I have been working at Luke-Dorf part-time (More than 8 years)
Was willing to work with me, schedule-wise, when I was a full time employee, so I was able to go back to school. The coworkers I had the pleasure of interacting with were all lovely people. There are a lot of team-building and celebratory activities to bring the employees together (they are not mandatory, either!). You know you're doing good for the community and are doing it in such an uplifting environment.
The fact that Luke Dorf is a non-profit means you won't be making top dollar. The work environment and flexibility made me OK with accepting a slightly lower wage than my other (union) job.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Luke-Dorf (Tigard, OR) in March 2015.
A few questionnaire questions with the house manager and administrator. Very short interview. Following an interview is a couple of days training at the main office and then shadow days wherever you're going to be placed.
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