Req # R557. Application deadline: May 6, 2024, 12pm Pacific Time.

Salary Range: $66,984‏‏‎ ‎-‏‏‎ ‎$78,805 annually. Full-time position.

Job Description

As Oregon’s leading workers’ compensation insurer, we work hard to make Oregon the safest place to work. But it takes many people working together to get the job done. 

We lead the industry in quality claims management and drive innovation through exceptional customer care, technology, and a commitment to making a difference. When workers are injured on the job, adjusters determine benefits, manage costs, and help them recover and get back to work. Adjusters also serve as voices of reassurance for workers, employers, and others involved as they navigate the workers’ compensation system.   

We are looking for individuals from a variety of backgrounds, that reside in Oregon and southern Washington, with a strong desire to learn and to serve others. Adjuster experience is not required. Those selected will enter our paid claims adjuster training program, which will take place starting in July 2024. During training, individuals will be given the tools and knowledge needed to be successful in the role and we will help you prepare for the adjuster certification exam. Once you have successfully passed the exam, you will learn and practice key components of managing claims. Training plans and placement may differ based on individual knowledge and experience. We offer flexibility in either a remote or in-office environment, so having a distraction-free area to work and learn is imperative.

This is a fast-paced job, and to do it well, you will need a balance of excellent customer service, a strong work ethic, communication, and analytical skills. Our customers live across all areas of Oregon and adjusters may need to meet face-to-face at times, so the ability and willingness to understand our customer needs is a must. If you’d like a challenging and rewarding career helping Oregon workers and employers, please apply today.

NOTE: This position requires that you work from one of SAIF’s offices or remotely from your home in Oregon or Southwest Washington. Flexible workers may be required to travel to one of SAIF’s offices.


  • Attend and acquire knowledge through a formal training program consisting of classroom training and on-the-job training (OJT) experiences to obtain the basic skills and knowledge needed to provide claims management services.  Training will provide information concerning laws, regulations, administrative rules, corporate policies and procedures and claims management systems that affect the processing of workers’ compensation claims.
  • Participate in OJT experiences in both compensability and disabling claims functions to apply knowledge to actual case situations. Participate in on-going training opportunities to develop skills in all aspects of claims management, benefits/benefits entitlement, and customer service.
  • Develop skills in evaluating claims information to determine compensability, benefit entitlements, claim reserves, and settlement parameters based on claims analysis. 
  • Review assigned claims; develops, initiates, and follows through on plans of action. Investigates and obtains medical reports and other information required to make appropriate benefit decisions and manage claims. Ensures timely processing of claim documents based on state regulatory guidelines.
  • Analyze claim information, establish reserves up to a $10,000 authority limit for the ultimate probable cost, and document justification.  Refer claims exceeding personal reserving authority to supervisor or designee for approval.  Communicate reserve decisions to all interested parties. Re-evaluate and adjust reserves as claim exposure changes.
  • Establish settlement value and settle within authority from supervisor or director.  Negotiate settlements with unrepresented injured workers or legal counsel.
  • Authorize and ensure timely and accurate payment of benefits based on applicable statute and administrative rules. 
  • Maintain claim records and prepare claim documentation per corporate policies and standards to ensure full compliance with workers’ compensation laws and rules.
  • Collaborate with interested parties as needed to coordinate claims management activities and claim resolution.
  • Visit and consult with policyholders and agents to discuss claims status and action plans.
  • Mitigate claims costs by referring claims with a potential for specialized cost containment services to business partners.
  • Manage claims issues until the claims are no longer active. Take action to resolve claims through closure or settlement and/or effects changes in benefit entitlement. Expedites resolution of litigation where possible.
  • Comply with the initial examiner certification requirement of successfully passing the final examination and continuing education requirements in accordance with the Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs), Chapter 436, Division 55, to ensure continued certification as a workers’ compensation claims examiner. 
  • Explore diverse perspectives and consistently behave sensitively toward differences in cultural norms, expectations, and ways of communicating. Work effectively with others who have different perspectives, backgrounds, and/or work styles.
  • Continually sustain the Inclusive Leadership Competencies (ILC) through the Explorer level on an annual basis.

Recommended qualifications

  • One or more years of increasingly responsible work experience.
  • A bachelor’s degree in the humanities, liberal arts, business, or a related field is preferred. 
  • Have or have the ability to obtain certification as a claims examiners in accordance with ORS 656.780 and Chapter 436 – Division 55.
  • Other combinations of skills and experience may be considered.

Next steps

To receive consideration, please submit your resume with a cover letter by the close of this recruitment. We want your submission to count, so be sure it’s complete.

This recruitment will close at noon on Monday May 6, 2024.

If a sufficient number of qualified applications are received this recruitment may close early.

Compensation & Benefits: Typical hiring range:‏‏‎ ‎$66,984‏‏‎ ‎-‏‏‎ ‎$78,805.‏‏‎ ‎The pay range for this position is annually based on a full-time schedule. Actual compensation will be determined using factors such as experience, skills, training, certifications & education. 

SAIF provides a wide range of benefits to employees who work at least 20 hours per week, including health care, retirement savings plans, paid time off, and more. For additional information about SAIF’s total rewards, visit our website at: Total rewards (

*Note that eligibility and cost of benefits can vary depending on the number of regularly scheduled hours, and job status such as regular full-time, regular part-time, seasonal, or temporary employment. Full salary range:‏‏‎‏‏‎ ‎$59,105‏‏‎ ‎-‏‏‎ ‎$98,505
Veterans: We provide preference to qualifying and disabled veterans. For more information please visit

About us: Since 1914, SAIF has been taking care of injured workers, helping people get back to work, and keeping rates low by focusing on workplace safety. Together with our partners, we strive to make Oregon the safest and healthiest place to work.

SAIF is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values diversity in its workplace.

Announcement #: EPA-LA-ORG-2024-0008. Salary Range: $68,405 – $88,926 per year. Application deadline: May 2nd, 2024.

These positions are in Office of Air and Radiation (OAR), Office of Atmospheric Protection (OAP), Program Management Division (PMD). About Office of Air and Radiation: OAR.

This is an office-centered position*–you must physically report to the duty station stated in this announcement on a regular basis. *Work-from-home flexibilities may be authorized as described below.

These jobs are open to near-term graduates (degree completion by 12/31/2024) and recent graduates from accredited educational institutions within the last 2 years, or the last 6 years for Veterans.


At the entry level of this position, you will:

  • Use standard program evaluation techniques to analyze information to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of program operations;
  • Develop and apply analytical approaches, methodology, concepts and techniques to plan and carry out studies/projects to assist the organization in program planning, measurement, or progress evaluation;
  • Examine current or proposed policies, laws, regulations or administrative procedures to assist in determining potential impact and developing associated recommendations;
  • Gather and evaluate programmatic data to assist in developing recurring or special reports, preparing executive briefings and similar materials for use by management in carrying out and reporting on program accomplishments.

When entering a Federal job at a grade level lower than the highest promotion potential level, you may be promoted to more complex duties and work more independently, as your career progresses.  NOTE:  Career ladder promotions are not automatic, and all eligibility and qualifications requirements must be met in order to progress to the next grade level.

You will spend less than 25% of your work time on contracts, grants/cooperative agreements, and/or inter-agency agreements.

One or more positions may be filled (in the organization advertised and/or in other organizations), if appropriate to the position.


Conditions of Employment

  • You must be a U.S. citizen.
  • You must submit a resume and required documents–see How to Apply section.
  • If you are selected, a written participant agreement must be signed.
  • EPA and non-EPA applicants must submit transcripts/course listings.

This position is designated as Moderate Risk and requires a background investigation. Unless an appropriate background investigation is already on record with the Office of Personnel Management, you must undergo a background investigation. All conditions of the pre-employment security process must be met before an official letter of employment can be issued with a report for duty date.

If you are selected, the entire period served under the Recent Graduates program will be a trial period.


NOTE:  If you are qualifying on the basis of general or specialized experience, you must meet the experience requirements by the closing date of this announcement.

We are looking for at least one year of specialized experience related to this position as described below:

To qualify for the GS-09 level, you need to have at least one year of full-time experience equivalent to the GS-07 level defined as assisting in monitoring projects or program operations; preparing and/or analyzing reports;
– OR master’s or equivalent graduate degree; or 2 full years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to such a degree; or LL.B. or J.D., if related; degree in an academic discipline related to this position
– OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Your answers to the online assessment will be used to evaluate your competencies in the following areas: 1) Ability to use automated reporting software and/or systems; 2) Skill in oral communication; 3) Ability to apply analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to assess program development; 4)Ability to work on a team; 5) Knowledge of program related policies, laws, regulations, and/or procedures; 6) Ability to analyze policies, laws, regulations, and/or procedures; 7) Skill in written communication.

Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

*If you have part-time work experience, read this: EPA Announcement Policies and Procedures.

Additional Information

This position is in the Pathways Recent Graduates Program, which provides individuals who have completed a qualifying associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, professional, doctorate, vocational, or technical degree or certificate with an entry-level developmental experience with the potential to lead to a career in the Federal government. Upon successful completion of the program, you may be noncompetitively converted to a term or permanent position without further competition. For more information, see USAJOBS Information Sheet.

ATTENTION VETERANS: If you are a veteran (as defined in 5 USC 2108) who due to military service obligations was precluded from applying to the Recent Graduates Program during any portion of the 2-year eligibility period (described in the “This job is open to/Clarification from the agency” section above), you have a full 2-year period of eligibility upon your release/discharge from active duty. In no event, however, may your eligibility period extend beyond 6 years from the date you completed the requirements for a qualifying degree or qualify career or technical education program.

Except in special circumstances, those new to the federal government will be hired at the starting salary (step 1) of the applicable grade range listed in the Overview section.

EPA participates in E-Verify. E-Verify is an Internet based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA) that enables participating employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees. For additional information: EPA Announcement Policies and Procedures.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are core values at EPA. Our excellence can only be fully realized by staff who share our commitment to these values. Successful candidates are committed to advancing equity and inclusion in the Agency’s workplace and mission. We encourage applications from candidates with a variety of personal experiences, values, and worldviews that arise from differences of culture and circumstance. At EPA, diversity is a vital element in bringing a balance of perspectives to bear on every challenge we face. We are committed to creating a diverse workforce because we know that the individual strengths and abilities of our employees make us a stronger organization. The more inclusive our employee base is, the greater the variety of ideas that are generated, and the more representative we are of the nation we serve. To learn more about how EPA values and supports our diverse workforce, visit Equal Opportunity Employment at EPA.

If you are selected, travel, transportation, and relocation expenses will not be paid by EPA. Any travel, transportation, and relocation expenses associated with reporting to work in this position will be your responsibility.

This position is in the bargaining unit.

How You Will Be Evaluated

You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.

We will review your resume and required documents to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. Your resume must address the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in the Qualifications section. If you meet basic qualification requirements, your application will be further evaluated based on your answers to the online assessment. Your responses to the online assessment will be used to measure the degree to which your background matches the requirements for the position. You are being evaluated under the category rating method which means, if you are determined to be qualified, you will be placed into the ‘Best Qualified’, ‘Well Qualified’, or ‘Qualified’ category. NOTE:  Preference eligible veterans must be selected, or decline further consideration, before applicants who are ineligible for veterans’ preference can be selected (to learn more, visit Veterans’ Preference).

We will compare your resume and supporting documentation to your responses on the assessment questionnaire. If you rate yourself higher than is supported by your application materials, your responses may be adjusted and/or you may be excluded from consideration for this job. We will evaluate your qualifications and eligibility and notify you if you meet minimum qualification requirements. If you are referred for consideration, you may be subject to additional assessments (e.g., technical writing sample or other work sample, job knowledge test, case scenario analysis, scientific data assessment, structured interview, etc.).

NOTE: We do not require a separate statement responding to the competencies, also referred to as Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs). However, your resume should clearly show possession of these competencies.
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Required Documents

Documents to be submitted online:

— Resume stating your expected graduation date and clearly stating your experience related to this position as described in the Duties section and Qualifications section.  In describing your experience, you need to be clear and specific.  We will not make assumptions regarding your experience.

— College transcripts – required to submit either unofficial transcripts or a list of courses that includes school(s) attended, school address, course title, grades earned, completion dates, department, and quarter or semester hours earned.  NOTE:  Official educational transcripts are not required at the time of application; however, if you are selected, you must provide official transcripts before you start work with EPA.  IF EDUCATION WAS COMPLETED AT A FOREIGN INSTITUTION:  You must submit an equivalency evaluation with your application as described here:  EPA Announcement Policies and Procedures.

— Additional educational documentation – submit based on your current status: • Recent graduates:  submit documentation from the school showing date degree was conferred or date all degree requirements were met within the preceding two years. • Current students who will complete a qualifying degree/certificate by 12/31/24:  submit proof of current enrollment.

— Veterans’ Preference Documents: Separated veterans claiming 5-point preference:

  • • DD-214 Member 4 copy (or other copy indicating character of service) or other official document/statement from the Armed Forces showing separation, discharge, or release from active duty; document must show separation is under honorable conditions (Honorable or General Discharge)

Separated veterans claiming 10-point preference based on compensable service-connected disability of 10% or more:

  • • DD-214 Member 4 copy (or other copy indicating character of service); document must show separation is under honorable conditions (Honorable or General Discharge); and
  • • VA letter stating overall/combined disability rating (percentage); and
  • • SF-15 (use current version:  SF-15 Form) (see page 2 for documents that can be submitted in lieu of the DD-214 and VA letter)

Other separated veterans claiming 10-point preference OR spouses, widows/widowers, or mothers claiming 10-point derived preference:

  • • SF-15 (use current version:  SF-15 Form); and
  • • Other required documentation indicated on the SF-15

Active duty service members:

  • • Certification from the armed forces documenting active duty dates, expected discharge/release date, campaign medals/badges, and character of service (a certification is any written document from the armed forces that certifies you are expected to be discharged/released from active duty service in the armed forces under honorable conditions (Honorable or General Discharge) within 120 days after you submit the certification)

— Veterans who are not entitled to preference:  If you are unable to apply within two years of receiving your degree due to military service obligation, submit your DD-214 Member 4 copy (or other copy indicating character of service) or other official document/statement from the Armed Forces showing separation, discharge, or release from active duty; document must show separation is under honorable conditions (Honorable or General Discharge).

To learn more about submitting documentation, visit Uploading Documents to USAJOBS.

How to Apply

You are strongly encouraged to read the entire announcement before you submit your application for this position.

To begin the application process, click the Apply button to the top right on this screen, follow the prompts to log-in/register, submit all required documents, and complete the assessment questionnaire. To be considered, you must submit a complete application package by 11:59 PM Eastern Time on the day the announcement closes.

All required supporting documents will be collected electronically via the USAJOBS document portfolio feature.

If you cannot apply online, you must contact the Human Resources Office listed below for assistance no later than two business days prior to the closing date of this announcement. You must provide complete application materials by the day the announcement closes.

For detailed instructions to assist you in ensuring your application package is received, go to EPA Announcement Policies and Procedures.


EPA welcomes applications from persons with disabilities. Through the reasonable accommodation process, we provide persons with disabilities an equal opportunity to enjoy the benefits and privileges of employment that persons without disabilities enjoy. A reasonable accommodation is any change in the work environment or in the way things are customarily done. An accommodation removes workplace barriers and enables an applicant with a disability to have an equal opportunity to participate in the application process, be considered for a position, and, if hired, perform the essential functions of their job.

Agency Contact Information

  • Phone: 919-541-3014
  • Email:

Position # P10934SE. Salary Range: $14.20 – $21.00. Up to 24 hours/week.

Application Deadline: May 5, 2024. Contact for information about this position:

Position SummaryThis recruitment will be used to fill one part-time (10-24 hours per week during the academic year, then a maximum of 40 hours per week during an academic break) Student Technical Assistant positions for the Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology (EMT) at Oregon State University (OSU) within the Superfund Research Center (
Position DutiesStudent will work closely with Drs. Raffaele De Amicis, Stacey Harper and Craig Marcus to enable virtual reality programming.50% – Programming and virtual reality visualization development25% – Virtual reality learning module development – at Superfund Research Program sites and remediation facilities25% – Virtual reality learning module – focused on laboratory tools and technologies applied to Superfund Research Program related research.
Minimum QualificationsFull Employment Eligibility Requirements can be found here:
Must be academically enrolled in a high school, community college, or university and pursuing a program or course of study Must meet Academic Standing Requirements; students on academic suspension are not eligible for employment Must meet the applicable minimal enrollment standard High School student: Regularly enrolled in a high school or participating in a home-schooling program Undergraduate and post-baccalaureate student: 6 credit hours per term Undergraduate international student: 12 credit hours per term* Graduate student officially admitted to Graduate School: 5 credit hours per term Graduate international student officially admitted to Graduate School: 9 credit hours per term* *International students may be allowed to carry fewer hours than specified above and still be considered “full-time” by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). A reduced course load is approved by the Office of International Services (OIS), and must be provided to the Student Employment Center.
Additional Required QualificationsMust be able to work well with others as part of an integrated team and have attention to detail. Responsible and well organized with good time management and communication skills. This position is designated as a critical or security-sensitive position; therefore, the incumbent must successfully complete a Criminal History Check and be determined to be position qualified as per OSU Standard 576-055-0000 et seq. Incumbents are required to self-report convictions and those in Youth Programs may have additional Criminal History Checks every 2 years.
Preferred (Special) QualificationsExperience or classes in computer systems, virtual reality, programming, is preferred, but not required. A demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity.
Working Conditions / Work ScheduleMost work is done in a computer laboratory setting. Students will work around hazardous chemicals in the research laboratories so Appropriate safety gear and training will be provided. Flexible hours as needed to complete modules in a timely manner, with consideration for student’s class schedule and variable workload during winter and spring terms.

This is a Competitive / Student position- open to ALL qualified/eligible students
Special Instructions to Applicants:
When applying you will be required to attach the following electronic documents:
1. A Resume/Vita
2. A cover letter indicating how your qualifications and experience have prepared you for this position

For additional information please contact: Stacey Harper at

OSU commits to inclusive excellence by advancing equity and diversity in all that we do. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, and particularly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ community members, and others who demonstrate the ability to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community.

This position is designated as a critical or security-sensitive position; therefore, the incumbent must successfully complete a criminal history check and be determined to be position qualified as per OSU Standard 576-055-0000 et seq. Incumbents are required to self-report convictions and those in youth programs may have additional criminal history checks every 24 months.

OSU will conduct a review of the National Sex Offender Public website prior to hire.

Note: All job offers are contingent upon Human Resources final approval.

REQ-153039. Application Deadline: April 30th 2024. Salary Range: $17.64/hour.

Job Description:

Are you interested in learning more about Human Resources for the State of Oregon? Are you passionate about helping people succeed? Do you want real human resource experience to list on your resume? Then apply to the DCBS 2024 Summer Human Resources Internship, we are looking to hire 4 interns!

Recruitment Timeline:

*These dates are approximate and are subject to change.*

Recruitment closes: April 30, 2024

1st round interviews: May 13, 2024 – May 14, 2024

2nd round interviews: May 20, 2024

Start date: June 10, 2024

Our mission…

To protect and serve Oregon’s consumers and workers while supporting a positive business climate.

The Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) is a progressive business regulatory state agency dedicated to the mission of protecting and serving Oregon’s consumers and workers while supporting a positive business climate. The department administers state laws and rules governing workers’ compensation, occupational safety and health, financial institutions, insurance companies and building codes. The department has consumer protection and education programs, offices, and ombuds to help consumers, injured workers, and businesses.

Here’s what you will do:

As a DCBS HR Intern, you will partner with HR professionals and work on DCBS projects to create process improvements for the agency. Each intern will gain knowledge in how human resources works for the State of Oregon and grow skills necessary to be an HR professional. Interns will learn how to apply for future human resource jobs and participate in networking opportunities across the State of Oregon.

This internship will run from June 10,2024 to August 15, 2024. The scheduled hours will be 9:00am to 2:30pm and will be located in the Labor and Industries Building at 350 Winter St NE, Salem, OR. Due to the nature of the duties performed by these positions, remote work is not available.

Here’s what you need to qualify:

  • Be enrolled in college at least half time at the time of application


  • Be at least 18 years of age by the time the program starts on June 10, 2024

Requested skills:

  • Demonstrated ability with Microsoft computer applications, specifically Word, Excel, Outlook and TEAMS
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to clearly present information
  • Skills in team engagement; problem-solving and resolution
  • Working knowledge of research concepts and methodologies
  • Experience working on human resource projects and/or human resource classes

Application information:

  • A resume and cover letter are required for this job posting. Please attach them in the “Resume / Cover Letter” section of the application.
  • Please ensure that you clearly demonstrate in your application materials that you meet the qualifications listed and that you follow all instructions carefully. Only complete applications received by the posted application deadline date will be considered.
  • You may be asked to submit a skills assessment, a writing sample, or a video interview as part of the application screening process.

Additional information:

  • These positions are subject to a fingerprint background check for any convictions directly related to the duties and responsibilities. Only job-related convictions will be considered and will not automatically disqualify the candidates.

Helpful links and contact information:

Learn more about DCBS

For more information you may contact us by e-mail at or by phone at 503-378-3200.

If you would like to discuss the details of the announcement or learn more about this position, please contact Courtney Baker, Talent Management Coordinator, at 971-260-7620 or by email at

DCBS is fully committed to attracting, retaining, developing, and promoting the most qualified candidates without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, or veteran status.  For more information, please visit our diversity, equity and inclusion webpage.

Requisition ID: 1215. Application deadline: April 30, 2024. Salary: $22/Hr, 10-20 hours/week

Timeline: Start date targeted for beginning of May, through year-end. Total of 340 hours.

Work Environment: US-based, remote. Able to accommodate meeting schedules for European and West Coast time zones.

Job Description

For Yogi, well-being is an expression of everything that we do and how we do it. Beyond supporting our grower communities and only using natural and organic ingredients, we are constantly looking for ways to create benefits and limit our footprint. Our B Corp Certification, The Yogi Foundation, LEED certified buildings, Rainforest Certification, Sustainability Reporting, and regenerative farming are just some of the ways we hold ourselves accountable to our values.

East West Tea Company/Yogi is seeking a graduate level intern to support ongoing company-wide sustainability initiatives. Undergraduate applicants at the Junior or Senior level will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The intern will manage one specific project at East West Tea Co for a duration of approximately 34 weeks (10 hours/week) related to sustainability which could include program design, data aggregation, data synthesis, report writing, or storytelling. The position is open only to students who are actively enrolled in a college or university program.

Job Summary:

Our ideal candidate will possess a working knowledge of sustainability concepts. The intern will be responsible for developing and presenting a scope of work, including a project overview and roadmap with key milestones. For the duration of the internship, this individual will engage with members of the global sustainability team as well as broader cross-functional teams to gather necessary information for successful completion of the project. At the conclusion of the internship, the intern will provide a summary of key findings and recommendations relevant to their project. The intern will present these findings and recommendations to the leadership team and relevant cross-functional teams.


  • Communicate effectively, verbally and in writing
  • Take initiative, plan and execute tasks independently
  • Apply analytics to inform decision-making
  • Demonstrates problem solving ability
  • Collaborate effectively with internal and external partners
  • Ability to apply sound business principles and practices to project management and change management processes.
  • Passion for continuous growth and improvement

Skills and Knowledge:

  • Microsoft Office Suites; Excel and PowerPoint skills
  • Academic report writing
  • Data analysis
  • Strategic thinking
  • Some knowledge of carbon footprinting, GHG accounting, and/or Life Cycle Analysis preferred

Minimum Requirements:

  • Ideal candidates will be pursuing a graduate degree in business, sustainability, food systems, or environmental science (MS, MBA, or equivalent)
  • Sustainability business collaboration experience, including through coursework

Outline for Internship Project Work

Sustainable Herbs Program Scope 3 Working Group Pre-Competitive Collaboration Case Study

As a member of the Sustainable Herbs Program (SHP), Yogi has been an active participant in the SHP Scope 3 working group. This working group consists of seven companies from the herbal industry who collaborate to address scope 3 emissions from herbs in our supply chains. The group first convened in 2022 to study carbon emissions from herbs that lacked data availability. This internship project will write and publish a case study detailing this group’s efforts and the cross-company collaborations it fostered. The intent is to create a study that other companies can learn from that details workflows, challenges, and benefits, to establish similar pre-competitive, sustainability-based collaborations. Internship responsibilities will include identifying a target publication, interviewing stakeholders, collecting relevant data and information, writing the case study, and submitting the finished piece for publication.

Alternative project options will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis depending on relevant skills and experience of the applicant pool.

East West Tea Company is an equal opportunity employer. We value and respect each person’s individuality and unique talents. We honor diversity and inclusion and look forward to the opportunity to review your qualifications for the job. It is the strength of our people and our guiding principle that have contributed to East West Tea’s leadership and continued success in the natural tea category.

Please apply directly on our Career Center and submit a cover letter detailing your interest in this internship as well as your resume. We look forward to speaking with you soon!  

May 3, 2024, 10-11:30am. Hallie Ford Center, Room 115. 2631 SW Campus Way, OSU-Corvallis campus. Continental breakfast provided.

RSVP by April 29th to Dr. Anthony Veltri, Professor, EOH program, College of Health.

Seminar Speaker: Grady Maxwell, MPH, Environmental Protection Agency Safety and Health Program Manager, Region 10 (Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, and Pacific Northwest Tribal Nations). Grady is an OSU alum.

Seminar Title and Description: Confronting and Managing Environment, Safety and Health Issues. This seminar will provide insight into the day-to-day strategies for dealing with EHS problems in operational settings and ways of integrating EHS practices with employees and outside contractors.

About the Speaker

Grady Maxwell is a Mississippian having graduated from Oregon State University in 2009 with a Master of Public Health in Environmental Safety and Health. He also earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Alcorn State University in Lorman, Mississippi.

For the last 15-years, he has worked for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as the Region 10 Safety and Health Program Manager, providing safety and health expertise and oversight to approximately 600 employees located in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.

During his free time, Grady enjoys practicing archery, fishing, camping, and exploring the Pacific Northwest. He is an avid Steelers fan and enjoys staying connected with Oregon State University’s College of Health.

Please consider parking at the OSU Football Stadium where a number of “PAY AND DISPLAY” Parking Meters are located. You can then take the OSU Shuttle directly to the Hallie Ford Center.  

Position Number: P10710SE. Application deadline: May 15, 2024.

Please see Special Instructions for more details.

When applying you will be required to attach the following electronic documents:

1. A Resume/Vita

2. A cover letter indicating how your qualifications and experience have prepared you for this position
3. Please list your top 4 counties, in the order, that you would want to work in. Participating counties include: Baker, Benton, Clackamas, Columbia, Coos, Crook, Deschutes, Douglas, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Malheur, Marion, Morrow, Polk, Sherman, Tillamook, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Warm Springs, Wasco, Washington, and Wheeler Counties.

**If you have a home county in Oregon, please specify that county as well.

For additional information please contact: Wiley Thompson at

OSU commits to inclusive excellence by advancing equity and diversity in all that we do. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, and particularly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ community members, and others who demonstrate the ability to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community.

OSU will conduct a review of the National Sex Offender Public website prior to hire.
Note: All job offers are contingent upon Human Resources final approval.

Position Details

Job TitleOSU Extension Service Internship Program
Appointment TypeStudent Employee
Job LocationVarious Locations
Position Appointment Percent100
Appointment Basis12
Pay MethodHourly
Pay Period16th – 15th of the following month
Pay DateLast working day of the month
Remote or Hybrid option?
Min Hourly Rate14.20
Max Hourly Rate21
Position SummaryThis recruitment will be used to fill multiple part-time (a maximum of 40 hours per week during the summer break) Extension Student Intern positions for the Extension Offices at Oregon State University (OSU) .An internship with Oregon State University’s Extension Service offers a rewarding service-learning experience, in one of our 35 Extension offices across Oregon and allows you to gain valuable skills and knowledge that will benefit you in your academic program and in your future career.Our paid interns: Have a unique, community-based learning opportunity Learn about the Extension Service and our land grant mission Have the opportunity to be a valued team member and contribute to programming by sharing their new perspectives and diverse ideas and energy Learn while they co-create impactful solutions that will be delivered locally and directly to beneficiaries While traditional alignment between academic majors such as Agricultural Sciences, Forestry, Fisheries, Public Health, and Education exist, we encourage students from a broad range of programs of study to apply to our internships.The Extension Student Internship Program may be of interest to students with: An interest in possibly pursuing an Extension career A desire to serve others and a genuine interest in people The ability to lead, teach, motivate and communicate effectively The motivation to continue learning and growing professionally The desire and ability to work as a team member Strong verbal and written communication skills
Position DutiesAn Extension Student Intern: Works with Extension program and office staff to coordinate and implement hands-on, educational program events and activities. Participates in meetings where local issues are identified and prioritized, and program results and plans are discussed. Assists in preparations for planned events and activities by gathering information, assembling materials, contacting participants, and soliciting support from external sources. As appropriate, conducts the teaching, training, or other program presentations. Seeks information from mentors and colleagues regarding the history, purpose and mission of the Oregon State University Extension Service. In some cases, may identify and develop a value-added process, program, or training tool that may be implemented within the hosting unit’s current operations. This contribution should provide a substantial addition to the intern’s resume as practical and applicable work experience. Maintains a log, blog, or journal, as outlined by the Internship Coordinator, outlining internship experiences in order to complete the required record of internship. Completes and submits record of internship at the conclusion of the internship.
Minimum Qualifications
Additional Required QualificationsInterns must be eligible to work in the United States. Must have good organization and planning skills, and be able to demonstrate effective project coordination, facilitation, and implementation based on past work or school experiences. Must possess deductive reasoning skills and be able to analyze and synthesize information for problem solving. Must have a personal commitment to working with diverse clientele and colleagues.
Preferred (Special) QualificationsExperience working with volunteers and youth is preferred. Spanish language proficiency is preferred.
Working Conditions / Work Schedule

Posting Detail Information

Posting NumberP10710SE
Number of Vacancies30
Anticipated Appointment Begin Date06/24/2024
Anticipated Appointment End Date09/06/2024
Posting Date02/12/2024
Full Consideration Date
Closing Date05/15/2024
Indicate how you intend to recruit for this searchCompetitive / Student – open to ALL qualified/eligible students
Special Instructions to ApplicantsWhen applying you will be required to attach the following electronic documents:1. A Resume/Vita2. A cover letter indicating how your qualifications and experience have prepared you for this position
3. Please list your top 4 counties, in the order, that you would want to work in. Participating counties include: Baker, Benton, Clackamas, Columbia, Coos, Crook, Deschutes, Douglas, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Malheur, Marion, Morrow, Polk, Sherman, Tillamook, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Warm Springs, Wasco, Washington, and Wheeler Counties.**If you have a home county in Oregon, please specify that county as well.For additional information please contact: Wiley Thompson at wiley.thompson@oregonstate.eduOSU commits to inclusive excellence by advancing equity and diversity in all that we do. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, and particularly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ community members, and others who demonstrate the ability to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community.OSU will conduct a review of the National Sex Offender Public website prior to hire.

Note: All job offers are contingent upon Human Resources final approval.

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  1. * What interests you about an internship with OSU’s Extension Service? (Open Ended Question)
  2. * How will you use your studies and talents to contribute to Extension programming during your internship? (Open Ended Question)
  3. * What value does diversity bring to an organization? (Open Ended Question)

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter
  3. Other Document 1 (see Special Instructions)

Link to website and application. Application deadline: April 19, 2024.

What is Pollution Prevention?

Pollution prevention (P2) is any practice that reduces, eliminates, or prevents pollution at its source, also known as “source reduction.” Implementing P2 best practices can improve efficiency, prevent wasted resources and save money.

As an OASE intern:

You will be matched with an Oregon business to create sustainability solutions for industry practices.
During this 10-week internship, you will conduct research that can help improve efficiency, save money,
and prevent/reduce waste. Project topics include energy or water audits, toxics reduction, green
chemistry, and life cycle assessment. Read the Host Businesses Project Descriptions very carefully to
determine which project best suits your interests, skills and knowledge. Additionally, you will benefit from:

  • Hands on experience in project development and management
  • Collaboration with industry
  • Mentorship by an OASE engineer or scientist
  • Communicating science to interdisciplinary audiences

2024 OASE Host Businesses:

Please check back frequently at for the latest updates**
Housing will not be provided for most placements – check “additional considerations” in the
project descriptions. You must be able to commute to the location of the host business for
in-person internship activities.

  1. Oregon Coast Aquarium, Newport, OR
  2. BRING, Eugene, OR and Oregon Coast Visitors Association
  3. LAIKA Studios, Hillsboro, OR
  4. Fiskars/Gerber Blades, Portland, OR
  5. High Desert Food and Farm Alliance, Bend OR
  6. Chapul Farms, McMinnville, OR
  7. Ever Fresh Fruit Company, Boring OR
  8. Solid Carbon, Inc., McMinnville, OR
  9. Pacific Seafood, Clackamas or coastal, OR


Internships are open to any college student in Oregon with junior or senior standing, or attaining
graduate or advanced undergraduate training, in business, economics, engineering, environmental
science, green chemistry, physical science, sustainability science, or other fields.

How to Apply

Oregon Sea Grant uses eSeaGrant for submitting applications. In order to access this system and submit
your application for this fellowship, you must email declaring your
interest in applying. Once you announce your interest in this opportunity, an eSeaGrant account will be
created for you (stating your interest in applying does not make you obligated to apply). All components
of your application will be submitted through this system. We are here to provide assistance as needed,
but please do not wait until the last minute to apply. All application materials must be uploaded to
eSeaGrant by April 19, 2024. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. While we
encourage electronic submission of your application, if this is not a possibility please contact and we will provide accommodations.

Required Application Components

A complete application will include the following 3 components. The résumé and transcripts must be uploaded to eSeaGrant as one combined PDF in the order listed below.

  1. A one or two-page résumé describing your work and/or volunteer experience. Please use 12-point Times New Roman font and 1 inch margins. The résumé must include your name, contact information (including phone and email address), GPA, and educational history. The résumé should also detail your work and volunteer history, particularly as it relates to the OASE opportunity. Include names and contact information for at least 2 references.

    2. Please answer each of the following questions in 250 words or less per question. Use 12-point Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins, and 1.5-line spacing.

    • Describe your personal/professional/academic background, including your experience related to this opportunity; your major and why you chose it.
    • Why are you interested in pollution prevention, sustainability, chemical policy management,
    • green chemistry, lifecycle assessment, energy efficiency, or related topics?
    • How will your prior experiences with people from various cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds contribute to your success in the Oregon Applied Sustainability Experience program?
    • Describe your academic and professional goals, including your plans for the next academic year, or after graduation. Please include your graduation date or anticipated graduation date.
    • How will this opportunity help you reach your academic and professional goals? Please indicate which project you are most interested in and why it would be a great opportunity for you professionally.

    3. Unofficial transcripts showing all college level education. Official transcripts will be requested at a later date if selected for an interview.

    Note: Please include only the required components in your application packet (i.e., do not include a cover letter, additional recommendations, or photos). Failure to follow all guidelines may result in disqualification of your application.

    OASE Internship Review Criteria – 20 points total

    1. The student’s articulated goals for what they want out of the position align with project objectives.
      (0 – 5 points, poor to excellent).
    2. Applicant has skills relevant to the position. Which may include the following:
      lifecycle assessment, cost benefit analysis, energy audit, economic / sustainability analysis,
      materials/waste management. (0 – 5 points, poor to excellent)
    3. Student degree aligns with those identified by host. (0 – 5 points, poor to excellent)
    4. Priority for graduating / graduated students. (0 – 2 points)
    5. Priority for students who would benefit from this experience (have not already had similar
      opportunities). (0 – 3 points)

    Important Dates

    -OASE Summer Program: June 17 – August 28, 2024
    -Required orientation: 9am-5pm; June 20-21, 2024
    -2 required half day mid-summer trainings, one in July and one in August
    -Required public presentation of your OASE work August 28, 2024.

    Stipend Amount

    $6,700 per student for a full-time, 10-week internship (interns must be available to work onsite or
    virtually at the businesses on a daily basis). Housing costs are not provided, but limited funds may
    be available to support program-related expenses.

    Contact Information

    OASE Fellowship Coordinator: Jenny Engels, 541-737-2011, Oregon Sea Grant Research and Scholars Program Leader: Sarah Kolesar, 541-737-8695,

    Clatsop County Dept. of Public Health – Astoria, OR

    Req #309. Salary Range: $4,434.72 – $5,942.95 Monthly. Application closes: April 26th, 2024

    Clatsop County occupies the northwest corner of Oregon bounded to the north by the Columbia River and to the west by the Pacific Ocean. Named for the Clatsop Indians, Clatsop County is rich in history, scenery and opportunity.

    our mission…                                     

    Neighbor to neighbor, serving Clatsop County with integrity, honesty and respect.    

    ABOUT CLATSOP COUNTY                      

    Today Clatsop County is one of nine Home Rule counties in Oregon. Five non-partisan elected Commissioners set policy and appoint a full-time County Manager, who is responsible for daily operations. County services are provided through these divisions: County Administration (County Manager), Assessment and Taxation, Budget and Finance, County Clerk, Juvenile, Public Health, Public Works, Community Development, the District Attorney, and Sheriff’s Offices. The county also administers a road district, a rural law enforcement district, and a local sewer district.

    About the position                                       

    Clatsop County is hiring one full-time Environmental Health Specialist II. However, we encourage candidates who meet the required qualifications for the Environmental Health Specialist I to apply, as we may consider underfilling the position until the selected candidate meets the required qualifications for an Environmental Health Specialist II. Underfill training will not exceed two years.

    Environmental Health Specialist II

    Under the direction of the Environmental Health Supervisor, the EHS II is responsible for oversight and performing independent inspections of licensed food service, tourist accommodation, and public pool and spa facilities; upon request, provide inspections of school, daycare, and correctional facilities; provide oversight of public drinking water systems; provide environmental health support, as needed, to other parts of the department; assist in planning, promoting and implementing programs to improve public health in the county in compliance with public health laws and administrative rules.

    Environmental Health Specialist I

    Under close supervision, the EHS I perform a variety of technical functions for the County, including inspection and investigation of basic environmental issues and complaints regarding food safety, travel accommodations, water resources, wastewater treatment and disposal, air quality, public health, public facilities, and solid waste disposal to protect the health and safety of County residents. Work is performed at the Trainee level under the supervision of a Registered Environmental Health Specialist.

    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS                  

    Environmental Health Specialist II

    • Must have a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with 45 quarter hours, or the equivalent semester hours, in science courses relating to environmental or physical science, natural science, engineering, and/or another closely related field approved by the Oregon Health Licensing Office.
    • Must have a minimum of two (2) years of acceptable experience under the supervision of a Registered Environmental Health Specialist
    • Certification as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist with the State of Oregon, as defined by ORS 700.030 is required at time of appointment. 
    • Annual maintenance of certification as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist through continuing education courses as required by the State of Oregon.  
    • Must possess and maintain driving privileges in the State of Oregon.

    Environmental Health Specialist I

    • A Bachelor’s degree with 45 hours of life science coursework in environmental health, biology, or microbiology. 
    • Eligible for registration as an Oregon Environmental Health Specialist or Environmental Health Specialist Trainee within two months of hiring.  When hired as a trainee, must complete trainee program within the Oregon Health Licensing Board timeframe to obtain a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) certification and maintain REHS certification annually.

    DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS                     

    Environmental Health Specialist II

    • Currently certified or able to obtain certification as a certified pool operator (CPO).
    • Currently certified or able to obtain 24-hr hazardous waste operations and emergency response (HAZWOPER) certification.
    • Eligible to be standardized as a food safety inspector by the Oregon Health Authority – Food Safety Program.
    • Experience in Oregon’s onsite wastewater program and/or completion of the minimum educational qualifications for the State of Oregon classification as a Wastewater Specialist. 

    Environmental Health Specialist I

    • Current registration with the State of Oregon as an Environmental Health Specialist or Wastewater Specialist with no less than 10 quarter hours or equivalent semester hours in Introductory Soil Science, Soil Morphology, and Physical Geology, or Geomorphology. 

    To Apply                                                          

    Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.  Clatsop County is an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, veteran status, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age or disability, and is committed to workplace diversity.

    This is a full-time position and will close April 26, 2024.

    For more information, applicants should review the detailed job description for information on essential functions and requirements.

    Environmental Health Specialist I

    Environmental Health Specialist II

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION                  

    Per the Pay Equity Law passed in 2017, a pay equity analysis will be conducted to determine what pay step the successful candidate will be offered.  The analysis will be based on the relevant experience, education, training, and certifications documented in the application materials.

    Prior to hiring, candidates may be required to pass a criminal background exam, and pre-employment drug screen and must show proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

    Eligible veterans who meet the qualifications will be given veterans’ preference. For further information, please visit the following website:  Veterans Resources. You may also call the Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs at 1-800-692-9666.

    Clatsop County is an Equal Opportunity employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity for all employees in all matters of employment (such as hiring, promotion, transfer, training, layoff, compensation, fringe benefits and termination) regardless of ethnicity/race, religion, national origin, age, gender, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected by law.

    Oregon Health Authority, Portland, OR

    Req-152268; Salary Range: $6,901 – $10,674 Application Deadline: April 14, 2024

    Job Description:

    The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Health Security, Preparedness & Response Program in Portland, Oregon has a career opportunity for a Health Security, Preparedness & Response  (HSPR) Planning Chief (Public Health Manager 2) to manage the Portland-based HSPR Planning. 

    The mission of Oregon’s Health Security, Preparedness and Response (HSPR) Program is to develop public health systems to prepare for and respond to major, acute threats and emergencies that impact the health of people in Oregon. We collaborate with Oregon Emergency Management (OEM) and our local, regional, and national emergency management partners. Click here to learn more about the HSPR Program.

    This is a full-time, permanent position and is not represented by a union. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill current or future vacancies.

    What will you do?
    In this role, you will plan, direct, and coordinate all aspects of the state-level activities in the Health Security, Preparedness and Response (HSPR) Program relating to public health and health care systems supported by the federal Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) and Public Health Emergency Preparedness grants. You will integrate activities related to hazard mitigation and emergency preparedness planning, disaster response and recovery, including hospitals and health care systems in Oregon, epidemiological, laboratory, environmental health, immunization, local health departments, and activities with other state agencies. In addition, you will manage and coach the Portland-based Planning Team and assist the Director of Emergency Operations in public health emergency management policy development, inter-agency committees, legislative committees, the Conference of Local of Health Officials, and other policy-setting organizations.

    Responsibilities may include:

    • Assist the Director of Emergency Operations (DEO) and State Public Health Director/ Health Officer in state public health policy development.
    • Provide management provision in emergency preparedness planning activities among all public health, hospitals, and health care systems.
    • Acts as Incident Manager or Deputy Incident Manager during exercises and responses.
    • Manage the Public Health Duty Officer program which includes training and coordination with other sections while ensuring continuous quality improvement of the program.
    • Manage grants which include grant reporting and overseeing grant application processes.
    • Develop and make recommendations to the DEO for the deployment or reassignment of resources.

    The Oregon Health Authority is committed to:

    • Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030
    • Becoming an anti-racist organization
    • Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, and
    • Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon.

    What’s in it for you? The public health division is a team of passionate individuals working to promote health across the lifespan of individuals, families, and communities. We value and support unique perspectives using a trauma-informed approach and aim to reflect these values in our hiring practices, professional development, and workplace. We are committed to racial equity as a driving factor to improve health outcomes for all communities that experience inequities.

    • We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefit packages for you and your qualified family members with minimal out-of-pocket costs (member cost share is as low as 1% – 5%). Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: 
    • Paid Leave Days:
      • 11 paid holidays each year.
      • 3 additional paid personal business days each year.
      • 8 hours of paid sick leave accrued each month.
      • 10 hours of vacation leave accrued each month with increases every 5 years.
    • Pension and Retirement plans. After six months of service, you may qualify for the Public Employee Retirement System (PERS). New employees may be enrolled in the Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan (OPSRP).
    • Student Loan Forgiveness; Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) opportunity. The PSLF program may forgive student loan balances after you’ve made the equivalent of 120 qualifying monthly payments. 
    • Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses.
    • Continuous growth and development opportunities.
    • Click here to learn more and access a summary of State of Oregon benefits.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    A master’s degree in public health, public administration, or a closely related field and two years of public health supervisory, management experience; planning, organizing, and managing the operations of a public health security, preparedness and response program or closely related field;

    OR, a bachelor’s degree in public health, public administration, or closely related field and three years of public health supervisory, management experience; planning, organizing, and managing the operations of public health security, preparedness and response program or closely related field;

    OR, six years of public health supervisory, management experience; planning, organizing, and managing the operations of a public health security, preparedness and response program or closely related field.

    Desired Attributes:

    • Leadership and management experience managing programs, staff, and resources in a public health setting.
    • Experience in quality improvement methodologies and project management techniques.
    • Experience with emergency management planning concepts and public health systems.
    • Familiarity with the Modernization of the Public Health System.
    • Experience communicating effectively with federal, regional, local, state, and non-governmental public health and public safety staff, including management and policy-level officials.
    • Experience writing grants, reports, and interagency agreements.
    • Ability to thrive in fast-paced environments and consistently meet tight deadlines.
    • Experience preparing creating and delivering documents for release to the public, including development or revision of documents to formats for electronic transmission, (Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft Project, Adobe Acrobat, html, etc.).
    • Ability to the following Incident Command System (ICS) courses within 180-days of hire and be willing to attend other ICS courses as directed: ICS-100, ICS-200, ICS-300, and ICS-400.
    • Experience in Internet connectivity and associated software, hardware, and communication components is desired.
    • Experience in distance-learning technology, broadcast fax, paging systems, and cellular phones is also desired.
    • Experience creating, promoting, welcoming, and maintaining a culturally competent and diverse work environment.

    Working Conditions:

    The work of this role is full-time in person on-site at 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland, Oregon. There may be occasional times when the work can be conducted remotely within one-hour driving distance of the primary work location.

    Travel, including in-state and out-of-state travel with overnight stays, and driving in all weather conditions may be required. Occasional weekend and evening work hours may be required during normal conditions. Frequent weekend and evening work hours can be required when public health emergencies occur.  

    Directions to Apply:

    Please fill out the online application and submit a resume and cover letter telling us about yourself and how your personal (lived), educational, and/or professional experience qualifies you for this position.

    • External Applicants: Click the “Apply” button and submit your application. Click this link for the External Candidate job aid, and view this video for additional information.
    • Current State of Oregon employees: Apply through your employee Workday account. View this job aid for assistance.


    • This job announcement closes at 11:59 pm (PST) on the close date listed above.
    • After submitting your application, be sure to respond to the two questions relating to public records requests and veterans’ preference that immediately follow your submittal. These questions are necessary to complete the application process.
    • Workday will timeout after 20 minutes of inactivity.

    Additional Information:

    • Visa Sponsorships: Oregon Health Authority (OHA) does not offer VISA sponsorship. Within three days of hire, you will be required to complete the US Department of Homeland Security’s I-9 form confirming authorization to work in the United States.  OHA is an E-Verify employer and will use E-Verify to confirm that hires are authorized to work in the United States.
    • Pay Scale: Upon receiving a salary offer, we will conduct a pay equity assessment using the information provided in your application to determine your salary placement upon hire. To ensure a comprehensive evaluation, please make certain your application materials are up-to-date and thorough. Include relevant details such as your work history, education, volunteer work, lived experiences, and any other pertinent information related to the position you are applying for. Please visit the Pay Equity Project homepage to learn more.
    • Background Check: If you are offered employment, your offer will be contingent upon the positive outcome of an abuse check, criminal records check, and driving records check. The information will be shared with the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Office of Human Resources (OHR). Any criminal or founded abuse history will be reviewed and could result in the withdrawal of the offer or termination of employment.
    • Veterans: If you are a veteran, you may receive veterans’ preference points. Click here for more information about veterans’ preference. If you checked that you are a veteran, you will receive a notice in your Workday inbox and will be required to provide your documents at that time. Veterans | Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs: 1-800-692-9666
    • This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified applicants to fill current or future vacancies.


    If you have questions about the job announcement, would like assistance with the application process, have difficulties applying, or would like to request an accommodation request under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact Tracie Knight, HR Analyst, at

    TTY users, please use the Oregon Telecommunications Relay Service: 1-800-735-2900. For assistance please call toll-free 1-855-524-5627.

    Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, and Pay Equity:

    The Oregon Health Authority is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, genetic information, or any other protected class under state or federal law. In addition, we do not discriminate, or screen applicants based on current or past compensation. To learn more about OHA’s mission, vision, and core values, click here.

    The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity and anti-racism.