Extended-Day Instructor (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – April 5, 2018
Working there was a wonderful experience. I was placed at a beautiful school with amazing staff and kids. SInce it was an extended day learning program it was a bit stressful for teachers and students as well but all in all it a great experience
Parent Child Specialist (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – July 21, 2017
I love working at Impact. I feel like it's home and I have only been here six months. My coworkers are kind and devoted to serving people, and my supervisor is transparent, available, and fun to be around. People are curious and open-minded and they come from a diverse set of backgrounds. My one complaint is the pay. They just don't pay enough, especially the direct service work staff. But if you have a second income and don't depend on just this one, it can work well.
Great community workplace, staff are devoted to meeting the needs of the community
Multiple Positions (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – May 13, 2016
Awesome coworkers and the best culture I've ever worked in. Challenging work. You can create new and innovative things at Impact. It's a loose and casual work environment but don't be fooled- the people who work here are passionate and professional.
Healthy Families Program Supervisor (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – March 27, 2014
I worked at Impact NW temporarily while a supervisor was out on maternity leave. The office culture was laid back but efficient, and everyone was exceedingly friendly. Often people were encouraged to use paid time off. It's pretty paperwork-heavy, but that's kind of how it is with nonprofits.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Portland Oregon – September 30, 2013
I helped families in assisting in the planning, coordination, monitoring, continuity of services, and assist the families with self sufficiency. Case managers are the primary points of contact between families, coordinate services and resources. Requirement skills include; document preparation