Summer 2022 -- Portland Workforce Alliance is hiring! PWA is seeking a program manager who can further the missions of PWA and the ACE Mentor Program of Oregon.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: PROGRAM MANAGER

We are looking for a student-centered individual who believes in the value of young people and the power of community-based career exploration. The ideal candidate is a versatile team player with excellent organizational skills who can help us serve students from underrepresented and marginalized communities; and who has experience managing programs that serve young people, rely on volunteers and leverage community support.

The job is full-time with a pay range DOE of $24-$28/hour ($46,800 to $58,000). It can be structured as .8 FTE or with reduced summer hours for the right candidate.

The application period will close when the position is filled.

MORE ABOUT PWA

PWA started in 2005 and has grown into a thriving, volunteer-driven nonprofit with an active board of directors and a cohesive staff. We work with Portland-area high schools to connect students with employers in every major employment sector, including health care, technology, design, construction, energy and manufacturing. We also work closely with the ACE Mentor Program of Oregon, a robust career mentoring program that shares our mission and goals.

In 2022-23, we will have a core staff of four, plus an event coordinator and a part-time communications/design specialist.

PWA is a coalition of business, labor, high schools and postsecondary institutions. We believe in big dreams and good careers for all high school students. Our board, staff and volunteers see meaningful access to career development as a matter of social and economic justice.

We serve more than 5,000 students a year through career-learning experiences such as career days, mentorships and the annual NW Youth Careers Expo. We welcome all students, with extra outreach to higher-poverty and marginalized communities.  Our goal is for students to develop career aspirations and make informed, inspired choices about their education after high school. This work is part of a strategy to boost Oregon’s graduation rate and help regional employers build their pipeline of talent.

Portland Workforce Alliance is hiring!