of each applicant's training and experience, as demonstrated in their résumé or work history and answers to the supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Do not attach materials not requested. Only candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. You have 14 days from the notice of the results to let us know if you disagree with your results. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. ** PLEASE NOTE : The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies** This is an open continuous recruitment: Open Continuous recruitments have multiple review periods (outlined below) and can be opened for up to 6 months. If you apply and are notified you meet minimum qualifications / placed on the eligible list , please do not reapply . Any applications received after being placed on the eligible list will not be reviewed and will be rejected as a duplicate application. If you apply and are notified you do not meet qualifications and the recruitment is still open, you may reapply and update your materials. Recruitment Timeline: Job Posting closes: 4/1/2024 Applications Reviewed: Ongoing First Eligible List: week of 2/5/2024 Subsequent Eligible Lists every 2 weeks or as applicants qualify. Selection Process Begins: TBD Job Offer: TBD *Timeline is approximate and subject to change Applicants must submit a professional resume and responses to the supplemental questions online, specifically focused on your qualifications for this position as identified in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement in accordance with the following Application Instructions: Your résumé and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. If you are requesting Veteran's Preference, as identified below, please describe in your responses to the supplemental questions and resume any transferrable skills obtained during your military service and how they relate to each of the required minimum qualifications under the "To Qualify" section above. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than 11:59 pm, on the closing date of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. Do not attach materials not requested . E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Additional Information Work Status: Non-citizen applicants must be authorized to work in the United States at the time of application. Veterans' Preference: If you are requesting Veterans' Preference, attach a copy of your DD214/DD215 and/or Veterans Administration letter stating your disability to your profile, as well as checking the box identifying yourself as a Veteran. You must request Veterans' Preference AND include a copy of your documentation for each recruitment to which you apply. Veterans' Preference documentation must be submitted no later than 11:59 PM on the closing date of this recruitment. ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations: If you identify as a person with a disability, are pregnant or nursing, or observe a religious practice(s), and would like to request a reasonable accommodation when applying for this job, please contact the Recruiter below for assistance. Language Pay Differential: City of Portland employees who speak one or more languages in addition to English, may be eligible to receive a “language pay differential.” This is compensation for qualifying multilingual City employees who use their language skill to assist the community. More about the language pay differential can be found here. Equal Employment Opportunity: It is the policy of the City of Portland that no person shall be discriminated against based on race, religion, color, sex, marital status, family status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or source of income. The City values diversity and encourages everyone who is interested in employment with the City to apply. Did you know? The City of Portland offers How to Apply Classes that are free and review tips and tricks when applying to the City. Follow the link for the most recent list of scheduled dates: How to Apply Classes for City of Portland | Portland.gov Questions? Terrol Johnson Senior Recruiter/Veteran Outreach Specialist Terrol.Johnson @portlandore gon.gov An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 5/27/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 07, 2024
Full Time
The Position Job Appointment: Full-Time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:00 - 5:00 An alternate schedule may be available Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefits for this position. Union Representation: PROTEC17 . To view labor agreements, current and future, please visit the Current City Labor Agreements page . Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to respond to the supplemental questions and attach a resume. Start your Engineering career with the City of Portland as an Engineering Associate- Civil . Are you passionate about applying your skills and background to have a real impact in the community? Are you a collaborative team player who enjoys working with a diverse group of people? Are you a detail-oriented individual who enjoys using your skills to a variety of complex and interesting problems? You may be the Engineering Associate - Civil we are seeking ! The Portland Bureau of Environmental Services (BES ) and Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) currently ha ve one active vacancy each. However, this recruitment will create an eligible list that may also be utilized in the future to fill vacancies within BES, the Portland Bureau of Transportation , and the Portland Water Bureau (PWB) . These positions may be permanent or limited-term. Please see the specific duties for these bureaus at the end of this announcement. About the Portland Bureau of Environmental Services position: Work location: 1120 SW 5th Ave, Portland, OR 97204 The Risk Assessment Division (RAD) is located at the Portland Building in Downtown Portland and applies asset management principles and practices to assess risks to BES services. We use this knowledge to inform investment priorities and support the development of integrated solutions that mitigate risk while optimizing opportunities and community benefits. The successful RAD candidate will provide expertise and support to the Wastewater Treatment & Vertical Asset Risk Analysis team. This team uses risk-based frameworks to develop infrastructure investment recommendations for BES wastewater treatment, pump stations , and forcemains to meet current and future levels of service. This position provides support to the monitoring and management of risks to service delivery from wastewater treatment, pump stations, and forcemains and supports the development of management strategy recommendations to ensure continued service delivery. For this position, the successful candidate will also have experience in hydrologic and hydraulic analysis to inform sizing and maintenance of systems. What you’ll get to do: Learn and apply asset management principles to identify priorities and quantify risks for wastewater treatment services, pump stations, and forcemains. Support the ongoing maintenance and maturation of the pump station and forcemain asset management plans and underlying risk assessments. Develop and maintain excellent working relationships across key work groups. Provide analytical support to planning and operations and maintenance teams on wastewater treatment, pump station, and forcemain . About t he Portland Bureau of Transportatio n position: This position will play a crucial role in reviewing and designing traffic control improvements. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to enhance safety for all users of the transportation system and make a meaningful impact in the City of Portland. This position involves the investigation and resolution of traffic safety and operations issues. The Engineering Associate works with a broad range of customers and is expected to deliver a high level of customer service and to carry out their individual responsibilities with initiative, independence and creativity while exercising sound professional problem-solving skills. This position will actively participate in supporting PBOT’s Strategic Plan goals. What you’ll get to do: Conduct field and office review of traffic safety concerns and crashes and make recommendations for improvements. Review and make recommendations as part of Safe Routes to School projects. Make recommendations for speed zoning changes. Participate in the design of Vision Zero improvements. Review the work of and provide direction to lower-level technical staff. Initiate and perform traffic analysis of proposed improvements. Represent PBOT in interactions with the community. An Ideal Candidate will have : Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or similar field; Passed the FE exam; At least one year of traffic engineering work experience; Ability to deliver a high level of customer service, and to carry out their responsibilities with initiative, independence, and creativity while exercising sound problem-solving skills; and Have an interest in traffic engineering and multi-modal transportation safety. The Portland Bureau of Transportation is a community partner in shaping a livable city. We plan, build, manage, and maintain an effective and safe transportation system that provides people and businesses access and mobility. We keep Portland moving. For more information about the Portland Bureau of Transportation, please visit www.portlandoregon.gov/pbot . The Portland Bureau of Transportation embraces diversity, models inclusivity, and promotes equity through its service delivery, internal operations, organizational culture, and in its work with partners and the community. This position may have a longer than typical recruitment period due to budget. Questions: Terrol Johnson Senior Recruiter terrol.johnson@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify Applicants must provide details in their supplemental question responses and resume that demonstrate how their education, training, and/or experience, meets each of the following minimum qualifications: Knowledge of the theory, principles, and practices associated with civil engineering. Knowledge of the principles and practices of project management such as work task scheduling and tracking, contract administration and/or construction management. Experience with computers and software pertaining to civil engineering . Please list specific software experience in your responses to the supplemental questions . Knowledge and Ability to derive, interpret and apply information from regulations , codes , plans , and maps . Ability to interact effectively , problem solve, and partner on diverse project teams and with stakeholders and to effectively communicate technical information both verbally and in writing. Applicants must also possess : A valid state driver’s license Ability to secure a State Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) certification within nine months of hire. The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is generally your first step in the process of becoming a professional licensed engineer (P.E.). The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 6, 2024 and June 3, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Answer to the Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: If you would like to request Veteran's Preference, please submit your Veteran documents (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) by the closing date of the recruitment. Application Tips: Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training, and/or experience, and where obtained, which reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your résumé should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach any additional documents. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of June 3, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Your résumé and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you would like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required before the establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 10, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): TBD Hiring bureau will review and select candidates for an interview. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: TBD Step 6: Start Date: A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change. Additional Information Portland Water Bureau Work Location: 1120 SW 5th Ave, Portland, OR 97204 The Engineering Associate (EA) position will work in the Engineering Services Group doing a variety of tasks. Work includes project planning, design, construction, design review, or permitting plan review for water infrastructure projects ranging from valve replacements, regulators, mains, tanks, reservoirs, and pump stations. An Engineering Associate works closely with professional engineers to complete projects. EA positions support the other work groups including M&C, Operations, and Resource Protection. The ideal candidate will have prior experience with water systems and be a strong communicator. This position plays key roles in the engineering section completing capital projects to maintain and improve the City’s drinking water system. There is an opportunity for interesting and challenging work in helping to develop and evolve the culture and direction of the section. Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 6/3/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 07, 2024
Full Time
The Position Job Appointment: Full-Time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8 am-5 pm. An alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: 6543 N BURLINGTON AVE, PORTLAND OR 97203-5452 Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefits for this position. Union Representation: Portland City Laborers 483 (PCL) . To view labor agreements, current and future, please visit the Current City Labor Agreements page . Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to respond to the supplemental questions and attach a resume. Do you want to apply your laboratory skills to protecting watersheds and clean rivers in the public sector? Do you want to be part of the team supporting the City’s stormwater and wastewater natural and built infrastructure? Are you detail-oriented and committed to providing customers with accurate, defensible laboratory data? Are you a team player with problem-solving skills in a scientific setting? If so, perhaps you are the ideal person for this position. The City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) Water Pollution Control Lab is seeking a Laboratory Analyst II-CL to fill a current vacancy. BES is a dynamic organization that provides sewage and stormwater collection and treatment services, protects surface and ground water quality, and works for clean rivers and healthy watersheds. The bureau’s vision is to be recognized as a trusted service provider and innovative environmental leader through a demonstrated commitment to our mission and our community. What you’ll get to do: The Laboratory Analyst II duties include: conducting a wide variety of environmental analyses on water, wastewater, and solid samples collecting and transporting samples as needed perform sample receiving duties including interacting with internal and external customers and peers The Water Pollution Control Lab (WPCL) is a nationally accredited laboratory located within the Environmental Information Division - a technical data hub that supports bureau mission and objectives, such as regulatory compliance, utility design and construction, wastewater and stormwater management, treatment plant process control, property acquisition, watershed assessment, remediation, and pollution source control. The Laboratory delivers wastewater, biosolids, stormwater, surface water, groundwater, drinking water, soil, and sediment data from approximately 60,000 analyses per year, operates every day, and is the largest municipal full-service environmental laboratory in Oregon. This list may be used to fill vacancies that occur in the Water Bureau’s Lab or in BES’s Water Pollution Control Lab. Since these facilities operate 7 days a week, Laboratory Analysts are required to work any assigned shift, including weekends and/or holidays. An ideal candidate will demonstrate through direct or transferrable experience: Qualified candidates will have knowledge of: laboratory methodology as applicable to chemical and microbiological analysis; principles of inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, environmental sciences, biology, microbiology and/or other related scientific fields; good laboratory practices, including quality assurance and quality control; standard computer programs and software used to perform data analysis; mathematics; statistical analysis; laboratory and hazardous chemical safety techniques; operation and maintenance of laboratory instruments and equipment; principles of laboratory ethics as applied to the production of valid analytical data. About the Bureau of Environmental Services This is an exciting time to join the Bureau of Environmental Services (BES). Together we are re-imagining the work we do to ensure it aligns with Our Values: We implement equity in our workplace, business practices, and service delivery. We value our customers and partners. We carefully manage our watersheds, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure, and financial resources. We encourage leadership among our employees in our City and community. We support a diverse, collaborative, healthy, and engaged workforce. We urge respectful communication and transparency. We advance innovative, sustainable, and resilient solutions. At BES, we value our customers and partners; Portlanders’ sense of connection to their waterways; conscientious stewardship of our watersheds, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure, and financial resources; a diverse, collaborative, healthy, and engaged workforce; leadership among our employees and in our City and community; equity in our workplace, business practices, and service delivery; clear communication and transparency; innovative, sustainable, and resilient solutions. BES is seeking talented individuals from diverse racial, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds with knowledge, ability, and experience working with a broad range of individuals and communities; and that desire to work collaboratively and creatively to broaden the variety of innovative ways to partner with and serve all Portland communities. To learn more about the work we do at BES, click on the link: About Environmental Services | Portland.gov Our BES 10-Year Strategic Plan can be found here: download (portland.gov) Questions: Terrol Johnson Senior Recruiter terrol.johnson@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify Applicants should specifically address and demonstrate in their résumé and answers to supplemental questions how their education, training, and/or experience meet each of the following minimum qualifications: Knowledge of Standard Methods and US EPA chemical and microbiology protocols and principles of quality control/quality assurance for the analysis of environmental samples.Skill in performing analytical techniques and operating and troubleshooting scientific instrument for analyses such as pH; total, dissolved, and suspended solids; Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD); alkalinity; E. coli; Oil and Grease; Cyanide; etc.Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing.Ability to grow personal equity literacy and apply equity to working relationships, workplace culture, and business practices. Additional Requirements: Requires a degree in chemistry, environmental science, biology, microbiology, geology or a related field, and two to three years of analytical laboratory experience, or equivalent. Preferred Requirements: Knowledge of NELAC/ORELAP standards and requirements. A valid state driver’s license and an acceptable driving record at the time of hire. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 6 and May 27, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Answer to the Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: If you would like to request Veteran's Preference, please submit your Veteran documents (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) by the closing date of the recruitment. Application Tips: Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training, and/or experience, and where obtained, which reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach any additional documents. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of May 27, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Your resume and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you would like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required before the establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 3, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): Mid June The hiring bureau will review and select candidates for an interview. Please note, that the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: Late June Step 6: Start Date: A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met.*Timeline is approximate and subject to change. Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 5/27/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 07, 2024
Full Time
The Position J ob Appointment: Regular, Full time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm. Alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: Hybrid. In-person work to be conducted at The Vanport Building located at 1810 SW 5th Avenue. Remote work must be performed within Oregon or Washington. For more information, click here . Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefit for this position Language Pay Differential: City of Portland employees who speak one or more languages in addition to English, may be eligible to receive a “language pay differential.” This is compensation for qualifying multilingual City employees who use their language skill to assist the community. More about the language pay differential can be found here . Union Representation: This classification was recently recognized as represented by a new labor union, City of Portland Professional Workers (CPPW). Terms and Conditions are currently being negotiated as part of a new CPPW collective bargaining agreement. To view labor agreements, current and future, please click here . Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to attach a cover letter and resume. About the Position: The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) is seeking a Communication Strategist (Coordinator II) to create, launch, and oversee communications campaigns for the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund (PCEF). This position will assist with the design and production of compelling materials including social-media copy, print collateral, reports, e-newsletters, online content, and interactive engagement tools. The PCEF Communication Strategist will work closely with PCEF and BPS Communications teams in support of communications needs and in keeping the PCEF website up-to-date. A critical function of the Communications Strategist is that of storyteller. The successful applicant has the essential role of finding unique and captivating stories among PCEF workplans to showcase stories that both educate and captivate. In collaboration with the PCEF Senior Communications Strategist, this position will organize and execute communications planning, marketing, and materials production with discretion and awareness of intergovernmental and community issues. As the Communications Strategist, you will: Oversee Web content management for PCEF: Post Web content for PCEF teams including stories written by PCEF Communications staff, events, PCEF Committee meeting agendas, and more. Create and launch communications campaigns: Meet regularly with assigned teams and supervisor to understand critical needs, project goals, and timelines. Develop and implement creative storytelling campaigns that advance BPS and PCEF goals, including writing/editing stories about grants, grantees, and projects, drafting social media and Web copy, and maintaining a PCEF editorial calendar. Tell captivating stories: Use creative and community-centered approaches to tell compelling stories of work done on the PCEF team. Assess and utilize appropriate platforms to determine where stories should be told and amplified while increasing public awareness and highlighting achievements. Oversee online and print content: Maintain and populate PCEF’s channels of communication, including digital platforms and collateral development, including writing, editing, and posting content for website, reports, presentations, brochures, social media, and program guides. As an ideal candidate, you are: A skilled writer and communicator: You have a passion for impactful storytelling using all forms of media. A strong attention to detail: You love knowing the whole story and finding the details that interest people. You can recommend and oversee multiple projects at once. You are invested in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: You have a strong commitment to racial justice and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. You use DEI concepts to inform your work and have experience with inclusive, respectful, and culturally responsive settings and values. You’ve got the qualities of a strong communicator: You are creative, organized, data centric, collaborative, professional, sympathetic, and inclusive. Background As a first-in-the-nation community-led climate fund, PCEF’s mission is to fulfill a vision that builds resilience and quality jobs with proactive steps to fight climate change while advancing racial and social justice. More information about the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund can be found at https://www.portland.gov.bps/cleanenergy . BPS values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. Candidates of color, those who can speak a language other than English, and those with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Studies have shown that women, non-binary people, and Black, Indigenous, and other people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they meet every one of the qualifications listed. BPS considers lived experience, and transferrable skills as qualifying unless an item is labeled as required. We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and the best candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. We strongly encourage you to apply. Virtual Zoom Meet & Greet Opportunity Come meet the hiring manager and the senior recruiter! We'll be talking about the position duties and responsibilities, day to day life in the role, review the announcement, discuss how to apply, and answer questions you may have about the position. Tuesday, May 7th at 5:00PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Zoom Link : https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84454937025 Meeting ID: 844 5493 7025 Thursday, May 9th at 12:00PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/88108756443 Meeting ID: 881 0875 6443 Please note, these information sessions will also cover the Clean Energy Fund Sr. Communications Strategist (2024-00461) recruitment. Questions? Jaclyn Snyder, Senior Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources Jaclyn.Snyder@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Experience utilizing verbal and written communication and storytelling skills, including presenting information clearly, concisely, and persuasively to internal and external stakeholders. Experience developing and implementing culturally conscious and competent communications and outreach with an equity lens. Experience writing copy for social media, Web, and communications collateral. Progressively responsible experience involving media relations, writing, editing, multimedia communications, and/or program marketing. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 6 , 2024 - May 20, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Cover Letter Answer to three (3) Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: Veteran documents to request for Veteran Preference (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) Application Tips: Your cover letter should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained, which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your cover letter. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach materials not requested. All completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of May 20, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and cover letter, weighted 100%. Your resume and cover letter will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. Step 3: Writing Sample Submission: Week of May 27, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will receive an email with instructions to submit two writing samples: Sample social media post. A communications piece of your choice that you are proud of. Applicants will have one week to attach their writing samples to their application. Each writing sample should be no more than two (2) pages Each writing sample should be in a Word or PDF document. No zipped files or links will be accepted. *Please note, your writing sample will be reviewed during the interview process. Step 4: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 3, 2024 Only candidates who meet the minimum qualifications and submitted their writing sample will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 5: Selection (Interview): June Hiring bureau will review and select candidates to interview. Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 6: Offer of Employment: July Step 7: Start Date: August A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change* Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 5/20/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 07, 2024
Full Time
The Position J ob Appointment: Regular, Full time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm. Alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: Hybrid. In-person work to be conducted at The Vanport Building located at 1810 SW 5th Avenue. Remote work must be performed within Oregon or Washington. For more information, click here . Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefit for this position Language Pay Differential: City of Portland employees who speak one or more languages in addition to English, may be eligible to receive a “language pay differential.” This is compensation for qualifying multilingual City employees who use their language skill to assist the community. More about the language pay differential can be found here . Union Representation: This classification was recently recognized as represented by a new labor union, City of Portland Professional Workers (CPPW). Terms and Conditions are currently being negotiated as part of a new CPPW collective bargaining agreement. Current and future labor agreements can be viewed here . Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to attach a cover letter and resume. Position Summary The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) and the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund are seeking a Senior Communication Strategist (Coordinator III) to lead and implement proactive public relations campaigns. This position will oversee the design and production of compelling materials including print collateral, media releases, reports, e-newsletters, online content, and interactive engagement tools. The Senior Communication Strategist will work closely with the BPS Communications Team in support of PCEF’s communications needs. This position is one of two PCEF Senior Communication Strategists and will serve as the PCEF storyteller. The successful applicant will have the essential role of sourcing emergent examples of community work and showcasing stories that illustrate the impact of the fund. Working closely with PCEF communications staff and the BPS Communications teams, the Senior Communication Strategist will also organize and execute marketing, materials production, and media relations activities with discretion and awareness of intergovernmental and community issues. As a Senior Communications Strategist, you will: Plan and Implement communications needs: Meet regularly with PCEF communications team, community partners, and supervisor to understand critical needs, project goals, and timelines. Develop and implement strategic communication plans that advance PCEF goals, including writing/editing press releases, coordinating media responses, drafting talking points and responding to ongoing communications needs. Create and share compelling stories: Use creative and community-centered approaches to tell compelling stories of community-led work enabled by PCEF grants. Assess and utilize appropriate platforms to determine where stories should be told and amplified while increasing public awareness and highlighting achievements. Work with local and national media: In close coordination with the BPS Communications Director, pitch stories of PCEF impact to local and national media, coordinate media responses, and develop public responses that explain positions in a timely manner. Support community-engagement efforts: Support PCEF staff in developing and strengthening partnerships with community groups, businesses, and other public and private organizations. Coordinate with partners on storytelling and education in alignment with PCEF guiding principles . Ideal Candidate Profile: The ideal candidate will be a skilled writer and communicator with a passion for impactful storytelling using all forms of media. They should have a strong attention to detail and the ability to independently initiate and manage multiple projects at once. They should have a demonstrated track record with projects and a strong commitment to racial justice and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Ideal qualities include being creative, organized, data centric, collaborative, professional, and inclusive. PCEF and BPS value a diverse workforce and seek ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. Candidates of color, those who can speak a language other than English, and those with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Background As a first-in-the-nation community-led climate fund, PCEF’s mission is to fulfill a vision that builds resilience and quality jobs with proactive steps to fight climate change while advancing racial and social justice. More information about the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund can be found at https://www.portland.gov.bps/cleanenergy . Virtual Zoom Meet & Greet Opportunity Come meet the hiring manager and the senior recruiter! We'll be talking about the position duties and responsibilities, day to day life in the role, review the announcement, discuss how to apply, and answer questions you may have about the position. Tuesday, May 7th at 5:00PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84454937025 Meeting ID: 844 5493 7025 Thursday, May 9th at 12:00PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/88108756443 Meeting ID: 881 0875 6443 Please note, these information sessions will also cover the Clean Energy Fund Communications Strategist (2024-00462) recruitment. Questions? Jaclyn Snyder, Senior Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources Jaclyn.Snyder@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Experience with communications planning, communications project management, coordination of collateral production, digital-media management and editing a variety of content in a community-focused organization. Experience developing and implementing culturally conscious and competent communications and outreach with an equity lens.. Experience developing relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including collaborating with communities of color and people traditionally underrepresented in local decision-making, and facilitating inclusive participation in programs and activities. Experience in media relations, including developing and refining proactive and reactive messaging in a high-stakes situation. Progressively responsible experience involving media relations, writing, editing, multimedia communications, and/or program marketing. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between Monday, May 6 , 2024 - Monday, May 20, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Cover Letter Answer to three (3) Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: Veteran documents to request for Veteran Preference (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) Application Tips: Your cover letter should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained, which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your cover letter. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach materials not requested. All completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of May 20, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and cover letter, weighted 100%. Your resume and cover letter will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. Step 3: Writing Sample Submission: Week of May 27, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will receive an email with instructions to submit two writing samples: Sample news release. A communications piece of your choice that you are proud of. Applicants will have one week to attach their writing samples to their application. Each writing sample should be no more than two (2) pages. Each writing sample should be in a Word or PDF document. No zipped files or links will be accepted. *Please note, your writing sample will be reviewed during the interview process. Step 4: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 3, 2024 Only candidates who meet the minimum qualifications and submitted their writing sample will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 5: Selection (Interview): June Hiring bureau will review and select candidates to interview. Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 6: Offer of Employment: July Step 7: Start Date: August A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change* Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 5/20/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 07, 2024
Full Time
The Position Job Appointment: Regular, full-time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8 am-5 pm. An alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: Hybrid. In-person work is to be conducted at 1900 SW 4th Ave, Suite 7007, Portland, OR 97201 . Remote work must be performed within Oregon or Washington. For more information, click here . Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefits for this position. Union Representation: This classification is represented by the District Council of Trade Unions (DCTU) . To view this labor agreement, please click here . Applicants start at the entry salary rate. If you are a DCTU-represented employee, see the labor agreement for additional information or talk to your union representative. Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to respond to the supplemental questions and attach a resume. Position Summary T he Housing Assistant Program Specialist (HAPS) for the Portland Housing Bureau (PHB) performs application processing and compliance for small-scale development projects receiving indirect financial assistance through PHB’s Development Incentives (DI) team. The HAPS performs their job as part of a team and interacts with other bureaus and Multnomah County. As a Housing Assistance Program Specialist, you will: Work with homebuilders, real estate agents, title companies, and homebuyers to provide information on and successfully process various development incentives such as tax exemptions and development fee exemptions. Explain how the DI programs work according to established program guidelines. B alance competing priorities independently. Perform compliance monitoring on previously approved incentives. Track application flow. Enter data into databases. Populate template legal documents. Correspond with applicants. Provide superior customer service. Provide great attention to detail. Our Ideal Candidate is: Inclusive: Someone who values and respects diversity and has a desire or experience working with and serving people from a variety of backgrounds. Collaborative: An outgoing professional who values partnership and develops and supports relationships to get things done. Solutions Oriented: Uses strong communication skills to work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders to create, implement, and document solutions. Emotionally Intelligent: Motivated, passionate, team-oriented, and empathetic. About the Bureau: Since 2009, the Portland Housing Bureau (PHB) has worked toward a vision that "all Portlanders can find affordable homes...and have equitable access to housing." To that end, we are charged with developing citywide housing policy, delivering programs that increase the supply of affordable housing and promote stable homeownership, and administering a broad range of federal and local resources. Through our policies, plans, and funding, PHB works to stabilize families in their current homes, provide new affordable housing opportunities, and foster equitable , integrated, and diverse communities. The mission of the Portland Housing Bureau is to solve the unmet housing needs of the people of Portland. The Bureau accomplishes its mission by building and preserving quality, affordable rental, and owner-occupied housing; supporting and sponsoring programs that help low-income Portlanders find, rent, buy, retain, and repair their homes; bringing together partners and leading them to assess the city's housing needs, choose sustainable solutions to efficiently meet them, and identify how best to pay for them; and reaching out to Communities of Color to ensure their participation in the economic opportunities that quality housing investments create. Questions? Amanda Hillebrecht, Senior Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources Amanda.Hillebrecht@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Experience applying the methods of program, administrative, and procedural analysis. Ability to analyze problems, evaluate alternatives, and reach sound, logical, fact-based conclusions. Experience analyzing, and applying relevant laws, regulations, ordinances, and policies. Experience using sound, effective business communication in both oral and written formats. Experience preparing clear, concise, and comprehensive reports, correspondence, and other documents appropriate to diverse audiences. Applicants must also possess: A current/valid state driver's license. Applicants must meet City "good driver" requirements . Although not required, you may have the following: Experience working in real estate transactions. Knowledge of the building permit process. Familiarity with drafting and recording legal documents. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between Ma y 6 , 2024 - May 20 , 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Answer the Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: Veteran documents to request for Veteran Preference (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) Application Tips: The City of Portland has How to Apply Videos and offers How to Apply Classes once per month. If you have questions after watching the videos you are invited to contact the recruiter listed on the announcement. Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training, and/or experience, and where obtained, which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. Do not attach materials not requested. All completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of May 20, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Your resume and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required before the establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of May 27, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): June The hiring bureau will review and select candidates to interview. Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: June Step 6: Start Date: July A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change* Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 5/20/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 07, 2024
Full Time
The Position This position is exempt from Civil Service and is an "At Will" position. It serves at the discretion of the hiring authority, subject to the City of Portland Human Resources Administrative Rules and the Portland City Charter and Code. OVERVIEW OF CITY CONTROLLER: Under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the City Controller plays a critical role in managing the City’s financial operations. The Controller oversees the City’s Accounting Division, ensuring accurate financial reporting, compliance with accounting standards, and efficient transaction processing. As a Controller, you will provide: Leadership and Management: Plan, organize, and manage the activities of the City’s Accounting Division. Direct a large staff responsible for both centralized and decentralized professional accounting operations. Provide guidance and supervision to bureau accounting staff. Financial Reporting and Standards: Establish and maintain Citywide accounting standards. Monitor transactions related to accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, general ledger, and capital assets. Ensure compliance with accounting principles and regulations. Stay informed about state and feral securities and tax laws and regulations. Financial Analysis and Reporting: Track and report the financial condition and results of City operations. Perform complex financial accounting analyses. Provide insights to support decision-making and resource allocation. System Management: Manage the City’s corporate accounting systems and processes. Collaborate with bureaus to review and enhance financial systems. Evaluate and recommend changes to improve efficiency and accuracy. Policy and Rule Enforcement: Recommend and enforce accounting policies, practices, procedures, and rules. Serve as an authority for interpretation of City accounting and financial reporting policies. The City Controller’s role is pivotal in maintaining financial integrity, transparency, and accountability within the City administration. By ensuring accurate financial records and effective systems, the Controller contributes to the City’s overall success. ABOUT THE BUREAU: The Budget and Finance Service Area provides centralized financial services, revenue collection, business regulation, financial reporting, and compliance to all City bureaus. The bureau includes six divisions including Accounting, Debt Management, Grants Management, Revenue, Risk, and Treasury. The Accounting division within this bureau provides quality support to help customers achieve their goals and meet the City’s fiduciary responsibilities. As stewards of public funds this bureau and division have been key in maintaining the City of Portland’s triple-A bond rating. This Aaa bond rating allows the City of Portland to attain the most advantageous borrowing costs available, ensuring that we can continue to invest in the community and infrastructure to make Portland a vibrant city. THE CITY’S TRANSITION PLAN: City of Portland voters approved a new form of government and organizational structure in November 2022 with an effective date of January 1, 2025. City leaders are currently heavily engaged in the transition to the new form of government. Under the new form of government, a City Administrator will oversee the City’s day-to-day operations including six service areas, one of which is the Budget and Finance Service area to which the Controller reports. The Deputy City Administrator assigned to the Budget and Finance service area will act as the City’s CFO. For additional information about the City’s Transition Plan, visit: https://www.portland.gov/transition/government/change-management CITY OF PORTLAND CORE VALUES: Anti-racism | Communication | Collaboration | Equity | Transparency | Fiscal Responsibility These values guide our actions as we serve the community and engage our workforce. To learn more about the City of Portland core values, visit our website: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/BHR/article/765248 Questions? Tami Larison, Senior Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources Tamara.Larison@portlandoregon.gov Virtual Zoom Meet & Greet Opportunity Come meet the hiring manager and the senior recruiter! We'll be talking about the position duties and responsibilities, day to day life in the role, review the announcement, discuss how to apply, and answer questions you may have about the position. Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at 10:30 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada) To view the session recording, click here . To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position. Applicants must specifically address and demonstrate in their application materials how their education, training and/or experience meets each of the following minimum qualifications: Certified Public Accountant certification from any state of the United States. Advanced knowledge and experience of governmental accounting , including relevant accounting standards such as Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Federal Accounting Standards Board, and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Auditing Standards. Experience in legal and regulatory adherence , including Oregon’s Local Budget Law, City Code, ordinances, fiscal policies, administrative rules, and relevant guidelines. Experience in interpretation and application of legal and regulatory requirements to ensure adherence across accounting, procurement, and contracting processes. Experience applying superior communication skills with strong attention to detail to influence and be persuasive to internal and external stakeholders. Experience managing a multicultural workforce and applying equitable program practices within a complex organization. Applicants must also possess: Ability to obtain an Oregon State Board of Accountancy Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification within 18 months after appointment, if CPA is from state other than Oregon. Although not required, except as related to CPA requirements, you may have one or more of the following: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field (Master’s preferred). Management experience working for a public agency. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 6, to June 3, 2024 or Until filled Required Application Materials: Resume Cover Letter Answer to the three (3) Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: If you would like to request Veteran's Preference, please submit your Veteran documents (ex, DD-214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) by the closing date of the recruitment. Application Tips: Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach any additional documents. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Ongoing An evaluation of each applicant's training, paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their cover letter, and resume, weighted 100%. Your cover letter and résumé will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you would like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: As Needed This recruitment is “Open Until Filled”: This recruitment has multiple review periods and can be open for up to 3 months. Open Until Filled recruitments may close earlier than the posted closing date. The selection process will happen periodically throughout this recruitment. If you are placed on the eligible list, you do not need to reapply. You will be contacted by the bureau when being considered for the selection process. If you apply and are notified you meet minimum qualifications/placed on the eligible list, please do not reapply . Any applications received after being placed on the eligible list will not be reviewed and will be rejected as a duplicate application. If you apply and are notified you do not meet qualifications and the recruitment is still open, you may reapply and update your materials. Step 4: Selection (Interview) Process: Mid June to Early July 2024 Step 5: Offer of Employment: July to August 2024 Step 6: Start Date: A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change* Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 6/3/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 07, 2024
Full Time
The Position J ob Appointment: Regular, Full time Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm. Alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: Hybrid. In-person work to be conducted at The Vanport Building located at 1810 SW 5th Avenue. Remote work must be performed within Oregon or Washington. For more information, click here . Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefit for this position Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to attach a cover letter and resume. About the Position: The Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund (PCEF) team at the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) is seeking a dynamic and experienced External Affairs Manager to create and implement a strategic and comprehensive vision for the program. The External Affairs Manager will serve on PCEF’s leadership team and will lead External Affairs teams, consisting of data systems and performance reporting, community engagement and equity, communications, and workforce and contractor equity. The successful applicant will work collaboratively with PCEF leadership, external affairs staff, and BPS leadership to create and maintain positive brand awareness with community, partners, and media. As the PCEF team grows substantially over the coming two years, this position will play a pivotal role in ensuring strategic alignment to advance PCEF’s mission and the recently adopted Climate Investment Plan (CIP). In order to ensure effective implementation of the Climate Investment Plan, this position will work closely with cross-functional teams to foster stakeholder engagement, lead communications strategies, enhance operational efficiency, and oversee robust program evaluation. This involves maintaining accountability based on community feedback and transparently communicating the program's successes, learnings, and challenges, all through an equity-focused lens that centers historically underserved communities. What you’ll get to do: Lead PCEF’s external affairs team to support the strategic goals and objectives of the program. Guide the creation and implementation of a comprehensive communications plan, including media relations, public relations, and internal communications, to effectively convey PCEF's mission, achievements, and future directions to a broad audience in collaboration with BPS leadership. Oversee strategic development, approaches and activities that support the full spectrum of community engagement to deliver on project/program’s goals around equitable investment. Direct program performance tracking with the support of the Data Systems and Performance Manager and their team to measure success and inform program decisions. Support shifts in staff roles and responsibilities, team structure, and resource allocations to deliver on established program outcomes. Represent PCEF in various forums, communicating the vision, achievements, and strategic direction of the program. Create strategic plans, annual work plans, and project scopes of work. Plan , direct, and evaluate the performance of several assigned managers and staff. Who you are: Innovative : Creative, adaptable, and skilled in change management to better serve the community. Strategic thinker: That can shape and structure processes for a young and growing program. You have experience in senior leadership as an advocate and champion working toward strategic goals. Socially Intelligent : Motivated, passionate, team-oriented, and empathetic. You can communicate with others in a way that creates ease. You understand how to navigate complex political environments. You can effectively communicate with all levels of an organization. Equity-driven : Experience furthering an inclusive, respectful, and culturally responsive workplace. Commitment to advancing system changes that address historic and current discrimination. Insightful : Understands systems and relationships, sensitive to varied and sometimes conflicting needs. Able to strategize, define and test approaches and resolve complex issues without perfect information, and to direct foundational work. About the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund : As a first-in-the-nation community-led climate fund, PCEF’s mission is to fulfill a vision that builds resilience and quality jobs with proactive steps to fight climate change while advancing racial and social justice. PCEF will rely on this position’s high level of management experience, knowledge of climate change, and communication skills to help ensure the success of all PCEF programs. For more information on this innovative program, please visit the PCEF website . About the Bureau: The Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) is a leader in land use planning, climate action, environmental stewardship, and urban design. BPS centers racial equity in its work and is dedicated to creating a Portland that is more equitable, healthy, prosperous, and resilient. The bureau oversees a world-renowned waste and recycling system and leads the U.S. in its commitment to open data and protecting communities in the application of technologies . Staff collaborate with partners on neighborhood, economic, historic, and environmental planning and provide research, policy and technical services to advance energy efficiency and renewable energy , as well as policies and actions to address climate change . BPS values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. We encourage candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with abroad range of individuals and diverse communities to apply. Although not required, BPS encourages candidates that can fluently speak more than one language to include that information in your resume. BPS offers an excellent benefits package, flexible work schedules and support for training and skills development in a positive, engaging, and creative work environment. Studies have shown that women, non-binary people, and Black, Indigenous, and other people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they meet all the qualifications listed. BPS considers lived experience and transferrable skills as qualifying unless an item is labeled as required. We are most interested in finding the best candidates for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. We encourage you to apply. Virtual Zoom Meet & Greet Opportunity Come meet the hiring manager and the senior recruiter! We'll be talking about the position duties and responsibilities, day to day life in the role, review the announcement, discuss how to apply, and answer questions you may have about the position. Thursday, May 16 at 12:00pm Pacific Time (US and Canada) Zoom Meeting Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86731358722 Questions? Jaclyn Snyder, Senior Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources Jaclyn.Snyder@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Experience creating operational and strategic plans for public information, public relations, or related fields. Experience as an executive leader and people manager, with demonstrated success in leadership, management, supervision, training, and performance evaluation. Experience making sound decisions, conclusions, and recommendations, including in high pressure situations. Ability to communicate effectively in writing and in person, including the ability to present information clearly and persuasively in public settings. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with city/public agencies, officials and representatives of community-based organizations. Ability to collaborate with communities of color and people traditionally underrepresented in local decision-making. Preferred qualifications : Management experience working for a public agency. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between May 6 , 2024 - June 3, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Cover Letter Answer to three (3) Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: Veteran documents to request for Veteran Preference (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) Application Tips: Your cover letter should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained, which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your cover letter. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach materials not requested. All completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of June 3, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and cover letter, weighted 100%. Your resume and cover letter will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 10, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): Late June/July Hiring bureau will review and select candidates to interview. Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: August Step 6: Start Date: September A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change* Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 6/3/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
May 07, 2024
Full Time
The Position The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability is hiring for multiple Clean Energy Fund Project Managers. Job Appointment: Full time, regular Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm. Alternate schedule may be available. Work Location: Hybrid. In-person work to be conducted at The Vanport Building located at 1810 SW 5th Avenue. Remote work must be performed within Oregon or Washington. For more information, click here . Benefits: Please check our benefit tab for an overview of benefit for this position Language Pay Differential: City of Portland employees who speak one or more languages in addition to English, may be eligible to receive a “language pay differential.” This is compensation for qualifying multilingual City employees who use their language skill to assist the community. More about the language pay differential can be found here . Union Representation: This classification was recently recognized as represented by a new labor union, City of Portland Professional Workers (CPPW). Terms and Conditions are currently being negotiated as part of a new CPPW collective bargaining agreement. To view labor agreements, current and future, please click here . Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need respond to the supplemental questions and attach a resume. About the Position: The Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund (PCEF) team at the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) is actively seeking multiple experienced Project Managers (Coordinator II) to oversee the program’s climate action and climate justice investments. These roles offer the unique opportunity to contribute to a dynamic, fast-paced team tasked with the stewardship of more than $1 billion in funding over the next five years. These funds are aimed at reducing or sequestering greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and advancing racial and social justice through projects and programs identified in the recently adopted Climate Investment Plan . As a crucial member of the team, you will play a key role in administering grants and contracts that are creating impactful, innovative, and catalytic climate action in our historically underserved communities. Effective management of our grants will involve cultivating robust relationships with grantees, providing guidance and technical assistance, and conducting thorough monitoring to ensure the successful implementation of projects for the greatest environmental and social benefits. This recruitment seeks to fill Project Manager positions that will oversee grants and contracts in one or more of the following funding areas: Energy efficiency and renewable energy (EE/RE) : this area focuses on EE/RE planning and implementation solutions in existing buildings, above code new construction, community solar, and the development of other community-based clean energy solutions. The EE/RE funding supports improvements in residential, commercial, and public buildings. EE/RE is the largest funding area within the PCEF program. Transportation decarbonization: this area supports on a range of efforts including the planning and implementation of active transportation infrastructure, transitioning to electric vehicles (EV), development of EV charging infrastructure, and deployment of EV biking solutions. Additional focus areas include supporting mode shifting initiatives, promoting active transportation efforts, multi-modal planning, and improving mobility and access to transportation options that reduce GHG emissions within the city. Regenerative agriculture and green infrastructure (RAGI) : the regenerative agriculture portion of this funding area focuses on improving access to local foods, fibers, and materials using regenerative practices that enhance soil carbon sequestration and support a healthier urban environment. The green infrastructure portion of this funding area may support planting, establishment, maintenance, and/or restoration of trees, native plants, shrubs, or natural areas in order to sequester carbon in above and below-ground biomass. Workforce and contractor development (WCD) this area supports efforts that build a more diverse and inclusive workforce and contractor pool for the green economy. WCD projects include (1) worker training for climate related jobs and skills such as high efficiency construction, arboriculture training, solar installer training, (2) contractor development projects that help contractors start, stabilize, pivot or grow to provide climate related goods and services, and (3) climate-career focused youth engagement and education. While WCD efforts span nearly all PCEF programs, most direct awards for this work support community-led initiatives. PCEF will rely on these positions’ high level of project management experience, knowledge of their funding area, and communication skills to help ensure that our grantees and contractors have a positive experience and receive the support they need to be successful in implementing their projects and programs. While our grantees are often community-based non-profit organizations, for-profit businesses and government entities may also serve as grantees or contractors. What you'll get to do: Support grants and contracts awarded for projects and programs: Serve as primary point of contact for assigned portion of funding area portfolio; work with grantees and contractors to define detailed scopes and metrics, monitor grant/contract progress, process invoices, and ensure compliance and quality assurance. Management of PCEF grants and contracts will also require trouble-shooting and collaborative problem solving with a wide range of grantees and contractors to support project success. Review project proposals: As part of a team, this position will review and score project proposals and provide input and recommendations regarding funding awards and management processes. Participate in facilitated multi-stakeholder engagement and collaborations: In collaboration with other members of the PCEF team, support grantees/contractors and stakeholders (e.g., sub-contractors, professional associations, government entities, coalitions, members of the community, etc.) in opportunities to collaborate, improve outcomes, develop best practices, and share lessons learned. Assist with program analysis: In collaboration with other members of the PCEF team, this position will perform analysis to identify barriers and best practices related to projects in their funding area. This practice will contribute to the program’s continuous improvement efforts. Who you are: The Ideal candidate will be a detail oriented and community-minded project manager with a commitment to climate action within one or more of the following funding areas - energy efficiency/renewable energy sector, transportation sector, workforce and contractor development, and regenerative agriculture and green infrastructure sectors. Candidates with lived or work experience with communities of color or historically marginalized communities are strongly desired. Those skilled in analyzing data, identifying process improvements, customer service and collaboration with a variety of stakeholders will be ideal. All candidates should have a strong commitment to racial justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion. About the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund: As a first-in-the-nation community-led climate fund, PCEF’s mission is to fulfill a vision that builds resilience and quality jobs with proactive steps to fight climate change while advancing racial and social justice. More information about the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund can be found at https://www.portland.gov.bps/cleanenergy . About the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability: The Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) is a leader in land use planning, climate action, environmental stewardship, and urban design. BPS centers racial equity in its work and is dedicated to creating a Portland that is more equitable, healthy, prosperous, and resilient. The bureau oversees a world-renowned waste and recycling system and leads the U.S. in its commitment to open data and protecting communities in the application of technologies. Staff collaborate with partners on neighborhood, economic, historic, and environmental planning and provide research, policy and technical services to advance energy efficiency and renewable energy, as well as policies and actions to address climate change. BPS values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. Candidates of color, those who can speak a language other than English, and those with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Studies have shown that women, non-binary people, and Black, Indigenous, and other people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they meet every one of the qualifications listed. BPS considers lived experience, and transferrable skills as qualifying unless an item is labeled as required. We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and the best candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. We strongly encourage you to apply. Virtual Zoom Meet & Greet Opportunity Come meet the hiring manager and the senior recruiter! We'll be talking about the position duties and responsibilities, day to day life in the role, review the announcement, discuss how to apply, and answer questions you may have about the position. Wednesday, May 15 at 12:00pm Pacific Time (US and Canada) Zoom Meeting Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/88313442075 Meeting ID: 883 1344 2075 Wednesday, May 15 at 5:00pm Pacific Time (US and Canada) Zoom Meeting Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81057670529 Meeting ID: 810 5767 0529 Questions? Jaclyn Snyder, Senior Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources Jaclyn.Snyder@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Experience successfully collaborating with, working with, and/or organizing with communities of color and other historically marginalized communities. Experience managing projects, tracking budgets, and ensuring compliance with project or program requirements (e.g., permitting, reporting, other requirements). Experience working in one or more of the following funding areas - energy efficiency/renewable energy, transportation, regenerative agriculture and green infrastructure, and workforce and contractor development. Ability to organize and manage a high volume of projects, detailed material, and communication with multiple internal and external parties to ensure grant compliance and project success. Ability to apply relevant code, regulation, permitting requirements, administrative rules, and policies, and exercise independent judgment, problem-solve, and take initiative within established procedures and guidelines to support program success. Ability to maintain effective working relationships and communicate the needs of the program and its grantees with internal and external stakeholders and others encountered in the course of work. Although not required, you may have: Three (3) years of experience managing projects, including tracking budgets and ensuring compliance with project or program requirements (e.g., permitting, reporting, or other requirements). Two (2) years of experience working in energy efficiency/renewable energy sector, transportation sector, regenerative agriculture and green infrastructure, and/or workforce and contractor development sectors. The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between Monday, May 6, 2024 - Monday, May 27, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Answer to the Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: Veteran documents to request for Veteran Preference (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc.) Application Tips: Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained, which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach materials not requested. All completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of May 27, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their resume and supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Your resume and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of June 3, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): June Hiring bureau will review and select candidates to interview. Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: July Step 6: Start Date: August A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change* Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 5/27/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, United States
Apr 30, 2024
Full Time
The Position Do you enjoy creating accessible training experiences and documents? Are you a detail-oriented individual who appreciates creating and documenting effective processes? Ready to build your experience in employee training and development? If you answered “yes” to these questions, please consider applying to the Training and Development Program Assistant role at t he Portland Water Bureau . About the Position Job Appointment: Casual Work Schedule: Approximately 20 hours per week with scheduling flexibility. Note: This Community Service Aide (CSA II) position has a maximum of 1,400 hours in a calendar year. Work Location: This position will work at the Portland Building, 1120 SW 5 th Ave., Portland, OR 97204. This is a hybrid position. Benefits : This position is not eligible for benefits Union Representation : This position is not represented by a union Application Materials: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need to submit a resume and respond to supplemental questions for this application. Position Summary The Portland Water Bureau seeks to hire a Training and Development Program Assistant (Community Service Aide II) to support employee engagement and development related to the Bureau’s Business Services. The Business Services group houses many of the bureau’s core employee-focused functions, including - Human resources Communications and outreach Equity and policy Employee experience and development Strategic planning As a Training and Development Program Assistant (CSA II), you will: Assist in the administration, delivery, and documentation of employee programs and trainings. Support the coordination of virtual and in-person programming to include ‘lunch and learn’ style experiences, immersive multi-day employee experience programming, job shadow programming, and New Employee Welcome. Coordinate evaluation tools and processes for employee programs and trainings. Support the bureau-wide implementation of LinkedIn Learning, including promoting the program, communicating the value and evolving opportunity to the workforce, coordinating the employee experience with the platform, and developing recommended learning pathways. Perform administrative tasks and other duties as assigned independently. We value diverse perspectives and life experiences and aspire to hire and support people who reflect the diversity of the people of Portland. People of color, LGBTQ I A+ and other identities, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Employees are guided by the shared values of public service, customers, communication, and equity. We work hard every day to share the stories about how our investments in the water system ensure safe and abundant water for generations to come. Your unique perspective and lived experience will help shape our work and strengthen our organization. About the Portland Water Bureau: The Portland Water Bureau serves water to nearly a million people in the Portland area. Portland’s water system includes two great water sources, 53 tanks and reservoirs, and 2,200 miles of pipes. The bureau employs approximately 600 people in a variety of professions including maintenance and construction, engineering and design, water treatment and resource protection, customer service and communications, and much more. The bureau values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization and with the public. Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and people with disabilities, are encouraged to apply for this position. Our mission: We serve excellent water every minute of every day. Our vision: The water our community loves is safe and abundant for generations to come. Our equity commitment: We work to uproot systemic inequities and their impacts on our employees and the people we serve. We commit to the difficult-and essential-work of transforming Water Bureau policies, practices, and culture to better serve historically and currently oppressed communities. More Information about the Portland Water Bureau . Virtual Zoom Meet & Greet Opportunity Come meet the hiring manager and the recruiter! We will review the job announcement and discuss what a typical day looks like for this position. We will also devote time to answer any questions you may have about the application process and/or the position. Monday, May 13, 2024, 5:30PM-6:30PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Zoom Meeting Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86948089428 Have a question? Contact Information: Vanessa Valdez, Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources Vanessa.Valdez@portlandoregon.gov To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Knowledge of technology and software, such as Microsoft Office & Office 365, or others. Knowledge and experience assisting in creating, designing or delivering training content for adult learners. Knowledge of and experience with the tools and techniques for project planning and management. Strong communication skills, both verbal and i n writing Ability to communicate and collaborate with individuals from a variety of different backgrounds and communication styles. Preferred Qualifications The following qualifications are helpful, but not required : Volunteer or employment experience with some aspect of Portland’s diverse civic engagement system or similar Ability to use online tools for conducting feedback and evaluation processes, such as Microsoft Forms and Survey Monkey Previous administrative support experience The Recruitment Process Step 1: Apply online between April 29, 2024 - May 20, 2024 Required Application Materials: Resume Supplemental Questions Optional Application Materials: Veteran documents to request for Veteran Preference (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc) Application Tips Do not attach any additional documents. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. Do not attach materials not requested . E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: Week of May 20, 2024 An evaluation of each applicant's training and paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their résumé and supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Your résumé and supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you would like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: Week of May 27, 2024 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): Late May 2024 Hiring bureau will review and select candidates for an interview Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: June 2024 Step 6: Start Date: Late June - Early July 2024 A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change.* Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer This summary outlines the benefit programs, actual benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. The City of Portland offers a comprehensive benefit package that is competitive with other private and public sector employers. More detailed information can be obtained by calling the Health & Financial Benefits Office at 503-823-6031. Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Casual employees can become eligible for health benefits (medical, dental & vision) through Affordable Care Act (ACA) employer provisions if they meet the necessary paid hours requirement, as determined by the Health & Financial Benefits Office. Retirement Membership in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)/Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan (OPSRP) The City currently pays the employee's share of the retirement contribution. Employees who are OPSRP members are vested after five years of contributions or when they reach age 65 (age 60 for police and fire.) Sick Leave Casual employees accrue sick leave as outlined in the City of Portland protected sick time law. Family Medical Leave In accordance with federal and state law, and the City policy for family medical leave, the City grants family and medical leave to eligible employees for certain family and medical related reasons. Closing Date/Time: 5/20/2024 11:59 PM Pacific