Careers

KairosPDX is a non-profit organization focused on delivering excellent, equitable education to underserved children, their families and their communities. Through innovative pedagogy, community collaboration and family partnership we are closing Portland’s persistent achievement and opportunity gaps in measurable and sustainable ways. Our mission is to eliminate the prolific racial achievement and opportunity gaps by cultivating, confident, creative, compassionate, leaders. We do this through an organizational approach that includes: Kairos Learning Academy, Family Engagement Programming, Professional Development and Policy.

Working at KairosPDX

KairosPDX is always seeking candidates for year-round positions. Persons of color and members of other underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

KairosPDX Learning Academy was launched in 2014. It is a public charter school sponsored by Portland Public Schools (PPS), located on N. Gantenbein Avenue in Portland. Our educational model is inquiry-based. Our curriculum approach is culturally-responsive, workshop model that infuses mindfulness, restorative practice, studio art, STEM, music and fitness in our teaching. Small class sizes, extended school-day and year-round schooling are some of our distinguishing elements.

Kairos is Greek for a special moment in time and we believe we are creating this time and space for children and families, making KairosPDX a very special place to work. We are committed to the core values of Respect, Responsibility, Excellence, Honesty, and Service. We value data, reflection, feedback and continuous improvement as we work together on behalf of our children and families. We are collaborative, creative and passionate about being voices for change in our city. We believe that attacking systemic racism is foundational to our work and that considering our own identity, biases and experiences is a necessary step toward igniting change. Our expectation is that staff at Kairos are invested in our mission and participate in creating structures, developing school culture and communicating our work to families and the larger community. Staff work together to support the whole child – academically, socially, emotionally and culturally, using published curriculum, current research and children’s own interests to build their curriculums. KairosPDX values data, reflection, feedback and continuous improvement as we work together on behalf of our children and families.

Responsibilities for All KairosPDX Positions:

  • Work toward the mission of KairosPDX:
    • to eliminate the prolific racial achievement and opportunity gaps by cultivating confident, creative, and compassionate leaders;
  • Practice the values of KairosPDX in professional conduct and daily interactions:
    • respect, responsibility, honesty, excellence and service to community;
  • Incorporate the beliefs of KairosPDX in all approaches and instruction:
    • Every child is uniquely capable, innately curious and inherently creative,
    • Character and agency are essential to achievement and are developed through relationship and service to others,
    • A multi-cultural context delivers a strong sense of self and is a requirement for participation in our global society,
    • Children must be supported in the context of their families;
  • Support multicultural practice and inquiry based approaches that are:
    • Actively anti-racist — confronting bias in all of its forms,
    • Education for social justice — acknowledging history and studying the present to make informed decisions regarding a more equitable future,
    • Pervasive — examining practices in all levels of school culture and organization,
    • Personal — beginning with the necessary consideration of self as a cultural being,
    • Critical Pedagogy — pursuing multiple perspectives, anticipating contradictions and challenging assumptions,
    • Empowering — providing children the ego strength to challenge racist societal views,
    • Helping children think deeply about themselves and others.

Fund Development Manager Position

The Fund Development Manager will work in direct partnership with the Executive Director (ED), staff, and Board of Directors to connect investors to the KairosPDX community. The Fund Development Manager will help KairosPDX achieve financial goals that support the organization’s expansion and sustainability. The ideal candidate will be an exceptional writer, a strategic communicator, and be a people-person who can create a strong network. Experience stewarding individual donor gifts and maintaining a donor constituent relationship management, (CRM), is critical. A successful Fund Development Manager will use social justice philanthropy to show KairosPDX’s commitment to race and social justice.

Fund Development Manager Core Responsibilities

Fundraising

  • Support the Executive Director in individual donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship by attending key meetings, events and programs;
  • Manage the donor tracking of all related donor information and communication identified by research and correspondence and meetings in one location of a donor database by conducting gift entry and maintaining accurate donor information;
  • Responsible for individual donor collateral material management;
  • Coordinate the distribution of annual mailings, tax and thank you letters;
  • Staff the Board of Directors and Board Committee meetings, as needed by the ED.
  • Responsible for all standing (weekly, monthly & quarterly) reports  and analysis on partners/investors/funders, as needed.

Corporate Partnership

  • Work with the ED within existing business collaboration and the individuals at these companies to develop healthy relationships between KairosPDX and the business;
  • Solicit contributions from businesses;
  • Maintain relationships and strategic opportunities for partnership with key businesses and organizations in the community to engage in key Kairos events and volunteer opportunities.

Communications

  • Document, research, and prepare presentations;
  • Produce annual appeals, donor communications, and other fundraising campaigns;
  • Produce and send monthly newsletter to all investors;
  • Design and distribute impact reports, and other publications;
  • Work in partnership with colleagues on website and social media.

Fund Development Manager Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience;
  • Team player able to contribute creative ideas and knowledge to planning processes;
  • Ability to strategically match organizational needs with appropriate investment;
  • Experience managing core fundraising activities, including donor development, appeals, and fundraising events;
  • Outstanding writer with the ability to translate complex ideas into compelling narratives;
  • Demonstrable success in securing public sector and private foundation grants;
  • Experience managing core fundraising activities, including donor development, appeals, and fundraising events;
  • Deadline driven, with the ability to multi-task to help KairosPDX achieve its goals;
  • Effective interpersonal skills in managing and interacting with diverse groups of stakeholders;
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills;
  • Willingness to learn about and adapt to KairosPDX culture;
  • Commitment to culturally relevant practices;
  • Commitment to professional reflection and ongoing collaboration;
  • Share KairosPDX’s stance that excellent public education is a civil right of all children and families;
  •  CPR First Aid Certificate required (cost paid by applicant);
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check.

Fund Development Manager Preferred Qualifications

  • Five+ years revenue generation experience in a nonprofit or school setting;
  • Experience independently soliciting major gifts in the $10,000 range;
  • Experience working with fundraising databases, Donor Perfect and Greater Giving;
  • Communications experience with Mail Chimp and Adobe;
  • Experience working with diverse populations specifically people of color.

Salary and Benefits

  • Salary: Dependent on qualifications.
  • Benefits include:  Up to three weeks of school closure breaks, paid sick/personal leave days, paid holidays, participation in Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), employer contribution for health insurance, professional development opportunities

How to Apply

  • Interested candidates please submit a cover letter and resume via email to: careers@kairospdx.org. Please state “Fund Development Manager application” in the subject line.  In the cover letter please briefly describe your previous experience, why you are interested in this position and what strengths you will bring to the job. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

Instructional Manager Position

Instructional Manager Core Responsibilities

  • Creating a positive environment by enforcing discipline to maintain safety as well as staff morale;
  • Ensuring logistics and schedule of the school day runs smoothly and supports instructional excellence;
  • Work with a team of colleagues and families to provide a nurturing and positive climate that encourages student responsibility and intrinsic motivation;
  • Manage school budget and ordering of materials;
  • Oversee school compliance and processes including TSPC, PPS and ODE;
  • Oversee student data and records;
  • Oversee school safety emergency and procedures ensuring onsite building safety;
  • Discipline students in a fair and consistent manner, using clear routines and expectations as well as school approved behavior support techniques;
  • Support the high expectations for student behavior at KairosPDX through:
    • Collaborating with school leadership to implement mission consistent systems, strategies and language for cultivating behavior support/change;
    • Supervising, designing, coordinating and implementing behavior and academic supports;
    • Overseeing coordination of academic and behavioral data collection and analysis;
    • Overseeing development and supporting systems to create consistency in the Student Support Team process;
    • Overseeing Kairos staff collaborating with PPS school Psychiatrist to coordinate Student Support Team processes and systems;
    • Overseeing Kairos staff collaboration with the PPS Special Education team on specific instruction and strategies for children on Individualized Education Plans;
    • Collaborate with Counseling and support staff regarding specific student needs and current social-emotional planning;
    • Collaborate with leadership staff to train in and implement strategies and common language including: Collaborative Problem Solving, Restorative Practices and Non-violent Crisis Intervention;
    • Collaborate with behavior support team including debrief protocols and strategy sessions to build skill;
    • Utilize PPS’ Synergy system and oversee the maintenance of attendance and discipline records/reports;
    • Oversee scheduling of instructional staff including leave request processing;
    • Participate in continuous improvement practices including observation, evaluation, feedback and reflection;
    • Participate in professional development to facilitate growth of each student, staff member and the organization overall;
    • Oversee the planning and supervising of field trips (both local trips and overnight);
    • Building opening and closing as needed/

Instructional Manager Qualifications 

  • Masters required;
  • Administration experience preferred;
  • At least three years of successful school experience with children ages 5 to 10;
  • Experience managing daily logistics;
  • Experience to manage budget and materials school wide;
  • Ability to track multiple data points;
  • Curriculum knowledge (workshop model; inquiry based);
  • Classroom experience that supported school improvement plans that resulted in improved academic performance for students, gains in closing the achievement gap;
  • At least one or two years relevant experience working with children from diverse racial and cultural backgrounds;
  • Actively participated in professional development, both as part of the school activities and on your own;
  • Trained in applied behavior analysis preferred;
  • Trained in nonviolent crisis intervention preferred;
  • Trained non-neurotypical neuroscience;
  • Effective interpersonal skills in managing and interacting with diverse groups of community members;
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Experience with the neuroscience behind mindfulness and sensory processing
  • Training in early education and/or human development preferred
  • Willingness to learn about and adapt to KairosPDX culture
  • Open to learning and practicing a constructivist approach
  • Commitment to culturally relevant practices
  • Commitment to professional reflection and ongoing collaboration
  • Share KairosPDX’s stance that excellent public education is a civil right of all children and families
  • Possess a passion for helping each child reach his or her social, emotional and academic potential including a commitment to differentiated instruction and ongoing assessment
  • Current Food Handlers Card
  • CPR First Aid Certificate (cost paid by applicant)
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check

Salary and Benefits

  • Salary: Dependent on qualifications
  • Benefits include: Up to three weeks of school closure breaks, paid sick/personal leave days, paid holidays, participation in Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), employer contribution for health insurance, professional development opportunities.

How to Apply

  • Interested candidates please submit a cover letter and resume via email to: careers@kairospdx.org. Please state “Instructional Manager application” in the subject line.  In the cover letter please briefly describe your previous experience, why you are interested in this position and what strengths you will bring to the job. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

Student Support Coordinator Position 

Student Support Coordinator Core Responsibilities 

  • Supervise support team including scheduling, training and support members
  • Assist in the development and training of behavior support approaches that are restorative and anchored in relationships and collaboration
  • Collaborate with school leadership in facilitating established school culture and values
  • Coordinate behavior supports in school ie. personnel, schedules, behavioral plans and data collection
  • Provide social skills instruction to students utilizing Zones of Regulation, Collaborative and Proactive Problem Solving and other research based methodologies approved by KairosPDX;
  • Participate in the development and implementation of accommodations and intervention plans for identified students and families;
  • Promote a positive, caring climate for learning; deal sensitively and fairly with persons from diverse cultural backgrounds; and communicate effectively with students, staff and parents
  • Collaborate with school personnel, agencies, and families in coordinating individualized educational plans for students;
  • Complete all reporting requirements as mandated by the district, state, federal, and educational agencies (i.e.: restraint and seclusion, assessments, behavioral data)
  • Participate in the development of Individualized Educational Programs for students
  • Collect and summarize behavioral data
  • Assist student, teachers and families with implementation of trauma informed care strategies
  • Participate in continuous improvement practices including observation and reflection
  • Participate in professional development facilitating growth of each student, staff member and the organization
  • Perform other related duties as needed

Student Support Coordinator Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree; Master’s preferred
  • At least three years of successful school experience with children ages 5 to 10
  • Demonstrated ability to manage conflict through equitable decision-making, restorative practice and collaborative problem solving
  • Classroom experience that supports schools improvement plans that resulted in improved academic performance for students, gains in closing the achievement gap
  • At least one or two years relevant experience working with children from diverse racial and cultural backgrounds
  • Actively participated in Professional Development, both as part of the school activities and on your own
  • Trained in applied behavior analysis, preferred
  • Trained in nonviolent crisis intervention, preferred
  • Effective interpersonal skills in managing and interacting with diverse groups of community members
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Training in early education and/or human development, preferred
  • Willingness to learn about and adapt to KairosPDX culture
  • Open to learning and practicing a constructivist approach
  • Commitment to culturally relevant practices
  • Commitment to professional reflection and ongoing collaboration
  • Share KairosPDX’s stance that excellent public education is a civil right of all children and fmailies
  • Possess a passion for helping each child reach his or her social, emotional and academic potential including a commitment to differentiated instruction and ongoing assessment
  • Current Food Handlers Card
  • CPR First Aid Certificate preferred (cost paid by applicant)
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check

Salary and Benefits

  • Salary: Dependent on qualifications.
  • Benefits include:  Up to three weeks of school closure breaks, paid sick/personal leave days, paid holidays, participation in Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), employer contribution for health insurance, professional development opportunities

How to Apply

  • Interested candidates please submit a cover letter and resume via email to: careers@kairospdx.org. Please state “Student Support Coordinator application” in the subject line.  In the cover letter please briefly describe your previous experience, why you are interested in this position and what strengths you will bring to the job. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

Educational Assistant Position

Educational Assistant Core Responsibilities 

  • Share responsibility with a team of colleagues and parents to honor the mission of the school:
    • to eliminate the prolific racial achievement and opportunity gaps by cultivating confident, creative, and compassionate leaders;
  • Practice the values of KairosPDX in professional conduct and daily interactions:
    • respect, responsibility, honesty, excellence and service to community;
  • Incorporate the beliefs of KairosPDX in all approaches and instruction
    • Every child is uniquely capable, innately curious and inherently creative,
    • Character and agency are essential to achievement and are developed through relationship and service to others,
    • A multi-cultural context delivers a strong sense of self and is a requirement for participation in our global society,
    • Children must be supported in the context of their families;
  • Support multicultural practice and inquiry based approaches that are:
    • Actively anti-racist — confronting bias in all of its forms,
    • Education for social justice — acknowledging history and studying the present to make informed decisions regarding a more equitable future,
    • Pervasive — examining practices in all levels of school culture and organization,
    • Personal — beginning with the necessary consideration of self as a cultural being,
    • Critical Pedagogy — pursuing multiple perspectives, anticipating contradictions and challenging assumptions,
    • Empowering — providing children the ego strength to challenge racist societal views,
    • Helping children think deeply about themselves and others.
  • Responsible for upholding classroom expectations and language as set by classroom teachers while providing supervision of children;
  • Assist classroom teacher and support team with development and implementation of individualized academic and behavior supports by:
    • Collaboration and communication of all observations and experiences while implementing support needs;
    • Participating in professional development and training around trauma-informed care;
    • Supporting individualized plans and providing consistent responses to daily behavior;
    • Daily documentation in internal student databases;
  • Responsible for leading students in recess, park, nutrition breaks, transitions, lunch duty and community action sessions;
  • Assist classroom teacher with preparing the environment for the academic and non-academic needs of children;
  • Assist classroom teacher with individual and/or small group instruction for children;
  • Assist classroom teacher with facilitation of home/school information and relationship;
  • Assist classroom teacher with facilitation of home/school information and relationship:
    • Responsible for the exchange of information between home and school i.e.: creation of flyers, conference reminders, etc.;
    • Supporting classroom teachers to communicate with families regarding student behavior, needs and growth;
  • Assist classroom teachers to develop culturally relevant instructional opportunities that engage and empower all students;
  • Distributing food during nutrition breaks in classrooms;
  • Tracking and maintaining first aid and safety supplies in classrooms;
  • Participate in continuous improvement practices including observations, reflections and collaborations,
  • Preparing materials and technology needs in support of learning;
  • Perform other related duties as needed by teaching staff;
  • Participate in professional development to facilitate growth of each student, staff member and the organization overall;
  • Attend several KairosPDX staff and family events;
  • Participate in supervising students during recess and other non-class times and;
  • Assist in planning and supervising field trips (both local trips and overnights).

Educational Assistant Qualifications

  • Two (2) years, relevant college experience;
  • Minimum two years experience working in school, nonprofit, community setting;
  • At least one or two years relevant experience working with children from diverse racial and cultural backgrounds;
  • Interested in exploring the field of education;
  • Training in early education and/or human development, preferred;
  • Experience working with children ages 5 to 11, preferred;
  • Experience working with children and families from a low-income background and with whom English is a second language;
  • Demonstrated ability to manage student behavior;
  • Willingness to learn about and adapt to KairosPDX culture;
  • Effective interpersonal skills in managing and interacting with diverse groups of stakeholders;
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to manage conflict through equitable decision-making and effective problem solving;
  • Open to learning and practicing a new approach to teaching and learning;
  • Commitment to culturally relevant practices;
  • Share KairosPDX’s stance that excellent public education is a civil right of all children and families;
  • Possess a passion for helping each child reach his or her social, emotional and academic potential including a commitment to differentiated instruction and ongoing assessment;
  • Current Food Handlers Card and CPR First Aid Certificate required (cost paid by applicant);
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check.

Salary and Benefits

  • Salary: Dependent on qualifications.
  • Benefits include:  Up to three weeks of school closure breaks, paid sick/personal leave days, paid holidays, participation in Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), employer contribution for health insurance, professional development opportunities

How to Apply

  • Interested candidates please submit a cover letter and resume via email to: careers@kairospdx.org. Please state “Educational Assistant application” in the subject line.  In the cover letter please briefly describe your previous experience, why you are interested in this position and what strengths you will bring to the job. Resumes will be accepted until the positions are filled.

Bus Driver Position

Bus Driver Core Responsibilities 

  • Share responsibility with a team of colleagues and parents to honor the mission and values of the school;
  • Safely operates school bus for the purpose of transporting students over scheduled routes to and from school
  • Operates District school bus in accordance with procedures and in compliance with all State of Oregon traffic laws and regulations regarding the operation of a school bus
  • Appropriately and safely operates all devices associated with operating and inspecting a school bus, including but not limited to: electronic inspection devices; first aid kits; bodily fluid kits; fire extinguishers; emergency triangles; tire irons; car seats; safety vests; wheelchairs and wheelchair securements; wheelchair lifts; oxygen tanks; backpacks; securement straps; seat belts; and two-way radios.
  • Support, manage and discipline students in a fair and consistent manner, using clear routines and expectations as well as school approved behavior support techniques;
  • Regulates heating and ventilating equipment provided on bus for the comfort of passengers.
  • Instructs, supervises, and assists students and other passengers in safely crossing roadways and the safe entry and exiting of the bus during regular and emergency situations. Twice each year instructs students and other riders on safe bus riding and bus evacuations as required by law.
  • Performs designated pre-trip and post-trip inspections of the assigned school bus in accordance with District procedures and laws of the State of Oregon. Undertakes inclement weather procedures as necessary, including chaining the bus when necessary.
  • Cleans interiors and windshields of school buses for the purpose of ensuring safety, appearance and sanitation of the vehicle in accordance with District procedures.
  • Prepares all required reports, forms or other documents and maintains accurate records.
  • Maintains confidentiality, with specific understanding of the privacy rights of students.
  • Effectively communicates with students and parents to create an orderly and safe experience for student riders.
  • Maintains effective working relationships with other members of the transportation staff, school personnel, students, and parents. Effectively works and communicates with students, parents, and staff from diverse cultures or backgrounds including those who speak limited or no English.
  • Complies with all procedures outlined in the Code of Professional Conduct and Annual Notices for Education Practitioners, Teachers, Support Staff, Administrators, Substitutes Handbook; and the Employees Handbook; and all other District Policies and Procedures.

Bus Driver Required Qualifications

  • Must be able to operate all student transportation vehicles.
  • Must have successfully completed a Bus Driver Trainee program.
  • Must possess a satisfactory driving record and an understanding of safe driving practices.
  • Must read, speak, and write the English language sufficiently to converse with the general public.
  • Must understand highway signs and signals in the English language.
  • Must be able to demonstrate the ability to chain a bus.
  • Must maintain a sound driving record.
  • Must remain drug-free and will be subject to drug testing at various times: pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion, post-accident and return to work.
  • Perform other related duties as needed.

Bus Driver Qualifications

  • At least one or two years relevant experience working with children from diverse racial and cultural backgrounds.
  • Experience working with children ages 5 to 11, preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to manage student behavior
  • Willingness to learn about and adapt to KairosPDX culture
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.
  • Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and a driving record that meets the standards in place by the District.
  • At the point of hire, must be able to pass the Physical Capacity/Agility Test and must pass a
  • DOT physical examination and drug test. Must attain and maintain a DOT Physical Card.
  • At the point of hire, must be able to attain and maintain an Oregon Commercial Drivers’
  • License and Oregon School Bus Driver Certification.
  • Must possess and maintain a First Aid/CPR Card.
  • Must pass a Criminal Background Check.
  • Must pass a Drug Screening Test.
  • Must obtain all other necessary certifications and licenses necessary to operate a school bus in the state of Oregon including complying with new regulations that may be enacted subsequent to the first day of employment.
  • Must possess a reaction time of 3/4 of a second or less from the throttle to the brake control.
  • On a continuous basis, hearing must be not less than 7/15 in at least one (1) ear.
  • On a continuous basis, vision must be with near acuity and far acuity of no less than 20/40 in each eye either with or without corrective lenses binocular acuity of at least 20/40 (Snellen) in each eye with or without corrective lenses a field of vision of not less than a total of 140 degrees depth perception and color vision to distinguish red, green and yellow colors.

Salary and Benefits

  • Salary: Dependent on qualifications.
  • Benefits include:  Up to three weeks of school closure breaks, paid sick/personal leave days, paid holidays, participation in Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), employer contribution for health insurance, professional development opportunities.

Working Conditions

  • This position works outside in all kinds of weather, and often in the dark.  Much of this positions work time consists of seated time in the driver’s seat of a school bus.  This position will routinely ascend and descend stairs, use leg and hand motions associated with the driving of a bus.
  • This position will have potential exposure including, but not limited to, chemical, diesel, grease and oil fumes; fuel, grease and oil; blood-borne pathogens; heavy traffic patterns; cold and hot temperatures; and inclement and severe weather.

How to Apply

Interested candidates please submit a cover letter and resume via email to: careers@kairospdx.org. Please state “Bus Driver application” in the subject line.  In the cover letter please briefly describe your previous experience, why you are interested in this position and what strengths you will bring to the job. Resumes will be accepted until the positions are filled.

Advocacy Intern

Advocacy Intern Core Responsibilities 

  • Ability to work within the community and with parents/families;
  • Ability to update the newsletter weekly, social media, email updates;
  • Experience writing summaries related to grants, policies, bills and legislation;
  • Experience in conducting intensive research, that will be analyzed and shared;
  • Support Executive Director with KairosPDX vision;
  • Background, experience, or knowledge of writing testimony, cheat sheets, phone banking, lobbying, and other politically charger work;
  • Ability to attend meetings and be a liaison with community partners;
  • Knowledge of advocacy and organizing work;
  • Work with a team of colleagues to further the mission of the school;
  • Participate in continuous improvement practices including observation, reflection and collaboration;
  • Participate in professional development to facilitate growth of each student, staff member and the organization overall.

Intern Qualifications

    • Full-time student
      • Undergraduate (completed freshman year);
    • Minimum of a B average (cumulative 3.0 on 4.0 scale);
    • Plan to continue education in the following term/semester
      • Internship assignment may coincide with last term/trimester, inter must disengage upon graduation;
    • Effective communication skills;
    • Ability to analyze and summarize data/research;
    • Ability to work independently;
    • Effective interpersonal skills in managing and interacting with diverse groups of stakeholders;
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to manage conflict through equitable decision-making and effective problem solving;
  • Willlingness to learn about and adapt to KairosPDX culture;
  • Knowledge and understanding of Kairos’ mission and values;
  • Commitment to culturally relevant practices;
  • Commitment to professional reflection and ongoing collaboration;
  • Experience working with children ages 5 to 11, preferred;
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check.

Submit with Application

  • Resume;
  • Recent transcript attesting to their GPA and standing as a full-time student;
  • Unpaid interns must also provide documentation of the participation in a bona-fide college intern program under which their internship either qualifies them to receive course credit OR fulfills a graduation/coursework requirement.

How to Apply

Intersted candidates please submit a cover letter and resume via email to: careers@kairospdx.org.  Please state “Advocacy Intern application” in the subject line.  In the cover letter please briefly describe your previous advocacy experience, why you are interested in this position and what strengths you will bring to the job.  Resumes will be accepted until the positions are filled.

KairosPDX is an equal opportunity employer.  KairosPDX will not discriminate against any job applicant or employee on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, marital status, age, sexual orientation and/or gender identification.