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Associate Director of Philanthropy - Oregon

Trust for Public Land

Date posted: October 2, 2023

Location:        Portland or Bend preferred; other Oregon locations considered

Department:   Philanthropy                                                              

Supervisor:      Northwest Director of Philanthropy                                                 

Grade:             11

Status:             Exempt                                                           

FTE:                 1


Trust for Public Land’s vision is that everyone in America should have close-to-home access to the benefits of nature. We believe quality parks and natural spaces are a fundamental requirement for sustaining healthy, equitable communities that are resilient and prepared for change. 2023 marks Trust for Public Land’s fifth decade, and we have much to celebrate and even more promising work to pursue. Join us and help us connect everyone to the outdoors. Help us grow our philanthropic partnerships to ensure healthy, livable communities for all for generations to come. 



Position Summary:

 The Oregon Associate Director of Philanthropy (ADoP) is an integral member of the Northwest Philanthropy Team, providing direct impact on the annual operating and programmatic needs primarily focused on Oregon. This position is principally focused on individual donors and prospects, but the mixed portfolio also includes foundation and corporate donors.

The Oregon ADoP is an entrepreneurial and results-oriented individual who thrives in a fast-paced, results-oriented office. The position will manage independent and collaborative projects that support the creation, protection, and enhancement of parks, trails, and public lands. The ADoP is adept in working with leadership throughout an organization, and will work closely with colleagues across multiple geographies, different departments, volunteers, and with the Northwest program team.

Responsibilities for the position include:


70%    Relationship Manager: Realize annual metrics toward philanthropy goals for the Northwest and support overall goals of the organization. Manage a portfolio of prospective and current donors, fostering and growing a culture of philanthropic engagement with Trust for Public Land. Focus includes the following:  donor identification, strategy development, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.  Conduct donor visits, make direct solicitations and close gifts.  Write solicitation letters and proposals.  Track and meet deadlines and keep donor records up to date.  Coordinate and implement donor field trips, events, and recognition.


15%    Management of Prospect Pipeline: Work with organizational and regional resources and team members to identify, qualify and track new prospective donors. Those teams may include Planned Giving, Prospect Research, Conservation Champions, and other Directors of Philanthropy and ADoPs. In collaboration with the Northwest Philanthropy team, manage outreach both internal and external, to advance connections with prospects and cultivate those prospects using researched strategies and methods.


10%     Communications, Donor Relations, and Events: Plan and implement regular communications to donors. Serve as philanthropy lead in strategy and execution of Northwest fundraising events. This includes managing and directing volunteers, committees, activities, staff engagement and vendors to ensure that events achieve fundraising, cultivation, and stewardship goals.


5%       Other: Other duties assigned.





The Associate Director of Philanthropy is expected to:

·         Carry a balanced portfolio of approximately 100 prospects with the capacity to make gifts between $10,000 and $100,000+ and effectively move them through four stages (qualification, cultivation, solicitation, stewardship).

·         Make at least 120 visits (aspire to 160 visits) with donors and prospects, annually.

·         Contribute to Philanthropy’s overall success by assuring budget and goals are met or exceeded. 

·         Develop and implement annual and long-range work plans in coordination with the Pacific Region Director of Philanthropy.

·         Work in close collaboration with program staff to cultivate relationships and develop philanthropic partnerships that support delivery of strategic priorities.

·         Contribute to and implement annual and long-range strategic plans for the Northwest.



·      Minimum of five years of fundraising experience with major gift solicitations ($10,000+).

·      Ability to write and edit persuasive materials, including grant proposals, reports, letters of inquiry, interim reports, stewardship materials, and program/project summaries.

·      Experience interacting with individual donors and fundraising volunteers.

·      Demonstrated ability to function effectively as a member of a team, ensuring close coordination with colleagues.

·      Demonstrated ability to accept and apply feedback.

·      Self-motivated; able to multi-task with attention to detail and deadlines; can perform successfully without regular supervision.

·      Excellent oral and written communication skills, along with organizational skills.

·      Computer proficiency with various Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

·      Knowledge of and experience with Oregon’s philanthropic community preferred.

·      Ensures ethical compliance with fundraising best practices, as defined by the Association for Fundraising Professionals.

·      High integrity and commitment to excellence.

·      Interest in and commitment to Trust for Public Land’s mission.

·      Commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

·      Willingness to work flexible hours.

·      Willingness to travel within the Northwest.

·      Proficiency with databases or donor management software is preferred.


Other Information


As a full-time exempt employee, you will be eligible for TPL’s comprehensive benefits program which includes medical, dental, and vision insurance, three weeks of vacation annually. 10+ holidays, personal and community service days, paid winter break and a 403(b) retirement plan, currently with an up to 7% company match.  The salary range for this role is $75,000 - $85,000 and offers are commensurate with experience.


Trust for Public Land is committed to cultivating a diverse staff that is representative of the communities in which we live and work.  Applications from individuals having diverse backgrounds and life experiences are strongly encouraged.  We are open to the possibility that a great candidate for this job may not precisely meet all of the above criteria; if you believe you are the right person for this job and can persuasively make that case, we encourage you to apply.


Marion Polk Food Share
Posted: September 20, 2023

This position is Open Until Filled. 


Marion Polk Food Share is seeking a full-time Grants Manager to join our team of passionate, caring and dedicated staff who support the Food Share’s mission: to bring people together to end hunger and its root causes.


The primary focus of the Grants Manager is to develop relationships with private, corporate and government grant funders to deepen their engagement with Marion Polk Food Share and to identify funding opportunities that align with the shared values of grant funders and the Food Share. 


We are looking for a candidate who has excellent writing and communication skills, is highly-organized with attention to detail, and has strong relationship-building skills.


Your responsibilities as the Grants Manager will include:

  • Developing individual cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies for existing foundation and government funders, including meetings, site visits, personalized correspondence, engagement opportunities and dynamic impact reporting.
  • Researching potential new grant funders and developing strategies for cultivating and soliciting these entities. 
  • Maintaining a portfolio of foundation funders and helping to meet annual grant revenue targets.
  • Working with Director of  Major Gifts, VP, President and stakeholders in Programs and Operations to identify priority-based initiatives and programs in need of funding. 
  • Preparing and overseeing all grant proposals. Maintaining up to date verbiage, budgets, and grant proposal materials.
  • Helping the Food Share meet annual grant revenue targets for funding priorities. 
  • Collaborating with the Director of Major Gifts and organizational stakeholders in the funding plans and funding tracking for each initiative, project and program.
  • Staying abreast on updates and priority shifts with foundation and government funders. Communicating regularly regarding foundation trends and other organizations that have received foundation funding.
  • Participating in grant network to stay up to date on best practices and philanthropy news. Serving as the eyes and ears for the Food Share regarding the foundation community.
  • Communicating current progress in the Food Share’s grant strategies. Tracking all grant proposal, spending and reporting deadlines and communicating to stakeholders regularly. 
  • Maintaining a working knowledge of all active grants and keeping internal grant information and communications up to date. 
  • Partnering with the Finance team and organizational stakeholders to ensure the careful stewardship of grant funds.
  • Working collaboratively with members of the development team to support other development activities and achieve team goals.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.

About Marion Polk Food Share

We are the regional food bank bringing people together to end hunger and its root causes in Marion and Polk Counties. Support from our local community makes it possible for the Food Share to collect and distribute nutritious food for children, adults, and seniors through more than 100 partner programs, including food pantries, meal sites and home-delivered meals and to carry out programs to address the root causes of hunger.


At the Food Share, our commitment is to:

  • Treat all people as our neighbor.
  • Encourage creativity and be willing to take risks.
  • Listen first and seek to understand.
  • Focus on shared goals.
  • Celebrate diversity, ensure dignity, and act equitably.


Job Conditions:

Work may be performed at a workstation while using a telephone and sitting at a computer screen for extended periods and at other venues in the community. May occasionally lift, move, and carry objects more than 30 pounds. Work is subject to varying indoor and outdoor temperatures and road and walkway surface in all seasons. May work or travel out of the local area and work outside normal working hours, such as evenings and weekends on occasion. Work in excess of 40 hours per week during peak business periods may occasionally be required.


More on Compensation:

The Food Share provides all employees with the following benefits:

  • Competitive pay
  • 12 paid holidays each year
  • Earned vacation and sick leave
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • 401K retirement contributions

The employee in this regular, full-time position is also eligible to receive a comprehensive benefits package that includes:

  • Contributions towards Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance for employee and dependents
  • Employer paid Disability, Life Insurance, and AD&D Insurance


This job description does not list all the duties of the job. You may be asked to perform other duties. You will be evaluated in part based upon your performance of the tasks listed in this job description. The Food Share has the right to revise this job description at any time. The job description is not a contract for employment.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and physical demand satisfactorily with or without a reasonable accommodation. EOE.


 All candidates will need: 

  • Strong professional research, writing and communication skills. Grant writing experience preferred.
  • Strong project management and time management skills; highly organized and detail oriented.
  • Ability to analyze and compile technical, financial, and statistical information and to prepare reports and correspondence.
  • Ability to interpret laws, regulations, and requirements regarding grant writing.
  • Proven ability to work effectively with a diverse group of external and internal persons to achieve results.
  • Ability to think and problem-solve creatively.
  • Excellent customer service and follow-through skills.
  • Willingness to review and agree to Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Code of Ethical Standards.
  • An Oregon driver’s license and acceptable driving history for the last three years.
  • Ability to pass pre-employment drug screen (excluding THC) and full background check.

The strongest candidates for this position will have:

  • Five years of relevant work experience in development, communications or journalism or three years of work experience in one of these fields plus a Bachelor’s degree.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and experience with using computer databases and tools.
  • Experience identifying and safeguarding confidential information and materials.
  • Experience working in a nonprofit environment.
  • Care and concern about food-insecurity in our community and a desire to make a difference.


This position requires some onsite work hours, however remote work options may be available for some of this position’s schedule. All remote work assignments begin, end, or change only with supervisory approval.


The Food Share provides essential services to our neighbors in Marion and Polk counties. As a result, all Food Share employees may be asked to report to work during local public health, weather, or other environmental emergencies.

Salary Description

$52,020 – $61,193/ year



Catholic Charities of Oregon
Posted: September 15, 2023



Through the principles of Catholic Social Teaching, Catholic Charities of Oregon achieves lasting solutions to poverty and injustice by partnering with clients to meet their economic and educational goals, and to support their physical and social well-being. Catholic Charities is the official domestic relief agency of the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon.


The Senior Director of Development will serve as a key front-line fundraiser, specifically with individual major donors, and will lead efforts to build and oversee a strong major donor plan, a major donor stewardship program, and other donor engagement activities with a keen focus on sustained fundraising. This role will approach fundraising with an entrepreneurial spirit, focused primarily on developing financial support for specific programmatic priorities, and unrestricted use. As a member of Catholic Charities’ Fund Development team, the Senior Director of Development will also provide strategic and tactical support on a variety of other projects and initiatives including, but not limited to, special events, campaigns, and donor reporting. 


    • Generate new ideas that increase revenue and donor loyalty.
    • Partner with the Chief Development Officer (CDO) to create a comprehensive entrepreneurial strategy to expand individual donor philanthropic and external support of Catholic Charities’ mission.
    • Manage a portfolio of up to 100 individual major donors and prospects, developing tailored, individual strategies to enhance relationships that will lead to deepened connections to Catholic Charities’ mission.
    • Manage a portfolio of up to 100 individual major donors and prospects, developing tailored, individual strategies to enhance relationships that will lead to deepened connections to Catholic Charities’ mission.
    • Working with the CDO and Executive Director (ED) to create and lead the individual major giving program, cultivating relationships with existing donors, as well as identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding new individual donors.
    • Serve as a thought-partner and strategist and play a key role in shaping our growth trajectory with a multi-year development strategy that will grow CCO’s financial resources and visibility as needed to define key goals, benchmarks, and opportunities.
    • Establish and direct a major gifts program that includes fundraising efforts that will support a series of capital, deferred giving, and programmatic initiatives.
    • Work with program directors to identify, prioritize, and develop special gift opportunities that are compelling to individual donors.
    • Support the fundraising efforts of the CDO and ED in securing new and renewed gifts.
    • With the Chief Development Officer, create and manage organizational budget; track and report on progress to goal to CDO, ED, and Chief Financial Administrative Officer (CFAO) including contracts, gifts, and pledges.
    • Oversee and utilize research on donors and local industry trends with a goal of identifying strategies for increasing support and uncovering viable prospects (e.g. DonorSearch, Association of Fundraising Professionals, etc.).
    • Work with CDO to lead tactical strategy for the development team according to the Fund Development team’s strategic plan.
    • Ensure continued discovery of prospective new donors – both individuals and foundations – and adeptly evaluate opportunities to deepen relationships with the existing donors.
    • Manage the Development budget in partnership with Development Leadership.
    • Lead and manage donor relations team to work toward increasing funds over time.
    • Partner with Development Leadership to review giving trends, new donors, etc.
    • Collaborate with CDO and Communications Director to examine effectiveness of communication strategies.
    • Serve as a visible, articulate spokesperson for the Development team and the organization.
    • Prepare monthly progress reports in relation to budget and donor cultivation goals.
    • Maintain detailed, accurate systems and files.
    • Effectively support, coach, and manage assigned staff.
    • Provide supervision and conduct performance reviews for all assigned staff. Establish work plans and priorities for all assigned staff, performance management, and take corrective action as needed. Identify, provide, and track professional development and training needs for all assigned staff. Schedule and maintain regular supervision check-ins with all assigned staff.
    • Determine staffing requirements, recruit, hire, and train all assigned staff in collaboration with Human Resources and ensure that all assigned staff are adequately trained.
    • Participate in trainings and meetings as requested by Supervisor.
    • Adherence to Catholic Charities policies and procedures.
    • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. 


    ·       Bachelor’s degree in human services or equivalent lived and/or worked experience required.

    ·       A minimum of 10 years of major gift and/or planned giving fundraising experience with individuals, required.

    ·       Outstanding leadership skills with 2-3 years supervisory experience showing progression (Preferred).

    ·       At least two years’ experience managing social service-related programs, including experience with staff supervision, program development, and budget management.

    ·       Demonstrated success in soliciting and closing six and seven figure gifts from a variety of audiences including major donors/high net-worth individuals, corporate giving organizations, and donor advised funds.

    ·       Demonstrated ability to motivate and work effectively with senior leadership, board members, colleagues, donors, and volunteers.

    ·       Sustained successful leadership achieving fundraising goals in an executive role in a nonprofit organization.

    ·       Demonstrated direct experience managing and cultivating relationships with major donors and successfully soliciting/securing major sources of funding for a non-profit organization.

    ·       Familiarity with Portland philanthropic community and recent individual funding trends and motivations is strongly desired.

    ·       Ability to communicate concisely and effectively, both verbally and in writing in Spanish and

    English preferred but not required.

    ·       Must be comfortable working often outside of the office, while working collaboratively with a team.

    ·       Able to plan and manage strategically, setting priorities and focusing on details, while not losing sight of the big picture.

    ·       Ability to effectively work with standard office programs including Word, Excel, Outlook, Microsoft Teams and PowerPoint. Salesforce experience preferred.

    ·       Demonstrate judgment and discretion in dealing with confidential matters.

    ·       Commitment to Catholic Charities mission to work in partnership with vulnerable populations to achieve lasting solutions to poverty and injustice.

    ·       Must be able to organize and prioritize work, be proactive, take initiative, follow through, and simultaneously manage multiple priorities to ensure goals are met in a timely manner. High attention to detail required.

    ·       Excellent written and oral communication skills.

    ·       Willingness to learn new skills and take on new responsibilities.

    ·       Strong analytical and strategic problem-solving skills.

    ·       Ability to work well in team setting, as well as independently; be flexible and adapt well to different dynamics in a fast-paced work environment.

    ·       Ability to work a flexible schedule, which could include some evenings and weekends.

    ·       Travel in Portland/Metro area required. Must have driver’s license, access to vehicle and ability to obtain automobile insurance at levels required by agency (100/300/100).

    ·       Satisfactory results from criminal, civil and/or motor vehicle background check required.


    Catholic Charities of Oregon requires all employees to confirm they are fully vaccinated, or in the process of receiving the COVID-19 vaccination. Employees can submit the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) request for exception form for medical or religious accommodation. COVID-19 testing in lieu of being vaccinated or having an approved medical or religious exception is not an option. 


    Compensation is commensurate with skills and experience. Competitive benefits package, including: 100% employer paid health insurance (employee portion), disability, life insurance, paid time off, 13 paid holidays, retirement plan, free parking and more.

    TO APPLY: Submit your application, resume and cover letter at 



    YWCA of Greater Portland
    Posted: September 11, 2023

    Applications to: - Include job title in the subject line.

    Position Overview

    Are you a bold, courageous, community-centric fundraiser? Are you eager to create authentic appeals that engage our diverse community? YWCA seeks a bold and innovative Annual Fund Manager for our growing Development Team. In this position, you will manage YWCA’s annual giving efforts including effective donor stewardship, increasing donor engagement, and developing a robust donor pipeline. With courage and commitment, the Annual Fund Manager will be on a mission to raise the critical funds necessary to meet our community’s evolving needs.



    YWCA is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. For more than 120 years, YWCA of Greater Portland has invested in our community, supported survivors, and advocated for the most vulnerable among us: women, children, seniors, the unhoused, and the incarcerated. As one of 200 Associations nationwide, we are proud members of YWCA USA, one of the oldest and largest women's organizations in the nation.


    Department: Development

    Reports To: Director of Development

    Status: Full time / Salary, Exempt

    Wage Range: 65,000 – 72,000


    Application Process

    Posting is active until September 22, 2023 with interviews conducted in early October.

    Please submit a complete application, which includes:

    • Cover letter that highlights what inspires you about our mission, and how your personal and/or professional experience will strengthen YWCA and support our growing Development team.
    • Resume
    • 3 to 5 References

    Only complete applications will be considered.

    Applications to: - Include job title in the subject line.


    Key responsibilities


    Dynamic and Inspired Donor Engagement

    ·      Partner with the Development Director to build YWCA’s capacity to create compelling stewardship opportunities for the Annual Giving program.

    ·      Inspire a wide range of committed donors and corporate partners through print, in-person, and virtual contact and the coordination of meaningful cultivation opportunities that recognize and celebrate the gifts of each donor at every level.

    ·      Develop bold and personable cultivation strategies that strengthen the donor’s commitment and connection to YWCA’s mission, values, and programs.

    ·      Create strategies to keep donors energized by their connection to YWCA reflected in increasing rates of renewal and pledge fulfillment.

    ·      Develop, calendar, and implement a comprehensive plan for all annual fund solicitations for the calendar year, making appropriate adjustments as necessary to respond to changes and opportunities throughout the year.

    ·      Manage all logistics related to annual giving appeals; lead planning activities, develop mailing lists, prepare mailings, and lead the strategy and day-to-day workplan for the annual giving program.

    ·      Collaborate with Communications Manager to creatively inform the design and content of all direct mail, electronic, and social media solicitations.

    ·      Implement multi-channel (mail, phone, email, social media) mass solicitation strategy to increase giving and engagement and meet annual giving goal.

    ·      Deploy appropriate cultivation and stewardship tools and assist with cultivation and stewardship events.

    Meaningful People & Program Management

    ·      Describe the opportunities, impacts, and what it really takes to effectively manage a robust, community-centric annual fundraising campaign.

    ·      Support, train, and mentor program staff including coordination with their supervisors on donor stewardship and community-centric fundraising best practices; facilitate cross-departmental efforts and relationships; strengthen team culture.

    ·      Identify budget priorities; maintain budget and monitor program revenue and expenditures and adjust program activities as needed.

    ·      Design effective program benchmarks and evaluations, as well as the policies and procedures needed to effectively manage an evolving program.

    ·      Conduct assessments in collaboration with the Data and Compliance Manager of donor demographics, engagement, and feedback to improve engagement opportunities, effectiveness, and relevancy.

    ·      Coordinate the completion of data entry, filing, and gift acceptance tasks in a timely manner.

    ·      Participate in the department’s creation of annual work plan in accordance with strategic priorities and budgetary requirements in a collaborative and transparent process that engages the whole team.

    Participatory Teamwork & Responsible

    • Engage consistently in anti-racism practices and approaches with internal and external work based on a deep understanding of historical and present-day structural racism.
    • Engage the generosity of the whole community with community-centric fundraising tied to the mission and values of YWCA and infuse a culture of philanthropy across the organization.

    ·      Work with development and finance teams to produce reports for funders, donors, and YWCA Board of Directors.

    • Maintain all required training and certification plus 12 hours of YWCA Social Justice Training annually.

    ·      Help set strategic priorities and agency-wide policies as a member of the Leadership Team.

    • Represent the program and YWCA in the community, with community partners and other collaborators.
    • Uphold YWCA of Greater Portland’s mission, vision, and values by acting with integrity, accountability, and responsibility toward community-based projects, fellow employees, volunteers, donors, and everyone the organization engages with.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.


    The Ideal Candidate

          Commits to eliminating racism and empowering women, strives for equity in all aspects of their work, and has a strong understanding of trauma-informed principles and practices.

          Communicates clearly, consistently, and kindly with agency partners, and colleagues, and responds in a timely, compassionate, and appropriate way to multiple partners.

          Manages a complicated and frequently deadline-driven work environment with consistent and effective self-care strategies and techniques.

          Advocates for social justice, including furthering the rights, protections, access to safety, and empowerment of historically oppressed, under-represented, and/or marginalized communities.

          Regulates personal emotions and practices self-care while enduring moderate amounts of stress and vicarious trauma.

          Brings an intersectional lens to the work that focuses on lived experience, resiliency, and opportunities for calling in and deeper learning.


    Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

          Required: 40-Hour Domestic Violence Certification (provided upon hire). 

          Minimum of 4 years of progressive experience in relevant fundraising and development positions through any combination of education, employment or other relevant experience.

          Ability to effectively present information using brand guidelines, clearly and succinctly make a case for support, and write in a style appropriate to the audience and format.

          Ability to communicate effectively and diplomatically with current and prospective donors and volunteers, partner agencies, multicultural clients and colleagues on all levels.

          Keen attention to detail and quality; ability to edit and proof proposals and other fundraising documents.

          Experience using a data management platform or program such as Blackbaud, Bloomerang, Little Green Light, Salesforce (Bloomerang preferred).

          Experience making data-informed decisions pulling from an organization’s data management platform as well as industry best-practices.

          Experience developing and implementing successful fund development plans that result in increased donor engagement and revenue.

          Ability to work independently and be self-motivated.

          Ability to organize, prioritize and complete multiple and varied tasks.

          Desire to actively participate in self-reflection, continued education, and professional development.

          Ability to build rapport with people from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds; consistently treat others with respect and dignity.

          Ability and willingness to work as a team member and support the mission and goals of YWCA of Greater Portland.

          Bilingual and cross-cultural knowledge, experience, and skills a plus.


    Job Conditions

          Primarily remote position in Portland Metro Region that requires in-person meetings with colleagues, donors, and other partners at varied community locations.

          Must be able to provide own transportation, transportation is reimbursed.

          Laptop, phone, and other materials as needed will be supplied.



    • 100% Employer paid Comprehensive Medical, Vision, and Dental Insurance coverage (with a no deductible option) and an employer-funded Health Reimbursement Account.
    • Generous paid time off (including 13 paid holidays).
    • Employer paid Life, Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance.
    • Monthly Internet Reimbursement of $50.
    • Unlimited access to no-cost Social Justice Trainings (see and additional position-specific professional development.
    • 100% Employer Paid Pension Plan (generous contribution) after 2 years of service in the YWCA Retirement Fund, one of the oldest pension plans in the country; a 403(b) Retirement Savings plan is available to all new employees.
    • Membership in the YWCA USA sisterhood, a 160-year-old network of 200 associations worldwide.


    Our Hiring Philosophy

    We believe that a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace makes us a stronger, more creative, and more resilient organization. As an organization that works to amplify the voices of those from different ethnic, racial, and cultural communities, religions, gender identities, sexual orientations and/or expressions, we highly encourage people from all backgrounds, ages, abilities, and experiences to apply.

    YWCA of Greater Portland is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital or family status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, pregnancy or caregiver status, veteran status, or any other legally protected status. We are also a Second Chance Employer. We work to ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations to participate in the job application and interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment.

    YWCA is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. We welcome candidates who have diverse lived experiences and intersectional identities including those who are multicultural, multilingual, BIPOC, 2SLGBTQIA+, differently abled, and have experienced sex work or been impacted by the criminal legal system. We encourage everyone who is passionate about our mission and who can bring valuable lived experience to this position to apply, even if you don't believe you meet every one of the described qualifications.

    YWCA will not hire someone currently receiving services or within the first 6 months of ending YWCA services. YWCA cannot provide services to our own employees but can provide referral to other agencies.

    Please note that proof of COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement for all employees.