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As you explore our site and look for jobs, think about your friends, family, and co-workers. Is there a position that fits their skills and experience? Share these opportunities with your personal or business networks. 

Below you will find our featured recruitments -- a few of the many great opportunities in Oregon state government.

 

 

 


Posted September 2, 2014


​The Oregon Department of Justice is searching for a qualified individual with litigation support, planning and management skills to serve as Litigation Support Analyst.

The Litigation Support Analyst will be assigned to the Department's Information Services Section and will assist with the development and execution of the Department-wide litigation support program, coordinate technology related litigation support activities throughout the Department and will work collaboratively with technology staff, legal division staff, department managers and vendors to coordinate and support a wide variety of litigation support activities. Read more>>



Posted 8/20/2014

The Department of Administrative Services (DAS), Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) has several current openings for experienced IT professionals.
 
The Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) Division is a shared service organization designed to serve the unique needs of its customers in many locations throughout Oregon’s 36 counties. The ETS develops and operates the Department of Administrative Services’ internal applications and the state’s enterprise.
 
Current positions open for application:
 
 
 
 

Posted 8/28/2014


Aging and People with Disabilities, which is part of the Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS), is recruiting for the APD/DD Labor Relations Director.  ​

This position dually reports to DHS and the Department of Administrative Services, Chief Human Resource Office, Labor Relations Division. The Department of Administrative Services is the administrative arm of the Governor's Office and provides administrative and support services to State agencies. The Chief Human Resource Office is established by ORS 240. The Labor Relations Division is responsible for statewide negotiations and contract administration with numerous labor unions, grievance arbitration, and labor management relations for all represented employees in the Executive Branch (except for Oregon University Systems) and on behalf of the Home Care Commission pursuant to ORS 410.612, negotiates the collective bargaining agreement covering approximately 12,000 Home Care Workers (non-state employees).  Read more>>


Posted 8/28/2014

Business Oregon (Oregon Business Development Department) is recruiting for a highly skilled leader to serve as the agency's Assistant Director - Business Development Manager. 

Business Oregon creates, retains, expands and attracts businesses that provide sustainable, living-wage jobs for Oregonians through public-private partnerships, leveraged funding and support of economic opportunities for Oregon companies and entrepreneurs.

The Assistant Director - Business Development Manager provides leadership, strategic planning, policy development and financial planning to meet the goals specific to the Business Development Division.  Read more>>


 

 

Posted August 27, 2014

 ​​The Department of Administrative Services (DAS), Labor Relations Unit (LRU), which is part of the Chief Human Resources Office, is recruiting for experienced human resource professionals to fill one (1) State Labor Relations Manager position.

LRU negotiates 34 collective bargaining agreements for approximately 28,000 represented state employees within the executive branch of state government as well as negotiate four collective bargaining agreements for approximately 30,000 non-state employees providing support, oversight and supervision of citizens in need. Each labor relations manager exercises significant professional discretionary judgment within established policy parameters to help insure uninterrupted service delivery to Oregonians and is responsible to establish the tenor of the labor relations environment for the State by acting as spokesperson for the Governor on behalf of the Executive Branch agencies in complex labor negotiations  Read more>>



Posted 8/22/2014

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Deputy Human Resources Director located in Salem.

The OHA Deputy HR Director provides oversight and feedback on human resource activities that include, but are not limited to: wellness and safety; employee training and development; organizational advancement; criminal history checks; employment related civil rights issues; employee records management; HR data and analysis; and classification and compensation services.  Read more>>



Posted 8/15/2014

PERS, Oregon’s Public Employees Retirement System is searching for an Executive Director. The Executive Director oversees the statewide administration and delivery of an integrated program of retirement, disability, death, deferred compensation, and retiree health insurance benefits to 332,000 members (95% of Oregon's public employees) and 925 state and local government employers, with $70 billion in trust fund assets (the 16th largest public retirement fund in the nation), an average of $6 billion in annual contributions and earnings, and some $4 billion in annual benefit payments (85% of which are distributed in Oregon).  Read more>>