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Oregon Health Authority
Nov 15, 2018
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority is modernizing and expanding their IT infrastructure and currently has a fantastic opportunity for a Project Management Office (PMO) Analyst to join an excellent team and work to advance their IT operations.  The Oregon Health Authority promotes health equity by developing policies and programs to eliminate health disparities and reach health equity for all Oregonians.  What you will do! As a PMO Analyst, you will act as a liaison for Project Solutions (PS) by reporting and collecting information from and providing information to internal and external stakeholders. You will be responsible for ensuring accurate, quality and timely reporting to agency leadership, the Department of Administrative Services (DAS), the Legislative Fiscal Office (LFO), and federal partners. You will also support technology portfolio reporting activities within PS and the Office of Information Systems (OIS) by tracking and managing reporting cycles including timing and sequencing of monthly and quarterly reports on major technology projects for internal executive leadership as well as state and federal funding partners. You will identify and engage required stakeholders and determine the roles and responsibilities for report development.   In this role, you will support PS by leveraging reporting tools such as Microsoft Project, Project Online, Excel, SharePoint and CA Project Portfolio Management (PPM) for tracking and reporting technology project and portfolio information. You will be involved in the setup, configuration, modification, troubleshooting and testing of these tools. In addition, you will use this core technology to create new project tools with the PS Team. You will also work with the PS Team to coordinate and improve communications.   Additionally, you will collaborate across OIS with other units to support the PMO and PS activities. You will work with OIS Workforce Education to coordinate training and support for the PS group and work to enhance communications amongst project team members. What's in it for you? Collaboration in an open office with a team of bright individuals to work with and learn from. We offer full medical, vision and dental with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and ten paid holidays per year. If you are interested in becoming an Analyst for our Project Management Office (PMO) , don't delay, apply today!    This is a full-time, permanent position that is classified and represented by a union. This position will be located in Salem at 3990 Fairview Industrial Drive SE.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, Finance, Political Science or any degree demonstrating the capacity for the knowledge and skills; and two years of professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning experience involving analysis and reporting .     OR;   Any combination of experience and education equivalent to five years of professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning experience involving analysis and reporting .      REQUESTED SKILLS: Experience with all portions of Federal and State compliance reporting such as Advance Planning Documents, Project Closure, Office of the State CIO, Legislative Reporting and/or other Federal partner reporting. Proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite with an emphasis on configuration and management of SharePoint, Excel, Project and Project Online. Experience implementing and using electronic tools for document sharing, communication and/or workflow automation. Ability to support user engagement (setup, configuration, modification, troubleshooting, and testing) for office tool automation such as Microsoft Project Online and SharePoint. Knowledge of the Project Management Lifecycle and related artifacts as defined by PMI/PMBOK standards. Experience working with project teams in an Information Technology (IT) environment. Skills in coordinating and facilitating work with distributed teams including internal and external stakeholders. Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills. Outstanding customer service skills. Experience in promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.
National Wildlife Federation
Nov 15, 2018
Full time
Regional Communications Coordinator | Opportunities Founded in 1936, the National Wildlife Federation is America's largest and most trusted grassroots conservation organization with 51 state and territorial affiliates and some six million members and supporters nationwide. The Federation's programs are aimed at conserving wildlife, restoring important habitats and waterways, defending clean air and water, protecting public lands, expanding outdoor opportunities for all, and connecting children with nature.   Our Rocky Mountain Regional Center (RMRC) is seeking a position to coordinate the RMRC’s external communications targeted at building recognition, visibility and support for this region.  In this role you will coordinate an over-arching communications and outreach strategy for the region.  The communications and outreach will primarily focus on the Early Childhood Health Outdoors and Tribal Partnerships programs, but will also seek to build support for all of the RMRC’s programs and priorities, including promotion of our Public Lands work.  If successful, this position will garner greater recognition of the RMRC’s programming, will position NWF’s RMRC as a visible leader in the region and result in greater support for NWF’s work.  The position is located in NWF’s Denver office.   You will work with a cross-cutting team comprised of regional leadership and program staff to refine and implement a coordinated regional communication and outreach strategy.  Responsibilities include: Assist in the formation and delivery of an over-arching narrative and storytelling for the RMRC. Develop and implement short-term (weekly) and long-term (annual) schedules of outreach and communications activities across multiple RMRC programs. Convene regular check-ins with RMRC leadership and program staff to discuss RMRC messaging and opportunities for outreach and strategic communications. Coordinate overall RMRC outreach and communications activities utilizing messages and expertise from a team of program staff. Assist in the delivery of the RMRC’s conservation and education work including communications support for the Early Childhood Health Outdoors, Tribal Partnerships and Wildlife Conflict Resolution programs. For these RMRC programs, write and distribute press releases, press statements, blogs, and op-eds as needed. Serve as the RMRC liaison to develop and place stories in print, radio and television news outlets. Work with national NWF Communications staff to assure RMRC messaging and communication strategies are consistent and aligned with national expectations. Effectively implement RMRC’s communications vehicles (e.g., blogs, social media, impact reports, press releases, website, e-newsletter, etc.) to reach RMRC current and potential supporters on a regular (and strategic) basis. Work with RMRC staff to strategically identify, segment, develop and use outreach lists that build recognition and support for NWF programming in the region. Work with the national and regional online staff to develop and implement an online strategy that includes coordinated web content and social media, starting with clear goals, audiences and outcomes. Set up and implement a tracking system (e.g., open and click-through rates, etc.) to allow for data-driven adjustments to outreach strategies and tactics. Serve as primary contact with contract writers and designers to develop collateral materials and outreach vehicles that incorporate consistent RMRC messaging.   Qualifications: Must have at least three or more years of relevant communications experience Ability to take initiative and produce results. High-level organizational skills. Highly-developed oral and written communication skills. Ability to work with a diverse range of people. Proven ability to learn quickly and develop high-functioning expertise. Ability to work collaboratively with peers and develop positive working relationships. Strong work ethic and project management skills. Proficient understanding of how to use social media platforms (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram). Your actions are expected to reflect the staff values of the National Wildlife Federation: collaboration, mindfulness, empowerment, inclusivity, and mission focus. We aspire to be an inclusive multicultural organization that celebrates the rich dimensions of diversity such as race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical ability, and religious and political belief. Diversity at the National Wildlife Federation translates into understanding and valuing each other's perspectives. The National Wildlife Federation offers excellent benefits, competitive compensation, and a family-friendly, flexible work environment. We are committed to building a complementary team and strongly support candidates from all backgrounds to apply. If you meet more than 75% of the qualifications of this description, we support your application. If selected, a background check will be conducted. If you are interested you should submit both a cover letter and resume.
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