SORA is pleased to announce a new mailing list for announcing open positions within the state related to data, research and statistics. The list is called SORA_Job_Announcements. Anyone can subscribe to the list and find out about exciting new opportunities in Oregon state government.
If you’re interested in seeing what is out there, or if you have job openings you’d like to post, subscribe to the list! Tell your friends. Pass the word. We hope that individuals outside of state employment will also discover the list and use this resource to look for jobs.
You can subscribe to this list and create announcements using the list by visiting: http://listsmart.osl.state.or.us/mailman/listinfo/sora_job_announcements.
If you wish to announce a job, please include as much information as possible including a link to the position announcement and information about how to apply. The list will accept attachments up to 5Mb in size.
The SORA Summer Mixer on July 21 was a great success! We learned about the new minimum wage structure in Oregon, and had an enlightening discussion on sharing data and analysis across agencies. Thanks to everyone who joined us!
We hope you’ll join us again for our fall event, which will be announced soon.
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Research Academy’s poster session on January 28. We were excited to see both new faces and familiar faces. Discussion flowed on many topics, including benefits cliffs, diversity programs, database development, minimum wage, job openings, and more.
If you didn’t get a chance to join us, you can still take a look at the posters from SORA’s 2016 Poster Session.
A big thanks to all of you who turned out for the Summer Social Mixer. This was the first time we had ever tried an event of this type, and we’re glad to see it was a huge hit!
An even bigger thanks for our two presenters – Blake Whitson and Chelsea Clinton – for putting together such great presentations.
Be sure to stay tuned for the announcement of our Fall event.
Almost 50 people attended the State of Oregon Research Academy’s most recent event. Two great presentations enlightened the group:
The group was lively as Nick discussed young people (16-24) leaving the labor force, and were intrigued with how Clair and her team designed and implemented a website tracking the success of Governor Kitzhaber’s 10 Year Plan.
A huge thanks to Nick and Clair, and to all the SORA members who attended this event!
Thanks for visiting the State of Oregon Research Academy’s new website. Look around and tell us what you think.