462 job(s) at Oregon Health Authority

Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR (Hybrid)
Jun 14, 2024
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced OIS Policy Coordinator to join an excellent team and work to advance their IT operations.  The Office of Information Service’s mission is to deliver technology solutions and services that support Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Human Services in helping Oregonians achieve health, well-being, and independence. The Oregon Health Authority is committed to: Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030 Becoming an anti-racist organization Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon. Click here to learn more about OHA’s mission, vision, and core values. What you will do! Provide policy analysis and research assistance for Information Services (IS) policies affecting ODHS and OHA; work extensively to facilitate and improve communications and work progress related to OIS policies and processes. This position works closely with leadership and with key staff members across both ODHS and OHA, as well as with the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) research, propose, revise, and implement Information Services policies within scope of OIS policy responsibility. This position will assist with the development of policy strategy and governance related to OIS/OHA/ODHS information systems. The position will also fill various roles in working with external stakeholders, vendors, and key organizational efforts. What we are looking for! MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: (Please clearly outline how you meet the minimum requirements and special qualifications in your application/resume/cover letter. Failure to do so might disqualify you from consideration) (a) 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 four years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work. OR (b) Any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skills for the classification. Desired Attributes Excellent public relations and written and oral communications skills with an ability to bridge the language gap between IT and business customers. Demonstrated proficiency using Microsoft Suite, with emphasis on Microsoft Word, Excel, Visio, Adobe, and PowerPoint. Skill to use relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with laws, regulations, or standards. Familiarity with the executive and legislative decision-making process. Identify complex problems and review related information to develop and propose options to leadership for solution. Skill and experience coordinating and facilitating work with distributed teams; including internal and external stakeholders. Experience working with teams in an information technology environment. Superlative verbal and written communication skills, and effective listening skills. Ability to quickly synthesize information. Ability to work within a structured government environment but understand the demands of technology alignment and implementation. What's in it for you? Medical, vision, and dental benefits Eleven (11) paid holidays. Eight (8) hours of vacation per month, eligible to be used after 6 months of service. Eight (8) hours of sick leave per month, eligible to be used as accrued. 24 hours of personal business leave per fiscal year, eligible to be used after 6 months of service. Pension and retirement programs  Opportunity to potentially receive loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF) Continuous growth and development opportunities Opportunities to serve your community and make an impact through meaningful work. A healthy work/life balance, including fulltime remote options as well. Monthly Salary Range: $5,747 - $8,831 Close Date: 06/30/2024 Location: Salem, OR / Hybrid The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity. How to Apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number  REQ-159203
Oregon Health Authority Portland or Salem, Oregon (primarily remote position)
Jun 14, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience developing, implementing, and providing oversight of policies and programs at the community, state, and/or national level that promote equity and inclusion and reduce disparities? Are you passionate about co-creating human-centered, community-driven solutions that facilitate a whole person system of care? We look forward to hearing from you!   Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position   What you will do! This position serves as a key policy advisor and develops behavioral health regulatory policy, standards, and procedures that deal with complex regulatory situations in which policy is not clearly defined.  The primary purpose of this position is to serve as the Medicaid subject matter expert on adult mental health services, including 1915(i) home and community-based services (HCBS), state plan option and provide policy advice to senior management on administering medical assistance programs that affect Oregonians with low incomes and providers of services. This position is responsible to develop methods to gather data and analyze collected data to monitor and manage program efficacy and compliance. Along with other units within OHA, the analyst in this position will work to expand the scope of services within HCBS programs, develop cost-based analyses and inform transition to value-based payments.   OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030.   What's in it for you? We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages for you and your qualified family members, with very low monthly out-of-pocket costs. Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.   Example: 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 four years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.   Desired Attributes Preference given to those with subject matter expertise in home and community-based services regulations, and Oregon's statewide transition plan. Knowledge of health services delivery systems, particularly the Oregon Health Plan/ Medicaid administration in Oregon, and experience in working with Community Mental Health Programs, Behavioral Health Service Providers, Coordinated Care Organizations or other managed care entities and their leadership to guide operations and policies. Knowledge and experience with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) waiver and demonstration projects. Experience and knowledge of Oregon's Behavioral Health System and relational landscape of key partners, providers, community based organizations, peer delivered services, and advocacy groups. Ability to demonstrate advanced Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook skillset; and skilled use of collaboration tools such as Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and Smartsheet. Specific knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, iterative design, and improvement science. Experience using a wide variety of research and evaluation methods, including quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods; demonstrated skill in presenting and articulating the value and relevance of data, research, and administrative studies. Demonstrates skills in the following areas: Community and Partner Engagement Contract Administration Data Synthesis, Analysis and Reporting Legislative Coordination Performance / Process / Quality Improvement Policy Advisement Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation Project Management Strong Oral and Written Communication Systems and Organizational Improvement Expert level Technical Assistance
Oregon Health Authority Salem or Portland, Oregon (Hybrid)
Jun 13, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience supporting the implementation of contracts and programs at the community, state, or national level? Do you enjoy interacting with internal and external partners and providing data synthesis, analysis and reporting to facilitate collaboration and decision-making? We look forward to hearing from you! Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position What you will do! Contract Support provides administrative support for the Contracts and Fiscal Operations staff and managers. This role is crucial to ensuring efficient and effective operations within the Medicaid Division, Fiscal Operations and Contracts Team, and the Strategic Operations and Improvement team. Successful candidates will support the implementation of vital healthcare programs, directly impacting health equity and outcomes for diverse communities across Oregon. This role interacts with internal and external partners to streamline processes and enhance program delivery. Key responsibilities include maintaining filing systems, scheduling meetings, updating Outlook calendars, and drafting correspondence. The role also involves organizing team activities, tracking, and scheduling services, and developing procedures to ensure efficient operations. The role also requires data compilation and report generation, composing and proofreading documents, and collaborating with team members to support various administrative tasks. Customer Service Coordinator provides essential administrative support for the Workforce Development, Equity and Administrative Services unit, which engages and supports Medicaid Division staff and managers. This role coordinates activities to ensure a smooth flow of services and operations which may include document generation, data tracking, scheduling, travel arrangements, and performing critical tasks related to employee recruitment, onboarding and offboarding.   OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030. What's in it for you? Oregon Health Authority is a team of passionate individuals working to promote health across the lifespan of individuals, families, and communities. We value and support unique perspectives using a trauma-informed approach and aim to reflect these values in our hiring practices, professional development, and workplace. We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages for you and your qualified family members, with very low monthly out-of-pocket costs. Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Two years of secretarial or basic administrative support experience that includes records processing, generating documents, and gathering and sorting data; OR An associate degree in general office occupations and one year of experience with records processing, generating documents, and gathering and sorting data; OR An equivalent combination of education and experience. Desired Attributes Experience in working with Coordinated Care Organizations or other managed care entities, especially as it relates to equitable access to supports and services. Ability to explain and offer expert level technical assistance on rules, policy, and procedures. Ability to demonstrate advanced Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and use of collaboration tools such as Microsoft Teams, SharePoint and Smartsheet. Demonstrates skills in the following areas: Constructive and Collaborative Working Relationships Customer Service and Person-centered Engagement Critical Decision-making and Problem-solving Project Coordination and Monitoring Workload Planning & Prioritization Team Collaboration & Group Facilitation Written and oral communication, including preparation of reports and presentations.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-159150 Application Deadline: 06/23/2024 Salary Range: $3,477 - $4,755
Oregon Health Authority Portland or Salem, Oregon (Hybrid)
Jun 11, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience building trusted and collaborative community partnerships that directly shape policies and programs at the community, state, and/or national level that promote equity and inclusion and reduce disparities?  Are you passionate about weaving community engagement, health outcomes research, quality assurance, continuous improvement, and program/policy evaluation strategies to evolve equity centered, system-wide transformation? We look forward to hearing from you! Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position What you will do! The Behavioral Health Deputy Director of Equity, Community Partnerships and Quality Assurance serves as a member/leader of the Behavioral Health Division (BHD) executive leadership team. This position is responsible for the day-to-day activities related to administering and enforcing the statutes and rules of behavioral health services and laws/rules of Oregon Health Authority (OHA). This position oversees and supervises the BHD Quality Assurance, Office of Recovery and Resilience and BH Equity and Partnership teams. This position serves on state and executive level committees; acts as a liaison with other OHA divisions, state agencies, executive staff for contractors and community agencies, community residents and media. This position works with other BHD Deputy Directors, Directors and, Managers to focus services towards prevention, recovery and best practices in all of its funded services with a continuous commitment to improving the behavioral health system. Additionally, the position directs activities of program areas by determining policy, program priorities, and utilization of resources. This position monitors the various business and clinical aspects of the division's programs via data/reports and makes recommendations for budgeting and fiscal stewardship. This position maintains constant awareness of updates in local, state and federal mandates and policy changes. Develops strategies for the division related to personnel administration, recruitment, and retention, providing timely employee PPRs, and training. Works in collaboration with human resources and labor relations to review and address personnel actions. Develops and monitor administrative controls to identify and mitigate fiscal, legal, strategic, and contractual and personnel risk and liability for the division and contracted providers. Provides leadership and consensus building and collaboration on a broad range of complex issues with a variety of participants, stakeholders, subordinates, and executive management. OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030. What's in it for you? Oregon Health Authority is a team of passionate individuals working to promote health across the lifespan of individuals, families, and communities. We value and support unique perspectives using a trauma-informed approach and aim to reflect these values in our hiring practices, professional development, and workplace. We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages for you and your qualified family members, with very low monthly out-of-pocket costs. Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Seven years of supervision, management, or progressively related experience; OR four years of related experience and a bachelor's degree in a related field (behavioral health, business management, etc). Desired Attributes Knowledge of health services delivery systems, particularly the Oregon Health Plan/ Medicaid administration in Oregon, and experience in working with Community Mental Health Programs, Behavioral Health Service Providers, Coordinated Care Organizations or other managed care entities and their leadership to guide operations and policies. Knowledge and experience of the legislative process and government finance, specifically reviewing, interpreting and analyzing legislative concepts and legislative bills. Experience and knowledge of Oregon's Behavioral Health System and relational landscape of key partners, providers, community based organizations, peer delivered services, and advocacy groups. Specific knowledge and understanding of the full continuum of behavioral health care, with specific understanding of the cross section between mental health, substance use disorder, community criminal legal system and systemic racism. Knowledge about contracts/interagency agreement administration, procurement, and project management within the context of Oregon state government (e.g. OHA/ODHS) or other complex health services delivery organizations. Experience in financial and budget management, tracking and oversight for larger scale efforts or program / team accountability. Familiarity with varying funding streams for statewide and community investment and value-based payment mechanisms.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-158830   Application Deadline: 06/24/2024 Salary Range: $7,599 - $11,752
Oregon Health Authority Hillsboro, OR
Jun 10, 2024
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD) Oregon State Public Health Laboratory in Hillsboro, Oregon has a career opportunity for a General Microbiology Manager and Responsible Official (Science Chemistry Lab Manager 3) to serve as the Section Manager for the Microbiology Section, as well as the Responsible Official (RO) for our Select Agent Program. The Oregon State Public Health Laboratory (OSPHL) has been actively protecting the public's health since 1903 by supporting state and local infectious disease control efforts, preventing metabolic disorders detectable at birth, and assuring the quality of testing in clinical and environmental laboratories. This is a full-time, permanent, management service position and is not represented by a union. This recruitment may be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill current or future vacancies . What will you do? As the General Microbiology Manager and Responsible Official, you will provide administrative and managerial oversight of analytical and specialized testing for infectious diseases and agents of public health interest in the General Microbiology section of the Public Health Laboratory and be responsible for the effective day-to-day operations. You will provide scientific and technical expertise and management to ensure that the laboratory is in compliance and quality standards are met and have overall responsibility for the planning, coordination, evaluation, and supervision of all technical and/or operational activities and staff members in the laboratory and the undertaking of complex management tasks within the subject area. In addition, you will ensure that work conforms to standard procedures and related federal and state laws; integrate and coordinate laboratory activities with other departments, bureaus, and clients; develop recommend, and maintain a budget; authorize expenditures and write specifications for instrumentation acquisition including new technology. Responsible for providing strategic direction for short and long-term goals and technical projects. What's in it for you? The Public Health Division is a team of passionate individuals working to promote health across the lifespan of individuals, families, and communities. We value and support unique perspectives using a trauma-informed approach and aim to reflect these values in our hiring practices, professional development, and workplace. We are committed to racial equity as a driving factor to improve health outcomes for all communities that experience inequities. We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefit packages for you and your qualified family members with minimal out-of-pocket costs (member cost share is as low as 1% - 5%). Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx   Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year. 3 additional paid personal business days each year. 8 hours of paid sick leave accrued each month. 10 hours of vacation leave accrued each month with increases every 5 years. Pension and Retirement plans. After six months of service, you may qualify for the Public Employee Retirement System (PERS). New employees may be enrolled in the Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan (OPSRP) . Student Loan Forgiveness; Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) opportunity. The PSLF program may forgive student loan balances after you’ve made the equivalent of 120 qualifying monthly payments.  Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Continuous growth and development opportunities. Click here to learn more and access a summary of State of Oregon benefits. The Oregon Health Authority is committed to:  Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030 Becoming an anti-racist organization Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, and Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon. Minimum Qualifications: A master’s degree in laboratory science, clinical microbiology, public health or in a closely related degree and a minimum of three years of supervisory or management experience in a public health laboratory; OR, A bachelor’s degree in laboratory science, clinical microbiology, public health, or in a closely related degree, and a minimum of four years of supervisory or management experience in a public health laboratory; OR, Seven years of supervision or management experience in a public health laboratory. Desired Attributes: Management experience that includes overseeing compliance and responsibility for planning, coordination, and evaluation of technical and operational activities in a laboratory. Must possess in-depth knowledge of quality systems for laboratories. Advanced degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in microbiology, public health, public policy, public administration or other closely related disciplines. Personnel management experience related to the motivation, management, direction, coordination, and review of the work of professional, technical, and clerical personnel. Experience establishing program goals, objectives, and priorities. Experience in planning, directing, and coordinating difficult and complex programs. Experience providing leadership to direct and evaluate program performance, prioritize among responsibilities and coordinate activities of supervisory, professional and administrative staff. Ability to analyze, apply and explain laws, rules, policies and procedures. Excellent communication, training, team building and interpersonal skills are required to communicate with highly trained professionals across multiple disciplines of microbiology and laboratory science. Experience in budgeting, contracting, and financial management processes. Ability to facilitate Public Health’s emerging role in achieving health equity. 12. Experience working with confidential information in public health or health care settings. Experience working with diverse partners, incorporating community input, and implementing programs and policies that further health equity. Working Conditions: The work of this role will be performed on-site at the Oregon State Public Laboratory located at 7202 NE Evergreen Pkwy Ste 100, Hillsboro, OR 97124. Frequent travel is required. Working conditions may change at any time at the discretion of the manager. Close Date: 7/7/2024 Monthly Salary: $7,599 - $11,752   How to Apply: Apply at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-158693
Oregon Health Authority Salem or Portland, Oregon (Hybrid)
Jun 06, 2024
Full time
Are you passionate about using data and trends to drive change and create improvement strategies? Do you have experience or knowledge about health care metrics around Oregon Health Plan/Medicaid?  We look forward to hearing from you! Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position What you will do! Coordinate and monitor compliance Provide oversight into compliance functions Attend meetings, forming processes, monitoring internal and external compliance, assisting in corrective action plans, sanctioning and communication with internal and external entities as needed Consult on new initiatives to help ensure new programs are in compliance and will create a risk management process for programs within Medicaid OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030. What's in it for you? We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits. WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Five years experience doing administrative research that included compiling and evaluating facts to recommend management action, or decide compliance or eligibility with program guidelines and regulations. Three of the five years must be above the technical support level. Note: College-level course work may substitute for experience on the basis of 45-quarter units per year, up to a maximum of three years. Desired Attributes Knowledge of health services delivery systems, particularly the Oregon Health Plan/ Medicaid administration in Oregon, and experience in working with Community Mental Health Programs, Behavioral Health Service Providers, Coordinated Care Organizations or other managed care entities and their leadership to guide operations and policies. Knowledge about contracts/interagency agreement administration, procurement, and project management Experience in producing written reports, experience in presenting data for lay audiences / data visualization / data analysis / information summarization with corresponding software expertise.  Strong communication skills across a variety of forms, written and spoken. Ability to demonstrate advanced Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio and Outlook skillset; and skilled use of collaboration tools such as Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and Smartsheet.  Demonstrates skills in the following areas:   Community and Partner Engagement  Legislative Coordination   Policy Advisement  Performance / Process / Quality Improvement  Systems and Organizational Improvement  Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation  Data Synthesis, Analysis and Reporting  Data Analysis and Visualization  Data Management and Mapping   Contract Administration  Project Management  Strong Oral and Written Communication     How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-158341 Application Deadline: 06/18/2024 Salary Range: $5,483 - $8,416
Oregon Health Authority Portland or Salem, Oregon (hybrid, mostly remote)
Jun 06, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience providing collaborative oversight, improvement strategies and technical assistance for complex, multiple-partner programs that promote equity and inclusion and reduce disparities? Are you passionate about promoting the delivery of comprehensive, community-based, trauma-informed supports and services for people with substance use disorders or harmful substance use? We look forward to hearing from you!   Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position   What you will do! Measure 110 Behavioral Health Resource Network Analyst (2 positions). The primary purpose of this position is to serve as a grant administrator for the grant agreements awarded by the Measure 110 Oversight and Accountability Council (OAC) for the purposes of creating the Behavioral Health Resource Networks (BHRNs), Oregon’s new statewide substance use recovery system.   This position manages and coordinates grantees in a complex delivery system which includes state agencies, non-profit partners, county partners, the Measure 110 OAC, and behavioral health and physical health partners. This person works across grants and contracts, data systems, budget, planning, and analytics staff, and in accordance with Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs), to implement and continually improve systems to monitor contractual and grant obligations, including budget and quality, and serves as consultant to other HSD program sections to promote knowledge in this area across the division. The person in this position will maintain, monitor, and administer the various Measure 110 grant agreements as assigned, including validation of grantee expenditures and completion of approved scope of work to ensure grant compliance.   This position interacts and communicates regularly with the Office of Behavioral Health and Health Systems Division (HSD) Executive and Management teams to facilitate awareness of dynamics impacting BHRN strategy, operations, and community relationships. In conjunction with the full Measure 110 team, this position plays a key role in identifying and fostering integration, innovation, and spread of best practices across the BHRNs.   OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030.   What's in it for you? We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages for you and your qualified family members, with very low monthly out-of-pocket costs. Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.   Example: 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 four years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.   Desired Attributes Lived experience and other areas of diversity is valued and recognized as a desired qualification for this position.  Demonstrates skills in the following areas: Community and Partner Engagement Policy Advisement Performance / Process / Quality Improvement Systems and Organizational Improvement Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation Data Synthesis, Analysis and Reporting Contract Administration Project Management Expert level Technical Assistance Strong Oral and Written Communication
Oregon Health Authority Portland or Salem, Oregon (mostly remote position)
Jun 03, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience providing business analysis and project management at a community, state, federal, and/or large organization level for Agile IT teams? Do you have a passion for gathering detailed business requirements or developing landscape assessments in the IT space? We look forward to hearing from you!   Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position   What you will do! This position is responsible for identifying system and operational needs across OHA and partner groups to support accurate and effective systems and operational processes for Behavioral Health programs and service delivery. This position is charged with providing strong leadership in accomplishing the primary directives of improving behavioral health systems and data accuracy. This position is a liaison across OHA for the purpose of identifying gaps; root cause analysis; developing and building on business processes; identifying areas for data system improvements; and OHA data collection requirements. This position is expected to identify and work toward the elimination of health inequities as part of new and ongoing legislative efforts.   This position monitors and tracks project schedules, areas of risk and system performance as appropriate. This position monitors and administers project contracts, monitors, and evaluates performance. This position regularly communicates with agency leadership, systems users, and external business partners.   OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030.   What's in it for you? We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx   Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits. WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.   Example: 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 four years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.   Desired Attributes Knowledge and experience with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), the Project Management Institute (PMI), industry and technology standards, including Azure Dev Ops (ADOS) best practices, and Agile/hybrid best practices. Knowledge of Oregon's Behavioral Health System and relational landscape of key partners, providers, community-based organizations, peer delivered services, and advocacy groups. Knowledge and understanding of the full continuum of behavioral health care, with specific understanding of the cross section between mental health, substance use disorder, community criminal legal system and systemic racism. Demonstrated project management experience, including ability to effectively manage multiple project timelines, contracts, plans, and deliverables. Experience communicating information, verbal and written, that are accessible to and understood by audiences with different levels of comprehension or interest and that are culturally responsive, inclusive, and appropriate.  Ability to demonstrate advanced Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio, and Outlook skillset; and skilled use of collaboration tools such as Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and Smartsheet.
Oregon Health Authority Portland or Salem Oregon (Remote optional)
Jun 03, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience developing, implementing, and supporting IT systems and programs at the community, state, and/or national level that promote equity and inclusion and reduce disparities? Are you passionate about customer service and agile IT development? We look forward to hearing from you!   Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position   What you will do! The Office of Data Strategies & Operations currently encompasses three units: the Data Strategy and Partnerships (DSP) Team, Compass Data Systems (Compass), and the Business Systems Unit (BSU). Compass is responsible for developing and supporting data systems that are responsive to the needs of the Behavioral Health and Medicaid Divisions, including leading the Compass Modernization portfolio of projects. Compass represents multiple systems that comprise the Behavioral Health data collection systems and the enterprise level OHA Data Environment. The Compass priorities are focusing on continuity of care, improving outcomes, enhancing data quality, breaking down information silos, streamlining reporting, reducing administrative burden, and supporting efficient data collection from providers. Compass’ data and system work supports the OHA efforts to help identify and monitor the elimination of health inequities.   These positions are responsible for identifying system and operational needs across OHA and partner groups to support the development, implementation, and operations of the assigned data system. These positions are liaisons across OHA for the purpose of identifying gaps; root cause analysis; developing and building on business processes; identifying areas for data system improvements; and OHA data collection requirements. The people in these positions are expected to identify and work toward the elimination of health inequities as part of new and ongoing legislative efforts.   Licensing and Certification System Specialist: The primary purpose of this position is to provide development and operational support, coordination, user liaison, access agreements, and system documentation for the Behavioral Health Licensing & Certification System.   Compass System Administrator The primary purpose of this position is to provide development and operational support coordination, user liaison, access agreements, and system documentation for the assigned Compass Data System(s).   OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030.   What's in it for you? We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx   Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Any combination of experience and education equivalent to five years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.   Example: 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 professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.   Desired Attributes Specific knowledge of Oregon Health Information Technology Oversight Council Charter (HITOC) and Meeting Materials, and the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act, Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009, and Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) regulations, Standards Advisories, Guidance, and Reports. Demonstrated knowledge and experience with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), the Project Management Institute (PMI), industry and technology standards, including Azure Dev Ops (ADOS) best practices, and Agile/hybrid best practices. Knowledge of Oregon's Behavioral Health System and relational landscape of key partners, providers, community-based organizations, peer delivered services, and advocacy groups. Knowledge and understanding of the full continuum of behavioral health care, with specific understanding of the cross section between mental health, substance use disorder, community criminal legal system and systemic racism. Experience communicating information, verbal and written, that are accessible to and understood by audiences with different levels of comprehension or interest and that are culturally responsive, inclusive, and appropriate. 
Oregon Health Authority Portland or Salem, OR (hybrid/mostly remote optional)
Jun 03, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience engaging and supporting diverse teams in strategic planning, design and decision-making and improvement strategies? Are you passionate about helping to build an infrastructure that promotes and assures language access for Oregon Health Plan members? We look forward to hearing from you!   Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position   What you will do! The primary purpose of this position is to provide project management for initiatives related to healthcare interpreter policies under Oregon’s Medicaid program, the Oregon Health Plan (OHP). A primary focus is implementing Senate Bill 1578 passed in the 2024 legislative session. SB 1578 is intended to improve OHP members’ access to certified and qualified health care interpreter services. It requires OHA to establish and maintain an interpreter management system (a software platform) that will provide online scheduling and facilitate billing and payment. The position contributes to developing and administering contracts with IT vendors and nonprofit organizations as required to implement this bill. The position works with contractors to process contract deliverables (such as reports) once contracts are established.   OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030.   What's in it for you? We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages for you and your qualified family members, with very low monthly out-of-pocket costs. Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits. WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Five years of progressively responsible experience related to the class concept;  OR Four years of progressively responsible experience related to the class concept AND an Oregon Project Management Associate Certification;  OR Two years of progressively responsible experience related to the class concept AND a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Management, Public Administration, or a closely related field;   OR A Project Management Professional Certification awarded by the Project Management Institute.   Desired Attributes Knowledge of health services delivery systems, particularly the Oregon Health Plan/ Medicaid administration in Oregon and relational landscape of key partners, providers, community based organizations, and advocacy groups. Knowledge about contracts/interagency agreement administration, procurement, and project management within the context of Oregon state government (e.g. OHA/ODHS) or other complex health services delivery organizations. Demonstrates skills in the following areas: Community and Partner Engagement Performance / Process / Quality Improvement Systems and Organizational Improvement Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation Data Synthesis, Analysis and Reporting Project Management Expert level Technical Assistance Strong Oral and Written Communication
Oregon Health Authority Portland or Salem, OR (hybrid work optional)
Jun 03, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience bridging business operations and organizational design strategies together to facilitate an engaged workforce?  Are you passionate about embedding equity into workforce recruitment, onboarding, retention, training, and development activities from a vibrant work culture perspective?  We look forward to hearing from you!   Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position   What you will do! The purpose of this position is to design and deliver training and learning forums to facilitate and promote workforce development, workforce equity, and employee engagement strategies for the Behavioral Health Division managers and staff. The individual in this position will design, facilitate, and evaluate training and curricula for quality, fidelity and effectiveness, and demonstrate knowledge and application of Adult Learning Theory that is neurodiverse responsive and trauma-informed. This will include developing and conducting a needs assessment at the individual program and organizational level, the development and maintenance of process guides, resource manuals and procedures, and qualitative and quantitative data dashboards.   This position will design and create cohort learning opportunities that are peer-oriented (staff with staff, manager with manager) as well as team oriented (manager and staff).   OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030.   What's in it for you? We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Five years of work experience designing, planning, and implementing adult education courses, or applying web-based technologies in a blended learning environment; OR Five years of work experience designing, planning, and implementing organizational development strategies. NOTE: A bachelor's degree in Education, Organizational Psychology, Business or Public Administration, Training and Development, Human Resources, Organizational Behavior, or related field may substitute for three years of the work experience stated above.   Desired Attributes Knowledge of health services delivery systems, particularly the Oregon Health Plan/ Medicaid administration in Oregon and relational landscape of key partners, providers, community based organizations, and advocacy groups. Knowledge of Oregon's Behavioral Health System and relational landscape of key partners, providers, community based organizations, and advocacy groups. Demonstrates skills in the following areas: Organizational Design and Organizational Effectiveness Strategy Performance / Process / Quality Improvement Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation Project Management Strong Oral and Written Communication Training & Group Facilitation   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-158080  Application Deadline: 06/10/2024 Salary Range: 5232 - 8024
Oregon Health Authority Portland or Salem, Oregon; hybrid remote
May 31, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience managing a team that develops and takes action to implement strategies which ensure data and technology promote equity, inclusion and reduce disparities? Do you like to support human-centered, data-informed decision making? Are you passionate about setting strategic direction that will guide the modernization of a large state agency? We look forward to hearing from you!   Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position   What you will do! The primary purpose of this position is to lead a team of mid- to upper-level professional staff to ensure strategic management of agency data assets. This will be done through the cultivation of effective partnerships across the health and human service enterprise. This position will require the development and execution of comprehensive data strategies which align with organizational objectives. The manager is expected to nurture partnerships both inside and outside of the agency to identify data for acquisition, integration and utilization.   Across all efforts, this position will continuously evaluate business needs and capabilities to optimize data strategies, improve the maturity of the agency’s use of data, and demonstrate the agency’s progress toward eliminating health inequities.   OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030.   What's in it for you? We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Six years of supervision, management, or progressively related experience; OR three years of related experience and a bachelor's degree in a related field (Information Technology, Computer Science, etc).   Desired Attributes Experience developing, implementing policies and programs Understanding and experience in data systems best practices and concepts of data governance and data management. Knowledge of health services delivery systems, particularly the Oregon Health Plan/ Medicaid administration in Oregon; knowledge and experience with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) waiver and demonstration projects. Knowledge about contracts/interagency agreement administration, procurement, and project management Experience in financial and budget management, tracking and oversight for larger scale efforts or program / team accountability. Specific knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, iterative design, and improvement science; including experience in effectively managing teams and fostering a trusting team culture. Demonstrated project management experience Strong communication skills across a variety of forms Advanced Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook skillset; and skilled use of collaboration tools such as Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and Smartsheet.
Oregon Health Authority Portland or Salem Oregon, Remote/Hybrid
May 31, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience developing, implementing, and providing oversight of policies and programs at the community, state, and/or national level that promote equity and inclusion and reduce disparities? Are you passionate about helping to build an infrastructure that promotes and assures language access for Oregon Health Plan members? We look forward to hearing from you!   This posting will be used to fill one (1) 24-month Limited Duration, full-time position. The position is classified and is represented by a union.  Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position   What you will do! The position provides analysis and support for implementing Senate Bill 1578 passed in the 2024 legislative session. SB 1578 is intended to improve OHP members’ access to certified and qualified health care interpreter services. It requires OHA to establish and maintain an interpreter management system (a software platform) that will provide online scheduling and facilitate billing and payment. The position contributes to developing and administering contracts with IT vendors and nonprofit organizations as required to implement this bill. The position works with contractors to process contract deliverables (such as reports) once contracts are established.   The position manages logistics and facilitates meetings to facilitate consulting with healthcare interpreters, OHP members, advocates, and Tribes. These meetings are to gather diverse perspectives and ideas for program improvements. The position assists with synthesizing what was heard and developing recommendations based on their input. The position responds to requests for information, answers questions, and prepares materials for consumers and interested parties to aid with understanding of the OHP interpreter benefit.   OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030.   What's in it for you? We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Any combination of experience and education equivalent to five years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.   Example: 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 professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.   Desired Attributes Preference may be given for the ability to read, write, speak and interpret English and one of the 5 most common languages in Oregon other than English (Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Russian, and Korean) with full proficiency in a culturally humble manner. Knowledge of health services delivery systems, particularly the Oregon Health Plan/ Medicaid administration in Oregon, and experience in working with Community Mental Health Programs, Behavioral Health Service Providers, Coordinated Care Organizations or other managed care entities. Demonstrates skills in the following areas: Community and Partner Engagement Legislative Coordination Policy Advisement Performance / Process / Quality Improvement Systems and Organizational Improvement Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation Data Synthesis, Analysis and Reporting Project Management Expert level Technical Assistance Strong Oral and Written Communication
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR (Remote)
May 29, 2024
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Testing Specialist to join an excellent team and work to advance their IT operations.  The work of this role may be conducted remotely with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. Candidates must reside in the United States to work 100 % remote. The Oregon Health Authority is committed to: Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030. Becoming an anti-racist organization. Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs. Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon. Click here to learn more about OHA’s mission, vision, and core values. What you will do! The Testing Specialist position plans and leads system testing of new and existing applications and systems, integrates system processes with application enhancements and new development, and provides operations support and maintenance for applications. The position also consults with business partners, analysts, and other IT experts in the agency to resolve issues and collaborate on system development. These systems are small to large scale, many are mission critical and of high demand. This position utilizes technical skill and ability of a high order in the analysis and resolution of technical problems in the areas of customer assistance, operational maintenance, and design.  The customer base served includes technically sophisticated end-users, software vendors and suppliers, systems programmers, technical contractors, systems management staff, and systems operation staff. The primary purpose of this position is to provide guidance, training and tools support to OIS and its business partners. As part of the SQA/Testing Practice this position imparts testing best practices knowledge and skills to customers to enable them to define, design and develop both manual and automated test cases and scenarios, execute manual and automated tests, and log testing incidents and retest fixed defects more effectively. This position also develops best practice content in the form of training, documentation, and templates in support of the goal to mature OIS testing practices. What we are looking for! MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS : (Please clearly outline how you meet the minimum requirements in your application/resume/cover letter. Failure to do so might disqualify you from consideration) (a)  Five (5) years of information systems experience in Software Testing OR (b) An Associate's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related field. OR completion of a two (2) year accredited vocational training program in information technology or related field. AND three (3) years of information systems experience in Software Testing OR (c) A Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or related field AND one (1) year of information systems experience in Software Testing.   Desired Attributes Proficiency in various testing types within the SDLC, including manual and automated testing, defect resolution techniques, and root cause analysis. Experience with test automation preferably using Selenium, alongside quality assurance, and quality control practices. Experience with Information Technology frameworks such as SDLC, ITIL, PMBOK, Agile, and DevOps. Experience in modern software development technology stacks, including .NET, Azure DevOps, SQL Server, JavaScript, and Azure. Experience with modern source control systems, testing practices, and code/design review tools and processes (e.g., ADOS, Git, SonarQube, Burp). Proficiency in the fundamental principles of software testing as defined by the Foundation Level Syllabus of the International Software Testing Qualification Board (ITSQB). ISTQB or similar certifications are preferred, but not required.   Systems analysis skills to guide technology-based business process design from problem statement to system implementation. Sound understanding of IT service management, project management, requirements verification, and business process modeling. Experience in identifying, addressing, and remediating security vulnerability findings. Experience in performance testing and security testing. Strong problem-solving abilities with a track record of satisfying requirements, meeting agreed completion dates. Ability to manage multiple work streams and quickly changing priorities. Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills. Capability and willingness to work effectively in team environments, adhering to organizational practices. What's in it for you? Medical, vision, and dental benefits. Eleven (11) paid holidays. Eight (8) hours of vacation per month, eligible to be used after 6 months of service. Eight (8) hours of sick leave per month, eligible to be used as accrued. 24 hours of personal business leave per fiscal year, eligible to be used after 6 months of service. Pension and retirement programs.  Opportunity to potentially receive loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF). Continuous growth and development opportunities. Opportunities to serve your community and make an impact through meaningful work. A healthy work/life balance, including fulltime remote options as well.   Salary Range: $5,660 - $8,572 Monthly Location: Salem, OR / Remote Application Deadline: 06/09/2024 How to Apply: Apply at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-157196
Oregon Health Authority Portland, OR
May 28, 2024
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Drinking Water Services is recruiting for a DWSRF Technical Support Coordinator to provide technical expertise and support in the implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) related programs. This position will lead outreach to the water systems to identify needs for assistance; create and maintain project priority lists; and coordinate with other DWS units, water systems, and other interested parties for effective implementation of the programs. This position will also manage and track program milestones and serve as a technical expert on committees, workgroups, and task forces. OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030 What you will do! Project Management: Perform water system capacity analysis to identify technical, managerial, financial assistance needs. Plan and conduct water system outreach to determine water system needs and potential projects. Direct & coordinate technical assistance to develop project scope and preliminary cost estimates. Direct development of infrastructure project rating criteria as necessary. Coordinate with other DWS units to obtain data needs for rating and ranking for eligible projects. Perform rating and ranking for eligible projects. Work collaboratively with other agencies to help administer federal infrastructure grants. Develop, manage and track program timelines. Program Operation: Lead outreach and assistance to water systems conducting a service line inventory and replacement: Direct and coordinate with technical assistance provider to prioritize, plan, and implement assistance to water systems. Review and approve training materials created by technical assistance provider, including updates as necessary. Educate technical staff and partners on conducting a service line inventory. Develop outreach materials for water systems. What's in it for you? The public health division is a team of passionate individuals working to promote health across the lifespan of individuals, families, and communities. We value and support unique perspectives using a trauma-informed approach and aim to reflect these values in our hiring practices, professional development, and workplace. We are committed to racial equity as a driving factor to improve health outcomes for all communities that experience inequities. We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages for you and your qualified family members, with very low monthly out-of-pocket costs. Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits.   This position requires frequent travel statewide to water systems and facilities to engage with water system operators and decision makers to assist with funding applications and projects, participate in meetings, workshops, and training sessions for operators and managers of public water systems, including formal presentations before governing boards and other groups that can occur outside of normal working hours. Field work may be necessary at water treatment facilities that may require close proximity to storage/use of water treatment chemicals and pumping equipment. Occasional visits to construction sites are possible. Requires a valid driver’s license or other acceptable method of transportation. Some of this work may be conducted remotely at an alternate worksite with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. The primary office location for this position is the Portland State Office Building located at 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland, OR 97232. Work location can be changed at any time at the discretion of the hiring manager. This is a full-time, permanent position and is represented by a union, SEIU Human Services. WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Employees in this position must be registered as either a Professional Engineer in Oregon, a Registered Geologist in Oregon, or a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) in Oregon, or be able to obtain registration as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) in Oregon within six months of hire. Valid Driver License and acceptable driving record with availability for occasional overnight travel. Three years of experience in a natural resource program area. At least one year of the three years experience must be at a technical or professional level performing activities in a natural resource program such as researching and analyzing data, conducting investigations, applying pertinent laws and regulations, or coordinating and monitoring project activities; AND A bachelor's degree with a focus in a natural resource area. NOTE: A master's degree with a focus in a natural resource area will substitute for one year of the required experience. A Doctorate degree with a focus in a natural resource area will substitute for to two years of the required experience. Desired Attributes Experience working with public water systems, drinking water regulations, and reviewing scientific studies and evaluating technical data. Program and/or project management experience is desirable. Industry experience with managing or directing water system operations and infrastructure projects. Certification as a water system operator or related / similar licensing. Excellent communication skills, including verbal, written, and public speaking. Experience working with federal infrastructure funding grants. A high level of knowledge and understanding of financial principles and generally accepted accounting practices (GAAP) is highly desirable and beneficial for this position. How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-157391 Application Deadline: 06/12/2024 Salary Range: $6034 - $9275
Oregon Health Authority Salem or Portland, OR (Hybrid)
May 28, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience developing, implementing, and providing oversight of policies and programs at the community, state, and/or national level that promote equity and inclusion and reduce disparities? Are you passionate about orchestrating business operations strategic planning, prioritization and interagency collaboration to drive transformational change? We look forward to hearing from you! Work Location: Salem/Marion or Portland/Multnomah; hybrid position What you will do! Direct, manage and oversee the Federal Medicaid Policy Unit staff to ensure the objectives and goals related to federal reporting and documentation are met, and ensure that plans are strategic in their efforts to meet ever-changing program needs and priorities and are aligned with the agencies mission to eliminate health inequities by 2030. OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030. What's in it for you? We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages for you and your qualified family members, with very low monthly out-of-pocket costs. Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits. WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Six years of supervision, management, or progressively related experience; OR three years of related experience and a Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Desired Attributes Experience developing, implementing policies and programs. Knowledge of health services delivery systems, particularly the Oregon Health Plan/ Medicaid administration in Oregon, and experience in working with Community Mental Health Programs, Behavioral Health Service Providers, Coordinated Care Organizations or other managed care entities and their leadership to guide operations and policies. Experience interpreting, applying and enforcing relevant federal and state Medicaid laws and regulations, including Medicaid Managed Care regulations. Knowledge and experience with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) waiver and demonstration projects. Knowledge about contracts/interagency agreement administration, procurement, and project management within the context of Oregon state government (e.g. OHA/ODHS) or other complex health services delivery organizations. Familiarity with varying funding streams for statewide and community investment and value-based payment mechanisms. Specific knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, iterative design, and improvement science. Demonstrated project management experience, including ability to effectively manage multiple project timelines, contracts, plans, and deliverables. Experience with health outcomes research, healthcare delivery systems research, or experience using healthcare expenditure, utilization, and quality assurance data in developing and presenting reports preferred.  Strong communication skills and experience communicating qualitative and quantitative information, both verbal and written.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-157324 Application Deadline: 06/04/2024 Salary Range: $6901 - $10674 / Monthly
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR (Hybrid)
May 28, 2024
Full time
Do you have experience applying data systems expertise to operationalize policies and programs that seek to ensure equitable access and high quality health care services and supports? Are you enthusiastic about analyzing data to create solutions and ensuring the efficiency of information systems through research and data testing for Oregon Health Plan members? We look forward to hearing from you! Work Location: Salem/Marion, Oregon; hybrid position What you will do! This position serves as a business analyst focused on identification, solution design and resolution of Medicaid claims-related work within the Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS). This position will focus on issues related to claims adjudication within the MMIS, including research of claims and how they are processing within the system. Additionally, this position will be responsible for testing change requests for the MMIS that have a claims subsystem impact. This position also participates and collaborates with multiple business partners across the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) and various shared services programs to find resolution for outstanding claims issues.  This position requires thorough research and identification of various claim types in the MMIS and will also at times advise agency leadership and business partners of recommended changes or direction that help to meet the expectations of the agency in serving Oregonians who receive Medicaid services. This position also requires knowledge of both state and federal rules regarding Medicaid claims payments and all stages of Medicaid claims processing. The position also has responsibility to give oversight and collaborative work in the Electronic Data Management System (EDMS). This position will also work in a cross-collaboration manner to help address other MMIS system issues and impacts, as needed. The claims business systems analyst serves as part of the Business Information Systems Section and specifically within the MMIS Business Services Unit. OHA values service excellence, leadership, integrity, health equity and partnership and has a strategic goal to end all health inequities by 2030.   What's in it for you? We offer exceptional medical, vision and dental benefits packages for you and your qualified family members, with very low monthly out-of-pocket costs. Try this free virtual benefits counselor by clicking here: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/pages/alex.aspx   Paid Leave Days: 11 paid holidays each year 3 additional paid "Personal Business Days" each year 8 hours of paid sick leave accumulated every month Progressive vacation leave accrual with increases every 5 years Pension and retirement programs Optional benefits include short-term disability, long-term disability, deferred compensation savings program, and flexible spending accounts for health care and childcare expenses. Click here to learn more about State of Oregon benefits. WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Minimum Qualifications Any combination of experience and education equivalent to five years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work. Example: 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 professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work. Desired Attributes Experience developing, implementing policies and programs at the community, state, and/or national level. Knowledge of health services delivery systems, particularly the Oregon Health Plan/ Medicaid administration in Oregon, and experience in working with Community Mental Health Programs, Behavioral Health Service Providers, Coordinated Care Organizations or other managed care entities. Knowledge of the Medical Assistance program policies and procedures. Knowledge of Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) relevant functions, processes, and interfaces. Knowledge of information systems development and implementation processes. Knowledge of quality improvement methodologies and metrics within the context of health policy, health systems, and health care delivery settings. Strong communication skills across a variety of forms. Ability to demonstrate advanced Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook skillset; and skilled use of collaboration tools such as Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and Smartsheet.   How to apply: Complete the online application at oregonjobs.org using job number REQ-157569   Application Deadline: 06/02/2024 Salary Range: $4998 - $7647
Oregon Health Authority Remote
May 23, 2024
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Quality Assurance Analyst to join an excellent team and work to advance their IT operations. This posting will remain open until filled. This recruitment announcement will be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill the current vacancy and may be used to fill future vacancies as they occur. Applications will be pulled in 2-week intervals from the posting date. This posting may be taken down at any time if there are enough qualified applicants. The work of this role may be conducted remotely with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. Candidates must reside in the United States to work 100 % remote. The Office of Information Service’s mission is to deliver technology solutions and services that support Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Human Services in helping Oregonians achieve health, well-being, and independence. The Oregon Health Authority is committed to: Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030 Becoming an anti-racist organization Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon. Click here to learn more about OHA’s mission, vision, and core values. What you will do! The SDD eXPRS Quality Assurance Analyst will provide analytical and technical support for the operation and maintenance of information systems, design and construct new systems, or modify and enhance existing systems. Provides information system services to facilitate the proper functioning of the eXPRS programs and daily operations. Support the agency’s mission and program objectives through timely and accurate issue of benefits, including, but not limited to cash, food stamps, child support, provider pay, and medical by ensuring maximum availability of systems to end users. Work with other system staff under Team Lead and/or manager direction to accomplish development tasks supporting various projects and activities. This position is responsible for all unit, system, and integration testing activities, software development Quality Assurance functions, and documentation of test results.  What we are looking for! MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: (Please clearly outline how you meet the minimum requirements and special qualifications in your application/resume/cover letter. Failure to do so might disqualify you from consideration) (a) Four (4) years of information systems experience in Katalon, and/or Selenium automated testing frameworks and Enterprise Level Relational Database Analysis. OR (b) An Associate's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related field, OR completion of a two (2) year accredited vocational training program in information technology or related field. AND two (2) years of information systems experience in Katalon, and/or Selenium automated testing frameworks and Enterprise Level Relational Database Analysis. OR (c) A Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or related field may substitute for all of the above. Required Skills: Strong understanding of Katalon, and/or Selenium automated testing frameworks Strong understanding of Relational Database Analysis and Design Strong communication and writing skills. Ability to translate user written test scenarios and test cases to automated system tests Preferred Skills: Experience with the following: WebSphere Liberty 9 and Java 11 IBM DB2 UDB systems and concepts Eclipse IDE Liberty 9 Plug In Git source control concepts  Migration of enterprise-level legacy applications to modern technologies Standard web-based application interfaces Agile Software Development Methodologies API Integration with Power BI Services Responsive web design UI/UX Design Structured design and development on multiple technology platforms. IT Project Management Advancing health equity, addressing systemic health disparities, and collaborating with diverse, vulnerable, and underrepresented populations. experience developing in an object-oriented software development methods including analysis, design and programming standards and analyzing and validating user requirements writing technical documentation testing and debugging information programs and systems. file access methods programming languages information system analysis, design, and data management concepts information systems operating software and operating systems language standards and precedents for data design and formatting Required Knowledge: Knowledge in application testing methodologies and tools, testing procedures and documentation, test plan generation, test result remediation This position requires experience in the System Development Life Cycle methodology and experience estimating resources and schedules for complex system development efforts General Knowledge of: operations and business of the organization tools of user need analysis product testing and quality assurance vendor relations and coordination statistical analysis to interpret results current trends, technological changes and developments in infrastructure specialty(ies) network design data security systems information systems architecture Other Skills: solving system performance problems establishing procedures for diagnosing and solving problems coordinating problem solving and resolving resource competition issues. developing formal training in infrastructure specialty(ies) evaluating costs, specification, and organizational policies to recommend performance tuning recommending modifications or enhancements to systems and policies What's in it for you? Medical, vision, and dental benefits Eleven (11) paid holidays Eight (8) hours of vacation per month, eligible to be used after 6 months of service Eight (8) hours of sick leave per month, eligible to be used as accrued 24 hours of personal business leave per fiscal year, eligible to be used after 6 months of service Pension and retirement programs  Opportunity to potentially receive loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF) Continuous growth and development opportunities Opportunities to serve your community and make an impact through meaningful work A healthy work/life balance, including fulltime remote options as well Monthly Salary Range: $5,291 - $8,001 Location: Salem, OR / Remote The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity.   To learn more or apply, please visit: https://oregon.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/SOR_External_Career_Site/job/Salem--OHA--Fairview-Industrial-Drive-3990/SDD-eXPRS-Quality-Assurance-Analyst--Information-Systems-Specialist-5--100---Remote-work_REQ-156859
Oregon Health Authority Remote
May 23, 2024
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Senior Systems Engineer to join an excellent team and work to advance their IT operations.  This posting is open until filled. If you are interested, please apply as soon as possible, as the posting may be taken down at any time. The work of this role may be conducted remotely with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. MUST reside in the United States to qualify for full-time remote work. The Office of Information Service’s mission is to deliver technology solutions and services that support Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Health Services in helping Oregonians achieve health, well-being, and independence. The Oregon Health Authority is committed to: Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030 Becoming an anti-racist organization Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon. Click here to learn more about OHA’s mission, vision, and core values. What's in it for you? Medical, vision, and dental benefits 11 paid holidays 8 hours of vacation per month, eligible to be used after 6 months of service. 8 hours of sick leave per month, eligible to be used as accrued. 24 hours of personal business leave per fiscal year, eligible to be used after 6 months of service. Pension and retirement programs  Opportunity to potentially receive loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF) Continuous growth and development opportunities Opportunities to serve your community and make an impact through meaningful work. A healthy work/life balance, including fulltime remote options as well. What you will do! This position provides technical leadership to the SDD Mainframe team and consultative support for future modernization. This position serves as Senior Systems analyst for multiple applications and systems. The Senior Systems Analyst works with customers to define and translate business requirements into technical requirements in the creation of application systems. The Senior Systems Analyst analyzes, designs, develops, tests, and implements application systems, as well as maintaining existing systems. The Senior Systems Analyst is responsible for adherence to current documentation requirements as applicable. The Senior Analyst directs and coordinates all levels of the data and process modeling, work process, user interface design, and technological infrastructure design. The Senior Systems Analyst mentors and supports the other members of the team in their various roles and responsibilities. If the team includes contract staff or temporary staff, the Senior Systems Analyst is responsible for providing quality assurance and oversight for contractors or temporary staff. What we are looking for! MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: (Please clearly outline how you meet the minimum requirements in your application/resume/cover letter. Failure to do so might disqualify you from consideration) (a) Seven (7) years of related Mainframe Technologies experience. OR (b) An Associate's degree or higher in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related field, OR completion of a two (2) year accredited vocational training program in information technology or related field; AND 5 years of Mainframe Technologies experience. OR (c) A Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or related field AND three (3) years of Mainframe Technologies experience. OR (d) Master's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or related field AND one (1) year of related Mainframe Technologies experience. Desired Attributes Current knowledge of industry best practices and trends in the field of systems architecture.  Mastery of concepts, methodologies, techniques, and tools of system development, and have in-depth knowledge of them.  Ability to select, and adapt where necessary, those which are appropriate and support their use by a team, and participate in the advancement of systems delivery concepts, methodologies, techniques, and tools. Excellent oral and written communications skills and the ability to work with and facilitate diverse groups and individuals.  Ability to prioritize workloads and the ability to analyze complex procedures, processes, and policies.  Project management experience is an asset to this position. Knowledge of relational database structures; design and development of high volume, complex systems; estimating resources and schedules for complex system development efforts. Experience in object-oriented design. Experience with service-oriented architecture (SO). Knowledge of EA frameworks. Experience with web-based systems. Experience with computer-related modeling. Experience with legacy mainframe systems.   Monthly Salary Range: $7,149 - $10,826 Location: Salem, OR /Remote The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity.   To learn more or apply, please visit: https://oregon.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/SOR_External_Career_Site/job/Senior-Systems-Engineer--Information-Systems-Specialist-8--Remote-and-hybrid-work-options_REQ-133612
Oregon Health Authority Salem, OR (Remote)
May 23, 2024
Full time
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced PowerApps/Dynamics 365 Developer to join an excellent team and work to advance their IT operations. The work of this role may be conducted remotely with full access to the needed operating systems and technology. Candidates must reside in the United States to work 100 % remote. The Office of Information Service’s mission is to deliver technology solutions and services that support Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Human Services in helping Oregonians achieve health, well-being, and independence. The Oregon Health Authority is committed to: Eliminating health inequities in Oregon by 2030 Becoming an anti-racist organization Developing and promoting culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, Developing and retaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that represents the diversity, cultures, strengths, and values of the people of Oregon. Click here to learn more about OHA’s mission, vision, and core values. What you will do! As a Senior Application Developer, you will provide expertise and leadership to analyze, plan, develop, integrate, implement, and coordinate the operations, maintenance, installation and construction of information systems. You will serve as a specialist dealing essentially with software. The majority of your job duties will involve planning, business analysis, research, problem solving and application development. In this role, you will provide technical expertise for staff on new system development, system modifications and system updates. You will make technical recommendations to assist management in establishing standards, recommending changes in business processes for effective utilization of the system resources and reviewing new construction for conformance to overall system standards and business objectives. Additionally, you will be assigned work in terms of program and project objectives, priorities, and timelines. You will work with substantial latitude for un-reviewed action and decisions and inform supervisors on progress, potentially controversial issues, or implications.  Your work will be reviewed upon completion for compatibility and effectiveness in meeting the expected results.  You will part of a team that supports mostly Public Health applications.  What we are looking for! MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: (Please clearly outline how you meet the minimum requirements in your application/resume/cover letter. Failure to do so will disqualify you from consideration) (a) Seven (7) years of information systems experience in Microsoft full-stack development, specifically including Power/Dynamics and .NET, and also significant JavaScript experience integrating within Dynamics solutions. OR (b) An Associate's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related field, OR completion of a two (2) year accredited vocational training program in information technology or related field. AND five (5) years of information systems experience in Microsoft full-stack development, specifically including Power/Dynamics and .NET, and also significant JavaScript experience integrating within Dynamics solutions. OR (c) A Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or related field AND three (3) years of information systems experience in Microsoft full-stack development, specifically including Power/Dynamics and .NET, and also significant JavaScript experience integrating within Dynamics solutions. OR (d) Master's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or related field AND one (1) year of information systems experience in Microsoft full-stack development, specifically including Power/Dynamics and .NET, and also significant JavaScript experience integrating within Dynamics solutions. Desired Attributes The person in this position must be able to lead others by following directions – please submit your resume and cover letter with an emphasis on how you meet the desired attributes in this section. The person in this position must have prior experience and training in Microsoft Power Platform, and Dynamics 365. Additional training and experience within the Microsoft Development Stack are also desirable. Ability to work with little guidance when performing architectural technology functions, establishing personal work priorities, resolving issues in alignment with business priorities, technical standards, organization practices, enterprise frameworks and paradigms. Willingness to assist with the development of business use cases, along with other members of scrum teams, creating user stories or other agile software development requirements gathering and documentation methodologies which are recorded and tracked in Azure DevOps Server/Services (ADOS), for work completion, tracking and reporting. Knowledge and willingness to learn current Information Technology frameworks such as SDLC, ITIL, PMBOK, Agile, DevOps, etc. Ability to develop a new application from beginning to end as well as maintaining existing applications in more than one modern programming language. Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills. Ability and desire to work in a team environment in alignment with OIS practices. Knowledge and experience of Business Intelligence and reporting tools such as SSRS and Power BI. Knowledge and experience using software development technology stacks, such as: .NET, Azure DevOps, Microsoft OS and SQL Server, JavaScript, Azure, etc. Experience using modern source control systems, testing practices, code and design review tools and processes such as ADOS, Git, SonarQube and Burp. Excellent problem-solving skills and experience. Satisfy requirements, meet agreed completion dates, and perform unit & integration testing. Must be able to multi-task effectively between projects. Experience in helping to identify, address and remediate security vulnerability findings. Provide proposed enhancements, bug fixes and system changes that address business system change requests. Strong working knowledge of modern relational database design, modeling, manipulation. Experience in advancing health equity, addressing systemic health disparities, and collaborating with diverse, vulnerable, and underrepresented populations. What's in it for you? Medical, vision, and dental benefits Eleven (11) paid holidays. Eight (8) hours of vacation per month, eligible to be used after 6 months of service. Eight (8) hours of sick leave per month, eligible to be used as accrued. 24 hours of personal business leave per fiscal year, eligible to be used after 6 months of service. Pension and retirement programs  Opportunity to potentially receive loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF) Continuous growth and development opportunities Opportunities to serve your community and make an impact through meaningful work. A healthy work/life balance, including fulltime remote options as well. Monthly Salary Range: $7,149 - $10,826 Close Date: 5/31/2024 Location: Salem, OR / Remote   The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to workforce diversity.   To learn more or apply, please visit: https://oregon.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/SOR_External_Career_Site/job/Salem--OHA--Fairview-Industrial-Drive-3990/Senior-PowerApps-Dynamics-365-Developer--Information-Systems-Specialist-8--100---Remote-work_REQ-156751