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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!
The role is key in evaluating Carewell Benefits training materials and for creating a central repository and method for Carewell Benefits staff and partners to have access to training materials in a shared electronic location.
Reporting to the Training Experience Manager, the Support Specialist will be part of a team of professionals who help deliver the benefits of labor-management Trusts. The Support Specialist will assist in supporting workers who experience barriers to accessing their training and benefits.
The Care Provider Field Trainer will be responsible for ensuring each training class provides an exceptional learning experience for the workers.
his position will specialize and represent the interests of the Communications Program in regard to Salesforce and data management. This position will function as the primary liaison between the data/Salesforce Team and the Communications Team.
The Communicator is responsible for coordinating with the Communications Director, Trust Director, and other key stakeholders to develop and execute strategic communications plans, from concept to deliverables.
The Support Assistant is responsible for supporting Carewell Benefits program activities including processing participant paperwork, screening and directing walk-ins and telephone callers, and assisting in enrollment and education efforts.
The Program Support Specialist is responsible for providing project management support, Board support, logistical and event coordination, and performing office administrative functions.
The position will be part of a management team responsible for accomplishing the Carewell Benefits department objectives. This position will be directly responsible for supervising the enrollment staff and organizing and monitoring work processes.
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.
The Human Resources Specialist will support the Human Resources department in ensuring smooth and efficient business operations and provide exceptional service to RISE staff and other organizational stakeholders through the creation, support, and delivery of the organization’s human resources programs and services.
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