ROSE Community Development, a neighborhood-based nonprofit organization serving southeast Portland, seeks an Asset Manager for its affordable housing portfolio and other real estate. Duties include ensuring the physical and financial performance of affordable housing and commercial properties; monitoring property revenues and expenses; producing management reports and recommendations; and maintaining compliance with funder requirements.
As an organization, ROSE is committed to equity, social and environmental justice and addressing racial and ethnic disparities. We use an equity framework in planning, program development and evaluation. ROSE is an equal opportunity employer.
This year was an impressive one for the Lents Youth Initiative. This summer the program hosted 19 interns that produced incredible outcomes for the southeast community. The 19 interns that interned served 1,780 hours of community service, serving over 200 children, engaged 220 volunteers, cared for over 280 plants and trees, harvested over 500 pounds of low-cost food and developed their skills as leaders in their neighborhood. It’s more than impressive to watch the impact the youth in LYI have in their community when they are supported and given the chance and space to get involved.
Learn more about the Lents Youth Initiative in this video made by the interns and ROSE staff. If you like what you see and believe this program has value, consider making a donation to help sustain it.
A HUGE thank you to the organizations that invested the time, energy and resources to support the youth and the program this year: Forth, Leach Botanical Gardens, Green Lents, Zenger Farm, Friends of Trees, Johnson Creek Watershed, Portland State University, and the Resident Services Coordinators at ROSE.
Thank you to the 2018 funders: Spirit Mountain Community Fund, the Community Watershed Stewardship Program, Metro Nature in Neighborhoods, Juan Young Trust, Communicare at Metropolitan Learning Center and the East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District.
The Jade Project has officially been renamed The Orchards of 82nd. The Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO) board voted unanimously to approve this name, which is a reflection of the history of the area. Prior to WWII many Asian American families owned orchards and farm space in the Montavilla area. Tragically, the Japanese internment during the war resulted in these families losing their land and assets. There will be opportunities for murals and trees in the public plaza and resident courtyard to reflect the multicultural and historical components of the area. The Orchards of 82nd is a mixed-use shared space of 48 fully affordable homes and the APANO headquarters.
Alyshia Macaysa, Baby Booster Project Manager, and Mina Mahdian, Resident Services Coordinator, stand in front of what will become the resident community space for ROSE which will host free afterschool programming, Baby Booster partner meetings, family and resident support events and more.
Construction by O’Neill Walsh Community Builders is underway and expected to be complete in January, 2019.