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City of Portland job opportunities on NeoGov. NeoGov is an applicant tracking system (ATS) the City utilize for the life cycle of a recruitment.

About the Bureau

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The Bureau of Human Resources is charged with supporting the City's most important "infrastructure" - its employees!
Citywide and Bureau Affirmative Action Program (AAP) Plan and Reports
Benefit Summaries, Highlights Guides & Summary Plan Description Booklets

BHR Employee Portal

Employee Resource
BHR employee resources and services. Login to access.

Questions? Contact BHRcommunications@portlandoregon.gov
City of Portland job classifications

Contact BHR

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Contact and additional information for the Bureau of Human Resources
All City collective bargaining agreements and union information.
Information about the Chief Human Resource Officer Cathy Bless
Welcome! The City of Portland is an equal employment opportunity employer and is committed to providing equitable, inclusive employment opportunities and workplaces for people with disabilities at all levels.
The following resources and information related to illness in the workplace are provided to guide the City of Portland’s internal COVID-19 response.
Information about the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Oregon Family Leave Act (OFLA)
BHR provides employment verification for mortgage applications, reference checks, loan applications, apartment leases, and anything that requires proof of employment.
Steps on how to apply with the City of Portland through governmentjobs.com
The Bureau of Human Resources Administrative Rules for the City of Portland
Analytics for recruitments in the City of Portland
Information about the Bureau of Human Resources Director.
The Minority Evaluator Program (MEP) will serve our internal staff and external customers by ensuring that there are diverse and qualified evaluators to serve on the various panels that award city contracts.
New Employee Orientation (for all New Benefits Eligible Employees)
Data generated by the City of Portland openly available to the public for the purpose of being a more open, accessible, efficient, and transparent government.
The City of Portland is committed to transparency throughout negotiations between the City of Portland and the Portland Police Association.
File a safety exemption request with the City of Portland for public records requests