Oregon State Treasury is recruiting for the position of Senior Debt Analyst. The primary purpose of this position is to coordinate the issuance of State debt issued for multi-family affordable housing transactions by the Debt Management Division under the debt issuance policies and guidelines promulgated by the Federal government, the Oregon State Legislature and the Oregon State Treasurer’s office. This position serves as a liaison to the Oregon Housing and Community Services Department, and coordinates the structuring, sale and issuance of various revenue bonds issued by the Division on behalf of this state agency. In this capacity, the position advises the Division Director and Senior Debt Manager on various debt issuance matters and recommends changes in state policies and procedures to effectuate the effective execution of bond transactions.
This is a SEIU represented position. This position is classified as a Program Analyst 4. This position is located in Salem. The salary range for this position is $64,236 - $98,652 annually. Our top priorities during this public health crisis are employee health and ability to meet our essential responsibilities. We are taking safety precautions while continuing our business operations in order to keep employees safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Oregon State Treasury (OST) is led by Tobias Read, State Treasurer, a constitutional officer and statewide elected official. OST is an organization with a wide range of financial responsibilities, including managing the state's pension fund, issuing all state debt, and serving as the central bank for state agencies. OST manages the daily investment of approximately $100 billion in assets, held in a diversified investment portfolio of domestic and international equities, fixed income securities, alternative and opportunistic investments, real estate, private equity and cash equivalents. OST also manages a banking program that processes over $250 billion in transactions annually, and a debt management program responsible for issuing and monitoring approximately $10 billion in state debt. The 150+ member OST staff takes great pride in their statewide and national reputation for progressive approaches to service delivery.