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County departments may hire and employ individuals in a temporary or seasonal status. These positions are compensated at an hourly rate that has been established in the County’s compensation plan. A temporary status or seasonal status position does not receive benefits or leave accruals. Temporary employment is generally limited to projects or assignments that last less than six months in duration or which have hours that are less than half-time for an unlimited duration of time. Seasonal employment may continue beyond six months to accommodate the season in which work can be accomplished outside.
If you are interested in any of these temporary employment opportunities, please follow the instructions contained in the job listing as to how to apply, who to contact, etc. A department contact is included who will facilitate applicant questions about the opportunity.
Coordinated Assessment Implementation Specialist - Temporary
25-28 Hours Per Week
Clackamas County Social Services has an immediate opening for a Coordinated Intake Implementation Specialist. This position is a PART-TIME position working 25-28 hours per week.
The Coordinated Assessment Implementation Specialist will work with a variety of Clackamas County homeless and homeless prevention service providers to develop and implement a Coordinated Assessment system that meets the needs of the Clackamas County community and complies with HUD guidelines.
Under general supervision, the Coordinator Intake Implementation Specialist will also perform a variety of journey level paraprofessional, administrative functions; provide program support to professional staff through field assignments, client interviewing, review of program eligibility, client and victim advocacy, compliance monitoring, case recordkeeping; and to do other work as required in County offices as well as in other locations in Clackamas County.
Competitive candidates must have experience working respectfully with people in crisis who may have multiple complex needs including but not limited to domestic violence, alcohol and drug addiction, mental health, poverty, disability and homelessness.
For more information about this position and HOW TO APPLY, click here Coordinated Assessment Implementation Specialist-Temporary
Elections Worker - Temporary
$9.10 Hourly for ballot inspection at tables
$11.00 Hourly for ballot resolution on pc's
The Elections Division is seeking civic minded persons to help with the May, 2014 Primary Election.
The ballot inspection position will work with a team of multiple political affiliations to remove ballots from envelopes and inspect each ballot to make sure it will be properly read by the county's tally system.
The ballot resolution position will work with a second person of a different political affiliation to determine voter intent on ballots which the tally system could not initially read.
The work will begin with a training session on either Tuesday or Wednesday May 13th or 14th and will continue - though not each day - through the very late evening of Tuesday May 20th. The actual day to day schedule will depend on the day to day rate at which ballots are received from voters
It will be necessary for workers to be available each weekday from May 13th through May 20th. It's possible that a shift will be worked Saturday, May 17th but this will depend on the volume of ballots which have been received and the work would be optional.
For More Information about this position and HOW TO APPLY, click here Elections Worker - Temporary
NCPRD Service Maintenance Worker - Temporary
$11.50 - $12.00 Hourly DOE
North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District, Park Maintenance Division is seeking a Temporary Service Maintenance Worker. Applicant will be assigned to a landscape maintenance crew in a public setting. Duties are, but not limited to; mowing, edging, trash removal, string trimming, leaf blowing, cleaning restrooms, and assisting with repairs and maintenance of park facilities and equipment.
Must be able to lift 50 pounds and work in all types of weather. Onsite training will be provided. Work schedule varies including possible weekends.
This is a temporary position, NOT a regular status position. The anticipated duration of this assignment is based on the construction project schedule. A temporary employee can work for only 40 hours a week over a 6 month period. There are NO benefits.
To see a complete job description and HOW TO APPLY click here - NCPRD Service Maint Worker
Seasonal Laborer - Roads
The Transportation Maintenance Division is seeking active, energetic persons to work in the Road, Bridge and Traffic sections on a seasonal basis.
The laborer position will perform manual work almost exclusively outdoors. They will be subjected to adverse weather conditions including rain, snow, sleet, and extremely cold, warm or hot temperatures. The laborer position may also be subjected to other uncomfortable working conditions such as excessive noise and dust. Additionally, they may be required to work around poison oak, hot oil, asphalt, and chemical spray. This job requires long periods of standing on hard surfaces. The laborer position will perform accurate assignments from oral or written instructions with, at times, a minimum of supervision; operate assigned vehicles and equipment effectively and safely.
Flagging (traffic control) and working on the brushing crew are common tasks for the laborer position.
To see complete job description and HOW TO APPLY click here - Seasonal Laborer - Roads
Service Maintenance Worker - Temporary
Clackamas County Facilities Management Division is seeking hard working and self-starting persons to work in the construction group on a temporary basis.
Facilities Management maintains all County occupied buildings and administers various construction projects for remodeling or restructuring the occupied spaces in these buildings.
The service maintenance worker position performs non-skilled manual work both indoors and outdoors. They may be subjected to adverse weather conditions including rain, snow, sleet, and extremely cold or hot temperatures. The service maintenance worker position may also be subjected to other uncomfortable working conditions such as excessive noise and dust. Additionally, they may be required to work around the schedules of current building occupants. This job requires periods of physically demanding work requiring lifting, kneeling, working overhead, and carrying heavy loads. The position will perform accurate assignments from oral or written instructions with at times, a minimum of supervision; operate assigned vehicles and equipment effectively and safely. Demolition and disposal of waste, cleaning up work sites, carrying materials, staging construction materials and assisting in the construction of floors, walls and ceilings are common tasks for the service maintenance worker position.
To see complete job description and HOW TO APPLY click here - Service Maintenance Worker
County departments may offer internship opportunities to students enrolled in a specific field of study. Internships are a great way for students to explore career options in public service, fulfill educational requirements and receive hands-on experience and mentorship from professionals in the field.
Current Internship opportunities are listed below. Internships may be paid or unpaid—see internship listing for this information. Interns do not receive benefits nor do they receive preference for hire following completion of the internship.