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Oregon Wildlife is hiring a Development and Marketing Coordinator! Oregon Wildlife is a local Portland nonprofit that empowers the lasting conservation of fish, wildlife and citizen enjoyment of our natural resources. Why work for Oregon Wildlife?
TechniArt Inc. is hiring Retail Sales and Event Support Staff, part-time! TechniArt Inc. is a national company that works with local utilities to teach customers about energy efficiency and offer them energy-efficient products at low prices. Why work for TechniArt?
Barre3 is hiring an Analyst and Retail Logistics Coordinator! Barre3 is a workout studio “where ballet barre meets yoga and pilates” with several locations throughout Portland. Why work for Barre3?
Are you looking for a marketing or communications position? If so, set yourself apart from your job search competition by volunteering with the American Marketing Association Community Outreach Program. The American Marketing Association Community Outreach Program is seeking marketing and communications professionals to donate their skills to support local nonprofits and help make a positive […]
KOIN 6 TV is hiring an Executive Producer for AM News! KOIN 6, Portland’s CBS affiliate, is the local source for breaking news, weather, sports and traffic for Oregon and SW Washington. Why work for KOIN 6?
GeoDesign, Inc. is hiring a Project Administrator at its Portland office! GeoDesign, Inc. is a geotechnical engineering, environmental, geological, mining, and pavement consulting firm with locations in Oregon, Washington and California. Why you want to work at GeoDesign, Inc.
At DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital, the mission is to provide the best emergency and critical care for companion animals, and to support veterinary professionals and the animal-loving community. DoveLewis has been recognized by the Portland Business Journal for the eighth time as one of Oregon’s Top 10 Most Admired Nonprofits and recently achieved the Gold […]
We all know that the job market in Oregon can be rough. Since the last recession, hiring has lagged behind other growth indicators and there is fierce competition for the most desired career opportunities. But things might be getting a bit easier for Oregonians looking for a new job.
Portland’s creative and innovative women are convening at Hub Dot Portland: Connecting Through Creativity, July 16 at Jonathan Adler. Join us and experience an evening of stories, surrounding artistic projects and creativity in its many guises.
Editor’s Note: This post was reprinted with permission from Mathys+Postestio. See the original post here. Portland’s a small city. Word gets around, and you know what they say–first impressions last a lifetime. If you’re planning to move here, you want to hit the ground with your best foot forward. We asked four creative professionals what […]
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