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If you’re a great collaborator, enjoy a high-energy environment, and believe in your ability to change the world one person and family at a time, we invite you to browse our current job openings. To apply for a position complete an IRCO application and submitting it with a resume and cover letter. In some positions you may need to follow alternative submitting instructions which would be listed in the job posting. Due to the high volume of applicants and varying timelines for filling positions, we will not be able to return calls inquiring about the status of an application. IRCO is an equal opportunity employer – we don’t discriminate based on race, national origin, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristics protected by law. We will make reasonable accommodations to meet our obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and state disability laws. Please contact the email listed to request an accommodation. Job openings that are no longer posted on this page are no longer accepting applications.


To apply, submit materials via email, mail, or deliver in person to:

Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO)
Attn: Mark Kajitani, Human Resources
10301 NE Glisan St.
Portland, OR 97220

jobs@irco.org

IRCO Job Positions Available:


SUN Extended Day Activity Leader  

IRCO SUN is looking for qualified & dedicated individuals to contribute to Woodland Elementary SUN (Schools Uniting Neighborhoods) Extended Day PROGRAM. We are seeking a creative and energetic individual to offer fun and engaging enrichment activities. SPORTS ACTIVITIES HIGHLY PREFERRED!   Posted 2/26/2015   

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Career Counselor/Instructor  

IRCO’s New American Youth Opportunity Project prepares youth for career success and supports the workforce needs of local employers.  The Instructor / Career Counselor will be primarily based in IRCO’s main building in Multnomah County, but will also work at sites in Washington County.  As an Instructor, the employee is responsible for continuously developing and delivering a range of curricula for youth from a diverse range of immigrant and refugee backgrounds..  Posted 2/20/2015   

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Work Readiness Training Instructor  

The Work Readiness Training Instructor will lead activities/classes for students for the Summer Works Program.  Activities and classes include academic instruction, basic life and work skill development and development of resumes/cover letters.  Instructors will work directly with 15-25 students per class, assist in the development of class curriculum and facilitate groups, and write evaluations of student program and keep accurate client data.  Posted 2/19/2015   

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Summer Works Specialist    

The Summer Works program for Multnomah and Washington Counties provides workforce development services to low-income youth with barriers who are disconnected from traditional high schools or lacking the basic skills and credentials to enter college or career pathway employment. Summer Works is an essential program that provides youth with a summer work experience and runs during the time period from April 1st to September 30th.  Posted 2/19/2015   

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Bhutanese Academic Advocate  

The Bhutanese Academic Advocate will work with IRCO's youth staff, SUN site coordinators, and staff from various schools to engage students and their families in their school environments in a positive and culturally appropriate way. This position is responsible for providing academic advising for up to twenty 6th - 8th grade youth and after-school academic group activities up to 4 times per week.   Posted 2/13/2015   

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Asian Pacific Islander Elementary School Youth and Family Advocate  

The Asian Pacific Islander (API) Elementary School Youth and Family Advocate will work with IRCO's youth staff, SUN site coordinators, and staff from various schools to engage elementary school students and their families in their school environments in a positive and culturally appropriate way. This position is responsible for providing academic support to twenty-four youth in 1st through 5th grades and after-school academic group activities up to four times per week.  Posted 1/15/2015   

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Asian Pacific Islander High School Youth and Family Advocate 

The Asian Pacific Islander (API) High School Youth and Family Advocate will work with IRCO's youth staff, SUN site coordinators, and staff from various schools to engage high school students and their families in their school environments in a positive and culturally appropriate way. This position is responsible for providing academic support to twenty-four youth in 9th through 12th grades and after-school academic group activities up to four times per week. Posted 1/15/2015  

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After-School Academic and Activity Instructor 

The IRCO After-School Academic and Activity Instructor will lead activities/classes for students during IRCO after-school groups for students in 4th-12th grade.  Activities and classes include academic instruction such as ESL, reading, writing and math.  Instructors will work directly with 10-15 students per class, assist in the development of class curriculum and facilitate groups, and write evaluations of student program and keep accurate client data.  Posted 12/30/2014    

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Youth and Family Advocate

The Youth and Family Advocate will work with IRCO's youth staff, SUN site coordinators, and staff from various schools to engage students and their families in their school environments in a positive and culturally appropriate way. This position is responsible for providing academic support to 10 school-aged youth and after-school academic group activities up to 4 times per week. Academic Advising includes: regular goal setting regarding academics, school attendance, engaging students in academic programming after-school, regularly communicating with school staff and parents regarding student progress and challenges, regular bilingual/bicultural school to home and home to school communication.  Posted 12/30/2014    

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Slavic Youth and Family Advocate

The Slavic Youth and Family Advocate position will work with IRCO's youth staff, SUN site coordinators, and staff from various schools to engage students and their families in their school environments in a positive and culturally appropriate way. This position is responsible for providing academic support to fifteen school-aged youth and provide after-school academic group activities up to 3 times per week.   Posted 12/24/2014

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Marketing and Advertising Specialist 

The Marketing and Advertising Specialist is responsible for developing and implementing successful short and long-term plans that increase IRCO’s ILB business. IRCO’s International Language Bank is a revenue generating department that includes fee-for-service interpretation, translation, diversity trainings and community center rentals.  The Marketing and Advertising Specialist collaborates with the ILB team to improve the image of our organization, assure that our customers are satisfied, and increase our visibility and customer base.  Posted 12/24/2014

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DHS Domestic Violence Specialist  

We desire to hire someone who is exceptional and we know that you are out there. You want to be a part of something great.  You want to feel engaged, motivated, appreciated and successful.  We are looking for a person who approaches his or her job with energy and pride.  This is a State of Oregon Department of Human Services-funded Domestic Violence Specialist position that will be co-located in some local DHS Child Welfare and Self Sufficiency branch offices in Multnomah County.  This position will be primarily stationed at DHS offices.  The position is responsible for advocacy services, including short-term crisis intervention, safety planning, and conducts risk assessment and provide information and referrals.  Posted 11/12/2014    

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Tutor / Math Tutor

Upward Bound Tutors provide after school academic assistance to students at David Douglas High School.  Upward Bound is a federal education program to help students develop the skills and motivation to graduate from high school and succeed in postsecondary education.  Tutors will assist Upward Bound participants in completing homework, understanding course content, and reaching their academic goals. 

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Interpreter Contractors

We are currently seeking independent contractors for interpretation services (consecutive/simultaneous/sighting) in the Portland, Oregon area. Independent contractors work independently and are offered a variable amount of interpretation assignments depending on IRCO’s demand. In performing the services, the person/company would be engaged as an independent contractor, and it is understood and agreed that the contractor, not IRCO, will be responsible for any federal and state taxes applicable to this payment. It is further understood that, as an independent contractor, he/she will not be eligible for the benefits of Federal Social Security or Workers Compensation. The independent contractor named above is not employed by IRCO.

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