City auditor says clear goals and contract improvements needed to ensure Regional Arts and Culture C

PORTLAND, OREGON – CITY HALL – The City should ensure that the work of the Regional Arts and Culture Council is aligned with City priorities and improve oversight of its $8.3 million contract with the not-for-profit organization, according to an audit released today by City Auditor Mary Hull Caballero. The City has contracted with the Arts Council for more than 20 years. The Arts Council is a regional organization, and its responsibilities include strategic planning and policy development for arts and culture. The Arts Council administers grants and arts education programs and is the steward of the City’s public art collection. In 2017, the City provided the Arts Council with $8.3 million, m

SEIU Local 503, Oregon: Now Hiring Organizers!

Job Openings: May 2018 We are hiring organizers to work on innovative new campaigns across Oregon uniting union and non-union care providers and consumers as part of CareWorks ( Organizer Job Opening: Organizers help build power to win quality affordable care, create support for families and ensure care jobs are good jobs by organizing union and non-union workers and consumers connected to Oregon’s care economy with a focus on one-on-one recruiting, house visits and developing community structures to win campaigns. Our team is currently working on issues that included accessible, affordable housing, immigrant rights, disability justice and independent living for seniors

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