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Qualified applicants are required to download, sign and submit the NeighborImpact application packet in addition to a resume and cover letter indicating the reason for interest in the position and job experience directly related to the Job Description. A complete job description is available below, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants for all Head Start positions and some administrative positions are required to apply for enrollment in the Oregon Employment Department Child Care Division Central Background Registry. Registration must be complete before date of hire.
Do you want to be part of helping others realize the American Dream? To help them buy their first home? Do you understand the world of home mortgage and lending? Put all these together and come to work for one of the top 100 Non-profits to work for in Oregon. Apply for the Homeownership Counselor position at NeighborImpact! This position is responsible for counseling, coaching and educating Central Oregonians about homeownership. The counselor works with clients that aim to purchase their first home, helps individuals keep their home and avoid foreclosure. This position works one-on-one and also provides group education on the homeownership process.
Do you have a passion for helping people? Are you motivated by the success of others? We are looking for a positive individual to highlight client’s strengths and support them to reach creative, personalized solutions on their journey to housing stability. The ideal individual for this positon will have a lens on trauma-informed, client-centered service delivery. Come to work for one Oregon’s 100 Best Non-Profits and help affect constructive change in people’s lives. The Housing Advocate is responsible for performing screening, intake, and assessment with potential clients to establish eligibility for program participation. This position provides individualized in-home case management services to clients for purposes of clients’ self-sufficiency and access to housing. This includes referring to community partner agencies/service providers and providing advocacy for housing opportunities. The Housing Advocate is responsible for maintaining accurate, complete, up-to date client files and HMIS records. This position works under the direction of the Housing Stabilization Manager.
Do you have the ability to track projects and their budgets and keep production on track? Are you interested in growing into a supervisory position? If so, consider this opening at NeighborImpact where we are supporting people and strengthening our community every day.
At Neighborlmpact, we change lives by helping families access skills for success, family services, financial assistance, food, housing, weatherization and energy assistance. Our values are Respect, Compassion, Collaboration, Accountability, Integrity, Excellence, Responsiveness, and Oriented towards positive change. We are Leaders in the field of poverty alleviation. The primary project to be implemented is a Community Mobilizers Initiative in Prineville and Madras. Other duties include implementing multiple outreach strategies for Energy,Weatherization and HomeSource throughout Central Oregon and coordinating volunteers for HomeSource. You may have limited direct service with clients and provide backup for group classroom adult education on Finances and Energy. There are limited administrative duties performed in this position.
Do you have a valid Oregon Commercial Driver’s License? Do you want your work to have a positive and meaningful impact on Central Oregon Families? Do you want to work for the employer consistently voted one of the top 100 Non-Profits to work for in Oregon? Then, please, consider applying for the Head Start Bus Driver position with NeighborImpact! Provides safe bus transportation for Head Start children, ensuring that each child is picked up and delivered on schedule. To cooperate with center team to promote the health and education of each child, and to work with center staff to assure a smooth flow of communication between families and Head Start sites.
Do you have a current Oregon School Bus Driver certification and looking for part-time work? Do you want to help Central Oregon children get the very best start in life? Do you want to work for the largest non-profit in Central Oregon? Then, please, consider applying for the Head Start Substitute Bus Driver position with NeighborImpact!
To assist the Center Team and teacher and to cooperate in a supportive role carrying out developmentally appropriate activities. To promote the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. Supervised by the Regional Coordinator, with daily tasks assigned by the classroom Teacher. Provide safe bus transportation for Head Start children as assigned.
Supports the Center Team according to federal regulations, performance standards, state and local policy. Assists the teaching team in creating a successful environment by integrating all program services that promote growth and development of up to 20 children. Rides the Head Start bus with children of assigned classrooms on their bus routes. Daily tasks are assigned by the classroom Teacher. Supervised by the Regional Coordinator.
To assist the Center Team and teacher and to cooperate in a supportive role carrying out developmentally appropriate activities. To promote the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. Supervised by the Regional Coordinator, with daily tasks assigned by the classroom Teacher. Provide safe bus transportation for Head Start children for field trips and as assigned.
Are you passionate about children and families? Are you bilingual with at least some experience translating and interpreting? Do you want to work for the employer consistently voted one of the top 100 Non-Profits to work for in Oregon? Then, please, consider applying for the Second Language Translator/Interpreter position with NeighborImpact’s Head Start! This position is responsible for providing professional translation and interpretation services to support communication between children and families, Head Start Staff and community service providers and to provide information on the cultures represented by families served. Work is supervised by the Diversity Services Coordinator/Advocate.
NeighborImpact does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability or age of admission, or participation in its programs services and activities, or in employment. For further information about this policy, or to arrange for an accommodation for a disability contact Human Resources/Section 504 Coordinator, phone number (541) 323-6515, State Relay 711. 503 B Nondiscrimination Poster.