Member Job Openings

 Willamalane Park and Recreation District Job Announcement: Human Resources Manager (2/12/2019) 
Willamalane Park & Recreation District: Human Resources Manager

SALARY: $32.34 - $43.66 Hourly | $5,605.60 - $7,567.73 Monthly | $67,267.20 - $90,812.80 Annually
OPENING DATE: 02/06/19
CLOSING DATE: 02/28/19 05:00 PM

General Statement Of Duties: Plans, organizes, and manages the District's human resource and risk management programs; does related work as required.

Distinguishing Features Of The Class: The Human Resource Manager ensures that human resource programs support the long-term goals of the organization. This position performs professional work of considerable difficulty overseeing a range of administrative functions related to human resource management, benefits administration, employee development, health and safety, and customer service. This position also conducts regular HR training for employees and supervisors. This position has direct supervisory responsibilities, as well as serving as a coach and mentor for other positions in the organization. This role includes the responsibility to hire, performance manage, discipline and separate employees from the organization. Both direct reports and through supports of management in the ongoing operations of the organization. Considerable knowledge of principles and practices of human resource and risk management, dynamics of employee development and professional growth. Working knowledge of state and federal labor laws and regulations. Ability to plan, organize and present training activities to diverse employee groups, establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies and the public, follow written and verbal instructions, and communicate effectively verbally and in writing.

(Illustrative only. Any single position of a class will not necessarily involve all of the duties listed, and many positions will involve duties that are not listed.)

*Plans, directs and administers various human resource programs.
*Writes and revises job classification specifications.
*Develops HR training programs and teaches courses.
*Researches, analyzes data and prepares quarterly reports on HR trends, new HR project suggestions and current program goals and progress.
*Develop and implements personnel programs, policies, and procedures in such areas as classification, compensation, communications, training, growth and retention,
performance reviews, and safety 
*Provides advice and counsel to department heads, managers and staff on updating and interpreting programs.
*Represents the organization with related agencies and the public.
*Oversees and administers risk management, safety, worker's compensation and employee benefits programs.
*Monitors legislative action, bills and new legislation to provide advice to management staff.
*Makes purchasing recommendations and manages various liability, property and specialty insurance policies.
*Provides information and assistance to appropriate committees.
*Manages handling of lawsuits and acts as liaison with attorneys.
*Develops policies and procedures for safety, loss prevention and risk control.
*Provides assistance and guidance to departments regarding liability, risk issues and contract administration.
*Oversees administration of worker's compensation insurance program.
*Assists in development and implementation of safety training programs for compliance with OSHA regulations and other federal, state or local requirements.
*Participates in development of benefits strategy of employee benefits program.
*Supervise staff supporting and working in the areas listed above.
*Manages and enforces the district's collective bargaining contract, participates in negotiations and appropriate union-related meetings.
*Oversees internal and external job recruitment efforts.
*Serves as the district's Americans with Disabilities Act lead for employees.

Knowledge: Knowledge and understanding of principles of human resources, training, business operations, leadership, personal and professional development, and safety practices.

Skills: Effective written and oral communication skills; able to exhibit sensitivity to needs of employees and patrons while maintaining an efficient and cost-effective human resource and risk management program; proficient skills including leadership, relationship management, ethical practice, and Microsoft Word, Excel, and the Internet.

Abilities: Communicates effectively with all ages; work independently with accountability; evaluate effectiveness of programs and staff, excellent written and verbal communication skills, establish and maintain positive work relationships with management, staff, and volunteers. Attention to detail.

Physical Requirements Of The Position: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. This position requires the ability to occasionally lift office products and supplies, up to 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and ability to adjust focus.

Work Environment: This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment. Travel is primarily local during the business day, although some out-of-the-area and overnight travel may be expected.

Personal Protective Equipment: None.

Experience And Training: Bachelor's degree in human resources or a related field and four years of human resource experience; 2 years of experience must have been in a management capacity. Any combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position will also be considered. 

Preference: SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) credential or HRCI Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) credential. NOTE: the successful candidate will be required to obtain one of these certifications within one year of hire.

Hours/Shift: Outside of established workweek hours, may work a flexible schedule, including weekends, evenings, meetings, and on-call status as needed including weather-related schedule adjustment.

Equal Opportunity Employer
Drug Free Workplace


250 S 32nd St
Bob Keefer Center for Sports and Recreation
Springfield, OR 97478

 Klamath Drainage District Job Announcement: District Manager (2/11/2019) 
Klamath Drainage District: District Manager

The Klamath Drainage District is accepting applications for the position of District Manager. Closing Date is February 15, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. A job announcement and job application can be downloaded from the District's website at

 Rockwood Water PUD Job Announcement: Associate Engineer (2/11/2019) 
Rockwood Water PUD: Associate Engineer

Salary Range:  $81,827 to $104,291 per year, plus benefits (position is offered at 40 hours per week).


Application Deadline:  First review date will be March 11, 2019.  The position will remain open until filled.



Application materials will be evaluated, and qualified candidates will be interviewed.  You must have verifiable references with current contact information.  If you wish modification of the selection process to accommodate a disability, please make your request in writing and submit it along with the required application materials.  All employment offers are contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening, physical exam, background investigation, and verifiable references.  Preference will be given to honorably discharged veterans and disabled veterans of the United States Armed Forces.  To receive veterans’ preference, please complete the veterans’ preference form, including attachment of required materials, and submit with your application materials.



Complete and Return a signed District application form along with your resume and cover letter to:


Rockwood Water People's Utility District

19601 NE Halsey Street

Portland, OR  97230-7430


or email signed and completed documents to:


Applications are available at the District office or visit

 Sunrise Water Authority Job Announcement: Record Management Specialist - Temporary (2/1/2019) 
Sunrise Water Authority: Record Management Specialist - Temporary

Sunrise Water Authority is looking for an experienced Records Management Specialist to help set-up and initiate a digital public records program using the ORMS archival system.  The ideal candidate will have experience managing and maintaining official public records, as prescribed under Oregon state law (ORS 192).  This is a temporary position authorized on a fiscal-year basis for up to 30-40 hours per week (or as required to meet a progressive schedule for implementation).  It may be re-authorized annually as approved by the Board of Commissioners. 

About Sunrise Water Authority:

Sunrise is a public water utility, serving about 50,000 people in and around Happy Valley, Oregon.  Our goal is to provide quality product and customer service through sustainable business practices.  We are in need of an experienced Records Management Specialist to join our Administrative team and help us get our records program off the ground.   

Essential Functions: 

  • Development of records retention platform using the ORMS electronic platform
  • Organizing, scanning and uploading records from paper and digital format to ORMS
  • Archiving records on site and transferring permanent paper copies to Iron Mountain storage facility

Desired Skills and Experience: 

  • Knowledge of public records retention standards (as prescribed under Oregon state law)
  • Proficient in the use of various office equipment and personal computers
  • Data entry experience
  • Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills
  • Excellent active listening and communication skills
  • Experience with ORMS preferred

Minimum Qualifications:

  • At least two (2) years of municipal records management experience for a public agency
  • Ability to bend, stoop or kneel, as well as to lift and carry banker’s boxes up to 30 pounds

Compensation and Benefits:

Hourly wage:  $20 -$24 DOQ/DOE. 
This position will offer benefits (at 30+ hours per week), including holiday pay, paid-time off, medical, dental and vision insurance and participation in the Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS).  All benefits are subject to eligibility requirements.  

To Apply:

Visit for an employment application and instructions for applying.

Sunrise is an equal opportunity employer.  Veteran’s preference applies to those candidates that identify themselves as a Veteran of the US Armed Forces and provide a legible copy of their DD214 or DD215 and Veteran Affairs letter of disability if applicable (as part of their application). 

Open until filled.


 Tualatin Valley Water District Job Announcement: Controller (1/31/2019) 
Tualatin Valley Water District: Controller

Tualatin Valley Water District
is looking to fill a Controller position. This position will manage the District’s financial reporting and accounting functions. Responsible for overseeing the District’s compliance with statutory, regulatory, and financial accounting requirements and generally accepted accounting principles. The Controller supervises accounting staff, manages the reports of the District’s financial position and performance, and prepares financial cost analyses and accounting related to the District’s operations. 


We have a great benefits package to offer the right candidate. If interested, please go to our website and follow the directions on how to apply. First review of the application materials is February 20th.  This position is open until filled.  Our webpage is


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