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     Total Rewards Leader


    Awarded Oregon’s “Healthiest Employer” of our size four out of the last six years and consistently ranked within the top 10 in the “Healthiest 100 workplaces in America”— SAIF’s impressive benefits and strong investment in employee safety and wellness have earned us our spot as an employer of choice.

    While awards are nice, that’s not why we do it. At SAIF we strive to give employees the total rewards program they need to be healthy and maintain work-life balance—not only to bolster recruitment and support engagement, but also to keep employees safe. It’s what we help our customers do every day.

    SAIF is seeking a new total rewards leader to manage our compensation, benefits, and payroll teams, as well as our award-winning wellness program, which includes an onsite health clinic, fitness center, and café with subsidized nutritious options.

    We’re looking for a visionary to take our already thriving total rewards program to new heights. The right candidate will have a background in compensation and benefits and enthusiasm for building a culture focused on Total Worker Health. You’ll need experience in strategic and visionary leadership of HR programs and skills in communication, collaboration, and innovation. You’ll also need the ability to analyze compensation and benefits plans and industry trends to help shape HR strategies. Your work will directly contribute to SAIF’s mission to make Oregon the safest and healthiest place to work.

    Are you the total rewards visionary SAIF is looking for? Apply today.

    Organizational Development Consultant


    SAIF is seeking a new organizational development consultant to develop and implement organizational and talent solutions to address business challenges in support of division and organizational initiatives and strategies to build organizational strength.

    Let’s drop the corporate jargon for a second and talk about what this job is really about: people. At its heart, organizational development is about helping people be their best. It’s about leading changes that will enhance performance and results and helping people succeed through those changes.

    Working with HR and other division leaders, you’ll provide business solutions, facilitate relationship building, assess needs, and offer change management. As our new consultant, the work you do to solve organizational challenges directly impacts the way employees serve our customers.

    To do this job well, you don’t need to be fluent in jargon. But you will need empathy, discernment, creativity, collaboration, and strong listening and problem-solving skills. While your days will include tasks like team building and coaching sessions, you will also encounter the challenges of working with people, including conflict management. We need someone who can navigate to the root of a problem and deliver difficult messages in honest, tactful ways.

    Are you a people person? Do you want to help people thrive at SAIF through organizational development? Apply today.



    The Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) is recruiting for a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer (Operations & Policy Analyst 4)

    The primary purpose of the position is to serve as the intellectual leader and convener on issues, activities, and policies related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) to promote a culture and climate that supports the success of all who learn, work, and engage with the agency. This position co-leads with Office Directors on DEI and culture efforts, acts as a liaison to employees and supervisors to ensure Offices align with overall agency mission and Governor's Office direction. This position guides in the development of agency policies and goals related to DEI and works with Office Directors to effectively create and maintain a positive, inclusive, communicative, team-oriented, and emotionally intelligent workplace. This position additionally ensures compliance with diversity, inclusion, affirmative action, and equal employment opportunities.

    To learn more about this position and/or to apply, please visit:
    Current State of Oregon Employees:$392530/9925$17325.htmld
    External Applicants: --Public-Service-Building---HECC/Diversity--Equity--and-Inclusion-Officer _REQ-19


    Application Deadline: September 4th, 2019



    Are you in need of a summer intern?  Or just curious what students might be available to help your business this summer?  Consider exploring a college intern. 


    Currently there is one MBA student looking for a summer internship.  For more information email


    The Service Learning and Career Development office at Western Oregon University provides consulting services for companies, organizations, and agencies to develop, promote, and support successful internship programs. We are proud of our long tradition of building community partnerships to connect local businesses with our hardworking, inspiring, and diverse student population. We would welcome the opportunity to meet with you to learn more about your needs and interests and identify ways to strengthen relationships between you and WOU.

    For more information on developing an internship program or expanding your current recruitment efforts, please contact Kathryn Plummer, Assistant Director, at 503-838-8041 or