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Public Relations Manager

Banfield Pet Hospital is seeking an External Communications Manager whose primary purpose and function is to help ensure the success of the practice by promoting and protecting the brand through creating, overseeing and leading public relations campaigns, managing issues and crisis communications, increasing brand recognition and positive brand reputation through thought leadership efforts and initiatives. Continue reading

RFP Web Design Project – Clackamas Community College

Clackamas Community College seeks a vendor to help design, develop and implement a mobile friendly website that will effectively enroll and retain students.

In this competitive process, we will look for the vendor that best meets our needs as outlined below. Bids and proposals will be accepted until Sept. 23. Total project costs must not exceed $95,000. CCC’s goal is to have the website live by June 30, 2017.

Please provide design samples and 2 to 3 references.       Finalists will be invited to present their proposal to the web team.

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Administrative Assistant – Mac’s List

Mac’s List is seeking an Administrative Associate to help our team be more efficient, productive, and service oriented. The Administrative Associate will manage logistics and scheduling, provide research support, and maintain internal records. He or she will also be the front-line point of contact with our customers, callers, and the occasional office visitor.

Mac’s List is Oregon’s number one online community for creative employment in all sectors, public, private and nonprofit. We’re also a growing national brand, developing and delivering informational products to help job seekers around the country find meaningful and rewarding work. We are a socially-minded entrepreneurial organization, and expect to attain B-Corp certification by the end of 2016.

In collaboration with the full Mac’s List team, the administrative associate will provide support we need to grow our already-successful organization. Continue reading

Creative Services RFP – OHSU

OHSU’s Marketing and Communications department has launched a formal RFP for creative services on behalf of OHSU. Awards will be multi-year contracts accessible by all OHSU departments. We are seeking proposals for writing, graphic design including medical illustration and infographics, videography, and photography.

Please note that although the date to notify OHSU of intent to submit has passed that piece isn’t a necessary component for being considered a vendor.

Submit proposals through OHSU’s contracts office by 5:00 pm on 08-31-16. More information available at

Marketing and Communications Manager

Founded in 1950, World Affairs Council is the oldest nonpartisan, nonprofit international affairs organization in Oregon. WAC has 12-14 employees, many volunteers, and an annual budget of approximately $1 million. There are four main areas of activity: Public Programs (3-6 public programs per month on global issues and ideas); the International Speakers Series (four world-renowned speakers annually); the Global Classroom (K-12 education program, 30,000+ kids served annually); and the International Visitor & Training Program (organizes short-term visits for 750 emerging leaders from over 100 countries each year). Check our website at
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Marketing and Business Development Assistant

Dunn Carney is an established downtown law firm that was founded in the 1930’s and has grown into one of the top 10 law firms in Oregon with a strong regional footprint. We also serve clients across the United States and the world through our own resources and our membership in Meritas, a worldwide network of peer- and client-reviewed firms selected on the basis of excellence. Dunn Carney has a diverse and vibrant practice with attorneys recognized as leaders in real estate, commercial litigation, insurance, environmental, agriculture and natural resources, corporate law, intellectual property, employment and white collar crime. Our attorneys and staff are also known in the community for their work as board members and volunteers for charities and non-profits.
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