To apply for the following positions, please complete an Application Form and submit it to Human Resources with any other information you would like considered (cover letter, resume, etc.) or as specifically directed by the job posting. Columbia Gorge ESD is an equal opportunity employer. Click here for an Application Form.
STEM Maker and Mentoring Work Study: In collaboration with the Columbia Gorge STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Hub and regional partners (such as Wasco County 4-H and The Dalles Public Library), this person will develop and lead maker workshops for local K-8 students. They will assist with outreach events to build the STEM Maker and Mentoring movement in the Gorge area focusing on grades K-12. The July 2018-August 2019 position is scheduled to work 15 hours per week at $13.19 per hour. No benefits are available. Open until filled. View the job description here.
Part-Time Bilingual Instructional Assistant in the Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education and Sunshine Kids Preschool Programs. Two positions are available to provide instructional assistance and support to preschool children starting with the 2018-19 school year. Bilingual in English/Spanish required. Approximately 18 hours per week at $13.39 per hour. No benefits are available. Open until filled. Click here for a job description.
Graduation Specialist/Recruiter in the Migrant Education Program. This individual will provide learning opportunities for students to prepare them for high school graudation and post high school transitions; provide families with education activities that support high student achievement and parent involvement strategies. Required: Bilingual in English/Spanish required and an Associate's Degree or equivalent. Two years experience in migrant education or school/community relations preferred. Starts at $15.78 per hour. Open until filled. Click here for a job description.
Speech-Language Pathologist to serve students in our Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education Program. Experience with students having identified problems in speech or language disorders preferred. Required: Oregon Speech Pathologist License, CCC in Speech Pathology for ASHA (or eligible to begin clinical fellowship year) or valid Oregon TSPC license with Communication Disorders endorsement. Salary range $42,351-$69,964 depending on experience. Benefits include family medical, dental, vision, life/AD&D, and long-term disability insurance coverage. Employer contributions to Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) upon qualification and employer-paid PERS pick-up. The position will begin as soon as possible. View the complete job description here. Open until filled.