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The Oregon Lottery is a leader in the gaming industry and an important contributor of revenue for the state’s schools, parks, watershed restoration, veteran’ programs and outdoor schools. We are looking for a Contract Administration Program Manager to be the “touch-point” within the Lottery between its contract administrators and procurement analysts to develop and manage a best of class Contract Administration Program.
The Contract Administration Program Manager is a key resource for Lottery’s contract administrators and for implementation of Lottery’s Contract Administration Program. This position provides expertise in Lottery’s business transaction processes, from straight-forward purchases of goods and services to complex transactions of Lottery’s enterprise-wide telecommunications and gaming systems, associated software and hardware, including statement of work drafting. This position also provides expertise from knowledge of statutes, regulations, policies, procedures and industry best practices applicable to all aspects of Lottery’s contracting processes.
The Contract Administration Program Manager is the “touch-point” within Lottery between its contract administrators and procurement analysts to develop and manage a best of class Contract Administration Program. The Contract Administration Program Manager assists contract administrators drafting and reviewing documents related to all aspects of Lottery’s procurement including but not limited to solicitation documents, memoranda of understanding, commitment letters, contracts, amendments, waiver letters and notices of breach. This individual provides mentoring and assistance to Lottery’s Procurement Analysts in aspects related to contractor performance. The Contract Administration Program Manager assists the Sr Manager Procurement and Contracts with drafting and interpreting procurement rules, policies and procedures.
The Contract Administration Program Manager works under general supervision of the Sr Manager of Procurement and Contracts. The Contract Administration Program Manager works independently and efficiently, often under very tight time constraints, and works collaboratively with others.
For more information and to apply on line click https://www.oregonlottery.org/about/explore-the-lottery/careers
ONAC staff and board are pleased to introduce Amber Faist as our Marketing and Business Intake Coordinator. Amber will be connecting Native owned businesses to services in order to accelerate and assist business owners into the next stage of business development. She will be working alongside the Small Business Technical Assistance Partnership (SBTAP) program through Prosper Portland. The SBTAP is a citywide program that leverages the power of a partnership network committed to increasing the success of 1,000 underrepresented entrepreneurs.
Amber has a bachelor’s degree in Business Entrepreneurship and has demonstrated experience working within Tribal administrative offices and with Tribal youth ages 8-18. Amber is a 2017 graduate from the Oregon LEAD cohort for leadership development from Native American Youth & Family Services (NAYA). She is a Coquille Tribal member and looks forward to serving Oregon’s Native entrepreneurial network.
Please feel free to contact Amber with any questions and to introduce yourselves to our newest employee. She will be in the ONAC offices Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am-1pm, and can also be reached via email Mondays through Fridays. Thank you all for your continued support of ONAC.
Oregon Native American Chamber
4445 SW Barbur Blvd, Ste. 102
Portland, OR 97239
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Washington County Public Services Building, 155 N First Avenue Ste. 270
Hillsboro, OR 97124
We are now recruiting for an Program Analyst 4 (Program & Policy Coordinator) and an Operations and Policy Analyst 3 (SRF & ICF Project Coordinator) within the Economic Development Division.
These are permanent, full-time positions located in Salem.
These recruitments opened, August 11, 2017 and will close August 21, 2017.
You can view the recruitments on the following links:
For those who are interested in applying and need to create an online applicant account, please go to the Applicant E-Recruit FAQ’s.
The Small Business Legal Clinic is accepting applications for clients looking for help with the patent process.
• Have a well‐developed idea (prototypes and/or drawings)
• Have an idea related to apparel or mechanical, electrical,
or software engineering
• Meet low‐income requirements of the clinic
Applications are due by August 23, 2017. For more information or to apply, please visit:
All are encouraged to apply. Fees will be on a sliding scale at a significantly
reduced rate. Call Julieanna Elegant at 503‐768‐6947 for questions.
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Oregon Native American Chamber
4445 SW Barbur Blvd, STE. 102
Portland, OR 97239