Due to the high volume of inquiries, there may be a delay in hearing back from a member of our team.
EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS ELECTRONIC APPLICATION
You will be instructed to create a Workday profile using an email and password.
The Electronic Application will capture the same material as the previously used Interest Form. It is a basic application that tells our office about you, your background and why you want to participate on a Governor-appointed Board or Commission. You will need to include your resume, a short personal bio, and answers to supplemental questions. In addition, applicants are subject to a background check and additional vetting may apply for some board positions. Notifying us about something in your past does not necessarily mean that you can’t or won’t be appointed; but it is important that you disclose this information in the beginning of the process. Please ensure your fiscal responsibilities are in order when applying. Non-compliant issues may delay or jeopardize your potential appointment.
If you are unable to complete the form electronically, please reach out to the Executive Appointments Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
You may apply at any time, regardless of whether there is a current opening, as resignations occur throughout the year. Once you submit your Electronic Application, it will be remain on file with our office until the end of December 2022. If you are being actively considered for an appointment, you will hear from either the Governor’s Office or the Board Administrator directly.
- Board Book (updated 2018)
- Please note that we are in the process of updating the Board Book. Some of the information currently listed may be outdated. Please reach out to our office if you have specific questions about a Board/Commission.
- To get a deeper sense of what to expect of Board or Commission service, please check out the Membership Handbook. This will give you all of the details of Board or Commission service and will offer up sound advice about what it means to join a Board of Commission.
In addition to the resources listed above, most Boards and Commissions have their own websites. This is another way to learn about the specific details of service on a Board or Commission that interests you. Note: Not all boards have websites.
BOARD AND COMMISSION MEMBER COMPENSATION
Oregon law allows state Board and Commission members to receive statutory per diem compensation and reimbursement of certain expenses for each day or portion thereof which they spend time performing Board or Commission duties. House Bill 2992, which was passed during the 2021 Legislative session, is intended to reduce systemic barriers to participation in state Boards and Commissions. Please refer to the FAQ document below to learn more about the implementation of HB 2992.