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Below you will find our featured recruitments -- a few of the many great opportunities in Oregon state government.
The Chief Information Office (CIO) Division of the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) is expanding its team that manages statewide efforts to protect the state’s information.
The Senior Information Security Analyst will provide expert technical consultation to the State Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), DAS and various state agency technical management and staff on enterprise security and general information security. Assists the CISO with governance, oversight and analyzing compliance with security policies and procedures internal to DAS and across the State Computing and Networking Infrastructure (SCNI). Read more>>
The Oregon Employment Department excited to announce an opening in with Workforce and Economic Research Division for a Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Analyst (Research Analyst 2), located in Salem.
The analyst is a technical analytical support in the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) Program, which, as one of the major components of the Labor Market Information (LMI) Program. This position provides the LMI system with data on covered employment, payrolls, and contributions, provides analytical review of computer system edits performed on the various data elements for the QCEW program data files, and performs qualitative and quantitative analysis on data provided on the Multiple Worksite Report (MWR) and Report of Federal Employment and Wages (RFEW) surveys. Read more>>
The Oregon Department of Administrative Services, Enterprise Asset Management Division is recruiting for an experienced and skilled HVAC Program Technician. This position is responsible for the administration of the Energy Management System and HVAC controls within state owned and leased buildings.
Do you have experience and working knowledge of mechanical systems and Direct Digital Control systems (DDC) that support commercial offices, forensic health and/or chemical laboratories and the design and administration of Public Host Protocol (PHP) networks? We invite you to read more>>
If you are a passionate advocate who wants Oregon to do the best possible job caring for its seniors, the disabled, and persons with mental illness, you should know that we are searching for the next State Long-Term Care Ombudsman. If you believe that all citizens of Oregon living in licensed care facilities deserve quality care and your experience matches the criteria we have listed below you could be the next leader, joining the staff and volunteers all over the state who support this critical mission. Read more>>