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Job Opening: Receptionist/Office Coordinator

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You are energized by helping others. You are a detailed person with a can-do attitude. You thrive in a creative and fast-paced environment. You find joy serving God through ministry to the poor and hurting. 

Sound like you? You may be the perfect fit as our Office Coordinator.

The Receptionist/Office Coordinator manages all aspects of the Administrative staff office needs and helps uphold a safe and secure environment for Shepherd’s Door—The women’s and children’s ministry of Portland Rescue Mission.

This position is a mix of office tasks, reception coverage, engagement with staff and equipping of residents, volunteers, and the community. Find out more about this position and apply today HERE.

 

 

 

OTHER OPEN POSITIONS AT PORTLAND RESCUE MISSION:

Men’s Community Life Specialist / Evening & Weekend Ministry Staff (Live in)

On Call Women’s Connect Associate

Digital Marketing Specialist

Men’s Community Life Associate (full time or part time)

Shepherd’s Door Women’s Pastor

Women’s Growth Counselor (Licensed Counselor)

Receptionist/Office Coordinator

Men’s Ministry – Nighttime Guest Care Team Member

LIFE AROUND PORTLAND RESCUE MISSION:

 

 

Thank you @ColumbiaBankNW employees, customers and community for your incredible generosity this winter season. We are so grateful for you. pic.twitter.com/cDaxBdsfpZ

— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) January 30, 2017

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— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) January 29, 2017

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— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) January 28, 2017

Piff the Dragon works his magic, helping Portland Homelesshttps://t.co/H1V3wCYiGc pic.twitter.com/I7Nzo1soah

— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) January 28, 2017

Thank you to our friends at @WebMD for serving breakfast this morning and making care kits for the men and women! pic.twitter.com/VDchuXuMoO

— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) January 25, 2017

“A meal [at Burnside] was something to look forward to. I can remember just feeling calm and peace and happy: joy, as well as the mercy.” pic.twitter.com/EChpUNoesb

— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) January 24, 2017

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— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) January 23, 2017

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— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) January 22, 2017

“Recovery implies that something was lost, and we are in the process of gaining back something that was lost.” -Brian pic.twitter.com/AigkBMFjAf

— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) January 17, 2017

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— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) January 13, 2017

Shining like a beacon of hope on one of Portland’s snowiest days yet. #PDXmission https://t.co/0XaUJaI0AM pic.twitter.com/NHvMfzj54o

— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) January 11, 2017

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