Employee resources and state workforce

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The DAS – Chief Human Resources Office is in the process of revamping the State Certified HR Professional (SCHRP) credentialing program into three different training programs and anticipate rolling out the new training programs in early 2023. Click on the links below to learn more about each training program.

The DAS – Chief Human Resources Office (CHRO) is promoting a workforce culture of lifelong learning, professional recognition, and personal growth. These training programs are a vehicle for professional growth for current HR professionals and those who want to move into an HR career in Oregon state government. 

​This training program will be piloted the summer/fall of 2022 and will be rolled out statewide in early 2023.​​

This training program will provide a high-level overview of human resources for participants who aren't in an HR role. The purpose of this level is to give non-HR employees exposure to the field of HR to determine if that is a career path, they would be interested in.​

The target audience is current Oregon state government employees who want to explore moving into HR. 

For more information about the program click here​.

​​​​​​This training program is for current Oregon state government employees who are in entry, mid-level, or senior level HR positions. The purpose of this training program is to provide HR Professionals technical knowledge and skill in the different functions of HR in Oregon state government.

Participants must apply to be considered for this training program. The application link for cohort 1 will be posted here on August 1, 2022.

For more information about the program click here​.

​​​​​This training program will be piloted the fall of 2022 and will be rolled out statewide in early 2023.

The past several years have seen an evolution of the HR function within organizations from an administrative unit to more of a strategic partner. Strategic human resource management involves a future-oriented process of developing and implementing HR programs that address and solve business problems and directly contribute to major long-term agency objectives. These trends are compelling the need for HR professionals to redefine themselves and learn to take on the role as a strategic business partner who is working collaboratively with both management and employees. Today's work environment provides HR Professionals the opportunity to reorient their agency's perception of HR not as an administrative unit, but as a contributing strategic partner. This training program will provide the knowledge and skills for HR Professionals to move towards the role of a strategic business partner.  

This training program is for current Oregon state government employees who are in senior or executive level HR positions.​

To participate in this program there will be an application process and the person will need to have completed the Functions of HR training program. After completing both training programs, graduates will receive the State Certified HR Professional certificate. The completion of the certification is considered the equivalent of six months of human resource professional-level experience. 

This training program will cover:

  1. HR Management
    • HR Business Partner Framework
    • The Evolution of HR
    • Developing Your HR Competencies
    • Managing Projects
    • Introduction to Change Management
    • Managing Investigations
  2. Self-Awareness & Relationship Management
    • Introduction to Emotional Intelligence
    • Understanding Your Work Styles
    • Planning and Prioritizing Your Time
    • Effective Problem Solving and Decision Making
    • Communicating with Credibility and Trust
    • Managing Conflict
    • Managing in a Hybrid Work Environment
  3. HR as a Strategic Business Partner
    • Building Your Influencing Skills
    • HRs Role as a Coach and Internal Consultant
    • Strategic HR Planning
    • Building the Capacity for Change
    • Building a Strategic Workforce Plan
    • Integrating DEI Throughout the Organization
​This web site contains forms, tools, toolkits, and other information for HR professionals.

Click here​ to access the resources.
​​This guide was designed for HR professionals and is a compilation of basic HR procedures, information and resources right at your fingertips.

To view the guide click here​.
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​For more information about the program contact​ Brandy Meng at
brandy.meng@das.oregon.gov


Functions of HR Program Application

Click here to apply for the program.​


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