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Green Job Openings
These are a sample of the latest potentially green job openings received by Employment Department Offices around the state as well as elsewhere on the web. These openings were identified as most likely to be 'green' using an automated tool.

Date Listed Job Title Location
4-17-14 Civil Engineering Associate 1 - Associate Traffic Engineer Salem
4-17-14 Environmental, Health and Safety Engineer (SWIT) Hillsboro
4-17-14 Landscape Architect Intern 1 (P1) Portland
4-17-14 Civil EIT 1-2 DOE (P1-2) Portland
4-17-14 Landscape Architect Intern 1 (P1) Portland
4-17-14 Forestry Technician (Lookout) Mckenzie Bridge
4-17-14 Forestry Technician (Lookout) Detroit
4-17-14 Forestry Technician (Lookout) Westfir
4-17-14 Senior Environmental Analyst Portland
4-17-14 Biological Science Technician (Wildlife) Sherwood
4-17-14 Water Resources Engineer (ID# 22930) Portland
4-17-14 Research Scientist Internship
4-17-14 Temporary Bio Sci. Research Tech 1
4-17-14 Civil Engineering Intern - Portland Oregon Portland
4-17-14 Energy Auditor Portland
4-17-14 Program Manager ¿?? Sustainable Manufacturing & Sourcing Beaverton
4-16-14 Landscape Maintenance Salem
4-16-14 Landscape Maintenance Pendleton
4-16-14 Window and Door Installer Junction City
4-16-14 Groundskeeper Portland
4-16-14 CAD Technician Internship - Corvallis, Oregon Corvallis
4-16-14 Planner/Public Involvement Specialist - Portland, OR Portland
4-16-14 Hydropower Engineer/Design Manager - Portland, Oregon Portland
4-16-14 CAD Technician Internship - Corvallis, Oregon Corvallis
4-16-14 Transportation Planning Intern - Portland, Oregon Portland
4-16-14 Intern ? Aerodynamics Improvement Portland
4-16-14 Portland Production Worker Portland
4-16-14 Analyst IV Portland
4-16-14 Biological Science Technician (Wildlife) Sherwood
4-16-14 Energy Efficiency Engineer I Portland
4-16-14 Mechanical Design Engineer - Portland Oregon Portland
4-16-14 Senior Environmental Analyst Portland
4-16-14 Civil EIT 1-2 DOE (P1-2) Portland
4-16-14 Landscape Architect Intern 1 (P1) Portland
4-16-14 Hydrologist Roseburg
4-16-14 Electrical Design Engineer - Embedded Systems Electronics Salem
4-16-14 Civil Engineering Intern - Portland Oregon Portland
4-16-14 Water Resources Engineer Portland
4-15-14 Fairgrounds Maintenance Hermiston
4-15-14 Garden Clerk-Seasonal The Dalles
4-15-14 Shovel Operator / Log Loader Klamath Area
4-15-14 Fisheries Technician 11/111 Pendleton
4-15-14 Intern - Aerodynamics Improvement Portland
4-15-14 Portland Production Worker Portland
4-15-14 Business Strategy Director - Energy Industry Portland
4-15-14 Survey Technician Portland
4-15-14 Truck Driver - Regional / OTR Owner-Operator Salem
4-15-14 Hydrologist Roseburg
4-15-14 Front desk Associate Portland
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Helpful Links
Learn more about the necessary skills and opportunities in several occupations with green jobs in Oregon. The site provides information on courses, certificates, and degrees geared towards these green occupations that are offered through Oregon's community colleges and apprenticeship programs.
The Green Jobs Community of Practice is a platform for workforce professionals and others to discuss and share practices, create partnerships, and share research about green jobs.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics' green jobs website has information about federal efforts to learn more about green jobs, including the proposed federal definition of a green job.
The O*NET Resource Center includes a database with information on skills, abilities, knowledges, work activities, and interests associated with green occupations.
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