Member Agency Job Openings

Job openings are posted here on behalf of our HLC member agencies.


Aug. 11, 2023

Family Access Network: Development Specialist

Passionate about serving youth and families in Central Oregon? Do you have a talent for writing and building relationships? Family Access Network is seeking their next Development Specialist.
The Development Specialist is responsible for grant writing, research and coordination, as well as donor database work, and board support for the FAN Foundation. This position projects a professional image through phone and in-person contacts with FAN Foundation board members, donors, volunteers, FAN advocates, clients and community partners. Primary Responsibilities

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Family Kitchen: Operations Manager, 

Family Kitchen is seeking an operations manager to help take our service to the community to the next level and meet the growing needs of Central Oregon. If you have experience in food service, restaurant or commissary operations, and are looking to be part of a team directly impacting the lives of those around us, let’s talk.

Family Kitchen’s mission is to serve anyone who needs nutritious meals in a safe and caring environment. We’ve been in operation since 1986, and currently serve over 14,000 meals each month to anyone who comes through our doors. No hassles. No forms to fill out. No questions asked. We’ve seen tremendous growth over the course of the last few years, and are proactively getting ready to meet the additional need we all see coming.

The position is full time with competitive pay, health benefits (within 30 days), 401k and matching (after 12 months), and paid vacation all through our fiscal sponsorship with Trinity Episcopal Church (our employer and location host).

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Mosaic Medical Health: Community Health Worker

Full time, Redmond

This position works with a designated clinical care team to provide short-term case management and patient support in an effort to identify social determinants of health. The CHW is responsible for addressing and removing these barriers to improve patient care and health outcomes. This position recruits for and teaches assigned patient education opportunities. This position may be asked to provide periodic staffing support for outreach events. Bilingual applicant and Traditional Health Worker Certification strongly preferred.

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Thrive Central Oregon: Community Outreach Advocate

Full time, Central Oregon, primarily Deschutes County

$23.20+ DOE (+10% increase for Spanish bilingualism)

The Community Outreach Advocate I is responsible to meet with individuals at designated locations to connect them to requested services and community resources. The majority of our work is focused on permanent and affordable housing. Our primary offices are in Bend and Redmond, with services provided over the phone and at walk-in sites across Central Oregon.

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June 20, 2023
Do you like numbers? Do you like evaluation? Do you want to work on systems improvements and change? Are you experienced with data entry and systems? Do you have a Bachelor’s in Social or Human Services or experience in homeless services? Are you looking for a position where you can directly help your community? NeighborImpact is hiring a an Unhoused Services Data Coordinator!
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June 6, 2023
Bethlehem Inn is looking for compassionate, dedicated new team members. Visit their website for a list of current employment opportunities:

May 30, 2023

COIC is hiring a new Housing and Homelessness Program Administrator! Please share this with your networks. This line of work is growing fast at COIC – there will be lots of room for leadership and growth.

Salary commensurate with experience and . Outstanding benefits. First review of applications is June 11!

May 23, 2023

Are you interested in policy and systems change? COIC is hiring for a Housing and Homelessness Program Administrator will serve as the point person in the development, coordination and development of the Housing and Homelessness program for COIC’s CED department. This position will serve as the primary person of contact for the Housing for All, Regional Housing Council, Homeless Leadership Coalition, and other programs as related to housing and homelessness within the region. This position will establish and maintain links between diverse project partners and work with senior staff to identify barriers and solutions for current and future projects. This position will provide project coordination, program development, technical assistance, and administrative support for housing and houselessness initiatives within Central Oregon. Click here to learn more.