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.Classified PositionsParent Education Coordinator/Community Health Worker to serve the Four Rivers Early Learning Hub and North Central Public Health District to organize parenting workshops and family events, recruit and maintain parenting education facilitators, recruit families, and coordinate with community partners in Gilliam, Sherman, and Wheeler Counties. Develop infrastructure and coordinate the Home Visiting Program, and integrate effective, evidence-based prevention interventions into existing programs. Required: Ability to travel between work sites, flexible schedule, and an Associate's Degree/post-secondary education in a related field. Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred. $24.43 per hour. Benefits includes family medical, dental, vision insurance, individual life, AD&D, and long-term disability insurance, district paid PERS contributions; tuition reimbursement; and paid holidays. Submit completed application, cover letter, and current resume. Click here for a job description. Open until filled..5 FTE (full-time equivalent) Bilingual Home-School Liaison/Recruiter to recruit preschool children who qualify for the Migrant Education Program and assist families in assuring their children are kindergarten ready. Required: Ability to travel between work sites, post-secondary education or proof of passing the National Career Readiness Assessment, background check, and bilingual in English/Spanish. $15.55 per hour with pro-rated benefits. Submit a completed application, cover letter, and current resume. Click here for a job description. Open untill filled.
School-Age Speech-Language Pathologist to serve students in rural school districts (Dufur and South Wasco County). 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 $41,312-$68,248 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. Click here for a complete job description. Open until filled.