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If you’re a great collaborator, enjoy a high-energy environment, and believe in your ability to change the world one person and family at a time, we invite you to browse our current job openings. To apply for a position complete an IRCO application and submitting it with a resume and cover letter. In some positions you may need to follow alternative submitting instructions which would be listed in the job posting. Due to the high volume of applicants and varying timelines for filling positions, we will not be able to return calls inquiring about the status of an application. IRCO is an equal opportunity employer – we don’t discriminate based on race, national origin, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristics protected by law. We will make reasonable accommodations to meet our obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and state disability laws. Please contact the email listed to request an accommodation. Job openings that are no longer posted on this page are no longer accepting applications.
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Do you want to meet and introduce yourself to IRCO's Human Resources Manager, Mark Kajitani? Please stop by and visit IRCO's table at the Portland State University - All Majors Career Fair on October 28th, 2014. He will be there at the career fair between 11:00am - 3:00pm. You can also meet him at Portland State University - Non-Profit Career Fair on November 6th, 2014. He will be there between 11:00am - 3:00pm. For more information visit: http://www.pdx.edu/advising-career-services/career-fairs
Asian and Pacific Islander Academic Advocate
The Asian and Pacific Islander Academic Advocate will work with IRCO's youth staff, SUN site coordinators, and staff from various schools to engage students and their families in their school environments in a positive and culturally appropriate way. This position is responsible for providing academic advising to 25-30 fourth to ninth grade youth and after-school academic group activites up to 4 times per week. Academic Advising includes: regular goal setting around academics and school attendance, engaging students in academic programming after-school and in the summer, regularly communicating with school staff and parents around student progress and challenges, regular bilingual/bicultural school to home and home to school communication. In addition, this staff position will conduct quarterly parent group activities during the school year and summer. Also, this staff position is expected to use creative and culturally appropriate approaches with students and families when designing and implementing program activites, build postitive relations with familes, school staff and IRCO colleagues, and work closely with Program Coordinator to meet program goals and objectives. Posted 10/17/2014
The position is from October 6, 2014 to December 11, 2014, with additional training required prior to start date. This position runs for 9 weeks of programming from 2:15pm - 4:45pm. Monday through Thursday -actual number of days depends on the position. This position does not work school holidays or school closure days. This opening is for an instructor for Basketball, Soccer and Theater. Tasks and responsibilities:
- Plan and implement age-specific after school enrichment class for Kindergarten to 8th grade students based on agreed-upon topics. Age range will vary depending on class.
- Implement classroom and student management strategies that encourage a respectful and positive environment.
- Set-up and clean-up room and communicate directly with SUN Site Manager and Jason Lee.K-8 staff regarding facility use.
- Act as a positive role model to youth. Enforce SUN behavioral expectations, and follow through with proper student behavior management. Communicate any student concerns to Extended-Day Coordinator in a timely manner.
- Develop positive relationships and communicate in a professional and friendly manner with students, families and school staff.
- Complete tasks associated with administering a large after school program that could include recording attendance, assisting with serving supper and general student supervision during class transition times and arrival/dismissal.
- Employees are expected to provide whatever assistance is needed so that both the agency mission and individual success will be achieved. Posted 09/24/2014
Bhutanese Academic Advocate
The Bhutanese Academic Advocate will work with IRCO's youth staff, SUN site coordinators, and staff from various schools to engage students and their families in their school environments in a positive and culturally appropriate way. This position is responsible for providing academic advising for up to twenty 6th - 8th grade youth and after-school academic group activities up to 4 times per week. Academic Advising includes: regular goal setting regarding academics and school attendance, engaging students in academic programming after-school and in the summer. Also providing regular communication with school staff and parents regarding student progress, challenges and regular bilingual/bicultural school to home and home to school communication. In addition, provide quarterly parent group activities during the school year and summer while providing creative and culturally appropriate approaches with students and families when designing and implementing program activities. Similarly, build positive relationships with families, school staff and IRCO colleagues, and work closely with Program Coordinator to meet program goals and objectives Posted 09/17/2014
After-School Academic and Activity Instructor
The IRCO After-School Academic and Activity Instructor will lead activities/classes for students during IRCO after-school groups for students in 4th-8th grade. Activities and classes include academic instruction such as ESL, reading, writing and math. The Instructor will work directly with 10-15 students per class, assist in the development of class curriculum, facilitate groups, write student evaluations in the program and keep accurate client information. Posted 09/17/2014
The Support Specialist provides professional, clerical and project support for the International Language Bank (ILB) Department, particularly Interpretation Services including data entries, schedules, confirm appointments, prepare monthly payrolls and invoices, and recruitments. Assists the ILB manager to develop standards and ensures the highest quality of finished work. Provides administrative/clerical support to our office staff and customers. The Support Specialist will be a customer service oriented person who develops and fosters positive relationships with clients and interpreters alike. The Support Specialist works in a fast-paced, multicultural environment, and advances IRCO’s mission in the community. Posted 09/12/2014
Access & SQL Database Programmer
The Database Programmer position provides support to staff on all organization supported Microsoft Access Databases. IRCO currently operates Access 2013 and Access 2003. This position is mainly responsible for troubleshooting and resolving any database problems as they arise and implementing IRCO’s IT goals and objectives to upgrade to a standard version of Access. This position will work with each department running Access databases to fix or patch any current database issues and to upgrade any 2003 databases or rebuild them to run correctly on Access 2013. This position will plan to eventually merge all databases into a companywide SQL database so all departments can use collected data efficiently. Afterwards they will maintain the new SQL database once launched. Posted 08/21/2014
DHS Domestic Violence Specialist
This is a State of Oregon Department of Human Services-funded Domestic Violence Specialist position that will be co-located in some local DHS Child Welfare and Self Sufficiency branch offices in Multnomah County. This position will be primarily stationed at DHS offices. The position is responsible for advocacy services, including short-term crisis intervention, safety planning, and conducts risk assessment and provide information and referrals. Posted 07/29/2014
Tutor / Math Tutor
Upward Bound Tutors provide after school academic assistance to students at David Douglas High School. Upward Bound is a federal education program to help students develop the skills and motivation to graduate from high school and succeed in postsecondary education. Tutors will assist Upward Bound participants in completing homework, understanding course content, and reaching their academic goals. Posted 10/20/2014
Vietnamese Family Engagement Specialist
The Family Engagement Specialist will work with IRCO's FACES staff, SUN site coordinators, and other IRCO youth department staff, as well as staff from Woodmere, Whitman and Kelly schools to engage families in their school environments in a positive and culturally appropriate way. This staff is responsible for providing regular bilingual/bicultural school to home and home to school communication, conducting regular parent group activities during the school and year and summer, and identifying families who would like to participate in in-home tutoring with IRCO volunteers, and working closely with staff to oversee the volunteer placement of in-home tutors. Posted 07/21/2014
We are currently seeking independent contractors for interpretation services (consecutive/simultaneous/sighting) in the Portland, Oregon area. Independent contractors work independently and are offered a variable amount of interpretation assignments depending on IRCO’s demand. In performing the services, the person/company would be engaged as an independent contractor, and it is understood and agreed that the contractor, not IRCO, will be responsible for any federal and state taxes applicable to this payment. It is further understood that, as an independent contractor, he/she will not be eligible for the benefits of Federal Social Security or Workers Compensation. The independent contractor named above is not employed by IRCO.