Where good people do their best work.
There is a definite sense of family among the staff here at the Oregon Dairy Products Commission. Of course, that's what happens when you assemble a group of talented and motivated professionals for purposes of furthering the interests of the region's dairy farm families. ODPC is an equal opportunity employer that honors diversity, and is keenly interested in the health, wellbeing and workplace happiness of its employees. We strive for high job satisfaction. Opportunity for personal and professional growth is ever present. And the work environment is genuine pleasure. Who knows? Perhaps you'll find yourself working with us one day.
Following are our current openings:
Director of Business Development
The Oregon Dairy Products Commission (ODPC) has an excellent opportunity for an individual to join our team as Director of Business Development.
The Director of Business Development will participate in a leadership role within a collective statewide effort to identify and develop market expansion opportunities for Oregon’s dairy processors. The individual will lead efforts in further developing ODPC’s Domestic Market Development effort to help create expanded markets and product opportunities for dairy foods. The Director will work in close cooperation with Oregon Department of Agriculture, Oregon State University, and other local and national partners.
The Director will be responsible for arranging business development and assistance through established and new relationships with dairy and food processors, assessing and monitoring business, marketing, and product capabilities, helping identify needs for technical assistance through surveys, workshops, and other resources, and coordinating with state, federal, and local service providers.
Director of School Marketing & Programs
The Director of School Marketing & Programs will lead the investment by Oregon’s dairy farm families to create a sustainable, positive difference in Oregon K-12 schools. In a leadership role, the Director will administer two key initiatives: Oregon’s Fuel Up to Play 60 program, and develop business strategies and opportunities to increase dairy consumption within the school environment.
Working with schools, school districts, food service providers, and dairy processors, the Director also will develop a long-term business model to increase the accessibility and consumption of dairy foods in the school channel.
The Director of School Marketing & Programs serves as the Commission’s primary lead for planning, executing, tracking, and reporting school marketing and school program initiatives.