Tag: Gresham

Oregon Local Government Fellowship: Apply Now

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The application period for the 2017-2018 Oregon Local Government Fellowship is closed. The Oregon cities of Gresham, Hillsboro, Lake Oswego, Sherwood, Tigard, and Tualatin are pleased to continue the this unique local government fellowship for the fifth year in a row. This fellowship is part of the ICMA Local Government Management Fellows program. In this unique … Continued

Job Opening: Oregon Local Government Fellowship

This unique and highly competitive “shared fellowship” arrangement allows fellows to work and learn from four different local government organizations while working in half-time limited duration (20 hours per week, for six months) positions. The position will perform entry level professional work for a variety of departments, which may include: Administration, Community Development, Finance, Public … Continued

Business Project Manager – Gresham, OR

Organizational Member Gresham, OR is sharing a great opportunity for ELGL members! Check out the job details below and apply at the link: Apply. The Job The City of Gresham is pleased to announce an exciting new opportunity for an experienced and enthusiastic project manager who is passionate about excellence in public service.  Working in … Continued

#ELGL15 Sponsor: City of Gresham, OR

We’re stoked to announce another #ELGL15 sponsor: City of Gresham, OR! Connect: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube Head west from McMenamins Edgefield and you’ll land in the City of Gresham, home of Randy Couture AND Katie Harman. Gresham is more than just the birthplace of two famous people, it is a city of opportunity and home to over 100,000 proud … Continued

Job Posting: City of Gresham, OR Program Technician – Solid Waste & Recycling Outreach Specialist

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The City of Gresham is pleased to accept applications for a Program Technician – Solid Waste and Recycling Outreach Specialist position. The successful candidate will perform in an outreach capacity supporting the Recycling and Solid Waste Division of the Environmental Services Department with the City. This is a limited term part-time (.75 FTE) position … Continued

Job Posting: Communications Manager – City of Gresham

Salary: $6,360 – $8,266 Monthly Job Type: Full Time Closing Date: 7/9/2015 Position Description: The City of Gresham seeks a highly innovative and professional manager to lead its daily communication efforts in a fast-paced work environment serving the needs of both the public and the organization.

Webinar: Local Government Gets Mobile with Apps

Register for the webinar on March 18 #ELGLInnovation Join ELGL for a webinar to discuss local governments experience with mobile apps. A panel of local government all stars will share their experience developing, implementing, and finding the right constituent relationship management (CRM) solution for their communities. We will talk about what drove interest in developing a mobile … Continued

What Can Local Governments Do About Gangs?

Joe Walsh the City of Gresham, Oregon’s Gang Prevention Policy Coordinator is sharing his expertise with an article on what local governments can do in the battle against gangs. Joe reveals that gangs aren’t just a big city problem and local governments have a key role to play in combating gang activity. The local government … Continued

Capping off an MPA Program

The end is in sight Last week I began the final step in completing my MPA program at Portland State University. The 509, as it’s affectionately known, is an “organizational experience” where almost-graduates apply what they have learned in the classroom out in the real world. It’s essentially an internship with a defined project and scope established on … Continued

Combatting Gresham’s Gang Problem a Webinar

ELGL is excited to announce a new webinar on June 4th at Noon (PT) for our members from coast to coast. Joe Walsh a Gang Prevention Policy Advisor will be talking with ELGL about how the City of Gresham, Oregon is combatting an emerging gang problem in their neighborhoods.

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