26 posts categorized "Job Opportunities"

SW Hills Job Opening w/Benefits

August 26, 2017

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for Part Time Teachers and Teaching Assistants

Our well-established Elementary Enrichment Program is seeking professionals who love working with children ages 5-11. Typical hours are from 1:30pm to 6:00pm, three to five school days per week. We are located on the Vista 51 Bus Route.

We believe in positive discipline, mindfulness, sports, arts, and choice-based activities. Our talented teachers range from grandmothers to athletes, theater artists to graduate students. You must be able to lift 30 pounds, pass a background check with the OR Central Background Registry, complete a few online courses required by the State, and obtain your 1st Aid/CPR, and Food Handlers Certificates. You don't need to have all of those things now- we'll explain and help facilitate if you are offered a position.

Please email a resume, cover letter and your availability, including how soon you could start and what days you can work to: MamaBird612@gmail.com

Thank you!

 

 

Ad Sales Opportunity

March 06, 2012

The Green Living Journal, a free publication dedicated to practical environmental information and distributed throughout the Portland/Vancouver area, needs a motivated, experienced ad sales person, eager to sell space and follow-up with paperwork and details. This is a part-time position for an independent contractor, so you can set your own hours and days.  You’ll earn commissions on completed sales, so the potential for growth will be determined by your own efforts. Are you excited by sustainable and green business?  Need flexible hours?  Have a successful track record in outside sales?  Send a resume including references and a successful sales history – plus a letter telling us why you’re right for this job -- to info@greenlivingpdx.com

Cracked Pots: Now funding reuse/recycle projects

December 08, 2008

Cracked Pots, an environmental non-profit organization, seeks new, innovative projects in the reuse and recycling field for funding.

The Scope:

  • Projects may be small or large-one time or ongoing.
  • Projects must center on waste reduction, recycling or reuse.
  • Projects should have educational components.
  • Projects should focus on the Portland metro area.
  • Projects may be created by an individual, group or business.

Our Purpose:
We seek to seed or encourage bright new ideas, in any stage of development, which open up the recycling "box" and which provide clever ways to deepen creative reuse and waste reduction.

Our Belief:
We live in a vibrant community committed to recycling....yet we know we can do even more to reduce waste here. We know there are "fab" ideas out there which haven't seen the light of day and we want to
shine that light. We need you.

The Money:
We are open to proposals for funding ranges anywhere from $500 to $10,000. We are interested in projects occurring in 2009.

Contact Us:
www.crackedpots.org
Tess: 503-257-2042.

* Letter of interest is due by 12/15.*

Part-Time Sr. Accountant - Friends of the Children

October 09, 2008

Part-Time Senior Accountant

 

Friends of the Children - Portland, a nationally recognized, dynamic non-profit mentoring organization serving high-risk children in our community, has a current opening for a Part-Time Senior Accountant. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an organization that gives children an opportunity to realize their unique potential.

 

If you are a CPA or CMA with two to three years accounting experience and are interested in working 32 hours a week, we would love to talk with you. 

 

As a Sr. Accountant, you will provide accounting, payroll and finance support to the Portland office of Friends of the Children. Day to day tasks include but are not limited to:

 

· Prepare monthly financial statements and analyze budget variances.

· Maintain accounting records on a monthly basis in accordance with the generally accepted accounting principles.

· Oversee accounts receivable, including the preparation and posting of deposits.

· Perform timely bank reconciliations for review on a monthly basis.

· Prepare semi-monthly payroll, verify semi-monthly, quarterly and year-end reports for accuracy.

· Verify documentation for employee contributions for insurance, flexible spending account plan and 401(k) plan from payroll records.

· Perform month and fiscal year end financial account reconciliation and closings.

· Prepare schedules for auditors.

· Assist the Finance Director on grant budget writing and reporting.

· Prepare the annual budget.

· Maintain up-to-date organizational fixed assets listing and perform physical inventory check annually.

· Maintain current, secure and organized fiscal and administrative files.

 

Qualifications Required:

 

· CPA or CMA

· Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business required.

· One to three years accounting experience, preferably in a non-profit environment.

· Must have strong computer skills; proficiency with Word and Excel.

· Experience processing payroll with 3rd party payroll service.

· Experience with Financial Edge software a plus;

· Demonstrated excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills; organizational and time management skills;

· Ability to work independently with limited supervision, as well as be a team player;

· Ability to solve problems, manage several issues/tasks concurrently and meet deadlines.

 

Friends of the Children offers competitive pay and a generous benefits package for all of our employees.

 

To Apply:

If you would like to bring your expertise to our team, please submit your cover letter and resume to “jobs4 at friendsofthechildren.org”. You can learn more about Friends of the Children at: www.friendsofthechildren.org/portland. Employment Opportunities are listed under the “Contact Us” tab.

 

We are committed to our community, to equal employment opportunity, and to diversity in our workplace.

 

Help with volunteer signups?

October 08, 2008

Hi-
I live in Palo Alto, CA and am part of the Palo Alto/ Menlo Park Parents Club which seems a lot like your group  and am a mom of three. I have a couple of things I'm interested in connecting on:  I recently started working part time for an internet start-up called Center'd, which is extremely useful in helping busy moms organize and plan online (I used the site for a school picnic, liked it so much that I wanted to work for them!)  To that end, I'd love to introduce you to the site, which is completely free to users and can help cut down on the back and forth emailing that takes place when trying to organize anything kid related. 

Secondly, I am looking for someone in the Portland area for a part time (10 hour a week) position that would be perfect for a mom with young kids. I'm simply interested in spreading the word about Center'd which can also help schools and other organizations handle all of their volunteer sign up's online!  Please get back to me if you want any further information.  I have a job description that I can email.  I hope it is okay to post here, I am just trying to think of different ways to get in touch with the exact group that we're after - we really can help!  You can also forward my email address to any one who might want to know more.  Thanks so much for your time!

kate@centerd.com

Hiring Piano Teachers

September 08, 2008

The Pfeifer MusicWerks Studio is now hiring experienced piano teachers for immediate start. We are looking for some great teachers to share our love of music to last a lifetime teaching philosophy. The positions are part time in the mornings or afternoons after school between 3-8 PM depending on the day.

teachers wanted for:
baby music classes -mornings/early afternoon
preschool piano classes mornings & after school
teaching students in home -after school
small group piano lessons - 2-4 students -after school

please email your resume to info@pianowerks.com

Shop Goddess Needed at Milagros

July 07, 2008

Can you help a mama put a baby in a sling? We need you!

Seeking energetic, out-going part-time sales person for baby boutique. Needs to adore children, be able to work with limited supervision, and be computer literate. Knowledge of babywearing, cloth diapering, and breastfeeding are huge pluses. Recent retail experience is also preferred but not required.

Approximately 12-20 hours a week. Weekend work is required of this position.

Please email a letter of interest and resume for consideration: milagros@milagrosboutique.com

Thanks!

MotherTalk seeks Book Reviewers

July 03, 2008

MotherTalk just launched Connections, a matchmaking service for Books Seeking Reviewers. The listings are typically from authors or small presses who are looking for online reviewers but not a full-blown blog tour. It's a great way to beef up your book review portfolio, work directly with authors, or just find some truly wonderful books! (And if you'd like to submit your own book for a listing, just send email to info@mother-talk.com.

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Job Op: Lead Teacher/Caregiver in Waldorf Inspired Program

July 01, 2008

Locally based progressive and green company, gDiapers, is seeking a lead teacher for a developing Waldorf/Lifeways inspired child care center. The center will soon include 12 children ages infants through 4 years old. Ideally we are looking for caregivers/teachers with mixed age experience, some Lifeways, or Waldorf early childhood training. Great pay, benefits, 4 weeks paid time off, continuing education and more offered with job. Gdiapers is a small company with a supportive, family like, environment.
Applicants must have a nurturing approach towards their work with children and a willingness to be educated in relationship-based care. In addition, we are looking for applicants who are self-motivated, detail oriented and possess the ability to communicate with parents, children and colleagues in a positive manner. This is a wonderful opportunity to provide nurturing, home-like care to a joyful group of children.
Please contact Laura, laura@gdiapers.com, for more information.

  • Location: NW Portland
  • Compensation: Based on experience and training please contact for more information
  • Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
  • Please, no phone calls about this job!
  • Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

Business Opportunity: Hoot-n-Annie for SALE

June 30, 2008

Hoot-n-Annie, Exceptional Children's Resale and Locally Handmade Clothing and Gifts is for sale!

Hoot-n-Annie is a truly fantastic children's resale store with a strong and loyal customer base.  My business partner's personal situation has changed, requiring her to move out of state. 

We will provide basic information via email; we are requesting a face-to-face meeting for serious inquiries.  We have very thorough sales records, customer counts, expenses, business statistics and analytics, etc. Website, name and logo, full training and ongoing consultation is included.  The busiest season of the year begins in August and runs through December - now is the perfect time to take over. Hoot-n-Annie continues to show excellent growth and is in a great position for you to add your new energy and keep sales surging upward. Community word of mouth is excellent and we have many customer testimonials to share. 

This is a great opportunity for a family or a group who wish to form a partnership or co-op. If interested, send me an email; I'll reply promptly. 

Owner is unable to carry contract. Will consider a new partnership with an absolutely perfect fit person.   Email: tracyaltman@gmail.com for more information