At Portland Rescue Mission, one of the greatest joys we get to experience is watching women suffering from homelessness and addiction transform their lives into something new and beautiful at Shepherd’s Door. It’s one of the most exciting and inspiring things that happen at the Mission. And as a staff member at Shepherd’s Door, you too could witness it every single day.
If you want to serve in a very hands-on, active role that gives hope and restores life to the women and children at Shepherd’s Door, consider applying for the role of Women’s Lead Resident Advocate (full-time). In this role, you get to serve as the point person for helping the women at Shepherd’s Door meet an array of very practical needs. Whether that means helping them meet requirements needed by outside agencies like courts, DHS or medical and dental providers, or more personal things like getting finances under control or accomplishing personal goals, our advocates are actively involved with the women and children at Shepherd’s Door. So, if you have a passion for women and children, and your ready to play an integral role in changing someone’s life, we have a place for you.
Other job opportunities currently available at Shepherd’s Door include an On Call Women’s Resident Care Specialist (part-time) and a Family Life Center Assistant (part-time, temporary) for the summer. Outside of Shepherd’s Door, we also have openings at Drive Away Hunger, at the Burnside Shelter and in our administration office. (See all job postings below). And then scroll further down for some of our staff’s favorite moments over the last month.
– NIGHT MINISTRY TEAM MEMBER (part-time at the Burnside Shelter)
– DONOR ENGAGEMENT OFFICER (full-time in the administration office)
– VEHICLE MECHANIC (full-time at Drive Away Hunger)
– WAREHOUSE MANAGER (full-time or part-time at Drive Away Hunger)
– DIRECTOR OF ENGAGEMENT (full-time in the administration office)
– WOMEN’S CONNECT NIGHT ASSOCIATE – Part-time at the Burnside Shelter
— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) May 10, 2016
— Stephanie Berry (@prm_stephanie) April 13, 2016
"Because of this place, my daughter and I don't have to worry about how we are going to get away from drugs." pic.twitter.com/vAzw9u9Km2
— PRM Erin Fowler (@prm_erin) April 26, 2016
The Discovery guys helping with the neighborhood clean-up! What a great group of hard working men giving back! pic.twitter.com/9gFXlCkkkg
— Stephanie Berry (@prm_stephanie) April 23, 2016
— PRM Erin Fowler (@prm_erin) April 22, 2016
— PRM Erin Fowler (@prm_erin) April 21, 2016
— PRM Ted Wachsmuth (@prm_tedw) May 13, 2016
— PRM Christine Ourada (@prm_christine) April 15, 2016
Beautifully stepping into the next chapter God holds. Graduation! pic.twitter.com/KGOc8ucVj6
— PRM Christine Ourada (@prm_christine) April 13, 2016
— PRM Dallas Lange (@prm_dallasl) May 14, 2016
— PDX Rescue Mission (@pdxmission) May 12, 2016