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Northwest Association for Blind Athletes’ is seeking a Director of Development, who will be responsible for all aspects of the development program including major gifts, planned gifts, corporate sponsorship, special events, foundation relations, donor database, budgeting and supervising development staff. This position is coming at a pivotal time in the NWABA’s growth and will support […]
Workforce Southwest Washington (WSW), formerly the Southwest Washington Workforce Development Council, is seeking a manager of workforce systems. Founded in 2002, WSW is a 501(c)3 with a mission to prepare and promote a skilled and adaptive workforce for a thriving economy in Southwest Washington. The successful candidate will have strong skills in managing and coordinating […]
Oregon Catholic Press (OCP) is looking for a creative, strategic and experienced Marketing Manager to lead their team. If you have a passion for doing meaningful work, love making an impact on people’s lives and happen to be an expert in designing and executing marketing strategies that drive growth and increase market share – OCP […]
Sunshine Division is seeking a Seasonal Special Event Coordinator or Coordinators from Labor Day through early January to help out with Winter Wonderland. This position will either be one person that can carry a busy workload over 4.5 months or split into two positions for two event coordinators working in tandem. This decision will be […]
Oregon Catholic Press (OCP) is seeking an experienced Project Manager to manage key strategic projects and initiatives with the goal of delivering every project on-time, within budget, and within scope. This position will report to the Chief Financial Officer and may be assigned to projects sponsored by members of the executive leadership team, as […]
Dream Builders Alliance is seeking volunteers to mentor young adults in the Portland Metro Area. Mentoring is a fun way to get involved, make a new friend and explore the community. (Plus, it looks great on your resume.)
Northwest Pilot Project (NWPP) seeks a dynamic Executive Director to lead a small but mighty nonprofit organization. The Executive Director must have the ability to inspire and motivate the staff, Board of Directors, community leaders, donors, and funders to work effectively and collaboratively to improve the lives of low-income seniors in Multnomah County. Salary range […]
KT Production is looking for another team member for their Account Management Department. KT Production’s mission is simple: produce cost-effective mailings for business and non-profit organizations, in the most personable, professional and reliable way possible. Come join a small and friendly company make a positive impact for so many different causes though their support of […]
Now is the time to make a difference! The Cascades Region of the American Red Cross is seeking a Chief Development Officer to lead their Portland, Oregon development team. The Chief Development Officer (CDO) is an executive-level position responsible and accountable for financial development in the Cascades region of the American Red Cross.
Got the technical skills to coordinate email campaigns, create content for various platforms, and maintain a website? Looking for full-time work in a fast-paced not-for-profit with a statewide reach? Oregon Society of CPAs is a professional membership association located in Beaverton, Oregon, looking for a Digital Media Services Coordinator.
When I graduated from college, I got three copies of “Oh,The Places You’ll Go!” by Dr. Seuss as graduation gifts. Not that I don’t love Dr. Suess, but I’d mastered reading his books by the age of eight; and by college graduation, I was ready for something more practical and career-focused to help me as […]
Last December, Mac’s List surveyed the 1,789 companies, nonprofits, and government agencies that posted openings on our job board in 2015. We wanted to learn more about these organizations and their plans for 2016; specifically, whether they planned on hiring in the year ahead, the kind of jobs they would hiring for, and the skills they most needed in new […]
The Mac’s List team is excited to announce the official publication of the 2016 edition of Land Your Dream Job in Portland (and Beyond). We’ve made the Complete Mac’s List Guide even better, by adding new content and making the book available in paperback and multiple digital formats. This is the ONLY published book specifically […]
“How do I get a nonprofit job in Oregon?” This is one the the questions we get all the time at Mac’s List… and I love it! The frequency of the question shows how passionate Portlanders are about doing something special and socially-minded with their career. Here are some of the key points I like […]
You aced the application and nailed the interview. They loved you! You’ve made it to the final round of applicants, or maybe the employer has already said they want to hire you. Now, the only thing standing between you and your dream job is a simple professional reference check… Uh oh!
There’s more to Pinterest than fashion, fitness, and wedding inspiration—this growing social platform has also become a key resource for job search and career tips.
Among the most frequent questions we hear at Mac’s List come from people looking to transition from the private sector into a nonprofit career. In The Complete Mac’s List Guide: Land Your Dream Job in Portland (and Beyond), Agnes Zach, Executive Director of Willamette Valley Development Officers (WVDO) and top nonprofit executive recruiter, shares her […]
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 who are looking for a new job.
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 relocate here, you want to hit the ground with your best foot forward. We asked four creative professionals what they learned […]
Things in Portland are changing. Housing prices are on the rise, un-employment is dropping, jobs are being created, and people from out of state are moving here at a rapid pace. If you’re one of the many who are relocating to Portland, then here are some things you need to know:
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