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Interested in Architecture & Experienced in Finance? Apply to be the Accounts Payable Specialist at Ankrom Moisan

Posted on by Cecilia Bianco

featjob7.29Ankrom Moisan Architects is hiring an Accounts Payable Specialist! Ankrom Moisan is a national firm, with offices in Portland and Seattle, that provides integrated architectural, interior design, and urban design services to its clients.

Architects Stewart Ankrom and Tom Moisan formed Ankrom Moisan in 1983 with the mission to “Create Places Where People and Communities Thrive.” The firm has grown to more than 200 staff members and a portfolio that includes award-winning mixed-use housing, condominiums, apartments, affordable housing, senior housing, student housing, healthcare, offices, hospitality, and retail. Continue reading →

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3 Advantages to a Career in Nursing

Posted on by Emily Green

The field of nursing has expanded rapidly in recent years, with 19.4 percent employment growth and 526,800 brand new jobs expected by 2022. If you’re looking for a career that’s excelling in a weak economy, consider these three advantages of becoming a nurse! Continue reading →

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Want to Move to Portland? The Top 10 Blog Posts You Should Read

Posted on by Jessica Williams

We often hear from job seekers who are considering moving to Portland and looking for advice. As someone who made this move, I have written several posts on what I learned, what I wish I had known, and how YOU can make the transition easier! Continue reading →

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Skilled in Brand Management? Elephants Delicatessen Needs You as Its Marketing & Communications Manager

Posted on by Cecilia Bianco

Elephants Delicatessen is hiring a Marketing and Communications Manager! Elephants Delicatessen has provided great local food to the Portland area since 1979. With locations from downtown Portland to Lake Oswego, Elephants makes some of the best soups and sandwiches around!

Elephants is more than just a great lunch spot, with a long-standing dedication to serving the community through regular food donations and volunteer efforts. Continue reading →

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Comparison Kills Creativity

Posted on by Jessica Williams

Creativity is important to creating meaning in your work and I know that nothing kills creativity more than comparison.

Sometimes you wake up with best intentions only to feel like a failure in comparison to Continue reading →

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5 Myths About Working in the Nonprofit Sector

Posted on by Lisa Faust

Has this ever happened to you?

You see a great job posting, you meet all the requirements, you love the duties and responsibilities, then you realize the posting is for a nonprofit, and you think: “How could Continue reading →

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Oregon Law Enthusiasts: Apply to be Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives

Posted on by Cecilia Bianco

The Oregon Legislative Assembly is hiring a Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives! The Chief Clerk’s office provides parliamentary assistance to the House of Representatives, maintains legislative records and measures, and manages the legislative process.

The Chief Clerk is elected by the House of Representatives to a two-year term in January of each odd-numbered year and serves at the direction of the Speaker of the House. The successful candidate will serve as acting Chief Clerk upon their hire until the House is organized for Continue reading →

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It’s the Nature of the Job Search, Not You

Posted on by Russell Bither-Terry

If you’ve spent any time reading about the job search, you’ve probably heard about informational interviewing and how important it is to finding the right job.

I’ve been looking for a job in Portland since moving here in December of last year, and I’ve used informational interviews as one of my main job search tactics. Continue reading →

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The Heart of Portland Isn’t “Portlandia” at All

Posted on by Jessica Williams

Synchronicity is defined as “the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection.”

I believe in synchronicity, so I couldn’t help but notice when it played out yesterday… Continue reading →

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Airway Science for Kids: Seeking a Leader with a Passion for Aviation for New Executive Director Position

Posted on by Cecilia Bianco

Airway Science for Kids (ASK) is hiring an Executive Director! ASK is a nonprofit program that exposes youth, especially those who are socially and economically challenged, to activities that inspire their interest and growth toward higher learning and careers in aerospace, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Established in 1992, this innovative program teaches children ages 8-18 the principals of aviation and guides them through the process of building and flying a real airplane. The program is primarily catered towards Continue reading →

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