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Prosper Portland

This position is Represented and is Exempt

Full Time Employee Salary Range:  $80,784 – $106,377

Opens: 02/20/2018   Closes: 03/14/2018 EOD (11:59 pm)

How To Apply

Interested parties must complete an online employment application to be considered. Applications are available as a paperless, on-line process at

When we say we are building an equitable economy to serve the city and its residents, we mean it. But we also know that it takes a lot of leadership and support. Prosper Portland created the Equity and Inclusion Program Manager position to strategize and implement external and internal equity efforts with a supportive and motivated team. Are you someone who can help us move beyond aspiration and toward achievement and assessment of our equity goals? Do you want to be part of an agency that is taking strides to be a workplace where every employee experiences belonging and trust? If that’s you, please apply!

As part of the Social Equity, Policy and Communications Department, this position will provide leadership, direction and guidance for equity, diversity, and inclusion-based internal and external strategies and programs. For internal equity initiatives, this position will serve as a group facilitator, subject matter expert and consultant to the agency.  For external initiatives, this position coordinates and consults with staff on public engagement and outreach strategies for agency meetings, events, and programs that encourage inclusive community engagement and improve access and participation for underserved communities. Establishes, develops and advances relationships community-based organizations, leaders, and networks to foster inclusive community engagement and mutual collaboration. In addition, this position will serve as a liaison between the agency and key standing committees and advisory bodies.

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☆ Dont forget to tell your interviewer that you heard about this opportunity from the Urban League of Portland ☆