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If you have a passion for connecting people and making an impact on your community, this is a great opportunity for you to serve as the Internship Coordinator for Jefferson County. In many aspects, this role serves a as a matchmaker for businesses and students of all levels.

Where You Get to Live!
Jefferson County is the gateway to the Central Oregon region. Surrounded by mountains, lakes and rivers, Jefferson County is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise! Check out the sights and sounds of Madras at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=IHmTD0AYqfE.

What You Get to Do!
Primary responsibilities are to coordinate work experience opportunities for young people in Madras and Warm Springs with a specific focus on efforts to catalyze employers to create internships, apprenticeships and other meaningful short-term employment. The Internship Coordinator is responsible for the overall development, implementation, daily operation, and evaluation of the Youth Career Connect program within the school district boundaries. The Coordinator works with local business leaders to promote the program and assess employer needs for qualified internship candidates. The Coordinator also works with schools and non-profits to lead workshops and develop opportunities for young people with regards to work experience and work readiness skills. Objectives and outcomes are set through the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) by the Internship Advisory Committee made up of representatives from Better Together, COCC, EDCO, STEM Hub, members of the business community, and the Madras School District. Performance evaluations will be based upon completion of assignments and results obtained. The Coordinator reports directly to the EDCO Bend Internship Coordinator & Regional Managing Director.
• Develop business contacts and internship sites, bringing new businesses on board to host youth interns. Utilizes Chamber of Commerce and other client databases to create active lists of employers willing to mentor students and encourage internship opportunities at their place of employment.
• Work with designated school and non-profit program staff to recruit and provide individual advising to students interested in having meaningful work opportunities.
• Work with businesses to develop internships.
• Match students with companies to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.
• Support businesses to be successful at hosting student interns, including consultation around program design, position descriptions, human resources options, and other support during the internship term.
• Design and implement marketing strategies to identify, attract and involve students, employers and faculty (K-12, COCC, OSU-Cascades) in the internship program.
• Assemble and maintain files for each participating student including documentation of progress and related paperwork such as: resumes, agreement forms, assignments, and employer evaluations. Maintain database of student referrals, placements and outcomes and match them up with employer needs.
• Coordinate additional activities including: internship site visits, intern spotlights, internship fairs, and other special programming. Organize and deliver presentations related to the Program, the development of critical workplace skills and the career planning and job search process.
• Serve as a liaison between employers, the school district, non-profit partners, COCC, and OSU-Cascades regarding administrative and operating requirements of the program.
• Assist in identifying, developing and maintaining internship opportunities while also maintaining positive relationships with employers.
• Collaborate with internship advisors within schools and programs to provide high quality and academically relevant work experiences whenever possible/practicable.
• Facilitate the resolution of concerns brought forward by employers, students and/or faculty.
• Maintain automated database and web page. Prepare progress reports and semester reports concerning the Program.
• Participate in professional development activities and other outreach activities promoting internships in the community.

What You Will Need:
• Bachelor's degree in field relevant to position requirements is preferred, however a combination of relevant work experience may substitute for a Bachelor’s degree.
• Experience working with business groups, internships, placement, student development, employment recruiting, sales, or other relevant experience.
• The ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with business leaders, students, faculty, staff, and the public is paramount. This is not a work-from-home opportunity.
• While the position will have several resources for feedback and evaluation, the Coordinator must have a track record and aptitude for working autonomously and with initiative.
• A focus on detail and quality without sacrificing responsiveness in a fast-paced environment.
• Current knowledge of the job market and occupations, industry trends and area companies is a bonus initially, but is critical for long-term success.
• Public speaking to both small and large groups may be required, and general communication via phone, email, in writing, and in person is an important aspect of this role.
• Ability to organize work effectively, conceptualize and prioritize objectives and exercise independent judgment based on an understanding of organizational policies and activities is also required.
• Working knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office programs, a CRM database and other office equipment is necessary.

Economic Development of Central Oregon

Job Summary

Date Posted:

Wed Jan 08 2020

Madras, Oregon

To Apply:
For confidential consideration, please submit resume to: karen.turner@expresspros.com

How To Apply

Competitive salary & benefits

Compensation:

Internship Coordinator - Jefferson County

If you have a passion for connecting people and making an impact on your community, this is a great opportunity for you to serve as the Internship Coordinator for the Redmond community! In many aspects, this role serves a as a matchmaker for businesses and students of all levels.

Where You Get to Live!
Redmond, Oregon is located in the heart of Central Oregon! Located in the in the shadows of the Cascade Mountains and surrounded by numerous lakes and rivers, Central Oregon is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. Check out the sights and sounds of the region at: https://vimeo.com/200038114.

What You Get to Do!
Primary responsibilities are to coordinate work experience opportunities for young people in the greater Redmond area with a specific focus on efforts to catalyze employers to create internships, apprenticeships and other meaningful short-term employment. The Internship Coordinator is responsible for the overall development, implementation, daily operation, and evaluation of the Youth Career Connect program within the school district boundaries. The Coordinator works with local business leaders to promote the program and assess employer needs for qualified internship candidates. The Coordinator also works with schools and non-profits to lead workshops and develop opportunities for young people with regards to work experience and work readiness skills. Objectives and outcomes are set through the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) by the Internship Advisory Committee made up of representatives from Better Together, COCC, EDCO, OSU Cascades, members of the business community, and the Redmond School District. Performance evaluations will be based upon completion of assignments and results obtained. The Coordinator reports directly to the EDCO Bend Internship Coordinator & Regional Managing Director.
• Develop business contacts and internship sites, bringing new businesses on board to host youth interns. Utilizes Chamber of Commerce and other client databases to create active lists of employers willing to mentor students and encourage internship opportunities at their place of employment.
• Work with designated school and non-profit program staff to recruit and provide individual advising to students interested in having meaningful work opportunities.
• Work with businesses to develop internships.
• Match students with companies to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.
• Support businesses to be successful at hosting student interns, including consultation around program design, position descriptions, human resources options, and other support during the internship term.
• Design and implement marketing strategies to identify, attract and involve students, employers and faculty (K-12, COCC, OSU-Cascades) in the internship program.
• Assemble and maintain files for each participating student including documentation of progress and related paperwork such as: resumes, agreement forms, assignments, and employer evaluations. Maintain database of student referrals, placements and outcomes and match them up with employer needs.
• Coordinate additional activities including: internship site visits, intern spotlights, internship fairs, and other special programming. Organize and deliver presentations related to the Program, the development of critical workplace skills and the career planning and job search process.
• Serve as a liaison between employers, the school district, non-profit partners, COCC, and OSU-Cascades regarding administrative and operating requirements of the program.
• Assist in identifying, developing and maintaining internship opportunities while also maintaining positive relationships with employers.
• Collaborate with internship advisors within schools and programs to provide high quality and academically relevant work experiences whenever possible/practicable.
• Facilitate the resolution of concerns brought forward by employers, students and/or faculty.
• Maintain automated database and web page. Prepare progress reports and semester reports concerning the Program.
• Participate in professional development activities and other outreach activities promoting internships in the community.

What You Will Need:
• Bachelor's degree in field relevant to position requirement is preferred, however a combination of relevant work experience may substitute for a Bachelor’s degree.
• Experience working with business groups, internships, placement, student development, employment recruiting, sales, or other relevant experience.
• The ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with business leaders, students, faculty, staff, and the public is paramount. This is not a work-from-home opportunity.
• While the position will have several resources for feedback and evaluation, the Coordinator must have a track record and aptitude for working autonomously and with initiative.
• A focus on detail and quality without sacrificing responsiveness in a fast-paced environment.
• Current knowledge of the job market and occupations, industry trends and area companies is a bonus initially, but is critical for long-term success.
• Public speaking to both small and large groups may be required, and general communication via phone, email, in writing, and in person is an important aspect of this role.
• Ability to organize work effectively, conceptualize and prioritize objectives and exercise independent judgment based on an understanding of organizational policies and activities is also required.
• Working knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office programs, a CRM database and other office equipment is necessary.

Economic Development of Central Oregon

Job Summary

Date Posted:

Wed Jan 08 2020

Redmond, Oregon

For confidential consideration, please submit resume to: karen.turner@expresspros.com

How To Apply

Competitive salary & beneftis

Compensation:

Internship Coordinator - Redmond

Serve as one of two specialists in the Human Resources (HR) Department providing customer service to internal and external customers, supporting daily HR department operations, and managing recruitments for all employee classifications. Additionally, this position participates in various HR projects to support college employees and services. The position is expected to maintain confidentiality at all times and represent the Human Resource Department with a high level of professionalism, tact, and diplomacy.

Other Employment information:
This is a full-time (1.0 FTE, 40hr week) 12-month non-exempt position at grade level 16 in the Classified Appendix schedule.

Minimum Qualifications:
1. Associates Degree.
2. Minimum of two years of customer service experience in a fast-paced office environment, which involves greeting the public, responding to customer requests, answering multi-line phone systems, performing data entry, and demonstrating consistent organizational skills.


Central Oregon Community College

Job Summary

Date Posted:

Wed Jan 08 2020

Bend, OR

To view the full job description and to apply for this position use the following link: http://jobs.cocc.edu/postings/5928

How To Apply

$17.93 - $18.70/hr plus exceptional benefits

Compensation:

Human Resources Specialist

The Human Resources Department partners to deliver programs, processes and tools that solve City Operational Department's business needs in support of attracting, developing, and retaining talent. The role is responsible for coaching and advising leaders, in their respective businesses, to ensure we maintain a culture of of engagement and diverse and inclusive teams to enable high performance and extraordinary public service results. The work environment in our City is very dynamic, fast paced, with a high degree of change that is consistent with the 3rd fastest growing City in the United States.

City of Bend

Job Summary

Date Posted:

Mon Dec 02 2019

Bend, Oregon

To be considered for this position, applicants must have a complete application that includes all of the following items:
•The online application via NeoGov (access also available on City of Bend website under Human Resources/Job Openings)
•Attached formal Cover Letter (required)
•Attached formal Resume (required)
•Attached valid Credentials, Certifications and Licensing (if applicable)

Apply Here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/bend/jobs/2642727-0/human-resources-business-partner

How To Apply

$71,130 - $92,368

Compensation:

HR Business Parter

HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR
Tillamook County, Oregon
Salary: $73,212 - $92,664 plus excellent benefits
Reimbursement for relocation assistance or allowance may be negotiable

Located in the northwest portion of Oregon along the beautiful North Oregon Coast, Tillamook County covers 1,333 square miles and is home to over 25,000 residents. Tillamook County offers peaceful beaches along 75 miles of scenic coastline, four bays and five major rivers which provide an abundance of recreation, as well as majestic forested mountains. The County also offers numerous famous attractions, including the Three Capes Scenic Loop, Oswald West State Park, North Coast Food Trail, and the Oregon Coast Scenic Railway. The City of Tillamook is the county seat.

Tillamook County is governed by a three-member Board of Commissioners, operates on a 2019-2020 budget of $93,605,660, and with a workforce of approximately 275 employees represented by two bargaining units. The Human Resources Department has a 2019-2020 budget of $584,000, 3 FTE’s, and is responsible for countywide recruitment, new employee orientation, administration of employee benefit programs, salary comparisons and adjustments, union and association contracts, maintenance and retention of personnel records, and performance reviews. The department is also responsible for employee training, terminations, unemployment claims, and provides general administration of County personnel information.

Working under the direction of the Board of Commissioners, the Human Resources Director serves as the department head of the Human Resources Department and performs administrative and management duties in planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating countywide programs in areas of employee recruitment, benefits, position classification, compensation, performance evaluation, collective bargaining and labor relations, workers’ compensation, discipline and discharge, policy development and interpretation, and record keeping.

A bachelor's degree in personnel administration, business management, public administration or a related field, and 5 years of professional level human resources experience, including program management, policy development and administration, employee benefits, labor relations, and grievance arbitration, is required. 2 of the 5 years must include management and/or supervisory experience.

Tillamook County, Oregon

Job Summary

Date Posted:

Thu Nov 21 2019

Tillamook, Oregon

For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/, click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. To apply, click on "Apply Online" and follow the directions provided. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Tillamook County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Apply by December 15, 2019. Applications will be reviewed as received and interviews will be conducted prior to the apply-by date. The position is open until filled.

How To Apply

$73,212 - $92,664

Compensation:

Human Resources Director
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