Project Manager at Confluence

For more information about us, please visit To apply, please send cover letter and resume to with the words “Project Manager” in the subject line. Deadline to apply: Friday, March 2, 2018.

Confluence Seeks Celilo Park Project Manager

Confluence is a community-supported nonprofit that connects people to place through art and education. We work in collaboration with northwest tribes, communities and the celebrated artist Maya Lin to create reflective moments that can shape the future of the Columbia River system. We share stories of this river through six public art installations, educational programs and community engagement.

Currently, Confluence is working to complete its sixth and final art/landscape along the Columbia River system at Celilo Park near The Dalles, Oregon. This is where Celilo Falls once roared. It was a center of commerce and spiritual life for thousands of years. Celilo Falls was submerged in 1957 with the construction of The Dalles Dam. Our project goal is to develop, fabricate and install the Celilo Arc, Pavilion and other interpretive elements to revitalize Celilo Park to honor the indigenous people of the Columbia River, educate people about the rich history of Celilo Falls and strengthen the tribal presence in the public spaces along the river.

Confluence seeks a focused, energetic Project Manager to work with our small and dedicated staff to help make this project a reality. The Confluence office is located at the beautiful Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in Vancouver, Washington. This is a part-time, hourly position for 30 hours per week. Wages dependent on experience. We offer medical benefits and a 401(k) match. Confluence is an equal opportunity employer and we strongly encourage applicants of all backgrounds. Ideally, this candidate would have the experience, knowledge and understanding needed to work closely with Columbia River treaty tribes.

Job Title: Project/Site Manager

Reports To: Executive Director

Job Description: Responsible for the managing and coordinating construction of
Confluence’s final art/landscape project by Maya Lin at Celilo Park and coordinating
maintenance at Confluence sites along the Columbia River system.
Primary Responsibilities:
Celilo Park Project:
o Coordinate with and manage a team of designers, engineers and general
contractors to complete the Celilo Park project
o Oversee construction of Celilo Park project to ensure a high quality
product meeting the standards of an internationally known artist
o Coordinate permitting and land use with Federal Land Managers and
other partners
o Administer contracts for project and keep track of expenses in
collaboration with finance team
o Prepare external and internal reports relating to project status and
o Regularly review project budget and schedule
o Coordinate tribal relations and development of interpretive elements of
the project in collaboration with Tribal Liaison, Project Consultant and
Executive Director
o Schedule, attend and document meetings with staff, board, design team,
and federal and tribal partners
o Assist with grant application and documentation as needed
o Be prepared to assist Maya Lin Studio with presentation and project
o Maintain project documentation including notes, correspondence,
photographs, etc.


Site Maintenance:
o In collaboration with Executive Director, plan and manage site
maintenance and signage needs at six Confluence sites along the
Columbia River system at Cape Disappointment (Ilwaco, WA), Vancouver
Land Bridge, Sandy River Delta (Troutdale, OR), Celilo Park (near The
Dalles, OR), Sacajawea State Park (Pasco, WA) and Chief Timothy Park
(near Clarkston, WA)
o Travel to Confluence sites and communicate with site partners to assess
maintenance needs and priorities

3 Degrees- Outreach Associate – Portland, Oregon

OR- Portland – Portland, OR
Part Time
To apply, please click here.

3Degrees is a certified B Corporation with the mission to connect people with cleaner energy on a massive scale — in part by providing renewable energy opportunities to residential and commercial utility customers.

We are looking for outgoing, passionate and enthusiastic outreach associates to drive our community education and activation efforts through person-to-person tactics like door to door canvassing and event tabling. You will be a stellar verbal communicator with infectious enthusiasm who shares our vision for a sustainable world.


  • Increase awareness and participation in Pacific Power’s Blue Sky program and NW Natural’s Smart Energy program by approaching customers, delivering pitches, and discussing program benefits
  • Meet minimum enrollment rate
  • Perform community outreach through door-to-door canvassing in local neighborhoods and at events
  • Set up events displays, tents, banners, and booths
  • Complete administrative duties following each shift
  • Adhere to robust customer service and safety standards
  • Meet with the regional outreach coordinator and attend team meetings/trainings


  • Sales, event staffing, and/or canvassing experience preferred, but not required
  • Comfort approaching and talking to people
  • Ability to work 10-20 hours per week including evenings and weekends
  • Ability to carry up to 50 pounds and walk/stand up to five hours at a time in unpredictable weather conditions with reasonable accommodation
  • Access to reliable transportation, computer, personal email account, and cell phone required
  • Special consideration given to multilingual candidates

When you work for us, there’s plenty in it for you:

  • Starting at an expected $17.40 per hour, including $13.80 base wage + an estimated $3.60 in commissions
  • Rapid promotions awarded for stellar performance; top earners make $35.00 per hour or more
  • 401(k) plan with employer matching program after six months of employment
  • Paid volunteer hours
  • Paid sick leave
  • A role in a mission-driven B-Corp that is committed to a triple bottom line ethic and fostering work-life balance and professional development for its staff

3Degrees is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other category protected by law.

Career Opportunity with the Oregon Lottery – Product Marketing Coordinator

Product Marketing Coordinator

Are you a marketing or advertising professional with superb organizational skills and superior verbal and written communication skills?  Do you bring your enthusiasm to work?  If so, please consider applying for the Oregon Lottery’s Product Marketing Coordinator position.  The Oregon Lottery is a leader in the gaming industry and an important contributor of revenue for the state’s schools, parks, watershed restoration, veterans’ programs and outdoor schools. 

The Product Marketing Coordinator supports the development & administration of the strategic plans for product and program marketing. This role is the liaison between Lottery staff, procurement and external vendors to ensure a timely and agile flow of all projects through the department as well as budget reconciliations and support as needed. QUALIFICATIONS: Three years of professional level experience in marketing or advertising environment or closely related field, which included project management or coordination, planning, or budgets and contracts.  Preference in hiring will be given to those individuals who are either state or nationally certified in Project Management.

Washington County Job Opportunities 2/5


Job Title  Job Type Department Closing 

Bilingual (Spanish) Residential Counselor

Full Time Community Corrections 02/11/18

Community Health Nurse II

Full Time Health & Human Services 02/11/18

Community Health Worker II New

Full Time Health & Human Services 02/18/18

Engineering Technician I

Full Time Land Use & Transportation 02/11/18

IT – Senior Application Development & Support Analyst

Full Time Support Services 02/18/18

Jail Services Technician I New

Full Time Sheriff’s Office 02/18/18

Juvenile Counselor II New

Full Time Juvenile Services 02/18/18

Lateral Deputy (Jail and Enforcement Divisions) DPSST CERTIFIED ONLY

Full Time Sheriff’s Office Continuous

Probation and Parole Officer I or II – Bilingual Spanish/Non-Bilingual New

Full Time Community Corrections 02/18/18

Program Coordinator – Utilization Management New

Full Time Health & Human Services 02/18/18

Property Appraiser I New

Full Time Assessment & Taxation 02/18/18

Restitution Specialist New

Full Time District Attorney 02/18/18

Senior Mental Health Services Coordinator New

Full Time Health & Human Services 02/18/18

Senior Planner – Transportation Planning New

Full Time Land Use & Transportation 02/18/18

Sheriff’s Office Recruit and Lateral Deputy (Jail and Enforcement Positions)

Full Time Sheriff’s Office Continuous

Survey Supervisor New

Full Time Land Use & Transportation 02/25/18


TriMet cares about equity in purchasing and contracting. We are committed to working with State Certified Firms and encourage Minority, Women and Emerging Small Business (MWESB), Service Disabled Veteran (SDV) firms and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) to compete for our contracting opportunities.

If you’d like to know more about our DBE outreach programs, please visit

You can find the authoritative listing for procurement opportunities on our eBidding portal, eBid eXchange. If you don’t already have an account on eBid Exchange, you can set one up here.

If your firm is interested in an opportunity posted on our webpage, we’d love to hear from you. Here’s how:

  1. First, read over the opportunity description.
  2. Next, go to the eBid eXchange page for this specific solicitation here.
  3. Please review all of our solicitation documents carefully, to ensure that the opportunity is is a good fit for your firm!
  4. Follow the specific instructions on submitting your proposal.
  5. Questions?

Solicitation – Description
Number: BC180129KN
Bids Due: 2/08/2018 2:00:00 PM Pacific
Status: Open

General Information:
Number: BC180129KN
Bids Due Date/Time: 2/08/2018 2:00:00 PM Pacific

Contact Kim Neal
Tel (503) 962-4829
Fax (503) 962-2298

Solicitation Type: Invitation to Bid
Description: Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (“TriMet”) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified firms for construction services for BACKUP OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER at RUBY JUNCTION.


Event Information

Event Title: Pre-Bid Meeting
Event Date/Time: 1/22/2018 11:00:00 AM Pacific
Event Location: See Description
Event Description: A pre-bid conference will be held on January 22, 2018 beginning at 11:00 AM (local time), Ruby Junction Rail Operations Facility, 2222 NW Eleven Mile Ave, Gresham, OR 97030, North, 3rd floor. Note: There are two buildings at this location, we will be meeting at the North building which is to the left once you enter the parking lot. We will meet at the front entrance of the building before proceeding to the work area. Safety vests and boots are required. Prospective bidders are strongly encouraged to attend.

City of Portland Recycling, Composting, and Garbage Hauling RFP

The City of Portland is seeking proposals from qualified firms or contractors who have demonstrated experience in providing recycling, composting and garbage hauling services. Contractor(s) shall collect and haul recycling, composting and garbage at City of Portland owned and operated facilities. Currently there are 129 facilities across the City that are owned and operated by six City bureaus.
To submit a bid, log into BuySpeed here. If you’re not already in BuySpeed, you’ll need to register your firm Once you’re logged into BuySpeed, click “Yes” to be added to the bidder list: RECYCLING, COMPOSTING AND GARBAGE HAULING SERVICES RFP. You’ll receive an email confirming your interest. You’ll also receive future notices about the opportunity.
Contact Cate Antisdel at or (503) 823-6850 for more information.

Business Oregon Releases Five Year Strategic Plan

Business Oregon released a strategic plan that maps out priorities, strategies, and actions for the state of Oregon’s economic development agency over the next five years.

The plan identifies the most pressing economic development challenges confronting the state of Oregon, from both quantitative analysis and qualitative perspectives of stakeholders. The resulting priorities and strategies developed specifically address the shifting economic landscape, changing demographics, and unique strengths of Oregon’s industries, businesses, and entrepreneurs.

Priorities identified in the plan are:

  1. Innovate Oregon’s Economy
  2. Grow Small- and Middle-market Companies
  3. Cultivate Rural Economic Stability
  4. Advance Economic Opportunity for Underrepresented People
  5. Ensure an Inclusive, Transparent, and Fiscally Healthy Agency

To read the full report click here.

RFQ: Broadway Corridor Development Planning Advisory Services and Redevelopment of the USPS Property

Through the release of this RFQ, Prosper Portland takes a significant step forward toward the realization of an urban development project which will permanently change Portland’s downtown landscape, knit the city together, attract regional, national and international media attention, and catalyze significant private investments.

An optional informational pre-proposal meeting will be held at the office of Prosper Portland on December 6, 2017 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM. Contact Sarah Harpole if you are interested in attending.

Short-listed respondents will be invited to provide presentations in a public forum on the evening of February 27, 2018. Additional information and instructions for the public forum will be provided to the short-listed respondents in advance.
Closes: Friday, January 19, 2018, 5 PM

RFQ Prosper Portland for On Call Engineering Services

Through this Request for Qualifications (RFQ), Prosper Portland is requesting statements of qualifications for the provision of Engineering Services  to be provided on an as-needed basis. Prosper Portland may award one or more contracts from this RFQ.

Please direct all questions about this solicitation to Kristy Branson at 503-823-3688,

or Breanna Rodriquez at 503-823-3199,

Closes: Tuesday, December 19, 2017, 2 PM


Ecotrust invites American Indian community members who are either currently enrolled students, recent graduates, or have commensurate work experience to apply for the 2017-2018 Ecotrust Indigenous Fellowship opportunity.

Ecotrust holds a deep commitment to equity and diversity as core principles integral to the work we do. As we add new members across all levels of the organization, we seek diverse perspectives that will add richness to our evolving organization and networks.


During a 4 to 6-month time period, the Fellow will participate in a career development experience that aligns with one or more of Ecotrust’s program (Forestry, Food & Farms, Fisheries, Knowledge Systems) and/or functional teams (Communications, Finance/Operations, Development) based on the Fellow’s academic background and professional interests. They will have an opportunity to work with Ecotrust to catalyze a shift toward more resilient communities, economies, and ecosystems. The program will support the Fellow to participate through either a current project at Ecotrust (see examples below) or an Ecotrust-aligned project initiated by the Fellow. If you are interested in conducting an independent project, please write a brief description or project proposal and attach it with your application.

The Fellow will be supported and mentored throughout the program by an Ecotrust Program Director and the Fellowship Program Coordinator in activities such as developing a work plan, technical assistance, project-related questions and approaches, and the Fellow’s professional development and career goals.

Possible projects:

  • Green Workforce Development. The Green Workforce Collaborative (GWC), which includes Ecotrust and several community partners, identifies and develops job opportunities and career pathways in environmental fields for young Black and Native American adults in the greater Portland metropolitan area, focusing on four major industries: Deconstruction, Recycling/Waste Management, Green Infrastructure/Urban Forestry, and Food Systems. The Fellow will help liaise with the Native community, recruit participants, support curriculum design, and instruct/mentor participants.
  • The Redd, an initiative of Ecotrust, is a working hub for the regional food system to create a different kind of food economy. The Redd supports five anchor tenants who operate out of each space in the building (3 production kitchens, one office, a warehouse with frozen and cold storage and a co-working office upstairs). Each anchor tenant subleases out to 80+ subtenants who use the space in various forms (from storage to production to office and distribution). The Fellow would gather, track and report data from The Redd that revolves around job creation, environmental stewardship, human health, and equitable food access and work with Redd Operations Manager to formalize a Redd Metrics Reporting structure and system to implement on a regular basis.
  • Alaska Native app development. In partnership with the Hoonah Native Forest Partnership in SE Alaska, Ecotrust developed a mobile web-based tool for communication, collaboration, and interaction between landowners/managers and the community of Hoonah to collaborate on decisions about land and watershed management. The Fellow would serve as a community liaison to build the tool’s user base. The liaison will champion the tool and promote its use while providing critical feedback for iterating and improving it.
  • Fisheries Program Development in Alaska. Ecotrust is currently in the process of revitalizing both its fisheries program and Alaska-focused efforts with the hiring of a new Fisheries Program Director based in Anchorage. The Fellow would work hand-in-hand with the Fisheries Program Director to assess the landscape and develop partnerships with fishing organizations, Tribes, scientists, fishery managers and other stakeholders who can help inform the direction of the program. Areas for consideration include ownership/access to fisheries, climate change and fisheries, innovative seafood marketing opportunities (i.e. food hubs and community supported fisheries), underutilized or abandoned fishing gear, and seafood processing infrastructure.
  • Tribal Forestry: Local and Regional Economic and Workforce Development. Ecotrust’s Forests & Ecosystem Service’s team is working in partnership with the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community to begin ecological forest management in diverse forest conditions across the Swinomish Reservation. Potential Fellow activities could be tailored based on experience and interest to include, for example: scoping of a program to meet local firewood needs entirely for Swinomish forestland; participation in planning, outreach, and engagement for FireWise community activities; exploration of the potential for apprenticeship and work-study options to train and recruit the next generation of tribal forest stewards; or field-based involvement in forest operations, inventory, and monitoring activities. A broader project in collaboration with the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians and Intertribal Timber Council is also an option researching the needs and opportunities for regional workforce development in tribal natural resource management.

How To Apply:

Complete an Ecotrust Employment Application form (available above as a PDF or Word DOC) and forward with a cover letter (1 page maximum) and resume to:  with this position’s title in the subject line by close of business on the day of the application deadline listed above. Your cover letter should clearly explain how your skills, experience, and interests fit this position.

Additional Information:

The base salary for the Fellowship is contingent on the duration of the project, however salary range will be between $3,000 and $3,500 per month. Travel funds up to $3,000 will be provided for the Fellow’s professional development, such as conferences and meetings or other events and trainings related to specific project work and/or subject matter.

This is a full-time position. Ecotrust offers a full benefits package including medical and dental insurance, retirement plan, life insurance, and disability coverage.