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    This full-time management service position is with the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development in Salem. The position is part of the Director's office.

    The mission of the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development is to help communities and citizens plan for, protect and improve the built and natural systems that provide a high quality of life. In partnership with citizens and local governments, we foster sustainable and vibrant communities and protect our natural resources legacy. 

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Advises, consults and problem solves with managers and employees on complex human resource matters. Advises supervisors on developing and communicating performance expectations and on appropriate course of action when employees fail to meet performance expectations, including recommending appropriate disciplinary measures. Investigates employee performance or behavior issues, complaints or grievance facts. Interviews witnesses to decide facts; Integrate information to write report of findings and recommends appropriate personnel action to management. Write formal disciplinary actions for Director's signature. Mediate disputes. Lead disciplinary and employee dismissal meetings. Serves as Appointing Authority for personnel related documents.

    Interprets and administers collective bargaining. Advises administration and managers in the prevention and resolution of all matters relating to employee/labor relations. Communicates and negotiates with union representatives and employees to resolve or respond to grievances including developing formal Settlement Agreements. Confers with union representatives to negotiate resolution to grievances. Support collective bargaining by researching, gathering facts, and analyzing data, laws, rules and precedents and providing subject matter expertise at the bargaining table. Prepares responses to grievances for own or others' signature. Liaison with AFSCME, Department of Justice, Department of Administrative Services (DAS), Employment Relations Board, and Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI). Prepares strike plan. Ensures compliance of all employee/labor related matters. Testify in human resource/labor relations matters at hearings, arbitration, and court actions.

    Determines need for training and organizational development activities and develops, provides, or identifies providers for training or programs to meet department objectives.
    Ensures managers and employees receive appropriate training in various aspects of human resource management and labor relations, contract administration, discrimination and harassment, personnel policies and procedures, laws and rules, and other issues pertaining to good personnel practices; participates and conducts new employee orientation.

    Identify, recommend and develop internal policies and procedures relating to human resources for interpretation and compliance with federal and state laws, personnel statutes, and collective bargaining rules.

    Serve as Agency FMLA/OFLA and ADA coordinator. Ensures agency is in compliance with American's with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Federal and Oregon Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA/OFLA). Administers FMLA/OFLA for agency which includes reviewing and approving documents requesting leave and updating policies and procedures. Advise employees on benefits during periods of leave or disability. Gives training to staff and managers on rights and responsibilities regarding FMLA/OFLA and ADA.

    Responsible for the processing, accuracy, and retention fo the Personnel and Position Database (PPDB) and personnel records. Enters, monitors and tracks personnel actions by applying the collective bargaining provisions, state rules, policies and procedures. Updates agency organization chart.

    Coordinates employee annual performance evaluations and position description updates, tracks completion dates to ensure the Agency is meeting the labor contract and DAS rules.

    Safety/Risk/SAIF Coordinator for the agency. Keeps records required by SAIF and Risk Management. Responds to injury on the job reporting and monitors workplace safety issues.

    Analyzes and determines appropriate classification for positions. Coordinates classification studies; conducts job reviews and desk audits through on-site observation and employee/supervisor interviews. Analyzes information and compares with job specifications; reviews position descriptions for format, style, clarity, content, and recommends appropriate classification for positions; in consultation with Deputy Director, approves or denies reclassification requests; allocates positions in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and overtime eligibility. Responds to employee, union or management requests for classification. Coordinates with Budget Officer on position inventory and permanent financing issues.

    Serves as the agency Affirmative Action Officer; provides technical assistance, advice and training to managers and employees of their rights and responsibilities to eliminate harassment; investigates discrimination, harassment, and BOLI complaints and prepares written reports of findings; identify areas where disparity exists and work with senior staff to develop action strategies to overcome disparity. Assist managers in recruiting and placing affirmative action applicants. Prepare agency Affirmative Action Plan. Review and update statistical reports for federal government, EEOC and Governor's office.

    Administers the delegated recruitment, examination and selection process. Discuss recruitment needs with managers and supervisors and advises on selection methods and procedures. Interprets and applies policies, laws, regulations and collective bargaining contracts to recruitment, selection, and hiring practices and procedures. Collaborates with managers to plan recruitment strategy and develop selection criteria and interview questions. Writes recruiting announcements. Evaluates applicant resumes, application forms and/or response to questions to determine if minimum qualifications are met. Coordinates grading of applications and examinations. Coordinates interview panels. Discusses job openings with employees and applicants and advises regarding application process. Coordinate new employee orientation. Verifies references and background information as needed. Arranges for driving record checks as appropriate.

    Advises managers on procedures to hire state temporary workers. Monitors temporary appointments for compliance with policy and procedures.

    Supports the department's performance management program.  Convenes work groups, facilitates problem solving sessions, and assists staff and managers to identify and remove road blocks to achieving department performance metrics and improving processes.

    Attends regular meetings with other state agencies using performance management systems to learn and share best practices for implementation?.

    Engages staff and managers in development and maintenance of performance metrics.  Works with Deputy Director and scorecard manager to facilitate, document and/or support quarterly target review sessions.

    This position works in an office environment. Professional work week required to meet deadlines and to attend collective bargaining meetings. Interacts with others while dealing with sensitive and potentially volatile situations. Requires flexibility to prioritize and juggle priorities to meet competing and shifting demands.

    Qualifications, Required & Requested Skills

    • A Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management, Business Administration, Public Administration, or a related field; and three years of Human Resource professional-level experience related to the position; OR 

    • Valid certification as a Professional in Human Resources awarded by the Human Resource Certification Institute or Society for Human Resource Management; OR

    • Six years Human Resource experience related to the position. Four of the six years must have been at the professional-level.


    • Able to brainstorm and find creative solutions to problems;

    • Skills or experience as a group facilitator - experience with process improvement activities is a plus;

    • Broad generalist background in human resources, that included labor relations and/or bargaining, coaching and performance management, classification, recruitment, and risk management;

    • Experience implementing plans, policies and processes; 

    • Strong writing skills; and

    • Experience in human resources in the state of Oregon a plus.

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    OSU-Cascades in Bend, Oregon invites applications for a full-time, 12-month, Human Resources Consultant 1 position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Associate VP Finance and Strategic Planning.

    The OSU-Cascades Human Resources Consultant 1 (HRC1) is responsible for performing a broad range of professional human resources functions, including, but not limited to: recruitment and selection, records and data management, unemployment insurance claims, staff fee eligibility, volunteer worker coordination, personnel policies, labor and employee relations, regulatory compliance and responding to multiple technical system user inquiries. The HRC1 is responsible for assisting administrators and supervisors in achieving goals and outcomes in the areas of diversity, affirmative action and equal opportunity, employee relations, labor relations, and management of personnel records. The Human Resources Consultant serves as advisor to supervisors and administrators regarding state, federal, OSU and OSU-Cascades, policies, collective bargaining agreements, and procedures in areas assigned. The HRC1 works independently under general guidance from theOSU-Cascades Human Resources Manager.

    OSU-Cascades, located in Bend, Ore., is a branch campus of Oregon State University. Established in 2001, the university currently enrolls more than 1,100 students in bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. The campus expanded to a four-year university in 2015, and opened its new campus in 2016. The branch campus has ambitious enrollment goals to reach 3,000 to 5,000 students by 2025. OSU-Cascades is engaged in building a culturally diverse and community-centric educational environment.



    THE OPPORTUNITY: The Office of Human Resources at Oregon Tech strivesto create an environmentwhere the university community thrives by being active participantsin promoting Oregon Tech’s vision, mission, and values and seeking to model best practicesthrough our core values. We are looking for individuals who sharesthis passion andwantsto be part of a vibrant HR team at one of the leading universitiesin the Northwest. We invite applicationsfor a full-time, 12-month position to begin inApril 2018 or as negotiated at the Klamath Falls, Oregon campus or as assigned. Oregon Tech offers competitive salaries with excellent benefits including comprehensive healthcare, a generous retirement and vacation package, and reduced tuition benefit. The successful candidate gainsthe exciting opportunity to join a highly collaborative team and the opportunity to expand functional areas depending upon knowledge,skills, and abilities.

    RESPONSIBILITIES: The Human Resource Consultant will provide guidance and consultation in any, some or all of the following: recruitment, classification, compensation, collective bargaining, labor relations, grievances, affirmative action, civil rights, training and development, performance management, program and policy development, organizational analysis, interpretation and application of laws, rules, policies, or other functions relating to human resources management. Primary focus of the position will be on classification, compensation, recruitment, and related activities. The Human Resource Consultant serves as a skilled, experienced, human resource consultant performing professional, human resource duties. The Human Resource Consultant is responsible for resolving complex or difficult human resource issues. The Human Resource Consultant plans and carries out work independently and with minimum supervision, utilizing knowledge of laws, policies and regulations. The Human Resource Consultant is responsible for prioritizing and managing issues within designated area of responsibility. The incumbent will also develop and provide formal training in their areas of expertise. The incumbent is responsible for managing work and project schedules to meet objectives and assignments. This position is responsible for formulating recommendations for actions related to those assignments and may establish schedules for activities of self and other department staff.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Required: • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or relevant field. Any combination of relevant education and/or experience may be substituted for the educational requirement on a year-for-year basis. • Three (3) or more years of progressively responsible human resource experience. • Demonstrated experience interpreting and applying laws, rules, policies, and procedures. • Demonstrated effective interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills. • A record of commitment to customer service and the application of appropriate flexibility in response to issues and opposing points of view. • Ability to work effectively in a high-traffic and frequent interruption environment. • Ability to adapt to changing priorities. • Ability to convey complex legal and policy information in a clear, non-technical manner. • Ability to address complex and potentially litigious issues with multiple parties and interests in a professional, confidential and unbiased manner. • Ability to conduct public presentations in a concise, informed and interactive manner on a variety of staff development and compliance topics. 2 • Proficiency in use of Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint, as well as databases and specialized programs. • Ability to maintain comprehensive and clear records of actions, findings, and source documents as indicated. Preferred: • Understanding of Title IX, ADA/Rehabilitation Act and Affirmative Action are essential. • Working knowledge of Oregon Tech and Oregon Public University policy, the collective bargaining agreement, and administrative rules.

    OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES: The Office of Human Resources (OHR) offers professional human resources services to Oregon Tech faculty, staff, students, and university community. OHR is responsible for developing and administering Oregon Tech’s human resources program that includes talent management, employment, labor relations, benefits, payroll, compensation, training and development, recognition, and other employee services. Our mission is to best serve Oregon Tech by being active participants in promoting Oregon Tech’s vision, mission, and values and seeking to model best practices through our Office’s core values. OHR partners with our faculty, staff, and leadership to support them in attaining their goals while protecting the interests of the University. For more information, visit:


    Worker’s Compensation Coordinator (Lebanon, OR)

    Our passion is providing world-class health care. On the job and off, each of our employees brings the skills and personal commitment to contribute to the health of the region we call home. If you're like the thousands of Samaritan professionals who aspire to serve others, join us. Samaritan Health Services is currently recruiting for a Worker’s Compensation Coordinator who will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of workers’ compensation programs for Samaritan Health Services (SHS), organizing administering and maintaining these programs in accordance with applicable state and federal regulations and working closely with Employee Health professionals to provide services and support to injured employees, as well as to ensure proper case management of open claims.


     Associate’s degree required. Experience may be accepted in lieu of Degree.  Advanced training in Workers’ Compensation laws and regulations required.  Three (3) years Workers’ Compensation experience in a position of similar responsibilities and/or complexities required.  Experience or training with Case Management, Employee Health & Safety principles required.  Experience or training with the Oregon State Workers’ Compensation system, the Employer-atInjury and Preferred Worker Programs and the Americans with Disabilities Act required.  Experience or training with MS Office, statistical analysis and database applications required.  Previous work experience in a healthcare or occupational health setting preferred.

    While this job is posted under Corvallis, the physical location for the position will be located in Lebanon. Schedule/Shift:  Full time  Day shift To apply online for this position, or for additional information about employment opportunities with Samaritan Health Services, please visit our website at: