Posted By Julian Chadwick
As we know, Portland's unemployment rate is growing & it is becoming much harder to find good jobs.
A few months back, I started aÃƒâ€š twitter account (@pdxjobs) to syndicate good & interesting jobs I found across the nets. Luckily, we live a great community here in Portland and many people have helped. From the beginning, other PDXers were sending me jobs to post. KGW even had me/@pdxjobs on “Live at 7” to help people find jobs.
Update: Have the beginings of a Website up as well: PortlandTwitterJobs.com
Because jobs range a great deal, I created a few others that cater only to certain fields. They aren't quite running yet but, they will within a week so follow them if you are looking for jobs in these fields
- pdxtechjobs (Portland Tech Jobs)
- pdxmarketingjob (Portland Marketing/Advertising/SEO/”Social Media” jobs)
- pdxcreativejobs (Portland Design, Writing, Art Jobs)
- pdxsalesjobs (Portland Sales Jobs)
- pdxnonprofitjob (Portland Non-Profit Jobs)
- pdxindustryjobs (Portland Service Industry Jobs)
- pdxbarjobs (Barfly is helping with this)
- pdxkitchenjobs (Portland Cooking/Prep Jobs)
Three Great Networking Events For Portland Creatives
Speaking of networking, If you are a Portland creative professional, you will want to head down to the PAF (Portland Advertising Federation) sponsored portfolio review this Thursday at 5:30pm.
It's being held at Leopold Ketel & Partners, and includes a panel of three prominent Northwest Creative Directors who are at the top of their league; Jerry Ketel of Leopold Ketel & Partners, Steve Flood of Nonbox, and Trevor Graves of Nemo Design.
March 26, 2009
WHERE: Leopold Ketel & Partners
112 SW First Avenue Portland, OR
Non-members can attend by becoming a member of Portland Advertising Federation for the $175 annual membership fee. ($100 for students). Becoming a member with PAF can be rewarding for those who seek to be a part of Portland's high-end creative industry. You will meet professionals and get your work seen by people who are interested in hiring talent. The annual membership offers access to a variety of speakers, forums, workshops, and portfolio reviews. Plus, you get to have fun at the PAF's Portland Rosey Awards (free drink after-party!) More info here
Two Networking Events Tonight, March 24
Obama's Stimulus Plan American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA):
What You Need to Know (unconference)
When: March 24, 2009 – 5:00pm-7:00pm
Where: NedSpace 920 SW Third (between Taylor & Salmon) Portland, Oregon 97204
Please RSVP on the Social Network – www.saosocialnetwork.org
Download Oregon's ARRA Guide: http://wyden.senate.gov/newsroom/arra_guide.pdf
At this event we will discuss the top 5 Stimulus opportunities for Oregon technology companies:
1.) HealthCare IT
2.) Broadband Technology
3.) Energy Efficiency
4.) Renewable Energy
5.) Smart Grid
These 5 categories sum to at least $30 Billion!
Many thanks to Mark Ace and Cayuse for their help in making sure we have adequate technology to make these proposals come together in a timely fashion and ensure that they get to the correct people.
RSVP for the event and see more details at: www.saosocialnetwork.org
Visit Software Association of Oregon at: http://softwareassociationoforegon.ning.com
Social Media Club PDX, March 24
From Social Media Club PDX:
Getting It: Careers in Social Media
Featuring: Kelly Feller Social Media Strategist
Join us, as Kelly Feller from Intel's Social Media Center of Excellence, speaks at the second official Social Media Club Portland meeting. She'll summarize various corporate social media jobs (hers included) & what they actually entail, explore ways to stand out in this increasingly crowded space, and give some hints to agencies & consultants who are helping companies make sense of the growing social media marketing trend.
Tuesday March 24th
851 SW 6th AVE.
Portland, OR 97204
Seating is limited.
- 2008 Rosey Award Winners + Pictures +Ãƒâ€š Afterparty
- Portland's growing Twitter community in theÃƒâ€š Oregonian
- brashCreative hosts a PAF RoseyÃƒâ€š Re-Match