Since 1968, Exceed has helped hundreds of companies gain
the competitive edge with our timely workforce solutions.
Our team is dedicated to provide first-class service and exceptional results.
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Exceed provides quality employment and support services to adults with disabilities residing in the Portland metropolitan area.
Help cultivate a world of success for people with disabilities throughout the Portland metropolitan area.
June 23, 2016
Exceed Enterprises is excited to partner with Volunteers of America (VOA) through the Charity Connections Vehicle Donation Program and will receive 60% of the amount once a vehicle is sold. To sign up for the program visit http://charity-connections.org/index.php/site/partner-donate/exceed-enterprises. Volunteers of America will accept cars, motorcycles, trucks, boats, motor homes, travel trailers, utility trailers, commercial or… Read more »
December 7, 2016
JOB DESCRIPTION POSITION: Supervisor (Level 1) CLASSIFICATION: Full-time, Regular, Non-Exempt DEPARTMENT: Business Operations (CSET) POSITIONS SUPERVISED: Production Personnel SUPERVISOR: Project Manager BENEFITS: As outlined in Exceed Enterprises Personnel Policies SALARY: $2,375-$3,325/mo. PAY GRADE: 6 ($2,375-$2,850/mo., start, DOE) DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES General Serve as mentor, trainer and supervisor for assigned workers to develop, coordinate, manage and expedite their… Read more »
December 6, 2016
Josh Strumm is where he is at today because of the experience he received at Exceed Enterprises. Over the past five years, Josh worked at the Mallard Way facility and Compass Manufacturing, one of several Community Social Enterprise Teams (CSETs). Now Josh is taking what he has learned into his new position at Nothing Bundt… Read more »
November 22, 2016
The Exceed Enterprises partnership with St. Vincent de Paul, that supports people with disabilities and helps preserve the environment, has been elevated to a whole new level. Exceed’s recycling business, ExceedCycle is benefiting from a Robert Woods Johnson Foundation grant St. Vincent de Paul received to create the Cascadia Alliance, an effort to help other… Read more »