Job Postings – Updated 6/27/18

The City of McMinnville is recruiting for a Human Resources Manager. Apply online for this opening using the link on our jobs page.

DHS Seeks Workforce Diversity Program Coordinator

The Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) is seeking qualified candidates for an Operations and Policy Analyst 3 (Workforce Diversity Program Coordinator) position.

Please see our jobs page for information on this position opening in Salem.

Tualatin Valley Water District seeks HR Specialist

Tualatin Valley Water District is seeking candidates for the position of Human Resources Specialist. This position will perform moderately complex activities in support of the human resources function. You can find the full job description and application instructions on the district’s website:   The position opening closes at 8 a.m. on 10/23/13).


NorthWest Senior & Disability Services seeks Human Resources Specialist

Download the announcement from our jobs page. Application deadline is September 30.


Oregon DAS seeks HR Administrator

The Oregon Department of Administrative Services is seeking an experienced Human Resources Administrator. Please see our jobs page for details, and links to the application materials.



Oregon State Police Seek HR Manager

See our jobs page for the application link for a new job posting. Oregon State Police seek an Human Resources Manager. Apply by Tuesday, April 30.

Bellevue, WA Seeks HR Director

Please see our jobs page for a newly listed employment opportunity.

Apply by September 21, 2012.


Multnomah County Seeks Managers – Updated

Please see our jobs page for a new posting from Multnomah County.  First review of applications for one HR job begins June 8, 2012; the second June 25.

New Job Posted 10-27-2011

Please see our job page for  new job posting for the City of Tualatin. Application Deadline is November 10, 2011.

Negotiating in Tough Times

Faced with prospects of limited resources, it is imperative that public sector employers partner with employees in seeking solutions for ever-growing demands for services.  Navigating through the collective bargaining process during these times can seem overwhelming.  Speaker Bob Nightingale will offer insights and perspectives of what he sees on the horizon as the State’s Mediator for the Employment Relations Board and provide examples of negotiated solutions that work…and perhaps those that have not done so well.  This workshop is an excellent opportunity for managers and bargaining team participants to gain valuable insights for successful negotiated agreements in these tough economic times.

This is a breakfast seminar to be held at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, January 13, at Clackamas Community College’s Wilsonville Campus.  See registration form for directions.

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IPMA Oregon Chapter
Serving Oregon and Southwest Washington
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