Join Our Team
We never lose sight of who we are here to serve. We are worker first and worker always.
Together We Rise
As an organization founded by union workers, we prioritize creating good jobs in a values-based culture in order to deliver outstanding benefits and training to Oregon workers. We build our values daily with internal committees and workgroups, and through our organization-wide focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Our values-based approach means we prioritize good working conditions that provide for work/life balance, rigorous professional development opportunities, competitive pay, and a very generous benefits package.
If you’re a mission-driven professional ready to join our team, we hope you’ll apply for one of our open positions today!
The Licensed Practical Nurse will be part of a team of professionals who help deliver the benefits of labor-management trusts. We are seeking nurses with long-term care and teaching experience to lead quality Nurse Aide certification programs.
The Communicator is responsible for coordinating with the Communications Director, Trust Director, and other key stakeholders to develop and execute strategic communications plans, from concept to deliverables.
Reporting to the Information Systems Director, the Technical Support Analyst provides technical support and recommends solutions to system users. The Analyst will evaluate user needs, define technical problems and work with other IS staff to determine solutions.
The Support Specialist will assist in supporting workers who experience barriers to accessing their training and benefits.
The Training and Education Analyst will work with our team to deliver workshops and training and will have the most direct engagement with state workers.
The Data and Operations Manager will develop, implement, and continually evaluate our program systems to provide consistent, accessible and relevant training to all state employees.
The Curriculum Support Specialist will create and maintain a system to organize and manage the overall structure of all the assets created by the training team for the purpose of training home health care workers in the State of Oregon.
Interested in becoming a CNA?
Master the skills you need in to become a certified nursing assistant (CNA) with the Long-Term CareWorks CNA Apprenticeship. This Oregon-registered apprenticeship provides you with a paid stipend, state-required training, on-the-job mentorship, and career support—at no cost to you! Upcoming opportunities are available in Corvallis, Hood River, and throughout Oregon.