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DLCD is Hiring for Multiple Positions!

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DLCD is currently hiring for multiple positions. Position descriptions and application deadlines are included in the email below. To see all positions currently available at DLCD, visit our job announcements web page. If you are interested in joining an exceptional team and doing work that makes a difference, please apply!

  1. Housing Accountability Manager
  2. Senior Housing Accountability Planner
  3. Grants & Periodic Review Administrative Specialist

Housing Accountability Manager

Join the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) as the brand new Housing Accountability Manager in our Housing Services Division. This position will manage and direct the new Housing Accountability and Production Office (HAPO). This includes directing and coordinating the HAPO Accountability Team to meet review and decision timelines and to clearly communicate decision results and findings with vested parties including residential developers, local governments, and other interested parties. Under the leadership of this Housing Accountability Manager, the HAPO Accountability Team will administer a technical assistance grant fund to support and assist local governments in remedying development or zoning codes, land use ordinances, review processes, or others patterns and practices that are found to be out of compliance with state housing laws.

For additional information and to apply, visit the job announcement page.

Monthly Salary: $6,901 – $10,674

Application Deadline: March 20

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Senior Housing Accountability Planner

Join the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) as the new Senior Housing Accountability Planner (Planner 4) in our Housing Services Division. This position will serve as the lead subject matter expert within the new Housing Accountability and Production Office (HAPO). The Senior Accountability Planner will intake, research, review, and resolve issues of noncompliance with state housing laws. This position will also be responsible for leading the review, research, and decision-making of the issues that have the most statewide impact and are the most complex issues considered by the HAPO Accountability Team.

For additional information and to apply, visit the job announcement page.

Monthly Salary: $6,318 – $9,700

Application Deadline: March 20

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Grants & Periodic Review Administrative Specialist

Join the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) as a Grants & Periodic Review Administrative Specialist (Administrative Specialist 2) in our Community Services Division. The Grants & Periodic Review Administrative Specialist assists the Community Services Division in administering the general fund grant program and to provide administrative support to the division manager and staff. This position is the principal position fulfilling public records requests and managing the post-acknowledgment plan amendment database. This position also provides administrative support to the Planning Services Division and Director’s Office and performs research, analysis, and/or evaluation in support of the program.

For additional information and to apply, visit the job announcement page.

Monthly Salary: $3,617 – $5,479

Application Deadline: March 26

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

One of DLCD’s foundational goals is to become a diverse, equitable, and inclusive agency that implements an equitable and inclusive planning program for Oregon. Efforts are supported by the State of Oregon Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Action Plan , the DLCD Strategic Plan, and an agency Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee and Work Plan.

We recognize that to successfully meet our mission and agency values, our commitment to racial equity, diversity, equity, and inclusion must be at the center of our work. DLCD values the lived and professional experiences of individuals from historically and currently underserved and under-resourced communities and honor our Government-to-Government relations responsibilities with Oregon’s federally recognized Native American Tribes. We are committed to building and sustaining an inclusive, belonging, and equitable working environment for all employees. Candidates with diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds, language fluencies, lived experiences, and skillsets are encouraged to apply.

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