Oregon Department of Revenue


Oregon Department of Revenue Reviews

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    Great place for temporary work.

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    Current Employee - Intern in Salem, OR
    Current Employee - Intern in Salem, OR

    I have been working at Oregon Department of Revenue


    This place was very laid back and everyone I ever worked with or met was very kind. I loved that almost every other day people would bring in their home baked goods. There are many great benefits to working here including the fact that there are many cool places within walking distance. I wasn't there long enough to know more.


    This place is the complete opposite of a private competitive organization. This place can be a bit too laid back depending on your demeanor. If you want a place to hide all day that has good pay and benefits then this is definitely the place for you. I must disclose that I wasn't there during tax season, so maybe I was just there during a down time. Parking for people in all of the capital buildings is very expensive. Many people are dropped off.

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    Senior management comes up with good ideas but those ideas can easily go by the way side by the fact that so many things in most Departments of Revenue are dependent on politics and voting.


Oregon Department of Revenue Interviews

Updated Jan 17, 2015
Updated Jan 17, 2015

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    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 2+ monthsinterviewed at Oregon Department of Revenue in January 2015.

    Interview Details

    I applied online through the GovermentJobs website. I was first sent an email within about a week notifying me that I was an eligible applicant, and then a few weeks later received another email inviting me to schedule an interview. I selected a time and day from a set of choices, and arrived as scheduled. The interview started as a group session where all of the applicants were given a team activity to work together on. Once we completed that, we were pulled individually for one-on-one Q&A. I was asked 4 questions and then given time to ask questions of my own. I was advised they would email or call within 2 weeks. I received a call after 1 week and an offer letter email a few days later.

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Website www.oregon.gov/dor
Headquarters Salem, OR
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1935
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

The Oregon Department of Revenue (DOR) gets revenue for the state of Oregon. It does this by administering the state's tax laws and collecting taxes on more than 30 state programs including personal income, property, and various business taxes along with licensing fees for drivers, vehicles, hunting, and fishing. Oregonians also pays a tax on timber harvested on their land. The governor appoints a director who heads this cabinet-level agency. DOR's annual budget is $167 million, which it uses to help counties assess and collect taxes, and for tax relief programs for... More

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