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  • Public Relations/Communications Internship - SPIE
    Employer:
    SPIE
    Public Relations/Communications Internship

    Paid internship, 15 – 20 hours per week, flexible around your class schedule.

    Join our team, sharing the latest scientific advances in light-based technologies from around the world, including biomedical optics, astronomy, lasers, solar, nanotechnology, and more!

    Gain valuable real-world, hands-on experience and make a difference doing important work with a successful, international not-for-profit organization that will look great on your resume!

    Description of duties: Write and post press releases, news items, Tweets, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn posts. Develop and assess campaign plans and data to assess visibility and reach. Research trends, new platforms, brainstorm new ideas, edit photos using Photoshop and post to the web with HTML.

    Our workplace offers: Onsite volleyball and soccer, yoga classes, lunch food trucks, costume contests, picnics, parties and more. Employees may receive discounts on gym memberships, cell phone service, office supplies, zoo tickets, fitness registration fees (5Ks, races, etc.) and many businesses in historical Fairhaven.

    Education and Experience Requirements: Current college students with minimum two years college experience. Communications, Journalism and/or PR students preferred. Significant previous work experience with related tasks preferred.
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Please send a resume and cover letter, indicating how your experience and qualifications match the requirements and why you will be successful in this position to:

    Email: Recruiting@SPIE.org
    Apply online: www.spie.jobs
    Mail: SPIE Human Resources, P.O. Box 10, Bellingham, WA 98227.
    All materials must be received by 5 p.m. June 3, 2016
    SPIE is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. SPIE provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, color, age, religion, protected veteran or disability status, or genetic information.
    Hours:
    15-20
    Contact:
    Robin
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98227
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Education and Human Services
  • Public Relations/Communications Internship - SPIE
    Employer:
    SPIE
    Public Relations/Communications Internship

    Paid internship, 15 – 20 hours per week, flexible around your class schedule.

    Join our team, sharing the latest scientific advances in light-based technologies from around the world, including biomedical optics, astronomy, lasers, solar, nanotechnology, and more!

    Gain valuable real-world, hands-on experience and make a difference doing important work with a successful, international not-for-profit organization that will look great on your resume!

    Description of duties: Write and post press releases, news items, Tweets, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn posts. Develop and assess campaign plans and data to assess visibility and reach. Research trends, new platforms, brainstorm new ideas, edit photos using Photoshop and post to the web with HTML.

    Our workplace offers: Onsite volleyball and soccer, yoga classes, lunch food trucks, costume contests, picnics, parties and more. Employees may receive discounts on gym memberships, cell phone service, office supplies, zoo tickets, fitness registration fees (5Ks, races, etc.) and many businesses in historical Fairhaven.

    Education and Experience Requirements: Current college students with minimum two years college experience. Communications, Journalism and/or PR students preferred. Significant previous work experience with related tasks preferred.
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Please send a resume and cover letter, indicating how your experience and qualifications match the requirements and why you will be successful in this position to:

    Email: Recruiting@SPIE.org
    Apply online: www.spie.jobs
    Mail: SPIE Human Resources, P.O. Box 10, Bellingham, WA 98227.
    All materials must be received by 5 p.m. June 3, 2016
    SPIE is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. SPIE provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, color, age, religion, protected veteran or disability status, or genetic information.
    Hours:
    15-20
    Contact:
    Robin
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98227
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Electronics, Instrumentation and Process Tech
  • Internship-QA team - Road-iQ
    Employer:
    Road-iQ
    Road-iQ is a Bellingham based vehicle vision safety systems company that engineers and builds surround view digital video recording systems for heavy trucks and RV’s. We make extensive use of Linux, iOS, and LAMP systems to build a total solution including an in-vehicle intranet server, 4G LTE Gateway, iOS based User Interface App, a diagnostics portal and an end user access portal.

    We need interns this summer who are interested in joining our QA team to validate the system both in the office and in the field. This opportunity will give you exposure to Quality Assurance practices, test execution, system diagnostics, test automation, video evaluation, wireless connectivity end to end evaluation, iOS application testing and diagnosing, vehicle data bus interfacing, customer service, and many other technical issues.

    You will be working with our existing QA staff to ensure tests are executed and developed to make sure the product is really ready to ship.

    Skills we want to see:

    1. Ability to program in Python and JavaScript
    2. Good oral and written communication skills in English
    3. Proficiency at following a defined workflow
    4. Fast learner with good attention to details
    5. Creative ability to find weaknesses in systems and break things
    6. understanding of how servers work
    7. about a year of using Linux or Unix
    8. Electrical engineering a plus

    Educational Background: High School ’16 Graduate, Community College, Tech School or University. 3 or more programming classes is your educational background
    Hobbies should include software development projects.
    Must be a licensed driver.
    This position pays $12/hr.
    Position starts in June, finishes in September. We can work with your schedule. 30hr-40hrs per week

    We have openings for 3 positions.
    Send your resume to: markmo@road-iq.com


    Hours:
    30-40
    Contact:
    Mark
    Address:
    2183 Alpine Way
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12
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  • Engineering
  • Internship-QA team - Road-iQ
    Employer:
    Road-iQ
    Road-iQ is a Bellingham based vehicle vision safety systems company that engineers and builds surround view digital video recording systems for heavy trucks and RV’s. We make extensive use of Linux, iOS, and LAMP systems to build a total solution including an in-vehicle intranet server, 4G LTE Gateway, iOS based User Interface App, a diagnostics portal and an end user access portal.

    We need interns this summer who are interested in joining our QA team to validate the system both in the office and in the field. This opportunity will give you exposure to Quality Assurance practices, test execution, system diagnostics, test automation, video evaluation, wireless connectivity end to end evaluation, iOS application testing and diagnosing, vehicle data bus interfacing, customer service, and many other technical issues.

    You will be working with our existing QA staff to ensure tests are executed and developed to make sure the product is really ready to ship.

    Skills we want to see:

    1. Ability to program in Python and JavaScript
    2. Good oral and written communication skills in English
    3. Proficiency at following a defined workflow
    4. Fast learner with good attention to details
    5. Creative ability to find weaknesses in systems and break things
    6. understanding of how servers work
    7. about a year of using Linux or Unix
    8. Electrical engineering a plus

    Educational Background: High School ’16 Graduate, Community College, Tech School or University. 3 or more programming classes is your educational background
    Hobbies should include software development projects.
    Must be a licensed driver.
    This position pays $12/hr.
    Position starts in June, finishes in September. We can work with your schedule. 30hr-40hrs per week

    We have openings for 3 positions.
    Send your resume to: markmo@road-iq.com


    Hours:
    30-40
    Contact:
    Mark
    Address:
    2183 Alpine Way
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12
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  • Industrial Technology
  • Internship-QA team - Road-iQ
    Employer:
    Road-iQ
    Road-iQ is a Bellingham based vehicle vision safety systems company that engineers and builds surround view digital video recording systems for heavy trucks and RV’s. We make extensive use of Linux, iOS, and LAMP systems to build a total solution including an in-vehicle intranet server, 4G LTE Gateway, iOS based User Interface App, a diagnostics portal and an end user access portal.

    We need interns this summer who are interested in joining our QA team to validate the system both in the office and in the field. This opportunity will give you exposure to Quality Assurance practices, test execution, system diagnostics, test automation, video evaluation, wireless connectivity end to end evaluation, iOS application testing and diagnosing, vehicle data bus interfacing, customer service, and many other technical issues.

    You will be working with our existing QA staff to ensure tests are executed and developed to make sure the product is really ready to ship.

    Skills we want to see:

    1. Ability to program in Python and JavaScript
    2. Good oral and written communication skills in English
    3. Proficiency at following a defined workflow
    4. Fast learner with good attention to details
    5. Creative ability to find weaknesses in systems and break things
    6. understanding of how servers work
    7. about a year of using Linux or Unix
    8. Electrical engineering a plus

    Educational Background: High School ’16 Graduate, Community College, Tech School or University. 3 or more programming classes is your educational background
    Hobbies should include software development projects.
    Must be a licensed driver.
    This position pays $12/hr.
    Position starts in June, finishes in September. We can work with your schedule. 30hr-40hrs per week

    We have openings for 3 positions.
    Send your resume to: markmo@road-iq.com


    Hours:
    30-40
    Contact:
    Mark
    Address:
    2183 Alpine Way
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12
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  • Off-Campus Jobs

    Automotive
  • Detailer - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.
    Detailer - Involves but not limited to washing, vacuuming, wet sanding, and polishing.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers.
    Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT or FT
    Contact:
    Shayne and Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    Address:
    6410 Evergreen Way
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Disassembly Technician - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett

    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.

    Disassembly Technician - Involves but not limited to taking apart cars in a methodical and organized fashion, separating R&I parts from Replace parts, identifying damage related to and not related to the accident, and identify all hardware required to reassemble the car.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Mid Level Body Technician - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.

    Mid Level Body Technician - Involves but not limited to small to large body panel repair using metal repair tools, repair filler, and sanding.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Paint Prepper - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.
    Paint Prepper - Involves but not limited to seam sealing, sanding, masking, priming, and organizing parts to be painted.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Reassembly Technician - Special Interest Body Shop
    Employer:
    Special Interest Body Shop
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.

    Reassembly Technician - Involves but not limited to putting the car back together with freshly painted parts, avoiding scratching panels, ensuring fit and finish is correct, perform a final light check (dash and exterior).
    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • RV Shop Assistant - Al's RV
    Employer:
    Al's RV
    RV Shop Assistant
    Job duties include:
    shop cleaning, pick-up and delivery of parts, building and lot maintenance, and general assistance of technician crew. This is an opportunity for the right person to start an on the job training for a career as an RV technician.
    Offering full time with $10-$14 per hour with possibility of growth. If an applicant possesses enough skill and experience, we are willing to start them as a technician immediately with a pay range of $14-$23 per hour.
    We work on 12v and 110v electrical systems, appliances,all structural items, routine maintenance on motors, generator repair and much more. There are too many items that we do work on to list.
    Medical, dental and paid time off available after 3 months and profit sharing available in the future.
    Our hours are Monday- Friday, 8am-4:30 pm.
    You can apply in person at 4163 Irongate Rd or by email with a resume at service@alsi5rv.com.
    This is a good opportunity to work for a local family owned business that has been successful for over 50 years.

    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Andy Jr
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-$14 +
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  • Tire Technician - Ferndale Company/Express
    Employer:
    Ferndale Company/Express
    A Ferndale company is looking for a tire technician.

    This position will consist primarily of changing tires on various types of vehicles such as cars, trucks and SUV’s as well as repairing flats. Previous experience is not required, as they are willing to train, however, the ideal candidate will have good customer service, be presentable and mechanically inclined. Also a clean background and driving record is desired as well as someone who can lift up to 70 pounds. Must also be able to pass a drug screen.

    This position is $12.00-$15.00 per hour depending on experience and will be day shift but will have varying hours and the possibility of being on call. This company offers great benefits once hired on.


    To Apply please contact:
    Kacie Bennett
    Recruiter
    4152 Meridian Street Suite 201
    Bellingham, WA 98226
    Office: 360-734.2457 Fax: 360-734-3812
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Kacie
    Phone:
    360-734-2457
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    6/27/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12-$15
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  • Business and Office
  • Administrative positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Administrative positions:

    1. Administrative Assistant
    2. Customer Support Specialist
    3. Customer Service/Administrative
    4. Executive Assistant
    5. Receptionist
    6. General Office
    7. Data Entry
    8. Loan Operation Assistant
    9. Inventory Control
    10. Swing Shift Dispatch
    Full-Time and Part-Time
    Evaluation Hire
    $11.00-$20.00+/hour
    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    FT PT
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11-$20
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  • Customer Service - 24/7 Parcel
    Employer:
    24/7 Parcel
    GENERAL SUMMARY
    1. To provide accurate information and assistance to customers requiring direct customer interface
    2. Check in parcels
    3. To perform administrative duties necessary for efficient operations
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
    1. High school diploma
    2. Good interpersonal skills
    3. Computer proficiency
    4. Problem solve, detail-oriented
    5. Strong multitasking skills
    6. Team player
    7. Demonstrated flexibility to adapt to a constantly changing environment 8. A neat appearance and excellent interpersonal and communication skills are necessary
    9. Ability to lift heavy packages or maneuver any package weighing up to 100 pounds with appropriate equipment or assistance from another person
    10. Experience with electronic locker system a strong asset

    SHIFT REQUIREMENTS
    1. Schedule is based on business needs and maybe subject to change
    2. Must possess flexible availability to accommodate various shifts Monday to Saturday
    SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

    The successful candidates will be offered a job with 24/7 Parcel based on the successful completion of a series of interviews, PC assessments and a current satisfactory background check.
    Job Type: Part-time 15-20 hours/ week
    Salary: $12.00 /hour
    Please email resume to Sharon@247parcel.com
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Sharon
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12
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  • Direct Support Advocate - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.
    Position: Direct Support Advocate

    Level & Employee Status: Level I - Full-time (35-40 hours a week) offering paid leave time, medical, dental, vision, & 401K benefits.

    Starting Wage: $11.75 per hour

    Job Summary:

    The Direct Support Advocate is responsible for assisting each participant with reaching his/her fullest potential spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically. Responsible for assisting each participant with his/her daily needs.
    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    1. Provide participants with daily personal care, (e.g. bathing, toileting, etc.) and supervision to ensure their safety and well-being at all times.
    2. Know, understand and regularly review each of the participants’ Plan of Care and Negotiated Care Plans prior to providing care.
    3. Develop, implement and/or revise PBS plans with the assistance and approval of the Program Coordinator and/or Program Director.
    4. Maintain accurate data on all IISP goals and care plans.
    5. Re-new release forms annually or as needed. Prepare forms for approval by the Program Director and either send forms to parents/guardians or have ready to sign at IISP meeting,
    6. Ensure advocate check-offs are documented on daily, weekly, monthly and turned in to the Program Coordinator monthly. All tasks on check-offs must be complete.
    7. Review the content of client books to ensure documentation has been completed by other staff. Follow-up on incomplete documentation, leave notes for staff and ensure documentation is completed.
    8. Advocates who are designated clients with ETP’s must keep the Program Director informed of when ETP’s will expire.
    9. Advocates may be asked to assist the Program Coordinator with training new staff.
    10. Advocates will be responsible for scheduling participant doctor appointments and transporting/accompanying participants to appointment and ensure necessary documentation is obtained and recorded from the health care provided.
    11. Ensure scripts are obtained from health care providers and necessary information is on script.
    12. Lead Staff/Advocates will be responsible for organizing shift tasks for all staff on that shift. He/she will lead the team and set a positive tone for the shift, prioritize tasks, and ensure all tasks are completed by end of shift.
    13. Will be designated as the “on-call” person on a rotating basis. Will be responsible for responding to emergencies or staffing issues that arise during his/her assigned week. Ensure on-call log is being documented.
    14. Provide positive instruction to other staff on shift when care plans are not being followed correctly or when tasks need to be completed.
    15. Responsible for the accounting and record keeping for their designated participants’ checking and savings accounts

    Requirements:

    1. Prefer experience in working with individuals with developmental disabilities.
    2. Ability to work well with people and demonstrate leadership qualities.
    3. Ability to make quick, independent decisions.
    4. Must be 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent, higher education preferred.
    5. Pass a state background check and clean driving record.
    6. Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and submit to on-going random testing.
    7. Willingness to work non-standard work hours to meet immediate, short and long-term needs.
    8. Reliable transportation.
    9. Renew and maintain required forms and documentation relevant to participant’s care.
    10. Assist with training new staff.
    11. Strong organizational skills.
    12. Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.
    13. Ability to prioritize tasks and time management.
    14. Ability to use Microsoft business applications.
    15. Effective and professional written and verbal communication skills.
    16. Ability to represent Cascade Connections professionally in the community. 17. Facilitate meetings and Care Plans as well as implement plans and goals for each participant.
    18. Available for on-call shifts on a rotational basis and able to respond to emergencies and/or staffing issues during these assigned shifts.
    19. Due to client needs and care plan, female preferred
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.

    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11.75
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  • Early Childhood Para Educator Level 1 - Nooksack Valley School District
    Employer:
    Nooksack Valley School District
    ANNOUNCEMENT OF PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITY
    NOOKSACK VALLEY COLLABORATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
    EARLY CHILDHOOD PARA EDUCATOR LEVEL I
    INCLUDING ANY EARLY CHILDHOOD PARA EDUCATOR POSITION
    CAUSED BY EMPLOYMENT CHANGES OF AN EXISTING EMPLOYEE
    2016 - 2017 SCHOOL YEAR

    General Description
    The responsibilities of the Para Educator for the Nooksack Valley Collaboration for Children and Families are to assist with implementing a quality early childhood program for infants and toddlers.
    Professional Qualifications
    1. Desire to work with infants and toddlers, including children with special needs
    2. Experience in a group setting working with infants and toddlers required
    3. Assist with creating a supportive, warm and welcoming environment for children and parents
    4. Ability to work efficiently, self-initiate and organize time
    5. Monitor student(s) behavior and safety
    6. Ability to track and document skills and behaviors
    7. Ability to work and communicate effectively with staff as a team member
    8. Ability to support and refer families to leads in accessing resources
    9. Background and experience working with diverse family experiences and lifestyles
    1. Fluent Spanish language skills preferred
    2. Ability to be flexible and demonstrate a willingness to cross train
    3. Desire and interest to continue education and training in early childhood
    Minimum Qualifications – Education and Experience
    Associates Degree or CDA credential (0-3) or a degree in Early Childhood with an emphasis in infants and toddlers required. Consideration may be given to those actively enrolled in an AA program for Early Childhood or an infant/toddler CDA credential program.
    Para Educators hired after January 8, 2002 must have:
    1. completed two years of study at an institution of higher education;
    2. obtained an associate’s (or higher) degree; OR
    3. met a rigorous standard of quality and be able to demonstrate, through a formal State or local academic assessment, knowledge of and the ability to assist in instruction reading, writing, and mathematics In order to be considered for a position.
    Location
    Early Learning Program at the High School Campus
    3326 E Badger Rd
    Everson, WA 98247
    Terms of Employment
    Five days/week, Monday - Friday; 6.00 hours/day, 182 days/year. The rate of pay is $14.23/hour for the first six months (2016-2017 entry level) and then an hourly rate increase based upon the 2016-2017 salary schedule, with benefits according to the SEIU Collective Bargaining Agreement. New employees are required to meet the membership requirements of the current collective bargaining agreement within 31 calendar days of employment.
    Posting Date: May 24 , 2016 Closing Date: June 3, 2016 by 4:00 p.m.

    Application Procedures
    Nooksack Valley School District SEIU members must submit a letter of application to Yesenia Cisneros in the district office by 4:00 p.m. on June 3, 2016. In the event a current NVSD SEIU member does not fill this position, non-district applications will be considered. Non-district applicants must have on file or submit a completed district application form and résumé. In addition, a letter of interest, two letters of recommendation, copy of high school diploma, and transcripts are required for this posting. Application forms are available in the district office or on our web site at www.nooksackschools.org.
    Completed Application Materials May be Submitted to:
    Ms. Yesenia Cisneros, Human Resource Assistant
    Nooksack Valley School District No. 506
    PO Box 4307
    Nooksack, WA 98276

    The Nooksack Valley School District No. 506 complies with all federal and Washington State rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, creed, religion, age, marital status, military or veteran status, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or the use of trained dog guides or service animal by a disabled person, and provides equal access to all approved designated youth groups. Applications from all groups are encouraged. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to Ms. Marsha McInnis, Title IX Officer/Affirmative Action and ADA Coordinator in care of Nooksack Valley School District, PO Box 4307, Nooksack, WA 98276, or by calling (360) 988-4754.
    Hours:
    30
    Contact:
    Ms. Yesenia Cisneros
    City:
    Everson
    Zip:
    98247
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $14.23
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  • Higher Education Access VISTA - Opportunity Council
    Employer:
    Opportunity Council
    Opportunity Council - Higher Education Access VISTA




    Bellingham Technical College (BTC) provides a gateway for residents living in poverty to access adult basic education and workforce training. This VISTA project will help BTC reach over 800 students who face poverty achieve success in reaching their career goals through increasing financial literacy and financial management skills. Programs which focus on providing standard academic knowledge, literacy, and job skills are vital in helping those living in poverty increase their wages and improve their economic status. One of the primary barriers to accessing adult education are high poverty levels, coupled with low financial literacy and management skills. This project will increase access to education and improve financial literacy and asset management skills for citizens in poverty by supporting the development of an expanded, effective financial aid, literacy and management support system for members of these populations. The Opportunity Council is a private non-profit community action agency serving Whatcom, Island and San Juan counties. The mission of the agency is to act as a catalyst for positive change, both in the community and in the lives of the people it serves. Beyond this, the Opportunity Council houses 11 AmeriCorps VISTA positions throughout Whatcom County, acting as an intermediary agency between the individual sites and the national VISTA program.



    Member Duties : The VISTA will: 1. Develop instruments to assess financial service needs and gaps in financial literacy and management skills for targeted students. 2. Develop research strategies and assessment approaches that determine best practices to help those in poverty gain access to financial aid resources and enhance financial literacy and management skills maximizing “free” funding in order to decrease overall debt load. 3. Build measurement tools to measure progress towards targeted students gaining access to financial resources and improvement in financial literacy and management skills. The VISTA will also be responsible for fulfilling VISTA member duties such as, but not limited to, participating in National Days of Service including MLK Day, Ceasar Chavez Day and National VISTA Week. Members will also attend monthly VISTA meetings facilitated by the intermediary agency.

    Program Benefits : Childcare assistance if eligible , Training , Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend , Stipend , Relocation Allowance , Housing , Health Coverage* .


    Pay is dependant on experience
    *For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit http://www.vistacampus.gov/healthcare

    Terms :
    Permits attendance at school during off hours, Permits working at another job during off hours, Car recommended .

    Service Areas :
    Community and Economic Development .

    Skills :
    Recruitment , Communications , Fund raising/Grant Writing , Leadership , Team Work , General Skills , Public Speaking .


    Apply Now

    SUMMARY
    Program Type:
    AmeriCorps VISTA

    Program
    Opportunity Council - Higher Education Access VISTA


    Program Start/End Date
    07/18/2016 - 07/17/2017


    Work Schedule Full Time


    Education level
    College graduate


    Age Requirement
    Minimum: 18 Maximum: None


    Program Locations WASHINGTON


    Languages
    English


    Accepting Applications
    From 05/04/2016 To 06/10/2016


    Contact Kristy Gallegos
    1111 Cornwall Ave
    Bellingham WA 98225
    360-734-5121
    kristy_gallegos@oppco.org
    oppco.org
    AmeriCorps VISTA
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Kristy Gallegos
    Phone:
    360-734-5121
    Address:
    1111 Cornwall Ave
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Planner II-Planning and Development Services Department - Whatcom County
    Employer:
    Whatcom County
    Planner II - PDS
    Northwest Annex | Bellingham, WA
    Initial area of assignment: Natural Resources
    Supervisor: PDS Supervisor
    Do you have experience working in the area of Natural Resource Planning, including identification of wetlands, fish and wildlife habitat management, 25development of mitigation plans, and/or shoreline management?
    Do you have proven ability to use excellent communication and people skills to coordinate work efforts among a large variety of groups, agencies and individuals?
    Are you able to apply your first-rate attention to detail and organization skills to help deliver quality work results?
    If you answered yes to these questions, Whatcom County is interested in learning more about your qualifications and experience and how you can best serve and improve county government by filling this key role in the Planning and Development Services Department. This position works directly with the public, advisory committees and other planning staff to carry out the goals of Whatcom County’s Critical Area Ordinance and Shoreline Management Plan specifically in the area of shoreline development, wetlands, and habitat conservation areas.
    Key duties include:
    1. Providing technical review of all development permits and ensuring that development complies with the Critical Areas Ordinance and the Shoreline Management Plan. Specific duties include review of shoreline development proposals, identification of wetlands and habitat conservation areas, wetland delineation verification and approval of mitigation plans.
    2. Preparing technical staff reports for shoreline permits, discretionary permits and presenting findings at public hearings.
    3. Interfacing with the public, state and federal agencies, local tribes and other natural resource professionals.
    4. Implementing and promoting public outreach and education programs.

    Qualifications:


    Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Planning or a related field and 3 years of increasingly responsible, paid, professional experience including at least 2 years of professional experience in area of assignment with in the last 5 years.

    A Master’s degree in a related field can be substituted for up to six months of experience.

    Full Salary Range: $25.96 - $37.16 per hour

    Hiring Range: $25.96 - $27.99 per hour

    Email: hr@co.whatcom.wa.us

    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Address:
    311 Grand Avenue, Suite 107
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $25.96 +
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  • Professional Positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Professional Search:
    1. Full Charge Bookkeeper
    2. Fiscal Technician
    3. Accounts Payable
    4. Accounts Receivable
    5. Accounting Manager
    6. CPA
    7. Payroll Manager
    8. Human Resource Manager
    9. Purchasing Coordinator

    Full-Time and Part-Time
    Direct Hire
    $35,000-$80,000+/year

    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    FT PT
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $35-$80k Y
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  • Receptionist/Office Assistant - Colacurcio Brothers
    Employer:
    Colacurcio Brothers
    Job Description: Looking for Receptionist/Office Assistant.
    Duties include answering multi-line phone system, records filing, calling daily dispatch, data entry, and clerical/administrative support for Accounting and Human Resource Departments.
    Candidates must be organized, detail oriented, work well under pressure, have excellent phone skills, have a working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, and have the ability to learn new software programs.

    Working Hours: Typical hours are Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm.

    Pay Rate: Position starts at $12-14/hour (depending on experience) with the ability to earn more in the future as the position takes on more responsibilities. Health and Vacation benefits are also offered.

    How to Apply: Please apply by email to: hrdept@colacurciobrothers.com or apply in person at 3287 H Street Rd, Blaine WA 98230.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Shannon
    Address:
    3287 H Street Rd
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12-$14
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  • Retail Consultant - Sprint
    Employer:
    Sprint
    Job Description - As a Sprint Retail Consultant, you are a mobility expert who is responsible for connecting customers to the things that matter most in their lives. You are strengthening Sprint's Brand by delivering an unparalleled customer experience and outcome that transcends beyond the store visit. You stay current with the latest technologies and industry trends that enable you to provide a total sales solution to the customer. You are responsible for delivering key performance results in customer satisfaction that are most important to Sprint's overall strategy and growth. You are driven to achieve by the happiness of each customer's experience, the success of your store team and the satisfaction that you are changing lives by connecting people to what they enjoy.
    Part-Time Retail Consultant $13.00-14.50 an hour - plus $9,375 in uncap commission


    A Hiring Bonus of $250 will be awarded to new hires into this position and fully paid out following 6 months of continuous service


    If you're interested, please send me a message and Also, attach your resume as well. I look forward to hearing from you!
    Dameka Polite
    Direct: 972-666-8483| Main: 972-666-8448
    dpolite@wheelersp.com
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Dameka Polite
    Phone:
    972-666-8483
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $13 plus
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  • Social Media Assistant - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Level & Employee Status: Part-time (20-24 hours per week)

    Starting Wage: Dependant on experience

    Job Summary:

    This position plays an active role in the development and maintenance of Cascade Connection’s online community and image. This role will assist in publishing and managing the agency newsletter, company fundraising promotions/marketing content, maintain all of the agency social media channels that include, but is not limited to, Facebook, and the potential to create, launch, and maintain accounts using other social media outlets. Using strong written and communication skills, be able to maintain agency public correspondence and publications. Must have a strong awareness of privacy policies and attention to detail.

    Qualifications:

    Required:

    2. Proficient with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
    3. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of WordPress administration and security
    4. Experience with SEO best practices, techniques, and keyword research
    5. Strong written communication skills

    Preferred
    1. Comfortable and familiar with PHP, JavaScript, and jQuery or willing to learn
    2. Experience with coding both responsive and mobile websites

    Responsibilities:

    1. Web management
    2. Editing and customizing WordPress plugins and themes
    3. Maintaining, updating, and monitoring hosted websites and managing site security
    4. Optimize websites to ensure they render consistently in cross-browser environments
    5. Monitor the company website’s SEO and overall web presence
    6. Maintain WordPress themes optimized for mobile and tablet devices
    7. Use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign for website, flyers, and other marketing materials
    8. Use Adobe Acrobat to create PDF forms for website download, employee applications, etc.
    9. Works across departments to ensure proper messaging is being executed online that will help reach the company objectives
    10. Supports and protects agency brand by making sure that positive messaging is maintained in community and establish consistency of messages
    11. Knows/understands different social media space and utilizes different consumer statistics to increase productivity of posts
    12. Has good analytical and networking skills

    Additional Requirements:

    1. Must pass a pre-employment drug test
    2. Must successfully pass a criminal background check
    3. DD Specialty training (Required of all employees)
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Survey Crew and Drafting Technician - A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    Employer:
    A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    We are looking for BTC students interested in either a summer F/T position or permanent F/T position. We are in Everett and service mostly Everett and Snohomish County projects. Students can email me directly with their resume and cover letter.

    Survey Crew – you’ll be working on a 2-man crew assisting the Party Chief in a wide assortment of survey practices including Boundaries, Topographic, A.L.T.A, Construction layout, Condominiums, Short Plats, Subdivisions, Boundary Line Adjustments. You’ll learn from licensed surveyors to start or continue your career.

    Drafting Technician – You’ll support field crews and licensed office personnel using Carlson Survey software (AutoCAD embedded) as you produce Topographic maps, Existing Conditions Site Plans, Easement Exhibits, Staking worksheets, Records of Surveys, A.L.T.A. Surveys and calculating layout alignments, centerlines, utilities, etc.

    We are a small, busy office that is a fun place to work with friendly people.
    Pay is dependant on experience

    Harley C. Pawley, P.L.S.
    Surveyor | Manager
    A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    (Alpha Subdivision Pro's, Inc.)
    4532-B Evergreen Way
    Everett, WA 98203
    Phone: 425-252-1884 | Fax 425-339-0269
    Web: www.alphasub.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Harley
    Address:
    4532-B Evergreen Way
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Culinary Arts
  • Baker - Woods Coffee
    Employer:
    Woods Coffee
    We have an immediate opening at The Woods Coffee Bakery.
    Must have experience working with yeast dough.
    This position starts at 4am, working 4/10's Must be available weekends. This is a full-time opening.

    The Woods Coffee Bakery is a fun and fast paced bakery, making everything from scratch. Once you're proficient at the advertised position, opportunity to learn other positions within the bakery is encouraged.

    Come join our growing company! Current full-time employees are eligible for insurance, HSA, vacation pay and 401k opportunity.

    Please fill out the online application at www.thewoodscoffee.com/employment .
    Choose BAKER from the drop down menu. Qualified applicants will receive a call or email to schedule an interview.

    Starting pay will be based on experience, with raises at each position learned.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Jackie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Cook - Bonaventure Spring Creek
    Employer:
    Bonaventure Spring Creek
    Bonaventure Spring Creek, a premier senior housing community located in beautiful Bellingham, Washington currently has IMMEDIATE open positions for a Cook!


    The Cook is responsible for the preparation and service of nutritious, tasty and appealing meals. The Cook is also responsible for the supervision of all food service personnel in the absence of the Dining Service Manager.

    Responsibilities:
    1. Enjoys working with the elderly.
    2. Able to handle concerns graciously and follow-up appropriately.
    3. Has excellent customer service related skills.
    4. Ability to supervise food service personnel.
    5. Experience in operating kitchen equipment: commercial steamer, convection oven, standard gas or electric range and grill, meat slicer, mixer / grinder, commercial dishwasher, cooking utensils, etc.

    Required Experience / Education:
    1. Prefer minimum one (1) year experience in preparing meals on a regular basis for a large group of diners.
    2. High School Diploma / GED

    For immediate consideration, please visit us at:

    Pay is dependant on experience
    Bonaventure Spring Creek
    223 E Bakerview RD
    Bellingham , WA 98226
    Hours:
    Ask
    Address:
    223 E Bakerview Rd
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Cook positions - Four Winds Camp
    Employer:
    Four Winds Camp
    Job Positions: 4 prep cooks, and 2 head cooks.

    The job starts around June 8th and goes through August 29th, head cooks can make upwards of $5000 for the year, depending on experience. There are 3 sessions to 4 week and one 7 day. We feed around 300 people daily, meals include breakfast, lunch, dinner and special events.

    To Apply Email Resume:tiffani.rozier@gmail.com
    Hours:
    Seasonal
    Contact:
    Tiffani
    City:
    Deer Harbor
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Head Cook/Kitchen Manager, Assistant Cook, Kitchen Aide, Dishwasher - Camp Kirby
    Employer:
    Camp Kirby
    The following positions are available: Head Cook/Kitchen Manager, Assistant Cook, Kitchen Aide, Dishwasher
    Head Cook/Kitchen Manager Responsibilitiies Include:
    Implementing the menu, food ordering, meal preparation, kitchen maintenance, inventory and supervision of kitchen staff. MUST have a current Food Handler's Permit, and prior supervisory experience.
    Assistant Cook:
    Responsible for assisting the cook with food preparation, kitchen maintenance and other duties as assigned. MUST have a current Food Handler's Permit.
    Kitchen Aide:
    Resposible for assisting the cooks with food preparation, kitchen maintenance, and other duties as assigned. MUST have current Food Handler's Permit.
    Dishwasher:
    Responisble for proper washing of all camp dishes, putting all dishes away, assisting with cleaning the kitchen, dish-pit maintenance, and other duties as assigned. Other duties include but are not limited to assisting in the kitchen as needed. MUST have current Food Handler's Permit.
    All positions are needed from July 1st 2016– August 14th 2016.
    Please Contact our Camp Director for more information:
    Kathryn “KitKat” Luera
    (360)733-5710
    Kathryn@campfiresamish.org
    Application available at www.campkirby.org
    Camp Kirby is a drug, alcohol, and to bacco free atmosphere and site.
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Hours:
    Seasonal
    Contact:
    Kathryn
    Phone:
    360-733-5710
    City:
    Skagit County
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
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  • Line Cook - The Village Inn Pub & Eatery
    Employer:
    The Village Inn Pub & Eatery
    PART-TIME, LINE COOK - Experience Required (Bellingham, WA) compensation: DOE, plus tips employment type: part-time

    Are you an energetic, self-motivated and responsible team player? Do you have line cooking experience?? Can you handle working alone without supervision???

    If so, we would like to talk with you about joining our kitchen crew.

    We are currently in need for someone to work 14+ hours a week. Sunday and Monday afternoons into the evening. Also, you should be flexible and willing to work other shifts as necessary. You will need to have at least 1 to 2 years of experience cooking breakfast, lunch and dinner menu items.

    The Village Inn Pub & Eatery is a (locally owned) family friendly neighborhood bar and restaurant.
    Apply in person or email:mabrider@comcast.net
    PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS.
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Mare
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Pizza Maker/Line Cook - Pizza'zza
    Employer:
    Pizza'zza
    Pizza'zza, the #1 pizzeria in Bellingham, according to TripAdvisor, and the recent recipient of Sustainable Connections’ 2015 Sustainability Award for Thinking Local First, is growing, and we need talented, enthusiastic, energetic and pleasant people to grow with us.

    Bellingham's newest food truck launched in April! 100% locally built and featuring a 3,600-pound Wood Stone oven, Pizza'zza Mobile food truck parks at local breweries and other fun spots around town, as well as catering festivals, corporate events, and weddings.

    We are currently seeking F/T and P/T pizza makers/line cooks for all 3 locations: Fairhaven, Alabama Hill, and Pizza’zza Mobile. Morning, mid and evening shifts available.

    To be considered for the position, you must have 2 years of professional line cooking experience (pizza experience is a plus), a positive attitude, and be fun to work with.

    Our mission is “to sustainably nourish our community by providing delicious, locally sourced food in a fun and innovative environment.” If that sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, send your resume to: bellinghampizza@gmail.com or drop off a copy at either our Fairhaven or Alabama Hill locations. No phone call please.

    Wage: $14-17 per hour DOE with tips + benefits
    Hours:
    PT FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $14-17 DOE
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  • Server - Pizza'zza
    Employer:
    Pizza'zza
    Pizza'zza, the #1 pizzeria in Bellingham, according to TripAdvisor, and the recent recipient of Sustainable Connections’ 2015 Sustainability Award for Thinking Local First, is growing, and we need talented, enthusiastic, energetic and pleasant people to grow with us.

    Bellingham's newest food truck launched in April! 100% locally built and featuring a 3,600-pound Wood Stone oven, Pizza'zza Mobile food truck parks at local breweries and other fun spots around town, as well as catering festivals, corporate events, and weddings.

    We are currently seeking P/T counter servers for all 3 locations: Fairhaven, Alabama Hill, and Pizza’zza Mobile.

    To be considered for the position you must have a positive attitude, great customer service skills, and be self-motivated. Day shifts available with a duration of 4-6 hours per shift.

    Duties include:
    1. Answer phones, take orders, help guests and ensure an ama’zza’zing pizza experience.
    2. Keep station clean
    3. Stock items used by guests
    4. Wash dishes
    5. Complete other tasks as needed
    6. Promote our Pizza'zza Rewards program
    7. Upselling

    Our mission is “to sustainably nourish our community by providing delicious, locally sourced food in a fun and innovative environment.” If that sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, send your resume to
    bellinghampizza@gmail.com or drop off a copy at either our Fairhaven or Alabama Hill locations. No phone call please.

    Wage: $12.50+ per hour with tips


    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Erica
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12.50
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  • Dental
  • Dental Assistant - Oswald & VanderGiessen, DDS
    Employer:
    Oswald & VanderGiessen, DDS
    compensation: Hourly wage, DOE
    employment type: full-time
    Drs. Michael Oswald and Lance Vander Giessen are seeking to hire an additional dental assistant.

    We are a two-dentist office with a dedicated staff that puts a high priority on teamwork, professionalism and excellence in dentistry. We have an immediate need for a full-time dental assistant. Daily duties will include assisting with sealants, fillings, crowns, bridges, extractions (both simple and surgical), root canals, implant placement, dentures and more. We are progressing toward a paperless office and are utilizing many aspects of our patient software program. A strong experience with Dentrix is highly preferred.

    Please drop off your resume and contact information at our office during business hours at your earliest convenience (M-TH: 8-5; F: 8-1). Shawna or Samantha will be happy to meet you and answer questions about our office and this position. www.dentalcarebellingham.com
    Oswald & VanderGiessen, DDS
    3628 Meridian Street, Suite 2A
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Shawna or Samantha
    Address:
    3628 Meridian Street, Suite 2A
    City:
    Belllingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Dental Hygienist - Dr. Daniel Hovorka
    Employer:
    Dr. Daniel Hovorka
    Dental Hygienist full time: Tues, Wed, Thurs, every other Friday
    Pay DOE
    Dr. Daniel Hovorka
    1201 N. Garden St. Bellingham, Wa
    Please bring resume and cover letter to our office.
    Our office hours are Tuesday 1-8, Wednesday -Friday 9-5
    Hours:
    FT
    Address:
    1201 N. Garden St.
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/27/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Orthodontic Assistant - Gardner Orthodontics
    Employer:
    Gardner Orthodontics
    We are an orthodontist office searching for an Orthodontic Assistant. We have a great team looking for a graduate that is high energy and was a top student looking for an opportunity in orthodontia. We are willing to train the orthodontic specifics.

    Pay is dependant on experience.
    To apply please send resume to:
    http://joelgardnerorthodontics.com
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Debbie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Education and Human Services
  • LPN Supervisor - Pioneer Human Services
    Employer:
    Pioneer Human Services
    Job Application for LPN Supervisor (Full-time, Second Shift)
    Pioneer Human Services is a social enterprise that provides individuals with criminal histories the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives.
    Pioneer Center North is a 141-bed facility in Northwestern Washington that provides semi-secure, long-term residential treatment for people who battle chronic substance use disorder.
    POSITION SUMMARY
    The LPN Supervisor is responsible for providing quality health care services to all residents including assessing somatic conditions, delivering medications according to procedure and creating a favorable group climate for the effective treatment of each resident in treatment.
    This position supports the Behavioral Health Division of Pioneer Human Services by performing administrative and supervisory tasks to support the provision of quality and cost effective medical/behavioral health services.
    Pay is dependant on experience
    To Apply:
    https://apply.hrmdirect.com/resumedirect/ApplyOnline/Apply.aspx?req_id=372544&source=372544-CJB-0
    Hours:
    FT, second shift
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Assisted Living Program Director - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Position: Assisted Living Program Director

    Level & Employee Status: Level III - Full-time offering paid leave time, medical, dental, vision, & 401K benefits.

    Starting Wage: $16.00 per hour

    Job Summary:

    Assisted Living Program Director will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Cascade Connections group home in Lynden, WA. Responsible for staffing – hiring, staff retention, disciplinary process, and terminations and addressing program issues. Will be responsible for enforcing philosophy, procedures, directives, decisions and agency policy in a manner established by the Board of Directors. Will confer weekly with the Administrator of Residential Services, in person or via phone, to keep him/her apprised of ongoing operational affairs related to Cascade Connections group home. Will be a full-time employee of Cascade Connections and will document all indirect and direct service hours on appropriate time sheets. Ensure facility and vehicles are maintained. Attend administrative, board and management meetings. Ensure compliance with contractual and licensing obligations.

    Requirements:

    1. Must be at least 21 with a High School Diploma or equivalent & 5 years experience working directly with individuals with disabilities or an Associates Degree in a related field & 2 years experience working directly with individuals with disabilities or a Bachelors Degree in a related field & 1 year experience working directly with individuals with disabilities
    2. Must successfully pass a criminal history background check, have a valid Washington State driver’s license, clean driving record and reliable transportation
    3. Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and submit to on-going random testing
    4. Must meet training and credentialing requirements for Home Care Aide (HCA) certification or already be a licensed CNA, RN, LPN, or NAC.
    5. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
    5. Flexibility to fulfill occasional weekend or evening shifts to address staffing/scheduling needs
    6. Proficient in Microsoft Office programs
    7. Strong leadership and management skills
    8. Ability to manage funds, assist in establishing and operate within a budget


    Preferred Skills:

    1. Knowledge of Quicken
    2. Knowledge of Washington Administrative Codes and RCW's for Boarding Homes
    3. Knowledge of DSHS programs and the Developmental Disabilities Administration

    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $16
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  • Counselor - Yakima Valley College
    Employer:
    Yakima Valley College
    Salary
    $665 per Instructional Unit
    Up to 10 IU's/Quarter

    Yakima Valley Community College is one of the oldest community colleges in the state of Washington. Founded in 1928, the college has a long tradition of quality in teaching and in its commitment to students.


    Our Mission Statement:

    YVCC enriches and enhances individuals and communities by delivering accessible, student-centered education. YVCC addresses the needs of our diverse communities by providing learning opportunities in basic literacy; academic, professional, and technical education; and lifelong learning.

    Yakima Valley Community College seeks an innovative adjunct faculty Counselor committed to community college students and their success. This position is considered for renewal on a quarterly basis, funded by the federal FINISH Title V grant which ends August 2020. The work assignment would not exceed 200 hours per quarter. This position is part-time, non-tenure track.
    Reporting to the Dean - Student Services and in collaboration with the FINISH Title V Director, the faculty Counselor may instruct classes with the approval of the supervising Dean. A faculty Counselor shall participate in committee work and planning, research and innovation, course and curriculum planning, in-service trainings, meetings, and other specifically assigned duties. To the extent reasonably possible, a faculty Counselor shall keep abreast of developments in the counseling field.



    Qualifications:


    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    1.Master's degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work or related fields
    2.Professional preparation that includes work in fundamentals of counseling, counseling theories, multicultural counseling, general psychology (abnormal, developmental, and personality theories), career development and counseling, tests and measurements, professional issues and ethics, and an understanding of research methods.
    3.Three or more years of counseling services to include personal, academic and career counseling in a community college, university, high school, mental health or related social service field. Experience may include supervised counseling practicums and internships.
    4.One or more years of demonstrated experience working effectively with populations from diverse cultures and traditions.
    5.Evidence of a willingness to work a flexible schedule on a long-term basis

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. Student development work experience in a community college or other higher education setting
    2. Experience working in a supervised counseling practicum and/or internship
    3. Teaching experience within the community college, university, or related setting
    4. Washington state licensure in the fields of mental health or social work or eligible to make application for state licensure.



    Duties/Responsibilities:


    The primary duty of a faculty Counselor shall be participating in the Counseling Center's ongoing program based on the individual's specific educational qualifications and experience, as assigned. The faculty Counselor serves as a generalist responsible for providing services to meet the needs of our diverse student population enrolled at Yakima Valley Community College. Following are the responsibilities of the faculty Counselor:
    1. Assist students with available information relating to vocational, academic, and developmental programs, including courses and activities in the District, and transfer requirements and general information regarding other institutions
    2. Counsel with students individually and in groups
    3. Serve as a referral person in cases where students may need additional medical, social, or educational help
    4. Assist students individually or in groups and/or classes to acquire and develop more effective study skills
    5. Provide career guidance and/or placement information to individuals or to groups and/or classes
    6. Serve as a consultant to students referred from other academic employees or from schools within the community college district
    7. Maintain a file of up-to-date transfer information on assigned institutions to help students in planning for additional education
    8. Maintain a flexible work schedule as assigned
    9. Assist vocational areas in the screening and selection of students, as required
    10. Use online tools to maintain regular contact with students
    11. Assist with the coordination of incoming students through advising, registration, and orientation
    12. Develop files and interview students to determine grant/program eligibility
    13. Coordinate wraparound services for program participants
    14. Maintain accurate records of student contacts, time and effort, and written correspondence



    Supplemental Information:


    Those applicants invited to interview may be required to complete a skills test.

    Candidates may be subject to a Criminal History Background Check as a condition for consideration of employment.

    Per the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act, Yakima Valley Community College hires only U. S. Citizens and Aliens authorized to work in the United States. As a condition of employment, new employees must provide acceptable proof of identity and employment eligibility.

    Yakima Valley Community College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All inquiries regarding compliance should be directed to the Director of Human Resource Services, YVCC, South 16th Ave. & Nob Hill Blvd., Yakima, WA 98902; or call 509.574.4670.

    Applicants with disabilities who require assistance with the recruitment process will be accommodated to the extent reasonably possible.

    All positions are subject to funding.
    To Apply please visit:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/yvccwa/default.cfm?promotionaljobs=1
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Liz
    City:
    Yakima
    Zip:
    98902
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
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  • Early Childhood Para Educator Level 1 - Nooksack Valley School District
    Employer:
    Nooksack Valley School District
    ANNOUNCEMENT OF PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITY
    NOOKSACK VALLEY COLLABORATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
    EARLY CHILDHOOD PARA EDUCATOR LEVEL I
    INCLUDING ANY EARLY CHILDHOOD PARA EDUCATOR POSITION
    CAUSED BY EMPLOYMENT CHANGES OF AN EXISTING EMPLOYEE
    2016 - 2017 SCHOOL YEAR

    General Description
    The responsibilities of the Para Educator for the Nooksack Valley Collaboration for Children and Families are to assist with implementing a quality early childhood program for infants and toddlers.
    Professional Qualifications
    1. Desire to work with infants and toddlers, including children with special needs
    2. Experience in a group setting working with infants and toddlers required
    3. Assist with creating a supportive, warm and welcoming environment for children and parents
    4. Ability to work efficiently, self-initiate and organize time
    5. Monitor student(s) behavior and safety
    6. Ability to track and document skills and behaviors
    7. Ability to work and communicate effectively with staff as a team member
    8. Ability to support and refer families to leads in accessing resources
    9. Background and experience working with diverse family experiences and lifestyles
    1. Fluent Spanish language skills preferred
    2. Ability to be flexible and demonstrate a willingness to cross train
    3. Desire and interest to continue education and training in early childhood
    Minimum Qualifications – Education and Experience
    Associates Degree or CDA credential (0-3) or a degree in Early Childhood with an emphasis in infants and toddlers required. Consideration may be given to those actively enrolled in an AA program for Early Childhood or an infant/toddler CDA credential program.
    Para Educators hired after January 8, 2002 must have:
    1. completed two years of study at an institution of higher education;
    2. obtained an associate’s (or higher) degree; OR
    3. met a rigorous standard of quality and be able to demonstrate, through a formal State or local academic assessment, knowledge of and the ability to assist in instruction reading, writing, and mathematics In order to be considered for a position.
    Location
    Early Learning Program at the High School Campus
    3326 E Badger Rd
    Everson, WA 98247
    Terms of Employment
    Five days/week, Monday - Friday; 6.00 hours/day, 182 days/year. The rate of pay is $14.23/hour for the first six months (2016-2017 entry level) and then an hourly rate increase based upon the 2016-2017 salary schedule, with benefits according to the SEIU Collective Bargaining Agreement. New employees are required to meet the membership requirements of the current collective bargaining agreement within 31 calendar days of employment.
    Posting Date: May 24 , 2016 Closing Date: June 3, 2016 by 4:00 p.m.

    Application Procedures
    Nooksack Valley School District SEIU members must submit a letter of application to Yesenia Cisneros in the district office by 4:00 p.m. on June 3, 2016. In the event a current NVSD SEIU member does not fill this position, non-district applications will be considered. Non-district applicants must have on file or submit a completed district application form and résumé. In addition, a letter of interest, two letters of recommendation, copy of high school diploma, and transcripts are required for this posting. Application forms are available in the district office or on our web site at www.nooksackschools.org.
    Completed Application Materials May be Submitted to:
    Ms. Yesenia Cisneros, Human Resource Assistant
    Nooksack Valley School District No. 506
    PO Box 4307
    Nooksack, WA 98276

    The Nooksack Valley School District No. 506 complies with all federal and Washington State rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, creed, religion, age, marital status, military or veteran status, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or the use of trained dog guides or service animal by a disabled person, and provides equal access to all approved designated youth groups. Applications from all groups are encouraged. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to Ms. Marsha McInnis, Title IX Officer/Affirmative Action and ADA Coordinator in care of Nooksack Valley School District, PO Box 4307, Nooksack, WA 98276, or by calling (360) 988-4754.
    Hours:
    30
    Contact:
    Ms. Yesenia Cisneros
    City:
    Everson
    Zip:
    98247
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $14.23
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  • Employment Consultant - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Employment Consultant:
    Are you looking for a job where you can make a difference? At Cascade Connections we support our community to look at employment applicants a little differently. We help provide opportunities for everyone!

    This position is full-time offering leave time, medical, dental, vision, & 401K benefits.
    Job Summary: Support individuals with developmental disabilities to find and maintain work in the community. Typical work schedule is Monday through Friday. Must be available to work until 8pm on Tuesday and Friday evenings. Some weekends may be needed on occasion.

    Requirements:
    1. Prefer experience in working with individuals with developmental disabilities
    2. Belief that all people can and should work
    3. Ability to work well with people and demonstrate leadership qualities 4. Ability to make quick independent decisions, organized and good time management
    5. Willingness to be flexible with scheduling
    6. Willingness to work in a variety of atmospheres – including retail, custodial work, office environments, outside work, and other local employment sites
    7. Ability to use Microsoft business applications.
    8. Effective and professional written and verbal communication skills
    9. Pass background check, clean driving record and reliable transportation
    10. Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and submit to on-going random testing.
    11. Must be 18 & have a high school diploma or equivalent; Higher education preferred

    Our mission is empowering individuals with disabilities to enhance their quality of life. We promote opportunities for everyone through community partnership and service excellence. If that is something you feel you could contribute to please consider applying to become the newest member of our highly successful team of employees.
    Starting Wage: $12.00 per hour
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12
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  • Higher Education Access VISTA - Opportunity Council
    Employer:
    Opportunity Council
    Opportunity Council - Higher Education Access VISTA




    Bellingham Technical College (BTC) provides a gateway for residents living in poverty to access adult basic education and workforce training. This VISTA project will help BTC reach over 800 students who face poverty achieve success in reaching their career goals through increasing financial literacy and financial management skills. Programs which focus on providing standard academic knowledge, literacy, and job skills are vital in helping those living in poverty increase their wages and improve their economic status. One of the primary barriers to accessing adult education are high poverty levels, coupled with low financial literacy and management skills. This project will increase access to education and improve financial literacy and asset management skills for citizens in poverty by supporting the development of an expanded, effective financial aid, literacy and management support system for members of these populations. The Opportunity Council is a private non-profit community action agency serving Whatcom, Island and San Juan counties. The mission of the agency is to act as a catalyst for positive change, both in the community and in the lives of the people it serves. Beyond this, the Opportunity Council houses 11 AmeriCorps VISTA positions throughout Whatcom County, acting as an intermediary agency between the individual sites and the national VISTA program.



    Member Duties : The VISTA will: 1. Develop instruments to assess financial service needs and gaps in financial literacy and management skills for targeted students. 2. Develop research strategies and assessment approaches that determine best practices to help those in poverty gain access to financial aid resources and enhance financial literacy and management skills maximizing “free” funding in order to decrease overall debt load. 3. Build measurement tools to measure progress towards targeted students gaining access to financial resources and improvement in financial literacy and management skills. The VISTA will also be responsible for fulfilling VISTA member duties such as, but not limited to, participating in National Days of Service including MLK Day, Ceasar Chavez Day and National VISTA Week. Members will also attend monthly VISTA meetings facilitated by the intermediary agency.

    Program Benefits : Childcare assistance if eligible , Training , Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend , Stipend , Relocation Allowance , Housing , Health Coverage* .


    Pay is dependant on experience
    *For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit http://www.vistacampus.gov/healthcare

    Terms :
    Permits attendance at school during off hours, Permits working at another job during off hours, Car recommended .

    Service Areas :
    Community and Economic Development .

    Skills :
    Recruitment , Communications , Fund raising/Grant Writing , Leadership , Team Work , General Skills , Public Speaking .


    Apply Now

    SUMMARY
    Program Type:
    AmeriCorps VISTA

    Program
    Opportunity Council - Higher Education Access VISTA


    Program Start/End Date
    07/18/2016 - 07/17/2017


    Work Schedule Full Time


    Education level
    College graduate


    Age Requirement
    Minimum: 18 Maximum: None


    Program Locations WASHINGTON


    Languages
    English


    Accepting Applications
    From 05/04/2016 To 06/10/2016


    Contact Kristy Gallegos
    1111 Cornwall Ave
    Bellingham WA 98225
    360-734-5121
    kristy_gallegos@oppco.org
    oppco.org
    AmeriCorps VISTA
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Kristy Gallegos
    Phone:
    360-734-5121
    Address:
    1111 Cornwall Ave
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Youth Residential Counselors - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Position: Youth Residential Counselors - Full-Time, Part-Time, Day, Evening, and Overnight Shifts
    Location/Dept: Burien/CLIP and BRS

    Navos Mission: Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: Provide direct care and supervision for children and youth with emotional & behavioral challenges in a therapeutic residential treatment environment. Successful candidates will possess an understanding of trauma-informed as well as family-centered care and have experience working with children and youth with complex needs. This position works in a milieu setting using the engagement model of care.
    Teaming with other staff, our counselors support clients to meet treatment and behavioral goals by implementing plans that teach clients emotional regulation skills, social skills, collaborative problem solving skills, and independent living skills.
    We have openings for Full Time Active (CLIP) and Full Time Awake Overnight (BRS and CLIP), Part Time and on-call Youth Residential Counselor positions for our Behavioral Rehabilitation Services program (BRS) and Children’s Long-term Inpatient Program (CLIP). Residential Counselors will work with all youth based on the needs of the milieu, population/schedule preference and availability. On-call and part time positions have potential to become full time.
    BRS currently serves youth ages 6-14 years of age and will expand within the next six months to serve youth from 6-17 years of age.BRS is a temporary support and treatment program for youth with high needs.
    CLIP serves youth ages 12-17 in an intensive inpatient mental health treatment program provided in a secure setting. CLIP is a treatment program for youth who present a risk to themselves or others or are gravely disabled due to mental health conditions.
    All Full Time Youth Residential Counselors working Active shifts (day/swing) are required to work both Saturdays and Sundays. Scheduled shifts may fluctuate between day or swing dependent on the needs of the milieu and the availability of staff.
    Must be 21 by hire date, per our contracts.
    Must have some flexibility to attend trainings that may be offered on weekdays and/or weekends.
    Must be able to attend a one-time Human Resources Orientation on a Monday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

    Requirements: Applicants must possess a Bachelor Degree in Behavior Sciences (preferred) or High School Diploma or equivalent. One year experience working with children/youth preferred, if only have a high school degree it is required. Must possess or be able to obtain a valid WA State Driver’s License, Current First Aid and CPR certification and WA State Food Handlers Permit. Applicants must also demonstrate effective communication, conflict resolution, problem-solving skills, writing skills, and be able to work without supervision.
    Bilingual/Spanish/ASL candidates desired.
    Washington State agency affiliated counselor registration may be required for some positions after you accept a position.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Possess the knowledge, values, attitude and skills to create a trauma-informed, safe, trusting healing environment that respects the perspectives and experiences of the individuals, families, staff and communities we serve with safety and healing.

    Physical Abilities: Ability to perform a range of physical motions including but not limited to: Lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs; standing, walking, sitting for long periods of time; kneeling, squatting, and stooping; running for brief periods of time; and go up and down stairs.

    Compensation: $15.04-$17.04/hr including differential

    Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.

    To Apply: Please submit a Cover Letter, Resume and References for considerations. Navos will contact those most qualified for the position. Submissions without a cover letter and resume will not be considered.

    Please send documents to jobs@navos.org.

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Josh Wallace MPA Recruiter joshua.wallace@navos.org t: (206) 933-7007 c: (206) 412-2393 f: (206) 933-7005 2600 Southwest Holden Street Seattle, Washington 98126
    Hours:
    All
    Contact:
    Joshua
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $15.04-$17
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  • Electronics, Instrumentation and Process Tech
  • Store Level Systems Technician - The Markets, LLC
    Employer:
    The Markets, LLC
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Under the general direction of the Information Technology Director, the Store Level Systems Technician will provide Store support for all phases of store level systems including installation, repair and maintenance.

    RESPONSIBILITIES / ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    1. Support MS-Windows PC and thin clients 2. Support Virtual/Citrix Systems, Printing, User/Machine Profiles
    3. Perform IT systems or POS installs, upgrades, patches
    4. Provide user support for internal systems applications
    5. Provide maintenance and repair for POS systems, pin pads, scales, etc
    6. Provide support for store network systems
    7. Provide Telephone support for both Store and SSC workers.
    8. Provide PCI – DSS tasks (network scans, training)
    9. Participate in Weekend On-Call rotation.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. Comprehensive knowledge of PC's, printers, networks, networking devices.
    2. Cisco and Meraki experience a plus
    3. Virtualization Systems experience / knowledge
    4. PCI security compliance, monitoring, testing, reporting
    5. Experience in a PC technical support / helpdesk environment is a plus.
    6. Personal skills: organized, attentive to detail, personable, ethical, polite professional demeanor, self-starter, team player and enthusiastic.
    7. Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc...).
    8. Knowledge of desktop and notebook computer platforms.
    9. Must be able to communicate pleasantly with team members and be able to demonstrate, teach and/or communicate solutions.
    10. Computer service experience supporting and providing diagnostics is a plus.
    11. Experience with POS or retail back office systems software or hardware a plus.
    12. Knowledge of hardware and software trouble shooting skills.
    13. Knowledge of LAN/WAN protocols, cabling, installation and servicing.
    14. Knowledge of virus or malware detection software.
    15. Knowledge of / Familiarity with Linux (any level).
    This is a Full Time Position.
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    To Apply please email resume:clarkjordan@themarketsllc.com
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Field Technician - Palermitano Solutions LLC
    Employer:
    Palermitano Solutions LLC
    We are a young AV integrator from Argentina that rapidly expanded to Chile and that has recently opened offices in California with Google´s support.
    We are currently building a young team of technicians that can help us with our installations while they earn a great work experience in Silicon Valley and great possibilities of landing a good long-term job. If necessary, as part of our job offer, we will be making housing arrangements for our employees. A brief job description can be seen below.

    We are looking for Field Technicians to perform Audio and Video Installations in corporate businesses (most of the times at Google Inc.)

    Job consists of multiple tasks. Some of them are specified below:

    1. Soldering and cable preparing (Audio, Video and RS232 Control Cables)
    2. Mounting TVs, Screens, Projectors, Projector Screens, Speakers, Cameras, Microphones, Lights.
    3.Taking measurements and going through the drawings.
    4. Pulling cables through conduits or ceiling trays.
    5. Cabling Racks

    Advantages to get the job:

    1. Electronic Technician school attended.
    2. Auto CAD Experience.
    3. Experience in AV.
    4. Predisposition to learn and work hard-Spanish speaker is a plus.


    Thank you for your time. We look forward to hearing from you.
    To Apply please email resume: florentino@palermitanosolutions.com
    Tel: +1 985 227 2952
    www.palermitanosolutions.com
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Florentino Molina
    Phone:
    1 985 227 2952
    City:
    Silicon Valley California
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • HVAC Technician - CPI Plumbing and Heating Inc.
    Employer:
    CPI Plumbing and Heating Inc.
    CPI Plumbing and Heating Inc. is looking for YOU!
    If you are a skilled HVAC Technician, Residential or Journeyman Plumber, and have a great attitude we want you on our team. We are a growing company with highly skilled people serving the Skagit Valley and surrounding communities. Our mission statement:
    “We are committed to creating a positive impact in the communities we serve, while providing a secure and satisfying workplace for our team members”.
    If this fits who you are we want to talk with you. We offer top pay with unlimited earning potential, weekly training to stay up on the latest advances in the industry and hone your skills, and excellent benefits.
    Please don’t hesitate to contact us @ 360-428-5636 or visit our office @ 1900 Railroad Ave in Mount Vernon, WA 98273. Ask for Steve or Oly. We look forward to hearing from you and having you on our team!
    Pay is Dependant on Experience.
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Steve or Oly
    Phone:
    360-428-5636
    Address:
    1900 Railroad Ave
    City:
    Mt Vernon
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Instrument Mechanic - US Oil and Refining
    Employer:
    US Oil and Refining
    Position:
    The Instrument Mechanic will be responsible for repair of instruments and analyzers throughout the refinery and may also be required to repair or assist other multi-craft mechanics in the routine maintenance of other refinery equipment.
    Skills, Knowledge & Abilities
    1. At least three (3) years experience and journeyman skill level in instrument troubleshooting and repair, including both pneumatic and electronic instruments in an industrial maintenance environment. In-depth experience with distributed digital control systems required.
    2. Experience in repair, calibration and troubleshooting of gas analyzers a plus.
    3. Experience and ability to demonstrate journeyman skill level in a second craft within six months of hiring.
    4. Ability and willingness to develop usable skill level in a third craft area prior to final qualification as “A” Mechanic.
    5. Ability to read and interpret blueprints, plans, circuit diagrams, and loop diagrams.
    6. High School diploma or equivalent. Tech school diploma highly desirable.
    7. Ability and willingness to do outside work in all weather with considerable climbing. Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds is required.
    8. Ability and willingness to do work in confined spaces when required.
    9. Willingness to do rotation shift work and a fair share of overtime when it occurs.
    10. Willingness to do marine vessel mooring activities including deployment of boom, mooring lines and connect/disconnect of loading hoses.
    Wages & General Employment Conditions
    1. U.S. Oil is a USW Union plant.
    2. Wage rates: Assistant Mechanic $34.50
    B-Mechanic $35.25
    A-Mechanic (Multicraft) $37.85 (upon demonstration of 2nd Journeyman Level skill and usable skill level in third craft area)
    3. Shift differential: Swing shift $ .75
    4. Graveyard $1.50
    5. Beards are not allowed by WISHA regulations, since the employee is trained in and may have to use fresh-air breathing gear.
    6. A pre-employment physical is required. This physical includes a drug test. There is also a random drug testing program for all Maintenance Department employees.
    7. The employee will be on probation for the first six months of employment. During this period, work performance is reviewed several times to be certain the employee is suitable for long-term employment as a mechanic in the Maintenance Department.
    Apply Online:http://usor.com/opps/application
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Tacoma
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $34.50 DOE
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  • Lab Tech-1 - BP
    Employer:
    BP
    Role synopsis:
    The Cherry Point Lab offers an exciting opportunity for Quality Assurance Lab Technicians. This position is responsible for instrumental and chemical analysis of refined petroleum products, intermediates, compressed gases, and waste water for product quality assurance, process optimization, and environmental compliance purposes.
    Key accountabilities
    1. Analysis of water and hydrocarbon samples in a safe, reliable and efficient manner through application of established procedures, operation of complex laboratory instrumentation, and strict adherence to safety standards. 2. Reporting of data to refinery stakeholders via established Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS).
    3. Records and maintains accurate records of analysis.
    4. Provides prompt and accurate testing of routine and non-routine samples using the required method/standard.
    5. Performs any required retesting and communicates off-specification product results to stakeholders
    6. Communicates accurately any unusual observations made during analysis of samples so as to assist in resolving internal non-conformances.
    7. Maintenance, calibration, troubleshooting, and minor repair of assigned laboratory instrumentation.
    8. Assists the laboratory chemists and supervisors in the development of new test procedures.
    9. Works well with team members and others to achieve product quality and production goals.
    10. Contributes effectively to the team, meeting both team and personal objectives as set.
    11. Understands and supports the day-to-day operational and the longer-term strategic goals of the refinery and quality assurance laboratory. 12. Must be motivated and accountable for achieving long term and day to day goals and tasks.
    13. Must be self-directed and exhibit a high level of initiative
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    Please email resume to:angela.harrison@bp.com
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Angela Harrison
    Phone:
    331-229-7532
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Maintenance Technician - Metrie
    Employer:
    Metrie
    Why join the Metrie Team?

    Since 1926, Metrie Canada has been a leading manufacturer and distributor of interior finishings. We are a family-owned and private company with multiple locations across North America, striving to inspire designers, architects and homeowners. Our dedication to creating high-quality, finely crafted architectural elements has helped us grow to become the largest supplier and manufacturer of solid wood and composite moulding in North America.

    We strive to be a talent-advantaged organization. As a member of the Metrie team, you'll see attainable goals that call upon your talents and skills. Metrie offers a great mix of total rewards for your contributions and exciting opportunities to collaborate with smart and passionate colleagues. Come join our team and help us continue our history of success!

    What will you be doing in the Maintenance Technician position?

    The Maintenance Technician is a member of the Ferndale Manufacturing team and is responsible for supporting the production of Metrie products through the maintenance of equipment and machinery utilized to produce quality products.
    1. Maintain preventative maintenance program for equipment and machines
    2. Conduct inspection of all mechanical equipment and tools located within the building and grounds as per regular maintenance checks and action where necessary
    3. Inspect tools and machines for cleaning deficiencies
    4. Fabricate and install engineered hazard controls (ie. Guards)
    5. Work and collaborate with General Production staff and Operators to proactively and creatively drive initiatives to reduce down time and fall time as well as improving knowledge and skills
    6. Update and maintain all necessary maintenance records, such as inspection reports, service requests, incident reports, turnover sheets, and maintenance/contractor files both in paper and on the computer
    7. Promote teamwork amongst the entire plant to keep operations efficient
    8. Read, understand, and follow all Safe Work Practices for machinery and equipment
    9. Understand company safety regulations and relevant occupational health and safety legislation
    10. Other ad hoc duties as required

    What background will make you successful?
    1. 2+ years of experience and knowledge in areas of tools and machine maintenance
    2. High School Diploma or equivalent
    3. Mechanical aptitude and dexterity in the use of related maintenance tools, equipment and instruments
    4. Understanding of production processes and lines in a factory environment
    5. Demonstrated problem solving and priority planning capabilities
    6. Effective communication with the General Production staff and ability to work with operators and management

    How to submit your interest?

    To apply for this exciting opportunity at Metrie, please submit your resume to Henry.Lai@metrie.com

    Metrie is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer.
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Henry
    City:
    Ferndale
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Survey Crew and Drafting Technician - A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    Employer:
    A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    We are looking for BTC students interested in either a summer F/T position or permanent F/T position. We are in Everett and service mostly Everett and Snohomish County projects. Students can email me directly with their resume and cover letter.

    Survey Crew – you’ll be working on a 2-man crew assisting the Party Chief in a wide assortment of survey practices including Boundaries, Topographic, A.L.T.A, Construction layout, Condominiums, Short Plats, Subdivisions, Boundary Line Adjustments. You’ll learn from licensed surveyors to start or continue your career.

    Drafting Technician – You’ll support field crews and licensed office personnel using Carlson Survey software (AutoCAD embedded) as you produce Topographic maps, Existing Conditions Site Plans, Easement Exhibits, Staking worksheets, Records of Surveys, A.L.T.A. Surveys and calculating layout alignments, centerlines, utilities, etc.

    We are a small, busy office that is a fun place to work with friendly people.
    Pay is dependant on experience

    Harley C. Pawley, P.L.S.
    Surveyor | Manager
    A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    (Alpha Subdivision Pro's, Inc.)
    4532-B Evergreen Way
    Everett, WA 98203
    Phone: 425-252-1884 | Fax 425-339-0269
    Web: www.alphasub.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Harley
    Address:
    4532-B Evergreen Way
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • General
  • 24-Hour Direct Support Professional - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.
    We are hiring for a Direct Support Professional at our Pine Street facility in Lynden. Home Care Aide Certification is preferred but not required. This is a 24-hour shift from the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. the following day. The wage is $13.00 per hour with 8 hours unpaid sleep time from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Necessary training(s) will be compensated at $9.47 per hour.
    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    1. Provide participants with daily personal care and supervision to ensure their safety and well-being at all times
    2. Know, understand, and regularly review care and support plans and how to document accordingly
    3. Stay informed of participants’ needs, as well as staff, and communicates effectively
    4. Documentation completed accurately and thoroughly on assigned participants
    5. Support participants to complete activities of daily living (ADL’s) as independently as possible
    6. Assist and instruct participants in emergency evacuation procedures
    7. Follow Plan of Care/Negotiated Care Plan in regards to medication administration and document medications in accordance with policy
    8. Actively engage with participants and provide access to them to participate in community activities and events
    9. Maintain participants’ living environment (household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.)
    10. Establish and maintain positive communication and working relationships with participants and the people they interact with in all aspects of their life.
    11. Immediately report evidence of abuse or witnessed neglect to appropriate agency and Program Director
    12. Create a warm, accepting environment conducive to learning
    Job Requirements include:
    1. WA State driver license
    2. Able to pass a criminal history background check
    3. At least 18 years of age
    4. Have obtained a high school diploma or GED
    5. Pass a drug test to meet our drug-free workplace policy.
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $13 DOE
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  • Administrative positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Administrative positions:

    1. Administrative Assistant
    2. Customer Support Specialist
    3. Customer Service/Administrative
    4. Executive Assistant
    5. Receptionist
    6. General Office
    7. Data Entry
    8. Loan Operation Assistant
    9. Inventory Control
    10. Swing Shift Dispatch
    Full-Time and Part-Time
    Evaluation Hire
    $11.00-$20.00+/hour
    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    FT PT
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11-$20
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  • Advanced Manufacturing Positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Advanced Manufacturing:
    1. Lumber Mill Forklift Operator
    2. Welder
    3. CDL Driver
    4. Machine Operator
    5. Delivery Driver


    All Shifts Available
    Direct Hire and Evaluation Hire
    $12.00-$25.00+/hour

    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12-$25+
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  • Care Giver - Grace Family Homes
    Employer:
    Grace Family Homes
    CNA/NAC or Core Basic trained individuals wanted for care giving positions at two adult care facilities.
    Qualifications:
    CPR, Mental Health, Dementia, Food Handlers & Nurse Delegation certificates helpful but we can help the right applicant complete the DSHS training required for our homes.
    Pay DOE, but starts at $10.50/hr.
    Full time and part time and weekend positions available for all shifts. These are fun work environments in small care homes - come join our team!

    Please email resume to:gracefamilyhomes@gmail.com
    Hours:
    All Shifts
    Contact:
    Sue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10.50 DOE
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  • Cat Care Specialist - Cat Nap Inn
    Employer:
    Cat Nap Inn
    Cat Nap Inn,
    Bed & Breakfast Exclusively for Cats

    JOB:
    Cat Care Specialist- DOE. Probation period is 90 days.
    REPORTS TO:
    Kolleen Fox
    HOURS AND SCHEDULE:
    One three-hour shift on Thursday or Friday. The preferred shift would be 6:30 to 9:30 a.m. on Friday but open to negotiation
    Saturday and Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (set hours and are not negotiable) Includes holidays
    This position is generally 19 hours a week but the hours can vary (more or less) as we are a seasonal business

    SUMMARY:
    Cat Care Specialists at Cat Nap Inn care for our feline guests by accurately recording eating, drinking and elimination and assessing the cat’s mood and behavior.
    They also care for the cat’s parents by providing friendly service during check in and check out. Our specialists also do much of the back house support (laundry, dishes, cleaning litter pans, cleaning suites in-between guests, keeping the grounds beautiful which means weeding and outside landscape maintenance).
    We are looking for a long-term employee, not just summer or holiday help. QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. At least 18 years of age
    2. High school diploma, experience working or volunteering in a vet clinic, boarding facility or animal shelter desired.
    3. Ability to work alone, without supervision
    4. Reliability- as an extremely small facility, we will be counting on you to be here on your scheduled days. We are not on the bus line you must have reliable transportation.
    5. Punctual- We have a very tight schedule for feeding and medicating the cats. You must be on time.
    6. Somewhat flexible schedule-we are a seasonal business and may need extra help during the summer and around holidays or less help during quieter times.
    7. Attention to detail
    8. Ability to follow direction and change gears quickly
    9. Be able to safely lift 40 pounds
    10. A positive, friendly, can-do attitude while being able to work as a team
    11. Ability to work with the public with a customer service focus
    12. Legible writing
    13. Strong ability to multitask
    14. Only non-smokers need apply

    TASKS:
    1. Prepare food and feed cats at schedule times. Make sure all water bowls are filled.
    2. Monitor each cat’s health and report any concerns such as wounds, fleas, worms, blood, vomit, diarrhea to CNI owner.
    3. Administer medications as needed per description, record doses administered in appropriate place
    4. Keep suites clean and tidy, quickly clean up and scoop eliminations, clean suites in between guests. Use appropriate cleaning supplies.
    5. Assist with laundry, dishes, sweep and mop floors as needed
    6. Clean litter pans and associated items
    7. Check in and check out guests. Keep each cat’s items organized and in place
    8. Accept and record reservations
    9. Accept cash and check payments from customers and accurately record payments per instructions
    10. Keep the grounds beautiful which includes weeding and related
    11. Other tasks as assigned

    WORKING CONDITIONS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT:
    This position is extremely physically demanding and you will get dirty while you are working.
    A significant portion of the day is spent stepping in and out of the suites which are two feet off the ground.
    You will also need to bend, kneel, crawl and lift. Those applying should be physically able to handle these demands and others.

    APPLICATION PROCESS:
    No phone calls please.
    E-mail resume and cover letter which includes a brief description of why, in addition to being a cat lover, you believe your experience, accomplishments and personal qualities make you a qualified candidate for the position. Please also include a brief description of your most recent animal related experience if applicable to catnapinn@catnapinn.com
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Kolleen
    City:
    Sedro Woolley
    Zip:
    98284
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Cook - Bonaventure Spring Creek
    Employer:
    Bonaventure Spring Creek
    Bonaventure Spring Creek, a premier senior housing community located in beautiful Bellingham, Washington currently has IMMEDIATE open positions for a Cook!


    The Cook is responsible for the preparation and service of nutritious, tasty and appealing meals. The Cook is also responsible for the supervision of all food service personnel in the absence of the Dining Service Manager.

    Responsibilities:
    1. Enjoys working with the elderly.
    2. Able to handle concerns graciously and follow-up appropriately.
    3. Has excellent customer service related skills.
    4. Ability to supervise food service personnel.
    5. Experience in operating kitchen equipment: commercial steamer, convection oven, standard gas or electric range and grill, meat slicer, mixer / grinder, commercial dishwasher, cooking utensils, etc.

    Required Experience / Education:
    1. Prefer minimum one (1) year experience in preparing meals on a regular basis for a large group of diners.
    2. High School Diploma / GED

    For immediate consideration, please visit us at:

    Pay is dependant on experience
    Bonaventure Spring Creek
    223 E Bakerview RD
    Bellingham , WA 98226
    Hours:
    Ask
    Address:
    223 E Bakerview Rd
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Cook positions - Four Winds Camp
    Employer:
    Four Winds Camp
    Job Positions: 4 prep cooks, and 2 head cooks.

    The job starts around June 8th and goes through August 29th, head cooks can make upwards of $5000 for the year, depending on experience. There are 3 sessions to 4 week and one 7 day. We feed around 300 people daily, meals include breakfast, lunch, dinner and special events.

    To Apply Email Resume:tiffani.rozier@gmail.com
    Hours:
    Seasonal
    Contact:
    Tiffani
    City:
    Deer Harbor
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Customer Service - 24/7 Parcel
    Employer:
    24/7 Parcel
    GENERAL SUMMARY
    1. To provide accurate information and assistance to customers requiring direct customer interface
    2. Check in parcels
    3. To perform administrative duties necessary for efficient operations
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
    1. High school diploma
    2. Good interpersonal skills
    3. Computer proficiency
    4. Problem solve, detail-oriented
    5. Strong multitasking skills
    6. Team player
    7. Demonstrated flexibility to adapt to a constantly changing environment 8. A neat appearance and excellent interpersonal and communication skills are necessary
    9. Ability to lift heavy packages or maneuver any package weighing up to 100 pounds with appropriate equipment or assistance from another person
    10. Experience with electronic locker system a strong asset

    SHIFT REQUIREMENTS
    1. Schedule is based on business needs and maybe subject to change
    2. Must possess flexible availability to accommodate various shifts Monday to Saturday
    SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

    The successful candidates will be offered a job with 24/7 Parcel based on the successful completion of a series of interviews, PC assessments and a current satisfactory background check.
    Job Type: Part-time 15-20 hours/ week
    Salary: $12.00 /hour
    Please email resume to Sharon@247parcel.com
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Sharon
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12
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  • Detailer - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.
    Detailer - Involves but not limited to washing, vacuuming, wet sanding, and polishing.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers.
    Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT or FT
    Contact:
    Shayne and Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    Address:
    6410 Evergreen Way
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Direct Support Advocate - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.
    Position: Direct Support Advocate

    Level & Employee Status: Level I - Full-time (35-40 hours a week) offering paid leave time, medical, dental, vision, & 401K benefits.

    Starting Wage: $11.75 per hour

    Job Summary:

    The Direct Support Advocate is responsible for assisting each participant with reaching his/her fullest potential spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically. Responsible for assisting each participant with his/her daily needs.
    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    1. Provide participants with daily personal care, (e.g. bathing, toileting, etc.) and supervision to ensure their safety and well-being at all times.
    2. Know, understand and regularly review each of the participants’ Plan of Care and Negotiated Care Plans prior to providing care.
    3. Develop, implement and/or revise PBS plans with the assistance and approval of the Program Coordinator and/or Program Director.
    4. Maintain accurate data on all IISP goals and care plans.
    5. Re-new release forms annually or as needed. Prepare forms for approval by the Program Director and either send forms to parents/guardians or have ready to sign at IISP meeting,
    6. Ensure advocate check-offs are documented on daily, weekly, monthly and turned in to the Program Coordinator monthly. All tasks on check-offs must be complete.
    7. Review the content of client books to ensure documentation has been completed by other staff. Follow-up on incomplete documentation, leave notes for staff and ensure documentation is completed.
    8. Advocates who are designated clients with ETP’s must keep the Program Director informed of when ETP’s will expire.
    9. Advocates may be asked to assist the Program Coordinator with training new staff.
    10. Advocates will be responsible for scheduling participant doctor appointments and transporting/accompanying participants to appointment and ensure necessary documentation is obtained and recorded from the health care provided.
    11. Ensure scripts are obtained from health care providers and necessary information is on script.
    12. Lead Staff/Advocates will be responsible for organizing shift tasks for all staff on that shift. He/she will lead the team and set a positive tone for the shift, prioritize tasks, and ensure all tasks are completed by end of shift.
    13. Will be designated as the “on-call” person on a rotating basis. Will be responsible for responding to emergencies or staffing issues that arise during his/her assigned week. Ensure on-call log is being documented.
    14. Provide positive instruction to other staff on shift when care plans are not being followed correctly or when tasks need to be completed.
    15. Responsible for the accounting and record keeping for their designated participants’ checking and savings accounts

    Requirements:

    1. Prefer experience in working with individuals with developmental disabilities.
    2. Ability to work well with people and demonstrate leadership qualities.
    3. Ability to make quick, independent decisions.
    4. Must be 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent, higher education preferred.
    5. Pass a state background check and clean driving record.
    6. Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and submit to on-going random testing.
    7. Willingness to work non-standard work hours to meet immediate, short and long-term needs.
    8. Reliable transportation.
    9. Renew and maintain required forms and documentation relevant to participant’s care.
    10. Assist with training new staff.
    11. Strong organizational skills.
    12. Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.
    13. Ability to prioritize tasks and time management.
    14. Ability to use Microsoft business applications.
    15. Effective and professional written and verbal communication skills.
    16. Ability to represent Cascade Connections professionally in the community. 17. Facilitate meetings and Care Plans as well as implement plans and goals for each participant.
    18. Available for on-call shifts on a rotational basis and able to respond to emergencies and/or staffing issues during these assigned shifts.
    19. Due to client needs and care plan, female preferred
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.

    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11.75
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  • Disassembly Technician - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett

    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.

    Disassembly Technician - Involves but not limited to taking apart cars in a methodical and organized fashion, separating R&I parts from Replace parts, identifying damage related to and not related to the accident, and identify all hardware required to reassemble the car.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Employment Consultant - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Employment Consultant:
    Are you looking for a job where you can make a difference? At Cascade Connections we support our community to look at employment applicants a little differently. We help provide opportunities for everyone!

    This position is full-time offering leave time, medical, dental, vision, & 401K benefits.
    Job Summary: Support individuals with developmental disabilities to find and maintain work in the community. Typical work schedule is Monday through Friday. Must be available to work until 8pm on Tuesday and Friday evenings. Some weekends may be needed on occasion.

    Requirements:
    1. Prefer experience in working with individuals with developmental disabilities
    2. Belief that all people can and should work
    3. Ability to work well with people and demonstrate leadership qualities 4. Ability to make quick independent decisions, organized and good time management
    5. Willingness to be flexible with scheduling
    6. Willingness to work in a variety of atmospheres – including retail, custodial work, office environments, outside work, and other local employment sites
    7. Ability to use Microsoft business applications.
    8. Effective and professional written and verbal communication skills
    9. Pass background check, clean driving record and reliable transportation
    10. Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and submit to on-going random testing.
    11. Must be 18 & have a high school diploma or equivalent; Higher education preferred

    Our mission is empowering individuals with disabilities to enhance their quality of life. We promote opportunities for everyone through community partnership and service excellence. If that is something you feel you could contribute to please consider applying to become the newest member of our highly successful team of employees.
    Starting Wage: $12.00 per hour
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12
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  • Forklift Operators - Bellingham Cold Storage
    Employer:
    Bellingham Cold Storage
    Bellingham Cold Storage has several current openings for forklift operators. We do on-the-job training, and are very interested in attracting graduating students who are 18 YOA or older.
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Sheryl
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • General Labor - Vending and Fountain Equipment - Pepsi Beverages Company
    Employer:
    Pepsi Beverages Company
    The position will be posted to the Pepsi Beverages career site at: (http://www.pepsijobs.com)

    Position Location: Kent, WA
    Position Title: General Labor - Vending and Fountain Equipment (FT/Days) Job Description:
    Cleans and prepares vending equipment for refurbishment and rebuilding as needed. Position prepares equipment surfaces for repainting, resurfacing or application of new decals/facings. Requires work on vending machines that weigh approximately 800 -- 1200 pounds. Lifts are used, but may be required to push, pull and move equipment as well as kneel and/or squat to work on equipment. Forklift experience helpful as well as general knowledge of hand and power tools.
    PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
    1. Perform various physical duties as assigned, including but not limited to sorting, stacking, cleaning, minor repair, and/or maintenance tasks
    2. Collect accurate and complete equipment information
    3. Remove old parts
    4. Complete paperwork on job and maintain accurate maintenance records
    5. Maintain all safety standards
    6. Regular, reliable, predictable attendance
    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. 18 years or older; 21 years or older if CDL Required
    2. Pass the drug test
    3. Pass DOT physical and DOT Road Test (if applicable)
    4. Pass the background checks
    5. Valid CDL license (if required)
    6. Follow DOT Regulations
    Type of Position: Full-time
    Driving Requirement: No Driver Licensing Requirement
    Shift: Days
    Starting Pay: $16.24 - $18.74 per hour
    For immediate consideration, please go to www.pepsijobs.com
    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
    PepsiCo is an equal opportunity employer.
    Minorities/Females/Disability/Protected Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
    Pepsi Beverages Company www.pepsijobs.com Tell a Friend!
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Kent
    Zip:
    98057
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    16.24-18.7
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  • Home Care Aide - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.

    Position: Home Care Aide

    Level & Employee Status: Level I - Part-time (under 30 hours per week) with the potential for full-time

    Starting Wage: $11.00 per hour

    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    1. Carry out all aspects of client care plan as directed by the Program Director
    2. Thoroughly documenting shift in appropriate logs to communicate with co-workers as well as reading previous shift logs prior to working scheduled shift
    3. Maintain confidentiality of client records and information to the highest degree
    4. Inform the Program Director of client, guardian/representative and community interactions
    5. Transport clients as directed by the client’s care plan
    6. Accompany, supervise, and assist clients on community outings
    7. Abide by and understand agency policies and procedures
    8. Assist and instruct participants in emergency evacuation procedures
    9. Establish and maintain positive communication and working relationships with participants and the people they interact with in all aspects of their life.
    10. Immediately report evidence of abuse or witnessed neglect to appropriate agency and Program Director
    11. Offer clients support, guidance, and direction in carrying out their responsibilities, activities, and decisions
    12. Perform and maintain participants’ living environment (household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.), if directed by client’s care plan
    Job Requirements:
    1. WA State driver license
    2. Able to pass a criminal history background check
    3. At least 18 years of age
    4. Have obtained a high school diploma or GED
    5. Pass a drug test to meet our drug-free workplace policy.
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    PT to FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11
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  • Line Cook - The Village Inn Pub & Eatery
    Employer:
    The Village Inn Pub & Eatery
    PART-TIME, LINE COOK - Experience Required (Bellingham, WA) compensation: DOE, plus tips employment type: part-time

    Are you an energetic, self-motivated and responsible team player? Do you have line cooking experience?? Can you handle working alone without supervision???

    If so, we would like to talk with you about joining our kitchen crew.

    We are currently in need for someone to work 14+ hours a week. Sunday and Monday afternoons into the evening. Also, you should be flexible and willing to work other shifts as necessary. You will need to have at least 1 to 2 years of experience cooking breakfast, lunch and dinner menu items.

    The Village Inn Pub & Eatery is a (locally owned) family friendly neighborhood bar and restaurant.
    Apply in person or email:mabrider@comcast.net
    PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS.
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Mare
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Mid Level Body Technician - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.

    Mid Level Body Technician - Involves but not limited to small to large body panel repair using metal repair tools, repair filler, and sanding.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • moving, handy man, landscaping - Private Employer
    Employer:
    Private Employer
    Local Business expanding and hiring for part time and full time positions.
    The jobs would include moving, handy man, and landscaping. Hoping for hard working, trustworthy employees.
    I pay $15.00 to start and will increase pay if skills and work ethic deem them worthy. If interested please call Crissy Impero: 360-603-6390.
    the website is www.my1stoponline.com.
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Crissy Impero
    Phone:
    360-603-6390
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $15
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  • Paint Prepper - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.
    Paint Prepper - Involves but not limited to seam sealing, sanding, masking, priming, and organizing parts to be painted.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Pizza Maker/Line Cook - Pizza'zza
    Employer:
    Pizza'zza
    Pizza'zza, the #1 pizzeria in Bellingham, according to TripAdvisor, and the recent recipient of Sustainable Connections’ 2015 Sustainability Award for Thinking Local First, is growing, and we need talented, enthusiastic, energetic and pleasant people to grow with us.

    Bellingham's newest food truck launched in April! 100% locally built and featuring a 3,600-pound Wood Stone oven, Pizza'zza Mobile food truck parks at local breweries and other fun spots around town, as well as catering festivals, corporate events, and weddings.

    We are currently seeking F/T and P/T pizza makers/line cooks for all 3 locations: Fairhaven, Alabama Hill, and Pizza’zza Mobile. Morning, mid and evening shifts available.

    To be considered for the position, you must have 2 years of professional line cooking experience (pizza experience is a plus), a positive attitude, and be fun to work with.

    Our mission is “to sustainably nourish our community by providing delicious, locally sourced food in a fun and innovative environment.” If that sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, send your resume to: bellinghampizza@gmail.com or drop off a copy at either our Fairhaven or Alabama Hill locations. No phone call please.

    Wage: $14-17 per hour DOE with tips + benefits
    Hours:
    PT FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $14-17 DOE
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  • Planner II-Planning and Development Services Department - Whatcom County
    Employer:
    Whatcom County
    Planner II - PDS
    Northwest Annex | Bellingham, WA
    Initial area of assignment: Natural Resources
    Supervisor: PDS Supervisor
    Do you have experience working in the area of Natural Resource Planning, including identification of wetlands, fish and wildlife habitat management, 25development of mitigation plans, and/or shoreline management?
    Do you have proven ability to use excellent communication and people skills to coordinate work efforts among a large variety of groups, agencies and individuals?
    Are you able to apply your first-rate attention to detail and organization skills to help deliver quality work results?
    If you answered yes to these questions, Whatcom County is interested in learning more about your qualifications and experience and how you can best serve and improve county government by filling this key role in the Planning and Development Services Department. This position works directly with the public, advisory committees and other planning staff to carry out the goals of Whatcom County’s Critical Area Ordinance and Shoreline Management Plan specifically in the area of shoreline development, wetlands, and habitat conservation areas.
    Key duties include:
    1. Providing technical review of all development permits and ensuring that development complies with the Critical Areas Ordinance and the Shoreline Management Plan. Specific duties include review of shoreline development proposals, identification of wetlands and habitat conservation areas, wetland delineation verification and approval of mitigation plans.
    2. Preparing technical staff reports for shoreline permits, discretionary permits and presenting findings at public hearings.
    3. Interfacing with the public, state and federal agencies, local tribes and other natural resource professionals.
    4. Implementing and promoting public outreach and education programs.

    Qualifications:


    Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Planning or a related field and 3 years of increasingly responsible, paid, professional experience including at least 2 years of professional experience in area of assignment with in the last 5 years.

    A Master’s degree in a related field can be substituted for up to six months of experience.

    Full Salary Range: $25.96 - $37.16 per hour

    Hiring Range: $25.96 - $27.99 per hour

    Email: hr@co.whatcom.wa.us

    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Address:
    311 Grand Avenue, Suite 107
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $25.96 +
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  • Professional Positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Professional Search:
    1. Full Charge Bookkeeper
    2. Fiscal Technician
    3. Accounts Payable
    4. Accounts Receivable
    5. Accounting Manager
    6. CPA
    7. Payroll Manager
    8. Human Resource Manager
    9. Purchasing Coordinator

    Full-Time and Part-Time
    Direct Hire
    $35,000-$80,000+/year

    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    FT PT
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $35-$80k Y
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  • Reassembly Technician - Special Interest Body Shop
    Employer:
    Special Interest Body Shop
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.

    Reassembly Technician - Involves but not limited to putting the car back together with freshly painted parts, avoiding scratching panels, ensuring fit and finish is correct, perform a final light check (dash and exterior).
    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Receptionist/Office Assistant - Colacurcio Brothers
    Employer:
    Colacurcio Brothers
    Job Description: Looking for Receptionist/Office Assistant.
    Duties include answering multi-line phone system, records filing, calling daily dispatch, data entry, and clerical/administrative support for Accounting and Human Resource Departments.
    Candidates must be organized, detail oriented, work well under pressure, have excellent phone skills, have a working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, and have the ability to learn new software programs.

    Working Hours: Typical hours are Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm.

    Pay Rate: Position starts at $12-14/hour (depending on experience) with the ability to earn more in the future as the position takes on more responsibilities. Health and Vacation benefits are also offered.

    How to Apply: Please apply by email to: hrdept@colacurciobrothers.com or apply in person at 3287 H Street Rd, Blaine WA 98230.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Shannon
    Address:
    3287 H Street Rd
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12-$14
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  • Retail Consultant - Sprint
    Employer:
    Sprint
    Job Description - As a Sprint Retail Consultant, you are a mobility expert who is responsible for connecting customers to the things that matter most in their lives. You are strengthening Sprint's Brand by delivering an unparalleled customer experience and outcome that transcends beyond the store visit. You stay current with the latest technologies and industry trends that enable you to provide a total sales solution to the customer. You are responsible for delivering key performance results in customer satisfaction that are most important to Sprint's overall strategy and growth. You are driven to achieve by the happiness of each customer's experience, the success of your store team and the satisfaction that you are changing lives by connecting people to what they enjoy.
    Part-Time Retail Consultant $13.00-14.50 an hour - plus $9,375 in uncap commission


    A Hiring Bonus of $250 will be awarded to new hires into this position and fully paid out following 6 months of continuous service


    If you're interested, please send me a message and Also, attach your resume as well. I look forward to hearing from you!
    Dameka Polite
    Direct: 972-666-8483| Main: 972-666-8448
    dpolite@wheelersp.com
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Dameka Polite
    Phone:
    972-666-8483
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $13 plus
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  • RV Shop Assistant - Al's RV
    Employer:
    Al's RV
    RV Shop Assistant
    Job duties include:
    shop cleaning, pick-up and delivery of parts, building and lot maintenance, and general assistance of technician crew. This is an opportunity for the right person to start an on the job training for a career as an RV technician.
    Offering full time with $10-$14 per hour with possibility of growth. If an applicant possesses enough skill and experience, we are willing to start them as a technician immediately with a pay range of $14-$23 per hour.
    We work on 12v and 110v electrical systems, appliances,all structural items, routine maintenance on motors, generator repair and much more. There are too many items that we do work on to list.
    Medical, dental and paid time off available after 3 months and profit sharing available in the future.
    Our hours are Monday- Friday, 8am-4:30 pm.
    You can apply in person at 4163 Irongate Rd or by email with a resume at service@alsi5rv.com.
    This is a good opportunity to work for a local family owned business that has been successful for over 50 years.

    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Andy Jr
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-$14 +
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  • Semi-Skilled Manufacturing Positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Semi-Skilled Manufacturing:
    1. Janitors
    2. General Labor
    3. Packaging
    4. Assembly
    5. Banquet Server
    6. Lumber Puller

    All Shifts Available
    Evaluation Hire
    $10.00-$16.00+/hour

    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-16+/hr
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  • Server - Pizza'zza
    Employer:
    Pizza'zza
    Pizza'zza, the #1 pizzeria in Bellingham, according to TripAdvisor, and the recent recipient of Sustainable Connections’ 2015 Sustainability Award for Thinking Local First, is growing, and we need talented, enthusiastic, energetic and pleasant people to grow with us.

    Bellingham's newest food truck launched in April! 100% locally built and featuring a 3,600-pound Wood Stone oven, Pizza'zza Mobile food truck parks at local breweries and other fun spots around town, as well as catering festivals, corporate events, and weddings.

    We are currently seeking P/T counter servers for all 3 locations: Fairhaven, Alabama Hill, and Pizza’zza Mobile.

    To be considered for the position you must have a positive attitude, great customer service skills, and be self-motivated. Day shifts available with a duration of 4-6 hours per shift.

    Duties include:
    1. Answer phones, take orders, help guests and ensure an ama’zza’zing pizza experience.
    2. Keep station clean
    3. Stock items used by guests
    4. Wash dishes
    5. Complete other tasks as needed
    6. Promote our Pizza'zza Rewards program
    7. Upselling

    Our mission is “to sustainably nourish our community by providing delicious, locally sourced food in a fun and innovative environment.” If that sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, send your resume to
    bellinghampizza@gmail.com or drop off a copy at either our Fairhaven or Alabama Hill locations. No phone call please.

    Wage: $12.50+ per hour with tips


    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Erica
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12.50
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  • Summer Maintenance Worker - Samish Water District
    Employer:
    Samish Water District
    Samish Water District has an opening for a temporary part-time position.
    Maximum 150 days/1200 hours, $15.00/hour.
    Duties are maintenance of District facilities, including mowing and other duties as assigned.
    Application packages can be obtained at the District’s office at 2195 Nulle road, Bellingham, WA 98229. Open until filled.
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Byron Gaines
    Address:
    2195 Nulle Road
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98229
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $15
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  • Healthcare
  • LPN Supervisor - Pioneer Human Services
    Employer:
    Pioneer Human Services
    Job Application for LPN Supervisor (Full-time, Second Shift)
    Pioneer Human Services is a social enterprise that provides individuals with criminal histories the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives.
    Pioneer Center North is a 141-bed facility in Northwestern Washington that provides semi-secure, long-term residential treatment for people who battle chronic substance use disorder.
    POSITION SUMMARY
    The LPN Supervisor is responsible for providing quality health care services to all residents including assessing somatic conditions, delivering medications according to procedure and creating a favorable group climate for the effective treatment of each resident in treatment.
    This position supports the Behavioral Health Division of Pioneer Human Services by performing administrative and supervisory tasks to support the provision of quality and cost effective medical/behavioral health services.
    Pay is dependant on experience
    To Apply:
    https://apply.hrmdirect.com/resumedirect/ApplyOnline/Apply.aspx?req_id=372544&source=372544-CJB-0
    Hours:
    FT, second shift
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • 24-Hour Direct Support Professional - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.
    We are hiring for a Direct Support Professional at our Pine Street facility in Lynden. Home Care Aide Certification is preferred but not required. This is a 24-hour shift from the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. the following day. The wage is $13.00 per hour with 8 hours unpaid sleep time from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Necessary training(s) will be compensated at $9.47 per hour.
    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    1. Provide participants with daily personal care and supervision to ensure their safety and well-being at all times
    2. Know, understand, and regularly review care and support plans and how to document accordingly
    3. Stay informed of participants’ needs, as well as staff, and communicates effectively
    4. Documentation completed accurately and thoroughly on assigned participants
    5. Support participants to complete activities of daily living (ADL’s) as independently as possible
    6. Assist and instruct participants in emergency evacuation procedures
    7. Follow Plan of Care/Negotiated Care Plan in regards to medication administration and document medications in accordance with policy
    8. Actively engage with participants and provide access to them to participate in community activities and events
    9. Maintain participants’ living environment (household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.)
    10. Establish and maintain positive communication and working relationships with participants and the people they interact with in all aspects of their life.
    11. Immediately report evidence of abuse or witnessed neglect to appropriate agency and Program Director
    12. Create a warm, accepting environment conducive to learning
    Job Requirements include:
    1. WA State driver license
    2. Able to pass a criminal history background check
    3. At least 18 years of age
    4. Have obtained a high school diploma or GED
    5. Pass a drug test to meet our drug-free workplace policy.
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $13 DOE
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  • Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP)

    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: Functions as a competent Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) to provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Responsible for providing safe, efficient and quality care to the Center’s consumers.

    Functions and Responsibilities:
    Responsible for providing safe, efficient and quality care to all of the clients Supports a system-wide understanding of trauma prevalence, impact and trauma informed care.
    Fosters healing, hopeful, honest and trusting relationships for consumers and employees; Values consumer voice, choice and self-advocacy.
    Demonstrates a commitment to cultural competence.
    Promotes a safe, calm and secure environment with supportive care and family-driven services that are trauma specific and promote recovery and wellness. Other duties as assigned.
    Follows organization infection control policies and procedures. At risk for exposure to blood borne pathogens.

    Position Requirements:
    Must be able to work as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner with children, adult and geriatric populations; possess and maintain current Washington State RN and ARNP licenses.
    Must meet the minimum qualification of a Mental Health Professional as per WAC 275.55.
    Must have at least two years direct experience in the treatment of severely and persistently mentally ill consumers.
    Must have working familiarity with psychotropic medicines.
    Professional interest and commitment to working with the mentally ill and in the development of care systems for the mentally ill.
    Ability to work in an interdisciplinary setting, according respect to others based on knowledge and experience, as well as discipline.
    Ability to tolerate the stress of a busy outpatient psychiatric care setting.
    Ability to interact with consumers with sensitivity, tact and respect; as well as firmness, when necessary.
    Knowledge of theories of human behavior, personality development and psychological and physical cause of mental disorders.
    Knowledge of principles and techniques of group and individual therapy; understanding of principles and methods of intervention.
    Familiarity with Washington Administrative Code regulations and professional standards governing the treatment of the mentally ill.
    Demonstrated competence in Microsoft Office suite.
    Ability to maintain confidentiality in all matters.

    Personal Traits & Qualifications: Possess the knowledge, values, attitude and skills to create a trauma-informed, safe, trusting healing environment that respects the perspectives and experiences of the individuals, families, staff and communities we serve with safety and healing.

    Physical Requirements: Patient care delivery may involve lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, and stooping requiring upper and lower body strength. Lifting up to 40 lbs. may be required without assistance.

    To Apply: Please send your resume to jobs@navos.org.

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Pay is dependant on experience.
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Assisted Living Program Director - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Position: Assisted Living Program Director

    Level & Employee Status: Level III - Full-time offering paid leave time, medical, dental, vision, & 401K benefits.

    Starting Wage: $16.00 per hour

    Job Summary:

    Assisted Living Program Director will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Cascade Connections group home in Lynden, WA. Responsible for staffing – hiring, staff retention, disciplinary process, and terminations and addressing program issues. Will be responsible for enforcing philosophy, procedures, directives, decisions and agency policy in a manner established by the Board of Directors. Will confer weekly with the Administrator of Residential Services, in person or via phone, to keep him/her apprised of ongoing operational affairs related to Cascade Connections group home. Will be a full-time employee of Cascade Connections and will document all indirect and direct service hours on appropriate time sheets. Ensure facility and vehicles are maintained. Attend administrative, board and management meetings. Ensure compliance with contractual and licensing obligations.

    Requirements:

    1. Must be at least 21 with a High School Diploma or equivalent & 5 years experience working directly with individuals with disabilities or an Associates Degree in a related field & 2 years experience working directly with individuals with disabilities or a Bachelors Degree in a related field & 1 year experience working directly with individuals with disabilities
    2. Must successfully pass a criminal history background check, have a valid Washington State driver’s license, clean driving record and reliable transportation
    3. Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and submit to on-going random testing
    4. Must meet training and credentialing requirements for Home Care Aide (HCA) certification or already be a licensed CNA, RN, LPN, or NAC.
    5. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
    5. Flexibility to fulfill occasional weekend or evening shifts to address staffing/scheduling needs
    6. Proficient in Microsoft Office programs
    7. Strong leadership and management skills
    8. Ability to manage funds, assist in establishing and operate within a budget


    Preferred Skills:

    1. Knowledge of Quicken
    2. Knowledge of Washington Administrative Codes and RCW's for Boarding Homes
    3. Knowledge of DSHS programs and the Developmental Disabilities Administration

    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $16
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  • Care Giver - Grace Family Homes
    Employer:
    Grace Family Homes
    CNA/NAC or Core Basic trained individuals wanted for care giving positions at two adult care facilities.
    Qualifications:
    CPR, Mental Health, Dementia, Food Handlers & Nurse Delegation certificates helpful but we can help the right applicant complete the DSHS training required for our homes.
    Pay DOE, but starts at $10.50/hr.
    Full time and part time and weekend positions available for all shifts. These are fun work environments in small care homes - come join our team!

    Please email resume to:gracefamilyhomes@gmail.com
    Hours:
    All Shifts
    Contact:
    Sue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10.50 DOE
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  • CNA - Private Employer
    Employer:
    Private Employer
    Part-time CNA position open.
    The hours are Wed & Friday 6:30pm to 10:30pm(both nights) & Sunday 9:15am to 2:15pm then 6:30pm to 10:30pm( split shift)
    starting wage $13-18DOE.
    Please send resume to fax(360) 922-0398
    or email: michelleturek2015@gmail.com
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Michelle
    Phone:
    360-922-0398
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $13-$18DOE
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  • Counselor - Yakima Valley College
    Employer:
    Yakima Valley College
    Salary
    $665 per Instructional Unit
    Up to 10 IU's/Quarter

    Yakima Valley Community College is one of the oldest community colleges in the state of Washington. Founded in 1928, the college has a long tradition of quality in teaching and in its commitment to students.


    Our Mission Statement:

    YVCC enriches and enhances individuals and communities by delivering accessible, student-centered education. YVCC addresses the needs of our diverse communities by providing learning opportunities in basic literacy; academic, professional, and technical education; and lifelong learning.

    Yakima Valley Community College seeks an innovative adjunct faculty Counselor committed to community college students and their success. This position is considered for renewal on a quarterly basis, funded by the federal FINISH Title V grant which ends August 2020. The work assignment would not exceed 200 hours per quarter. This position is part-time, non-tenure track.
    Reporting to the Dean - Student Services and in collaboration with the FINISH Title V Director, the faculty Counselor may instruct classes with the approval of the supervising Dean. A faculty Counselor shall participate in committee work and planning, research and innovation, course and curriculum planning, in-service trainings, meetings, and other specifically assigned duties. To the extent reasonably possible, a faculty Counselor shall keep abreast of developments in the counseling field.



    Qualifications:


    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    1.Master's degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work or related fields
    2.Professional preparation that includes work in fundamentals of counseling, counseling theories, multicultural counseling, general psychology (abnormal, developmental, and personality theories), career development and counseling, tests and measurements, professional issues and ethics, and an understanding of research methods.
    3.Three or more years of counseling services to include personal, academic and career counseling in a community college, university, high school, mental health or related social service field. Experience may include supervised counseling practicums and internships.
    4.One or more years of demonstrated experience working effectively with populations from diverse cultures and traditions.
    5.Evidence of a willingness to work a flexible schedule on a long-term basis

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. Student development work experience in a community college or other higher education setting
    2. Experience working in a supervised counseling practicum and/or internship
    3. Teaching experience within the community college, university, or related setting
    4. Washington state licensure in the fields of mental health or social work or eligible to make application for state licensure.



    Duties/Responsibilities:


    The primary duty of a faculty Counselor shall be participating in the Counseling Center's ongoing program based on the individual's specific educational qualifications and experience, as assigned. The faculty Counselor serves as a generalist responsible for providing services to meet the needs of our diverse student population enrolled at Yakima Valley Community College. Following are the responsibilities of the faculty Counselor:
    1. Assist students with available information relating to vocational, academic, and developmental programs, including courses and activities in the District, and transfer requirements and general information regarding other institutions
    2. Counsel with students individually and in groups
    3. Serve as a referral person in cases where students may need additional medical, social, or educational help
    4. Assist students individually or in groups and/or classes to acquire and develop more effective study skills
    5. Provide career guidance and/or placement information to individuals or to groups and/or classes
    6. Serve as a consultant to students referred from other academic employees or from schools within the community college district
    7. Maintain a file of up-to-date transfer information on assigned institutions to help students in planning for additional education
    8. Maintain a flexible work schedule as assigned
    9. Assist vocational areas in the screening and selection of students, as required
    10. Use online tools to maintain regular contact with students
    11. Assist with the coordination of incoming students through advising, registration, and orientation
    12. Develop files and interview students to determine grant/program eligibility
    13. Coordinate wraparound services for program participants
    14. Maintain accurate records of student contacts, time and effort, and written correspondence



    Supplemental Information:


    Those applicants invited to interview may be required to complete a skills test.

    Candidates may be subject to a Criminal History Background Check as a condition for consideration of employment.

    Per the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act, Yakima Valley Community College hires only U. S. Citizens and Aliens authorized to work in the United States. As a condition of employment, new employees must provide acceptable proof of identity and employment eligibility.

    Yakima Valley Community College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All inquiries regarding compliance should be directed to the Director of Human Resource Services, YVCC, South 16th Ave. & Nob Hill Blvd., Yakima, WA 98902; or call 509.574.4670.

    Applicants with disabilities who require assistance with the recruitment process will be accommodated to the extent reasonably possible.

    All positions are subject to funding.
    To Apply please visit:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/yvccwa/default.cfm?promotionaljobs=1
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Liz
    City:
    Yakima
    Zip:
    98902
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
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  • Dental Assistant - Oswald & VanderGiessen, DDS
    Employer:
    Oswald & VanderGiessen, DDS
    compensation: Hourly wage, DOE
    employment type: full-time
    Drs. Michael Oswald and Lance Vander Giessen are seeking to hire an additional dental assistant.

    We are a two-dentist office with a dedicated staff that puts a high priority on teamwork, professionalism and excellence in dentistry. We have an immediate need for a full-time dental assistant. Daily duties will include assisting with sealants, fillings, crowns, bridges, extractions (both simple and surgical), root canals, implant placement, dentures and more. We are progressing toward a paperless office and are utilizing many aspects of our patient software program. A strong experience with Dentrix is highly preferred.

    Please drop off your resume and contact information at our office during business hours at your earliest convenience (M-TH: 8-5; F: 8-1). Shawna or Samantha will be happy to meet you and answer questions about our office and this position. www.dentalcarebellingham.com
    Oswald & VanderGiessen, DDS
    3628 Meridian Street, Suite 2A
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Shawna or Samantha
    Address:
    3628 Meridian Street, Suite 2A
    City:
    Belllingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Direct Support Advocate - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.
    Position: Direct Support Advocate

    Level & Employee Status: Level I - Full-time (35-40 hours a week) offering paid leave time, medical, dental, vision, & 401K benefits.

    Starting Wage: $11.75 per hour

    Job Summary:

    The Direct Support Advocate is responsible for assisting each participant with reaching his/her fullest potential spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically. Responsible for assisting each participant with his/her daily needs.
    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    1. Provide participants with daily personal care, (e.g. bathing, toileting, etc.) and supervision to ensure their safety and well-being at all times.
    2. Know, understand and regularly review each of the participants’ Plan of Care and Negotiated Care Plans prior to providing care.
    3. Develop, implement and/or revise PBS plans with the assistance and approval of the Program Coordinator and/or Program Director.
    4. Maintain accurate data on all IISP goals and care plans.
    5. Re-new release forms annually or as needed. Prepare forms for approval by the Program Director and either send forms to parents/guardians or have ready to sign at IISP meeting,
    6. Ensure advocate check-offs are documented on daily, weekly, monthly and turned in to the Program Coordinator monthly. All tasks on check-offs must be complete.
    7. Review the content of client books to ensure documentation has been completed by other staff. Follow-up on incomplete documentation, leave notes for staff and ensure documentation is completed.
    8. Advocates who are designated clients with ETP’s must keep the Program Director informed of when ETP’s will expire.
    9. Advocates may be asked to assist the Program Coordinator with training new staff.
    10. Advocates will be responsible for scheduling participant doctor appointments and transporting/accompanying participants to appointment and ensure necessary documentation is obtained and recorded from the health care provided.
    11. Ensure scripts are obtained from health care providers and necessary information is on script.
    12. Lead Staff/Advocates will be responsible for organizing shift tasks for all staff on that shift. He/she will lead the team and set a positive tone for the shift, prioritize tasks, and ensure all tasks are completed by end of shift.
    13. Will be designated as the “on-call” person on a rotating basis. Will be responsible for responding to emergencies or staffing issues that arise during his/her assigned week. Ensure on-call log is being documented.
    14. Provide positive instruction to other staff on shift when care plans are not being followed correctly or when tasks need to be completed.
    15. Responsible for the accounting and record keeping for their designated participants’ checking and savings accounts

    Requirements:

    1. Prefer experience in working with individuals with developmental disabilities.
    2. Ability to work well with people and demonstrate leadership qualities.
    3. Ability to make quick, independent decisions.
    4. Must be 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent, higher education preferred.
    5. Pass a state background check and clean driving record.
    6. Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and submit to on-going random testing.
    7. Willingness to work non-standard work hours to meet immediate, short and long-term needs.
    8. Reliable transportation.
    9. Renew and maintain required forms and documentation relevant to participant’s care.
    10. Assist with training new staff.
    11. Strong organizational skills.
    12. Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.
    13. Ability to prioritize tasks and time management.
    14. Ability to use Microsoft business applications.
    15. Effective and professional written and verbal communication skills.
    16. Ability to represent Cascade Connections professionally in the community. 17. Facilitate meetings and Care Plans as well as implement plans and goals for each participant.
    18. Available for on-call shifts on a rotational basis and able to respond to emergencies and/or staffing issues during these assigned shifts.
    19. Due to client needs and care plan, female preferred
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.

    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11.75
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  • Employment Consultant - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Employment Consultant:
    Are you looking for a job where you can make a difference? At Cascade Connections we support our community to look at employment applicants a little differently. We help provide opportunities for everyone!

    This position is full-time offering leave time, medical, dental, vision, & 401K benefits.
    Job Summary: Support individuals with developmental disabilities to find and maintain work in the community. Typical work schedule is Monday through Friday. Must be available to work until 8pm on Tuesday and Friday evenings. Some weekends may be needed on occasion.

    Requirements:
    1. Prefer experience in working with individuals with developmental disabilities
    2. Belief that all people can and should work
    3. Ability to work well with people and demonstrate leadership qualities 4. Ability to make quick independent decisions, organized and good time management
    5. Willingness to be flexible with scheduling
    6. Willingness to work in a variety of atmospheres – including retail, custodial work, office environments, outside work, and other local employment sites
    7. Ability to use Microsoft business applications.
    8. Effective and professional written and verbal communication skills
    9. Pass background check, clean driving record and reliable transportation
    10. Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and submit to on-going random testing.
    11. Must be 18 & have a high school diploma or equivalent; Higher education preferred

    Our mission is empowering individuals with disabilities to enhance their quality of life. We promote opportunities for everyone through community partnership and service excellence. If that is something you feel you could contribute to please consider applying to become the newest member of our highly successful team of employees.
    Starting Wage: $12.00 per hour
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12
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  • Home Care Aide - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.

    Position: Home Care Aide

    Level & Employee Status: Level I - Part-time (under 30 hours per week) with the potential for full-time

    Starting Wage: $11.00 per hour

    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    1. Carry out all aspects of client care plan as directed by the Program Director
    2. Thoroughly documenting shift in appropriate logs to communicate with co-workers as well as reading previous shift logs prior to working scheduled shift
    3. Maintain confidentiality of client records and information to the highest degree
    4. Inform the Program Director of client, guardian/representative and community interactions
    5. Transport clients as directed by the client’s care plan
    6. Accompany, supervise, and assist clients on community outings
    7. Abide by and understand agency policies and procedures
    8. Assist and instruct participants in emergency evacuation procedures
    9. Establish and maintain positive communication and working relationships with participants and the people they interact with in all aspects of their life.
    10. Immediately report evidence of abuse or witnessed neglect to appropriate agency and Program Director
    11. Offer clients support, guidance, and direction in carrying out their responsibilities, activities, and decisions
    12. Perform and maintain participants’ living environment (household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.), if directed by client’s care plan
    Job Requirements:
    1. WA State driver license
    2. Able to pass a criminal history background check
    3. At least 18 years of age
    4. Have obtained a high school diploma or GED
    5. Pass a drug test to meet our drug-free workplace policy.
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    PT to FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11
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  • Night Direct Support Professional - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.
    Position: Night Direct Support Professional

    Level & Employee Status: Level I - Part-time (under 30 hours per week) with the potential for full-time

    Starting Wage: $11.00 per hour (plus $0.25 per hour for shift differential)

    Job Summary:

    Responsible for assisting each resident with reaching his/her fullest potential spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically. Will be responsible for assisting each resident with his/her daily needs. The overnight position is a full-time position and requires that staff work 35-40 hours per week and attend mandatory staff meetings once per month as designated by the Program Coordinator or Program Director.

    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    2. Know, understand, and regularly review care and support plans and how to document accordingly
    3. Stay informed of participants’ needs, as well as staff, and communicate in an effective and positive way
    4. Support participants to complete activities of daily living (ADL’s) as independently as possible and help provide access to them to participate in community activities and events
    5. Maintain participants’ living environment (household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.)
    6. Immediately report evidence of abuse or witnessed neglect to appropriate agency and Program Director

    Job Requirements:
    1. WA State driver license
    2. Able to pass a criminal history background check
    3. At least 18 years of age
    4. Have obtained a high school diploma or GED
    5. Pass a drug test to meet our drug-free workplace policy.
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    PT to FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11.25
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  • Orthodontic Assistant - Gardner Orthodontics
    Employer:
    Gardner Orthodontics
    We are an orthodontist office searching for an Orthodontic Assistant. We have a great team looking for a graduate that is high energy and was a top student looking for an opportunity in orthodontia. We are willing to train the orthodontic specifics.

    Pay is dependant on experience.
    To apply please send resume to:
    http://joelgardnerorthodontics.com
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Debbie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Psychiatric Registered Nurse (RN) - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Psychiatric Registered Nurse (RN) - .60 FTE Evening Shift

    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: We are currently hiring for a 0.60 FTE Registered Nurse (RN) Evening Shift (3pm to 11:30pm) for our inpatient services. Registered Nurses provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Responsible for managing the assigned nursing unit(s) on a shift basis to provide safe, efficient and quality patient care. Implement unit programs to meet specific patient care needs. Accountable for making assignments, overseeing completion and documentation of same; and/or providing follow-up of all nursing procedures and staff clinical assignments. Assist Nurse Manager in supervising unit staff by providing direct supervision with regard to attendance and shift assignments; completing annual performance evaluations; and providing input to Nurse Manager regarding hiring, termination, and disciplinary action. Educate staff regarding hospital policies and procedures and ensure compliance with same. Effectively communicate and interface with other departments.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Professional interest and commitment to working with the mentally ill and in the development of care systems for the mentally ill. Knowledge of Involuntary Treatment System. Must be able to work in an interdisciplinary setting, according respect to others based on knowledge and experience, as well as discipline. Tolerant of the stress of an acute psychiatric care setting. Demonstration of leadership traits, good organizational skills, strong clinical and assessment skills. Able to appropriately interact with patients demonstrating sensitivity, tact and respect; as well as setting and maintaining boundaries. Knowledge of theories of human behavior, personality development and psychological and physical cause of mental disorders. Knowledge of principles and techniques of group and individual therapy; understanding of principles and methods of intervention. Familiarity with Washington Administrative Code regulations and professional standards governing the treatment of mentally ill patients.

    Education, Experience, and Certification: Washington State License as a Registered Nurse. Two or more years experience in psychiatric nursing required and one year experience in an acute care setting preferred. One year experience as a supervisor preferred. Must meet the minimum qualification of a Mental Health Professional as per WAC 275.55. Current CPR.

    Physical Abilities: Patient care delivery involves lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, and stooping requiring upper and lower body strength. Lifting up to 50 lbs. may be required without assistance.

    Compensation: Starts at $25.77 per hour, plus shift differentials

    Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.

    To Apply: jobs@navos.org

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $25.77
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  • RN - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Position: Registered Nurse (RN) - Full-Time Evening Shift
    Location/Dept: West Seattle/Inpatient Hospital

    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: We are currently hiring for a Full-Time Registered Nurse (RN) Evening Shift (3pm to 11:30pm) for our inpatient services. Registered Nurses provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Responsible for managing the assigned nursing unit(s) on a shift basis to provide safe, efficient and quality patient care. Implement unit programs to meet specific patient care needs. Accountable for making assignments, overseeing completion and documentation of same; and/or providing follow-up of all nursing procedures and staff clinical assignments. Assist Nurse Manager in supervising unit staff by providing direct supervision with regard to attendance and shift assignments; completing annual performance evaluations; and providing input to Nurse Manager regarding hiring, termination, and disciplinary action. Educate staff regarding hospital policies and procedures and ensure compliance with same. Effectively communicate and interface with other departments.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Professional interest and commitment to working with the mentally ill and in the development of care systems for the mentally ill. Knowledge of Involuntary Treatment System. Must be able to work in an interdisciplinary setting, according respect to others based on knowledge and experience, as well as discipline. Tolerant of the stress of an acute psychiatric care setting. Demonstration of leadership traits, good organizational skills, strong clinical and assessment skills. Able to appropriately interact with patients demonstrating sensitivity, tact and respect; as well as setting and maintaining boundaries. Knowledge of theories of human behavior, personality development and psychological and physical cause of mental disorders. Knowledge of principles and techniques of group and individual therapy; understanding of principles and methods of intervention. Familiarity with Washington Administrative Code regulations and professional standards governing the treatment of mentally ill patients.
    Education, Experience, and Certification: Washington State License as a Registered Nurse. Two or more years experience in psychiatric nursing required and one year experience in an acute care setting preferred. One year experience as a supervisor preferred. Must meet the minimum qualification of a Mental Health Professional as per WAC 275.55. Current CPR.

    Physical Abilities: Patient care delivery involves lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, and stooping requiring upper and lower body strength. Lifting up to 50 lbs. may be required without assistance.

    Compensation: Starts at $24.77 per hour, plus shift differentials

    Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.

    To Apply:
    Please send your resume to jobs@navos.org.

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $24.77
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  • RN - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Position: RN 0.6 FTE Day Shift
    Location/Dept: West Seattle/Inpatient Hospital/RU313
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: We are currently hiring for a 0.6 FTE RN Day Shift for our inpatient services. Registered Nurses provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Responsible for managing the assigned nursing unit(s) on a shift basis to provide safe, efficient and quality patient care. Implement unit programs to meet specific patient care needs. Accountable for making assignments, overseeing completion and documentation of same; and/or providing follow-up of all nursing procedures and staff clinical assignments. Assist Nurse Manager in supervising unit staff by providing direct supervision with regard to attendance and shift assignments; completing annual performance evaluations; and providing input to Nurse Manager regarding hiring, termination, and disciplinary action. Educate staff regarding hospital policies and procedures and ensure compliance with same. Effectively communicate and interface with other departments.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Professional interest and commitment to working with the mentally ill and in the development of care systems for the mentally ill. Knowledge of Involuntary Treatment System. Must be able to work in an interdisciplinary setting, according respect to others based on knowledge and experience, as well as discipline. Tolerant of the stress of an acute psychiatric care setting. Demonstration of leadership traits, good organizational skills, strong clinical and assessment skills. Able to appropriately interact with patients demonstrating sensitivity, tact and respect; as well as setting and maintaining boundaries. Knowledge of theories of human behavior, personality development and psychological and physical cause of mental disorders. Knowledge of principles and techniques of group and individual therapy; understanding of principles and methods of intervention. Familiarity with Washington Administrative Code regulations and professional standards governing the treatment of mentally ill patients.

    Education, Experience, and Certification: Washington State License as a Registered Nurse. Two or more years experience in psychiatric nursing required and one year experience in an acute care setting preferred. One year experience as a supervisor preferred. Must meet the minimum qualification of a Mental Health Professional as per WAC 275.55. Current CPR.

    Physical Abilities: Patient care delivery involves lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, and stooping requiring upper and lower body strength. Lifting up to 50 lbs. may be required without assistance..

    To Apply: Please send your resume to jobs@navos.org.

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • RN and LPN On-Call position - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Position: Registered Nurse (RN) and Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - On-call Location/Dept: West Seattle/Inpatient Hospital

    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: We are currently seeking On Call/Relief RN’s and LPN’s for our inpatient services. Registered Nurses provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Responsible for managing the assigned nursing unit(s) on a shift basis to provide safe, efficient and quality patient care. Implement unit programs to meet specific patient care needs. Accountable for making assignments, overseeing completion and documentation of same; and/or providing follow-up of all nursing procedures and staff clinical assignments. Assist Nurse Manager in supervising unit staff by providing direct supervision with regard to attendance and shift assignments; completing annual performance evaluations; and providing input to Nurse Manager regarding hiring, termination, and disciplinary action. Educate staff regarding hospital policies and procedures and ensure compliance with same. Effectively communicate and interface with other departments. LPN’s will be assisting the Registered Nurse to provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Professional interest and commitment to working with the mentally ill and in the development of care systems for the mentally ill. Knowledge of Involuntary Treatment System. Must be able to work in an interdisciplinary setting, according respect to others based on knowledge and experience, as well as discipline. Tolerant of the stress of an acute psychiatric care setting. Demonstration of leadership traits, good organizational skills, strong clinical and assessment skills. Able to appropriately interact with patients demonstrating sensitivity, tact and respect; as well as setting and maintaining boundaries. Knowledge of theories of human behavior, personality development and psychological and physical cause of mental disorders. Knowledge of principles and techniques of group and individual therapy; understanding of principles and methods of intervention. Familiarity with Washington Administrative Code regulations and professional standards governing the treatment of mentally ill patients.
    Education, Experience, and Certification: Washington State License as a Registered Nurse or LPN. One or more years experience in psychiatric nursing preferred, we are accepting new graduates. Must meet the minimum qualification of a Mental Health Professional as per WAC 275.55. Current CPR.
    Physical Abilities: Patient care delivery involves lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, and stooping requiring upper and lower body strength. Lifting up to 50 lbs. may be required without assistance.

    Compensation: DOE

    Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.

    To Apply:
    Please send your resume to jobs@navos.org

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • RN or LPN on-call/Relief - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Position: Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - On-call/Relief Location/Dept: Lake Burien Campus

    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: Join our team of great nurses and help make a difference for teens as a relief Registered Nurse (RN) at our Lake Burien campus. Dedication and willingness to learn are essential. Work as part of a multidisciplinary team treating youth with emotional & behavioral disorders in a therapeutic residential setting. Provide nursing services to adolescent clients' ages 12-17 and provide support to clients ages 7-12 as needed. Nurses work 12-hour shifts. Home-like facility on a beautiful lakefront setting with free parking for staff and visitors. Program includes an on-site school, therapy and a variety of recreational activities for youth.

    Competitive wages, flexibility and availability on hours and scheduled shifts a must. Available shifts may vary from a few shifts a month to potentially full time opportunities during certain weeks. We offer a generous shift differential. Must be able to attend trainings held during the day M-F when you start.

    Requirements:
    New RN graduates are encouraged to apply. One year nursing experience working with youth with mental health issues, developmental disabilities or behavior challenges is preferred. Other related experience may be acceptable. Effective written and verbal communication skills necessary.
    Possess the knowledge, values, attitude and skills to create a trauma-informed, safe, trusting healing environment that respects the perspectives and experiences of the individuals, families, staff and communities we serve with safety and healing.

    Compensation: DOE

    Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.

    To Apply:
    Please send your resume to jobs@navos.org

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Youth Residential Counselors - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Position: Youth Residential Counselors - Full-Time, Part-Time, Day, Evening, and Overnight Shifts
    Location/Dept: Burien/CLIP and BRS

    Navos Mission: Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: Provide direct care and supervision for children and youth with emotional & behavioral challenges in a therapeutic residential treatment environment. Successful candidates will possess an understanding of trauma-informed as well as family-centered care and have experience working with children and youth with complex needs. This position works in a milieu setting using the engagement model of care.
    Teaming with other staff, our counselors support clients to meet treatment and behavioral goals by implementing plans that teach clients emotional regulation skills, social skills, collaborative problem solving skills, and independent living skills.
    We have openings for Full Time Active (CLIP) and Full Time Awake Overnight (BRS and CLIP), Part Time and on-call Youth Residential Counselor positions for our Behavioral Rehabilitation Services program (BRS) and Children’s Long-term Inpatient Program (CLIP). Residential Counselors will work with all youth based on the needs of the milieu, population/schedule preference and availability. On-call and part time positions have potential to become full time.
    BRS currently serves youth ages 6-14 years of age and will expand within the next six months to serve youth from 6-17 years of age.BRS is a temporary support and treatment program for youth with high needs.
    CLIP serves youth ages 12-17 in an intensive inpatient mental health treatment program provided in a secure setting. CLIP is a treatment program for youth who present a risk to themselves or others or are gravely disabled due to mental health conditions.
    All Full Time Youth Residential Counselors working Active shifts (day/swing) are required to work both Saturdays and Sundays. Scheduled shifts may fluctuate between day or swing dependent on the needs of the milieu and the availability of staff.
    Must be 21 by hire date, per our contracts.
    Must have some flexibility to attend trainings that may be offered on weekdays and/or weekends.
    Must be able to attend a one-time Human Resources Orientation on a Monday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

    Requirements: Applicants must possess a Bachelor Degree in Behavior Sciences (preferred) or High School Diploma or equivalent. One year experience working with children/youth preferred, if only have a high school degree it is required. Must possess or be able to obtain a valid WA State Driver’s License, Current First Aid and CPR certification and WA State Food Handlers Permit. Applicants must also demonstrate effective communication, conflict resolution, problem-solving skills, writing skills, and be able to work without supervision.
    Bilingual/Spanish/ASL candidates desired.
    Washington State agency affiliated counselor registration may be required for some positions after you accept a position.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Possess the knowledge, values, attitude and skills to create a trauma-informed, safe, trusting healing environment that respects the perspectives and experiences of the individuals, families, staff and communities we serve with safety and healing.

    Physical Abilities: Ability to perform a range of physical motions including but not limited to: Lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs; standing, walking, sitting for long periods of time; kneeling, squatting, and stooping; running for brief periods of time; and go up and down stairs.

    Compensation: $15.04-$17.04/hr including differential

    Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.

    To Apply: Please submit a Cover Letter, Resume and References for considerations. Navos will contact those most qualified for the position. Submissions without a cover letter and resume will not be considered.

    Please send documents to jobs@navos.org.

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Josh Wallace MPA Recruiter joshua.wallace@navos.org t: (206) 933-7007 c: (206) 412-2393 f: (206) 933-7005 2600 Southwest Holden Street Seattle, Washington 98126
    Hours:
    All
    Contact:
    Joshua
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $15.04-$17
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  • Industrial Technology
  • Store Level Systems Technician - The Markets, LLC
    Employer:
    The Markets, LLC
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Under the general direction of the Information Technology Director, the Store Level Systems Technician will provide Store support for all phases of store level systems including installation, repair and maintenance.

    RESPONSIBILITIES / ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    1. Support MS-Windows PC and thin clients 2. Support Virtual/Citrix Systems, Printing, User/Machine Profiles
    3. Perform IT systems or POS installs, upgrades, patches
    4. Provide user support for internal systems applications
    5. Provide maintenance and repair for POS systems, pin pads, scales, etc
    6. Provide support for store network systems
    7. Provide Telephone support for both Store and SSC workers.
    8. Provide PCI – DSS tasks (network scans, training)
    9. Participate in Weekend On-Call rotation.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. Comprehensive knowledge of PC's, printers, networks, networking devices.
    2. Cisco and Meraki experience a plus
    3. Virtualization Systems experience / knowledge
    4. PCI security compliance, monitoring, testing, reporting
    5. Experience in a PC technical support / helpdesk environment is a plus.
    6. Personal skills: organized, attentive to detail, personable, ethical, polite professional demeanor, self-starter, team player and enthusiastic.
    7. Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc...).
    8. Knowledge of desktop and notebook computer platforms.
    9. Must be able to communicate pleasantly with team members and be able to demonstrate, teach and/or communicate solutions.
    10. Computer service experience supporting and providing diagnostics is a plus.
    11. Experience with POS or retail back office systems software or hardware a plus.
    12. Knowledge of hardware and software trouble shooting skills.
    13. Knowledge of LAN/WAN protocols, cabling, installation and servicing.
    14. Knowledge of virus or malware detection software.
    15. Knowledge of / Familiarity with Linux (any level).
    This is a Full Time Position.
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    To Apply please email resume:clarkjordan@themarketsllc.com
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Advanced Manufacturing Positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Advanced Manufacturing:
    1. Lumber Mill Forklift Operator
    2. Welder
    3. CDL Driver
    4. Machine Operator
    5. Delivery Driver


    All Shifts Available
    Direct Hire and Evaluation Hire
    $12.00-$25.00+/hour

    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12-$25+
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  • Field Technician - Palermitano Solutions LLC
    Employer:
    Palermitano Solutions LLC
    We are a young AV integrator from Argentina that rapidly expanded to Chile and that has recently opened offices in California with Google´s support.
    We are currently building a young team of technicians that can help us with our installations while they earn a great work experience in Silicon Valley and great possibilities of landing a good long-term job. If necessary, as part of our job offer, we will be making housing arrangements for our employees. A brief job description can be seen below.

    We are looking for Field Technicians to perform Audio and Video Installations in corporate businesses (most of the times at Google Inc.)

    Job consists of multiple tasks. Some of them are specified below:

    1. Soldering and cable preparing (Audio, Video and RS232 Control Cables)
    2. Mounting TVs, Screens, Projectors, Projector Screens, Speakers, Cameras, Microphones, Lights.
    3.Taking measurements and going through the drawings.
    4. Pulling cables through conduits or ceiling trays.
    5. Cabling Racks

    Advantages to get the job:

    1. Electronic Technician school attended.
    2. Auto CAD Experience.
    3. Experience in AV.
    4. Predisposition to learn and work hard-Spanish speaker is a plus.


    Thank you for your time. We look forward to hearing from you.
    To Apply please email resume: florentino@palermitanosolutions.com
    Tel: +1 985 227 2952
    www.palermitanosolutions.com
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Florentino Molina
    Phone:
    1 985 227 2952
    City:
    Silicon Valley California
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • HVAC Technician - CPI Plumbing and Heating Inc.
    Employer:
    CPI Plumbing and Heating Inc.
    CPI Plumbing and Heating Inc. is looking for YOU!
    If you are a skilled HVAC Technician, Residential or Journeyman Plumber, and have a great attitude we want you on our team. We are a growing company with highly skilled people serving the Skagit Valley and surrounding communities. Our mission statement:
    “We are committed to creating a positive impact in the communities we serve, while providing a secure and satisfying workplace for our team members”.
    If this fits who you are we want to talk with you. We offer top pay with unlimited earning potential, weekly training to stay up on the latest advances in the industry and hone your skills, and excellent benefits.
    Please don’t hesitate to contact us @ 360-428-5636 or visit our office @ 1900 Railroad Ave in Mount Vernon, WA 98273. Ask for Steve or Oly. We look forward to hearing from you and having you on our team!
    Pay is Dependant on Experience.
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Steve or Oly
    Phone:
    360-428-5636
    Address:
    1900 Railroad Ave
    City:
    Mt Vernon
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Instrument Mechanic - US Oil and Refining
    Employer:
    US Oil and Refining
    Position:
    The Instrument Mechanic will be responsible for repair of instruments and analyzers throughout the refinery and may also be required to repair or assist other multi-craft mechanics in the routine maintenance of other refinery equipment.
    Skills, Knowledge & Abilities
    1. At least three (3) years experience and journeyman skill level in instrument troubleshooting and repair, including both pneumatic and electronic instruments in an industrial maintenance environment. In-depth experience with distributed digital control systems required.
    2. Experience in repair, calibration and troubleshooting of gas analyzers a plus.
    3. Experience and ability to demonstrate journeyman skill level in a second craft within six months of hiring.
    4. Ability and willingness to develop usable skill level in a third craft area prior to final qualification as “A” Mechanic.
    5. Ability to read and interpret blueprints, plans, circuit diagrams, and loop diagrams.
    6. High School diploma or equivalent. Tech school diploma highly desirable.
    7. Ability and willingness to do outside work in all weather with considerable climbing. Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds is required.
    8. Ability and willingness to do work in confined spaces when required.
    9. Willingness to do rotation shift work and a fair share of overtime when it occurs.
    10. Willingness to do marine vessel mooring activities including deployment of boom, mooring lines and connect/disconnect of loading hoses.
    Wages & General Employment Conditions
    1. U.S. Oil is a USW Union plant.
    2. Wage rates: Assistant Mechanic $34.50
    B-Mechanic $35.25
    A-Mechanic (Multicraft) $37.85 (upon demonstration of 2nd Journeyman Level skill and usable skill level in third craft area)
    3. Shift differential: Swing shift $ .75
    4. Graveyard $1.50
    5. Beards are not allowed by WISHA regulations, since the employee is trained in and may have to use fresh-air breathing gear.
    6. A pre-employment physical is required. This physical includes a drug test. There is also a random drug testing program for all Maintenance Department employees.
    7. The employee will be on probation for the first six months of employment. During this period, work performance is reviewed several times to be certain the employee is suitable for long-term employment as a mechanic in the Maintenance Department.
    Apply Online:http://usor.com/opps/application
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Tacoma
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $34.50 DOE
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  • Lab Tech-1 - BP
    Employer:
    BP
    Role synopsis:
    The Cherry Point Lab offers an exciting opportunity for Quality Assurance Lab Technicians. This position is responsible for instrumental and chemical analysis of refined petroleum products, intermediates, compressed gases, and waste water for product quality assurance, process optimization, and environmental compliance purposes.
    Key accountabilities
    1. Analysis of water and hydrocarbon samples in a safe, reliable and efficient manner through application of established procedures, operation of complex laboratory instrumentation, and strict adherence to safety standards. 2. Reporting of data to refinery stakeholders via established Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS).
    3. Records and maintains accurate records of analysis.
    4. Provides prompt and accurate testing of routine and non-routine samples using the required method/standard.
    5. Performs any required retesting and communicates off-specification product results to stakeholders
    6. Communicates accurately any unusual observations made during analysis of samples so as to assist in resolving internal non-conformances.
    7. Maintenance, calibration, troubleshooting, and minor repair of assigned laboratory instrumentation.
    8. Assists the laboratory chemists and supervisors in the development of new test procedures.
    9. Works well with team members and others to achieve product quality and production goals.
    10. Contributes effectively to the team, meeting both team and personal objectives as set.
    11. Understands and supports the day-to-day operational and the longer-term strategic goals of the refinery and quality assurance laboratory. 12. Must be motivated and accountable for achieving long term and day to day goals and tasks.
    13. Must be self-directed and exhibit a high level of initiative
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    Please email resume to:angela.harrison@bp.com
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Angela Harrison
    Phone:
    331-229-7532
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Maintenance Technician - Metrie
    Employer:
    Metrie
    Why join the Metrie Team?

    Since 1926, Metrie Canada has been a leading manufacturer and distributor of interior finishings. We are a family-owned and private company with multiple locations across North America, striving to inspire designers, architects and homeowners. Our dedication to creating high-quality, finely crafted architectural elements has helped us grow to become the largest supplier and manufacturer of solid wood and composite moulding in North America.

    We strive to be a talent-advantaged organization. As a member of the Metrie team, you'll see attainable goals that call upon your talents and skills. Metrie offers a great mix of total rewards for your contributions and exciting opportunities to collaborate with smart and passionate colleagues. Come join our team and help us continue our history of success!

    What will you be doing in the Maintenance Technician position?

    The Maintenance Technician is a member of the Ferndale Manufacturing team and is responsible for supporting the production of Metrie products through the maintenance of equipment and machinery utilized to produce quality products.
    1. Maintain preventative maintenance program for equipment and machines
    2. Conduct inspection of all mechanical equipment and tools located within the building and grounds as per regular maintenance checks and action where necessary
    3. Inspect tools and machines for cleaning deficiencies
    4. Fabricate and install engineered hazard controls (ie. Guards)
    5. Work and collaborate with General Production staff and Operators to proactively and creatively drive initiatives to reduce down time and fall time as well as improving knowledge and skills
    6. Update and maintain all necessary maintenance records, such as inspection reports, service requests, incident reports, turnover sheets, and maintenance/contractor files both in paper and on the computer
    7. Promote teamwork amongst the entire plant to keep operations efficient
    8. Read, understand, and follow all Safe Work Practices for machinery and equipment
    9. Understand company safety regulations and relevant occupational health and safety legislation
    10. Other ad hoc duties as required

    What background will make you successful?
    1. 2+ years of experience and knowledge in areas of tools and machine maintenance
    2. High School Diploma or equivalent
    3. Mechanical aptitude and dexterity in the use of related maintenance tools, equipment and instruments
    4. Understanding of production processes and lines in a factory environment
    5. Demonstrated problem solving and priority planning capabilities
    6. Effective communication with the General Production staff and ability to work with operators and management

    How to submit your interest?

    To apply for this exciting opportunity at Metrie, please submit your resume to Henry.Lai@metrie.com

    Metrie is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer.
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Henry
    City:
    Ferndale
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • RV Shop Assistant - Al's RV
    Employer:
    Al's RV
    RV Shop Assistant
    Job duties include:
    shop cleaning, pick-up and delivery of parts, building and lot maintenance, and general assistance of technician crew. This is an opportunity for the right person to start an on the job training for a career as an RV technician.
    Offering full time with $10-$14 per hour with possibility of growth. If an applicant possesses enough skill and experience, we are willing to start them as a technician immediately with a pay range of $14-$23 per hour.
    We work on 12v and 110v electrical systems, appliances,all structural items, routine maintenance on motors, generator repair and much more. There are too many items that we do work on to list.
    Medical, dental and paid time off available after 3 months and profit sharing available in the future.
    Our hours are Monday- Friday, 8am-4:30 pm.
    You can apply in person at 4163 Irongate Rd or by email with a resume at service@alsi5rv.com.
    This is a good opportunity to work for a local family owned business that has been successful for over 50 years.

    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Andy Jr
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-$14 +
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  • Semi-Skilled Manufacturing Positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Semi-Skilled Manufacturing:
    1. Janitors
    2. General Labor
    3. Packaging
    4. Assembly
    5. Banquet Server
    6. Lumber Puller

    All Shifts Available
    Evaluation Hire
    $10.00-$16.00+/hour

    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-16+/hr
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  • Survey Crew and Drafting Technician - A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    Employer:
    A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    We are looking for BTC students interested in either a summer F/T position or permanent F/T position. We are in Everett and service mostly Everett and Snohomish County projects. Students can email me directly with their resume and cover letter.

    Survey Crew – you’ll be working on a 2-man crew assisting the Party Chief in a wide assortment of survey practices including Boundaries, Topographic, A.L.T.A, Construction layout, Condominiums, Short Plats, Subdivisions, Boundary Line Adjustments. You’ll learn from licensed surveyors to start or continue your career.

    Drafting Technician – You’ll support field crews and licensed office personnel using Carlson Survey software (AutoCAD embedded) as you produce Topographic maps, Existing Conditions Site Plans, Easement Exhibits, Staking worksheets, Records of Surveys, A.L.T.A. Surveys and calculating layout alignments, centerlines, utilities, etc.

    We are a small, busy office that is a fun place to work with friendly people.
    Pay is dependant on experience

    Harley C. Pawley, P.L.S.
    Surveyor | Manager
    A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    (Alpha Subdivision Pro's, Inc.)
    4532-B Evergreen Way
    Everett, WA 98203
    Phone: 425-252-1884 | Fax 425-339-0269
    Web: www.alphasub.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Harley
    Address:
    4532-B Evergreen Way
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Welder/Service Tech - Excel Dairy Services Inc.
    Employer:
    Excel Dairy Services Inc.
    Looking for a stable industry to invest your talents? We are the 1st company to install Robotic Milking Equipment in the States of Washington and Oregon. Come join the Excel Dairy Service team. We have been in business for over 20 years and still growing strong. If you have the ability to tig. Arc, &/or migh weld, come see us. In addition t owelding, Service Technicians are able to use their talents or become proficient in Fabrication, Elcetrical, Pneumatics, Plumbing, and/or Refigeration installations, maintenance, and trouble shooting. We will train people willing & able to learn.
    Full time with benefits. Wages DOE.
    If this sound interesting to you…send your resume or questions via: email: ajohnson@exceldairy.com or in person or mail to: Excel Dairy Service Inc 2725 Old Hwy 99 S Mount Vernon WA 98273
    or Fax to: 360.848.1425 Attn: Aaron Johnson
    Hours:
    Hourly/FT
    Contact:
    Aaron Johnson
    Phone:
    3609411577
    City:
    Mount Vernon
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • IT Computers
  • Social Media Assistant - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Level & Employee Status: Part-time (20-24 hours per week)

    Starting Wage: Dependant on experience

    Job Summary:

    This position plays an active role in the development and maintenance of Cascade Connection’s online community and image. This role will assist in publishing and managing the agency newsletter, company fundraising promotions/marketing content, maintain all of the agency social media channels that include, but is not limited to, Facebook, and the potential to create, launch, and maintain accounts using other social media outlets. Using strong written and communication skills, be able to maintain agency public correspondence and publications. Must have a strong awareness of privacy policies and attention to detail.

    Qualifications:

    Required:

    2. Proficient with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
    3. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of WordPress administration and security
    4. Experience with SEO best practices, techniques, and keyword research
    5. Strong written communication skills

    Preferred
    1. Comfortable and familiar with PHP, JavaScript, and jQuery or willing to learn
    2. Experience with coding both responsive and mobile websites

    Responsibilities:

    1. Web management
    2. Editing and customizing WordPress plugins and themes
    3. Maintaining, updating, and monitoring hosted websites and managing site security
    4. Optimize websites to ensure they render consistently in cross-browser environments
    5. Monitor the company website’s SEO and overall web presence
    6. Maintain WordPress themes optimized for mobile and tablet devices
    7. Use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign for website, flyers, and other marketing materials
    8. Use Adobe Acrobat to create PDF forms for website download, employee applications, etc.
    9. Works across departments to ensure proper messaging is being executed online that will help reach the company objectives
    10. Supports and protects agency brand by making sure that positive messaging is maintained in community and establish consistency of messages
    11. Knows/understands different social media space and utilizes different consumer statistics to increase productivity of posts
    12. Has good analytical and networking skills

    Additional Requirements:

    1. Must pass a pre-employment drug test
    2. Must successfully pass a criminal background check
    3. DD Specialty training (Required of all employees)
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Transportation
  • Forklift Operators - Bellingham Cold Storage
    Employer:
    Bellingham Cold Storage
    Bellingham Cold Storage has several current openings for forklift operators. We do on-the-job training, and are very interested in attracting graduating students who are 18 YOA or older.
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Sheryl
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • General Labor - Vending and Fountain Equipment - Pepsi Beverages Company
    Employer:
    Pepsi Beverages Company
    The position will be posted to the Pepsi Beverages career site at: (http://www.pepsijobs.com)

    Position Location: Kent, WA
    Position Title: General Labor - Vending and Fountain Equipment (FT/Days) Job Description:
    Cleans and prepares vending equipment for refurbishment and rebuilding as needed. Position prepares equipment surfaces for repainting, resurfacing or application of new decals/facings. Requires work on vending machines that weigh approximately 800 -- 1200 pounds. Lifts are used, but may be required to push, pull and move equipment as well as kneel and/or squat to work on equipment. Forklift experience helpful as well as general knowledge of hand and power tools.
    PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
    1. Perform various physical duties as assigned, including but not limited to sorting, stacking, cleaning, minor repair, and/or maintenance tasks
    2. Collect accurate and complete equipment information
    3. Remove old parts
    4. Complete paperwork on job and maintain accurate maintenance records
    5. Maintain all safety standards
    6. Regular, reliable, predictable attendance
    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. 18 years or older; 21 years or older if CDL Required
    2. Pass the drug test
    3. Pass DOT physical and DOT Road Test (if applicable)
    4. Pass the background checks
    5. Valid CDL license (if required)
    6. Follow DOT Regulations
    Type of Position: Full-time
    Driving Requirement: No Driver Licensing Requirement
    Shift: Days
    Starting Pay: $16.24 - $18.74 per hour
    For immediate consideration, please go to www.pepsijobs.com
    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
    PepsiCo is an equal opportunity employer.
    Minorities/Females/Disability/Protected Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
    Pepsi Beverages Company www.pepsijobs.com Tell a Friend!
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Kent
    Zip:
    98057
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    16.24-18.7
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  • On Campus

    Business and Office
  • Admissions Recruiter - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    SALARY:
    $3,777.00 Monthly
    OPENING DATE:
    04/13/16
    PRIORITY CLOSING DATE:
    05/02/16 05:00 PM
    DESCRIPTION:
    Bellingham Technical College invites applications for the following professional exempt Admissions Recruiter position. This is a full-time, year-round position, overtime exempt from FLSA, is not represented by a union, and is at-will. Assignment may include evening and split schedules. Travel is required. Under general direction of the Director of Admissions, provide support for the delivery of traditional and non-traditional student recruitment and outreach services, including campus and community events, dual enrollment program advising, and student ambassador and call center program supervision. This position co-coordinates the development of recruitment initiatives and prospective student tracking and communications. The Recruiter will provide targeted outreach and retention and assists in coordination of all professional technical degree and certificate program admission procedures and services.
    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Support the enrollment efforts of the college by coordinating the recruitment and retention of high school students, non-traditional students, international students, and underrepresented populations;
    2. Attend college, career and community fairs and other outreach events as a BTC representative;
    3. Assist with campus events including Energy Industry Career Night, Women in Manufacturing Night, Tour Day, High School Counselor Day, College Bound Day, Try-A-Trade, Running Start Information session, Pass to Class arrangements, middle school visits, campus tours, industry tours, and other events;
    4. Assist in facilitating new student workshops including New Student Orientation;
    5. As a primary point of contact, facilitate the recruitment and enrollment of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing students, and other STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) fields, through wrap-around outreach and advising support services;
    6. Work closely with high school counselors and faculty to enhance communication and recruitment activities, and promote access for high school students;
    7. Coordinate and monitor call campaigns, draft scripts, produce a calendar of scheduled campaigns and maintain reports;
    8. Utilize the Customer Relations Management (CRM) system using a mix of personalization and multi-channel communication options including email, SMS text, VIP pages (customized student portals), chat, social media, and event management;
    9. Establish and/or maintain computerized record keeping and coordinate a communications schedule and tracking activities to provide follow-up for prospective students;
    10. Assist in the development and timely delivery of forms, reports, and correspondence for prospects and inquiries;
    11. Participate in targeting marketing campaigns and lead generation activities; 12. Work cooperatively with partner agencies, institutions, and businesses, including Workforce Development Council, Employment Security Department, and program Advisory Board members, to recruit students, facilitate student referral and enrollment, and develop processes to facilitate communication and student success;
    13. Maintain and publish an event calendar and provide clear communication to those involved with the event and those being invited; report weekly and monthly on outreach efforts;
    14. Function as a member of the enrollment management team;
    15. Work closely with Financial Aid, Advising, Instruction, and Registration to ensure ease of access to BTC;
    16. Monitor and track outreach expenditures;
    17. Perform other duties as assigned.
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge:
    1. Knowledge of college policies and procedures;
    2. Knowledge of curriculum program offerings at the college;
    3. Knowledge of marketing and sales techniques.
    Skills:
    1. Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills; leadership skills;
    2. Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft Windows environment; database management and recordkeeping skills;
    3. Effective oral and written communication skills;
    4. Skill in working effectively in a team environment with a customer service focus;
    5. Excellent organizational skills;
    6. Event coordination and planning;
    7. Strong project management skills.
    Ability to:
    1. Work independently with minimal supervision;
    2. Maintain confidential information;
    3. Travel for recruitment events such as career fairs;
    4. Maintain a flexible work schedule;
    5. Work with various departments and foster teamwork;
    6. Work with individuals of varied ethnicity, ages, backgrounds, and abilities in an inclusive and participatory manner;
    7. Facilitate and conduct workshops, seminars and presentations;
    8. Gather and analyze information;
    9. Identify and resolve problems in a timely manner.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Required Qualifications:
    1. Bachelor's Degree, AND minimum of two years of experience in working with high school students or adults in higher education or social service delivery setting OR equivalent combination of education and experience;
    2. Experience in facilitating or teaching workshops, seminars and/or presentations;
    3. Event coordination experience;
    4. Intermediate experience using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, database entry and management, or comparable programs to develop presentations, promotional materials, reports, and correspondence;
    5. Valid Driver's license.
    Preferred Qualifications:
    1. At least two years of experience in providing coordination of events or in student recruitment;
    2. Experience in sales or marketing;
    3. Experience working with diverse populations;
    4. Experience in developing and maintaining collaborative high school and community agency relationships;
    5. Proven ability to effectively collaborate with internal and external colleagues;
    6. Experience in professional/technical student advising/career guidance/financial aid/educational planning and/or admissions in a technical/community or other college setting;
    7. Experience in developing presentations, brochures/flyers and program/college marketing materials and development and utilization of social media for recruitment.
    Physical Work Environment: Typical office environment; infrequently lifting and carrying items up to 10 lbs.; infrequently twisting or bending at the waist or reaching overhead; frequently traveling between buildings on campus, to other campuses and high schools in Whatcom County; frequently listening to and talking with students, faculty and other staff members either in person or by telephone; frequently sitting at a desk or workstation using a computer display, keyboard, and mouse.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    Compensation and Work Schedule: Full-time salary is $3,777 per month.
    Positions also receive generous sick, personal and vacation leave accruals, paid state holidays, and a generous Washington State insurance and retirement benefits package. Work schedule is generally Monday through Friday, about 40 hours per week, however, schedule may vary including split, weekend and evening assignments. Travel is required. Application Procedures and Deadline:
    Required application materials must be completed and submitted online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm and received by 5 p.m. on May 2, 2016 for priority consideration. Application materials received after this date and time may be considered until the position is filled. More information about Bellingham Technical College is at www.btc.edu or call the Human Resources Office at (360) 752-8354. You will be contacted if selected for an interview. Required Online Application Materials:
    1. Completed Online BTC Employment Application & Online Supplemental Questions;
    2. Attached Resume (Prefer Word or PDF file);
    3. Official transcripts will be required upon hire, but are not required as part of the applications process.
    Examination Requirements: All applicants are required to complete the Online Supplemental Questions, which will be scored.
    Microsoft Office Software and/or other examinations may be administered for finalists.
    Interviews are anticipated to be held May 23 - 25.
    The application package and all materials submitted with it become the property of the college and will not be returned or considered for additional or future openings.
    Mission: Bellingham Technical College provides student-centered, high-quality professional technical education for today's needs and tomorrow's opportunities. Employment Eligibility Verification: Bellingham Technical College employs only United States citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the Department of Homeland Security.
    Non Discrimination/Equal Opportunity: Bellingham Technical College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All Inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievance procedures should be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225; (360) 752-8354; email (hr@btc.edu).
    Disability Accommodations: Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm 3028 Lindbergh Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225 (360) 752-8354
    jobs@btc.edu
    Position #2016-00013 ADMISSIONS RECRUITER TW
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/11/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
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  • Education and Human Services
  • Admissions Recruiter - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    SALARY:
    $3,777.00 Monthly
    OPENING DATE:
    04/13/16
    PRIORITY CLOSING DATE:
    05/02/16 05:00 PM
    DESCRIPTION:
    Bellingham Technical College invites applications for the following professional exempt Admissions Recruiter position. This is a full-time, year-round position, overtime exempt from FLSA, is not represented by a union, and is at-will. Assignment may include evening and split schedules. Travel is required. Under general direction of the Director of Admissions, provide support for the delivery of traditional and non-traditional student recruitment and outreach services, including campus and community events, dual enrollment program advising, and student ambassador and call center program supervision. This position co-coordinates the development of recruitment initiatives and prospective student tracking and communications. The Recruiter will provide targeted outreach and retention and assists in coordination of all professional technical degree and certificate program admission procedures and services.
    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Support the enrollment efforts of the college by coordinating the recruitment and retention of high school students, non-traditional students, international students, and underrepresented populations;
    2. Attend college, career and community fairs and other outreach events as a BTC representative;
    3. Assist with campus events including Energy Industry Career Night, Women in Manufacturing Night, Tour Day, High School Counselor Day, College Bound Day, Try-A-Trade, Running Start Information session, Pass to Class arrangements, middle school visits, campus tours, industry tours, and other events;
    4. Assist in facilitating new student workshops including New Student Orientation;
    5. As a primary point of contact, facilitate the recruitment and enrollment of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing students, and other STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) fields, through wrap-around outreach and advising support services;
    6. Work closely with high school counselors and faculty to enhance communication and recruitment activities, and promote access for high school students;
    7. Coordinate and monitor call campaigns, draft scripts, produce a calendar of scheduled campaigns and maintain reports;
    8. Utilize the Customer Relations Management (CRM) system using a mix of personalization and multi-channel communication options including email, SMS text, VIP pages (customized student portals), chat, social media, and event management;
    9. Establish and/or maintain computerized record keeping and coordinate a communications schedule and tracking activities to provide follow-up for prospective students;
    10. Assist in the development and timely delivery of forms, reports, and correspondence for prospects and inquiries;
    11. Participate in targeting marketing campaigns and lead generation activities; 12. Work cooperatively with partner agencies, institutions, and businesses, including Workforce Development Council, Employment Security Department, and program Advisory Board members, to recruit students, facilitate student referral and enrollment, and develop processes to facilitate communication and student success;
    13. Maintain and publish an event calendar and provide clear communication to those involved with the event and those being invited; report weekly and monthly on outreach efforts;
    14. Function as a member of the enrollment management team;
    15. Work closely with Financial Aid, Advising, Instruction, and Registration to ensure ease of access to BTC;
    16. Monitor and track outreach expenditures;
    17. Perform other duties as assigned.
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge:
    1. Knowledge of college policies and procedures;
    2. Knowledge of curriculum program offerings at the college;
    3. Knowledge of marketing and sales techniques.
    Skills:
    1. Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills; leadership skills;
    2. Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft Windows environment; database management and recordkeeping skills;
    3. Effective oral and written communication skills;
    4. Skill in working effectively in a team environment with a customer service focus;
    5. Excellent organizational skills;
    6. Event coordination and planning;
    7. Strong project management skills.
    Ability to:
    1. Work independently with minimal supervision;
    2. Maintain confidential information;
    3. Travel for recruitment events such as career fairs;
    4. Maintain a flexible work schedule;
    5. Work with various departments and foster teamwork;
    6. Work with individuals of varied ethnicity, ages, backgrounds, and abilities in an inclusive and participatory manner;
    7. Facilitate and conduct workshops, seminars and presentations;
    8. Gather and analyze information;
    9. Identify and resolve problems in a timely manner.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Required Qualifications:
    1. Bachelor's Degree, AND minimum of two years of experience in working with high school students or adults in higher education or social service delivery setting OR equivalent combination of education and experience;
    2. Experience in facilitating or teaching workshops, seminars and/or presentations;
    3. Event coordination experience;
    4. Intermediate experience using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, database entry and management, or comparable programs to develop presentations, promotional materials, reports, and correspondence;
    5. Valid Driver's license.
    Preferred Qualifications:
    1. At least two years of experience in providing coordination of events or in student recruitment;
    2. Experience in sales or marketing;
    3. Experience working with diverse populations;
    4. Experience in developing and maintaining collaborative high school and community agency relationships;
    5. Proven ability to effectively collaborate with internal and external colleagues;
    6. Experience in professional/technical student advising/career guidance/financial aid/educational planning and/or admissions in a technical/community or other college setting;
    7. Experience in developing presentations, brochures/flyers and program/college marketing materials and development and utilization of social media for recruitment.
    Physical Work Environment: Typical office environment; infrequently lifting and carrying items up to 10 lbs.; infrequently twisting or bending at the waist or reaching overhead; frequently traveling between buildings on campus, to other campuses and high schools in Whatcom County; frequently listening to and talking with students, faculty and other staff members either in person or by telephone; frequently sitting at a desk or workstation using a computer display, keyboard, and mouse.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    Compensation and Work Schedule: Full-time salary is $3,777 per month.
    Positions also receive generous sick, personal and vacation leave accruals, paid state holidays, and a generous Washington State insurance and retirement benefits package. Work schedule is generally Monday through Friday, about 40 hours per week, however, schedule may vary including split, weekend and evening assignments. Travel is required. Application Procedures and Deadline:
    Required application materials must be completed and submitted online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm and received by 5 p.m. on May 2, 2016 for priority consideration. Application materials received after this date and time may be considered until the position is filled. More information about Bellingham Technical College is at www.btc.edu or call the Human Resources Office at (360) 752-8354. You will be contacted if selected for an interview. Required Online Application Materials:
    1. Completed Online BTC Employment Application & Online Supplemental Questions;
    2. Attached Resume (Prefer Word or PDF file);
    3. Official transcripts will be required upon hire, but are not required as part of the applications process.
    Examination Requirements: All applicants are required to complete the Online Supplemental Questions, which will be scored.
    Microsoft Office Software and/or other examinations may be administered for finalists.
    Interviews are anticipated to be held May 23 - 25.
    The application package and all materials submitted with it become the property of the college and will not be returned or considered for additional or future openings.
    Mission: Bellingham Technical College provides student-centered, high-quality professional technical education for today's needs and tomorrow's opportunities. Employment Eligibility Verification: Bellingham Technical College employs only United States citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the Department of Homeland Security.
    Non Discrimination/Equal Opportunity: Bellingham Technical College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All Inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievance procedures should be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225; (360) 752-8354; email (hr@btc.edu).
    Disability Accommodations: Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm 3028 Lindbergh Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225 (360) 752-8354
    jobs@btc.edu
    Position #2016-00013 ADMISSIONS RECRUITER TW
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/11/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
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  • English Teacher - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    OPENING DATE:
    05/06/16
    PRIORITY CONSIDERATION BY:
    05/31/16 05:00 PM
    DESCRIPTION:
    Bellingham Technical College invites applications for one full-time, tenure track position in English, to predominately teach English composition and technical writing courses. The position reports to the Associate Dean and is anticipated to begin in September 2016. The successful candidate will be expected to establish a successful and supportive learning environment for a diverse college student population with a wide-range of backgrounds and experiences. The teaching schedule will vary based on student and college needs and is expected to include instructional strategies that use in-person, simulation, and online techniques. Instruction will include practical projects for students. Instructors are responsible to plan, teach, and manage student learning in all assigned portions of the program according to approved course study, state guidelines, program accreditation standards, and advisory committee recommendations. This instructor needs strong positive interpersonal skills, the ability to work closely with other instructors and good computer and internet skills.
    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Teach developmental through upper division college level English composition and related courses to professional/technical, transfer students and baccalaureate students;
    2. Provide instruction using multiple modalities, to include: face-to-face, online, hybrid and other approved delivery methods;
    3. Commitment to continuous improvement in instructional delivery methods and assessment;
    4. Participate in the development and/or revision of curriculum;
    5. Perform annual evaluations on student success and course effectiveness and employ continuous improvement for all courses taught;
    6. Integrate English instruction for various professional/technical programs;
    7. Monitor and document student performance;
    8. Utilize campus resources to facilitate student success;
    9. Participate in professional development activities;
    10. Coach and mentor adjunct faculty;
    11. Serve on campus-wide committees;
    12. Participate in campus events;
    13. Apply Universal Design for Learning principles to teaching methodology;
    14. Instruct courses in related disciplines based upon individual qualifications and expertise;
    15. Participate in year-end reporting and other data analysis activities;
    16. Participate in student recruitment activities;
    17. Attend all faculty, division, and department meetings; hold office hours;
    18. Commitment to modifying instructional methods to achieve maximum student success;
    19. Adhere and ensure compliance with applicable safety laws;
    20. Demonstrate a strong commitment to Bellingham Technical College's Mission;
    21. Commitment to participate fully in college governance, committees, and campus-wide initiatives for improving student success and achievement;
    22. Perform other program responsibilities as required and assigned.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Minimum:
    1. Master of Arts degree in English with an emphasis in composition; or a Master of Fine Arts with an emphasis in English composition, from a regionally accredited institution;
    2. One year recent full-time teaching experience (or equivalent experience as an adjunct) teaching English in a high school or a post-secondary regionally accredited institution;
    3. Experience in the use of technology in teaching;
    4. Experience in developing coursework in a learning management system (e.g. Canvas, Blackboard, Moodle, etc.);
    5. Excellent written and oral communication skills;
    6. Demonstrated ability to work well with students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
    Preferred:
    1. More than one year of teaching experience;
    2. Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the post-secondary level;
    3. Experience teaching online and/or hybrid courses;
    4. Experience with inter-departmental collaboration;
    5. Experience designing, developing, implementing and assessing curriculum and student learning.
    KNOWLEDGE, SILLS & ABILITIES:
    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: The knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below represent the characteristics and performance expectations of the position. Applicants do not necessarily need to enter the position with all of these knowledge, skills, and abilities. Knowledge:
    1. Knowledge and understanding of area of specialty;
    2. Knowledge of current educational teaching methods and strategies;
    3. Knowledge of institutional accreditation, planning, and continuous quality improvement;
    4. Knowledge, understanding, support, and commitment of the Bellingham Technical College Mission.
    Skills:
    1. Strong classroom management skills;
    2. Strong computer software skills, including MS Office Suite and learning management systems;
    3. Effective skill in communications and human relations with populations having diverse socio-economic and racial backgrounds an persons with physical and/or learning disabilities;
    4. Excellent oral and written communication skills;
    5. Excellent interpersonal skills
    6. Excellent collaborative skills;
    7. Creativity and presentation skills;
    8. Excellent organizational skills;
    9. Time management skills;
    10. Participate in professional development activities to remain current in program field and skills.
    Ability to:
    1. Organize and present various curriculum concepts to a wide range of students with varying backgrounds and abilities and adjust teaching techniques accordingly;
    2. Assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems, and exercise independent judgment when making decisions;
    3. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators and other contacts;
    4. Possess strong human relations skills and the ability to effectively relate to diverse personalities;
    5. Work effectively with colleagues in an environment that promotes innovation, teaching, learning and service to a diverse student population;
    6. Demonstrate and model professional work standards: conduct, work ethics, positive interpersonal skills, problem solving, teamwork within the college and department;
    7. Work effectively in a participatory governance environment;
    8. Develop curriculum, including curriculum delivered via different instructional modalities;
    9. Participate in recruitment and articulation activities with local schools, colleges, and universities;
    10. Maintain subject matter currency;
    11. Develop Student Learning Outcomes and to determine their effectiveness in helping students achieve their desired learning outcomes;
    12. Utilize technology in the delivery of instruction and willingness to explore new technologies for instruction and learning;
    13. Effectively work with students from diverse backgrounds who have a wide range of skills, motivations, preparation, and academic and career goals;
    14. Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the community at-large;
    15. Work closely with Accessibility Resources for students with accommodation needs;
    16. Obtain and maintain First Aid and CPR certification.
    Working Environment & Physical Abilities: Indoor, office environment; Hearing and speaking to exchange information; Vision sufficient to read various materials; Dexterity of hands and fingers to perform the tasks required of the position; Regularly stand, walk, and sit for extended periods of time; Bending at waist, kneeling, or crouching; Reaching overhead, above the shoulders, and horizontally; Lifting and carrying objects up to 20 lbs.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    Salary Statement: Salary range is typically $40,665 to $56,291, for an applicant with minimal levels of teaching and education experience and is based on a typical teaching schedule of 10 months, September through June, 187.5 days. High end of range is $63,707 for those with previous related teaching experience and advanced educational degrees. Final placement is determined according to the current negotiated working agreement and based on an evaluation of work and/or teaching experience. Additional optional compensation may be paid above the 187.5 day contract rate subject to terms of the collective bargaining agreement such as eligibility for an annual $2,163 stipend and extra optional days. This position is also eligible for a generous Washington State insurance and retirement benefits package. Condition of Employment: This position is represented by the Bellingham Educational Association (BEA). BEA membership or payment of equivalent representation fee is required. Application Procedures and Deadline: Required application materials must be submitted on-line at
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm and received by 5 p.m. on May 31, 2016, for priority consideration. Application materials received after this may be considered until the position is filled. More information about Bellingham Technical College is at www.btc.edu or contact the Human Resources office at 360 752-8354. Required Online Application Materials (prefer attachments in Word or PDF file):
    1. BTC Online Employment Application including Supplemental Questions;
    2. Attach cover letter to Human Resources that a) specifically addresses how your education and experience relates to the qualifications for this position and b) briefly details how you meet the duties and responsibilities listed;
    3. Attach current resume or Vitae;
    4. Attach unofficial copy of all transcripts uploaded with online application (official transcripts will be required upon hire.) Please remove any confidential information (i.e. birthdate, SS#) prior to attaching.
    Interviews are anticipated to be held in mid to late June, 2016.
    The application package and all materials submitted with it become the property of the college and will not be returned or considered for additional or future openings.
    Mission: Bellingham Technical College provides student-centered, high-quality professional technical education for today's needs and tomorrow's opportunities. Employment Eligibility Verification: Bellingham Technical College employs only United States citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the Department of Homeland Security.
    Non Discrimination/Equal Opportunity: Bellingham Technical College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All Inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievance procedures should be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225; (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    Disability Accommodations: Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm 3028 Lindbergh Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225 360 752-8354 jobs@btc.edu
    Position #2016-00016 FACULTY-FT ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Phone:
    360-752-8354
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/11/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
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  • Fisheries Instructor/Coordinator - Tenure Track - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    PRIORITY CONSIDERATION BY:
    05/27/16 05:00 PM
    DESCRIPTION:
    Bellingham Technical College invites applications for one full-time, tenure track position in the Fisheries and Aquaculture Sciences program. The position reports to the Dean of Professional Technical Education and is anticipated to begin in September, 2016. The position is split 70/30 between program instruction and coordination. The position follows the academic calendar. Evening and online instruction will be required elements of the position. Some weekend work may also be required. A supplemental contract for additional days in the summer may be issued. This position may also be on-call during off-hours for hatchery related business and emergencies. The Fisheries & Aquaculture Sciences program prepares students for employment in a variety of fisheries occupations with emphasis on fish culture and aquaculture. Teaching content includes such subjects as: Water Qualify, Salmonid Biology, Fish and Shellfish Biology; Aquaculture Techniques, Hatchery Operations, Spawning Techniques, Habitat Restoration Techniques, Fisheries Management, and the Ecology of Rivers, Lakes and Streams. This position will also interface with Western Washington University (WWU) and Northwest Indian College (NWIC) for students desiring a transfer degree program to both aforementioned institutions. The program operates in partnership with several regional and statewide industries and agencies. This program operates the Whatcom Creek Hatchery at the Maritime Heritage Park in Bellingham, the Bellingham Hatchery at Whatcom Falls Park, and during certain times of the year, also assists with spawning at the Samish Hatchery in Burlington, WA. Additional administrative and coordination duties involve attendance at meetings, completing and sending reports to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife regarding fish and egg counts by type, working and scheduling with various vendors for egg and fish carcass removal. The successful candidate will be expected to establish a successful and supportive learning environment for a diverse college student population with a wide-range of backgrounds and experiences. The teaching schedule will vary based on student and college needs and is expected to include instructional strategies that use in-person, simulation, blended, online, and hands on techniques.
    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Plan, develop and teach Fisheries and Aquaculture coursework including didactic, lab and clinical instruction that are part of the Fisheries two-year
    Associate of Applied Science degree and/or Fisheries Resources certificate; 2. Work collaboratively with the Washington State Fish and Wildlife department on all hatchery operations at the Bellingham hatchery and the Whatcom Creek hatchery;
    3. Work within College guidelines in purchasing supplies for the Fisheries and Aquaculture program and maintain the program budget;
    4. Work collaboratively as part of the Fisheries & Aquaculture department;
    5. Develop, update and revise curriculum and lesson plans; conduct classroom discussions, lectures and demonstrations;
    6. Apply necessary components of math, human relations, computer skills, and communications in the technical curriculum;
    7. Demonstrate and model professional work standards: conduct, work ethics, positive interpersonal skills, problem solving, teamwork within the college and department;
    8. In addition, responsibilities will include:
    1. Develop, plan, implement, and maintain the program budget;
    2. Advise students;
    3. Participate in program management;
    4. Participate in student recruitment activities;
    5. Monitor, supervise, evaluate and document student performance;
    6. Assist with student success and retention;
    7. Work with the program advisory committee; 8. Manage, maintain and requisition instructional records, supplies, materials, and equipment;
    9. Work with local, regional and national employers to facilitate job and internship opportunities;
    10. Participate in community outreach activities;
    11. Adhere and ensure compliance with applicable safety laws;
    12. Participate in program and campus events;
    13. Serve on campus-wide committees';
    14. Hold office hours;
    15. Demonstrate a strong commitment to Bellingham Technical College's Mission;
    16. Perform other program responsibilities as required.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Required Qualifications:
    1. Minimum three years' experience in hatchery management and operations;
    2. Ability to use the Internet, Word, Excel, Outlook, and other computerized instructional technology required of the program;
    3. Strong positive interpersonal skills;
    4. Strong oral and written communication skills;
    5. Ability to work closely with other instructors;
    6. Ability to work with diverse student populations;
    7. Valid driver's license to travel from site to site.
    New instructors must complete industrial first aid/CPR and maintain vocational certification as required by the Washington State Law and Bellingham Technical College rules. Preferred Qualifications:
    1. Bachelor's Degree or higher in marine biology, aquatic and fishery sciences, ocean sciences, or related field;
    2. Recent instructional experience in fisheries and hatchery operations or related fields;
    3. Supervisory and management experience;
    4. Experience in habitat restoration and aquatic ecology;
    5. Curriculum and course development experience;
    6. Proven experience working with state, federal, tribal, and private entities;
    7. Successful grant writing and management experience.
    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: The knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below represent the characteristics and performance expectations of the position. Applicants do not necessarily need to enter the position with all of these knowledge, skills, and abilities.
    Knowledge:
    1. Knowledge and understanding of area of specialty;
    2. Knowledge of current educational teaching methods and strategies;
    3. Knowledge of institutional accreditation, planning, and continuous quality improvement;
    4. Knowledge, understanding, support, and commitment of the Bellingham Technical College Mission.
    Skills:
    1. Strong classroom management skills;
    2. Effective skill in communications and human relations with populations having diverse socio-economic and racial backgrounds and persons with physical and/or learning disabilities;
    3. Excellent oral and written communication skills;

    5. Excellent collaborative skills;
    6. Creativity and presentation skills;
    7. Excellent organizational skills;
    8. Time management skills;
    9. Participate in professional development activities to remain current in program field and skills.
    Ability to:
    1. Ability to use of educational technology and alternative delivery methods to deliver high-quality instruction (i.e. online, hybrid, and accelerated course formats, course software such as Canvas, video, ITV, etc.);
    2. Ability to develop strong computer software skills, including MS Office Suite and learning management systems;
    3. Anticipate and adapt to the dynamically changing arena of post-secondary education, including the ability to perceive opportunity and assist the college in moving in new directions;
    4. Organize and effectively apply current and various curriculum concepts to a wide range of students with varying backgrounds and abilities and adjust teaching techniques accordingly;
    5. Assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems, and exercise independent judgment when making decisions;
    6. Develop and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators and other contacts;
    7. Work effectively with colleagues in an environment that promotes innovation, teaching, learning and service to a diverse student population;
    8. Work effectively in a participatory governance environment;
    9. Develop curriculum, including curriculum delivered via different instructional modalities;
    10. Participate in recruitment and articulation activities with local schools, colleges, and universities;
    11. Maintain subject matter currency;
    12. Develop Student Learning Outcomes and to determine their effectiveness in helping students achieve their desired learning outcomes;
    13. Utilize technology in the delivery of instruction and willingness to explore new technologies for instruction and learning;
    14. Work effectively with students, colleagues, staff and a community who represent a broad spectrum of ages, abilities, ethnicities, and educational, economic, and cultural backgrounds;
    15. Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the community at-large;
    16. Ability to work with business, industry, and other educational institutions, and government agencies to establish partnerships;
    17. Work closely with Accessibility Resources for students with accommodation needs;
    18. Maintain absolute confidentiality of student records;
    19. Obtain and maintain First Aid and CPR certification.
    Physical Work Environment:
    Requires being mobile and standing for long periods of time; Walking, stooping, bending and lifting; Manual dexterity; Repeated pushing, pulling and lifting of 50 or more pounds; Bending, twisting, crouching, kneeling, and squatting; Reaching below knees, knees to shoulders, above shoulder; Moving freely from one building to another; working on uneven surfaces; Work both indoors and outdoors, often in inclement weather conditions and extreme ambient temperatures (heat or cold); ability to work while standing in cold water wearing hip waders and rain gear; ability to swim; work from heights and utilize ladders and working at a computer.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    Salary Statement: Salary range is typically $43,142 to $56,291 for an applicant with minimal levels of teaching and education experience and is based on a typical teaching schedule of 10 months, September through June, 187.5 days. High end of range is $63,707 for those with previous related teaching experience and advanced educational degrees. Final placement is determined according to the current negotiated working agreement and based on an evaluation of work and/or teaching experience. Additional optional compensation may be paid above the 187.5 day contract rate subject to terms of the collective bargaining agreement such as eligibility for an annual $2,163 stipend and extra optional days. Additional summer contract and compensation paid for summer quarter when program is in session. This position is also eligible for a generous Washington State insurance and retirement benefits package. Condition of Employment: This position is represented by the Bellingham Educational Association (BEA). BEA membership or payment of equivalent representation fee is required.
    Application Procedures and Deadline:
    Required application materials must be submitted on-line at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm and received by 5 p.m. on May 27, 2016, for priority consideration. Application materials received after this may be considered until the position is filled. More information about Bellingham Technical College is at www.btc.edu or contact the Human Resources office at 360 752-8354. Required Online Application Materials: (Prefer Word or PDF file for required attachments)
    1. Completed BTC on-line Employment Application including supplemental questions;
    2. Attach current resume;
    3. Attach cover letter to Human Resources, addressing your interest in the position as well as qualifications as applied to the duties and responsibilities of this position;
    4. Official transcripts of any degrees listed will be required upon hire, but not as part of the application process.
    Interviews are tentatively scheduled to be held between June 13-15, 2016. The application package and all materials submitted with it become the property of the college and will not be returned or considered for additional or future openings.
    Mission: Bellingham Technical College provides student-centered, high-quality professional technical education for today's needs and tomorrow's opportunities. Employment Eligibility Verification: Bellingham Technical College employs only United States citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the Department of Homeland Security.
    Non Discrimination/Equal Opportunity: Bellingham Technical College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All Inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievance procedures should be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225; (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    Disability Accommodations: Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm 3028 Lindbergh Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225 360 752-8354 jobs@btc.edu
    Position #2016-00015 FISHERIES INSTRUCTOR/COORDINATOR - TENURE TRACK TW
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    HR
    Phone:
    360 752 8354
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
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  • Student Life Coordinator - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    SALARY:
    $3,863.00 Monthly
    OPENING DATE:
    04/12/16
    PRIORITY CLOSING DATE:
    04/26/16 05:00 PM
    DESCRIPTION:
    Bellingham Technical College invites applications for one full-time, exempt (non-represented) professional position as Student Life Coordinator. Position is anticipated to begin about June 1, 2016. This position is funded 100% from ASBTC (Associated Students) funds. It is exempt from FLSA and is at-will. This position reports to the Director of Advising & Career Services providing support and coordination to enhance the growth and development of all students by providing social, cultural, recreational and educational opportunities for all student to engage with the campus and the local community.
    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Serve as the advisor to the Associated Students of Bellingham Technical College (ASBTC) Student Government;
    2. Works with student leaders, staff and faculty to plan, organize, supervise, and evaluate student efforts for campus clubs and organizations; promotes the creation and development of new campus clubs and organizations; maintains appropriate contact with all clubs and organizations, including club advisors;
    3. Coordinates, designs and implements various workshops and seminars on leadership training and development and team building activities;
    4. Promotes, organizes, and coordinates campus special events such as the ASBTC Year-end BBQ;
    5. Coordinates, prepares and disseminates publications related to student clubs, student activities and student services to students, staff and the community;
    6. Oversees maintenance of accurate records of all Student Activities events and Associated Student activities (including event proposals, budgets, contacts, contracts, media/publicity, and evaluations;
    7. Monitors the ASBTC budget to ensure fiscal accountability; manages facilities and equipment assigned to Student Life;
    8. Works with and supervises the executive council for the ASBTC on development of agenda items, special initiatives, provides guidance for goal setting and execution;
    9. Prepares reports as required in relation to Student Life and organizational activities, events, programs, budgets, and accomplishments;
    10. Coordinates travel arrangements for student related travel in accordance with College policies and procedures;
    11. Communicates with current and potential students about events and/or student life opportunities at BTC;
    12. Assists with the graduation ceremony, as required;
    13. Serves as a liaison between students and Director of Advising and Career Services;
    14. Maintains confidentiality of information exposed to in the course of business regarding students, supervisors and other employees;
    15. Assist in developing and implementing policies and procedures regarding student organizations, student travel, and general student programs;
    16. Provide planning and coordination of logistics for BTC on-campus and off-campus student related events and activities;
    17. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with other departments on campus including Student Services departments, Instruction, faculty, and grant programs, as well as community resources, vendors and non-profit agencies in the course of Student Life activities;
    18. Assist with campus wide retention efforts to achieve student success and completion;
    19. Utilize computerized student and program tracking systems;
    20. Assess programs and services for usage and effectiveness;
    21. Plans, prioritizes, assigns, supervises and reviews work of assigned part-time students;
    22. Attend meetings on and off campus, as scheduled;
    23. Perform other duties as assigned.
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: Knowledge:
    1. Knowledge of effective methods to organize and implement student activities and events;
    2. Knowledge of leadership development;
    3. Knowledge of college policies and procedures.
    Skills:
    1. Excellent interpersonal, coaching, leadership and supervisory skills;
    2. Effective oral and written communication skills;
    3. Effective organizational skills;
    4. Excellent customer service, accuracy in information delivery;
    5. Working effectively in a team environment;
    6. Work with a various software packages such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access or other database management; recordkeeping skills.
    Abilities:
    1. Ability to work and relate to students with different cultural and social backgrounds;
    2. Ability to interpret regulations and guidelines;
    3. Ability to maintain confidentiality;
    4. Ability to work under pressure, prioritize competing demands, and be flexible;
    5. Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision;
    6. Ability to facilitate and conduct workshops, seminars and presentations;
    7. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing, utilizing tact and diplomacy.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Minimum Qualifications:
    1. Bachelor's degree and two years' experience working in higher education or social service delivery setting; or a comparable combination of education and experience;
    2. Experience working with a team;
    3. Excellent interpersonal communication skills and abilities;
    4. Demonstrated ability working with individuals of diverse backgrounds;
    5. Computer literacy with competency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access or other database.
    Preferred Qualifications:
    1. Master's degree in Student Affairs, Adult Education, Higher Education, Counseling, or related field;
    2. Experience working in higher education and/or adult and continuing education;
    3. Experience in student governance, student activities, advising, and/or career services in a technical/community or other college setting;
    4. Workshop, seminar, presentation, facilitator, or teaching experience.
    Physical Work Environment: Regular office setting which requires 2 to 8 hours per day using computer display, keyboard, and mouse; working in an open office environment with frequent interruptions and distractions; occasional activities outdoors; frequently traveling between buildings on campus, to other campuses or out-of-town to attend meetings and conferences; infrequently lifting and carrying items up to 15 lbs.; occasional evening and weekend work hours.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    Compensation and Work Schedule: Salary is $3,863 per month. Position also receives sick, personal and vacation leave accruals, paid state holidays, and a generous Washington State insurance and retirement benefits package. Work schedule is generally Monday through Friday, 40 hours per week. May include occasional night and weekend activities. Extra hours required at peak times. Local travel may also be required.
    Application Procedures and Deadline: Required application materials must be completed and submitted online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm and received by 5 p.m. on April 26, 2016, for priority consideration. Application materials received after this date and time may be considered until the position is filled. More information about Bellingham Technical College is at www.btc.edu or contact the Human Resources Office at (360) 752-8354. Required Online Application Materials:
    1. Completed Online BTC Employment Application & Online Supplemental Questions
    2. Attached Resume (prefer Word or PDF file)
    3. Official transcripts will be required upon hire, but not as part of the application process.
    Examination Requirements: All applicants are required to complete the online Supplemental Questions, which will be scored. Microsoft Office Software and/or other examinations may be administered for finalists.
    Interviews are anticipated to be held May 16 and 18.
    The application package and all materials submitted with it become the property of the college and will not be returned or considered for additional or future openings.
    Mission: Bellingham Technical College provides student-centered, high-quality professional technical education for today's needs and tomorrow's opportunities. Employment Eligibility Verification: Bellingham Technical College employs only United States citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the Department of Homeland Security.
    Non Discrimination/Equal Opportunity: Bellingham Technical College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All Inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievance procedures should be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225; (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    Disability Accommodations: Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm 3028 Lindbergh Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225 360 752-8354 jobs@btc.edu
    Position #2016-00012 STUDENT LIFE COORDINATOR TW
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Phone:
    360-752-8354
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/11/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
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  • LPN Supervisor - Pioneer Human Services
    Employer:
    Pioneer Human Services
    Job Application for LPN Supervisor (Full-time, Second Shift)
    Pioneer Human Services is a social enterprise that provides individuals with criminal histories the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives.
    Pioneer Center North is a 141-bed facility in Northwestern Washington that provides semi-secure, long-term residential treatment for people who battle chronic substance use disorder.
    POSITION SUMMARY
    The LPN Supervisor is responsible for providing quality health care services to all residents including assessing somatic conditions, delivering medications according to procedure and creating a favorable group climate for the effective treatment of each resident in treatment.
    This position supports the Behavioral Health Division of Pioneer Human Services by performing administrative and supervisory tasks to support the provision of quality and cost effective medical/behavioral health services.
    Pay is dependant on experience
    To Apply:
    https://apply.hrmdirect.com/resumedirect/ApplyOnline/Apply.aspx?req_id=372544&source=372544-CJB-0
    Hours:
    FT, second shift
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Store Level Systems Technician - The Markets, LLC
    Employer:
    The Markets, LLC
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Under the general direction of the Information Technology Director, the Store Level Systems Technician will provide Store support for all phases of store level systems including installation, repair and maintenance.

    RESPONSIBILITIES / ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    1. Support MS-Windows PC and thin clients 2. Support Virtual/Citrix Systems, Printing, User/Machine Profiles
    3. Perform IT systems or POS installs, upgrades, patches
    4. Provide user support for internal systems applications
    5. Provide maintenance and repair for POS systems, pin pads, scales, etc
    6. Provide support for store network systems
    7. Provide Telephone support for both Store and SSC workers.
    8. Provide PCI – DSS tasks (network scans, training)
    9. Participate in Weekend On-Call rotation.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. Comprehensive knowledge of PC's, printers, networks, networking devices.
    2. Cisco and Meraki experience a plus
    3. Virtualization Systems experience / knowledge
    4. PCI security compliance, monitoring, testing, reporting
    5. Experience in a PC technical support / helpdesk environment is a plus.
    6. Personal skills: organized, attentive to detail, personable, ethical, polite professional demeanor, self-starter, team player and enthusiastic.
    7. Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc...).
    8. Knowledge of desktop and notebook computer platforms.
    9. Must be able to communicate pleasantly with team members and be able to demonstrate, teach and/or communicate solutions.
    10. Computer service experience supporting and providing diagnostics is a plus.
    11. Experience with POS or retail back office systems software or hardware a plus.
    12. Knowledge of hardware and software trouble shooting skills.
    13. Knowledge of LAN/WAN protocols, cabling, installation and servicing.
    14. Knowledge of virus or malware detection software.
    15. Knowledge of / Familiarity with Linux (any level).
    This is a Full Time Position.
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    To Apply please email resume:clarkjordan@themarketsllc.com
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • 24-Hour Direct Support Professional - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.
    We are hiring for a Direct Support Professional at our Pine Street facility in Lynden. Home Care Aide Certification is preferred but not required. This is a 24-hour shift from the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. the following day. The wage is $13.00 per hour with 8 hours unpaid sleep time from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Necessary training(s) will be compensated at $9.47 per hour.
    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    1. Provide participants with daily personal care and supervision to ensure their safety and well-being at all times
    2. Know, understand, and regularly review care and support plans and how to document accordingly
    3. Stay informed of participants’ needs, as well as staff, and communicates effectively
    4. Documentation completed accurately and thoroughly on assigned participants
    5. Support participants to complete activities of daily living (ADL’s) as independently as possible
    6. Assist and instruct participants in emergency evacuation procedures
    7. Follow Plan of Care/Negotiated Care Plan in regards to medication administration and document medications in accordance with policy
    8. Actively engage with participants and provide access to them to participate in community activities and events
    9. Maintain participants’ living environment (household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.)
    10. Establish and maintain positive communication and working relationships with participants and the people they interact with in all aspects of their life.
    11. Immediately report evidence of abuse or witnessed neglect to appropriate agency and Program Director
    12. Create a warm, accepting environment conducive to learning
    Job Requirements include:
    1. WA State driver license
    2. Able to pass a criminal history background check
    3. At least 18 years of age
    4. Have obtained a high school diploma or GED
    5. Pass a drug test to meet our drug-free workplace policy.
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $13 DOE
  • Administrative positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Administrative positions:

    1. Administrative Assistant
    2. Customer Support Specialist
    3. Customer Service/Administrative
    4. Executive Assistant
    5. Receptionist
    6. General Office
    7. Data Entry
    8. Loan Operation Assistant
    9. Inventory Control
    10. Swing Shift Dispatch
    Full-Time and Part-Time
    Evaluation Hire
    $11.00-$20.00+/hour
    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    FT PT
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11-$20
  • Admissions Recruiter - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    SALARY:
    $3,777.00 Monthly
    OPENING DATE:
    04/13/16
    PRIORITY CLOSING DATE:
    05/02/16 05:00 PM
    DESCRIPTION:
    Bellingham Technical College invites applications for the following professional exempt Admissions Recruiter position. This is a full-time, year-round position, overtime exempt from FLSA, is not represented by a union, and is at-will. Assignment may include evening and split schedules. Travel is required. Under general direction of the Director of Admissions, provide support for the delivery of traditional and non-traditional student recruitment and outreach services, including campus and community events, dual enrollment program advising, and student ambassador and call center program supervision. This position co-coordinates the development of recruitment initiatives and prospective student tracking and communications. The Recruiter will provide targeted outreach and retention and assists in coordination of all professional technical degree and certificate program admission procedures and services.
    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Support the enrollment efforts of the college by coordinating the recruitment and retention of high school students, non-traditional students, international students, and underrepresented populations;
    2. Attend college, career and community fairs and other outreach events as a BTC representative;
    3. Assist with campus events including Energy Industry Career Night, Women in Manufacturing Night, Tour Day, High School Counselor Day, College Bound Day, Try-A-Trade, Running Start Information session, Pass to Class arrangements, middle school visits, campus tours, industry tours, and other events;
    4. Assist in facilitating new student workshops including New Student Orientation;
    5. As a primary point of contact, facilitate the recruitment and enrollment of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing students, and other STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) fields, through wrap-around outreach and advising support services;
    6. Work closely with high school counselors and faculty to enhance communication and recruitment activities, and promote access for high school students;
    7. Coordinate and monitor call campaigns, draft scripts, produce a calendar of scheduled campaigns and maintain reports;
    8. Utilize the Customer Relations Management (CRM) system using a mix of personalization and multi-channel communication options including email, SMS text, VIP pages (customized student portals), chat, social media, and event management;
    9. Establish and/or maintain computerized record keeping and coordinate a communications schedule and tracking activities to provide follow-up for prospective students;
    10. Assist in the development and timely delivery of forms, reports, and correspondence for prospects and inquiries;
    11. Participate in targeting marketing campaigns and lead generation activities; 12. Work cooperatively with partner agencies, institutions, and businesses, including Workforce Development Council, Employment Security Department, and program Advisory Board members, to recruit students, facilitate student referral and enrollment, and develop processes to facilitate communication and student success;
    13. Maintain and publish an event calendar and provide clear communication to those involved with the event and those being invited; report weekly and monthly on outreach efforts;
    14. Function as a member of the enrollment management team;
    15. Work closely with Financial Aid, Advising, Instruction, and Registration to ensure ease of access to BTC;
    16. Monitor and track outreach expenditures;
    17. Perform other duties as assigned.
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge:
    1. Knowledge of college policies and procedures;
    2. Knowledge of curriculum program offerings at the college;
    3. Knowledge of marketing and sales techniques.
    Skills:
    1. Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills; leadership skills;
    2. Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft Windows environment; database management and recordkeeping skills;
    3. Effective oral and written communication skills;
    4. Skill in working effectively in a team environment with a customer service focus;
    5. Excellent organizational skills;
    6. Event coordination and planning;
    7. Strong project management skills.
    Ability to:
    1. Work independently with minimal supervision;
    2. Maintain confidential information;
    3. Travel for recruitment events such as career fairs;
    4. Maintain a flexible work schedule;
    5. Work with various departments and foster teamwork;
    6. Work with individuals of varied ethnicity, ages, backgrounds, and abilities in an inclusive and participatory manner;
    7. Facilitate and conduct workshops, seminars and presentations;
    8. Gather and analyze information;
    9. Identify and resolve problems in a timely manner.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Required Qualifications:
    1. Bachelor's Degree, AND minimum of two years of experience in working with high school students or adults in higher education or social service delivery setting OR equivalent combination of education and experience;
    2. Experience in facilitating or teaching workshops, seminars and/or presentations;
    3. Event coordination experience;
    4. Intermediate experience using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, database entry and management, or comparable programs to develop presentations, promotional materials, reports, and correspondence;
    5. Valid Driver's license.
    Preferred Qualifications:
    1. At least two years of experience in providing coordination of events or in student recruitment;
    2. Experience in sales or marketing;
    3. Experience working with diverse populations;
    4. Experience in developing and maintaining collaborative high school and community agency relationships;
    5. Proven ability to effectively collaborate with internal and external colleagues;
    6. Experience in professional/technical student advising/career guidance/financial aid/educational planning and/or admissions in a technical/community or other college setting;
    7. Experience in developing presentations, brochures/flyers and program/college marketing materials and development and utilization of social media for recruitment.
    Physical Work Environment: Typical office environment; infrequently lifting and carrying items up to 10 lbs.; infrequently twisting or bending at the waist or reaching overhead; frequently traveling between buildings on campus, to other campuses and high schools in Whatcom County; frequently listening to and talking with students, faculty and other staff members either in person or by telephone; frequently sitting at a desk or workstation using a computer display, keyboard, and mouse.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    Compensation and Work Schedule: Full-time salary is $3,777 per month.
    Positions also receive generous sick, personal and vacation leave accruals, paid state holidays, and a generous Washington State insurance and retirement benefits package. Work schedule is generally Monday through Friday, about 40 hours per week, however, schedule may vary including split, weekend and evening assignments. Travel is required. Application Procedures and Deadline:
    Required application materials must be completed and submitted online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm and received by 5 p.m. on May 2, 2016 for priority consideration. Application materials received after this date and time may be considered until the position is filled. More information about Bellingham Technical College is at www.btc.edu or call the Human Resources Office at (360) 752-8354. You will be contacted if selected for an interview. Required Online Application Materials:
    1. Completed Online BTC Employment Application & Online Supplemental Questions;
    2. Attached Resume (Prefer Word or PDF file);
    3. Official transcripts will be required upon hire, but are not required as part of the applications process.
    Examination Requirements: All applicants are required to complete the Online Supplemental Questions, which will be scored.
    Microsoft Office Software and/or other examinations may be administered for finalists.
    Interviews are anticipated to be held May 23 - 25.
    The application package and all materials submitted with it become the property of the college and will not be returned or considered for additional or future openings.
    Mission: Bellingham Technical College provides student-centered, high-quality professional technical education for today's needs and tomorrow's opportunities. Employment Eligibility Verification: Bellingham Technical College employs only United States citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the Department of Homeland Security.
    Non Discrimination/Equal Opportunity: Bellingham Technical College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All Inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievance procedures should be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225; (360) 752-8354; email (hr@btc.edu).
    Disability Accommodations: Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm 3028 Lindbergh Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225 (360) 752-8354
    jobs@btc.edu
    Position #2016-00013 ADMISSIONS RECRUITER TW
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/11/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
  • Advanced Manufacturing Positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Advanced Manufacturing:
    1. Lumber Mill Forklift Operator
    2. Welder
    3. CDL Driver
    4. Machine Operator
    5. Delivery Driver


    All Shifts Available
    Direct Hire and Evaluation Hire
    $12.00-$25.00+/hour

    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12-$25+
  • Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP)

    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: Functions as a competent Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) to provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Responsible for providing safe, efficient and quality care to the Center’s consumers.

    Functions and Responsibilities:
    Responsible for providing safe, efficient and quality care to all of the clients Supports a system-wide understanding of trauma prevalence, impact and trauma informed care.
    Fosters healing, hopeful, honest and trusting relationships for consumers and employees; Values consumer voice, choice and self-advocacy.
    Demonstrates a commitment to cultural competence.
    Promotes a safe, calm and secure environment with supportive care and family-driven services that are trauma specific and promote recovery and wellness. Other duties as assigned.
    Follows organization infection control policies and procedures. At risk for exposure to blood borne pathogens.

    Position Requirements:
    Must be able to work as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner with children, adult and geriatric populations; possess and maintain current Washington State RN and ARNP licenses.
    Must meet the minimum qualification of a Mental Health Professional as per WAC 275.55.
    Must have at least two years direct experience in the treatment of severely and persistently mentally ill consumers.
    Must have working familiarity with psychotropic medicines.
    Professional interest and commitment to working with the mentally ill and in the development of care systems for the mentally ill.
    Ability to work in an interdisciplinary setting, according respect to others based on knowledge and experience, as well as discipline.
    Ability to tolerate the stress of a busy outpatient psychiatric care setting.
    Ability to interact with consumers with sensitivity, tact and respect; as well as firmness, when necessary.
    Knowledge of theories of human behavior, personality development and psychological and physical cause of mental disorders.
    Knowledge of principles and techniques of group and individual therapy; understanding of principles and methods of intervention.
    Familiarity with Washington Administrative Code regulations and professional standards governing the treatment of the mentally ill.
    Demonstrated competence in Microsoft Office suite.
    Ability to maintain confidentiality in all matters.

    Personal Traits & Qualifications: Possess the knowledge, values, attitude and skills to create a trauma-informed, safe, trusting healing environment that respects the perspectives and experiences of the individuals, families, staff and communities we serve with safety and healing.

    Physical Requirements: Patient care delivery may involve lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, and stooping requiring upper and lower body strength. Lifting up to 40 lbs. may be required without assistance.

    To Apply: Please send your resume to jobs@navos.org.

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Pay is dependant on experience.
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Assisted Living Program Director - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Position: Assisted Living Program Director

    Level & Employee Status: Level III - Full-time offering paid leave time, medical, dental, vision, & 401K benefits.

    Starting Wage: $16.00 per hour

    Job Summary:

    Assisted Living Program Director will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Cascade Connections group home in Lynden, WA. Responsible for staffing – hiring, staff retention, disciplinary process, and terminations and addressing program issues. Will be responsible for enforcing philosophy, procedures, directives, decisions and agency policy in a manner established by the Board of Directors. Will confer weekly with the Administrator of Residential Services, in person or via phone, to keep him/her apprised of ongoing operational affairs related to Cascade Connections group home. Will be a full-time employee of Cascade Connections and will document all indirect and direct service hours on appropriate time sheets. Ensure facility and vehicles are maintained. Attend administrative, board and management meetings. Ensure compliance with contractual and licensing obligations.

    Requirements:

    1. Must be at least 21 with a High School Diploma or equivalent & 5 years experience working directly with individuals with disabilities or an Associates Degree in a related field & 2 years experience working directly with individuals with disabilities or a Bachelors Degree in a related field & 1 year experience working directly with individuals with disabilities
    2. Must successfully pass a criminal history background check, have a valid Washington State driver’s license, clean driving record and reliable transportation
    3. Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and submit to on-going random testing
    4. Must meet training and credentialing requirements for Home Care Aide (HCA) certification or already be a licensed CNA, RN, LPN, or NAC.
    5. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
    5. Flexibility to fulfill occasional weekend or evening shifts to address staffing/scheduling needs
    6. Proficient in Microsoft Office programs
    7. Strong leadership and management skills
    8. Ability to manage funds, assist in establishing and operate within a budget


    Preferred Skills:

    1. Knowledge of Quicken
    2. Knowledge of Washington Administrative Codes and RCW's for Boarding Homes
    3. Knowledge of DSHS programs and the Developmental Disabilities Administration

    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $16
  • Baker - Woods Coffee
    Employer:
    Woods Coffee
    We have an immediate opening at The Woods Coffee Bakery.
    Must have experience working with yeast dough.
    This position starts at 4am, working 4/10's Must be available weekends. This is a full-time opening.

    The Woods Coffee Bakery is a fun and fast paced bakery, making everything from scratch. Once you're proficient at the advertised position, opportunity to learn other positions within the bakery is encouraged.

    Come join our growing company! Current full-time employees are eligible for insurance, HSA, vacation pay and 401k opportunity.

    Please fill out the online application at www.thewoodscoffee.com/employment .
    Choose BAKER from the drop down menu. Qualified applicants will receive a call or email to schedule an interview.

    Starting pay will be based on experience, with raises at each position learned.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Jackie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Care Giver - Grace Family Homes
    Employer:
    Grace Family Homes
    CNA/NAC or Core Basic trained individuals wanted for care giving positions at two adult care facilities.
    Qualifications:
    CPR, Mental Health, Dementia, Food Handlers & Nurse Delegation certificates helpful but we can help the right applicant complete the DSHS training required for our homes.
    Pay DOE, but starts at $10.50/hr.
    Full time and part time and weekend positions available for all shifts. These are fun work environments in small care homes - come join our team!

    Please email resume to:gracefamilyhomes@gmail.com
    Hours:
    All Shifts
    Contact:
    Sue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10.50 DOE
  • Cat Care Specialist - Cat Nap Inn
    Employer:
    Cat Nap Inn
    Cat Nap Inn,
    Bed & Breakfast Exclusively for Cats

    JOB:
    Cat Care Specialist- DOE. Probation period is 90 days.
    REPORTS TO:
    Kolleen Fox
    HOURS AND SCHEDULE:
    One three-hour shift on Thursday or Friday. The preferred shift would be 6:30 to 9:30 a.m. on Friday but open to negotiation
    Saturday and Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (set hours and are not negotiable) Includes holidays
    This position is generally 19 hours a week but the hours can vary (more or less) as we are a seasonal business

    SUMMARY:
    Cat Care Specialists at Cat Nap Inn care for our feline guests by accurately recording eating, drinking and elimination and assessing the cat’s mood and behavior.
    They also care for the cat’s parents by providing friendly service during check in and check out. Our specialists also do much of the back house support (laundry, dishes, cleaning litter pans, cleaning suites in-between guests, keeping the grounds beautiful which means weeding and outside landscape maintenance).
    We are looking for a long-term employee, not just summer or holiday help. QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. At least 18 years of age
    2. High school diploma, experience working or volunteering in a vet clinic, boarding facility or animal shelter desired.
    3. Ability to work alone, without supervision
    4. Reliability- as an extremely small facility, we will be counting on you to be here on your scheduled days. We are not on the bus line you must have reliable transportation.
    5. Punctual- We have a very tight schedule for feeding and medicating the cats. You must be on time.
    6. Somewhat flexible schedule-we are a seasonal business and may need extra help during the summer and around holidays or less help during quieter times.
    7. Attention to detail
    8. Ability to follow direction and change gears quickly
    9. Be able to safely lift 40 pounds
    10. A positive, friendly, can-do attitude while being able to work as a team
    11. Ability to work with the public with a customer service focus
    12. Legible writing
    13. Strong ability to multitask
    14. Only non-smokers need apply

    TASKS:
    1. Prepare food and feed cats at schedule times. Make sure all water bowls are filled.
    2. Monitor each cat’s health and report any concerns such as wounds, fleas, worms, blood, vomit, diarrhea to CNI owner.
    3. Administer medications as needed per description, record doses administered in appropriate place
    4. Keep suites clean and tidy, quickly clean up and scoop eliminations, clean suites in between guests. Use appropriate cleaning supplies.
    5. Assist with laundry, dishes, sweep and mop floors as needed
    6. Clean litter pans and associated items
    7. Check in and check out guests. Keep each cat’s items organized and in place
    8. Accept and record reservations
    9. Accept cash and check payments from customers and accurately record payments per instructions
    10. Keep the grounds beautiful which includes weeding and related
    11. Other tasks as assigned

    WORKING CONDITIONS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT:
    This position is extremely physically demanding and you will get dirty while you are working.
    A significant portion of the day is spent stepping in and out of the suites which are two feet off the ground.
    You will also need to bend, kneel, crawl and lift. Those applying should be physically able to handle these demands and others.

    APPLICATION PROCESS:
    No phone calls please.
    E-mail resume and cover letter which includes a brief description of why, in addition to being a cat lover, you believe your experience, accomplishments and personal qualities make you a qualified candidate for the position. Please also include a brief description of your most recent animal related experience if applicable to catnapinn@catnapinn.com
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Kolleen
    City:
    Sedro Woolley
    Zip:
    98284
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • CNA - Private Employer
    Employer:
    Private Employer
    Part-time CNA position open.
    The hours are Wed & Friday 6:30pm to 10:30pm(both nights) & Sunday 9:15am to 2:15pm then 6:30pm to 10:30pm( split shift)
    starting wage $13-18DOE.
    Please send resume to fax(360) 922-0398
    or email: michelleturek2015@gmail.com
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Michelle
    Phone:
    360-922-0398
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $13-$18DOE
  • Cook - Bonaventure Spring Creek
    Employer:
    Bonaventure Spring Creek
    Bonaventure Spring Creek, a premier senior housing community located in beautiful Bellingham, Washington currently has IMMEDIATE open positions for a Cook!


    The Cook is responsible for the preparation and service of nutritious, tasty and appealing meals. The Cook is also responsible for the supervision of all food service personnel in the absence of the Dining Service Manager.

    Responsibilities:
    1. Enjoys working with the elderly.
    2. Able to handle concerns graciously and follow-up appropriately.
    3. Has excellent customer service related skills.
    4. Ability to supervise food service personnel.
    5. Experience in operating kitchen equipment: commercial steamer, convection oven, standard gas or electric range and grill, meat slicer, mixer / grinder, commercial dishwasher, cooking utensils, etc.

    Required Experience / Education:
    1. Prefer minimum one (1) year experience in preparing meals on a regular basis for a large group of diners.
    2. High School Diploma / GED

    For immediate consideration, please visit us at:

    Pay is dependant on experience
    Bonaventure Spring Creek
    223 E Bakerview RD
    Bellingham , WA 98226
    Hours:
    Ask
    Address:
    223 E Bakerview Rd
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Cook positions - Four Winds Camp
    Employer:
    Four Winds Camp
    Job Positions: 4 prep cooks, and 2 head cooks.

    The job starts around June 8th and goes through August 29th, head cooks can make upwards of $5000 for the year, depending on experience. There are 3 sessions to 4 week and one 7 day. We feed around 300 people daily, meals include breakfast, lunch, dinner and special events.

    To Apply Email Resume:tiffani.rozier@gmail.com
    Hours:
    Seasonal
    Contact:
    Tiffani
    City:
    Deer Harbor
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Counselor - Yakima Valley College
    Employer:
    Yakima Valley College
    Salary
    $665 per Instructional Unit
    Up to 10 IU's/Quarter

    Yakima Valley Community College is one of the oldest community colleges in the state of Washington. Founded in 1928, the college has a long tradition of quality in teaching and in its commitment to students.


    Our Mission Statement:

    YVCC enriches and enhances individuals and communities by delivering accessible, student-centered education. YVCC addresses the needs of our diverse communities by providing learning opportunities in basic literacy; academic, professional, and technical education; and lifelong learning.

    Yakima Valley Community College seeks an innovative adjunct faculty Counselor committed to community college students and their success. This position is considered for renewal on a quarterly basis, funded by the federal FINISH Title V grant which ends August 2020. The work assignment would not exceed 200 hours per quarter. This position is part-time, non-tenure track.
    Reporting to the Dean - Student Services and in collaboration with the FINISH Title V Director, the faculty Counselor may instruct classes with the approval of the supervising Dean. A faculty Counselor shall participate in committee work and planning, research and innovation, course and curriculum planning, in-service trainings, meetings, and other specifically assigned duties. To the extent reasonably possible, a faculty Counselor shall keep abreast of developments in the counseling field.



    Qualifications:


    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    1.Master's degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work or related fields
    2.Professional preparation that includes work in fundamentals of counseling, counseling theories, multicultural counseling, general psychology (abnormal, developmental, and personality theories), career development and counseling, tests and measurements, professional issues and ethics, and an understanding of research methods.
    3.Three or more years of counseling services to include personal, academic and career counseling in a community college, university, high school, mental health or related social service field. Experience may include supervised counseling practicums and internships.
    4.One or more years of demonstrated experience working effectively with populations from diverse cultures and traditions.
    5.Evidence of a willingness to work a flexible schedule on a long-term basis

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. Student development work experience in a community college or other higher education setting
    2. Experience working in a supervised counseling practicum and/or internship
    3. Teaching experience within the community college, university, or related setting
    4. Washington state licensure in the fields of mental health or social work or eligible to make application for state licensure.



    Duties/Responsibilities:


    The primary duty of a faculty Counselor shall be participating in the Counseling Center's ongoing program based on the individual's specific educational qualifications and experience, as assigned. The faculty Counselor serves as a generalist responsible for providing services to meet the needs of our diverse student population enrolled at Yakima Valley Community College. Following are the responsibilities of the faculty Counselor:
    1. Assist students with available information relating to vocational, academic, and developmental programs, including courses and activities in the District, and transfer requirements and general information regarding other institutions
    2. Counsel with students individually and in groups
    3. Serve as a referral person in cases where students may need additional medical, social, or educational help
    4. Assist students individually or in groups and/or classes to acquire and develop more effective study skills
    5. Provide career guidance and/or placement information to individuals or to groups and/or classes
    6. Serve as a consultant to students referred from other academic employees or from schools within the community college district
    7. Maintain a file of up-to-date transfer information on assigned institutions to help students in planning for additional education
    8. Maintain a flexible work schedule as assigned
    9. Assist vocational areas in the screening and selection of students, as required
    10. Use online tools to maintain regular contact with students
    11. Assist with the coordination of incoming students through advising, registration, and orientation
    12. Develop files and interview students to determine grant/program eligibility
    13. Coordinate wraparound services for program participants
    14. Maintain accurate records of student contacts, time and effort, and written correspondence



    Supplemental Information:


    Those applicants invited to interview may be required to complete a skills test.

    Candidates may be subject to a Criminal History Background Check as a condition for consideration of employment.

    Per the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act, Yakima Valley Community College hires only U. S. Citizens and Aliens authorized to work in the United States. As a condition of employment, new employees must provide acceptable proof of identity and employment eligibility.

    Yakima Valley Community College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All inquiries regarding compliance should be directed to the Director of Human Resource Services, YVCC, South 16th Ave. & Nob Hill Blvd., Yakima, WA 98902; or call 509.574.4670.

    Applicants with disabilities who require assistance with the recruitment process will be accommodated to the extent reasonably possible.

    All positions are subject to funding.
    To Apply please visit:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/yvccwa/default.cfm?promotionaljobs=1
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Liz
    City:
    Yakima
    Zip:
    98902
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
  • Customer Service - 24/7 Parcel
    Employer:
    24/7 Parcel
    GENERAL SUMMARY
    1. To provide accurate information and assistance to customers requiring direct customer interface
    2. Check in parcels
    3. To perform administrative duties necessary for efficient operations
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
    1. High school diploma
    2. Good interpersonal skills
    3. Computer proficiency
    4. Problem solve, detail-oriented
    5. Strong multitasking skills
    6. Team player
    7. Demonstrated flexibility to adapt to a constantly changing environment 8. A neat appearance and excellent interpersonal and communication skills are necessary
    9. Ability to lift heavy packages or maneuver any package weighing up to 100 pounds with appropriate equipment or assistance from another person
    10. Experience with electronic locker system a strong asset

    SHIFT REQUIREMENTS
    1. Schedule is based on business needs and maybe subject to change
    2. Must possess flexible availability to accommodate various shifts Monday to Saturday
    SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

    The successful candidates will be offered a job with 24/7 Parcel based on the successful completion of a series of interviews, PC assessments and a current satisfactory background check.
    Job Type: Part-time 15-20 hours/ week
    Salary: $12.00 /hour
    Please email resume to Sharon@247parcel.com
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Sharon
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12
  • Dental Assistant - Oswald & VanderGiessen, DDS
    Employer:
    Oswald & VanderGiessen, DDS
    compensation: Hourly wage, DOE
    employment type: full-time
    Drs. Michael Oswald and Lance Vander Giessen are seeking to hire an additional dental assistant.

    We are a two-dentist office with a dedicated staff that puts a high priority on teamwork, professionalism and excellence in dentistry. We have an immediate need for a full-time dental assistant. Daily duties will include assisting with sealants, fillings, crowns, bridges, extractions (both simple and surgical), root canals, implant placement, dentures and more. We are progressing toward a paperless office and are utilizing many aspects of our patient software program. A strong experience with Dentrix is highly preferred.

    Please drop off your resume and contact information at our office during business hours at your earliest convenience (M-TH: 8-5; F: 8-1). Shawna or Samantha will be happy to meet you and answer questions about our office and this position. www.dentalcarebellingham.com
    Oswald & VanderGiessen, DDS
    3628 Meridian Street, Suite 2A
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Shawna or Samantha
    Address:
    3628 Meridian Street, Suite 2A
    City:
    Belllingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Dental Hygienist - Dr. Daniel Hovorka
    Employer:
    Dr. Daniel Hovorka
    Dental Hygienist full time: Tues, Wed, Thurs, every other Friday
    Pay DOE
    Dr. Daniel Hovorka
    1201 N. Garden St. Bellingham, Wa
    Please bring resume and cover letter to our office.
    Our office hours are Tuesday 1-8, Wednesday -Friday 9-5
    Hours:
    FT
    Address:
    1201 N. Garden St.
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/27/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Detailer - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.
    Detailer - Involves but not limited to washing, vacuuming, wet sanding, and polishing.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers.
    Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT or FT
    Contact:
    Shayne and Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    Address:
    6410 Evergreen Way
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Direct Support Advocate - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.
    Position: Direct Support Advocate

    Level & Employee Status: Level I - Full-time (35-40 hours a week) offering paid leave time, medical, dental, vision, & 401K benefits.

    Starting Wage: $11.75 per hour

    Job Summary:

    The Direct Support Advocate is responsible for assisting each participant with reaching his/her fullest potential spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically. Responsible for assisting each participant with his/her daily needs.
    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    1. Provide participants with daily personal care, (e.g. bathing, toileting, etc.) and supervision to ensure their safety and well-being at all times.
    2. Know, understand and regularly review each of the participants’ Plan of Care and Negotiated Care Plans prior to providing care.
    3. Develop, implement and/or revise PBS plans with the assistance and approval of the Program Coordinator and/or Program Director.
    4. Maintain accurate data on all IISP goals and care plans.
    5. Re-new release forms annually or as needed. Prepare forms for approval by the Program Director and either send forms to parents/guardians or have ready to sign at IISP meeting,
    6. Ensure advocate check-offs are documented on daily, weekly, monthly and turned in to the Program Coordinator monthly. All tasks on check-offs must be complete.
    7. Review the content of client books to ensure documentation has been completed by other staff. Follow-up on incomplete documentation, leave notes for staff and ensure documentation is completed.
    8. Advocates who are designated clients with ETP’s must keep the Program Director informed of when ETP’s will expire.
    9. Advocates may be asked to assist the Program Coordinator with training new staff.
    10. Advocates will be responsible for scheduling participant doctor appointments and transporting/accompanying participants to appointment and ensure necessary documentation is obtained and recorded from the health care provided.
    11. Ensure scripts are obtained from health care providers and necessary information is on script.
    12. Lead Staff/Advocates will be responsible for organizing shift tasks for all staff on that shift. He/she will lead the team and set a positive tone for the shift, prioritize tasks, and ensure all tasks are completed by end of shift.
    13. Will be designated as the “on-call” person on a rotating basis. Will be responsible for responding to emergencies or staffing issues that arise during his/her assigned week. Ensure on-call log is being documented.
    14. Provide positive instruction to other staff on shift when care plans are not being followed correctly or when tasks need to be completed.
    15. Responsible for the accounting and record keeping for their designated participants’ checking and savings accounts

    Requirements:

    1. Prefer experience in working with individuals with developmental disabilities.
    2. Ability to work well with people and demonstrate leadership qualities.
    3. Ability to make quick, independent decisions.
    4. Must be 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent, higher education preferred.
    5. Pass a state background check and clean driving record.
    6. Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and submit to on-going random testing.
    7. Willingness to work non-standard work hours to meet immediate, short and long-term needs.
    8. Reliable transportation.
    9. Renew and maintain required forms and documentation relevant to participant’s care.
    10. Assist with training new staff.
    11. Strong organizational skills.
    12. Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.
    13. Ability to prioritize tasks and time management.
    14. Ability to use Microsoft business applications.
    15. Effective and professional written and verbal communication skills.
    16. Ability to represent Cascade Connections professionally in the community. 17. Facilitate meetings and Care Plans as well as implement plans and goals for each participant.
    18. Available for on-call shifts on a rotational basis and able to respond to emergencies and/or staffing issues during these assigned shifts.
    19. Due to client needs and care plan, female preferred
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.

    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11.75
  • Disassembly Technician - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett

    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.

    Disassembly Technician - Involves but not limited to taking apart cars in a methodical and organized fashion, separating R&I parts from Replace parts, identifying damage related to and not related to the accident, and identify all hardware required to reassemble the car.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Early Childhood Para Educator Level 1 - Nooksack Valley School District
    Employer:
    Nooksack Valley School District
    ANNOUNCEMENT OF PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITY
    NOOKSACK VALLEY COLLABORATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
    EARLY CHILDHOOD PARA EDUCATOR LEVEL I
    INCLUDING ANY EARLY CHILDHOOD PARA EDUCATOR POSITION
    CAUSED BY EMPLOYMENT CHANGES OF AN EXISTING EMPLOYEE
    2016 - 2017 SCHOOL YEAR

    General Description
    The responsibilities of the Para Educator for the Nooksack Valley Collaboration for Children and Families are to assist with implementing a quality early childhood program for infants and toddlers.
    Professional Qualifications
    1. Desire to work with infants and toddlers, including children with special needs
    2. Experience in a group setting working with infants and toddlers required
    3. Assist with creating a supportive, warm and welcoming environment for children and parents
    4. Ability to work efficiently, self-initiate and organize time
    5. Monitor student(s) behavior and safety
    6. Ability to track and document skills and behaviors
    7. Ability to work and communicate effectively with staff as a team member
    8. Ability to support and refer families to leads in accessing resources
    9. Background and experience working with diverse family experiences and lifestyles
    1. Fluent Spanish language skills preferred
    2. Ability to be flexible and demonstrate a willingness to cross train
    3. Desire and interest to continue education and training in early childhood
    Minimum Qualifications – Education and Experience
    Associates Degree or CDA credential (0-3) or a degree in Early Childhood with an emphasis in infants and toddlers required. Consideration may be given to those actively enrolled in an AA program for Early Childhood or an infant/toddler CDA credential program.
    Para Educators hired after January 8, 2002 must have:
    1. completed two years of study at an institution of higher education;
    2. obtained an associate’s (or higher) degree; OR
    3. met a rigorous standard of quality and be able to demonstrate, through a formal State or local academic assessment, knowledge of and the ability to assist in instruction reading, writing, and mathematics In order to be considered for a position.
    Location
    Early Learning Program at the High School Campus
    3326 E Badger Rd
    Everson, WA 98247
    Terms of Employment
    Five days/week, Monday - Friday; 6.00 hours/day, 182 days/year. The rate of pay is $14.23/hour for the first six months (2016-2017 entry level) and then an hourly rate increase based upon the 2016-2017 salary schedule, with benefits according to the SEIU Collective Bargaining Agreement. New employees are required to meet the membership requirements of the current collective bargaining agreement within 31 calendar days of employment.
    Posting Date: May 24 , 2016 Closing Date: June 3, 2016 by 4:00 p.m.

    Application Procedures
    Nooksack Valley School District SEIU members must submit a letter of application to Yesenia Cisneros in the district office by 4:00 p.m. on June 3, 2016. In the event a current NVSD SEIU member does not fill this position, non-district applications will be considered. Non-district applicants must have on file or submit a completed district application form and résumé. In addition, a letter of interest, two letters of recommendation, copy of high school diploma, and transcripts are required for this posting. Application forms are available in the district office or on our web site at www.nooksackschools.org.
    Completed Application Materials May be Submitted to:
    Ms. Yesenia Cisneros, Human Resource Assistant
    Nooksack Valley School District No. 506
    PO Box 4307
    Nooksack, WA 98276

    The Nooksack Valley School District No. 506 complies with all federal and Washington State rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, creed, religion, age, marital status, military or veteran status, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or the use of trained dog guides or service animal by a disabled person, and provides equal access to all approved designated youth groups. Applications from all groups are encouraged. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to Ms. Marsha McInnis, Title IX Officer/Affirmative Action and ADA Coordinator in care of Nooksack Valley School District, PO Box 4307, Nooksack, WA 98276, or by calling (360) 988-4754.
    Hours:
    30
    Contact:
    Ms. Yesenia Cisneros
    City:
    Everson
    Zip:
    98247
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $14.23
  • Employment Consultant - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Employment Consultant:
    Are you looking for a job where you can make a difference? At Cascade Connections we support our community to look at employment applicants a little differently. We help provide opportunities for everyone!

    This position is full-time offering leave time, medical, dental, vision, & 401K benefits.
    Job Summary: Support individuals with developmental disabilities to find and maintain work in the community. Typical work schedule is Monday through Friday. Must be available to work until 8pm on Tuesday and Friday evenings. Some weekends may be needed on occasion.

    Requirements:
    1. Prefer experience in working with individuals with developmental disabilities
    2. Belief that all people can and should work
    3. Ability to work well with people and demonstrate leadership qualities 4. Ability to make quick independent decisions, organized and good time management
    5. Willingness to be flexible with scheduling
    6. Willingness to work in a variety of atmospheres – including retail, custodial work, office environments, outside work, and other local employment sites
    7. Ability to use Microsoft business applications.
    8. Effective and professional written and verbal communication skills
    9. Pass background check, clean driving record and reliable transportation
    10. Able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and submit to on-going random testing.
    11. Must be 18 & have a high school diploma or equivalent; Higher education preferred

    Our mission is empowering individuals with disabilities to enhance their quality of life. We promote opportunities for everyone through community partnership and service excellence. If that is something you feel you could contribute to please consider applying to become the newest member of our highly successful team of employees.
    Starting Wage: $12.00 per hour
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12
  • English Teacher - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    OPENING DATE:
    05/06/16
    PRIORITY CONSIDERATION BY:
    05/31/16 05:00 PM
    DESCRIPTION:
    Bellingham Technical College invites applications for one full-time, tenure track position in English, to predominately teach English composition and technical writing courses. The position reports to the Associate Dean and is anticipated to begin in September 2016. The successful candidate will be expected to establish a successful and supportive learning environment for a diverse college student population with a wide-range of backgrounds and experiences. The teaching schedule will vary based on student and college needs and is expected to include instructional strategies that use in-person, simulation, and online techniques. Instruction will include practical projects for students. Instructors are responsible to plan, teach, and manage student learning in all assigned portions of the program according to approved course study, state guidelines, program accreditation standards, and advisory committee recommendations. This instructor needs strong positive interpersonal skills, the ability to work closely with other instructors and good computer and internet skills.
    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Teach developmental through upper division college level English composition and related courses to professional/technical, transfer students and baccalaureate students;
    2. Provide instruction using multiple modalities, to include: face-to-face, online, hybrid and other approved delivery methods;
    3. Commitment to continuous improvement in instructional delivery methods and assessment;
    4. Participate in the development and/or revision of curriculum;
    5. Perform annual evaluations on student success and course effectiveness and employ continuous improvement for all courses taught;
    6. Integrate English instruction for various professional/technical programs;
    7. Monitor and document student performance;
    8. Utilize campus resources to facilitate student success;
    9. Participate in professional development activities;
    10. Coach and mentor adjunct faculty;
    11. Serve on campus-wide committees;
    12. Participate in campus events;
    13. Apply Universal Design for Learning principles to teaching methodology;
    14. Instruct courses in related disciplines based upon individual qualifications and expertise;
    15. Participate in year-end reporting and other data analysis activities;
    16. Participate in student recruitment activities;
    17. Attend all faculty, division, and department meetings; hold office hours;
    18. Commitment to modifying instructional methods to achieve maximum student success;
    19. Adhere and ensure compliance with applicable safety laws;
    20. Demonstrate a strong commitment to Bellingham Technical College's Mission;
    21. Commitment to participate fully in college governance, committees, and campus-wide initiatives for improving student success and achievement;
    22. Perform other program responsibilities as required and assigned.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Minimum:
    1. Master of Arts degree in English with an emphasis in composition; or a Master of Fine Arts with an emphasis in English composition, from a regionally accredited institution;
    2. One year recent full-time teaching experience (or equivalent experience as an adjunct) teaching English in a high school or a post-secondary regionally accredited institution;
    3. Experience in the use of technology in teaching;
    4. Experience in developing coursework in a learning management system (e.g. Canvas, Blackboard, Moodle, etc.);
    5. Excellent written and oral communication skills;
    6. Demonstrated ability to work well with students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
    Preferred:
    1. More than one year of teaching experience;
    2. Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the post-secondary level;
    3. Experience teaching online and/or hybrid courses;
    4. Experience with inter-departmental collaboration;
    5. Experience designing, developing, implementing and assessing curriculum and student learning.
    KNOWLEDGE, SILLS & ABILITIES:
    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: The knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below represent the characteristics and performance expectations of the position. Applicants do not necessarily need to enter the position with all of these knowledge, skills, and abilities. Knowledge:
    1. Knowledge and understanding of area of specialty;
    2. Knowledge of current educational teaching methods and strategies;
    3. Knowledge of institutional accreditation, planning, and continuous quality improvement;
    4. Knowledge, understanding, support, and commitment of the Bellingham Technical College Mission.
    Skills:
    1. Strong classroom management skills;
    2. Strong computer software skills, including MS Office Suite and learning management systems;
    3. Effective skill in communications and human relations with populations having diverse socio-economic and racial backgrounds an persons with physical and/or learning disabilities;
    4. Excellent oral and written communication skills;
    5. Excellent interpersonal skills
    6. Excellent collaborative skills;
    7. Creativity and presentation skills;
    8. Excellent organizational skills;
    9. Time management skills;
    10. Participate in professional development activities to remain current in program field and skills.
    Ability to:
    1. Organize and present various curriculum concepts to a wide range of students with varying backgrounds and abilities and adjust teaching techniques accordingly;
    2. Assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems, and exercise independent judgment when making decisions;
    3. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators and other contacts;
    4. Possess strong human relations skills and the ability to effectively relate to diverse personalities;
    5. Work effectively with colleagues in an environment that promotes innovation, teaching, learning and service to a diverse student population;
    6. Demonstrate and model professional work standards: conduct, work ethics, positive interpersonal skills, problem solving, teamwork within the college and department;
    7. Work effectively in a participatory governance environment;
    8. Develop curriculum, including curriculum delivered via different instructional modalities;
    9. Participate in recruitment and articulation activities with local schools, colleges, and universities;
    10. Maintain subject matter currency;
    11. Develop Student Learning Outcomes and to determine their effectiveness in helping students achieve their desired learning outcomes;
    12. Utilize technology in the delivery of instruction and willingness to explore new technologies for instruction and learning;
    13. Effectively work with students from diverse backgrounds who have a wide range of skills, motivations, preparation, and academic and career goals;
    14. Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the community at-large;
    15. Work closely with Accessibility Resources for students with accommodation needs;
    16. Obtain and maintain First Aid and CPR certification.
    Working Environment & Physical Abilities: Indoor, office environment; Hearing and speaking to exchange information; Vision sufficient to read various materials; Dexterity of hands and fingers to perform the tasks required of the position; Regularly stand, walk, and sit for extended periods of time; Bending at waist, kneeling, or crouching; Reaching overhead, above the shoulders, and horizontally; Lifting and carrying objects up to 20 lbs.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    Salary Statement: Salary range is typically $40,665 to $56,291, for an applicant with minimal levels of teaching and education experience and is based on a typical teaching schedule of 10 months, September through June, 187.5 days. High end of range is $63,707 for those with previous related teaching experience and advanced educational degrees. Final placement is determined according to the current negotiated working agreement and based on an evaluation of work and/or teaching experience. Additional optional compensation may be paid above the 187.5 day contract rate subject to terms of the collective bargaining agreement such as eligibility for an annual $2,163 stipend and extra optional days. This position is also eligible for a generous Washington State insurance and retirement benefits package. Condition of Employment: This position is represented by the Bellingham Educational Association (BEA). BEA membership or payment of equivalent representation fee is required. Application Procedures and Deadline: Required application materials must be submitted on-line at
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm and received by 5 p.m. on May 31, 2016, for priority consideration. Application materials received after this may be considered until the position is filled. More information about Bellingham Technical College is at www.btc.edu or contact the Human Resources office at 360 752-8354. Required Online Application Materials (prefer attachments in Word or PDF file):
    1. BTC Online Employment Application including Supplemental Questions;
    2. Attach cover letter to Human Resources that a) specifically addresses how your education and experience relates to the qualifications for this position and b) briefly details how you meet the duties and responsibilities listed;
    3. Attach current resume or Vitae;
    4. Attach unofficial copy of all transcripts uploaded with online application (official transcripts will be required upon hire.) Please remove any confidential information (i.e. birthdate, SS#) prior to attaching.
    Interviews are anticipated to be held in mid to late June, 2016.
    The application package and all materials submitted with it become the property of the college and will not be returned or considered for additional or future openings.
    Mission: Bellingham Technical College provides student-centered, high-quality professional technical education for today's needs and tomorrow's opportunities. Employment Eligibility Verification: Bellingham Technical College employs only United States citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the Department of Homeland Security.
    Non Discrimination/Equal Opportunity: Bellingham Technical College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All Inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievance procedures should be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225; (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    Disability Accommodations: Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm 3028 Lindbergh Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225 360 752-8354 jobs@btc.edu
    Position #2016-00016 FACULTY-FT ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Phone:
    360-752-8354
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/11/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
  • Field Technician - Palermitano Solutions LLC
    Employer:
    Palermitano Solutions LLC
    We are a young AV integrator from Argentina that rapidly expanded to Chile and that has recently opened offices in California with Google´s support.
    We are currently building a young team of technicians that can help us with our installations while they earn a great work experience in Silicon Valley and great possibilities of landing a good long-term job. If necessary, as part of our job offer, we will be making housing arrangements for our employees. A brief job description can be seen below.

    We are looking for Field Technicians to perform Audio and Video Installations in corporate businesses (most of the times at Google Inc.)

    Job consists of multiple tasks. Some of them are specified below:

    1. Soldering and cable preparing (Audio, Video and RS232 Control Cables)
    2. Mounting TVs, Screens, Projectors, Projector Screens, Speakers, Cameras, Microphones, Lights.
    3.Taking measurements and going through the drawings.
    4. Pulling cables through conduits or ceiling trays.
    5. Cabling Racks

    Advantages to get the job:

    1. Electronic Technician school attended.
    2. Auto CAD Experience.
    3. Experience in AV.
    4. Predisposition to learn and work hard-Spanish speaker is a plus.


    Thank you for your time. We look forward to hearing from you.
    To Apply please email resume: florentino@palermitanosolutions.com
    Tel: +1 985 227 2952
    www.palermitanosolutions.com
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Florentino Molina
    Phone:
    1 985 227 2952
    City:
    Silicon Valley California
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Fisheries Instructor/Coordinator - Tenure Track - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    PRIORITY CONSIDERATION BY:
    05/27/16 05:00 PM
    DESCRIPTION:
    Bellingham Technical College invites applications for one full-time, tenure track position in the Fisheries and Aquaculture Sciences program. The position reports to the Dean of Professional Technical Education and is anticipated to begin in September, 2016. The position is split 70/30 between program instruction and coordination. The position follows the academic calendar. Evening and online instruction will be required elements of the position. Some weekend work may also be required. A supplemental contract for additional days in the summer may be issued. This position may also be on-call during off-hours for hatchery related business and emergencies. The Fisheries & Aquaculture Sciences program prepares students for employment in a variety of fisheries occupations with emphasis on fish culture and aquaculture. Teaching content includes such subjects as: Water Qualify, Salmonid Biology, Fish and Shellfish Biology; Aquaculture Techniques, Hatchery Operations, Spawning Techniques, Habitat Restoration Techniques, Fisheries Management, and the Ecology of Rivers, Lakes and Streams. This position will also interface with Western Washington University (WWU) and Northwest Indian College (NWIC) for students desiring a transfer degree program to both aforementioned institutions. The program operates in partnership with several regional and statewide industries and agencies. This program operates the Whatcom Creek Hatchery at the Maritime Heritage Park in Bellingham, the Bellingham Hatchery at Whatcom Falls Park, and during certain times of the year, also assists with spawning at the Samish Hatchery in Burlington, WA. Additional administrative and coordination duties involve attendance at meetings, completing and sending reports to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife regarding fish and egg counts by type, working and scheduling with various vendors for egg and fish carcass removal. The successful candidate will be expected to establish a successful and supportive learning environment for a diverse college student population with a wide-range of backgrounds and experiences. The teaching schedule will vary based on student and college needs and is expected to include instructional strategies that use in-person, simulation, blended, online, and hands on techniques.
    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Plan, develop and teach Fisheries and Aquaculture coursework including didactic, lab and clinical instruction that are part of the Fisheries two-year
    Associate of Applied Science degree and/or Fisheries Resources certificate; 2. Work collaboratively with the Washington State Fish and Wildlife department on all hatchery operations at the Bellingham hatchery and the Whatcom Creek hatchery;
    3. Work within College guidelines in purchasing supplies for the Fisheries and Aquaculture program and maintain the program budget;
    4. Work collaboratively as part of the Fisheries & Aquaculture department;
    5. Develop, update and revise curriculum and lesson plans; conduct classroom discussions, lectures and demonstrations;
    6. Apply necessary components of math, human relations, computer skills, and communications in the technical curriculum;
    7. Demonstrate and model professional work standards: conduct, work ethics, positive interpersonal skills, problem solving, teamwork within the college and department;
    8. In addition, responsibilities will include:
    1. Develop, plan, implement, and maintain the program budget;
    2. Advise students;
    3. Participate in program management;
    4. Participate in student recruitment activities;
    5. Monitor, supervise, evaluate and document student performance;
    6. Assist with student success and retention;
    7. Work with the program advisory committee; 8. Manage, maintain and requisition instructional records, supplies, materials, and equipment;
    9. Work with local, regional and national employers to facilitate job and internship opportunities;
    10. Participate in community outreach activities;
    11. Adhere and ensure compliance with applicable safety laws;
    12. Participate in program and campus events;
    13. Serve on campus-wide committees';
    14. Hold office hours;
    15. Demonstrate a strong commitment to Bellingham Technical College's Mission;
    16. Perform other program responsibilities as required.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Required Qualifications:
    1. Minimum three years' experience in hatchery management and operations;
    2. Ability to use the Internet, Word, Excel, Outlook, and other computerized instructional technology required of the program;
    3. Strong positive interpersonal skills;
    4. Strong oral and written communication skills;
    5. Ability to work closely with other instructors;
    6. Ability to work with diverse student populations;
    7. Valid driver's license to travel from site to site.
    New instructors must complete industrial first aid/CPR and maintain vocational certification as required by the Washington State Law and Bellingham Technical College rules. Preferred Qualifications:
    1. Bachelor's Degree or higher in marine biology, aquatic and fishery sciences, ocean sciences, or related field;
    2. Recent instructional experience in fisheries and hatchery operations or related fields;
    3. Supervisory and management experience;
    4. Experience in habitat restoration and aquatic ecology;
    5. Curriculum and course development experience;
    6. Proven experience working with state, federal, tribal, and private entities;
    7. Successful grant writing and management experience.
    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: The knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below represent the characteristics and performance expectations of the position. Applicants do not necessarily need to enter the position with all of these knowledge, skills, and abilities.
    Knowledge:
    1. Knowledge and understanding of area of specialty;
    2. Knowledge of current educational teaching methods and strategies;
    3. Knowledge of institutional accreditation, planning, and continuous quality improvement;
    4. Knowledge, understanding, support, and commitment of the Bellingham Technical College Mission.
    Skills:
    1. Strong classroom management skills;
    2. Effective skill in communications and human relations with populations having diverse socio-economic and racial backgrounds and persons with physical and/or learning disabilities;
    3. Excellent oral and written communication skills;

    5. Excellent collaborative skills;
    6. Creativity and presentation skills;
    7. Excellent organizational skills;
    8. Time management skills;
    9. Participate in professional development activities to remain current in program field and skills.
    Ability to:
    1. Ability to use of educational technology and alternative delivery methods to deliver high-quality instruction (i.e. online, hybrid, and accelerated course formats, course software such as Canvas, video, ITV, etc.);
    2. Ability to develop strong computer software skills, including MS Office Suite and learning management systems;
    3. Anticipate and adapt to the dynamically changing arena of post-secondary education, including the ability to perceive opportunity and assist the college in moving in new directions;
    4. Organize and effectively apply current and various curriculum concepts to a wide range of students with varying backgrounds and abilities and adjust teaching techniques accordingly;
    5. Assume responsibility; deal effectively with problems, and exercise independent judgment when making decisions;
    6. Develop and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators and other contacts;
    7. Work effectively with colleagues in an environment that promotes innovation, teaching, learning and service to a diverse student population;
    8. Work effectively in a participatory governance environment;
    9. Develop curriculum, including curriculum delivered via different instructional modalities;
    10. Participate in recruitment and articulation activities with local schools, colleges, and universities;
    11. Maintain subject matter currency;
    12. Develop Student Learning Outcomes and to determine their effectiveness in helping students achieve their desired learning outcomes;
    13. Utilize technology in the delivery of instruction and willingness to explore new technologies for instruction and learning;
    14. Work effectively with students, colleagues, staff and a community who represent a broad spectrum of ages, abilities, ethnicities, and educational, economic, and cultural backgrounds;
    15. Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the community at-large;
    16. Ability to work with business, industry, and other educational institutions, and government agencies to establish partnerships;
    17. Work closely with Accessibility Resources for students with accommodation needs;
    18. Maintain absolute confidentiality of student records;
    19. Obtain and maintain First Aid and CPR certification.
    Physical Work Environment:
    Requires being mobile and standing for long periods of time; Walking, stooping, bending and lifting; Manual dexterity; Repeated pushing, pulling and lifting of 50 or more pounds; Bending, twisting, crouching, kneeling, and squatting; Reaching below knees, knees to shoulders, above shoulder; Moving freely from one building to another; working on uneven surfaces; Work both indoors and outdoors, often in inclement weather conditions and extreme ambient temperatures (heat or cold); ability to work while standing in cold water wearing hip waders and rain gear; ability to swim; work from heights and utilize ladders and working at a computer.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    Salary Statement: Salary range is typically $43,142 to $56,291 for an applicant with minimal levels of teaching and education experience and is based on a typical teaching schedule of 10 months, September through June, 187.5 days. High end of range is $63,707 for those with previous related teaching experience and advanced educational degrees. Final placement is determined according to the current negotiated working agreement and based on an evaluation of work and/or teaching experience. Additional optional compensation may be paid above the 187.5 day contract rate subject to terms of the collective bargaining agreement such as eligibility for an annual $2,163 stipend and extra optional days. Additional summer contract and compensation paid for summer quarter when program is in session. This position is also eligible for a generous Washington State insurance and retirement benefits package. Condition of Employment: This position is represented by the Bellingham Educational Association (BEA). BEA membership or payment of equivalent representation fee is required.
    Application Procedures and Deadline:
    Required application materials must be submitted on-line at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm and received by 5 p.m. on May 27, 2016, for priority consideration. Application materials received after this may be considered until the position is filled. More information about Bellingham Technical College is at www.btc.edu or contact the Human Resources office at 360 752-8354. Required Online Application Materials: (Prefer Word or PDF file for required attachments)
    1. Completed BTC on-line Employment Application including supplemental questions;
    2. Attach current resume;
    3. Attach cover letter to Human Resources, addressing your interest in the position as well as qualifications as applied to the duties and responsibilities of this position;
    4. Official transcripts of any degrees listed will be required upon hire, but not as part of the application process.
    Interviews are tentatively scheduled to be held between June 13-15, 2016. The application package and all materials submitted with it become the property of the college and will not be returned or considered for additional or future openings.
    Mission: Bellingham Technical College provides student-centered, high-quality professional technical education for today's needs and tomorrow's opportunities. Employment Eligibility Verification: Bellingham Technical College employs only United States citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the Department of Homeland Security.
    Non Discrimination/Equal Opportunity: Bellingham Technical College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All Inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievance procedures should be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225; (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    Disability Accommodations: Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm 3028 Lindbergh Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225 360 752-8354 jobs@btc.edu
    Position #2016-00015 FISHERIES INSTRUCTOR/COORDINATOR - TENURE TRACK TW
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    HR
    Phone:
    360 752 8354
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
  • Forklift Operators - Bellingham Cold Storage
    Employer:
    Bellingham Cold Storage
    Bellingham Cold Storage has several current openings for forklift operators. We do on-the-job training, and are very interested in attracting graduating students who are 18 YOA or older.
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Sheryl
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • General Labor - Vending and Fountain Equipment - Pepsi Beverages Company
    Employer:
    Pepsi Beverages Company
    The position will be posted to the Pepsi Beverages career site at: (http://www.pepsijobs.com)

    Position Location: Kent, WA
    Position Title: General Labor - Vending and Fountain Equipment (FT/Days) Job Description:
    Cleans and prepares vending equipment for refurbishment and rebuilding as needed. Position prepares equipment surfaces for repainting, resurfacing or application of new decals/facings. Requires work on vending machines that weigh approximately 800 -- 1200 pounds. Lifts are used, but may be required to push, pull and move equipment as well as kneel and/or squat to work on equipment. Forklift experience helpful as well as general knowledge of hand and power tools.
    PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
    1. Perform various physical duties as assigned, including but not limited to sorting, stacking, cleaning, minor repair, and/or maintenance tasks
    2. Collect accurate and complete equipment information
    3. Remove old parts
    4. Complete paperwork on job and maintain accurate maintenance records
    5. Maintain all safety standards
    6. Regular, reliable, predictable attendance
    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. 18 years or older; 21 years or older if CDL Required
    2. Pass the drug test
    3. Pass DOT physical and DOT Road Test (if applicable)
    4. Pass the background checks
    5. Valid CDL license (if required)
    6. Follow DOT Regulations
    Type of Position: Full-time
    Driving Requirement: No Driver Licensing Requirement
    Shift: Days
    Starting Pay: $16.24 - $18.74 per hour
    For immediate consideration, please go to www.pepsijobs.com
    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
    PepsiCo is an equal opportunity employer.
    Minorities/Females/Disability/Protected Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
    Pepsi Beverages Company www.pepsijobs.com Tell a Friend!
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Kent
    Zip:
    98057
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    16.24-18.7
  • Head Cook/Kitchen Manager, Assistant Cook, Kitchen Aide, Dishwasher - Camp Kirby
    Employer:
    Camp Kirby
    The following positions are available: Head Cook/Kitchen Manager, Assistant Cook, Kitchen Aide, Dishwasher
    Head Cook/Kitchen Manager Responsibilitiies Include:
    Implementing the menu, food ordering, meal preparation, kitchen maintenance, inventory and supervision of kitchen staff. MUST have a current Food Handler's Permit, and prior supervisory experience.
    Assistant Cook:
    Responsible for assisting the cook with food preparation, kitchen maintenance and other duties as assigned. MUST have a current Food Handler's Permit.
    Kitchen Aide:
    Resposible for assisting the cooks with food preparation, kitchen maintenance, and other duties as assigned. MUST have current Food Handler's Permit.
    Dishwasher:
    Responisble for proper washing of all camp dishes, putting all dishes away, assisting with cleaning the kitchen, dish-pit maintenance, and other duties as assigned. Other duties include but are not limited to assisting in the kitchen as needed. MUST have current Food Handler's Permit.
    All positions are needed from July 1st 2016– August 14th 2016.
    Please Contact our Camp Director for more information:
    Kathryn “KitKat” Luera
    (360)733-5710
    Kathryn@campfiresamish.org
    Application available at www.campkirby.org
    Camp Kirby is a drug, alcohol, and to bacco free atmosphere and site.
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Hours:
    Seasonal
    Contact:
    Kathryn
    Phone:
    360-733-5710
    City:
    Skagit County
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
  • Higher Education Access VISTA - Opportunity Council
    Employer:
    Opportunity Council
    Opportunity Council - Higher Education Access VISTA




    Bellingham Technical College (BTC) provides a gateway for residents living in poverty to access adult basic education and workforce training. This VISTA project will help BTC reach over 800 students who face poverty achieve success in reaching their career goals through increasing financial literacy and financial management skills. Programs which focus on providing standard academic knowledge, literacy, and job skills are vital in helping those living in poverty increase their wages and improve their economic status. One of the primary barriers to accessing adult education are high poverty levels, coupled with low financial literacy and management skills. This project will increase access to education and improve financial literacy and asset management skills for citizens in poverty by supporting the development of an expanded, effective financial aid, literacy and management support system for members of these populations. The Opportunity Council is a private non-profit community action agency serving Whatcom, Island and San Juan counties. The mission of the agency is to act as a catalyst for positive change, both in the community and in the lives of the people it serves. Beyond this, the Opportunity Council houses 11 AmeriCorps VISTA positions throughout Whatcom County, acting as an intermediary agency between the individual sites and the national VISTA program.



    Member Duties : The VISTA will: 1. Develop instruments to assess financial service needs and gaps in financial literacy and management skills for targeted students. 2. Develop research strategies and assessment approaches that determine best practices to help those in poverty gain access to financial aid resources and enhance financial literacy and management skills maximizing “free” funding in order to decrease overall debt load. 3. Build measurement tools to measure progress towards targeted students gaining access to financial resources and improvement in financial literacy and management skills. The VISTA will also be responsible for fulfilling VISTA member duties such as, but not limited to, participating in National Days of Service including MLK Day, Ceasar Chavez Day and National VISTA Week. Members will also attend monthly VISTA meetings facilitated by the intermediary agency.

    Program Benefits : Childcare assistance if eligible , Training , Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend , Stipend , Relocation Allowance , Housing , Health Coverage* .


    Pay is dependant on experience
    *For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit http://www.vistacampus.gov/healthcare

    Terms :
    Permits attendance at school during off hours, Permits working at another job during off hours, Car recommended .

    Service Areas :
    Community and Economic Development .

    Skills :
    Recruitment , Communications , Fund raising/Grant Writing , Leadership , Team Work , General Skills , Public Speaking .


    Apply Now

    SUMMARY
    Program Type:
    AmeriCorps VISTA

    Program
    Opportunity Council - Higher Education Access VISTA


    Program Start/End Date
    07/18/2016 - 07/17/2017


    Work Schedule Full Time


    Education level
    College graduate


    Age Requirement
    Minimum: 18 Maximum: None


    Program Locations WASHINGTON


    Languages
    English


    Accepting Applications
    From 05/04/2016 To 06/10/2016


    Contact Kristy Gallegos
    1111 Cornwall Ave
    Bellingham WA 98225
    360-734-5121
    kristy_gallegos@oppco.org
    oppco.org
    AmeriCorps VISTA
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Kristy Gallegos
    Phone:
    360-734-5121
    Address:
    1111 Cornwall Ave
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Home Care Aide - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.

    Position: Home Care Aide

    Level & Employee Status: Level I - Part-time (under 30 hours per week) with the potential for full-time

    Starting Wage: $11.00 per hour

    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    1. Carry out all aspects of client care plan as directed by the Program Director
    2. Thoroughly documenting shift in appropriate logs to communicate with co-workers as well as reading previous shift logs prior to working scheduled shift
    3. Maintain confidentiality of client records and information to the highest degree
    4. Inform the Program Director of client, guardian/representative and community interactions
    5. Transport clients as directed by the client’s care plan
    6. Accompany, supervise, and assist clients on community outings
    7. Abide by and understand agency policies and procedures
    8. Assist and instruct participants in emergency evacuation procedures
    9. Establish and maintain positive communication and working relationships with participants and the people they interact with in all aspects of their life.
    10. Immediately report evidence of abuse or witnessed neglect to appropriate agency and Program Director
    11. Offer clients support, guidance, and direction in carrying out their responsibilities, activities, and decisions
    12. Perform and maintain participants’ living environment (household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.), if directed by client’s care plan
    Job Requirements:
    1. WA State driver license
    2. Able to pass a criminal history background check
    3. At least 18 years of age
    4. Have obtained a high school diploma or GED
    5. Pass a drug test to meet our drug-free workplace policy.
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    PT to FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11
  • HVAC Technician - CPI Plumbing and Heating Inc.
    Employer:
    CPI Plumbing and Heating Inc.
    CPI Plumbing and Heating Inc. is looking for YOU!
    If you are a skilled HVAC Technician, Residential or Journeyman Plumber, and have a great attitude we want you on our team. We are a growing company with highly skilled people serving the Skagit Valley and surrounding communities. Our mission statement:
    “We are committed to creating a positive impact in the communities we serve, while providing a secure and satisfying workplace for our team members”.
    If this fits who you are we want to talk with you. We offer top pay with unlimited earning potential, weekly training to stay up on the latest advances in the industry and hone your skills, and excellent benefits.
    Please don’t hesitate to contact us @ 360-428-5636 or visit our office @ 1900 Railroad Ave in Mount Vernon, WA 98273. Ask for Steve or Oly. We look forward to hearing from you and having you on our team!
    Pay is Dependant on Experience.
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Steve or Oly
    Phone:
    360-428-5636
    Address:
    1900 Railroad Ave
    City:
    Mt Vernon
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Instrument Mechanic - US Oil and Refining
    Employer:
    US Oil and Refining
    Position:
    The Instrument Mechanic will be responsible for repair of instruments and analyzers throughout the refinery and may also be required to repair or assist other multi-craft mechanics in the routine maintenance of other refinery equipment.
    Skills, Knowledge & Abilities
    1. At least three (3) years experience and journeyman skill level in instrument troubleshooting and repair, including both pneumatic and electronic instruments in an industrial maintenance environment. In-depth experience with distributed digital control systems required.
    2. Experience in repair, calibration and troubleshooting of gas analyzers a plus.
    3. Experience and ability to demonstrate journeyman skill level in a second craft within six months of hiring.
    4. Ability and willingness to develop usable skill level in a third craft area prior to final qualification as “A” Mechanic.
    5. Ability to read and interpret blueprints, plans, circuit diagrams, and loop diagrams.
    6. High School diploma or equivalent. Tech school diploma highly desirable.
    7. Ability and willingness to do outside work in all weather with considerable climbing. Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds is required.
    8. Ability and willingness to do work in confined spaces when required.
    9. Willingness to do rotation shift work and a fair share of overtime when it occurs.
    10. Willingness to do marine vessel mooring activities including deployment of boom, mooring lines and connect/disconnect of loading hoses.
    Wages & General Employment Conditions
    1. U.S. Oil is a USW Union plant.
    2. Wage rates: Assistant Mechanic $34.50
    B-Mechanic $35.25
    A-Mechanic (Multicraft) $37.85 (upon demonstration of 2nd Journeyman Level skill and usable skill level in third craft area)
    3. Shift differential: Swing shift $ .75
    4. Graveyard $1.50
    5. Beards are not allowed by WISHA regulations, since the employee is trained in and may have to use fresh-air breathing gear.
    6. A pre-employment physical is required. This physical includes a drug test. There is also a random drug testing program for all Maintenance Department employees.
    7. The employee will be on probation for the first six months of employment. During this period, work performance is reviewed several times to be certain the employee is suitable for long-term employment as a mechanic in the Maintenance Department.
    Apply Online:http://usor.com/opps/application
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Tacoma
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $34.50 DOE
  • Internship-QA team - Road-iQ
    Employer:
    Road-iQ
    Road-iQ is a Bellingham based vehicle vision safety systems company that engineers and builds surround view digital video recording systems for heavy trucks and RV’s. We make extensive use of Linux, iOS, and LAMP systems to build a total solution including an in-vehicle intranet server, 4G LTE Gateway, iOS based User Interface App, a diagnostics portal and an end user access portal.

    We need interns this summer who are interested in joining our QA team to validate the system both in the office and in the field. This opportunity will give you exposure to Quality Assurance practices, test execution, system diagnostics, test automation, video evaluation, wireless connectivity end to end evaluation, iOS application testing and diagnosing, vehicle data bus interfacing, customer service, and many other technical issues.

    You will be working with our existing QA staff to ensure tests are executed and developed to make sure the product is really ready to ship.

    Skills we want to see:

    1. Ability to program in Python and JavaScript
    2. Good oral and written communication skills in English
    3. Proficiency at following a defined workflow
    4. Fast learner with good attention to details
    5. Creative ability to find weaknesses in systems and break things
    6. understanding of how servers work
    7. about a year of using Linux or Unix
    8. Electrical engineering a plus

    Educational Background: High School ’16 Graduate, Community College, Tech School or University. 3 or more programming classes is your educational background
    Hobbies should include software development projects.
    Must be a licensed driver.
    This position pays $12/hr.
    Position starts in June, finishes in September. We can work with your schedule. 30hr-40hrs per week

    We have openings for 3 positions.
    Send your resume to: markmo@road-iq.com


    Hours:
    30-40
    Contact:
    Mark
    Address:
    2183 Alpine Way
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12
  • Lab Tech-1 - BP
    Employer:
    BP
    Role synopsis:
    The Cherry Point Lab offers an exciting opportunity for Quality Assurance Lab Technicians. This position is responsible for instrumental and chemical analysis of refined petroleum products, intermediates, compressed gases, and waste water for product quality assurance, process optimization, and environmental compliance purposes.
    Key accountabilities
    1. Analysis of water and hydrocarbon samples in a safe, reliable and efficient manner through application of established procedures, operation of complex laboratory instrumentation, and strict adherence to safety standards. 2. Reporting of data to refinery stakeholders via established Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS).
    3. Records and maintains accurate records of analysis.
    4. Provides prompt and accurate testing of routine and non-routine samples using the required method/standard.
    5. Performs any required retesting and communicates off-specification product results to stakeholders
    6. Communicates accurately any unusual observations made during analysis of samples so as to assist in resolving internal non-conformances.
    7. Maintenance, calibration, troubleshooting, and minor repair of assigned laboratory instrumentation.
    8. Assists the laboratory chemists and supervisors in the development of new test procedures.
    9. Works well with team members and others to achieve product quality and production goals.
    10. Contributes effectively to the team, meeting both team and personal objectives as set.
    11. Understands and supports the day-to-day operational and the longer-term strategic goals of the refinery and quality assurance laboratory. 12. Must be motivated and accountable for achieving long term and day to day goals and tasks.
    13. Must be self-directed and exhibit a high level of initiative
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    Please email resume to:angela.harrison@bp.com
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Angela Harrison
    Phone:
    331-229-7532
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Line Cook - The Village Inn Pub & Eatery
    Employer:
    The Village Inn Pub & Eatery
    PART-TIME, LINE COOK - Experience Required (Bellingham, WA) compensation: DOE, plus tips employment type: part-time

    Are you an energetic, self-motivated and responsible team player? Do you have line cooking experience?? Can you handle working alone without supervision???

    If so, we would like to talk with you about joining our kitchen crew.

    We are currently in need for someone to work 14+ hours a week. Sunday and Monday afternoons into the evening. Also, you should be flexible and willing to work other shifts as necessary. You will need to have at least 1 to 2 years of experience cooking breakfast, lunch and dinner menu items.

    The Village Inn Pub & Eatery is a (locally owned) family friendly neighborhood bar and restaurant.
    Apply in person or email:mabrider@comcast.net
    PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS.
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Mare
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Maintenance Technician - Metrie
    Employer:
    Metrie
    Why join the Metrie Team?

    Since 1926, Metrie Canada has been a leading manufacturer and distributor of interior finishings. We are a family-owned and private company with multiple locations across North America, striving to inspire designers, architects and homeowners. Our dedication to creating high-quality, finely crafted architectural elements has helped us grow to become the largest supplier and manufacturer of solid wood and composite moulding in North America.

    We strive to be a talent-advantaged organization. As a member of the Metrie team, you'll see attainable goals that call upon your talents and skills. Metrie offers a great mix of total rewards for your contributions and exciting opportunities to collaborate with smart and passionate colleagues. Come join our team and help us continue our history of success!

    What will you be doing in the Maintenance Technician position?

    The Maintenance Technician is a member of the Ferndale Manufacturing team and is responsible for supporting the production of Metrie products through the maintenance of equipment and machinery utilized to produce quality products.
    1. Maintain preventative maintenance program for equipment and machines
    2. Conduct inspection of all mechanical equipment and tools located within the building and grounds as per regular maintenance checks and action where necessary
    3. Inspect tools and machines for cleaning deficiencies
    4. Fabricate and install engineered hazard controls (ie. Guards)
    5. Work and collaborate with General Production staff and Operators to proactively and creatively drive initiatives to reduce down time and fall time as well as improving knowledge and skills
    6. Update and maintain all necessary maintenance records, such as inspection reports, service requests, incident reports, turnover sheets, and maintenance/contractor files both in paper and on the computer
    7. Promote teamwork amongst the entire plant to keep operations efficient
    8. Read, understand, and follow all Safe Work Practices for machinery and equipment
    9. Understand company safety regulations and relevant occupational health and safety legislation
    10. Other ad hoc duties as required

    What background will make you successful?
    1. 2+ years of experience and knowledge in areas of tools and machine maintenance
    2. High School Diploma or equivalent
    3. Mechanical aptitude and dexterity in the use of related maintenance tools, equipment and instruments
    4. Understanding of production processes and lines in a factory environment
    5. Demonstrated problem solving and priority planning capabilities
    6. Effective communication with the General Production staff and ability to work with operators and management

    How to submit your interest?

    To apply for this exciting opportunity at Metrie, please submit your resume to Henry.Lai@metrie.com

    Metrie is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer.
    Pay is Dependant on Experience
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Henry
    City:
    Ferndale
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Mid Level Body Technician - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.

    Mid Level Body Technician - Involves but not limited to small to large body panel repair using metal repair tools, repair filler, and sanding.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • moving, handy man, landscaping - Private Employer
    Employer:
    Private Employer
    Local Business expanding and hiring for part time and full time positions.
    The jobs would include moving, handy man, and landscaping. Hoping for hard working, trustworthy employees.
    I pay $15.00 to start and will increase pay if skills and work ethic deem them worthy. If interested please call Crissy Impero: 360-603-6390.
    the website is www.my1stoponline.com.
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Crissy Impero
    Phone:
    360-603-6390
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $15
  • Night Direct Support Professional - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.
    Position: Night Direct Support Professional

    Level & Employee Status: Level I - Part-time (under 30 hours per week) with the potential for full-time

    Starting Wage: $11.00 per hour (plus $0.25 per hour for shift differential)

    Job Summary:

    Responsible for assisting each resident with reaching his/her fullest potential spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically. Will be responsible for assisting each resident with his/her daily needs. The overnight position is a full-time position and requires that staff work 35-40 hours per week and attend mandatory staff meetings once per month as designated by the Program Coordinator or Program Director.

    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    2. Know, understand, and regularly review care and support plans and how to document accordingly
    3. Stay informed of participants’ needs, as well as staff, and communicate in an effective and positive way
    4. Support participants to complete activities of daily living (ADL’s) as independently as possible and help provide access to them to participate in community activities and events
    5. Maintain participants’ living environment (household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.)
    6. Immediately report evidence of abuse or witnessed neglect to appropriate agency and Program Director

    Job Requirements:
    1. WA State driver license
    2. Able to pass a criminal history background check
    3. At least 18 years of age
    4. Have obtained a high school diploma or GED
    5. Pass a drug test to meet our drug-free workplace policy.
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    PT to FT
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $11.25
  • Orthodontic Assistant - Gardner Orthodontics
    Employer:
    Gardner Orthodontics
    We are an orthodontist office searching for an Orthodontic Assistant. We have a great team looking for a graduate that is high energy and was a top student looking for an opportunity in orthodontia. We are willing to train the orthodontic specifics.

    Pay is dependant on experience.
    To apply please send resume to:
    http://joelgardnerorthodontics.com
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Debbie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Paint Prepper - Special Interest Auto Body
    Employer:
    Special Interest Auto Body
    Job Openings at Special Interest Auto Body - Everett
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.
    Paint Prepper - Involves but not limited to seam sealing, sanding, masking, priming, and organizing parts to be painted.

    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Pizza Maker/Line Cook - Pizza'zza
    Employer:
    Pizza'zza
    Pizza'zza, the #1 pizzeria in Bellingham, according to TripAdvisor, and the recent recipient of Sustainable Connections’ 2015 Sustainability Award for Thinking Local First, is growing, and we need talented, enthusiastic, energetic and pleasant people to grow with us.

    Bellingham's newest food truck launched in April! 100% locally built and featuring a 3,600-pound Wood Stone oven, Pizza'zza Mobile food truck parks at local breweries and other fun spots around town, as well as catering festivals, corporate events, and weddings.

    We are currently seeking F/T and P/T pizza makers/line cooks for all 3 locations: Fairhaven, Alabama Hill, and Pizza’zza Mobile. Morning, mid and evening shifts available.

    To be considered for the position, you must have 2 years of professional line cooking experience (pizza experience is a plus), a positive attitude, and be fun to work with.

    Our mission is “to sustainably nourish our community by providing delicious, locally sourced food in a fun and innovative environment.” If that sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, send your resume to: bellinghampizza@gmail.com or drop off a copy at either our Fairhaven or Alabama Hill locations. No phone call please.

    Wage: $14-17 per hour DOE with tips + benefits
    Hours:
    PT FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $14-17 DOE
  • Planner II-Planning and Development Services Department - Whatcom County
    Employer:
    Whatcom County
    Planner II - PDS
    Northwest Annex | Bellingham, WA
    Initial area of assignment: Natural Resources
    Supervisor: PDS Supervisor
    Do you have experience working in the area of Natural Resource Planning, including identification of wetlands, fish and wildlife habitat management, 25development of mitigation plans, and/or shoreline management?
    Do you have proven ability to use excellent communication and people skills to coordinate work efforts among a large variety of groups, agencies and individuals?
    Are you able to apply your first-rate attention to detail and organization skills to help deliver quality work results?
    If you answered yes to these questions, Whatcom County is interested in learning more about your qualifications and experience and how you can best serve and improve county government by filling this key role in the Planning and Development Services Department. This position works directly with the public, advisory committees and other planning staff to carry out the goals of Whatcom County’s Critical Area Ordinance and Shoreline Management Plan specifically in the area of shoreline development, wetlands, and habitat conservation areas.
    Key duties include:
    1. Providing technical review of all development permits and ensuring that development complies with the Critical Areas Ordinance and the Shoreline Management Plan. Specific duties include review of shoreline development proposals, identification of wetlands and habitat conservation areas, wetland delineation verification and approval of mitigation plans.
    2. Preparing technical staff reports for shoreline permits, discretionary permits and presenting findings at public hearings.
    3. Interfacing with the public, state and federal agencies, local tribes and other natural resource professionals.
    4. Implementing and promoting public outreach and education programs.

    Qualifications:


    Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Planning or a related field and 3 years of increasingly responsible, paid, professional experience including at least 2 years of professional experience in area of assignment with in the last 5 years.

    A Master’s degree in a related field can be substituted for up to six months of experience.

    Full Salary Range: $25.96 - $37.16 per hour

    Hiring Range: $25.96 - $27.99 per hour

    Email: hr@co.whatcom.wa.us

    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Address:
    311 Grand Avenue, Suite 107
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $25.96 +
  • Professional Positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Professional Search:
    1. Full Charge Bookkeeper
    2. Fiscal Technician
    3. Accounts Payable
    4. Accounts Receivable
    5. Accounting Manager
    6. CPA
    7. Payroll Manager
    8. Human Resource Manager
    9. Purchasing Coordinator

    Full-Time and Part-Time
    Direct Hire
    $35,000-$80,000+/year

    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    FT PT
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $35-$80k Y
  • Psychiatric Registered Nurse (RN) - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Psychiatric Registered Nurse (RN) - .60 FTE Evening Shift

    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: We are currently hiring for a 0.60 FTE Registered Nurse (RN) Evening Shift (3pm to 11:30pm) for our inpatient services. Registered Nurses provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Responsible for managing the assigned nursing unit(s) on a shift basis to provide safe, efficient and quality patient care. Implement unit programs to meet specific patient care needs. Accountable for making assignments, overseeing completion and documentation of same; and/or providing follow-up of all nursing procedures and staff clinical assignments. Assist Nurse Manager in supervising unit staff by providing direct supervision with regard to attendance and shift assignments; completing annual performance evaluations; and providing input to Nurse Manager regarding hiring, termination, and disciplinary action. Educate staff regarding hospital policies and procedures and ensure compliance with same. Effectively communicate and interface with other departments.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Professional interest and commitment to working with the mentally ill and in the development of care systems for the mentally ill. Knowledge of Involuntary Treatment System. Must be able to work in an interdisciplinary setting, according respect to others based on knowledge and experience, as well as discipline. Tolerant of the stress of an acute psychiatric care setting. Demonstration of leadership traits, good organizational skills, strong clinical and assessment skills. Able to appropriately interact with patients demonstrating sensitivity, tact and respect; as well as setting and maintaining boundaries. Knowledge of theories of human behavior, personality development and psychological and physical cause of mental disorders. Knowledge of principles and techniques of group and individual therapy; understanding of principles and methods of intervention. Familiarity with Washington Administrative Code regulations and professional standards governing the treatment of mentally ill patients.

    Education, Experience, and Certification: Washington State License as a Registered Nurse. Two or more years experience in psychiatric nursing required and one year experience in an acute care setting preferred. One year experience as a supervisor preferred. Must meet the minimum qualification of a Mental Health Professional as per WAC 275.55. Current CPR.

    Physical Abilities: Patient care delivery involves lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, and stooping requiring upper and lower body strength. Lifting up to 50 lbs. may be required without assistance.

    Compensation: Starts at $25.77 per hour, plus shift differentials

    Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.

    To Apply: jobs@navos.org

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $25.77
  • Public Relations/Communications Internship - SPIE
    Employer:
    SPIE
    Public Relations/Communications Internship

    Paid internship, 15 – 20 hours per week, flexible around your class schedule.

    Join our team, sharing the latest scientific advances in light-based technologies from around the world, including biomedical optics, astronomy, lasers, solar, nanotechnology, and more!

    Gain valuable real-world, hands-on experience and make a difference doing important work with a successful, international not-for-profit organization that will look great on your resume!

    Description of duties: Write and post press releases, news items, Tweets, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn posts. Develop and assess campaign plans and data to assess visibility and reach. Research trends, new platforms, brainstorm new ideas, edit photos using Photoshop and post to the web with HTML.

    Our workplace offers: Onsite volleyball and soccer, yoga classes, lunch food trucks, costume contests, picnics, parties and more. Employees may receive discounts on gym memberships, cell phone service, office supplies, zoo tickets, fitness registration fees (5Ks, races, etc.) and many businesses in historical Fairhaven.

    Education and Experience Requirements: Current college students with minimum two years college experience. Communications, Journalism and/or PR students preferred. Significant previous work experience with related tasks preferred.
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Please send a resume and cover letter, indicating how your experience and qualifications match the requirements and why you will be successful in this position to:

    Email: Recruiting@SPIE.org
    Apply online: www.spie.jobs
    Mail: SPIE Human Resources, P.O. Box 10, Bellingham, WA 98227.
    All materials must be received by 5 p.m. June 3, 2016
    SPIE is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. SPIE provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, color, age, religion, protected veteran or disability status, or genetic information.
    Hours:
    15-20
    Contact:
    Robin
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98227
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Reassembly Technician - Special Interest Body Shop
    Employer:
    Special Interest Body Shop
    We are looking to fill a variety of positions in our company as we open a new expansion.

    Reassembly Technician - Involves but not limited to putting the car back together with freshly painted parts, avoiding scratching panels, ensuring fit and finish is correct, perform a final light check (dash and exterior).
    Our system and culture demands that we hire people with high integrity and a strong desire to take care of our customers. Interested applicants can call us directly or email us @ siabinc@yahoo.com. We are willing to hire both part time and full time, and pay is determined on experience. Thank you for your interest.

    Shayne and Brittney Hedahl, Owners

    Special Interest Auto Body, LLC 6410 Evergreen Way Everett, WA 98203-4528 (425)353-2381 (425)353-2391 fax
    Hours:
    PT FT
    Contact:
    Shayne or Brittney
    Phone:
    (425)353-2381
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Receptionist/Office Assistant - Colacurcio Brothers
    Employer:
    Colacurcio Brothers
    Job Description: Looking for Receptionist/Office Assistant.
    Duties include answering multi-line phone system, records filing, calling daily dispatch, data entry, and clerical/administrative support for Accounting and Human Resource Departments.
    Candidates must be organized, detail oriented, work well under pressure, have excellent phone skills, have a working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, and have the ability to learn new software programs.

    Working Hours: Typical hours are Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm.

    Pay Rate: Position starts at $12-14/hour (depending on experience) with the ability to earn more in the future as the position takes on more responsibilities. Health and Vacation benefits are also offered.

    How to Apply: Please apply by email to: hrdept@colacurciobrothers.com or apply in person at 3287 H Street Rd, Blaine WA 98230.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Shannon
    Address:
    3287 H Street Rd
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12-$14
  • Retail Consultant - Sprint
    Employer:
    Sprint
    Job Description - As a Sprint Retail Consultant, you are a mobility expert who is responsible for connecting customers to the things that matter most in their lives. You are strengthening Sprint's Brand by delivering an unparalleled customer experience and outcome that transcends beyond the store visit. You stay current with the latest technologies and industry trends that enable you to provide a total sales solution to the customer. You are responsible for delivering key performance results in customer satisfaction that are most important to Sprint's overall strategy and growth. You are driven to achieve by the happiness of each customer's experience, the success of your store team and the satisfaction that you are changing lives by connecting people to what they enjoy.
    Part-Time Retail Consultant $13.00-14.50 an hour - plus $9,375 in uncap commission


    A Hiring Bonus of $250 will be awarded to new hires into this position and fully paid out following 6 months of continuous service


    If you're interested, please send me a message and Also, attach your resume as well. I look forward to hearing from you!
    Dameka Polite
    Direct: 972-666-8483| Main: 972-666-8448
    dpolite@wheelersp.com
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Dameka Polite
    Phone:
    972-666-8483
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    6/10/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $13 plus
  • RN - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Position: RN 0.6 FTE Day Shift
    Location/Dept: West Seattle/Inpatient Hospital/RU313
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: We are currently hiring for a 0.6 FTE RN Day Shift for our inpatient services. Registered Nurses provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Responsible for managing the assigned nursing unit(s) on a shift basis to provide safe, efficient and quality patient care. Implement unit programs to meet specific patient care needs. Accountable for making assignments, overseeing completion and documentation of same; and/or providing follow-up of all nursing procedures and staff clinical assignments. Assist Nurse Manager in supervising unit staff by providing direct supervision with regard to attendance and shift assignments; completing annual performance evaluations; and providing input to Nurse Manager regarding hiring, termination, and disciplinary action. Educate staff regarding hospital policies and procedures and ensure compliance with same. Effectively communicate and interface with other departments.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Professional interest and commitment to working with the mentally ill and in the development of care systems for the mentally ill. Knowledge of Involuntary Treatment System. Must be able to work in an interdisciplinary setting, according respect to others based on knowledge and experience, as well as discipline. Tolerant of the stress of an acute psychiatric care setting. Demonstration of leadership traits, good organizational skills, strong clinical and assessment skills. Able to appropriately interact with patients demonstrating sensitivity, tact and respect; as well as setting and maintaining boundaries. Knowledge of theories of human behavior, personality development and psychological and physical cause of mental disorders. Knowledge of principles and techniques of group and individual therapy; understanding of principles and methods of intervention. Familiarity with Washington Administrative Code regulations and professional standards governing the treatment of mentally ill patients.

    Education, Experience, and Certification: Washington State License as a Registered Nurse. Two or more years experience in psychiatric nursing required and one year experience in an acute care setting preferred. One year experience as a supervisor preferred. Must meet the minimum qualification of a Mental Health Professional as per WAC 275.55. Current CPR.

    Physical Abilities: Patient care delivery involves lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, and stooping requiring upper and lower body strength. Lifting up to 50 lbs. may be required without assistance..

    To Apply: Please send your resume to jobs@navos.org.

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • RN - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Position: Registered Nurse (RN) - Full-Time Evening Shift
    Location/Dept: West Seattle/Inpatient Hospital

    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: We are currently hiring for a Full-Time Registered Nurse (RN) Evening Shift (3pm to 11:30pm) for our inpatient services. Registered Nurses provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Responsible for managing the assigned nursing unit(s) on a shift basis to provide safe, efficient and quality patient care. Implement unit programs to meet specific patient care needs. Accountable for making assignments, overseeing completion and documentation of same; and/or providing follow-up of all nursing procedures and staff clinical assignments. Assist Nurse Manager in supervising unit staff by providing direct supervision with regard to attendance and shift assignments; completing annual performance evaluations; and providing input to Nurse Manager regarding hiring, termination, and disciplinary action. Educate staff regarding hospital policies and procedures and ensure compliance with same. Effectively communicate and interface with other departments.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Professional interest and commitment to working with the mentally ill and in the development of care systems for the mentally ill. Knowledge of Involuntary Treatment System. Must be able to work in an interdisciplinary setting, according respect to others based on knowledge and experience, as well as discipline. Tolerant of the stress of an acute psychiatric care setting. Demonstration of leadership traits, good organizational skills, strong clinical and assessment skills. Able to appropriately interact with patients demonstrating sensitivity, tact and respect; as well as setting and maintaining boundaries. Knowledge of theories of human behavior, personality development and psychological and physical cause of mental disorders. Knowledge of principles and techniques of group and individual therapy; understanding of principles and methods of intervention. Familiarity with Washington Administrative Code regulations and professional standards governing the treatment of mentally ill patients.
    Education, Experience, and Certification: Washington State License as a Registered Nurse. Two or more years experience in psychiatric nursing required and one year experience in an acute care setting preferred. One year experience as a supervisor preferred. Must meet the minimum qualification of a Mental Health Professional as per WAC 275.55. Current CPR.

    Physical Abilities: Patient care delivery involves lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, and stooping requiring upper and lower body strength. Lifting up to 50 lbs. may be required without assistance.

    Compensation: Starts at $24.77 per hour, plus shift differentials

    Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.

    To Apply:
    Please send your resume to jobs@navos.org.

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $24.77
  • RN and LPN On-Call position - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Position: Registered Nurse (RN) and Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - On-call Location/Dept: West Seattle/Inpatient Hospital

    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: We are currently seeking On Call/Relief RN’s and LPN’s for our inpatient services. Registered Nurses provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Responsible for managing the assigned nursing unit(s) on a shift basis to provide safe, efficient and quality patient care. Implement unit programs to meet specific patient care needs. Accountable for making assignments, overseeing completion and documentation of same; and/or providing follow-up of all nursing procedures and staff clinical assignments. Assist Nurse Manager in supervising unit staff by providing direct supervision with regard to attendance and shift assignments; completing annual performance evaluations; and providing input to Nurse Manager regarding hiring, termination, and disciplinary action. Educate staff regarding hospital policies and procedures and ensure compliance with same. Effectively communicate and interface with other departments. LPN’s will be assisting the Registered Nurse to provide safe and therapeutic care and coordination of services through the nursing process of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Professional interest and commitment to working with the mentally ill and in the development of care systems for the mentally ill. Knowledge of Involuntary Treatment System. Must be able to work in an interdisciplinary setting, according respect to others based on knowledge and experience, as well as discipline. Tolerant of the stress of an acute psychiatric care setting. Demonstration of leadership traits, good organizational skills, strong clinical and assessment skills. Able to appropriately interact with patients demonstrating sensitivity, tact and respect; as well as setting and maintaining boundaries. Knowledge of theories of human behavior, personality development and psychological and physical cause of mental disorders. Knowledge of principles and techniques of group and individual therapy; understanding of principles and methods of intervention. Familiarity with Washington Administrative Code regulations and professional standards governing the treatment of mentally ill patients.
    Education, Experience, and Certification: Washington State License as a Registered Nurse or LPN. One or more years experience in psychiatric nursing preferred, we are accepting new graduates. Must meet the minimum qualification of a Mental Health Professional as per WAC 275.55. Current CPR.
    Physical Abilities: Patient care delivery involves lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, and stooping requiring upper and lower body strength. Lifting up to 50 lbs. may be required without assistance.

    Compensation: DOE

    Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.

    To Apply:
    Please send your resume to jobs@navos.org

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • RN or LPN on-call/Relief - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Position: Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - On-call/Relief Location/Dept: Lake Burien Campus

    Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: Join our team of great nurses and help make a difference for teens as a relief Registered Nurse (RN) at our Lake Burien campus. Dedication and willingness to learn are essential. Work as part of a multidisciplinary team treating youth with emotional & behavioral disorders in a therapeutic residential setting. Provide nursing services to adolescent clients' ages 12-17 and provide support to clients ages 7-12 as needed. Nurses work 12-hour shifts. Home-like facility on a beautiful lakefront setting with free parking for staff and visitors. Program includes an on-site school, therapy and a variety of recreational activities for youth.

    Competitive wages, flexibility and availability on hours and scheduled shifts a must. Available shifts may vary from a few shifts a month to potentially full time opportunities during certain weeks. We offer a generous shift differential. Must be able to attend trainings held during the day M-F when you start.

    Requirements:
    New RN graduates are encouraged to apply. One year nursing experience working with youth with mental health issues, developmental disabilities or behavior challenges is preferred. Other related experience may be acceptable. Effective written and verbal communication skills necessary.
    Possess the knowledge, values, attitude and skills to create a trauma-informed, safe, trusting healing environment that respects the perspectives and experiences of the individuals, families, staff and communities we serve with safety and healing.

    Compensation: DOE

    Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.

    To Apply:
    Please send your resume to jobs@navos.org

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Josh
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • RV Shop Assistant - Al's RV
    Employer:
    Al's RV
    RV Shop Assistant
    Job duties include:
    shop cleaning, pick-up and delivery of parts, building and lot maintenance, and general assistance of technician crew. This is an opportunity for the right person to start an on the job training for a career as an RV technician.
    Offering full time with $10-$14 per hour with possibility of growth. If an applicant possesses enough skill and experience, we are willing to start them as a technician immediately with a pay range of $14-$23 per hour.
    We work on 12v and 110v electrical systems, appliances,all structural items, routine maintenance on motors, generator repair and much more. There are too many items that we do work on to list.
    Medical, dental and paid time off available after 3 months and profit sharing available in the future.
    Our hours are Monday- Friday, 8am-4:30 pm.
    You can apply in person at 4163 Irongate Rd or by email with a resume at service@alsi5rv.com.
    This is a good opportunity to work for a local family owned business that has been successful for over 50 years.

    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Andy Jr
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-$14 +
  • Semi-Skilled Manufacturing Positions - Express Employment Professionals
    Employer:
    Express Employment Professionals
    Semi-Skilled Manufacturing:
    1. Janitors
    2. General Labor
    3. Packaging
    4. Assembly
    5. Banquet Server
    6. Lumber Puller

    All Shifts Available
    Evaluation Hire
    $10.00-$16.00+/hour

    Resumes may be emailed to:
    Kacie.bennett@expresspros.com , Talent Acquisition Specialist
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Kacie
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    6/24/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-16+/hr
  • Server - Pizza'zza
    Employer:
    Pizza'zza
    Pizza'zza, the #1 pizzeria in Bellingham, according to TripAdvisor, and the recent recipient of Sustainable Connections’ 2015 Sustainability Award for Thinking Local First, is growing, and we need talented, enthusiastic, energetic and pleasant people to grow with us.

    Bellingham's newest food truck launched in April! 100% locally built and featuring a 3,600-pound Wood Stone oven, Pizza'zza Mobile food truck parks at local breweries and other fun spots around town, as well as catering festivals, corporate events, and weddings.

    We are currently seeking P/T counter servers for all 3 locations: Fairhaven, Alabama Hill, and Pizza’zza Mobile.

    To be considered for the position you must have a positive attitude, great customer service skills, and be self-motivated. Day shifts available with a duration of 4-6 hours per shift.

    Duties include:
    1. Answer phones, take orders, help guests and ensure an ama’zza’zing pizza experience.
    2. Keep station clean
    3. Stock items used by guests
    4. Wash dishes
    5. Complete other tasks as needed
    6. Promote our Pizza'zza Rewards program
    7. Upselling

    Our mission is “to sustainably nourish our community by providing delicious, locally sourced food in a fun and innovative environment.” If that sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, send your resume to
    bellinghampizza@gmail.com or drop off a copy at either our Fairhaven or Alabama Hill locations. No phone call please.

    Wage: $12.50+ per hour with tips


    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Erica
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12.50
  • Social Media Assistant - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Level & Employee Status: Part-time (20-24 hours per week)

    Starting Wage: Dependant on experience

    Job Summary:

    This position plays an active role in the development and maintenance of Cascade Connection’s online community and image. This role will assist in publishing and managing the agency newsletter, company fundraising promotions/marketing content, maintain all of the agency social media channels that include, but is not limited to, Facebook, and the potential to create, launch, and maintain accounts using other social media outlets. Using strong written and communication skills, be able to maintain agency public correspondence and publications. Must have a strong awareness of privacy policies and attention to detail.

    Qualifications:

    Required:

    2. Proficient with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
    3. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of WordPress administration and security
    4. Experience with SEO best practices, techniques, and keyword research
    5. Strong written communication skills

    Preferred
    1. Comfortable and familiar with PHP, JavaScript, and jQuery or willing to learn
    2. Experience with coding both responsive and mobile websites

    Responsibilities:

    1. Web management
    2. Editing and customizing WordPress plugins and themes
    3. Maintaining, updating, and monitoring hosted websites and managing site security
    4. Optimize websites to ensure they render consistently in cross-browser environments
    5. Monitor the company website’s SEO and overall web presence
    6. Maintain WordPress themes optimized for mobile and tablet devices
    7. Use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign for website, flyers, and other marketing materials
    8. Use Adobe Acrobat to create PDF forms for website download, employee applications, etc.
    9. Works across departments to ensure proper messaging is being executed online that will help reach the company objectives
    10. Supports and protects agency brand by making sure that positive messaging is maintained in community and establish consistency of messages
    11. Knows/understands different social media space and utilizes different consumer statistics to increase productivity of posts
    12. Has good analytical and networking skills

    Additional Requirements:

    1. Must pass a pre-employment drug test
    2. Must successfully pass a criminal background check
    3. DD Specialty training (Required of all employees)
    To apply: Please fill out an employment application located at http://cascadeconnections.org/about-us/employment/
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Student Life Coordinator - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    SALARY:
    $3,863.00 Monthly
    OPENING DATE:
    04/12/16
    PRIORITY CLOSING DATE:
    04/26/16 05:00 PM
    DESCRIPTION:
    Bellingham Technical College invites applications for one full-time, exempt (non-represented) professional position as Student Life Coordinator. Position is anticipated to begin about June 1, 2016. This position is funded 100% from ASBTC (Associated Students) funds. It is exempt from FLSA and is at-will. This position reports to the Director of Advising & Career Services providing support and coordination to enhance the growth and development of all students by providing social, cultural, recreational and educational opportunities for all student to engage with the campus and the local community.
    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    1. Serve as the advisor to the Associated Students of Bellingham Technical College (ASBTC) Student Government;
    2. Works with student leaders, staff and faculty to plan, organize, supervise, and evaluate student efforts for campus clubs and organizations; promotes the creation and development of new campus clubs and organizations; maintains appropriate contact with all clubs and organizations, including club advisors;
    3. Coordinates, designs and implements various workshops and seminars on leadership training and development and team building activities;
    4. Promotes, organizes, and coordinates campus special events such as the ASBTC Year-end BBQ;
    5. Coordinates, prepares and disseminates publications related to student clubs, student activities and student services to students, staff and the community;
    6. Oversees maintenance of accurate records of all Student Activities events and Associated Student activities (including event proposals, budgets, contacts, contracts, media/publicity, and evaluations;
    7. Monitors the ASBTC budget to ensure fiscal accountability; manages facilities and equipment assigned to Student Life;
    8. Works with and supervises the executive council for the ASBTC on development of agenda items, special initiatives, provides guidance for goal setting and execution;
    9. Prepares reports as required in relation to Student Life and organizational activities, events, programs, budgets, and accomplishments;
    10. Coordinates travel arrangements for student related travel in accordance with College policies and procedures;
    11. Communicates with current and potential students about events and/or student life opportunities at BTC;
    12. Assists with the graduation ceremony, as required;
    13. Serves as a liaison between students and Director of Advising and Career Services;
    14. Maintains confidentiality of information exposed to in the course of business regarding students, supervisors and other employees;
    15. Assist in developing and implementing policies and procedures regarding student organizations, student travel, and general student programs;
    16. Provide planning and coordination of logistics for BTC on-campus and off-campus student related events and activities;
    17. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with other departments on campus including Student Services departments, Instruction, faculty, and grant programs, as well as community resources, vendors and non-profit agencies in the course of Student Life activities;
    18. Assist with campus wide retention efforts to achieve student success and completion;
    19. Utilize computerized student and program tracking systems;
    20. Assess programs and services for usage and effectiveness;
    21. Plans, prioritizes, assigns, supervises and reviews work of assigned part-time students;
    22. Attend meetings on and off campus, as scheduled;
    23. Perform other duties as assigned.
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: Knowledge:
    1. Knowledge of effective methods to organize and implement student activities and events;
    2. Knowledge of leadership development;
    3. Knowledge of college policies and procedures.
    Skills:
    1. Excellent interpersonal, coaching, leadership and supervisory skills;
    2. Effective oral and written communication skills;
    3. Effective organizational skills;
    4. Excellent customer service, accuracy in information delivery;
    5. Working effectively in a team environment;
    6. Work with a various software packages such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access or other database management; recordkeeping skills.
    Abilities:
    1. Ability to work and relate to students with different cultural and social backgrounds;
    2. Ability to interpret regulations and guidelines;
    3. Ability to maintain confidentiality;
    4. Ability to work under pressure, prioritize competing demands, and be flexible;
    5. Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision;
    6. Ability to facilitate and conduct workshops, seminars and presentations;
    7. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing, utilizing tact and diplomacy.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Minimum Qualifications:
    1. Bachelor's degree and two years' experience working in higher education or social service delivery setting; or a comparable combination of education and experience;
    2. Experience working with a team;
    3. Excellent interpersonal communication skills and abilities;
    4. Demonstrated ability working with individuals of diverse backgrounds;
    5. Computer literacy with competency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access or other database.
    Preferred Qualifications:
    1. Master's degree in Student Affairs, Adult Education, Higher Education, Counseling, or related field;
    2. Experience working in higher education and/or adult and continuing education;
    3. Experience in student governance, student activities, advising, and/or career services in a technical/community or other college setting;
    4. Workshop, seminar, presentation, facilitator, or teaching experience.
    Physical Work Environment: Regular office setting which requires 2 to 8 hours per day using computer display, keyboard, and mouse; working in an open office environment with frequent interruptions and distractions; occasional activities outdoors; frequently traveling between buildings on campus, to other campuses or out-of-town to attend meetings and conferences; infrequently lifting and carrying items up to 15 lbs.; occasional evening and weekend work hours.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    Compensation and Work Schedule: Salary is $3,863 per month. Position also receives sick, personal and vacation leave accruals, paid state holidays, and a generous Washington State insurance and retirement benefits package. Work schedule is generally Monday through Friday, 40 hours per week. May include occasional night and weekend activities. Extra hours required at peak times. Local travel may also be required.
    Application Procedures and Deadline: Required application materials must be completed and submitted online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm and received by 5 p.m. on April 26, 2016, for priority consideration. Application materials received after this date and time may be considered until the position is filled. More information about Bellingham Technical College is at www.btc.edu or contact the Human Resources Office at (360) 752-8354. Required Online Application Materials:
    1. Completed Online BTC Employment Application & Online Supplemental Questions
    2. Attached Resume (prefer Word or PDF file)
    3. Official transcripts will be required upon hire, but not as part of the application process.
    Examination Requirements: All applicants are required to complete the online Supplemental Questions, which will be scored. Microsoft Office Software and/or other examinations may be administered for finalists.
    Interviews are anticipated to be held May 16 and 18.
    The application package and all materials submitted with it become the property of the college and will not be returned or considered for additional or future openings.
    Mission: Bellingham Technical College provides student-centered, high-quality professional technical education for today's needs and tomorrow's opportunities. Employment Eligibility Verification: Bellingham Technical College employs only United States citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the Department of Homeland Security.
    Non Discrimination/Equal Opportunity: Bellingham Technical College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All Inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievance procedures should be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225; (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    Disability Accommodations: Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.
    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
    http://agency.governmentjobs.com/btc/default.cfm 3028 Lindbergh Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225 360 752-8354 jobs@btc.edu
    Position #2016-00012 STUDENT LIFE COORDINATOR TW
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Phone:
    360-752-8354
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    6/11/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
  • Summer Maintenance Worker - Samish Water District
    Employer:
    Samish Water District
    Samish Water District has an opening for a temporary part-time position.
    Maximum 150 days/1200 hours, $15.00/hour.
    Duties are maintenance of District facilities, including mowing and other duties as assigned.
    Application packages can be obtained at the District’s office at 2195 Nulle road, Bellingham, WA 98229. Open until filled.
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Byron Gaines
    Address:
    2195 Nulle Road
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98229
    Closes:
    6/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $15
  • Survey Crew and Drafting Technician - A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    Employer:
    A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    We are looking for BTC students interested in either a summer F/T position or permanent F/T position. We are in Everett and service mostly Everett and Snohomish County projects. Students can email me directly with their resume and cover letter.

    Survey Crew – you’ll be working on a 2-man crew assisting the Party Chief in a wide assortment of survey practices including Boundaries, Topographic, A.L.T.A, Construction layout, Condominiums, Short Plats, Subdivisions, Boundary Line Adjustments. You’ll learn from licensed surveyors to start or continue your career.

    Drafting Technician – You’ll support field crews and licensed office personnel using Carlson Survey software (AutoCAD embedded) as you produce Topographic maps, Existing Conditions Site Plans, Easement Exhibits, Staking worksheets, Records of Surveys, A.L.T.A. Surveys and calculating layout alignments, centerlines, utilities, etc.

    We are a small, busy office that is a fun place to work with friendly people.
    Pay is dependant on experience

    Harley C. Pawley, P.L.S.
    Surveyor | Manager
    A.S.P.I. Land Surveying & Planning
    (Alpha Subdivision Pro's, Inc.)
    4532-B Evergreen Way
    Everett, WA 98203
    Phone: 425-252-1884 | Fax 425-339-0269
    Web: www.alphasub.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Harley
    Address:
    4532-B Evergreen Way
    City:
    Everett
    Zip:
    98203
    Closes:
    6/26/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Tire Technician - Ferndale Company/Express
    Employer:
    Ferndale Company/Express
    A Ferndale company is looking for a tire technician.

    This position will consist primarily of changing tires on various types of vehicles such as cars, trucks and SUV’s as well as repairing flats. Previous experience is not required, as they are willing to train, however, the ideal candidate will have good customer service, be presentable and mechanically inclined. Also a clean background and driving record is desired as well as someone who can lift up to 70 pounds. Must also be able to pass a drug screen.

    This position is $12.00-$15.00 per hour depending on experience and will be day shift but will have varying hours and the possibility of being on call. This company offers great benefits once hired on.


    To Apply please contact:
    Kacie Bennett
    Recruiter
    4152 Meridian Street Suite 201
    Bellingham, WA 98226
    Office: 360-734.2457 Fax: 360-734-3812
    Hours:
    Ask
    Contact:
    Kacie
    Phone:
    360-734-2457
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    6/27/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $12-$15
  • Welder/Service Tech - Excel Dairy Services Inc.
    Employer:
    Excel Dairy Services Inc.
    Looking for a stable industry to invest your talents? We are the 1st company to install Robotic Milking Equipment in the States of Washington and Oregon. Come join the Excel Dairy Service team. We have been in business for over 20 years and still growing strong. If you have the ability to tig. Arc, &/or migh weld, come see us. In addition t owelding, Service Technicians are able to use their talents or become proficient in Fabrication, Elcetrical, Pneumatics, Plumbing, and/or Refigeration installations, maintenance, and trouble shooting. We will train people willing & able to learn.
    Full time with benefits. Wages DOE.
    If this sound interesting to you…send your resume or questions via: email: ajohnson@exceldairy.com or in person or mail to: Excel Dairy Service Inc 2725 Old Hwy 99 S Mount Vernon WA 98273
    or Fax to: 360.848.1425 Attn: Aaron Johnson
    Hours:
    Hourly/FT
    Contact:
    Aaron Johnson
    Phone:
    3609411577
    City:
    Mount Vernon
    Closes:
    6/18/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Youth Residential Counselors - Navos
    Employer:
    Navos
    Position: Youth Residential Counselors - Full-Time, Part-Time, Day, Evening, and Overnight Shifts
    Location/Dept: Burien/CLIP and BRS

    Navos Mission: Navos is committed to transforming the quality of life of people vulnerable to mental illness and addictions by providing a broad continuum of care. We believe that diversity, inclusion and equity are vital to living our values and achieving our mission.

    Position Summary: Provide direct care and supervision for children and youth with emotional & behavioral challenges in a therapeutic residential treatment environment. Successful candidates will possess an understanding of trauma-informed as well as family-centered care and have experience working with children and youth with complex needs. This position works in a milieu setting using the engagement model of care.
    Teaming with other staff, our counselors support clients to meet treatment and behavioral goals by implementing plans that teach clients emotional regulation skills, social skills, collaborative problem solving skills, and independent living skills.
    We have openings for Full Time Active (CLIP) and Full Time Awake Overnight (BRS and CLIP), Part Time and on-call Youth Residential Counselor positions for our Behavioral Rehabilitation Services program (BRS) and Children’s Long-term Inpatient Program (CLIP). Residential Counselors will work with all youth based on the needs of the milieu, population/schedule preference and availability. On-call and part time positions have potential to become full time.
    BRS currently serves youth ages 6-14 years of age and will expand within the next six months to serve youth from 6-17 years of age.BRS is a temporary support and treatment program for youth with high needs.
    CLIP serves youth ages 12-17 in an intensive inpatient mental health treatment program provided in a secure setting. CLIP is a treatment program for youth who present a risk to themselves or others or are gravely disabled due to mental health conditions.
    All Full Time Youth Residential Counselors working Active shifts (day/swing) are required to work both Saturdays and Sundays. Scheduled shifts may fluctuate between day or swing dependent on the needs of the milieu and the availability of staff.
    Must be 21 by hire date, per our contracts.
    Must have some flexibility to attend trainings that may be offered on weekdays and/or weekends.
    Must be able to attend a one-time Human Resources Orientation on a Monday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

    Requirements: Applicants must possess a Bachelor Degree in Behavior Sciences (preferred) or High School Diploma or equivalent. One year experience working with children/youth preferred, if only have a high school degree it is required. Must possess or be able to obtain a valid WA State Driver’s License, Current First Aid and CPR certification and WA State Food Handlers Permit. Applicants must also demonstrate effective communication, conflict resolution, problem-solving skills, writing skills, and be able to work without supervision.
    Bilingual/Spanish/ASL candidates desired.
    Washington State agency affiliated counselor registration may be required for some positions after you accept a position.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Possess the knowledge, values, attitude and skills to create a trauma-informed, safe, trusting healing environment that respects the perspectives and experiences of the individuals, families, staff and communities we serve with safety and healing.

    Physical Abilities: Ability to perform a range of physical motions including but not limited to: Lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs; standing, walking, sitting for long periods of time; kneeling, squatting, and stooping; running for brief periods of time; and go up and down stairs.

    Compensation: $15.04-$17.04/hr including differential

    Any job offer will be contingent upon the results of an updated background investigation.

    To Apply: Please submit a Cover Letter, Resume and References for considerations. Navos will contact those most qualified for the position. Submissions without a cover letter and resume will not be considered.

    Please send documents to jobs@navos.org.

    Navos is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, handicap, marital status, or veteran status.
    Josh Wallace MPA Recruiter joshua.wallace@navos.org t: (206) 933-7007 c: (206) 412-2393 f: (206) 933-7005 2600 Southwest Holden Street Seattle, Washington 98126
    Hours:
    All
    Contact:
    Joshua
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98126
    Closes:
    6/19/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $15.04-$17