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We never lose sight of who we are here to serve. We are worker first and worker always.
Together We Rise
As an organization founded by union workers, we prioritize creating good jobs in a values-based culture in order to deliver outstanding benefits and training to Oregon workers. We build our values daily with internal committees and workgroups, and through our organization-wide focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Our values-based approach means we prioritize good working conditions that provide for work/life balance, rigorous professional development opportunities, competitive pay, and a very generous benefits package.
If you’re a mission-driven professional ready to join our team, we hope you’ll apply for one of our open positions today!
Are you passionate about delivering outstanding training and benefits? Would you like to work for an organization that focuses on equity and worker-employer collaboration to improve the quality of public services and jobs in Oregon? If you have proven working experience as a Data Analyst, Data Engineer, or Business Data Analyst, we want to talk with you!
Are you passionate about delivering outstanding training and benefits with a focus on equity and worker-employer collaboration? If you have graphic design and online learning development experience, we want to talk with you!
SEIU 503 member caregivers and Oregon long-term care employers are creating a new labor management partnership focused on delivering quality, affordable healthcare to Oregon’s essential care workers. Leading at an Executive level, this role will be responsible for the development and implementation of this first-of-its-kind healthcare program for Oregon’s care provider workforce.
Reporting to the Executive Director (CEO), the Director of Finance is responsible for the organizational financial operations; developing processes and infrastructure; day-to-day financial management; and budget reporting, forecasting, and analysis. This financial portfolio includes five trusts and one corporation.
Long-Term CareWorks at RISE Partnership is looking for Nurse Aide Instructors who want to transform Oregon’s CNA workforce. We are seeking nurses with long-term care and teaching/supervisory experience to lead quality Nurse Aide certification programs.
Interested in a career in nursing?
Master the skills you need to become a certified nursing assistant (CNA) with the Long-Term CareWorks CNA Apprenticeship. This yearlong, Oregon-registered apprenticeship provides you with a paid stipend, state-required training, on-the-job mentorship, and career support—at no cost to you! Learn more and apply now to our winter program in the Portland Metro Area.