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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 Justice (DOJ), Civil Enforcement Division is seeking qualified applicants for their Legal Secretary position in Medford. The legal secretary works closely with Trial Division Assistant Attorneys' General and other legal professionals in order to provide critical administrative support for the Division's Child Advocacy Section. Read more>>
The Oregon Employment Department is excited to announce one permanent opening for a Human Resource Analyst 3 (Senior Human Resources Analyst) position located in Salem. Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply.
The Employment Department is a large state agency with a mission to Support Business and Promote Employment. The Senior HR Analyst provides counsel and direction to managers and supervisors on a broad spectrum of complex human resources issues as well as advise, coach and guide managers and staff regarding Federal and State HR laws and policies, collective bargaining agreements, and other HR related issues. Read more>>
The Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman (LTCO) is looking for candidates with direct care experience working with individuals who have mental illness or a developmental disability, existing relationships with stakeholders in the mental health and developmental disability service community, the ability to take well-reasoned and visible positions on residential care issues, and excellent communication and conflict resolution skills to apply for the Residential Facilities Ombudsman. This position designs and administers a statewide advocacy and training program for staff and volunteers to represent residents who live in residential facilities for people with developmental disabilities and mental illness. Read more>>
The Oregon State Police (OSP) seeks trustworthy, motivated, driven individuals who are able to work well on their own as well as in a team environment. We strive to have our workforce reflect the increasingly diverse cultures of our state and the people we serve. OSP is currently recruiting for their Recruit Trooper positions throughout the state of Oregon. OSP provides Premier Public Safety Service to all of the agency's law enforcement partners in Oregon's thirty six counties, patrolling over 7,000 miles of State and Interstate highways. Read more>>