[MARHMIS] Fwd: FW: Clackamas County is seeking an HMIS Administrator

Hi all!

Please find the below job posting announcement for an HMIS administrator in Oregon.

Regards,

Dan Fox
Analyst, Housing and Community Development
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301-918-4400 (Main Office)
240-582-3639 (Direct)
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From: Smith, Wendy <Wendy.Smith@portlandoregon.gov>
Date: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 1:16 PM
Subject: FW: Clackamas County is seeking an HMIS Administrator
To: Dan Fox <daniel.fox@cloudburstgroup.com>


Greetings all;

I am forwarding an HMIS job opportunity to my network, Please forward to anyone interested.

Clackamas County Housing & Community Development Division invites applications for a Continuum of Care & HMIS Coordinator.
The posting closes Tuesday, October 13, 2015.


As always feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.
-W
Sincerely,
Wendy Smith
HMIS System Administrator
Portland Housing Bureau
(P) 503.823.2386
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From: Ko, Kevin [mailto:KKo@co.clackamas.or.us]
Sent: Thursday, September 24, 2015 8:03 AM
To: Smith, Wendy <Wendy.Smith@portlandoregon.gov>
Subject: Clackamas County is seeking an HMIS Administrator

Hi Wendy:  Clackamas County has posted the vacancy for an HMIS Administrator position.  I have attached a flyer that includes a description and a link to the application site.  Please send this out to whomever you feel might be interested.  Thank you for your consideration.

Kevin Ko
Housing and Community Development Manager
Clackamas County
Health, Housing and Human Services
2051 Kaen Road, #245
Oregon City, OR   97045
(503) 655-8359

-- In keeping with Clackamas County's sustainability goals, our office will be open Monday – Thursday, 7:00 am to 6:00 pm Pacific Time.  We are closed on Fridays.



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