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SCRAP is looking for a Manager for their Creative Reuse Center. All the details (and the application for those interested) is on their website.

32 hours/week
$17 / hour, Hourly Non-Exempt
PTO Program
% Health Insurance Reimbursement (after 90 days)
$25 monthly craft allowance

SCRAP Creative Reuse is looking for a hard-working, highly organized, creative, fun, and inspiring person to serve as our new Reuse Center Manager. You will be responsible for the smooth operation of our SW Portland retail store, including coordinating the staff, implementing processes to enable the flow of donated materials, and creating the best customer experience imaginable.

This position is presently 32 hours per week over 5 days, including Saturday, with a wage of $17 per hour. This is a full-time position that includes Paid Time Off, 5 annual Holidays (including your Birthday), a healthcare stipend, and a $25 monthly craft allowance.

After being trained on SCRAP’s systems for processing materials, pricing supplies, and cashiering, the Manager will assume all managerial duties including staff scheduling and management, POS system maintenance, marketing and promotion, and overseeing the growth of the retail side of our non-profit organization

The City of Beaverton is hiring!

Located seven miles west of Portland, Oregon, Beaverton is a welcoming, active and diverse city with a population of 98,000 with one in five residents born outside the United States. Midway between Mt. Hood and the Oregon coast, the city combines the best of a big city and the peaceful surroundings of a small town.

The Sustainability Analyst is a new job title and classification for a previous position and operates out of the Mayor's Office.  Climate action and general sustainability will be the focus of the position, built on the framework established by the Beaverton Climate Action Plan (BCAP) that was adopted by the Beaverton City Council in November 2019.

With a goal of institutionalizing climate and sustainability work throughout the city - the position will work with staff from all departments, and key partners in the community to develop and implement actions.  Among these cross-department efforts in 2020 and 2021 will be:

  *   A fleet electrification strategic plan

  *   Strategic energy management for city operations

  *   Escalated conversion of streetlights to LED

  *   A food waste system strategic plan

  *   Single-use plastics reduction

  *   Renewable energy opportunities for the community

  *   Home energy scoring program

  *   A staff education program

  *   Community outreach and education

  *   Updating internal sustainability goals

  *   Developing reporting metrics and progress indicators for the city and community

  *   And a five-year BCAP implementation plan/timeline

It's a big job for a bold candidate to have a meaningful impact in the community to create a more sustainable world.

Application closing date: March 13, 4:30 PM.

For more information - or to apply: ​