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    Our Business is Growing!  Human Resources Generalist – Bilingual in Spanish and English

    Smith Gardens, the largest annual and perennial grower in the Pacific Northwest, has an exciting opportunity for a Human Resources Generalist to join our team at our Aurora, OR, site!

    JOB FUNCTION: This position is responsible for managing all human resource programs associated with the 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.

    QUALIFICATIONS/EDUCATION:
    • 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 www.smithgardens.com.

    Qualified candidates should send a resume to: human.resources@Smithgardens.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

    Posted 11/10/17

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    Special Districts Association of Oregon (SDAO) is seeking a human resources professional to provide consulting services and trainings to our special district members, and administration, coordination, and evaluation of our internal human resource function. This individual will work in the SDAO Legal Department with both the pre-loss legal and litigation teams.

    SDAO, located in Salem, Oregon, is a not-for-profit association of special districts and other local government entities in Oregon. Our mission is to assist special service districts in providing cost-effective and efficient public services to the people of 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.

    For the full job announcement and application details, please visit our website at http://www.sdao.com/s4/classifieds/sdao-hr-manager.aspx

    Posted 10/25/17

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    The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is excited to announce a permanent opening for a Human Resource Analyst 3 position located in Salem. The goal of this recruitment is to fill the position at the Human Resource Analyst 3 level. However, we encourage candidates who meet the minimum qualifications for the Human Resource Analyst 2 ($4320-$6056/month) to apply, as we may consider under-filling the position until the selected candidate meets the minimum qualifications for a Human Resource Analyst 3.

    Do you enjoy being a resource to employees and managers, have a knack for creating and delivering interactive and engaging trainings, then look no further! Join the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's team of HR professionals. Not only will you be the lead trainer within our HR Department, but will also be helping make a difference in Oregon's natural resources.

    For more information and to apply visit: Human Resource Analyst 3 (Human Resource Analyst) Please note, this opportunity will close on 10/30/2017.

    Posted 10/25/17

    INTERNSHIPS

    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. 


    WILLAMETTE UNIVERTY MBA PROGRAM

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


    WESTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY

    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 plummerk@wou.edu.