Series of forums to solicit community input for a $20 million investment in N/NE Portland concludeRead More…
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Finally, the Portland Housing Bureau does our work as part of the public sector. PHB strives to excel in transparency and accountability. The Engagement and Policy Coordinator will have an understanding of governance processes and a healthy respect for and humility about the role of government in facilitating the needs of the community.
Go to the City's website to apply, closes September 8.
McKenzie River Gathering (MRG) Foundation is looking for a dynamic and collaborative Major Gifts Director to lead and grow MRG's major donor program. The ideal candidate has a strong background in fundraising, is passionate about the power of social justice philanthropy, and is excited to significantly expand a diverse base of major donors who invest in MRG's work.
If this sounds like you (or someone you know), the full job description and instructions on how to apply can be found here. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. For best consideration, apply by Friday, August 1st.
Go to this page or click the tab to learn more about the $20 million financing initiative in North/Northeast Portland over the next five years. The effort is focused in the Interstate Corridor Urban Renewal Area in response to the community’s well documented need for affordable housing and other investments in neighborhoods most impacted by displacement.
Northwest Pilot Project has a job opening for a Housing Specialist. They are seeking an energetic, compassionate, professional individual with a minimum of one year’s experience working directly with homeless, elderly, disabled, substance-addicted, or mentally ill adults. Knowledge of low cost housing options and bilingual Spanish/English preferred.
Please see the job announcement for details on the position and how to apply.
Deadline for submissions is July 25, 2014
Commissioner Saltzman and the Portland Housing Bureau would like to welcome the new members of the Portland Housing Advisory Commission. “The mission of the PHAC is to advise the Director of the Portland Housing Bureau (PHB), the Housing Commissioner, and the Portland City Council on housing and homelessness policy, strategy, and resource issues, promote improvements within the Portland Housing Bureau and the larger housing system, highlight opportunities for influence between the City housing system and other systems, as well as provide a forum for public input on housing and homelessness issues.”
Current PHAC members are:
Amy Anderson - New Member
Bill Gentile - New Member
Dike Dame - New Member
Jean DeMaster - New Member
Tom Brenneke - New Member
Wayne Miya - New Member
We deeply appreciate the willingness of these volunteers to serve. PHAC welcomes the public to attend meetings, give testimony, or submit feedback. PHAC’s meeting schedule, agendas, minutes, and other materials are available at http://www.portlandoregon.gov/phb/53513. PHAC members serve up to two 2 year terms. PHAC has an additional opening and we look forward in the coming year to engaging with communities that PHB strives to better serve, engage with their leaders, and identify people who can represent those communities on PHAC in the near future.
Traci Manning, Director
Portland Housing Bureau