These qualifications, skills and abilities are critical for success in this position.
Throughout the screening process, you will be evaluated based on the demonstration of these qualifications.
- Demonstrated leadership experience fostering and encouraging a culture of belonging, justice, equity and inclusion, collaboration and teamwork, including the ability to guide other leaders in nurturing these skills;
- Extensive experience in, and the ability to successfully navigate in, a union environment or other highly regulated environment. You have the ability to consistently interpret and communicate the intent behind Collective Bargaining Agreements and Memoranda of Agreements;
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience in Title IX, and the Title IX investigatory process;
- Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality to build trust and have appropriate empathy when dealing with sensitive and complex issues and the capability to listen for underlying messages and subtext and intent;
- Ability to find creative ways to address concerns or issues within established parameters with appropriate risk;
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience in delivery of employee relations services which demonstrate a broad knowledge of state and federal employment laws such as FMLA, OFLA, ADA, FLSA, EEO, USERRA, Title IX and Civil Rights;
- Ability to provide comprehensive investigations using confidential, neutral practices and interpreting investigations through an equity, trauma informed lens;
- Demonstrated experience establishing employee relations strategy, including researching, resolving and responding to inquiries that cover a multitude of topics;
- Demonstrated working knowledge of HR systems and the ability to learn and maintain strong knowledge of internal policies, procedures, systems, and resources.
To be considered, your application must demonstrate these minimum qualifications. (Experience is calculated based on the start and end dates you provide multiplied by the number of hours per week worked).
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, Organizational Development, or related discipline. Relevant experience may substitute for the degree requirement on a year-for-year basis
- Five years progressively responsible, professional experience in organizational development,
employee relations, labor relations, diversity and inclusion, or related discipline
- Two years of supervisory experience
- Experience must include responsibility for civil rights compliance
PCC offers a comprehensive benefit package designed to provide employees and their families, including domestic partners, with access to a broad range of benefit options. Includes Health, Dental, and Vision options, Group Life, Long-term Disability, Long-term Care, and Auto and Home Insurance programs.
PCC currently fully funds the Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS/OPSRP) pension and contributes an additional 6% into the employee's Individual Account Program under PERS/OPSRP. After one year of management or confidential service, PCC also provides a 2% contribution to a 403(b) account for eligible management and confidential personnel. PCC offers a tax deferred annuity program and a deferred compensation program where employees may save additional pre-tax dollars for retirement.
Additionally, PCC provides a tuition waiver for you, your spouse/domestic partner, and dependent children under 24 years of age, as well as partial tuition reimbursement for full-time employees at other accredited institutions.
Paid Leave: (Pro-rated by FTE for Part-Time Employees)
- 14.67 hours of vacation leave per month
- 1 day of sick leave per month
- 11 holidays
- 3 additional personal leave days per year
View a complete list of PCC benefits.