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We are hiring! To provide the best possible service to OMA members and Oregon residents interested in mediation, we are looking for a poised, caring individual with diverse office skills. Basic conditions: up to 15 hours per week, $15-$17/hour depending on experience, and location by arrangement. Additional hours are likely in Conference season.
Interested? Visit the announcement page for all the deails. Applications must be received by April 15, 2017.
Mediation Program Family Court Services Manager
$70,411.20 - $105,615.84 / year
Are you are a highly dedicated professional with management experience serving families that are involved with the Domestic Relations Courts? Do you desire to minimize the trauma of the legal process for families, while also providing the court with information that is critical to the decisions that must be made?
As the manager of Family Court Services in Multnomah County, you will help to provide families with problem solving and resolution services. You will be able to do this in a professional manner - even in the face of a changing local court system, legislative enactments, and the demands of the public - because meeting the needs of children and families is of utmost importance.
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Mediation Program Manager
Community Mediation Services
$45,000 - $54,000, Full Time
The Mediation Program Manager is responsible for managing the design, implementation and evaluation of all program areas which may include the Community, Workplace, Family, Foreclosure, and Small Claims Court Mediation Programs. This position also serves as lead mediator, trainer and facilitator.
The primary purpose of this half time position is to provide fiscal and administrative support to the Executive Director and other staff members. Bookkeeping and other financial duties include writing checks, making deposits, invoicing, reconciling and managing bank, credit card and Paypal accounts, and generating monthly fiscal reports.
In addition, the position manages all personnel systems, including payroll, time cards, health insurance, unemployment insurance and retirement plans. It also assists with special projects and events, sets up systems to manage fundraising event registration, orders supplies, processes payments and donations, and generates receipts and thank you notes for the signature of the Executive Director.