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Logo of the City of AuroraREQUEST FOR PROPOSALS – City Attorney Services – City of Aurora. The City of Aurora invites qualified individuals or firms to submit proposals to provide City Attorney Services based upon the scope of work contained in the Request for Proposals. The intent is to select one individual or firm to provide services with the probable exception of bond counsel services. Sealed proposals, in writing, will be received by Stuart Rodgers, City Recorder, City of Aurora, 21420 Main Street N.E., Aurora, Oregon 97002, until Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at 4:00 pm local time. Facsimile or electronically transmitted proposals will not be accepted. The complete Request for Proposals is on file with and may be obtained from Stuart Rodgers at the address above, or by e-mail at recorder@ci.aurora.or.us, or by calling 503-678-1283. The Request for Proposal can also be obtained from the City of Aurora’s website www.ci.aurora.or.us. The City of Aurora’s programs, services, employment opportunities, and volunteer positions are open to all persons without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, martial status, handicap, or political affiliation.


logo for Marion Soil & Water Conservation DistrictDistrict Manager – Marion Soil & Water Conservation District. The Marion Soil and Water Conservation District, a regional leader in conserving natural resources in Oregon, has an immediate opportunity for an experienced District Manager to serve as the chief executive officer of the District. This position acts on behalf of the District Board of Directors and represents the District to public and private customers and partner organizations. If you have a Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field of study and at least five years of management experience within a natural resource or agricultural organization, agency, or business, this might be the right position for you. The District Manager provides overall leadership for personnel, technical and program planning, finances, public outreach, project management, and implementation. The successful candidate must be a highly motivated self-starter with demonstrated ability to successfully lead a productive and talented team. For immediate consideration, please submit a complete application packet, which must include a cover letter, resume, responses to supplemental questions, and a completed application form. A full position description, application form and supplemental questions are available at www.marionswcd.net.  Email is the preferred method to receive your information. This position is open until filled. Marion Soil and Water Conservation District offers a competitive wage schedule and excellent benefits package. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please submit application packets to Meredith Hoffman, Interim District Manager at meredith.hoffman@marionswcd.net.


logo for Marion Soil & Water Conservation DistrictConservation Planner – Marion Soil & Water Conservation District. The Marion Soil and Water Conservation District (MSWCD), a regional leader in conserving natural resources in Oregon, has an immediate opportunity for an experienced Conservation Planner. This is a full-time, at will, exempt position.  The Conservation Planner will work as part of the district’s technical team performing a variety of conservation work in both field and office environments. This position’s primary focus will be to assist, promote and help educate the agricultural community in the areas of soil and water conservation with an emphasis on agricultural water quality. The Conservation Planner will assist landowners/operators in assessing natural resource conditions and in planning and implementing conservation programs or practices to help identify and resolve resource concerns. For immediate consideration, please submit a complete application packet, which must include a cover letter, resume, and a completed application form. A full position description, and application form are available at www.marionswcd.net.  Email is the preferred method to receive your information. This position is open until filled. MSWCD offers a competitive wage schedule and excellent benefits package. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please submit application packets to Meredith Hoffman, Interim District Manager at meredith.hoffman@marionswcd.net.


Logo for the City of WillaminaDeputy City Recorder/Planning Clerk – City of Willamina – annual salary range: $44,928-$58,524. The City of Willamina is seeking a qualified Deputy City Recorder / Planning Clerk to join our small, dedicated team. This position is an integral part of the City of Willamina “City-team” and reports directly to the City Manager. As a part of the City-team this position works in a fast-paced environment with a wide variety of duties that literally vary from moment to moment. As Deputy City Recorder, this position serves as the City’s records official and elections officer, responsible for coordinating City Council, Budget Committee, and Planning Commission meetings, ensuring compliance with laws governing public meetings, records, official City documents, and elections. As the Deputy City Recorder this position will attend evening meetings and is responsible for the creation of timely, accurate, and grammatically correct minutes from those meetings. As Planning Clerk, this position works directly with the City’s contract Planner in all aspects of the review and adjudication of development proposals, participates in reviews of project proposals and plans for compliance, and assists community members and developers through the planning processes. The annual salary range for this position is $44,928 to $58,524. This is a full-time, exempt position with the option to work a traditional 8-hour, 5-day per week schedule or an alternative 10-hour, 4-day (Monday through Thursday) per week schedule. The City provides excellent health benefits, generous vacation/holiday/personal days, and a supportive work environment. The interview process will include a basic skills assessment test. The position is open until filled. Applicants are asked to submit a letter of interest, resume, and completed City of Willamina employment application form to Jenna Sinde at Express Employment Professionals, 733 NE Baker Street, McMinnville, OR 97128 or via email at Jenna.Sinde@ExpressPros.com or fax at 503-434-5326. Application form and full job posting can be found on the City of Willamina website at willaminaoregon.gov