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The Dalles remains the trading hub for the region. Development has largely been dependent upon transportation and access to markets both west and east of The Dalles. Agriculture has been the backbone of industry with sweet cherries, grains, and apples leading the way.The Dalles is home to a growing tech industry. Manufacturing has also served as a dominant industry with a strong presence still evident today. As manufacturing began to leave America’s shores, The Dalles had the vision and foresight to diversify it’s economy. Top Employers of The Dalles include:

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Provide services to families with children in the Program in the areas of Social Services, Health, Nutrition, Disabilities, Mental Health, and Parent Engagement. Develop partnerships with families to support strengths and needs by facilitating individualized family goals related to the health, education, and well-being of the family. Collaborate with parents, staff, and other community agencies. Recruits’ families to ensure full enrollment.
Cooks prepare and/or direct the preparation of food to be served complying with all applicable sanitation, health, and personal hygiene standards and following established food production programs and procedures. Ensure appropriate use of program supplies and equipment to minimize loss, waste, and fraud.
The Teacher Aide is responsible for creating an atmosphere that is positive for learning and that stimulates critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making with children. Teacher Aide works with children to provide a safe and nurturing environment for social and academic growth. Assists with child supervision and other forms of general care, in addition to helping with instruction and clerical work.
The Teacher develops strong nurturing relationships with children and families that include building quality partnerships to encourage family engagement with their child’s learning. The Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
The Teacher develops strong nurturing relationships with children and families that include building quality partnerships to encourage family engagement with their child’s learning. The Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
The Teacher develops strong nurturing relationships with children and families that include building quality partnerships to encourage family engagement with their child’s learning. The Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
The Lead Teacher provides a safe environment and instruction for children designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth. This role also develops individual goals for children, providing on-going assessment on progress and facilitates kindergarten transition. The Lead Teacher provides day-to-day supervision of classroom staff and volunteers. The Lead Teacher develops a partnership with parents and encourage their involvement in all aspects of the program.
The Lead Teacher provides a safe environment and instruction for children designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth. This role also develops individual goals for children, providing on-going assessment on progress and facilitates kindergarten transition. The Lead Teacher provides day-to-day supervision of classroom staff and volunteers. The Lead Teacher develops a partnership with parents and encourage their involvement in all aspects of the program.
The Lead Teacher provides a safe environment and instruction for children designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth. This role also develops individual goals for children, providing on-going assessment on progress and facilitates kindergarten transition. The Lead Teacher provides day-to-day supervision of classroom staff and volunteers. The Lead Teacher develops a partnership with parents and encourage their involvement in all aspects of the program.
Job Description: The Family Services Coordinator works in partnership to ensure MCCC preschool and early childhood programs are meeting established federal and state program performance standards in social services, parent involvement, and Eligibility Recruitment Selection Enrollment and Attendance (ERSEA). Recruiters and qualifies new children and acts as a resource service to participating families.
Job Description: Responsible for greeting and directing visitors, vendors, and customers to appropriate locations and parties. Notifies personnel of visitor arrivals. May operate a single or multiple position telephone switchboard and support agency with data entry tasks as assigned.
Job Description: Provide services to families with children in the Program in the areas of Social Services, Health, Nutrition, Disabilities, Mental Health, and Parent Engagement. Develop partnerships with families to support strengths and needs by facilitating individualized family goals related to the health, education, and well-being of the family. Collaborate with parents, staff, and other community agencies. Recruits’ families to ensure full enrollment.
Job Description: Cooks prepare and/or direct the preparation of food to be served complying with all applicable sanitation, health, and personal hygiene standards and following established food production programs and procedures. Ensure appropriate use of program supplies and equipment to minimize loss, waste, and fraud.
Job Description: Cooks prepare and/or direct the preparation of food to be served complying with all applicable sanitation, health, and personal hygiene standards and following established food production programs and procedures. Ensure appropriate use of program supplies and equipment to minimize loss, waste, and fraud.
Job Description: Lead Cooks prepare and/or direct the preparation of food to be served complying with all applicable sanitation, health, and personal hygiene standards and following established food production programs and procedures. Ensure appropriate use of program supplies and equipment to minimize loss, waste, and fraud.
Job Description: Operates 24-passenger class C “short” bus transporting program children to and from home to assigned centers and approved activities in a safe manner. Works in partnership with additional MCCC bus monitor staff to ensures that highest possible safety standards are followed in the operation, transportation, and maintenance of the assigned vehicle. Follows all state, local and organizational requirements.
Job Description: Position serves to support families towards the fulfillment of their child’s cognitive, language, literacy, social/emotional and physical growth, and development. Promote and maintain a high level of parent involvement and deliver family support services to promote greater self-sufficiency for at-risk children. Position responsibilities include making weekly home visits to implement curriculum-specific activities, providing group socialization experiences to parents and children, advocacy, and crisis intervention, maintaining on-going contact with families, and working with all components (health, nutrition, family services, education, disabilities, and mental health) to integrate services into the family setting.
Job Description: The Teacher Aide is responsible for creating an atmosphere that is positive for learning and that stimulates critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making with children. Teacher Aide works with children to provide a safe and nurturing environment for social and academic growth. Assists with child supervision and other forms of general care, in addition to helping with instruction and clerical work.
Job Description: The Teacher Aide is responsible for creating an atmosphere that is positive for learning and that stimulates critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making with children. Teacher Aide works with children to provide a safe and nurturing environment for social and academic growth. Assists with child supervision and other forms of general care, in addition to helping with instruction and clerical work.
Job Description: The Teacher Aide is responsible for creating an atmosphere that is positive for learning and that stimulates critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making with children. Teacher Aide works with children to provide a safe and nurturing environment for social and academic growth. Assists with child supervision and other forms of general care, in addition to helping with instruction and clerical work.
Job Description: The Teacher Aide is responsible for creating an atmosphere that is positive for learning and that stimulates critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making with children. Teacher Aide works with children to provide a safe and nurturing environment for social and academic growth. Assists with child supervision and other forms of general care, in addition to helping with instruction and clerical work.
Job Description: The Teacher Aide is responsible for creating an atmosphere that is positive for learning and that stimulates critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making with children. Teacher Aide works with children to provide a safe and nurturing environment for social and academic growth. Assists with child supervision and other forms of general care, in addition to helping with instruction and clerical work.
Job Description: The Teacher Aide is responsible for creating an atmosphere that is positive for learning and that stimulates critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making with children. Teacher Aide works with children to provide a safe and nurturing environment for social and academic growth. Assists with child supervision and other forms of general care, in addition to helping with instruction and clerical work.
The Teacher develops strong nurturing relationships with children and families that include building quality partnerships to encourage family engagement with their child’s learning. The Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
The Teacher develops strong nurturing relationships with children and families that include building quality partnerships to encourage family engagement with their child’s learning. The Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
The Teacher develops strong nurturing relationships with children and families that include building quality partnerships to encourage family engagement with their child’s learning. The Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
The Teacher develops strong nurturing relationships with children and families that include building quality partnerships to encourage family engagement with their child’s learning. The Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
The Teacher develops strong nurturing relationships with children and families that include building quality partnerships to encourage family engagement with their child’s learning. The Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
Are you passionate about a career in Early Childhood Education, Development & Services in beautiful Columbia River Gorge, interested in a job where you truly make a difference, want growth opportunity, competitive pay, with an exceptional benefits package? Then MCCC has the right job opportunities for you!
The Teacher develops strong nurturing relationships with children and families that include building quality partnerships to encourage family engagement with their child’s learning. The Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
The Teacher develops strong nurturing relationships with children and families that include building quality partnerships to encourage family engagement with their child’s learning. The Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
The Teacher develops strong nurturing relationships with children and families that include building quality partnerships to encourage family engagement with their child’s learning. The Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
The Lead Teacher provides a safe environment and instruction for children designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth. This role also develops individual goals for children, providing on-going assessment on progress and facilitates kindergarten transition. The Lead Teacher provides day-to-day supervision of classroom staff and volunteers. The Lead Teacher develops a partnership with parents and encourage their involvement in all aspects of the program.
The Lead Teacher provides a safe environment and instruction for children designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth. This role also develops individual goals for children, providing on-going assessment on progress and facilitates kindergarten transition. The Lead Teacher provides day-to-day supervision of classroom staff and volunteers. The Lead Teacher develops a partnership with parents and encourage their involvement in all aspects of the program.
The Lead Teacher provides a safe environment and instruction for children designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth. This role also develops individual goals for children, providing on-going assessment on progress and facilitates kindergarten transition. The Lead Teacher provides day-to-day supervision of classroom staff and volunteers. The Lead Teacher develops a partnership with parents and encourage their involvement in all aspects of the program.
The Education and Disability Coordinator provides professional expertise in Early Childhood Education, assisting programs with consultation, training, policy and procedure development, and statewide agency collaboration. The Education and Disability Coordinator will work in a team approach utilizing principles of Family Support Practice to enhance the overall development of children and families in the program.
Provides a safe environment and instruction for children designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth. This role promotes the language and literacy, social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of Mid-Columbia Children’s Council’s children while ensuring the center is meeting Performance Standards.
Provides a safe environment and instruction for children designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth. This role promotes the language and literacy, social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of Mid-Columbia Children’s Council’s children while ensuring the center is meeting Performance Standards.
Responsible for promoting the social and emotional development of children and families participating in programs offered by Mid-Columbia Children’s Council while providing quality mental health services. The Mental Health Specialist will consult with educational staff in their work with families to establish and strengthen healthy parent-child relationships.
The Payroll and Benefits Specialist handles all payroll related functions of Mid‐Columbia Children’s Council. This includes processing payroll, taxation forms and benefits, as well as maintaining employee data, handling payroll questions, and completing any other tasks necessary for monitoring and over‐ seeing a company’s payroll process.
This position is responsible for performing complex accounting activities and financial analysis. This includes developing, implementing, and/or maintaining one or a combination of generally accepted accounting systems; managing accounts and grants receivable; maintaining and reconciling ledger accounts; providing records of assets, liabilities, and other financial transitions.
To provide in home counseling, support, instruction and related services to high-risk families, referred by Oregon Department of Human Services, whose children are at substantial risk of out-of-home placement or who are in placement and cannot be reunited without in-home services. Typical issues to be addressed through services may be child maltreatment and positive parenting skills, domestic violence and abuse trauma, depression and substance abuse, household management, and other significant issues that compromise the safety and security in the home.
This position processes a variety of customer account transactions quickly, accurately and confidentially. Provides an exceptional banking experience to our customers by building relationships and offering appropriate products and services. This position may be eligible for a $1000 sign-on bonus!
Worksite Location: Hood River or The Dalles Work Schedule: 30 hours per week. Salary Range: $37,534 - $45,739 annually, based on 30 hours per week
Job Purpose: The Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Case Manager will play a key role in working to end Veteran homelessness through case management and outreach in the MCCAC service area. The position will collaborate with other Veteran service providers, culturally specific organizations and other community-based organizations to ensure that Veterans have access to the resources need to regain and maintain housing stability.
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Who we are looking for? We are looking for someone who is able to connect and build trust quickly with others from all walks of life. Someone who loves to help others and is reflective, respectful, intuitive, honest and self-motivated. A good fit will be someone who enjoys and has experience supporting the health and well being of children and families through teaching, modeling, guiding, and connecting with other community resources. A person who is reliable, organized, knows how to prioritize tasks and can work both independently as well as part of a team.
Who we are looking for? We are looking for someone who is reflective, respectful, intuitive, honest and self-motivated. We’re looking for someone who is able to connect and build trust quickly with a variety of people. We’re also looking for someone who is detail-oriented, organized, knows how to prioritize tasks and can work independently as well as part of a team.
Who we are looking for? We are looking for someone who is reflective, respectful, intuitive, honest and self-motivated. We’re looking for someone who is able to connect and build trust quickly with a variety of people. We’re also looking for someone who is detail-oriented, organized, knows how to prioritize tasks and can work independently as well as part of a team.
Who we are looking for? We are looking for someone who is reflective, respectful, intuitive, honest and self-motivated. We’re looking for someone who is able to connect and build trust quickly with a variety of people. We’re also looking for someone who is detail-oriented, organized, knows how to prioritize tasks and can work independently as well as part of a team.
Who we are looking for? We are looking for someone who is reflective, respectful, intuitive, honest and self-motivated. We’re looking for someone who is able to connect and build trust quickly with others from all walks of life. We’re also looking for someone who is detail-oriented, organized, knows how to prioritize tasks and can work independently as well as part of a team.
ORGANIZATION: Columbia Gorge CASA JOB TITLE: Executive Director JOB STATUS: Full-time (1.0 FTE), Exempt REPORTS TO: Board of Directors SUPERVISION: Program Coordinator (1 FTE), CASA Supervisor (.5 FTE), 2 Training Coordinators (.20 FTE) SALARY: $57,000-$61,000 yearly + benefits SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Executive Director is responsible for the overall management and performance of organizational operations. This position reports to the Board of Directors and is accountable to the board, staff, volunteers, donors and community partners to provide effective advocacy for children in foster care. In addition to having strong leadership, management and business management skills, this individual must have resource development skills including donor development, fund raising, grant writing and ability through community collaboration to build capacity and resources. 
North Central Public Health District is looking for a Program Secretary II to perform clerical duties for the Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Education program.  Will work on a variety of projects associated with the COVID response, including but not limited to, assisting with the coordination of Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) volunteers, vaccine clinics, fit testing, inventory and supply ordering, as well as other PHEP projects, like preparing for meetings and trainings, taking minutes, updating databases, and supporting a variety of PHEP projects.  This position is regularly scheduled to work 37.5 hours per week.  Regular work hours are from 8:30AM to 5:00PM, Monday through Friday, with occasional week-end work at Covid-19 vaccine clinics or other special projects, and occasional flexed hours during the week.  Full-time with benefits; $2,810.00 – 3,414.00/month
Job Title: Housing Specialist, Hood River Why work at MCCAC? Mid-Columbia Community Action Council (MCCAC), located in heart of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge, serves Hood River, Wasco and Sherman Counties. MCCAC offers programs and services to ensure our most vulnerable community members have access to healthy, safe, stable and affordable housing. This is accomplished through our housing, energy/utility payment assistance and weatherization programs. MCCAC’s mission is to build a better future for our community through partnership and equity-centered programs that prevent and eliminate poverty and houselessness.
Job Title: Housing Stabilization Manager Why work at MCCAC? Mid-Columbia Community Action Council (MCCAC), located in heart of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge, serves Hood River, Wasco and Sherman Counties. MCCAC offers programs and services to ensure our most vulnerable community members have access to healthy, safe, stable and affordable housing. This is accomplished through our housing, energy/utility payment assistance and weatherization programs. MCCAC’s mission is to build a better future for our community through partnership and equity-centered programs that prevent and eliminate poverty and houselessness.
Sherwin-Williams, a leader in the paint and coatings industry, is now hiring Part-Time Sales Associate/Driver in The Dalles, Approximately 20-28 hours per week. Starting at $16/hour.

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