Umpqua Bank is Hiring
COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITY PROGRAM MANAGER, Portland
Umpqua Bank is looking for a creative and passionate program manager who will help drive the corporate responsibility strategy at Umpqua Bank. Through management of critical community-facing and internal programs this position helps to inform and influence many aspects of Umpqua’s brand, culture and values while working in a collaborative team environment. This is an exciting role for someone interested in delivering significant business value while addressing community need.
Part of what you’ll do:
Manage Umpqua Bank’s industry-leading paid time off volunteer program, including inspiring associates and teams to engage, regularly communicating with community partners and internal associates, and overseeing the creation and maintenance of program materials.
Oversee Umpqua Bank’s youth financial literacy efforts, including activation of curriculum delivery to schools and youth organizations through established associate liaisons, oversight of school-managed on-campus banking efforts, and integration into store and online delivery channels to meet the needs of children and families.
Run Umpqua Bank’s holiday wish granting program, including management of multiple radio station partnerships, oversight of internal associate teams’ local execution and creation of promotional materials.
Support signature community responsibility programs and events such as strategic community partnerships and visibility efforts in a particular community.
To read the full job description and requirements please click HERE.
Marie Lamfrom Charitable Foundation’s Youth Music Project Hiring
OFFICE MANAGER/FULL CHARGE BOOKEEPER
The Youth Music Project is seeking an Office Manager / Full Charge Bookkeeper to help manage the nonprofit’s innovative educational programs for kids in West Linn, Wilsonville, and the surrounding communities. This position reports directly to the Executive Director and can start immediately. This position is hourly up to 40 hours per week. The Office Manager / Full Charge Bookkeeper will work at YMP’s headquarters at 2015 8th Avenue, West Linn, Oregon 97068. The Youth Music Project is an equal opportunity employer, and candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
The Youth Music Project is a nonprofit music school organized under the Marie Lamfrom Charitable Foundation. YMP’s mission is to provide outstanding rock, pop, and country music education for youth by offering free or low cost lessons, free instrument use, and exceptional performance opportunities. YMP accomplishes its mission through a combination of afterschool lessons, educational school assemblies, summer camps, and free instrument rentals for students eligible for free or reduced lunch. With grant and community support, YMP is able to offer all of its programs on a sliding scale based on the free or reduced lunch program. As such, every child in our community will have the opportunity to take innovative music offerings while enjoying the well documented benefits of a music-based education. Please see www.YouthMusicProject.org for more information.
If you are interested in applying for the Full Charge Bookkeeper / Office Manager position, please apply online at http://www.youthmusicproject.org/jobs. This secure site will ask you to submit the following: contact information, a list of skills and qualifications, a one page cover letter including salary requirements, and three professional references. You will also be given an opportunity to upload your resume or CV and will be asked a series of questions concerning our background check process. The entire process should take about 10 minutes or less.
Because of our work with children, successful candidates will be required to undergo a strict FBI fingerprint background check and a credit check.
Because of the volume of applications, we will not be able to respond to every application, but we will keep your information on file for one year in case new opportunities arise. Please do not call or email YMP staff concerning your application.
To read the full job description and for information about salary & benefits, click HERE.
McKenzie River Gathering Foundation is Hiring
MRG Foundation is looking for an experienced, creative, and innovative Communications Director who is excited about the power of social justice philanthropy, inspired by MRG’s vision for a just and joyful world, and eager to expand MRG’s capacity to reach a broader audience and grow our donor base. Applications are due by 5:00 pm, Wednesday, April 24th.
Full-time (35 hours a week) with some seasonal fluctuation of hours. Exempt. Requires some evening and weekend work, as well as occasional travel. Reports to the Associate Director.
The Communications Director will work collaboratively with MRG’s leadership to design, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive communications strategy. This strategy will ensure a compelling, consistent brand and highly visible messages that inspire our growing audiences to make an investment in MRG and our social justice grantmaking, and establish MRG as the “go-to” resource on social justice philanthropy in Oregon.
For the full position description and how to apply click HERE.