Clackamas County's nonmanagement employees are represented by eight collective bargaining units. These include the Peace Officers Association (CCPOA) for the Sheriff's Office, the Federation of Parole & Probation Officers (FOPPO) in Community Corrections, three units with the American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME) for 911 Communications (CCOM), Transportation & Development (DTD) and Water Environment Services (WES) and three units with the Clackamas County Employees Association (CCEA) for all other departments.
American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)
|CCOM - Central Communications 9-1-1||Angela Peterson, Union President
|DTD - Department of Transportation and Development||Devin Patterson, Union President
|WES - Water Environment Services||Patrick Leach, Union President
Clackamas County Employees Association (CCEA)
Housing Authority Employee Association (HAEA)
Temporary Employee Association (TEA)
|Bob Escudero, Union President
Federation of Probation and Parole Officers (FOPPO)
|Federation of Probation and Parole Officers||Danelle Cloyes, Union President
Clackamas County Peace Officers Association (CCPOA)
|Clackamas County Peace Officers Association (CCPOA)||Stephen Steinberg
4160 Southeast International Way #D103
Milwaukie OR, 97222
All employees are either "represented" (within a collective bargaining group) or "non-represented" (within a management group).
Non-represented employees can be categorized into one of the following groups: supervisory status, confidential and/or an employee under employment contract with the County Administrator. All other employees are part of a collective bargaining group (union).
Membership in a union is voluntary. If you are a member of a bargaining unit, many of the policies and procedures surrounding your employment are outlined in your current collective bargaining agreement. If an issue is not addressed within your collective bargaining agreement, Chapter 2.05 of the County Code or other employment policies and practices shall apply.