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Below you will find our featured recruitments -- a few of the many great opportunities in Oregon state government.
The Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) is seeking a progressive and experienced professional to serve as the Self Sufficiency Program Director.
This position is part of the state leadership team responsible for leveraging state programs to advance Oregon’s vision that every Oregonian has equal opportunity to meet their basic needs; to strive to reach their full potential; to better themselves through hard work and to leave their children better off than they were – both economically and environmentally.
The Self Sufficiency Program Director is a member of the DHS Executive Leadership Team. This position is responsible for managing staff, community relations and the activities of the Office of Self-Sufficiency Programs in the following program areas: Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), Child Care, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Prevention Services, Refugee Program and policy and rules coordination. With a consumer-driven focus, the SSP Director partners with local, state and federal partners within and outside to create opportunity for the individuals served by SSP programs. Read more>>
Oregon Emergency Management (OEM), a division of the Oregon Military Department is currently recruiting for the Director of OEM. The Director of OEM provides leadership and administration for all activities of the Division and to execute the responsibilities of the Adjutant General to provide a statewide emergency services system. Read more>>
The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife is currently recruiting for the ODFW Director position. The Director will direct the Department's programs in a manner consistent with the mission, Commission policy, state and federal laws and applicable treaties and agreements with other states, countries and tribes. The ODFW Director is responsible for coordinating and leading the communication with the Governor's office and Legislature regarding current and anticipated Department issues. Read more>>
Committee Administrators support the legislative process by working with a committee chair to develop and execute the committee work plan, perform necessary research, provide analytical skills and communication, and manage the administrative tasks of the committee.
Committee Services provides research of issues and measures, and legislative oversight assistance to members of the Senate and House of Representatives. The office provides professional staff for session and interim committees, task forces, and work groups. Staff duties include assisting with the committee process as well as clerical support and official record-keeping duties.
Positions will begin January 5, 2015 and end soon after committees close (approximately June 2015).