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Employment

Thank you for your interest in the Oregon Education Association. Positions at OEA include executive, managerial, professional, technical, and administrative/clerical. Vacancies may involve skills in contract negotiations, communications, government and public relations, political advocacy, information technology, accounting, data input, and office administration.

PLEASE NOTE: When applying for a position, send current resume and application to: jobs@oregoned.org.


Membership and Accounting Administrative Support Specialist
Coordinates statewide membership processing steps that reside in the field offices with those performed at the central office. Works with the Controller and Membership Director to achieve membership processing goals set for OEA. Interacts with UniServ offices and NEA in matters regarding membership processing. Uses applications specific to processing of statewide membership data. Supports Business and Finance Center accounting processes including financial and administrative support to the OEA Foundation. Administers OEA lobby and guest services.

For a full description of duties and required qualifications, click here.

To download the OEA Application form, click here.


Organizing Coordinator - Temporary, through August 2017
The Organizing Coordinator (OC) will work under the direction of the OEA Assistant Executive Director of the OEA Union School, on this limited duration assignment. The OC will have significant responsibilities for planning and implementing local, regional and statewide organizing campaigns and developing and delivering dynamic organizing trainings for leaders, members and staff that will support these campaigns, as part of a statewide team of professional organizers. The OC will work, collaboratively, with OEA member leaders and staff to foster a member-driven culture of organizing and advance the goals of OEA’s Strategic Action Plan. This is a statewide position that will require a great deal of travel and schedule flexibility, including potential overnights in the field.

For a full description of duties and required qualifications, click here

To download the OEA Application form, click here


To learn of open positions at the National Education Association or other state affiliates, go to NEA’s list of staff and affiliate vacancies.