Search Positions

Looking for a job? Seeking a career change?

Please visit Multnomah’s Online Job Board on Optimal Resume located in the pull-down menu at the top of the Document Page. Our Online Job Board allows you to:

  • Visit one centralized location to find positions.
  • Find a variety of positions types: full-time, part-time, temporary, internships and volunteer.
  • Connect with organizations that specifically want to hire Multnomah students and graduates.
  • Filter and set parameters for the kind of positions you are looking for.
  • Save and track all the jobs you apply for.

In addition to Optimal Resume, there are several other avenues that can help in securing a job listed below. Your best resource is the people you know. Ask family and friends if they know of any available opportunities.

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Career Resources and Other Open Positions

  • Chaplaincy
    This list provides information about different types of chaplaincy, what is required to become a chaplain and some links for chaplaincy placement.
  • Denominational Boards
    This list provides ministry requirements, contact information, and links. Denominational organizations are a natural network serving the church and ministry placement.
  • Marketplace Websites
    This list provides links to regional or national employers who have job lists on their websites, as well as other job boards.
  • Ministry Websites
    This list provides links to other searchable ministry lists.
  • Mission Organizations
    This list provides links to mission organizations with career opportunities, as well as short-term options.
  • Available Positions at Multnomah
    This is a list of positions at Multnomah University for which we are currently recruiting.
  • Glassdoor Access Program
    This is a site where students can research employee reviews, salaries, and interview questions on over 300,000 companies to help them make important career decisions.