Oregon Department of Energy is a government agency that conducts emergency preparedness, facility sitting, storage, and efficient devices programs. The department's mission is to lead Oregon to a safe, clean, equitable, and sustainable energy future. Oregon Department of Energy is accountable for energy production, conservation, and other related safety & environmental impact. Oregon Legislative Assembly established the Oregon Department of Energy in 1975, and its headquarter is located in Salem, Oregon, United States. The department was established due to recommendations of numerous task forces and research groups over several years. Hydropower is the biggest renewable energy resource in Oregon, which is followed by natural gas and coal. Oregon Department of Energy provides highly competitive pay packages, paid vacations, healthcare benefits, and other perks to its employees.
Do you have experience driving user adoption, delivering training, and systems development? Are you able to configure platforms/applications to meet business needs? Do you have outstanding interpersonal skills and the ability to work with non-technical users? Do you excel at writing technical documentation? If this sounds like you, come join our team and get in on the ground floor as we bring exciting new technology to Oregon! At the Oregon Department of Energy, we're driven by our mission to lead Oregon to a safe, clean, and sustainable energy future. We take this responsibility seriously, with a commitment to challenging work