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    Human Resources Generalist

    Smith Gardens

    The Aurora, Oregon site opened in 1997, and is located just 30 minutes south of Portland, Oregon in the beautiful Willamette Valley. The site spans 25 acres with 20 acres of greenhouse and 3 acres of field space. In 2013, we added a 3-acre State-of-the-art glass greenhouse which has allowed the facility to repurpose 40,000 gallons of water every day helping to reduce our carbon footprint.

    Job Summary:

    This position is responsible for managing all human resource programs associated with the Aurora, Oregon site, including but not limited to, recruiting, onboarding, compliance, benefits and training. This position will also administer and execute all company-wide human resource initiatives.

    Responsibilities and Duties:

    • Recruit all site staff and lead positions. Coordinate with Home Office for supervisor level and above positions.
    • Ensure department staffing levels align with labor plan.
    • Process and maintain E-Verify for all site employees.
    • Conduct new employee orientation and site onboarding.
    • Maintain accurate employee files, input data into HRIS system and forward employee files to Home Office.
    • Work with managers and employees to create a safe work environment.
    • Ensure proper incident reporting, including incident report forms and back to work status for injured workers.
    • Function as the time clock administrator for site and provides timekeeping training.
    • Assist in benefit enrollment of eligible employees and answers benefit questions.
    • Maintain compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment.
    • Coordinate all site recognition activities, events and programs.
    • Collaborate on the development and implementation of employee development trainings.
    • Conduct and track site specific trainings.
    • Respond to staff inquiries.
    • Investigate, document and resolve employee relations complaints using best practices.
    • Support supervisors and managers in performance management.
    • Participate in Continuous Improvement projects and activities.

    Qualifications and Skills:

    • Ability to quickly learn and apply new skills and adapt in a fast-paced high-energy environment.
    • High degree of integrity, confidentiality and organization skills.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication and conflict resolution skills.
    • Ability to work in team environment and desire to collaborate ideas and strategies.
    • Strong analytical, planning and execution skills with great attention to detail.
    • Fiscal responsibility (pays attention to budgets and expenses)


    • May occasionally supervise the work of a seasonal/temp employee.


    • Minimum of 4 years HR experience
    • Minimum of 2 years recruiting experience
    • HR Certification and/or Associates Degree preferred.
    • Strong knowledge of state employment law, federal law and regulations and HR best practices.
    • Strong MS Office skills required.
    • HRIS experience preferred.
    • Bilingual (English/Spanish) required ..

    To learn more about our company & view a more detailed job description, visit our website at


    Qualified candidates should send a resume to or apply online. We look forward to hearing from you!


    The above is intended to describe the general content of and qualifications for the job. It is not an exhaustive statement of all functions, duties or qualifications.


    Smith Gardens provides equal employment opportunity to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal or state law.




    We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including immediate PTO accrual, Medical, Dental and Vision after 30 days plus matching 401(k) and Company-Paid LTD after one year.


    Job Type: Full-time


    Human Resource Analyst 2/Classification and Compensation Analyst

    Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS)/Office of Human Resources

    he Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS)/Office of Human Resources is currently recruiting for the position of Human Resource Analyst 2/Classification and Compensation Analyst. 


    We are seeking an experienced human resources professional looking for a fast paced, full-time position where they will perform administrative, technical, and analytical work in support of the State of Oregon Classification and Compensation System.


    What is this position all about?

    You will join a human resources team of talented individuals charged with complex classification reviews.  This includes making recommendations and guidance for pay equity analysis; providing training and advice based on detailed research and analysis; and preparing reports and findings.


    This is what you need
    A Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior or Development, Business or Public Administration, the Applied Behavioral Sciences, Industrial Relations or a job-related course of study; and two years of Human Resource professional-level experience related to the position. OR

    Valid Certification as a Professional in Human Resource (PHR or SHRM-CP or higher) awarded by the Human Resource Certification Institute or the Society for Human Resource Management, and three years Human Resource professional-level experience related to the position. OR

    Five years Human Resource experience related to the position. Three of the five years must have been at the professional-level.

    Where do I go for more information?


    For application materials and complete listing of duties and responsibilities visit Oregon Jobs and search for job Location - Salem/Job Posting number DHS17-1244.



    Human Resources Assistant

    Location: Corvallis - Children's Farm Home Campus 

    Program/Department: Human Resources 

    Schedule: 40/hours Week - Monday thru Friday






    HR Generalist

    ATI, Albany OR



    ATI has a HR Generalist position currently available with our ATI Cast Products division.  We offer competitive wages, profit sharing, generous 401k and a comprehensive benefits package.  As with any world-wide organization, there is opportunity for growth and development, but what people often do not realize, if you want to stay local, ATI has four manufacturing facilities right here in Oregon’s Willamette Valley!  That makes us one of the larger manufacturing facilities south of Portland.


    Come be part of the team, you could be the person we’re looking for!  Job description can be found at the link provided:


    Position is open until filled, but we will begin to review resumes September 25, 2017


    HR Manager

    Corvallis, Oregon

    Established company is hiring an experienced HR Manager. Requires a customer service oriented mindset. Experienced with safety program administration and compliance.

    The ideal candidate will have experience working for a privately held company with a hands on CEO.

    Requires a minimum of 5 years of HR Generalist experience

    Effective written and verbal communication skills.

    Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience

    PHR, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP or SPHR preferred

    Apply Here


    Human Resources Mananer

    Oregon State University Bookstore

    Key Responsibilities

    • Advise CEO and staff on relevant employment law, policies, procedures, rules and regulations to maintain a healthy and productive work environment for employees. Communicate information with all staff to effectively implement human resource-related initiatives and policies in a thorough and professional manner. Monitor the work environment to ensure that operations maintain the established standards and compliance with employment law.
    • Manage all recruitments, approving all position descriptions, minimum and preferred qualifications, physical requirements, and appropriate pay rates. Lead and/or monitor the interview/selection processes and approve hires.
    • Maintain a standard performance evaluation system. Review feedback and recommend developmental programs. Effectively resolve performance and/or behavioral problems in a consistent and professional manner.
    • Approve all systems for recording and processing payroll for exempt and nonexempt staff. Maintain operating procedures to ensure the accuracy and effectiveness of the payroll cycle.
    • Negotiate and manage contracts for welfare benefits. Communicate information to eligible employees and process enrollments. Reconcile and approve premium and fee payments to vendors. Assist employees/beneficiaries with claims and appeals. Effectively resolve problems in a thorough and professional manner.
    • Administer the 401(k) Retirement and Savings Plan. Perform annual due diligence to determine effectiveness of the plan. Facilitate changes, modifications and amendments to meet regulatory requirements. Communicate information to eligible employees and participants, process enrollments, contributions, and distributions. Prepare and submit annual IRS reports. Perform plan discrimination and other testing.
    • Lead the workplace safety committee, wellness programs, and related initiatives. Respond to workplace accidents, including reporting and follow-up with relevant agencies.


    Minimum Qualifications

    • BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university
    • Ability to effectively use spreadsheet, database, and HRIS software
    • Ability to analyze statistical and other data sets to ensure compliance with laws and regulations
    • Experience in welfare benefit administration
    • Experience in administration of retirement and savings plans
    • Ability to mediate and resolve problems with a diverse group of team members in a professional manner
    • Ability to interact in a professional manner through verbal and written communications with employees, customers, vendors, and others


    Preferred Qualifications

    • Experience in the development and administration of all human resources functions for a small corporation
    • Proven skill in strategic planning to maintain current programs or initiate new programs
    • Proven skill in a leadership capacity and having served as an effective member of a management team


    Physical Demands

    Use a computer keyboard; read a computer screen; use a telephone; use standard office equipment to process documents, lift 25 pounds; travel to company locations within a 150 mile radius.



    Apply . . .

     Submit detailed letter of application and resume to

    Human Resources Manager

    Oregon State University Bookstore, Inc.

    PO Box 489

    Corvallis, OR 97339.



    Human Resources Manager

    Special Districts Association of Oregon, Salem Oregon


    Special Districts Association of Oregon (SDAO) is seeking a Human Resources Manager to provide administration, coordination, and evaluation of SDAO’s internal human resource function and consulting services and trainings to SDAO’s special district members. 


    SDAO, located in Salem, Oregon, is a not-for-profit association of special districts and other local government entities in Oregon. We provide advocacy with state administrative agencies and other units of government, training, information resources, and other support programs. SDAO has grown its membership to over 900 local government members and we serve over 6,000 special district board members, staff, and volunteers.


    Under the direct supervision of the Director of Legal Services, this position is responsible for (but not limited to):


    • Developing and administering various human resources plans and procedures for all company personnel.
    • Implementing and updating the compensation program.
    • Recruitment process of all exempt, nonexempt, and temporary employees.
    • Managing and assisting other management personnel with employment related issues.
    • Developing and locating resource materials that SDAO members can use for internal human resource needs.
    • Maintaining a model employee handbook that is distributed to SDAO members.
    • Assisting members with review of employee handbooks, development of HR policies and procedures, and customization of member job descriptions.
    • Writing articles to distribute to members.
    • Providing general telephone and electronic communication HR support to members.
    • Providing trainings to members by periodically speaking at regional HR training workshops held at multiple locations throughout Oregon.

    Required knowledge, abilities, and skills of interested candidates should include:

    • High-level verbal and written communication skills.
    • Consultation experience.
    • Exceptional public speaking skills.
    • Critical evaluation ability.
    • Excellent computer skills.
    • Ability to work independently.

    Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree and five years of human resource experience, or nine years of experience in the HR field. SHRM Certified Professional or SHRM Senior Certified Professional credential is preferred.

    Competitive salary and employer paid benefits provided.

    To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter to: Please see the full job description at for more information and position details.



    HR Generalist

    Georgia Pacific

    End date 07/01/2017

    Who is Georgia-Pacific? Watch to find out!

    We have an opening for a Human Resources Generalist to work in partnership with managers and employees at our facility located in Toledo, Oregon.  Toledo is located approximately one hour west of Corvallis near Newport, just seven miles inland from the Central Oregon Coast.  Toledo is a union facility which employs approximately 400 people. The HR Generalist will work in partnership with HR and plant leadership regarding human resources, driving human resource initiatives designed to support continuous improvement of performance in the plant. This role provides opportunities to integrate all areas of plant human resources: employee relations, recruiting, development, compensation, and labor strategy.

    A Day In The Life Typically Includes:

    • Involvement in day-to-day human resources activities such as absentee / turnover control, internal job posting/selection, entry level staffing, new hire orientations, leave administration, etc.  
    • Continuously advance the company’s talent position through coaching, mentoring, analyzing, and strategizing as an important part of the site leadership team.
    • Ensure employees connect with how they drive value for the company.
    • Identify talent gaps (individually and organizationally) that are obstacles to superior results and coach supervisors on the development of gap closure plans. Utilize selection and performance management processes to select, coach and retain talent aligned with Market Based Management®.
    • Understand, develop, apply, and coach employees on our culture of Market Based Management®. 
    • Contract interpretation and grievance process management.
    • Identify HR Compliance risks and develop gap closure plans to address risks while implementing a systematic approach to maintaining compliance. 
    • Interpreting policies and practices. 
    • Investigating questions and/or complaints; resolving employee relations issues and using each complaint/issue as opportunity to understand the true root cause and develop a plan to resolve the root cause. 
    • Drive innovation in HR functions and processes. 

    What You Will Need:

    Basic Qualifications:


    • Bachelor’s degree or higher.
    • At least 1 year of experience in an HR Generalist role (including experience in the GP HR Associate program).


    What Will Put You Ahead?

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Experience in a union environment.
    • At least 3 years of experience in an HR Generalist role.
    • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Human Resources.
    • HR experience working in a manufacturing or industrial environment.
    • Experience working with SAP, Kronos, and Taleo.



    Want to learn more about Georgia-Pacific?

    Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.
    We are an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran
    Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.

    This employer uses E-Verify. Please visit the following website for additional information:



    Assistant Director of Career Development

    Oregon State University

    The Office of Career Services is seeking an Assist Dir- Career Development (COE). This is a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term professional faculty position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Director.

    The Assistant Director is a member of the career development center team which collaboratively works to provide leadership and vision in developing, implementing and enforcing plans, policies, procedures, systems, programs and performance standards designed to effectively deliver comprehensive career services to the OSU College of Engineering.

    The Assistant Director is responsible for building and maintaining collaborative cross-campus relationships to support the career development and success of students.


    For additional information and to apply please click on the link below.


    Employee Relations Generalist

    Samaritan Health Services (Lebanon, OR)

    Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital is seeking an Employee Relations Generalist. This position performs a wide variety of both complex and routine Human Resources tasks. Develops and maintains relationships with managers and employees to promote employee engagement. Conducts manager and employee education and orientation, and is responsible for conflict resolution, investigations, and assisting with corrective action and terminations.


    The Human Resources team at Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital provides a professional, fair and knowledgeable approach to supporting employees, management, volunteers, candidates and visitors.

    While Recruitment, Training, and Compensation & Benefits functions are centralized, those departments and the Human Resources team work hand-in-hand to provide excellent service.


    If you are looking for rewarding work in a supportive environment with competitive pay and excellent benefits, please apply online at