|Employee Assistance Program |
Unresolved issues such as stress at work or home, family problems, or adjusting to change at work can interfere with your quality of life and job performance. The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a free and confidential benefit provided to help employees work through these issues or problems. Available to benefit-eligible employees and members of their immediate family who are also eligible for benefits, the service is coordinated by an independent provider, Cascade Centers, Incorporated.
Salem 503-588-0777 • Portland 503-639-3009 • Corvallis 541-757-3013
All Other Areas 800-433-2320
Professional Development & Training
Many opportunities for development are possible from hands on experience to classroom assisted studies.
Family Friendly Benefit & Leave Polices
Including generous paid vacation, holiday and sick leave.
Jackson Scholarship Opportunity
The Glen Jackson scholarship was established for the dependents of employees and retirees of ODOT and the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD).
If you know of a high school senior who meets the eligibility requirements please have them go to www.oregonstudentaid.gov . The Oregon Student Access and Completion (OSAC) handles all the applications, which are available online after November 1 each year. The final scholarship application deadline is March 1 of each year.
To learn more about the scholarship fund visit:
Benefits are coordinated and administered for ODOT and other State Agencies by the professionals at the Public Employees Benefits Board (PEBB). In addition, our partners in the Payroll area of ODOT Financial Services are the primary benefits contact at the agency. We are providing this summary in an effort to clarify the great benefits available to employees at ODOT. It is important to note that benefits often differ by employee group or bargaining unit, so the information provided above is provided for a general audience. Please refer to the PEBB website for more information or contact them directly at 503-373-1102. In the event of an error or conflict of information, the actual Plan Document or Summary Plan Description (SPD) shall be considered correct.