Family Kitchen is seeking a Redmond Kitchen Supervisor to increase our service by supervising a commissary kitchen in Redmond to help meet the growing hunger needs of Central Oregon. Family Kitchen is searching for an experienced cook or chef, interested in working with volunteers, and looking to be part of a team directly impacting the lives of those around us.
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 we are ready to open a kitchen in Redmond to better serve our community.
The position is part-time and hourly. Hourly rate: $22.00 Application deadline: Applications will be reviewed as received and the position will close when filled. Target start date: ASAP
For this position, we are seeking a dynamic individual who can work independently, has excellent attention to detail, and isn’t afraid to enforce the rules. The ideal candidate will be highly organized, professional, and communicative. Must have a minimum of three (3) years of property management experience and at least one (1) year of previous affordable housing/compliance paperwork experience. This position requires general knowledge of all property management duties and operations.
The at:project is hiring! We are working on expanding services to Jefferson County and are hiring for a Human Trafficking Task Force Coordinator and Anti-Trafficking Advocate. This is a full time position where you would split your hours between the two roles.
Saving Grace seeks a Bi-lingual (Spanish) Courthouse Advocacy Program Coordinator/Legal Advocate to coordinate its advocacy program located at the Deschutes County Courthouse. The position coordinates a Monday-Friday protection order clinic, provides legal advocacy, and works with the court and community partners to enhance access to justice and safety for Spanish-speaking Latino and other underserved survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. One to two years experience/training/education on behalf of underserved populations including domestic violence survivors, immigrant communities and communities of color. Program coordination experience needed. Knowledge of civil legal and court systems desirable. Saving Grace does not have any degree or educational requirements or expectations. Position is open until filled.