Job Postings: Clackamas County

Payroll Manager

Clackamas County is seeking a Payroll Manager who will manage a large centralized payroll system involving a substantial volume of transactions performed within strict, inflexible time limits. Payroll services are provided for the County, subsidiary agencies and various work project employees. The Payroll Manager is responsible for the accurate processing and reporting of employee and employer data to the Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), maintenance of payroll records, reporting and payment of tax withholdings, resolution of payroll problems, participation in financial and payroll software system issues and changes, and implementation of payroll related provisions of law and labor contracts. The payroll team, supervised by the Payroll Manager, consists of a Payroll Supervisor and four payroll specialist technicians, experienced in the application of Payroll theory and practice.

Community Affairs Supervisor

The Clackamas County department of Public and Government Affairs is currently seeking a Community Affairs Supervisor who will serve as a key member of the Public Affairs team. The incumbent will help develop strategic communication, citizen involvement and public outreach plans for the County and will then lead a team to implement those plans. Duties will encompass all aspects of a robust public affairs division for a high-profile local government.

Assistant County Counsel

The Office of County Counsel has an immediate opening for an Assistant County Counsel (Legal Counsel 2) with experience and expertise in real estate, transactional work, and construction law. Practice areas also include advice on County facilities operations, transportation and right-of way management, condemnation, property acquisitions and disposition, and leasing and other real estate matters, construction contracting and disputes, and general civil litigation before administrative tribunals and in federal and state courts. Litigation experience including case assessment, discovery, dispositive motions, and trial preferred.

Questions: Contact Alice Ciot, [email protected]

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