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About Human Resources

The Chief Human Resource Office and the Enterprise Human Resources Division (together formerly known as the Human Resource Services Division (HRSD) of the Department of Administrative Services provides direction and services to state agencies in maintaining a stable and qualified workforce for Oregon state government. Its activities include classification and compensation, HR management and consultation, HR systems, labor relations, statewide recruitment and training.

Under the law, some agencies have authority to manage their workforce independent of DAS administrative rules, policies, and personnel reporting systems. Examples include Oregon Lottery, Oregon Judicial Department, the Oregon University System and Oregon's semi-independent boards and commissions.
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Report: How Employee Positions are Created, Budgeted and Used

This report, prepared in June 2008, provides a general introduction to budget-related issues for state employees and their positions. It also answers some frequently asked questions about state employees and the budget.

Click on the link below to access the report.

How Employee Positions are Created, Budgeted and Used (.pdf, 92KB)

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State Employee Salary as of June 30, 2013

Each annual salary listed in this report is 12 times that particular employee's monthly adjusted salary rate as of June 30, 2013. "Annual Salary" includes most differential payments (such as work-out-of-classification and bilingual differential), but excludes payments for overtime, shift differential, benefits, and vacation payout. The report does not account for unpaid furlough leave that management employees began taking in fiscal year 2010-2011; neither does it reflect step decreases and unpaid furlough leave that some classified employees began taking after June 2009.
 
This report does not include annual salaries for employees of the Oregon University System, semi-independent agencies, temporary employees, or records protected by court order. 

Click on the link below to view the State Employee Salary data in .CSV format.

State Employee Salary (.CSV)

You can also view the data in a Data Viewer as seen below.

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State Employee Salary as of June 30, 2013: Data Viewer

For your convenience a Data Viewer has been embedded below. Click on the search icon in the upper left hand corner of the frame to search for specific information contained within the data file.
 
For more views of the data, to download the file in various formats, or to print the data, click on MENU in the top right hand corner of the viewer. You may also select "Discuss this Dataset" via the MENU and leave comments about the data. (Note: Please see the data.oregon.gov data moderation policy prior to leaving comments.)
 
 

 State Employee Salary as of June 30, 2013

 

 
To access the full capabilities of interacting with and manipulating the data in various ways click on the icon just below and to the right of the menu at the top right hand corner of the frame.  This will open up a new window and redirect the user to Oregon’s National Award Winning website: data.oregon.gov.  Here the user will be able to take full advantage of multiple tools to download, visualize, create graphs, create maps, filter data to mention a few.
 
These tools are available by clicking on the tabs located on the right just above the column headers.  For example, the expenditures data can be downloaded in a variety of formats including CSV, JSON, PDF, XLX, and XML to name a few. To download the data select "Export" (blue tab) and then select the "Format" from the available formats.  To visualize data select “Visualize” (green tab).  The user can also create maps, graphs and filtered views and embed those views on other websites.   If the data changes in the master dataset on data.oregon.gov the embedded views will automatically be updated.
 
Data.oregon.gov is powered by the Socrata platform. You can find many good resources on how to use the platform to socialize data by visiting the Socrata Knowledge Base and Community Forums.

If you need assistance, have general questions, comments, or suggestions for additions to the web site, please e-mail us at oregon.transparency@oregon.gov, or use our online form.  c

Oregon University System: Annual Employee Salary Reports

These reports list salary data for the Oregon University System as of June 30, 2013. This data reflects the annual salary rate based on assigned primary duties and work effort at that time. It does not include payments for overtime, shift differential, benefits, vacation payout, etc. This salary data may not reconcile to a full-time annualized salary rate or actual wages paid. Reasons include fluctuations in work effort, number of months worked in a year, and terms and conditions of employment that change over time. 
 
​OUS Division
Salary Reports
​Chancellor's Office ​Data Viewer
​Eastern Oregon University Data Viewer
​Oregon Institute of Technology Data Viewer
​Oregon State University Data Viewer
​Portland State University ​Data Viewer
​Southern Oregon University Data Viewer
​University of Oregon Data Viewer
​Western Oregon University Data Viewer
 

 Viewing the OUS Salary Reports

Click on a "Data Viewer" link and a new window will open and redirect you to data.oregon.gov. You will be able to view the data and take full advantage of multiple tools to download, visualize, create graphs, create maps, and filter data.

Data.oregon.gov is powered by the Socrata platform. You can find many good resources on how to use the platform to socialize data by visiting the Socrata Knowledge Base and Community Forums.

If you need assistance, have general questions, comments, or suggestions for additions to the web site, please e-mail us at oregon.transparency@oregon.gov, or use our online form.  ack to Top

State Employee Salary: Historical Reports

Each year the Oregon.gov transparency web site is updated, and state employee salary information from  previous years' are provided through the links below. 

Fiscal Year 2013 Salary Information

Fiscal Year 2012 Salary Information

Fiscal Year 2011 Salary Information 
 
Fiscal Year 2010 Salary Information

Fiscal Year 2009 Salary Information
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