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Job Openings

Find your job in social justice right here on the Sponsors team!

We are stronger and more effective because of the diverse life experiences of our staff. Sponsors and our community thrive when more voices and perspectives have a seat at the the table.

Sponsors is a dynamic and fast-paced non-profit agency that is growing as a leader in the field of reentry. With more than 50 staff positions across multiple Lane County locations, you’re sure to find the right job for you.

Join us in reimagining justice in our community.

Current Openings

Administrative Assistant II

FSLA Classification: Non-ExemptFTE: 1.0Purpose of Position: Support the mission of Sponsors assisting individuals from Lane County released from Oregon state correctional facilities and the Lane County Jail in making a successful re-entry into our community. Sponsors is nationally recognized as a model utilizing best practices in re-entry services.Reports to: This position reports directly to the Director of Human Resources and to the Director of Transitions ProgramsSupervisory Responsibilities: No direct supervisory responsibilities. This position does not supervise any other employees.Primary Objective / General Job Description: The

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Certified Peer Recovery Mentor

FSLA Classification: Non-Exempt FTE: .50 Organizational Purpose: Support the mission of Sponsors assisting individuals from Lane County, released from Oregon state correctional facilities and the Lane County Jail in making a successful reentry into our community. Sponsors is nationally recognized as a model utilizing best practices in re-entry services. Purpose of Position: The Certified Peer Recovery Mentor is a peer support specialist who works with Sponsors participants in all stages of recovery from substance use. Reports to: This position reports directly to the Mentorship Program Director. Supervisory

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Reentry Navigator

FSLA Classification: Non-Exempt FTE: 1.0 Organizational Purpose: Sponsors seeks to improve outcomes and opportunities for individuals with conviction histories and to assist individuals releasing from incarceration in their successful reintegration to our community. Sponsors is nationally recognized as a model utilizing best practices in reentry services. Reports to: Reentry Resource Center Director Supervisory Responsibilities: No direct supervisory responsibilities. May provide oversight and mentorship to identified interns. Primary Objective: The Reentry Navigator provides ongoing direct support to Sponsors program participants to secure and successfully maintain long-term housing

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Housing Liaison

FSLA Classification: Non-Exempt  FTE: 1.0 Purpose of Position: Support the mission of Sponsors assisting individuals from Lane County released from Oregon state correctional facilities and the Lane County Jail in making a successful re-entry into our community.  Sponsors is nationally recognized as a model utilizing best practices in re-entry services. Reports to: Reentry Resource Center Director Supervisory Responsibilities: No direct supervisory responsibilities. May provide oversight and mentorship to identified interns. Primary Objective: Provide direct support and engage in advocacy/outreach to identify opportunities and overcome barriers to

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Resource Coordinator

FSLA Classification: Exempt FTE: 0.5 Organizational Purpose: Sponsors seeks to improve outcomes and opportunities for individuals with conviction histories and to assist individuals releasing from incarceration in their successful reintegration to our community.  Sponsors is nationally recognized as a model utilizing best practices in reentry services. Reports to: This position reports directly to the Reentry Resource Center Director. Supervisory Responsibilities: None. Primary Objective: The Resource Coordinator provides direct employment, housing, education, benefits navigation and a variety of other forms of reentry support in a comprehensive resource

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Director of Finance

FTE: 1.0 FTE Salary: $69,300-$84,470 Sponsors Purpose: Sponsors seeks to improve outcomes and opportunities for individuals with conviction histories and to assist individuals releasing from incarceration with their successful reintegration to our community.  Sponsors is a nationally recognized model in reentry services. Sponsors Values: Empowerment: We value and support the independence of each and every person.  We recognize that everyone is on a unique journey, and we support their right to make their own choices to lead their very best lives. Dignity: We believe in the goodness and

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Support Staff – Downtown Campus

FSLA Classification: Non-ExemptFTE: 1.0 Organizational Purpose: Sponsors, Inc. is a nationally recognized program that seeks to improve outcomes and opportunities for individuals with conviction histories. Purpose of Position: Support staff members work closely with Transition Program employees and participants to maintain a safe, clean and supportive environment. Position Reporting: This position reports directly to the Support Staff Supervisor. Job Responsibilities: Monitor common areas and individual housing units to ensure the safety, security and cleanliness of the facility. • Conduct participant chore checks and room cleanliness

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On-Call Support Staff

FSLA Classification: Non-ExemptFTE: On-call Purpose of Position: Support the mission of Sponsors by assisting individuals released from Oregon state correctional facilities and the Lane County Adult Corrections in making a successful re-entry into our community.  Sponsors is nationally recognized as a model utilizing best practices in re-entry services. Reports to: This position reports directly to the Program Director Supervisory Responsibilities: No staff supervisory responsibilities Primary Objective: Campus and participant safety and operational maintenance tasks Responsibilities: Work independently as part of a larger team to actively

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Please email your resume and cover letter to Rhone Lee at [email protected].