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Logo of the MWVCOGLoan Program Manager – MWVCOG. The Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments (MWVCOG) is seeking a Loan Program Manager. This Senior Staff position is part of the Economic and Community Development Division of the COG and which houses the Economic Development District Support Staff.  This position will manage the financial services to small businesses, including counseling, loan packaging, and information/access to a variety of public sector financial resources, as well as managing the agency’s loan portfolio. Requirements: Must have at least 3 years of SBA lending experience. Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree and minimum 4 years of experience in small business lending, economic development, working with commercial loan clients in the capacity of loan underwriting, loan closing, and portfolio management. All candidates are subject to a background check. How to Apply: Persons interested in applying should submit a cover letter, completed MWVCOG application form and resume to: MWVCOG Loan Program Manager Recruitment, 100 High Street SE, Suite 200, Salem, OR 97301 or e-mail to dvandyke@mwvcog.org.  A full job description is available HERE and the application form is available at the link above. The application form includes the Veteran’s Preference form. MWVCOG provides qualifying veterans and disabled veterans with employment preference in accordance with Oregon law. To claim veteran’s preference, you must submit a Veteran’s Preference Form and the required documentation with your application material. Position open until filled. First review of applications will be conducted on or after August 16, 2021.   


Logo of the MWVCOGLoan Officer/Loan Specialist – MWVCOG. The Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments (MWVCOG) is seeking a Loan Officer/Loan Specialist. This position will report to the Lending Program Manager and will work directly with existing and potential loan(s), develop, and manage a loan portfolio, and provide loan administrative support for SBA and other government funded loans. Requirements: Must have at least 2 years of SBA lending experience. Minimum 3-5 years of experience in small business lending, economic development, working with commercial loan clients in the capacity of loan underwriting, loan closing, and portfolio management. All candidates are subject to a background check. How to Apply: Persons interested in applying should submit a cover letter, completed MWVCOG application form and resume to: MWVCOG Loan Specialist Recruitment, 100 High Street SE, Suite 200, Salem, OR 97301 or e-mail to dvandyke@mwvcog.org.  A full job description and the application form are available to download. The application form includes the Veteran’s Preference form. MWVCOG provides qualifying veterans and disabled veterans with employment preference in accordance with Oregon law. To claim veteran’s preference, you must submit a Veteran’s Preference Form and the required documentation with your application material. Position open until filled. First review of applications will be conducted on or after July 9, 2021.


logo of the City of Newberg, ORHousing Planner – City of Newberg. The City of Newberg has an immediate opportunity for an experienced Housing Planner.  This is a full-time, non-exempt position with a good benefit package and open to a hybrid remote work/in office schedule.  Applications for this position must be made online HERE by 11:59 p.m. on July 23, 2021. The Housing Planner will serve as manager for a variety of housing initiatives, comprehensive planning projects, current planning, periodic review, urban growth boundary reviews, transportation and public facility plans and natural resource plans. The Housing Planner administers the Construction Excise Tax Program and the Affordable Housing Trust Program.  Conducts assigned research, gathers, interprets, and prepares data for studies, reports and recommendations. Prepares proposals for amendments to land use ordinances and comprehensive plans. Coordinates department activities with other departments and agencies as needed. Assists in the implementation of growth management, land use, economic development, utility, housing, transportation, public facilities or other plans and codes to meet the City’s needs and any inter-governmental agreements or requirements. Evaluates land use applications and site plans for compliance with applicable local, state or Federal laws.  Acts as project manager for assigned land use applications through the approval process, prepares reports and related data as required and conducts inspections. Provides information on land use applications, ordinances, codes, plans and related planning programs, services or regulations to architects, engineers, developers, contractors, owners, community groups and interested persons. Qualifications:  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Master’s degree in land use planning, urban planning, landscape architecture, public administration, or a closely related field.  Two (2) years of experience as a professional land use planner for a government or private entity, or closely related job experience. American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification preferred. A full job description can be found HERE


 

 

Executive Director – South Central Oregon Economic Development District, Klamath Falls, Oregon. SCOEDD is seeking an innovative, resourceful, energetic, and dynamic leader with considerable financial and public management skills and the highest ethical standards. The Executive Director must be able to quickly assess the current stakeholder environment in which the District functions and be able to provide effective leadership to a capable professional staff, working collaboratively and productively with constituencies, intergovernmental partners, neighboring Districts, other state and regional associations and potential partners. They must be able to work strategically with the Executive Committee and Board to identify regional priorities, refine and implement the Regional plan, and enhance the existing working relationships and services provided to its members. The Executive Director of SCOEDD is responsible for the planning, administration, and operation of the programs and services of the organization.  The successful candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree in public/business administration, planning or a related field from an accredited institution; a Master’s degree in a related field is highly desirable. A demonstrated background in, or professional familiarity with, community/economic development is desired. The successful candidate should possess a minimum of five years of progressively responsible managerial and supervisory experience. Prior experience working with intergovernmental entities and processes is highly desirable, as is demonstrable success supporting governing boards and engaging a diverse array of stakeholders to successfully address local and regional issues. The education and work experience of the successful candidate must demonstrate a thorough knowledge of public/private sector management principles and practices, finance and budget management responsibility, human resources management, and an overall understanding of the needs of local units of government and communities (counties and cities). Familiarity and experience with Oregon State laws, ordinances and regulations involving local units of government is also desirable. Click HERE for a more complete position description. To apply: Interested professionals should email a resume, cover letter, and three professional references to betty@scoedd.org by June 25, 2021, for First Review of Applicants.  Position is open until filled with first round of Review beginning on June 28, 2021. Please note that only electronic submittals will be accepted. SCOEDD is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  All aspects of employment, including the decision to hire, promote, discipline or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and organizational needs. 


City of Aumsville – Office Assistant – Salary $3458‑$4505 depending on qualifications, plus excellent benefits. Population 4090. Acts as an assistant to the city administrator, also assists in coordinating events. Performs a variety of general and complex office duties to include data processing, accounting, receptionist, and administrative office support to all departments, upon direction from the City Administrator. Mandatory requirements: Graduation from high school, and 2 years of experience in an office environment, or any satisfactory combination of experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the above duties.  Advanced knowledge of administrative office principles, practices and techniques including word processing, records maintenance, advanced English, grammar, punctuation, spelling, formatting professional documents, research, report writing, and customer service techniques; knowledge of operation of standard office equipment. Must have the ability to work with difficult customers at the counter and over the phone. Pleasant and courteous disposition. Position may require attendance at evening meetings. Good listening skills, excellent organization and follow through on task. Should understand generally accepted accounting principles. Must be able to pass background check and acquire a CJIS certification. How to Apply: Application and full job description are available online at www.aumsville.us or at City Hall 595 Mail St Aumsville, Oregon, 97325. The City of Aumsville is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, or any other applicable status protected by federal, Oregon, or local law. The City complies with federal and state disability laws and makes reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants and employees with disabilities. Open until filled. The City reserves the right to close the application process at any time.


Logo of the City of AuroraCity of Aurora – FT Limited Term Utility Worker – 40hrs a week – Hourly $17.00 to $19.50 DOE. The City of Aurora is seeking a Public Works Utility Worker for a six (6) month seasonal position with potential for growth with the City. Assists in operation, construction & maintenance of parks, streets, water & wastewater systems for the City of Aurora. No certifications needed to apply. The Public Works Utility Worker Experience and Training section of the packet applies to candidates who successfully complete the limited term of employment and upon mutual consideration it is determined to bring the candidate on as permanent staff. Neither the advertisement nor the job description constitute an employment contract. To Apply: Applications are available on our website www.ci.aurora.or.us or email recorder@ci.aurora.or.us. Send/drop off application and resume’ to 21420 Main, Aurora, OR 97002. This position is “Open Until Filled,” meaning that interviews may occur as qualified applicants are identified.


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.