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To post your job advertisement in this listing, e-mail a brief ad (maximum 300 words in text format) to:  dvandyke@mwvcog.org.  You may also include a longer version of the ad, job description, flyer, website address, application form, etc., to which we will create a link. We will post the ad as quickly as possible after its receipt. Ads remain posted for 30 days or until the ad’s closing date, whichever comes first.

For assistance, please contact Denise VanDyke at 503-540-1602 or dvandyke@mwvcog.org.


MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS (MWVCOG) – Safe Route to School Coordinator – $4016 – $5127 per month + benefits. The Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program is a federally funded program that is administered by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and is designed to encourage school children to walk and/or bike to school safely. This is a grant funded limited duration position (funded through September 30, 2022). This position will be responsible for development, coordination, and implementation of the SRTS program at the Salem-Keizer Public School district. The Coordinator will collaborate with Salem-Keizer Public School as well as local city and county departments, the local Transportation Option (TO) Program and non-governmental groups. The Coordinator position will be employed by the MWVCOG but will spend much of their time interfacing with school district administrators and school officials (principals, teachers) as well as elementary school students, parents of students and volunteers. Key duties include program development/planning, program administration, grant administration, marketing/outreach, SRTS education and training, SRTS event promotion, volunteer coordination, and program evaluation. A full job description can be downloaded HERE. Minimum Qualifications: Equivalent to a bachelor’s degree (in planning, public administration, engineering, health, business, social work, communications, or related field; OR two years of experience in program coordinator in SRTS, transportation planning or related field; OR any satisfactory combination of education and experience which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the above duties. A valid driver license is required. Desirable Qualifications: Experience working with bilingual students and families. Bilingual in English and Spanish is highly desirable. Special Requirements/Licenses: Must successfully pass a fingerprint criminal history background check administered by Salem Keizer Public Schools. To be considered: Submit an MWVCOG application form, veteran’s preference form (if applicable), cover letter, and resume. Forms available below. Mail to Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments, 100 High Street SE, Suite 200, Salem OR 97301 or email to dvandyke@mwvcog.org. Application materials must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. (PST) on November 22, 2019. EOE


MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS (MWVCOG) – Finance Director. $5,879 – $7,954 per month + Benefits (compensation currently under review). MWVCOG in Salem, OR is seeking applications for a Finance Director. This is a professional position that will plan, direct and oversee the operations of the Finance Department, including financial reporting, billing systems, and budget development. Also responsible for supervising department personnel and communicating with the public on financial matters and concerns. A position description and the full list of tasks for this position can be downloaded HERE. Mandatory Requirements: Broad knowledge of the principles, methods and practices of municipal accounting and budgeting, financial analysis and reporting, internal controls and auditing procedures, cash management, general grant funding requirements, and various laws affecting public accounting and budgeting. Knowledge of supervisory practices and computer software applications. Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in accounting and five years of experience, or any satisfactory combination of experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the above duties. Desirable Qualifications: Previous Oregon local government experience, and previous experience with human resources and risk management. Possession of Certified Management Accountant designation. Knowledge of Grants Administration Software (GMS) and strong skills in Microsoft Excel. To be considered, please submit cover letter, resume, and veterans preference form (if applicable). Finalists must complete our job application form prior to interview. Forms available below. Cover letter and resume must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. (PST) on November 29, 2019. Mail to MWVCOG, 100 High St. SE, Suite 200, Salem OR 97301 or e-mail to dvandyke@mwvcog.org. EOE


MWVCOG Employment Application Form (fillable PDF)

Veterans Preference Form (fillable PDF)


Logo for Marion County, OregonMarion County – Planner Assistant – Recruitment #:  371-2019-1. Salary range: $21.79 to $29.20 hourly or $3,776.93 to $5,061.33 monthly DOE, plus benefits. Marion County is seeking a Planner Assistant. Duties include a variety of entry level technical land use planning tasks; conducts basic research, analysis and presentations of data related to land use, zoning and subdivision ordinances; interprets comprehensive land use planning documents; zoning coordination; and perform other work as required. This position will work under the direct supervision of the Building and Planning Division Manager or Principal Planner who assigns work, establishes goals, and reviews the results obtained for overall effectiveness through the analysis of performance, reports and conferences. Experience and Training: A four year degree with major course work in planning or a related field; OR two (2) years of college with major course work in liberal arts, or a planning related field, AND two (2) years of land use planning and/or enforcement experience; OR four (4) years progressively responsible land use planning and/or enforcement experience; OR any satisfactory equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience relevant to the position. Special Requirements: Must possess a current driver’s license in the applicant’s state of residence and an acceptable driving history.  The finalist for this position may be required to pass a criminal history background check, including finger printing; however, conviction of a crime may not necessarily disqualify an individual for this position. A more detailed job description is available HERE. To submit an online application for this position, go to: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/marion. Marion County does not accept mailed, delivered, faxed, or e-mailed applications. If you have questions about this position, please call (503) 566-3949 or e-mail HRRecruitment@co.marion.or.us. EOE


Logo for the City of Monmouth, OregonREQUEST FOR PROPOSALS – The City of Monmouth seeks Proposals to assist the City through its City Manager Recruitment Process from qualified individuals or firms.

Sealed proposals from firms able to assist City through its City Manager Recruitment Process will be received by the City of Monmouth, City Manager’s Office, 151 Main Street W, Monmouth, Oregon 97361. The project consists of assisting the Mayor and City Council in designing and implementing an extensive western states recruitment and selection process for the position of City Manager.

The Request for Proposal document may be examined or obtained for no charge on or after October 21, 2019 at the City Manager’s Office, City of Monmouth, 151 Main Street W, Monmouth, Oregon, or by emailing, at colsen@ci.monmouth.or.us or calling (503) 751‐0146.

Sealed proposals must be submitted and received by Phyllis Bolman, City Recorder, no later than 4:00 pm on November 13, 2019 at 151 Main Street W, Monmouth, Oregon 97361. Sealed proposals will be publicly opened and Proposers’ names will be identified at 1:00 pm on November 14, 2019 at 151 Main Street W, Monmouth, Oregon.

The City of Monmouth encourages small, minority‐ and women‐owned businesses to submit proposals. For more information, contact Chad Olsen, Interim City Manager at (503) 751‐0146 or  colsen@ci.monmouth.or.us.


logo for the City of Mill CityMILL CITY – City Clerk/Reid House Facilitator – Full-Time. Split position; 50% City Clerk, 50% Reid House Facilitator. Performs highly skilled clerical, secretarial and administrative duties; back up to City Recorder. May include night/weekend meetings as needed. Coordinates facilities management, scheduling, marketing for The Reid House. Knowledge of grammar usage, punctuation, spelling required. Communication, marketing experience preferred. High school or equivalent education required. Minimum two years experience in related field with emphasis in writing skills, sales, marketing and communications or equivalent combination of education and experience. CMC/MMC preferred. Must be bondable. FTE-40 hours/wk. Salary $16.53/hr – $21.76/hr DOE. Competitive health, dental, vision and retirement benefits. Position description and employment application are available in person at 444 S 1st Avenue, Mill City, OR 97360, via email at millcity@ci.mill-city.or.us or at www.ci.mill-city.or.us. EOE. Closing date: Open until filled.