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Access your employee email​ from an OYA-issued and authorized computer or phone and log in with your OYA credentials.

​Access OYANet​ from your OYA-issued and authorized computer or phone and log in with your OYA credentials.

For information on employment opportunities within OYA, log in to your Workday account, select the Career worklet, and view internal-find jobs.
 
For information on other state employment opportunities, click Oregon State Job Openings​.​


​Oregon Youth Authority Training Academy

OYA provides trainings for staff at all levels of experience. OYA also offers collaborative training with vendors and partners. Topics include safety, security, treatment, and leadership skills that address today’s issues for staff working with youth in close-custody populations.
For more information, email oyatraining@oya.state.or.us​ or visit the OYA Training Academy​.
 

National Institute of Corrections (NIC)

The NIC Learning Center is a gateway to world-class learning opportunities for correctional professionals. The Learning Center offers a range of courses in correctional and leadership and management topics. All training and services are provided free of charge to eligible correctional practitioners. Learn more at the National Institute of Corrections Training​ website.

Workday Learning

Workday, the statewide human resource information system, includes a learning management system for state employees and extended partners who have Workday Learning accounts..  Log into the Workday Learning environment and open the Learning worklet to access online course registration and delivery, including e-learning content. 
 

​Job Fairs

Learn about upcoming events near you by clicking here​.

Community College

Contact a local community college​ for short-term training courses or classes to help enhance work skills.​

Other Career Development Resources

Criminal Justice Programs

​What to report

An information security “event” is when OYA information is, or is at risk to be, handled or accessed outside normal operations. The information can be in electronic, hard copy, or verbal form.

When an information security event involves information protection; is unwanted, unexpected or accident; shows harm, intent to harm, or significant threat of harm; or the response requires nonroutine action – you need to report it!

(Example: You lost your mobile phone or laptop that contains youth or other restricted information.)

How to report 

1. Verbally notify your supervisor or officer-of-the-day (OD).  

2. Call the Information Systems Service Desk (503) 378-4333. You can leave a voicemail if you have to.

3. Write a summary of what happened in an email and send it to is.workorder@oya.state.or.us​. Make sure “Information Security Event” is the subject of the email. 

Your email should include: 
  • The nature of the event (what happened​);  
  • What information is at risk (e.g., youth info, payroll, social security numbers);  
  • If there is any further risk; and  
  • What steps have been taken to mitigate the risk, if any.
4. You’re done! The Service Desk has an internal procedure to contact the information security incident point of contact (IPOC) about the event. The IPOC will then follow our agency response plan.

​Use Workday​ to manage your career, apply for in-state jobs, fill out job performance evaluations, and more. Your Workday username is your state number starting with OR.

​​Access the InTime​ self service employee portal.

Log in to DAS IT's ePayroll​ to view your electronic paystubs.​



Contact

Human Resources
503-373-7552

Related Links

OYA Training Academy

Jobs at OYA

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