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    Electronics, Instrumentation and Process Tech
  • Field Construction Boilermaker Apprentice - Western States Joint Apprenticeship Program
    Employer:
    Western States Joint Apprenticeship Program
    Announcement of Boilermakers Apprenticeship Openings Woman and Minorities are encouraged to apply
    The Boilermakers trade includes the fabrication, installation, modification and repair of boilers, hydro dams, tanks, pressure vessels, furnaces and associated equipmentsuch as stacks, platforms in power plants, petroleum refinement, chemical plants, paper mills, steel mills and food and beverage plants.
    The skills required of a construction boilermaker consists of reading bueprints, rigging of heavy loads, burning, welding, layout, fit up, fabrication of metal parts and often working in high places in excess of 100 feet.

    Please be advised that application for Field Construction Boilermaker Apprentices will be issued on the first business Wednesday of each month call local for times at the following locations:
    Boilermakers Local #502 (for the AK and W. Washington) 253-435-0332
    Boilermakers Local #242 (for the area of S. Washington) 509-489-1891
    Minimum Qualifications:
    1. Be at least eighteen (18) years of age.
    2. Must have graduated from high school or equivalency (GED)
    Note: Applicants must provide photocopies of Birth Certificate and High School Diploma or GED when making application (Official Transcript of Diploma will be required prior to indenturement).
    3. Applicants will be physically capable of performing the essential functions of the apprenticeship program, with or without a reasonable accommodation, and without posing a direct threat to the health and safety of the individual or others. Applicants will pass a physical agility test, fitness test, or screen for the current illegal use of drugs, if applicable, on acceptance into the program and prior to being employed.
    4. All appliants must pass each section as stated in the approved Selection Procedure, if applicable.
    5. Upon application to the Program, an applicant must demonstrate theat he/she has access to reliable transportation. For purposes of this requirement, the term reliable transportation shall mean any form of trasnportation that permits the apprentice to attend work and any required classroom instruction held in geographic jurisdiction of the program.

    Other Information:
    1. Complete a six thousand (6000) hour comprehensive training program.
    2. Attend 144 hours of classroom instruction per year on personal time.
    3. Drug/Alcohol test forty-eight (48) hours after signing apprenticeship agreements and on an annual, random, reasonagle suspicion, job to job, and/or cause basis thereafter.
    4. Legal right to live and work in the United States.
    5. Abide by State and Area Apprenriceshi[ Standards and Rules and any amendments or revisions thereto.

    Welding Qualifications:
    All applicants will be required to complete a Random Selection Form. Applicants that have welding experience or training will ha ve priority selection over those with no welding certification or training. Applicants must provide copies of proof of welding certification and/or training (after high school years)when making application. Duplicated copies of the original documents must be submitted as the area apprenticeship committee will keep them.

    Selection of apprentices under this program is made on the basis of the qualifications alone, as set for the in the approved selection procedures of the Boilermakers National Joint Apprenticeship Board for the Boilermaker Trade. All applications are afforded equal opportunity without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age or disability.
    Questions regarding this program may be directed to this office by calling us at (928)645-0277 or emailing us at westernstatesjac@gmail.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Collin
    City:
    Puyallup Spokane
    Closes:
    9/25/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Ask
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  • Engineering
  • Field Construction Boilermaker Apprentice - Western States Joint Apprenticeship Program
    Employer:
    Western States Joint Apprenticeship Program
    Announcement of Boilermakers Apprenticeship Openings Woman and Minorities are encouraged to apply
    The Boilermakers trade includes the fabrication, installation, modification and repair of boilers, hydro dams, tanks, pressure vessels, furnaces and associated equipmentsuch as stacks, platforms in power plants, petroleum refinement, chemical plants, paper mills, steel mills and food and beverage plants.
    The skills required of a construction boilermaker consists of reading bueprints, rigging of heavy loads, burning, welding, layout, fit up, fabrication of metal parts and often working in high places in excess of 100 feet.

    Please be advised that application for Field Construction Boilermaker Apprentices will be issued on the first business Wednesday of each month call local for times at the following locations:
    Boilermakers Local #502 (for the AK and W. Washington) 253-435-0332
    Boilermakers Local #242 (for the area of S. Washington) 509-489-1891
    Minimum Qualifications:
    1. Be at least eighteen (18) years of age.
    2. Must have graduated from high school or equivalency (GED)
    Note: Applicants must provide photocopies of Birth Certificate and High School Diploma or GED when making application (Official Transcript of Diploma will be required prior to indenturement).
    3. Applicants will be physically capable of performing the essential functions of the apprenticeship program, with or without a reasonable accommodation, and without posing a direct threat to the health and safety of the individual or others. Applicants will pass a physical agility test, fitness test, or screen for the current illegal use of drugs, if applicable, on acceptance into the program and prior to being employed.
    4. All appliants must pass each section as stated in the approved Selection Procedure, if applicable.
    5. Upon application to the Program, an applicant must demonstrate theat he/she has access to reliable transportation. For purposes of this requirement, the term reliable transportation shall mean any form of trasnportation that permits the apprentice to attend work and any required classroom instruction held in geographic jurisdiction of the program.

    Other Information:
    1. Complete a six thousand (6000) hour comprehensive training program.
    2. Attend 144 hours of classroom instruction per year on personal time.
    3. Drug/Alcohol test forty-eight (48) hours after signing apprenticeship agreements and on an annual, random, reasonagle suspicion, job to job, and/or cause basis thereafter.
    4. Legal right to live and work in the United States.
    5. Abide by State and Area Apprenriceshi[ Standards and Rules and any amendments or revisions thereto.

    Welding Qualifications:
    All applicants will be required to complete a Random Selection Form. Applicants that have welding experience or training will ha ve priority selection over those with no welding certification or training. Applicants must provide copies of proof of welding certification and/or training (after high school years)when making application. Duplicated copies of the original documents must be submitted as the area apprenticeship committee will keep them.

    Selection of apprentices under this program is made on the basis of the qualifications alone, as set for the in the approved selection procedures of the Boilermakers National Joint Apprenticeship Board for the Boilermaker Trade. All applications are afforded equal opportunity without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age or disability.
    Questions regarding this program may be directed to this office by calling us at (928)645-0277 or emailing us at westernstatesjac@gmail.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Collin
    City:
    Puyallup Spokane
    Closes:
    9/25/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Ask
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  • Industrial Technology
  • Field Construction Boilermaker Apprentice - Western States Joint Apprenticeship Program
    Employer:
    Western States Joint Apprenticeship Program
    Announcement of Boilermakers Apprenticeship Openings Woman and Minorities are encouraged to apply
    The Boilermakers trade includes the fabrication, installation, modification and repair of boilers, hydro dams, tanks, pressure vessels, furnaces and associated equipmentsuch as stacks, platforms in power plants, petroleum refinement, chemical plants, paper mills, steel mills and food and beverage plants.
    The skills required of a construction boilermaker consists of reading bueprints, rigging of heavy loads, burning, welding, layout, fit up, fabrication of metal parts and often working in high places in excess of 100 feet.

    Please be advised that application for Field Construction Boilermaker Apprentices will be issued on the first business Wednesday of each month call local for times at the following locations:
    Boilermakers Local #502 (for the AK and W. Washington) 253-435-0332
    Boilermakers Local #242 (for the area of S. Washington) 509-489-1891
    Minimum Qualifications:
    1. Be at least eighteen (18) years of age.
    2. Must have graduated from high school or equivalency (GED)
    Note: Applicants must provide photocopies of Birth Certificate and High School Diploma or GED when making application (Official Transcript of Diploma will be required prior to indenturement).
    3. Applicants will be physically capable of performing the essential functions of the apprenticeship program, with or without a reasonable accommodation, and without posing a direct threat to the health and safety of the individual or others. Applicants will pass a physical agility test, fitness test, or screen for the current illegal use of drugs, if applicable, on acceptance into the program and prior to being employed.
    4. All appliants must pass each section as stated in the approved Selection Procedure, if applicable.
    5. Upon application to the Program, an applicant must demonstrate theat he/she has access to reliable transportation. For purposes of this requirement, the term reliable transportation shall mean any form of trasnportation that permits the apprentice to attend work and any required classroom instruction held in geographic jurisdiction of the program.

    Other Information:
    1. Complete a six thousand (6000) hour comprehensive training program.
    2. Attend 144 hours of classroom instruction per year on personal time.
    3. Drug/Alcohol test forty-eight (48) hours after signing apprenticeship agreements and on an annual, random, reasonagle suspicion, job to job, and/or cause basis thereafter.
    4. Legal right to live and work in the United States.
    5. Abide by State and Area Apprenriceshi[ Standards and Rules and any amendments or revisions thereto.

    Welding Qualifications:
    All applicants will be required to complete a Random Selection Form. Applicants that have welding experience or training will ha ve priority selection over those with no welding certification or training. Applicants must provide copies of proof of welding certification and/or training (after high school years)when making application. Duplicated copies of the original documents must be submitted as the area apprenticeship committee will keep them.

    Selection of apprentices under this program is made on the basis of the qualifications alone, as set for the in the approved selection procedures of the Boilermakers National Joint Apprenticeship Board for the Boilermaker Trade. All applications are afforded equal opportunity without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age or disability.
    Questions regarding this program may be directed to this office by calling us at (928)645-0277 or emailing us at westernstatesjac@gmail.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Collin
    City:
    Puyallup Spokane
    Closes:
    9/25/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Ask
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  • Internships

    Business and Office
  • Political Affairs Internship - The Borgen Project
    Employer:
    The Borgen Project
    POLITICAL AFFAIRS INTERNSHIP
    This is a part-time 14-hours per week telecommuting internship.
    1. Conduct lobbying meetings with Congressional offices. Build support for key legislation that impacts the International Affairs Budget and the world's poor.
    2. Represent The Borgen Project at various business, political and community events.
    3. Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
    4. Mobilize individuals to contact their members of Congress in support of key poverty-reduction legislation.
    5. As needed, speak to groups, classes and organizations.
    6. Write letters of support for key programs to political leaders, media and other groups
    Qualifications: Outstanding writing skills. Strong oral communication skills and ability to lead meetings and give speeches.
    Apply online at http://borgenproject.org
    Hours:
    PT 14
    Contact:
    Lynsey
    City:
    Seattle
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
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  • Writer Internship - The Borgen Project
    Employer:
    The Borgen Project
    WRITER INTERNSHIP
    This is 12-week, part-time internship is a great opportunity to have your articles published on a website with over 100,000 monthly visitors. The selected candidate will be able to work from home and pick their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Articles submitted will appear on BORGEN Magazine or The Borgen Project Blog.
    1. Write 2 articles per week.
    2. Research topics.
    3. Assist with advocacy efforts.
    4. Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
    5. Attend national conference call every Monday at 5PM PST.

    Qualifications: Strong research and writing skills. Experience working in a newsroom is preferred but not required.
    Application Process: Apply online at http://borgenproject.org
    Hours:
    PT 12
    City:
    Seattle
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Print
  • Education and Human Services
  • Political Affairs Internship - The Borgen Project
    Employer:
    The Borgen Project
    POLITICAL AFFAIRS INTERNSHIP
    This is a part-time 14-hours per week telecommuting internship.
    1. Conduct lobbying meetings with Congressional offices. Build support for key legislation that impacts the International Affairs Budget and the world's poor.
    2. Represent The Borgen Project at various business, political and community events.
    3. Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
    4. Mobilize individuals to contact their members of Congress in support of key poverty-reduction legislation.
    5. As needed, speak to groups, classes and organizations.
    6. Write letters of support for key programs to political leaders, media and other groups
    Qualifications: Outstanding writing skills. Strong oral communication skills and ability to lead meetings and give speeches.
    Apply online at http://borgenproject.org
    Hours:
    PT 14
    Contact:
    Lynsey
    City:
    Seattle
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Print
  • Writer Internship - The Borgen Project
    Employer:
    The Borgen Project
    WRITER INTERNSHIP
    This is 12-week, part-time internship is a great opportunity to have your articles published on a website with over 100,000 monthly visitors. The selected candidate will be able to work from home and pick their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Articles submitted will appear on BORGEN Magazine or The Borgen Project Blog.
    1. Write 2 articles per week.
    2. Research topics.
    3. Assist with advocacy efforts.
    4. Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
    5. Attend national conference call every Monday at 5PM PST.

    Qualifications: Strong research and writing skills. Experience working in a newsroom is preferred but not required.
    Application Process: Apply online at http://borgenproject.org
    Hours:
    PT 12
    City:
    Seattle
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
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  • Off-Campus Jobs

    Business and Office
  • Administrative Assistant - St. John’s Lutheran Church
    Employer:
    St. John’s Lutheran Church
    Title: Administrative Assistant
    Description: St. John’s Lutheran Church, Bellingham, is looking for an Administrative Assistant. This is a part-time position, 16 hours per week with a competitive hourly wage (DOE).
    Basic duties and responsibilities:
    1. Serve as the church receptionist, answering, routing and responding to phone calls and e-mail.
    2. Write, edit, and publish printed materials such as the weekly worship bulletin, monthly newsletter, and external marketing communications.
    3. Maintain church calendar, member directory, and contact lists.
    4. General Office Duties.
    Required skills:
    1. Commitment to hospitality, presenting a welcoming presence to all.
    2. Ability to work diplomatically with the pastor, congregation, staff, and public
    3. Be capable with MS Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, and social media platforms.
    4. Ability to recruit and oversee volunteers.
    Other requirements:
    1. Share the congregation's general values and sense of mission.
    2. Maintain confidentiality.
    3. Treat all people with respect.
    4. Ability to firmly set boundaries.
    5. Pass a Washington State Patrol background check.
    To apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to: sjlc.personnel@gmail.com Position will remain open until filled. stjohnsbellingham.com
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/13/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Branch Office Administrator - Edward Jones
    Employer:
    Edward Jones
    At Edward Jones, our commitment to our associates has made us one of the nation's leading financial services firms. We seek an individual to support the Financial Advisor through client service, office administration and client development functions.
    New Branch Office Administrators complete a comprehensive, online, self-directed training program that provides knowledge and skills needed to help operate a local branch office.
    For the 17th year, Edward Jones was named one of the 100 Best Companies to work for.
    Please review the job description at:www.edwardjones.com
    If interested please send resume to:Monisha.Brandt@edwardjones.com
    Pay is DOE
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Monisha
    City:
    Ferndale
    Closes:
    10/13/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Computer Help - Gretchen's Kitchen
    Employer:
    Gretchen's Kitchen
    German restaurant in Lynden is hiring for PT on-call computer help.
    Responsibilities include: Setting up antiviral protection on laptop, social networking and maintaining website. The right candidate will have taken computer courses and be able to help with intermediate computer problems.
    Please apply in person at: Gretchen's Kitchen
    1901 Front St. Lynden, WA98264
    Resume is not required.
    Pay is $10 an hour or may be paid in food.
    Hours:
    PT or On Call
    Contact:
    Lisa
    Phone:
    3602164600
    City:
    Lynden
    Zip:
    98264
    Closes:
    10/22/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10
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  • Executive Assistant - Alpha Technologies
    Employer:
    Alpha Technologies
    Executive Assistant

    Alpha Technologies, which provides world-class powering solutions, seeks an Executive Assistant to join our team in Bellingham, WA. This person will provide administrative support for the Vice-President and other managers requiring similar support. Will work in a fast-paced environment under general supervision on projects involving independent judgment, initiative and tact.


    Responsibilities:
    1. Complete all executive administrative tasks, including maintaining daily/weekly/monthly calendars and schedules, screen phone calls and emails
    2. Maintain and organize schedule of regular management/meetings; compile required presentation materials
    3. Complete, update and organize various management and financial reports in Excel
    3. Gather information and prepare reports, presentations, correspondence, and agendas as directed by executive
    4. Maintain confidential information, compensation records for direct reports, and organization charts
    5. Create correspondence, schedules, reports, and report templates
    6. Take and transcribe meeting minutes as needed
    7. Setup and maintain filing system
    8. Plan/organize executive level/quality meetings with both company and outside attendees
    9. Organize/manage executive travel arrangements and provide comprehensive business trip planning
    10. Maintain key customer/professional contact lists, databases, and org charts
    Requirements and Skills:
    Education: High School Diploma or equivalent

    Experience: 2 - 4 years office administration and 3-5 years of corporate travel experience

    1. Will work onsite (no tele-commuting)
    2. Ability to follow written and verbal directions in English language
    3. Ability to speak/read/write English
    4. Detail oriented and strong organizational skills
    5. Work well under pressure
    6. Current driver’s license and acceptable driving record
    7. Sufficient credit line for business purposes
    8. Available weekends and after hours when on call
    9. Ability to work independently and handle multiple projects simultaneously
    10. Have a record of exemplary organizational skills and attention to detail
    11. Strong written and verbal communication skills
    12. Have full working expertise of AV systems and Lync video conferencing
    13. Basic understanding of business financial concepts
    14. High sense of urgency with ability to meet timelines with high quality work
    15. Comfortable being professionally demanding, but collaborative, with executives and other administrative personnel
    16. Ability to prioritize work and change priorities quickly and effectively
    17. Understanding of professional and ethical conduct
    18. Ability to work with confidential information and use discretion in daily activities



    PC Application Skills:
    Basic level: Visio
    Intermediate level: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook
    br> Desirable:
    1. 2 year degree

    Travel Requirements: N/A


    To Apply:
    E-mail resume to: opportunities@alpha.com or fax resume to: 360-392-2148.
    For more info on The Alpha Group, visit www.alpha.com

    No phone calls please. Equal Opportunity Employer


    The Alpha Group offers a competitive package of employee benefits, including: 1. A comprehensive healthcare plan with dental, prescription and vision exam coverage
    2. Company paid group life/AD&D insurance, an Employee Assistance Program and a voluntary life insurance, short-term disability and long-term disability program
    3. Flexible spending plans for Healthcare Reimbursement and Dependent Care, including a substantial company contribution available toward annual licensed childcare costs
    4. A robust 401(k) plan with varied investment options. Alpha contributes matching dollars annually at the discretion of its trustees
    5. An annual tuition reimbursement program to encourage learning and growth
    6. Eight paid holidays each year
    7. Up to two weeks of vacation time accrued annually at the start of employment and sick time
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Front Desk - Veterinary Hospital
    Employer:
    Veterinary Hospital
    If you are a skilled Veterinary Client Service/Front Office wanting to work in a Team environment while continuing to grow, then this is where you want to work!
    Renton Veterinary Hospital is the local Animal Hospital, since 1941, catering to the needs of small animals, exotics and avian for their medical care. We pride ourselves in the care we deliver to our clients.
    As a Veterinary Client Service/Front Office in our hospital you are an important component to the good care we deliver. This position is the voice and first point of contact for the hospital. If you are someone who can multi-task, while remaining calm, take charge and clearly communicate with our staff and clients, we want to talk to you.
    Requirements for the right Team Member are:

    1. 1 year of experience in a small animal veterinary practice
    2. Computer and telephone skills
    3. Ability to handle cash drawer and basic math skills
    4.Animal handling and general care skills, preferred
    5. Able to communicate professionally in speaking and writing
    6. Available to work weekend/holiday hours as needed
    Position is Full-Time, with scheduling between 30 – 40 hours per week. Team Members are eligible for health benefits after 60 days including Medical (Paid by Hospital for Team Member), Dental, paid time off, matching retirement fund, Holiday pay (even your Birthday off!), continuing education allowances and discounted veterinary care for your animal(s).
    If you are the right Team Member for us then forward your resume along with a personalized cover letter to rentonvet@yahoo.com – SUBJECT: Client Service/Front Office. Please no phone calls.
    Hours:
    30-40
    City:
    Renton
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Culinary Arts
  • Bellingham Public Schools - Chef Support
    Employer:
    Chef Support
    FOOD SERVICES LEADER
    “Implementing a World Class Vision”
    Are you interested in an exciting opportunity to reshape a school food program into a flagship model? Bellingham Public Schools in Bellingham, Washington, is looking for a skilled, energetic leader to join a team focused on our vision of encouraging a lifetime of healthy eating by serving students nourishing, delicious, whole foods in a welcoming environment. Bellingham is well-positioned to be one of the best school districts in the country, not to mention an ideal place to live.
    With strong support from leadership, community partners, and the community, we also have approval of a measure for funding to build a central kitchen, to be designed this school year. Our Farm to School Program is energetic and progressive, and school gardens are important parts of all of our elementary and half of our middle schools.
    We seek a leader who has the skill sets to make the vision a reality. The leader will oversee the implementation of the Farm-to-Cafeteria model operating in compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, local and state health ordinances, and the district's policies; prepare and administer the financial budget and be responsible for the procurement of product, supplies, and equipment; be knowledgeable about kitchen, serving and eating area facility design as well as equipment needs and maintenance; direct the development of standards for the operation of the program and the specification of operating standards; and manage the development of systems for food processing systems, as well as software systems for front of house, and back of house tracking. With exemplary people and communication skills, this person will serve as a liaison with school administrators, maintain healthy morale, resolve operational issues and develop strong working relationships with staff, students, purveyors, school leaders and teachers, as well as other stakeholders including community partners.
    Competitive salary dependent on qualifications and experience.
    Please send resume to:jessica.sankey@bellinghamschools.org
    Hours:
    ask
    Contact:
    Jessica
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/13/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Culinary Services Director - Era Living
    Employer:
    Era Living
    Era Living, a respected leader in retirement living in the Puget Sound, has an exciting opportunity to join our team as the Culinary Services Director at The Gardens at Town Square.

    The Gardens at Town Square is located in the heart of downtown Bellevue, offering luxurious apartment living for adults who’ve reached the age of 62. The Gardens at Town Square offer a superior level of comfort, quality and the personalized hospitality for which Era Living communities are known.

    The Position:
    The Culinary Services Director is responsible for all aspects of kitchen operations to ensure the highest quality of food and service. This includes the planning, preparation and delivery of three meals per day, seven days per week, as well as maintaining sanitation standards, and scheduling and training staff.

    Responsibilities:
    1. Responsible for the overall creation of menus, preparation instructions, and individual dish specifications by ingredients.
    2. Manages inventory system for food cost reporting & overseas purchasing of food items and other supplies.
    3. Meets with residents regarding food service issues and menu development. 4. Creates menus which ensure nutritional goals of boarding home regulations and clientele preferences.
    5. Ensures all department practices comply with established universal precautions for health, safety, sanitation, and infection control policies and procedures.
    6. Assists in planning banquets and special events.
    7. Performs cook duties when necessary.
    Qualifications:
    1. Culinary Arts degree and prior food service experience in senior living, hospitality, or restaurants preferred.
    2. Minimum of 4 years cooking experience.
    3. Minimum of 2 years managing all aspects of a food service department, including supervisory experience.
    4. Current WA Food Handlers permit, CPR, First Aid and Alcohol Serving Certification.
    5. Ability to work variable hours and days.
    6. Serve Safe Certified.
    We offer an excellent benefits and compensation package that includes:
    medical, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) with company match, vacation, holidays, sick and longevity bonuses.

    If you are dedicated to honoring older adults, please apply online at https://careers-eraliving.icims.com/jobs/1086/culinary-service-director/login!

    We are an equal opportunity employer
    www.eraliving.com
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellevue
    Closes:
    10/13/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Exhibition Cook, Food Prep, Supervisor, General Utility, Part Time Student Worker - Aramark Higher Education
    Employer:
    Aramark Higher Education
    Company: Aramark Higher Education
    Job Title: Exhibition Cook, Food Prep, Supervisor, General Utility, Part Time Student Worker
    Description: Western Washington University’s Dining Services is looking for talented, skilled professionals for full time and part time positions. There are multiple positions to choose from to fit your skills and lifestyle. Whether you are a student looking for some part time or full time hours to help further your career, or a recent graduate looking to excel and move up within a company, and everyone in between, dining services is right for you!
    Qualifications: Will vary based on position
    Pay: Will vary based on position
    How to Apply: If interested, please go to www.aramark.com/careers and search for Bellingham, WA. There you will see all openings.
    Closing Date: Open until filled


    Hours:
    PT FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Full and Part Time Kitchen Positions - Bow-Edison Fine Food & Drink
    Employer:
    Bow-Edison Fine Food & Drink
    Full & Part-time Kitchen Positions for New Restaurant on Chuckanut Drive:

    BowEdison Fine Food & Drink, a newly renovated, somewhat progressive, slightly sophisticated full-service restaurant, is now hiring Cooks, Prep Cooks, and Dishwashers.

    We're looking for mature, professional, self-motivated, friendly, service-oriented people to make our guests' dining experiences memorable. You gotta have hustle, common sense, and pride in consistently exceeding our guests' expectations.

    BowEdison will be open for dinner six nights/week, and serve weekend brunch.


    COOKS (all levels)
    Prior experience in prep, saute, grill, fryer, oven and egg cookery desirable. Team worker, organized, FIFO, sanitation-conscious, communication-savvy, skilled time managers who can produce excellent results and follow directions. Open availability is preferable but not required.
    Culinary students are encouraged to apply!

    LEAD COOK
    A proven manager; able to lead staff confidently while representing Head Chef with integrity. Experienced in inventory management (procurement, ordering, receiving & storage). Full-time availability. Sanitation, quality and consistency must be priorities. Must have a strong sense of urgency, lead by example, and be willing to learn.

    DISHWASHERS
    Team worker, organized, able to prioritize, sanitation-conscious, fast learner, can produce excellent results and follow directions consistently. A desire to cross-train and develop your cooking skills is encouraged and rewarded.

    Requirements for all positions:
    1. Skagit County Food Handler's Card.
    2. Availability to work nights & weekends.
    3. Able to lift and carry 40 pounds.
    4. Able to stand, walk, lift, and bend for long periods of time.

    http://www.bowedison.com/

    Please reply with your RESUME and LETTER OF INTRODUCTION, and please include your contact information in the body of your email.

    Hours:
    PT FT
    City:
    Bow/Edison
    Closes:
    9/25/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Dental
  • Dental Assistant - Dental Office
    Employer:
    Dental Office
    Our Fast-paced, Patient-focused team is looking to add another FT (4 days/week) Dental Assistant, or Expanded Functions Dental Assistant. You will be a part of an excellent dental team who makes our patients feel like they are #1. We are looking for someone with dental assisting experience, and excellent computer and communication skills. Dentrix knowledge is a plus! Wage is DOE. Please email your Resume and Cover letter in PDF format to faithbultdds1@yahoo.com
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/21/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Dental Hygienist - Barkley Boulevard Dental Care
    Employer:
    Barkley Boulevard Dental Care
    Company : Barkley Boulevard Dental Care, Dr. Les Seelye
    Job title : Dental Hygienist
    Description: Looking for a personable, skilled hygienist. If you are passioniate about helping patients with their oral hygiene, we would love to meet you.
    Part time position, two days, Thursdays and Fridays. 7am -4pm Could be flexible with hours.
    Qualifications: Experience with Dentrix and digital xrays are a plus.
    Pay: Depends on experience
    How to apply: Email resume and cover letter to barkley.dental@comcast.net
    Closing date: until position has been filled.

    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Dental Lab Assistant - Dental Office
    Employer:
    Dental Office
    Here is our job posting. To apply please send resume to:
    perfectingyoursmile@gmail.com



    Our denture clinic located in Bellingham is looking for a detail oriented individual that can work in a fast paced laboratory environment; experience working in the dental field in some capacity is preferred. Although this position will start out as 20 hours per week, we anticipate that to grow.
    Responsibilities:
    1. Lab organization: manage flow of cases in the lab
    2. Sanitization and sterilization of trays and tools
    3. Pouring Up Models - processing of cases
    4. Organizing lab supplies & inventory
    5. General cleaning and upkeep of lab
    6. Filing charts and assisting with front office duties as needed
    7. Some customer service including phoning patients and assisting denturists with patients, but mostly lab work behind the scenes
    Required Skills:
    1. Computer skills - using MS Word and Excel, and practice management software (would prefer some excel experience, but can train on the practice software)
    2. Dental office or health care facility experience
    3. Detail oriented: Able to follow protocols and procedures
    4. Strong interpersonal skills: Work closely with Denturists, front office staff and other lab technicians. Occasionally work with patients.
    5. Organizational skills: Able to manage work flow and products throughout the lab and maintain processes and organization of tools, files and products
    6. Occasionally may require periods of standing, bending, carrying or lifting supplies and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds.
    Preferred Skills:
    1. Denture lab experience
    Job Type: Part-Time: currently 20 hours per week minimum, anticipate this growing to full time.

    Education requirements: GED / high school degree required. Dental Lab experience preferred.

    Job Type: Part-time, eventually full time

    Required education:
    1. High school or equivalent
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Hygienist - Laura Howrey DDS
    Employer:
    Laura Howrey DDS
    Evergreen Dentistry is looking for a dental hygienist one day per week.
    New graduates are encouraged to apply.
    Please send a resume to bhamhelpwanted@outlook.com
    Salary $42-50/h DOQ.

    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Laura Howrey DDS
    Phone:
    360-927-5100
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $42-$50
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  • Education and Human Services
  • Child Care Lead Teacher - Hillcrest Kids Early Learning
    Employer:
    Hillcrest Kids Early Learning
    Title: Child Care Lead Teacher
    Description: We have multiple openings for Afternoon Lead Teachers who love interacting with energetic and curious toddler or preschool age children and who are comfortable caring for seven to ten children, depending on the age of the class.
    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, creating an environment that meets the emotional, social, physical, and cognitive developmental needs of the assigned age group by providing weekly age-appropriate lesson plans and ensuring the safety of all children in a loving place. Classroom activities might include providing art projects, sensory motor activities, story time, music and games. The ideal candidate will be a team player who is flexible, self-motivated and with experience in Early Childhood Education or childcare.

    Hours: 2:00 - 6:15 M - F.

    To Apply: Please pick up an application at our center at 1400 Larrabee Avenue in Fairhaven or on our website, hillcrestkids.com. Upon hire, you will need a valid WA state driver's license, CPR/First Aid certification, negative TB test results, and a certificate in STARS 30 hour basic training (within 6 months of employment).
    Contact: Megan Mailhot, Program Coordinator, 360-733-8135 Pay Rate: starting rate $10/hour, possible increase
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Megan
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/31/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10
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  • Nooksack Valley School District No. 506 - Para Educator
    Employer:
    Para Educator
    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
    10. Fluent Spanish language skills preferred
    11. Ability to be flexible and demonstrate a willingness to cross train
    12. 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
    Four days/week, Tuesday - Friday; 5.00 hours/day, 131 days/year. The rate of pay is $14.64/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: August 22, 2016 Closing Date: open until filled with initial screening August 31, 2016

    Application Procedures
    Nooksack Valley School District SEIU members must submit a letter of application to the district office. 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, transcripts showing high school diploma/GED, and college transcripts are required (if applicable) 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
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Nooksack
    Zip:
    98276
    Closes:
    10/21/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $14.64 +
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  • Peer Counselor - Compass Health
    Employer:
    Compass Health
    Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.

    WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR THE FOLLOWING:

    Peer Counselor
    Program: 98002 – Crisis Triage Center, Whatcom County
    Location: Bellingham
    Hours: Part-time (20 hours/week)
    Wage: $11.76 - $21.72/hour DOE


    POSITION SUMMARY
    Our Whatcom County Triage Facility is looking for a Peer Counselor to provide peer support services to clients under the supervision of the Program Manager. These services include assistance with stabilization, recovery, self-advocacy, development of natural supports, and the development and maintenance of community living skills.


    REQUIREMENTS
    1. High School Diploma or equivalent.
    2. Current Peer Counselor Certification required.
    3. Experience as a Peer Counselor preferred.
    4. Individuals who do not already hold a license or associate license through the Washington State Department of Health must submit Agency Affiliated
    Counselor application upon hire and be approved by the DOH.
    5. Current First Aid & CPR certification and Food Handlers permit, or ability to obtain within 90 days of hire.
    6. Valid Washington State Driver’s License including vehicle and appropriate insurance, if applicable.
    7. Thorough knowledge and understanding of rehabilitation and recovery.
    8. Knowledge of mental illnesses and chemical dependency, and effective strategies for dealing with its effects.
    9. Knowledge of community resources.
    10. Ability to partner with consumers and mental health professionals. Must be able to maintain professional boundaries.
    11. Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
    12. Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.
    13. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
    14. General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems.
    15. Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.


    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to resume@compassh.org. For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at www.compasshealth.org.

    Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Belliongham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    11-21 DOE
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  • Program Assistant - YMCA
    Employer:
    YMCA
    TITLE: Program Assistant (Blaine)
    DEPARTMENT: Operations
    REPORTS TO: Program Director
    HOURS: Monday - Friday: 2:30-7 pm after school with increased hours on non-school days & summer (15-20 hrs/wk)
    PAY RANGE: $10-12 per hour
    STATUS: Part-time non exempt
    To Apply:
    Please email 1) Resume, 2) Cover Letter and 3) List of Five Professional References with contact information to Area Director Jill Reid at JReid@WhatcomClubs.org. No phone calls, please.

    POSITION DESCRIPTION The Program Assistant (PA) is a part time, hourly position working with our youth to provide “hands on” delivery of daily in-house programing including social recreation, team building activities, and an overall environment to build positive relationships.
    Primary Functions: The PA develops and delivers the BGCA suite of programs ranging from the games room, to teen activities, arts and crafts, the food program, low organized games, outdoor activities, special events, before school program, summer program and group clubs.
    Reports to: Reports to the Program Director
    Requirements: High school graduate or equivalent. Must be over 18 to work with youth, over 21 to work with teens. Must be able to pass a background check and drug test. Must have at least one year experience working with children.
    Applicants must be able to demonstrate the following:
    1. Passion for making a positive impact in children’s lives
    2. ability to keep firm boundaries
    3. accountability and follow through
    4. ability to multi-task
    5. ability to be a leader, and gain and maintain the attention of children
    6. use a creative perspective to work with children on making good life choices
    Key Roles:
    The PA is responsible for:
    1. Building meaningful relationships with members
    2. The delivery of specific program services within the Branch
    3. Compliance with organizational operational and HR policies
    4. The overall Club climate—safety and security, the moral compass, guidance
    5. each and enforce discipline, values, morals, citizenship, manners, life skills and citizenship
    6. Proper reporting, record keeping and reports
    7. Janitorial, maintenance of equipment and furnishings
    8. Assisting the Program Director in all phases of the overall Club operation
    9. Membership administration and program registration.
    10. The “Director of First Impressions” and Club ambassador
    11. Other duties as assigned by the Program Director or Branch Director.
    12. Build positive relationships: Branch Director, Program Director, Program Assistants, athletic staff, kids, parents, community stakeholders, visitors, volunteers.
    To Apply:
    Please email 1) Resume, 2) Cover Letter and 3) List of Five Professional References with contact information to Area Director Jill Reid at JReid@WhatcomClubs.org. No phone calls please
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Jill
    City:
    Blaine
    Closes:
    10/13/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-$12
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  • Electronics, Instrumentation and Process Tech
  • Executive Assistant - Alpha Technologies
    Employer:
    Alpha Technologies
    Executive Assistant

    Alpha Technologies, which provides world-class powering solutions, seeks an Executive Assistant to join our team in Bellingham, WA. This person will provide administrative support for the Vice-President and other managers requiring similar support. Will work in a fast-paced environment under general supervision on projects involving independent judgment, initiative and tact.


    Responsibilities:
    1. Complete all executive administrative tasks, including maintaining daily/weekly/monthly calendars and schedules, screen phone calls and emails
    2. Maintain and organize schedule of regular management/meetings; compile required presentation materials
    3. Complete, update and organize various management and financial reports in Excel
    3. Gather information and prepare reports, presentations, correspondence, and agendas as directed by executive
    4. Maintain confidential information, compensation records for direct reports, and organization charts
    5. Create correspondence, schedules, reports, and report templates
    6. Take and transcribe meeting minutes as needed
    7. Setup and maintain filing system
    8. Plan/organize executive level/quality meetings with both company and outside attendees
    9. Organize/manage executive travel arrangements and provide comprehensive business trip planning
    10. Maintain key customer/professional contact lists, databases, and org charts
    Requirements and Skills:
    Education: High School Diploma or equivalent

    Experience: 2 - 4 years office administration and 3-5 years of corporate travel experience

    1. Will work onsite (no tele-commuting)
    2. Ability to follow written and verbal directions in English language
    3. Ability to speak/read/write English
    4. Detail oriented and strong organizational skills
    5. Work well under pressure
    6. Current driver’s license and acceptable driving record
    7. Sufficient credit line for business purposes
    8. Available weekends and after hours when on call
    9. Ability to work independently and handle multiple projects simultaneously
    10. Have a record of exemplary organizational skills and attention to detail
    11. Strong written and verbal communication skills
    12. Have full working expertise of AV systems and Lync video conferencing
    13. Basic understanding of business financial concepts
    14. High sense of urgency with ability to meet timelines with high quality work
    15. Comfortable being professionally demanding, but collaborative, with executives and other administrative personnel
    16. Ability to prioritize work and change priorities quickly and effectively
    17. Understanding of professional and ethical conduct
    18. Ability to work with confidential information and use discretion in daily activities



    PC Application Skills:
    Basic level: Visio
    Intermediate level: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook
    br> Desirable:
    1. 2 year degree

    Travel Requirements: N/A


    To Apply:
    E-mail resume to: opportunities@alpha.com or fax resume to: 360-392-2148.
    For more info on The Alpha Group, visit www.alpha.com

    No phone calls please. Equal Opportunity Employer


    The Alpha Group offers a competitive package of employee benefits, including: 1. A comprehensive healthcare plan with dental, prescription and vision exam coverage
    2. Company paid group life/AD&D insurance, an Employee Assistance Program and a voluntary life insurance, short-term disability and long-term disability program
    3. Flexible spending plans for Healthcare Reimbursement and Dependent Care, including a substantial company contribution available toward annual licensed childcare costs
    4. A robust 401(k) plan with varied investment options. Alpha contributes matching dollars annually at the discretion of its trustees
    5. An annual tuition reimbursement program to encourage learning and growth
    6. Eight paid holidays each year
    7. Up to two weeks of vacation time accrued annually at the start of employment and sick time
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Field service Technician - Multivac, Inc.
    Employer:
    Multivac, Inc.
    Field Service Technician Opportunities – Join an industry leader!

    MULTIVAC is a premier provider of packaging solutions for the food, medical, and industrial and consumer goods industries. An exceptional Field Service staff is critical to our continued success and we are searching for ambitious Field Service Technicians with high electrical and mechanical aptitudes who want to work in a hands-on role with the industry’s best technical talent. As an FST, you will work directly with customers on a varied and state-of-the-art product line with new challenges and experiences each day.

    Wait - it gets better! We offer competitive base pay plus double-time pay on weekends, company car and cell phone, and paid training and travel. We also offer a $1,000 employee referral for FSTs so join the MULTIVAC team and refer your tech friends too.

    For more details, visit our website at
    http://us.multivac.com/en/multivac/career/ or send your resume to applicant@multivac.com with Field Service Technician in the subject line.
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Hours:
    Ask
    City:
    Many
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Instrumentation and Control Technician - Aqua Sierra
    Employer:
    Aqua Sierra
    Aqua Sierra Controls, Inc. is an instrumentation systems integrator with turnkey build capability, including engineering, construction, repairs, troubleshooting, and NIST Traceable Calibrations. We have been in business 35+ years and offer competitive wages and benefits packages.

    Must be able to work independently, willing to travel, and speak fluent English. Must have experience using standard calibration equipment for use in pressure, flow, pH, ORP, turbidity, etc.; 3-5 years experience is preferred. Must have experience with standard control operations within industrial manufacturing processes and water and waste water treatment facilities. Service area included California and Nevada. Must possess working knowledge of PLC and associated instrumentation, as well as AC/DC high and low voltage circuits and wiring. Confined Space/Bucket Truck/Forklift Certificates a plus.

    Responsibilities include working in an industrial manufacturing, oil & gas industries, food processing and water/wastewater facilities, providing troubleshooting, repair, and NIST Traceable Calibrations for a variety of process instruments and PLC’s.
    Pay range can vary from $40,000 to $90,000 depending upon experience and certifications. We also offer a full and comprehensive benefit package for the employee and family
    Please visit www.aquasierra.com to apply
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Greg
    Phone:
    530-906-6484
    City:
    California
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Maintenance Technician - Northwest Health Care Linen
    Employer:
    Northwest Health Care Linen
    Northwest Health Care Linen is the fastest growing exclusively medical laundry in the Northwest and takes pride in creating a work environment that promotes enthusiasm and professional growth. The success of our company is dependent on our highly motivated, energetic team-oriented staff who excel at great customer service.

    We are currently looking for a full time Maintenance Technician. This position is Monday through Friday, occasional Saturday work.

    Not only do we offer a competitive pay scale, NWHCL also offers an exceptional benefit package to our team members!
    1. We currently offer an exceptional Medical Plan and pay 70% of the employee's premium following 60 days of employment
    2. Paid Vacation and Sick leave following 1 year of employment
    3. 7 Paid Holidays per year following 90 days of employment
    4. 401k, with employer match following 1 year of employment
    5. Dental plans available
    6. Cafeteria plans available

    SUMMARY
    Perform daily maintenance functions to building and equipment.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Perform daily/weekly/monthly duties as instructed by the Maintenance Supervisor.
    2. Perform scheduled preventive maintenance to both building and equipment.
    3. Ability to change and adapt to production schedules if equipment breaks down.
    4. Work off production hours and weekends if needed.
    5. Perform task/s in a timely fashion for the least amount of disruption to production.
    6. Trouble shoot equipment and makes the appropriate decision to fix it in a timely manner.
    7. Supply themselves with hand tools as outlined in NWHCL's SOP "Tools and Equipment"
    8. Transfer chemicals from shipping containers into daily storage tanks.
    9. Recognize areas that need improvement and report back to the Maintenance Supervisor.
    10. Performs other duties as may be required by management.

    QUALIFICATIONS
    1. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
    2. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
    3. Must supply own hand tools (multi-meters; wrenches; sockets; screwdrivers ect)
    4. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    5. Must be able to read and understand electrical schematics.
    6. Willingness to help others accomplish their objectives.
    7. Must be able to quickly understand new information and situations.
    8. Displays determination to overcome unavoidable tension and pressure.
    9. Tolerates and understands personnel problems while working with personnel from different backgrounds.

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
    High School or GED
    College is a plus
    Electrical experience is required.
    Plumbing, welding and general carpentry a plus.
    Experience in related fields is a plus.

    LANGUAGE SKILLS
    Basic English required
    Bilingual is a plus.

    MATHEMATICAL SKILLS
    Basic mathematical skills required.

    REASONING ABILITY
    NWHCL Electrical Knowledge Test
    NWHCL Mechanical Aptitude Test
    Exercises sound judgment.

    CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
    Valid Washington State Driver License.

    1. Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
    2. do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers
    Hours:
    FT
    Address:
    4123 Strider Loop Rd
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $16-$18
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  • Technical Labor - Process Calibration Tools
    Employer:
    Process Calibration Tools
    We are looking for a temp that might be interested in building more of the trainer boards.

    We have 4-6 weeks work depending on how many hours a day the prospect is available. We are pretty flexible on schedule.

    Pay is DOE

    To apply please email resume to:Jim.Shields@Fluke.com
    Hours:
    Temp PT
    Contact:
    Jim Shields
    Phone:
    425-446-5315
    Closes:
    9/25/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Engineering
  • Maintenance Technician - Northwest Health Care Linen
    Employer:
    Northwest Health Care Linen
    Northwest Health Care Linen is the fastest growing exclusively medical laundry in the Northwest and takes pride in creating a work environment that promotes enthusiasm and professional growth. The success of our company is dependent on our highly motivated, energetic team-oriented staff who excel at great customer service.

    We are currently looking for a full time Maintenance Technician. This position is Monday through Friday, occasional Saturday work.

    Not only do we offer a competitive pay scale, NWHCL also offers an exceptional benefit package to our team members!
    1. We currently offer an exceptional Medical Plan and pay 70% of the employee's premium following 60 days of employment
    2. Paid Vacation and Sick leave following 1 year of employment
    3. 7 Paid Holidays per year following 90 days of employment
    4. 401k, with employer match following 1 year of employment
    5. Dental plans available
    6. Cafeteria plans available

    SUMMARY
    Perform daily maintenance functions to building and equipment.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Perform daily/weekly/monthly duties as instructed by the Maintenance Supervisor.
    2. Perform scheduled preventive maintenance to both building and equipment.
    3. Ability to change and adapt to production schedules if equipment breaks down.
    4. Work off production hours and weekends if needed.
    5. Perform task/s in a timely fashion for the least amount of disruption to production.
    6. Trouble shoot equipment and makes the appropriate decision to fix it in a timely manner.
    7. Supply themselves with hand tools as outlined in NWHCL's SOP "Tools and Equipment"
    8. Transfer chemicals from shipping containers into daily storage tanks.
    9. Recognize areas that need improvement and report back to the Maintenance Supervisor.
    10. Performs other duties as may be required by management.

    QUALIFICATIONS
    1. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
    2. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
    3. Must supply own hand tools (multi-meters; wrenches; sockets; screwdrivers ect)
    4. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    5. Must be able to read and understand electrical schematics.
    6. Willingness to help others accomplish their objectives.
    7. Must be able to quickly understand new information and situations.
    8. Displays determination to overcome unavoidable tension and pressure.
    9. Tolerates and understands personnel problems while working with personnel from different backgrounds.

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
    High School or GED
    College is a plus
    Electrical experience is required.
    Plumbing, welding and general carpentry a plus.
    Experience in related fields is a plus.

    LANGUAGE SKILLS
    Basic English required
    Bilingual is a plus.

    MATHEMATICAL SKILLS
    Basic mathematical skills required.

    REASONING ABILITY
    NWHCL Electrical Knowledge Test
    NWHCL Mechanical Aptitude Test
    Exercises sound judgment.

    CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
    Valid Washington State Driver License.

    1. Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
    2. do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers
    Hours:
    FT
    Address:
    4123 Strider Loop Rd
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $16-$18
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  • General
  • Child Care Lead Teacher - Hillcrest Kids Early Learning
    Employer:
    Hillcrest Kids Early Learning
    Title: Child Care Lead Teacher
    Description: We have multiple openings for Afternoon Lead Teachers who love interacting with energetic and curious toddler or preschool age children and who are comfortable caring for seven to ten children, depending on the age of the class.
    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, creating an environment that meets the emotional, social, physical, and cognitive developmental needs of the assigned age group by providing weekly age-appropriate lesson plans and ensuring the safety of all children in a loving place. Classroom activities might include providing art projects, sensory motor activities, story time, music and games. The ideal candidate will be a team player who is flexible, self-motivated and with experience in Early Childhood Education or childcare.

    Hours: 2:00 - 6:15 M - F.

    To Apply: Please pick up an application at our center at 1400 Larrabee Avenue in Fairhaven or on our website, hillcrestkids.com. Upon hire, you will need a valid WA state driver's license, CPR/First Aid certification, negative TB test results, and a certificate in STARS 30 hour basic training (within 6 months of employment).
    Contact: Megan Mailhot, Program Coordinator, 360-733-8135 Pay Rate: starting rate $10/hour, possible increase
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Megan
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/31/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10
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  • Dog Bather - Dirty Dog Wash
    Employer:
    Dirty Dog Wash
    Dog Bather
    Contact: Holly Wertman at Dirty Dog Wash
    Hours: Wed-Sun 9-3
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Start Now
    Blaine
    (360)371-8874
    Text 360-201-8949
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Holly
    Phone:
    360-371-8874
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    9/23/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Exhibition Cook, Food Prep, Supervisor, General Utility, Part Time Student Worker - Aramark Higher Education
    Employer:
    Aramark Higher Education
    Company: Aramark Higher Education
    Job Title: Exhibition Cook, Food Prep, Supervisor, General Utility, Part Time Student Worker
    Description: Western Washington University’s Dining Services is looking for talented, skilled professionals for full time and part time positions. There are multiple positions to choose from to fit your skills and lifestyle. Whether you are a student looking for some part time or full time hours to help further your career, or a recent graduate looking to excel and move up within a company, and everyone in between, dining services is right for you!
    Qualifications: Will vary based on position
    Pay: Will vary based on position
    How to Apply: If interested, please go to www.aramark.com/careers and search for Bellingham, WA. There you will see all openings.
    Closing Date: Open until filled


    Hours:
    PT FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Marina Maintenance Position - Semiahmoo Marina
    Employer:
    Semiahmoo Marina
    Marina Maintenance Position

    Energetic, friendly person wanted for marina maintenance. Mechanical skills and construction knowledge needed. Position involves bending , heavy lifting, and some working on your knees. Work days are Friday through Tuesday, 8am to 5pm. This is a full time permanent position with full benefits after 90 days.
    Compensation of $13/hr. with review after 90 days.



    PLEASE SEND RESUME AND INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS to :
    SallyH@semiahmoomarina.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Doug
    City:
    Blaine
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $13
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  • Part-Time Counter Personnel - Meridian Cleaning Center
    Employer:
    Meridian Cleaning Center
    Employer:
    Meridian Cleaning Center
    Position title:
    Part-Time Counter Personnel
    Location:
    Bellinham, WA
    Compensation:
    $10 during training $11 after 3 month

    Job Description:
    Meridian Cleaning Center is hiring individuals to work as part time cashier and counter personnel. It is a permanent position and applicant should be available both weekdays and weekends. The job involves handling customers but will also be part of our daily production of washing and folding garments, assembling customer orders. We are looking for a mature, responsible, and dependable individual. This is a part time position that may lead to full-time in the future.

    Qualified applicants should:
    1. Be punctual and have good organizational skills
    2. Keep a neat and orderly work area
    3. Be able to keep pace with other team members

    Requirements:
    1. Must be at least 18 years old, able to lift 40 lbs without assistance, and authorized to work in the U.S.
    Application Instructions:
    1. Drop your resume at the store located in: 4120 Meridian St. Suite 180 Bellingham, WA
    2. Or, Email your resume to milkyshutter@gmail.com Selected individual will be contacted via phone



    Funtourage LLC Mobile : 360-526-1978
    Fax : 646-389-9343
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Han
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    9/25/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-$11
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  • Program Assistant - YMCA
    Employer:
    YMCA
    TITLE: Program Assistant (Blaine)
    DEPARTMENT: Operations
    REPORTS TO: Program Director
    HOURS: Monday - Friday: 2:30-7 pm after school with increased hours on non-school days & summer (15-20 hrs/wk)
    PAY RANGE: $10-12 per hour
    STATUS: Part-time non exempt
    To Apply:
    Please email 1) Resume, 2) Cover Letter and 3) List of Five Professional References with contact information to Area Director Jill Reid at JReid@WhatcomClubs.org. No phone calls, please.

    POSITION DESCRIPTION The Program Assistant (PA) is a part time, hourly position working with our youth to provide “hands on” delivery of daily in-house programing including social recreation, team building activities, and an overall environment to build positive relationships.
    Primary Functions: The PA develops and delivers the BGCA suite of programs ranging from the games room, to teen activities, arts and crafts, the food program, low organized games, outdoor activities, special events, before school program, summer program and group clubs.
    Reports to: Reports to the Program Director
    Requirements: High school graduate or equivalent. Must be over 18 to work with youth, over 21 to work with teens. Must be able to pass a background check and drug test. Must have at least one year experience working with children.
    Applicants must be able to demonstrate the following:
    1. Passion for making a positive impact in children’s lives
    2. ability to keep firm boundaries
    3. accountability and follow through
    4. ability to multi-task
    5. ability to be a leader, and gain and maintain the attention of children
    6. use a creative perspective to work with children on making good life choices
    Key Roles:
    The PA is responsible for:
    1. Building meaningful relationships with members
    2. The delivery of specific program services within the Branch
    3. Compliance with organizational operational and HR policies
    4. The overall Club climate—safety and security, the moral compass, guidance
    5. each and enforce discipline, values, morals, citizenship, manners, life skills and citizenship
    6. Proper reporting, record keeping and reports
    7. Janitorial, maintenance of equipment and furnishings
    8. Assisting the Program Director in all phases of the overall Club operation
    9. Membership administration and program registration.
    10. The “Director of First Impressions” and Club ambassador
    11. Other duties as assigned by the Program Director or Branch Director.
    12. Build positive relationships: Branch Director, Program Director, Program Assistants, athletic staff, kids, parents, community stakeholders, visitors, volunteers.
    To Apply:
    Please email 1) Resume, 2) Cover Letter and 3) List of Five Professional References with contact information to Area Director Jill Reid at JReid@WhatcomClubs.org. No phone calls please
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Jill
    City:
    Blaine
    Closes:
    10/13/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-$12
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  • Healthcare
  • Medication Nurse/LPN - Compass Health
    Employer:
    Compass Health
    Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.

    WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR THE FOLLOWING:

    Medication Nurse/LPN
    Program: 98007 – Crisis Triage, Whatcom County
    Location: Bellingham
    Hours: On-call (hours vary based on need)
    Wage: $17.97 – 33.20/hour DOE


    POSITION SUMMARY
    Our Whatcom County Crisis Triage Facility is currently hiring for a Medication Nurse/LPN. As a member of a multidisciplinary treatment team, our Medication Nurses administer medications and provide other appropriate nursing care.


    REQUIREMENTS
    1. Current Washington State LPN or RN License.
    2 years of psychiatric nursing experience preferred.
    3. Current First Aid & CPR certification and Food Handlers permit, or ability to obtain within 90 days of hire.
    4. Thorough knowledge of medication use and potential side effects.
    5. Thorough knowledge of nursing issues pertaining to the patient population served in the program along with thorough understanding of the nursing process and intervention strategies used to address these issues.
    6. Thorough knowledge of involuntary commitment laws.
    7. Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
    8. Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.
    9. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
    10. General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems.
    11. Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.



    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to resume@compassh.org. For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at www.compasshealth.org.

    Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    On call
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/30/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $17.97-$33
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  • Animal Care Specialist - The NOAH Animal Center
    Employer:
    The NOAH Animal Center
    Animal Care Specialist
    Job Announcement

    Attention experienced animal lovers! The NOAH Animal Center is hiring a part time Animal Care Specialist. Join our fun, fast pace, and professional environment where you can help save the lives of homeless dogs and cats through our high quality, low-income spay and neuter programs, family friendly pet adoptions, humane education and volunteer programs. It's a great opportunity for someone who enjoys being a compassionate and supportive leader to volunteers, loves animals, and wants to help NOAH achieve our mission of finding homes for animals and reduce overpopulation of animals through low-cost spay/neuter.

    Job Summary
    The Animal Care Specialist reports to the Clinic & Medical Care Director. They are responsible for all medical treatments of NOAH animals; includes check-in, exams, post-op care, administration of all medications and vaccines. Responsible for preparing all medications to go home with adopted animals. Responsible for accurate record keeping and ensuring all animals are current on vaccines and de-worming medications. Autoclave, clean, and sanitize equipment on a daily basis. Supervises and trains volunteers. Communicate with co-workers to ensure the best care for NOAH animals.

    Pay is dependant on Experience
    Qualifications
    1. High School Diploma or GED Equivalent
    2. Must be 18 years of age
    3. Will obtain a Medical Clerks License within 6 months of starting the job.
    4. Will obtain Euthanasia Certification when next available.
    5. Animal Shelter or kenneling experience preferred.
    6. Computer literate in Windows environment.
    7. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment.
    8. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
    9. Shows initiative and is a conscientious worker.
    10. Ability to handle multiple tasks at once in a fast-paced environment.
    11. Associates degree in a biological science is desired.
    12. Certified Veterinary Assistant course completion is desired
    13. Two years prior experience in an animal welfare environment & 1 year clinical experience is desired.
    14. Must agree to a WSP WATCH Background check and meet all the requirements in The NOAH Center’s WSP WATCH Background Check Policy.

    Instructions for Applying

    MUST BE AVAILABLE TO WORK WEEKENDS

    Please send a resume and cover letter to:
    MJ Zelinka, Clinic & Medical Director
    Email: maryj@thenoahcenter.org
    Mail: 31300 Brandstrom Road Stanwood, WA 98292
    Fax: 360.629.9923

    All resume and cover letters are due by September 30, 2016

    Thank you for your interest in working for The NOAH Center!
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Stanwood
    Zip:
    98292
    Closes:
    9/30/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • ARNP - Compass Health
    Employer:
    Compass Health
    Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.

    WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR THE FOLLOWING:

    ARNP
    Program: 96052 – Psychiatric Services, Whatcom County Outpatient
    Location: Bellingham
    Hours: Part-time (20 – 32 hours/week)
    Wage: $38.90-$71.88/hour, DOE


    POSITION SUMMARY
    We are looking for an ARNP to join our Psychiatric Services team in Bellingham. Our new ARNP will be responsible for providing comprehensive psychiatric evaluations and treatment of mental health consumers at our Outpatient programs in Whatcom County. This position is also responsible for providing consultation and training regarding psychiatric illness to other clinicians.


    REQUIREMENTS
    ]1. National Certification and ARNP License in the State of Washington.
    2. 2 years’ experience in providing required services in a psychiatric setting preferred.
    3. Valid Washington State Driver’s License including vehicle and appropriate insurance, if applicable.
    4. Ability to complete a comprehensive bio-psycho-social evaluation, diagnosis and treatment plan on mental health consumers.
    5. Thorough familiarity with indications and management of psychotropic medications.
    6. Knowledge of insight-oriented, behavioral, cognitive and supportive, individual, family, and group forms of treatment.
    7. Knowledge of utilization management and quality assurance.
    8. Ability to work cooperatively with others in a team approach to behavioral health care.
    9. Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
    10. Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.
    11. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
    12. General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems.
    13. Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.


    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to resume@compassh.org. For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at www.compasshealth.org.

    Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    PT 20-32 Hrs
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $38-71 DOE
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  • Case Manager - Northwest Regional Council
    Employer:
    Northwest Regional Council
    Job Summary: the Northwest regional Council, as an Area Agency on Aging, funds and/or provides community-based programs to help elders and people with disabilities live in their own homes an communities for as long a spouse bled, post[oning or eliminating the need for institutional care. The Case Manager assigned to the Health Homes Program will provide care coordination for aa caseload of clients enrolled ion NWRC's Health Homes Program, These responsibilities include health coaching, coordination of health and social services, care transitions, assessment, health action plan ning and other activities designed to increase participants' activation and e engagement in their health and wellness goals.

    Essential Job Duties include but not limited to:
    Health Home Care Coordinator
    1. Conducts in-person visits and accompanies clients to health provider appointments as needed , to ensure continuity of care and coordination.
    2. Administers self-management readiness assessments and provides health education and coaching to assist the client in increasing self-management skills, and improve their engagement with health and service providers. Fosters communication between providers (i.e., primary care provider, medical specialists, etc.) and provider networks (i.e./ those authorizing behavioral and long term supports and services.)
    3. Assists clients in developing a Health Action Plan that documents strategies and measurable objectives to meet health goals.
    4. Facilitates client's use of peer supports and/or participation in appropriate support groups and self-care programs in order to increase clients' knowledge of their health care3 conditions and to improve adherence to prescribed treatments.
    Case Manager Responsibilities
    5. Provides supportive functions for the client, including client advocacy, assistance, consultation, family support, and crisis intervention.
    6. Conducts an assessment that evaluates client's cognitive, behavioral, and functional abilities by utilizing the Washington State Comprehensive Assessment Reporting & Evaluation (CARE) tool. Determines need and level of care for long-term care services and assesses resources for support.
    7. Develops a safe and appropriate client-centered service plan, including use of case staffing and/or consultation for development.
    8. Implements service plan by making appropriate arrangements with service providers and informal supports.
    8. Implements service plan by making appropriate arrangements with service providers and informal supports.
    9. Provides ongoing case management and monitoring to ensure service plan is functioning as intended and meets the needs of the clients. Conducts reassessments of clients' service plans with required time frames.
    10. Develops and maintains complete, concise client files in compliance with ADSA policy.
    11. Maintains Social Service Payment System (SSPS) including coordination with provider agencies: completing paperwork for Individual Providers; and preparing monthly changes and updates for SSPS, observing monthly deadlines.
    12. Develops and maintains linkages with community agencies/organizations that provide support to the program or individual older persons. Works collaboratively with multi-disciplinary team.
    Qualifications:
    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
    1. Demonstrated ability to assess client health and functional status, develop appropriate care plans, assess skills of caregivers, and make clear and concise recommendations.
    2. Demonstrated client advocacy skills and sensitivity to the needs and values of diverse groups.
    3. Knowledge of the long term care system and services, issues related to aging and disability, and case management. Knowledge of state, and federal funded programs, and local aging and disability resources. Knowledge of the formal and informal support networks available to the residents of the appropriate service area.
    4. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers community agencies, and the general public using courtesy, tact, and good judgmement.
    5. Ability to defuse difficult situations recognizing the need for sensitivity as well as assertiveness.
    Education/Experience:
    1. Bachelors' Degree in Behavioral, Health Sciences or related field AND four years closely related work experience (or Master's Degree in equivalent field and two years closely related work 3experience).
    Licenses/Certificates:
    1. Must have valid WA State Driver License, a vehicle available for work-related travel, and appropriate liability insurance.
    Working Conditions/Physical Requirements: Work is performed approximately 60% in an office environment and 40% performing client visits for Case Manager responsibilities. The office hazards may include working with emotionally unstable, non-compliant or aggressive clients and complex family dynamics; significant; significant local travel; driving in inclement weather; second hand tobacco smoke; aggressive animals; and exposure to contagious diseases. Potential exposure to repetitive stresses due to prolonged use of computers.

    Sufficient mobility is required for the use of office equipment such as computer laptops, telephones, files, and the copier, as well as for performing in-home assessments of clients, which may have limited accessibility. The ability to hear and communicate at a level sufficient to perform the essential functions of the position is required. Ability to lift and maneuver a maximum of 30pounds.
    Benefits:
    NWRC offers excellent medical/dental/vision benefits for the full-time employee and their dependents(s). In addition , the employee and dependents are eligible to participate in the Employee Assistance Program(EAP). Other benefits include participating in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), long term disability insurance, life insurance, various deferred compensation programs, Flex Plans for health and/or child/elder care, paid leave, sick leave, and 11 paid holidays per year.

    To Apply: Application materials may be requested by downloading directly http://www.nwrcwa.org/employment/, emailing NWRCHumanResources@dshs.wa.gov, or contacting the Bellingham Office @ 360-676-6749. All application materials, including a cover letter and resume, must be fully completed and returned to the Bellingham office.

    Selection Process: After reviewing the applications, the NWRC will contact the most qualified candidates to participate in a selection process consist ng of job-related selection exercises. NWRC will make reasonable accommodation upon request for those individuals with disabilities.
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/22/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $21.92-28.
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  • Clinician II - Compass Health
    Employer:
    Compass Health
    Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.


    WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR THE FOLLOWING:

    Clinician II
    Program: 98002 – Crisis Triage, Whatcom County
    Location: Bellingham
    Hours: On-call (hours vary based on need)
    Wage: $16.61-$30.69/hour, DOE


    POSITION SUMMARY
    Our Crisis Triage Program in Whatcom County is looking for a Clinician II who will be responsible for providing specialized crisis intervention and short-term treatment services to adults and older adults experiencing an acute behavioral health crisis, with the goal of crisis stabilization within the least restrictive setting. This position is responsible for assessing client functioning and needs, and partnering with the client and treatment team to develop an individually tailored care plan designed to promote recovery.


    QUALIFICATIONS
    1. MA/MS/MSW Degree in a Behavioral Science related field.
    2. Qualifies as a Mental Health Professional (MHP) as defined by WAC.
    3. Demonstrated knowledge and experience with Evidence-Based Practices, or interest and ability to learn.
    4. Individuals who do not already hold a license or associate license through the Washington State Department of Health must submit Agency Affiliated Counselor application upon hire and be approved by the DOH.
    5. Current First Aid & CPR certification and Food Handlers permit, or ability to obtain within 90 days of hire.
    6. Ability to work effectively with individuals with complex needs and multi-system involvement.
    7. Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
    8. Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.

    9. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
    10. General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems.
    11. Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.


    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to resume@compassh.org. For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at www.compasshealth.org.

    Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    On call
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $16-30 DOE
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  • Front Desk - Veterinary Hospital
    Employer:
    Veterinary Hospital
    If you are a skilled Veterinary Client Service/Front Office wanting to work in a Team environment while continuing to grow, then this is where you want to work!
    Renton Veterinary Hospital is the local Animal Hospital, since 1941, catering to the needs of small animals, exotics and avian for their medical care. We pride ourselves in the care we deliver to our clients.
    As a Veterinary Client Service/Front Office in our hospital you are an important component to the good care we deliver. This position is the voice and first point of contact for the hospital. If you are someone who can multi-task, while remaining calm, take charge and clearly communicate with our staff and clients, we want to talk to you.
    Requirements for the right Team Member are:

    1. 1 year of experience in a small animal veterinary practice
    2. Computer and telephone skills
    3. Ability to handle cash drawer and basic math skills
    4.Animal handling and general care skills, preferred
    5. Able to communicate professionally in speaking and writing
    6. Available to work weekend/holiday hours as needed
    Position is Full-Time, with scheduling between 30 – 40 hours per week. Team Members are eligible for health benefits after 60 days including Medical (Paid by Hospital for Team Member), Dental, paid time off, matching retirement fund, Holiday pay (even your Birthday off!), continuing education allowances and discounted veterinary care for your animal(s).
    If you are the right Team Member for us then forward your resume along with a personalized cover letter to rentonvet@yahoo.com – SUBJECT: Client Service/Front Office. Please no phone calls.
    Hours:
    30-40
    City:
    Renton
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Licensed Veterinary Technician - The NOAH Animal Center
    Employer:
    The NOAH Animal Center
    Licensed Veterinary Technician


    Northwest Organization for Animal Help (The NOAH Center) is looking for a part time, Licensed Veterinary Technician to join our High Quality, High Volume Spay/Neuter Clinic. This position is part time. Must be available to work Sundays.

    Job Summary
    The Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT) is responsible for maintaining the daily flow of clinic including the following: spay/neuter surgical flow from check-in to patient discharge; care of NOAH animals in ICU, assisting the veterinarian with spay/neuter surgeries, monitoring anesthesia, prepping animals for surgery, and post-surgical monitoring. The LVT organizes the daily surgery schedule, ensures all patients and their owners receive the best possible care and treatment. Under the direction of the NOAH Veterinarian, administers medical treatment and runs diagnostic tests. The LVT is responsible for the daily supervision of the Veterinary Assistants and all clinic volunteers. The LVT educates clients on proper animal care and promotes and supports the services offered by NOAH and its veterinary clinic. The LVT is responsible for ensuring that all veterinary equipment is in good working order and ensures the entire veterinary department is consistently clean and orderly. The LVT is responsible for keeping accurate and current medical records of all animals treated in the clinic. The LVT works closely with the Clinic & Medical Care Director.

    The Licensed Veterinary Technician must support The NOAH Center’s mission, philosophies and practices. Superior customer service, consistent humane handling of animals, and fundraising are priorities for every N.O.A.H. staff member and volunteer. Performs duties in a safe and professional manner that is in accordance to NOAH's Code of Conduct.

    Job Duties
    1. Retrieves anesthetic drugs from drug cabinet. Prepares syringes, needles, etc. for anesthesia.
    2. Performs ICU treatments and documents their progress on the proper medical records. Notifies the veterinarian of changes and/or concerns.
    3. Organizes the daily surgery schedule according to male/female, dog/cat. Schedules the public animals prior to NOAH animals.
    4. Restrain for or under the direction of the veterinarian, performs surgery induction. Monitor breathing and color, intubate, shave, and prep each animal for surgery. Transport patients to and from the surgery room using all safety tools available. Disinfect all surfaces between each patient.
    5. Accurately records all drug usage in the drug log. Adhere to DEA regulations for recording usage and storage. Tally usage and inventory all drugs at the completion of each bottle used. Performs monthly inventory or as recommended by the DEA.
    6. Administer gas anesthesia during surgery and monitor patient’s respiration, heart rate and color throughout the procedure. Ensure surgery equipment is working and connected for each patient (heated table, pulse oximeter, scavenger, etc.)
    7. Ensures that every NOAH animal that needs any of the following medical care receives it prior to being placed available for adoption: dental cleaning, extractions, polishing; nail trim; ear cleaning, flushing; wound cleaning; fecal exam; urinalysis; and blood work. Any other needed medical treatments should be cleared by the Executive Director.
    8. Post-surgically performs the following procedures for public animals: nail trims, ear cleaning, vaccinations, microchips, etc. as needed. Conduct diagnostic tests as needed (FeLK, fecal, ear mite, etc.).
    9. Carefully monitor every patient while recovering from anesthesia and extubate patients when appropriate. Make sure patients are warm, clean, safe, and receive pain reliever as prescribed.
    10. Ensure that all medical and surgical procedures performed are accurately recorded on the proper medical records (NOAH and public animals). Give paperwork to veterinarian and ensure required notes are recorded on each patient. Places completed NOAH animal paperwork in the DONE wall pocket. 11. Available for consult during discharge. Professionally provide owners with accurate verbal and written post-surgical instructions. Maintain and update written material as needed. Dispense medications as directed by the veterinarian.
    12. Supervise Veterinary Assistant with all of their daily duties (See Vet Assistant Job Description). In absence of Vet Assistant, perform or assign all of their daily duties.
    13. Observe all patients before leaving for the night ensuring they are safe, clean, warm, etc. Instruct Kennel Tech on returning NOAH animals to their suites.
    14. Flag NOAH surgery animal suites with No Food or Water signs as needed. 15. Lock all doors and cabinets as necessary.
    16. Maintain filing system of all patients. Provide copies of records of past patients as requested in a timely manner.
    17. Full time Licensed Veterinary Technician: Performs drug and supply inventory and orders all necessary supplies. Compare prices of all stocked items to insure the best possible price. Forwards approved packing slips and invoices to the Business & HR Director and indicates on the paperwork which department the order was received for. Coordinates a notification system for when supplies are low.
    18. Trains all new staff and volunteers.
    19. Perform other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications
    1. High School Diploma or GED Equivalent
    2. Must be 18 years of age
    3. Current license as Veterinary Technician in the state of Washington. (Must have valid license at the time of application)
    4. Computer literate in Windows environment.
    5. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment.
    6. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
    7. Working knowledge of current veterinary medical and surgical procedures.
    8. Shows initiative and is a conscientious worker.
    9. Ability to handle multiple tasks at once in a fast-paced environment.
    10. Spay/Neuter Clinic experience and/or prior experience in an animal welfare environment is preferred
    11. Must meet all the requirements in The NOAH Center’s WSP WATCH Background Check Policy

    Work Conditions: Will handle biological and potentially zoonotic agents on a regular basis. Exposure to volatile anesthetic chemicals, controlled substances, drugs such as antibiotics, steroids, etc. Exposure to cleaning products such as bleach, ammonia, etc. Exposure to fumes and a high noise level. Subject to cuts, bruises, animal scratches and bites. Continuous kneeling, squatting, standing, stooping, bending on a concrete floor, and lifting up to 75 pounds with reasonable accommodations daily. This position is physically demanding.
    Salary: $16.00 - $18.00 Hourly DOE
    Schedule: Part Time
    Reports to: Clinic & Medical Care Director
    Reporting Staff: Clinic volunteers

    This position description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. This document does not create an employment contract implied or otherwise, other than an "at-will" relationship.



    Instructions for Applying
    Please send a resume and cover letter to Stacie Ventura, Executive Director: e-mail: stacie@thenoahcenter.org
    mail to: 31300 Brandstrom Road Stanwood, WA 98292, or fax: 360.629.9923

    All resume and cover letters are due by September 30, 2016.

    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Stanwood
    Zip:
    98292
    Closes:
    9/30/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $16-18 DOE
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  • Nurse-LPN/RN - BioLife Plasma Services
    Employer:
    BioLife Plasma Services
    The Medical Support Specialist determines donor eligibility to donate plasma, management of donor reactions, review of laboratory test results, and donor notification of unsuitable test results. The Medical Support Specialist works under the direct supervision of the Center Manager (or Assistant Manager as applicable) for operational guidance and under the supervision of the Center Physician for medical issues. Ideally, the Medical Support Specialist will be familiar with regulations of the plasma collection industry and/or a manufacturing environment. The Medical Support Specialist follows guidance provided by BioLife Medical Affairs and provides center level support of environmental, health and safety (EHS).

    1. Comply with federal, state, local and company-specific requirements related to quality of product, employee and donor safety and to the proper performance of day-to-day activities.
    2. Determine donor eligibility accurately and in a timely manner, to include, proper management of informed consent, AIDS education and confidential self-exclusion, medical history interview and acceptance requirements, physical examination, and blood testing, as required.
    3. Evaluate and manage donor reaction(s), which occurs at the facility as outlined in the SOPs.
    4. Support the donor immunization programs as applicable per SOP.
    5. Manage donor deferral; reviews test results and notify donors of unsuitable test results per applicable SOPs.
    6. Understand handling of Post Donation Information (PDI).
    7. Refer to the Center Physician or Medical Affairs (as applicable) when in need of providing unacceptable findings to donors, problem solving, or guidance concerning medical or technical issues, including donor safety and eligibility.
    8. Demonstrate continued competency in the performance of job responsibilities and complete periodic assessment with the Center Physician per applicable SOPs.
    9. Follow applicable SOPs for medical emergencies including the execution of Center Physician’s standing orders and donor transport to emergency care facilities.
    10. Take initiative to task train in other work areas to assist, when available, in production.
    11. Assist the EHS program as required per SOPs or as requested by the EHS Manager.
    12. Conduct pre-placement evaluation of new hires to include assessment of medical history questionnaire.
    13. Support the Hepatitis B and Seasonal Flu vaccination programs for employees as applicable.
    14. Maintain applicable employee medical records as confidential documents.
    15. Member of EHS site committee and assist in training of employees, as required.
    16. Administer first aid to employees as needed.
    17. Act as Pandemic Coordinator when authorized by EHS.
    18. Supports investigations associated with pandemic threats within local community as indicated by EHS or Medical Affairs.
    19. Willingness to temporarily support other BioLife center operations, as needed.
    20. Attend monthly staff meetings.
    21. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

    Qualifications

    1. Able to satisfactorily complete the FDA approved training requirements for BioLife Medical Support Specialist.
    2. Effective communication skills.
    3. Detail-oriented.
    4. Customer service oriented.
    5. Basic computer skills.
    6. Willingness to work with other the Center Medical Team members to ensure coverage of all operating hours.
    7. Willingness to travel preferred.
    8. Graduate of a recognized educational program.
    9. Currently licensed or certified in the state duties will be assigned.
    10. Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN).
    11. Current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and AED certification required.
    12. Fulfillment of state requirements (in state of licensure) for basic IV therapy.
    13. Minimum of two years in a clinical or hospital setting preferred.
    14. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
    Equal Employment Opportunity

    Shire is an equal opportunity employer. Shire evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, protected veteran status, disability/handicap status or any other legally protected characteristic.
    EEO is the Law
    EEO is the law - Supplement
    Pay Transparency Policy
    Reasonable Accommodations
    Shire is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, or in order to perform the essential functions of a position, please call 484-595-8400 and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.

    5. Pay DOE
    a. Competitive with Full Benefits

    6. How to apply
    a. Apply directly on the company’s careers page at:
    https://www.shire.com/careers/open-positions/job-detail?jd=5008c4
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Sahil
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/15/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Peer Counselor - Compass Health
    Employer:
    Compass Health
    Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.

    WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR THE FOLLOWING:

    Peer Counselor
    Program: 98002 – Crisis Triage Center, Whatcom County
    Location: Bellingham
    Hours: Part-time (20 hours/week)
    Wage: $11.76 - $21.72/hour DOE


    POSITION SUMMARY
    Our Whatcom County Triage Facility is looking for a Peer Counselor to provide peer support services to clients under the supervision of the Program Manager. These services include assistance with stabilization, recovery, self-advocacy, development of natural supports, and the development and maintenance of community living skills.


    REQUIREMENTS
    1. High School Diploma or equivalent.
    2. Current Peer Counselor Certification required.
    3. Experience as a Peer Counselor preferred.
    4. Individuals who do not already hold a license or associate license through the Washington State Department of Health must submit Agency Affiliated
    Counselor application upon hire and be approved by the DOH.
    5. Current First Aid & CPR certification and Food Handlers permit, or ability to obtain within 90 days of hire.
    6. Valid Washington State Driver’s License including vehicle and appropriate insurance, if applicable.
    7. Thorough knowledge and understanding of rehabilitation and recovery.
    8. Knowledge of mental illnesses and chemical dependency, and effective strategies for dealing with its effects.
    9. Knowledge of community resources.
    10. Ability to partner with consumers and mental health professionals. Must be able to maintain professional boundaries.
    11. Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
    12. Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.
    13. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
    14. General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems.
    15. Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.


    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to resume@compassh.org. For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at www.compasshealth.org.

    Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Belliongham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    11-21 DOE
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  • Phlebotomy - Quest Diagnostics
    Employer:
    Quest Diagnostics
    We are anticipating some new Phlebotomy positions to become available in the Bellingham area.
    Please email your resume to Danielle.M.Robarge@questdiagnostics.com We are conducting interviews now.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Diana Golemo
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/22/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • RN - Compass Health
    Employer:
    Compass Health
    Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.


    WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR THE FOLLOWING:

    Registered Nurse (multiple positions available)
    Program: 98007 – Crisis Triage
    Location: Bellingham
    Hours: On-call (Shifts vary based on need)
    Wage: $22.72-$41.98/hour, DOE


    POSITION SUMMARY
    Our Crisis Triage Nursing Program in Whatcom County is looking for Registered Nurses to join our team. As a member of the multidisciplinary treatment team, the RN provides nursing care and supervision of the treatment of patients, administration of oral and injectable psychiatric and medical medications in office, and oversees compliance with medication schedule.



    REQUIREMENTS
    1. Current Washington State Registered Nurse License.
    2. 2 years of psychiatric nursing experience preferred.
    3. Current First Aid & CPR certification and Food Handlers permit, or ability to obtain within 90 days of hire.
    4. Thorough knowledge of nursing issues pertaining to the patient population served in the program along with thorough understanding of the nursing process and intervention strategies used to address these issues.
    5. Thorough knowledge of involuntary commitment laws.
    6. Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
    7. Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.
    8. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
    9. General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems.
    10. Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.


    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to resume@compassh.org.
    For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at www.compasshealth.org.

    Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    On call
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $22.72-$41
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  • Veterinary Technician - Veterinary Hospital
    Employer:
    Veterinary Hospital
    Are you a Licensed Veterinary Technician looking to expand you skills while living in an area where you can enjoy the outdoors in beautiful Northwest Washington?
    We are located about 30 minutes outside of Seattle, with the ocean, excellent hiking trails, vast mountains and other outdoor activities all within short drives away. Come work with an excellent staff in a well-organized team environment.
    We offer a wide variety of services from regular animal care and grooming to extensive hospital cases and surgeries. We see a variety of companion and exotic species and we are the Veterinary Care team for one of the largest non-profit wildlife rescues in the WA State. Expand your skills to include many of the local wildlife species in the Northwest while working at Sawyer Lake Veterinary Hospital.
    We prefer an LVT with at least a year of small animal experience, but will train the right individual.
    Our hospital offers excellent benefits, competitive wages, CE and license reimbursements. Relocation allowance or signing bonus is possible for the right candidate.
    If you are interested, please send a letter of interest to with LVT Position in the subject line to operations@sawyerlakevet.com . If you would prefer to fax, the number is (360) 886-2591.
    Sawyer Lake Veterinary Hospital 28727 216th Ave SE Kent WA 98042 360-886-8000 phone 360-886-2591 fax
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Seattle
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Industrial Technology
  • Executive Assistant - Alpha Technologies
    Employer:
    Alpha Technologies
    Executive Assistant

    Alpha Technologies, which provides world-class powering solutions, seeks an Executive Assistant to join our team in Bellingham, WA. This person will provide administrative support for the Vice-President and other managers requiring similar support. Will work in a fast-paced environment under general supervision on projects involving independent judgment, initiative and tact.


    Responsibilities:
    1. Complete all executive administrative tasks, including maintaining daily/weekly/monthly calendars and schedules, screen phone calls and emails
    2. Maintain and organize schedule of regular management/meetings; compile required presentation materials
    3. Complete, update and organize various management and financial reports in Excel
    3. Gather information and prepare reports, presentations, correspondence, and agendas as directed by executive
    4. Maintain confidential information, compensation records for direct reports, and organization charts
    5. Create correspondence, schedules, reports, and report templates
    6. Take and transcribe meeting minutes as needed
    7. Setup and maintain filing system
    8. Plan/organize executive level/quality meetings with both company and outside attendees
    9. Organize/manage executive travel arrangements and provide comprehensive business trip planning
    10. Maintain key customer/professional contact lists, databases, and org charts
    Requirements and Skills:
    Education: High School Diploma or equivalent

    Experience: 2 - 4 years office administration and 3-5 years of corporate travel experience

    1. Will work onsite (no tele-commuting)
    2. Ability to follow written and verbal directions in English language
    3. Ability to speak/read/write English
    4. Detail oriented and strong organizational skills
    5. Work well under pressure
    6. Current driver’s license and acceptable driving record
    7. Sufficient credit line for business purposes
    8. Available weekends and after hours when on call
    9. Ability to work independently and handle multiple projects simultaneously
    10. Have a record of exemplary organizational skills and attention to detail
    11. Strong written and verbal communication skills
    12. Have full working expertise of AV systems and Lync video conferencing
    13. Basic understanding of business financial concepts
    14. High sense of urgency with ability to meet timelines with high quality work
    15. Comfortable being professionally demanding, but collaborative, with executives and other administrative personnel
    16. Ability to prioritize work and change priorities quickly and effectively
    17. Understanding of professional and ethical conduct
    18. Ability to work with confidential information and use discretion in daily activities



    PC Application Skills:
    Basic level: Visio
    Intermediate level: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook
    br> Desirable:
    1. 2 year degree

    Travel Requirements: N/A


    To Apply:
    E-mail resume to: opportunities@alpha.com or fax resume to: 360-392-2148.
    For more info on The Alpha Group, visit www.alpha.com

    No phone calls please. Equal Opportunity Employer


    The Alpha Group offers a competitive package of employee benefits, including: 1. A comprehensive healthcare plan with dental, prescription and vision exam coverage
    2. Company paid group life/AD&D insurance, an Employee Assistance Program and a voluntary life insurance, short-term disability and long-term disability program
    3. Flexible spending plans for Healthcare Reimbursement and Dependent Care, including a substantial company contribution available toward annual licensed childcare costs
    4. A robust 401(k) plan with varied investment options. Alpha contributes matching dollars annually at the discretion of its trustees
    5. An annual tuition reimbursement program to encourage learning and growth
    6. Eight paid holidays each year
    7. Up to two weeks of vacation time accrued annually at the start of employment and sick time
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Field service Technician - Multivac, Inc.
    Employer:
    Multivac, Inc.
    Field Service Technician Opportunities – Join an industry leader!

    MULTIVAC is a premier provider of packaging solutions for the food, medical, and industrial and consumer goods industries. An exceptional Field Service staff is critical to our continued success and we are searching for ambitious Field Service Technicians with high electrical and mechanical aptitudes who want to work in a hands-on role with the industry’s best technical talent. As an FST, you will work directly with customers on a varied and state-of-the-art product line with new challenges and experiences each day.

    Wait - it gets better! We offer competitive base pay plus double-time pay on weekends, company car and cell phone, and paid training and travel. We also offer a $1,000 employee referral for FSTs so join the MULTIVAC team and refer your tech friends too.

    For more details, visit our website at
    http://us.multivac.com/en/multivac/career/ or send your resume to applicant@multivac.com with Field Service Technician in the subject line.
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Hours:
    Ask
    City:
    Many
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Instrumentation and Control Technician - Aqua Sierra
    Employer:
    Aqua Sierra
    Aqua Sierra Controls, Inc. is an instrumentation systems integrator with turnkey build capability, including engineering, construction, repairs, troubleshooting, and NIST Traceable Calibrations. We have been in business 35+ years and offer competitive wages and benefits packages.

    Must be able to work independently, willing to travel, and speak fluent English. Must have experience using standard calibration equipment for use in pressure, flow, pH, ORP, turbidity, etc.; 3-5 years experience is preferred. Must have experience with standard control operations within industrial manufacturing processes and water and waste water treatment facilities. Service area included California and Nevada. Must possess working knowledge of PLC and associated instrumentation, as well as AC/DC high and low voltage circuits and wiring. Confined Space/Bucket Truck/Forklift Certificates a plus.

    Responsibilities include working in an industrial manufacturing, oil & gas industries, food processing and water/wastewater facilities, providing troubleshooting, repair, and NIST Traceable Calibrations for a variety of process instruments and PLC’s.
    Pay range can vary from $40,000 to $90,000 depending upon experience and certifications. We also offer a full and comprehensive benefit package for the employee and family
    Please visit www.aquasierra.com to apply
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Greg
    Phone:
    530-906-6484
    City:
    California
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Maintenance Technician - Northwest Health Care Linen
    Employer:
    Northwest Health Care Linen
    Northwest Health Care Linen is the fastest growing exclusively medical laundry in the Northwest and takes pride in creating a work environment that promotes enthusiasm and professional growth. The success of our company is dependent on our highly motivated, energetic team-oriented staff who excel at great customer service.

    We are currently looking for a full time Maintenance Technician. This position is Monday through Friday, occasional Saturday work.

    Not only do we offer a competitive pay scale, NWHCL also offers an exceptional benefit package to our team members!
    1. We currently offer an exceptional Medical Plan and pay 70% of the employee's premium following 60 days of employment
    2. Paid Vacation and Sick leave following 1 year of employment
    3. 7 Paid Holidays per year following 90 days of employment
    4. 401k, with employer match following 1 year of employment
    5. Dental plans available
    6. Cafeteria plans available

    SUMMARY
    Perform daily maintenance functions to building and equipment.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Perform daily/weekly/monthly duties as instructed by the Maintenance Supervisor.
    2. Perform scheduled preventive maintenance to both building and equipment.
    3. Ability to change and adapt to production schedules if equipment breaks down.
    4. Work off production hours and weekends if needed.
    5. Perform task/s in a timely fashion for the least amount of disruption to production.
    6. Trouble shoot equipment and makes the appropriate decision to fix it in a timely manner.
    7. Supply themselves with hand tools as outlined in NWHCL's SOP "Tools and Equipment"
    8. Transfer chemicals from shipping containers into daily storage tanks.
    9. Recognize areas that need improvement and report back to the Maintenance Supervisor.
    10. Performs other duties as may be required by management.

    QUALIFICATIONS
    1. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
    2. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
    3. Must supply own hand tools (multi-meters; wrenches; sockets; screwdrivers ect)
    4. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    5. Must be able to read and understand electrical schematics.
    6. Willingness to help others accomplish their objectives.
    7. Must be able to quickly understand new information and situations.
    8. Displays determination to overcome unavoidable tension and pressure.
    9. Tolerates and understands personnel problems while working with personnel from different backgrounds.

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
    High School or GED
    College is a plus
    Electrical experience is required.
    Plumbing, welding and general carpentry a plus.
    Experience in related fields is a plus.

    LANGUAGE SKILLS
    Basic English required
    Bilingual is a plus.

    MATHEMATICAL SKILLS
    Basic mathematical skills required.

    REASONING ABILITY
    NWHCL Electrical Knowledge Test
    NWHCL Mechanical Aptitude Test
    Exercises sound judgment.

    CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
    Valid Washington State Driver License.

    1. Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
    2. do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers
    Hours:
    FT
    Address:
    4123 Strider Loop Rd
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $16-$18
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  • Marina Maintenance Position - Semiahmoo Marina
    Employer:
    Semiahmoo Marina
    Marina Maintenance Position

    Energetic, friendly person wanted for marina maintenance. Mechanical skills and construction knowledge needed. Position involves bending , heavy lifting, and some working on your knees. Work days are Friday through Tuesday, 8am to 5pm. This is a full time permanent position with full benefits after 90 days.
    Compensation of $13/hr. with review after 90 days.



    PLEASE SEND RESUME AND INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS to :
    SallyH@semiahmoomarina.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Doug
    City:
    Blaine
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $13
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  • Technical Labor - Process Calibration Tools
    Employer:
    Process Calibration Tools
    We are looking for a temp that might be interested in building more of the trainer boards.

    We have 4-6 weeks work depending on how many hours a day the prospect is available. We are pretty flexible on schedule.

    Pay is DOE

    To apply please email resume to:Jim.Shields@Fluke.com
    Hours:
    Temp PT
    Contact:
    Jim Shields
    Phone:
    425-446-5315
    Closes:
    9/25/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • IT Computers
  • Computer Help - Gretchen's Kitchen
    Employer:
    Gretchen's Kitchen
    German restaurant in Lynden is hiring for PT on-call computer help.
    Responsibilities include: Setting up antiviral protection on laptop, social networking and maintaining website. The right candidate will have taken computer courses and be able to help with intermediate computer problems.
    Please apply in person at: Gretchen's Kitchen
    1901 Front St. Lynden, WA98264
    Resume is not required.
    Pay is $10 an hour or may be paid in food.
    Hours:
    PT or On Call
    Contact:
    Lisa
    Phone:
    3602164600
    City:
    Lynden
    Zip:
    98264
    Closes:
    10/22/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10
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  • Volunteer

    Business and Office
  • Administrative Volunteer - Kindred Spirit
    Employer:
    Kindred Spirit
    Become a Hospice Volunteer!
    Administrative Volunteer will provide office support through clerical duties such as data entry, filing or phone calling.
    For more information please call:206-525-1090
    Jemilla.Goldstein@Gentiva.com
    Hours:
    All
    Contact:
    Jemilla
    Phone:
    206-525-1090
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98125
    Closes:
    9/23/2016
    Pay Rate:
    none
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  • General
  • Administrative Volunteer - Kindred Spirit
    Employer:
    Kindred Spirit
    Become a Hospice Volunteer!
    Administrative Volunteer will provide office support through clerical duties such as data entry, filing or phone calling.
    For more information please call:206-525-1090
    Jemilla.Goldstein@Gentiva.com
    Hours:
    All
    Contact:
    Jemilla
    Phone:
    206-525-1090
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98125
    Closes:
    9/23/2016
    Pay Rate:
    none
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  • Patient Visit Volunteer - Kindred Hospice
    Employer:
    Kindred Hospice
    Become a Hospice Volunteer!
    Description: Providing companionship and support through conversation, leisure activities, or by being supportive presence.
    Contact: Jemilla.Goldstein@Gentiva.com
    For more information please call: 206-525-1090
    Hours:
    Any
    Contact:
    Jemilla
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98125
    Closes:
    9/23/2016
    Pay Rate:
    none
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  • Healthcare
  • Patient Visit Volunteer - Kindred Hospice
    Employer:
    Kindred Hospice
    Become a Hospice Volunteer!
    Description: Providing companionship and support through conversation, leisure activities, or by being supportive presence.
    Contact: Jemilla.Goldstein@Gentiva.com
    For more information please call: 206-525-1090
    Hours:
    Any
    Contact:
    Jemilla
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98125
    Closes:
    9/23/2016
    Pay Rate:
    none
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  • Administrative Assistant - St. John’s Lutheran Church
    Employer:
    St. John’s Lutheran Church
    Title: Administrative Assistant
    Description: St. John’s Lutheran Church, Bellingham, is looking for an Administrative Assistant. This is a part-time position, 16 hours per week with a competitive hourly wage (DOE).
    Basic duties and responsibilities:
    1. Serve as the church receptionist, answering, routing and responding to phone calls and e-mail.
    2. Write, edit, and publish printed materials such as the weekly worship bulletin, monthly newsletter, and external marketing communications.
    3. Maintain church calendar, member directory, and contact lists.
    4. General Office Duties.
    Required skills:
    1. Commitment to hospitality, presenting a welcoming presence to all.
    2. Ability to work diplomatically with the pastor, congregation, staff, and public
    3. Be capable with MS Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, and social media platforms.
    4. Ability to recruit and oversee volunteers.
    Other requirements:
    1. Share the congregation's general values and sense of mission.
    2. Maintain confidentiality.
    3. Treat all people with respect.
    4. Ability to firmly set boundaries.
    5. Pass a Washington State Patrol background check.
    To apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to: sjlc.personnel@gmail.com Position will remain open until filled. stjohnsbellingham.com
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/13/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Medication Nurse/LPN - Compass Health
    Employer:
    Compass Health
    Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.

    WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR THE FOLLOWING:

    Medication Nurse/LPN
    Program: 98007 – Crisis Triage, Whatcom County
    Location: Bellingham
    Hours: On-call (hours vary based on need)
    Wage: $17.97 – 33.20/hour DOE


    POSITION SUMMARY
    Our Whatcom County Crisis Triage Facility is currently hiring for a Medication Nurse/LPN. As a member of a multidisciplinary treatment team, our Medication Nurses administer medications and provide other appropriate nursing care.


    REQUIREMENTS
    1. Current Washington State LPN or RN License.
    2 years of psychiatric nursing experience preferred.
    3. Current First Aid & CPR certification and Food Handlers permit, or ability to obtain within 90 days of hire.
    4. Thorough knowledge of medication use and potential side effects.
    5. Thorough knowledge of nursing issues pertaining to the patient population served in the program along with thorough understanding of the nursing process and intervention strategies used to address these issues.
    6. Thorough knowledge of involuntary commitment laws.
    7. Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
    8. Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.
    9. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
    10. General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems.
    11. Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.



    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to resume@compassh.org. For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at www.compasshealth.org.

    Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    On call
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/30/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $17.97-$33
  • Administrative Volunteer - Kindred Spirit
    Employer:
    Kindred Spirit
    Become a Hospice Volunteer!
    Administrative Volunteer will provide office support through clerical duties such as data entry, filing or phone calling.
    For more information please call:206-525-1090
    Jemilla.Goldstein@Gentiva.com
    Hours:
    All
    Contact:
    Jemilla
    Phone:
    206-525-1090
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98125
    Closes:
    9/23/2016
    Pay Rate:
    none
  • Animal Care Specialist - The NOAH Animal Center
    Employer:
    The NOAH Animal Center
    Animal Care Specialist
    Job Announcement

    Attention experienced animal lovers! The NOAH Animal Center is hiring a part time Animal Care Specialist. Join our fun, fast pace, and professional environment where you can help save the lives of homeless dogs and cats through our high quality, low-income spay and neuter programs, family friendly pet adoptions, humane education and volunteer programs. It's a great opportunity for someone who enjoys being a compassionate and supportive leader to volunteers, loves animals, and wants to help NOAH achieve our mission of finding homes for animals and reduce overpopulation of animals through low-cost spay/neuter.

    Job Summary
    The Animal Care Specialist reports to the Clinic & Medical Care Director. They are responsible for all medical treatments of NOAH animals; includes check-in, exams, post-op care, administration of all medications and vaccines. Responsible for preparing all medications to go home with adopted animals. Responsible for accurate record keeping and ensuring all animals are current on vaccines and de-worming medications. Autoclave, clean, and sanitize equipment on a daily basis. Supervises and trains volunteers. Communicate with co-workers to ensure the best care for NOAH animals.

    Pay is dependant on Experience
    Qualifications
    1. High School Diploma or GED Equivalent
    2. Must be 18 years of age
    3. Will obtain a Medical Clerks License within 6 months of starting the job.
    4. Will obtain Euthanasia Certification when next available.
    5. Animal Shelter or kenneling experience preferred.
    6. Computer literate in Windows environment.
    7. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment.
    8. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
    9. Shows initiative and is a conscientious worker.
    10. Ability to handle multiple tasks at once in a fast-paced environment.
    11. Associates degree in a biological science is desired.
    12. Certified Veterinary Assistant course completion is desired
    13. Two years prior experience in an animal welfare environment & 1 year clinical experience is desired.
    14. Must agree to a WSP WATCH Background check and meet all the requirements in The NOAH Center’s WSP WATCH Background Check Policy.

    Instructions for Applying

    MUST BE AVAILABLE TO WORK WEEKENDS

    Please send a resume and cover letter to:
    MJ Zelinka, Clinic & Medical Director
    Email: maryj@thenoahcenter.org
    Mail: 31300 Brandstrom Road Stanwood, WA 98292
    Fax: 360.629.9923

    All resume and cover letters are due by September 30, 2016

    Thank you for your interest in working for The NOAH Center!
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Stanwood
    Zip:
    98292
    Closes:
    9/30/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • ARNP - Compass Health
    Employer:
    Compass Health
    Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.

    WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR THE FOLLOWING:

    ARNP
    Program: 96052 – Psychiatric Services, Whatcom County Outpatient
    Location: Bellingham
    Hours: Part-time (20 – 32 hours/week)
    Wage: $38.90-$71.88/hour, DOE


    POSITION SUMMARY
    We are looking for an ARNP to join our Psychiatric Services team in Bellingham. Our new ARNP will be responsible for providing comprehensive psychiatric evaluations and treatment of mental health consumers at our Outpatient programs in Whatcom County. This position is also responsible for providing consultation and training regarding psychiatric illness to other clinicians.


    REQUIREMENTS
    ]1. National Certification and ARNP License in the State of Washington.
    2. 2 years’ experience in providing required services in a psychiatric setting preferred.
    3. Valid Washington State Driver’s License including vehicle and appropriate insurance, if applicable.
    4. Ability to complete a comprehensive bio-psycho-social evaluation, diagnosis and treatment plan on mental health consumers.
    5. Thorough familiarity with indications and management of psychotropic medications.
    6. Knowledge of insight-oriented, behavioral, cognitive and supportive, individual, family, and group forms of treatment.
    7. Knowledge of utilization management and quality assurance.
    8. Ability to work cooperatively with others in a team approach to behavioral health care.
    9. Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
    10. Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.
    11. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
    12. General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems.
    13. Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.


    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to resume@compassh.org. For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at www.compasshealth.org.

    Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    PT 20-32 Hrs
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $38-71 DOE
  • Bellingham Public Schools - Chef Support
    Employer:
    Chef Support
    FOOD SERVICES LEADER
    “Implementing a World Class Vision”
    Are you interested in an exciting opportunity to reshape a school food program into a flagship model? Bellingham Public Schools in Bellingham, Washington, is looking for a skilled, energetic leader to join a team focused on our vision of encouraging a lifetime of healthy eating by serving students nourishing, delicious, whole foods in a welcoming environment. Bellingham is well-positioned to be one of the best school districts in the country, not to mention an ideal place to live.
    With strong support from leadership, community partners, and the community, we also have approval of a measure for funding to build a central kitchen, to be designed this school year. Our Farm to School Program is energetic and progressive, and school gardens are important parts of all of our elementary and half of our middle schools.
    We seek a leader who has the skill sets to make the vision a reality. The leader will oversee the implementation of the Farm-to-Cafeteria model operating in compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, local and state health ordinances, and the district's policies; prepare and administer the financial budget and be responsible for the procurement of product, supplies, and equipment; be knowledgeable about kitchen, serving and eating area facility design as well as equipment needs and maintenance; direct the development of standards for the operation of the program and the specification of operating standards; and manage the development of systems for food processing systems, as well as software systems for front of house, and back of house tracking. With exemplary people and communication skills, this person will serve as a liaison with school administrators, maintain healthy morale, resolve operational issues and develop strong working relationships with staff, students, purveyors, school leaders and teachers, as well as other stakeholders including community partners.
    Competitive salary dependent on qualifications and experience.
    Please send resume to:jessica.sankey@bellinghamschools.org
    Hours:
    ask
    Contact:
    Jessica
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/13/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Branch Office Administrator - Edward Jones
    Employer:
    Edward Jones
    At Edward Jones, our commitment to our associates has made us one of the nation's leading financial services firms. We seek an individual to support the Financial Advisor through client service, office administration and client development functions.
    New Branch Office Administrators complete a comprehensive, online, self-directed training program that provides knowledge and skills needed to help operate a local branch office.
    For the 17th year, Edward Jones was named one of the 100 Best Companies to work for.
    Please review the job description at:www.edwardjones.com
    If interested please send resume to:Monisha.Brandt@edwardjones.com
    Pay is DOE
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Monisha
    City:
    Ferndale
    Closes:
    10/13/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Case Manager - Northwest Regional Council
    Employer:
    Northwest Regional Council
    Job Summary: the Northwest regional Council, as an Area Agency on Aging, funds and/or provides community-based programs to help elders and people with disabilities live in their own homes an communities for as long a spouse bled, post[oning or eliminating the need for institutional care. The Case Manager assigned to the Health Homes Program will provide care coordination for aa caseload of clients enrolled ion NWRC's Health Homes Program, These responsibilities include health coaching, coordination of health and social services, care transitions, assessment, health action plan ning and other activities designed to increase participants' activation and e engagement in their health and wellness goals.

    Essential Job Duties include but not limited to:
    Health Home Care Coordinator
    1. Conducts in-person visits and accompanies clients to health provider appointments as needed , to ensure continuity of care and coordination.
    2. Administers self-management readiness assessments and provides health education and coaching to assist the client in increasing self-management skills, and improve their engagement with health and service providers. Fosters communication between providers (i.e., primary care provider, medical specialists, etc.) and provider networks (i.e./ those authorizing behavioral and long term supports and services.)
    3. Assists clients in developing a Health Action Plan that documents strategies and measurable objectives to meet health goals.
    4. Facilitates client's use of peer supports and/or participation in appropriate support groups and self-care programs in order to increase clients' knowledge of their health care3 conditions and to improve adherence to prescribed treatments.
    Case Manager Responsibilities
    5. Provides supportive functions for the client, including client advocacy, assistance, consultation, family support, and crisis intervention.
    6. Conducts an assessment that evaluates client's cognitive, behavioral, and functional abilities by utilizing the Washington State Comprehensive Assessment Reporting & Evaluation (CARE) tool. Determines need and level of care for long-term care services and assesses resources for support.
    7. Develops a safe and appropriate client-centered service plan, including use of case staffing and/or consultation for development.
    8. Implements service plan by making appropriate arrangements with service providers and informal supports.
    8. Implements service plan by making appropriate arrangements with service providers and informal supports.
    9. Provides ongoing case management and monitoring to ensure service plan is functioning as intended and meets the needs of the clients. Conducts reassessments of clients' service plans with required time frames.
    10. Develops and maintains complete, concise client files in compliance with ADSA policy.
    11. Maintains Social Service Payment System (SSPS) including coordination with provider agencies: completing paperwork for Individual Providers; and preparing monthly changes and updates for SSPS, observing monthly deadlines.
    12. Develops and maintains linkages with community agencies/organizations that provide support to the program or individual older persons. Works collaboratively with multi-disciplinary team.
    Qualifications:
    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
    1. Demonstrated ability to assess client health and functional status, develop appropriate care plans, assess skills of caregivers, and make clear and concise recommendations.
    2. Demonstrated client advocacy skills and sensitivity to the needs and values of diverse groups.
    3. Knowledge of the long term care system and services, issues related to aging and disability, and case management. Knowledge of state, and federal funded programs, and local aging and disability resources. Knowledge of the formal and informal support networks available to the residents of the appropriate service area.
    4. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers community agencies, and the general public using courtesy, tact, and good judgmement.
    5. Ability to defuse difficult situations recognizing the need for sensitivity as well as assertiveness.
    Education/Experience:
    1. Bachelors' Degree in Behavioral, Health Sciences or related field AND four years closely related work experience (or Master's Degree in equivalent field and two years closely related work 3experience).
    Licenses/Certificates:
    1. Must have valid WA State Driver License, a vehicle available for work-related travel, and appropriate liability insurance.
    Working Conditions/Physical Requirements: Work is performed approximately 60% in an office environment and 40% performing client visits for Case Manager responsibilities. The office hazards may include working with emotionally unstable, non-compliant or aggressive clients and complex family dynamics; significant; significant local travel; driving in inclement weather; second hand tobacco smoke; aggressive animals; and exposure to contagious diseases. Potential exposure to repetitive stresses due to prolonged use of computers.

    Sufficient mobility is required for the use of office equipment such as computer laptops, telephones, files, and the copier, as well as for performing in-home assessments of clients, which may have limited accessibility. The ability to hear and communicate at a level sufficient to perform the essential functions of the position is required. Ability to lift and maneuver a maximum of 30pounds.
    Benefits:
    NWRC offers excellent medical/dental/vision benefits for the full-time employee and their dependents(s). In addition , the employee and dependents are eligible to participate in the Employee Assistance Program(EAP). Other benefits include participating in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), long term disability insurance, life insurance, various deferred compensation programs, Flex Plans for health and/or child/elder care, paid leave, sick leave, and 11 paid holidays per year.

    To Apply: Application materials may be requested by downloading directly http://www.nwrcwa.org/employment/, emailing NWRCHumanResources@dshs.wa.gov, or contacting the Bellingham Office @ 360-676-6749. All application materials, including a cover letter and resume, must be fully completed and returned to the Bellingham office.

    Selection Process: After reviewing the applications, the NWRC will contact the most qualified candidates to participate in a selection process consist ng of job-related selection exercises. NWRC will make reasonable accommodation upon request for those individuals with disabilities.
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/22/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $21.92-28.
  • Child Care Lead Teacher - Hillcrest Kids Early Learning
    Employer:
    Hillcrest Kids Early Learning
    Title: Child Care Lead Teacher
    Description: We have multiple openings for Afternoon Lead Teachers who love interacting with energetic and curious toddler or preschool age children and who are comfortable caring for seven to ten children, depending on the age of the class.
    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, creating an environment that meets the emotional, social, physical, and cognitive developmental needs of the assigned age group by providing weekly age-appropriate lesson plans and ensuring the safety of all children in a loving place. Classroom activities might include providing art projects, sensory motor activities, story time, music and games. The ideal candidate will be a team player who is flexible, self-motivated and with experience in Early Childhood Education or childcare.

    Hours: 2:00 - 6:15 M - F.

    To Apply: Please pick up an application at our center at 1400 Larrabee Avenue in Fairhaven or on our website, hillcrestkids.com. Upon hire, you will need a valid WA state driver's license, CPR/First Aid certification, negative TB test results, and a certificate in STARS 30 hour basic training (within 6 months of employment).
    Contact: Megan Mailhot, Program Coordinator, 360-733-8135 Pay Rate: starting rate $10/hour, possible increase
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Megan
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/31/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10
  • Clinician II - Compass Health
    Employer:
    Compass Health
    Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.


    WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR THE FOLLOWING:

    Clinician II
    Program: 98002 – Crisis Triage, Whatcom County
    Location: Bellingham
    Hours: On-call (hours vary based on need)
    Wage: $16.61-$30.69/hour, DOE


    POSITION SUMMARY
    Our Crisis Triage Program in Whatcom County is looking for a Clinician II who will be responsible for providing specialized crisis intervention and short-term treatment services to adults and older adults experiencing an acute behavioral health crisis, with the goal of crisis stabilization within the least restrictive setting. This position is responsible for assessing client functioning and needs, and partnering with the client and treatment team to develop an individually tailored care plan designed to promote recovery.


    QUALIFICATIONS
    1. MA/MS/MSW Degree in a Behavioral Science related field.
    2. Qualifies as a Mental Health Professional (MHP) as defined by WAC.
    3. Demonstrated knowledge and experience with Evidence-Based Practices, or interest and ability to learn.
    4. Individuals who do not already hold a license or associate license through the Washington State Department of Health must submit Agency Affiliated Counselor application upon hire and be approved by the DOH.
    5. Current First Aid & CPR certification and Food Handlers permit, or ability to obtain within 90 days of hire.
    6. Ability to work effectively with individuals with complex needs and multi-system involvement.
    7. Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
    8. Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.

    9. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
    10. General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems.
    11. Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.


    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to resume@compassh.org. For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at www.compasshealth.org.

    Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    On call
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $16-30 DOE
  • Computer Help - Gretchen's Kitchen
    Employer:
    Gretchen's Kitchen
    German restaurant in Lynden is hiring for PT on-call computer help.
    Responsibilities include: Setting up antiviral protection on laptop, social networking and maintaining website. The right candidate will have taken computer courses and be able to help with intermediate computer problems.
    Please apply in person at: Gretchen's Kitchen
    1901 Front St. Lynden, WA98264
    Resume is not required.
    Pay is $10 an hour or may be paid in food.
    Hours:
    PT or On Call
    Contact:
    Lisa
    Phone:
    3602164600
    City:
    Lynden
    Zip:
    98264
    Closes:
    10/22/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10
  • Culinary Services Director - Era Living
    Employer:
    Era Living
    Era Living, a respected leader in retirement living in the Puget Sound, has an exciting opportunity to join our team as the Culinary Services Director at The Gardens at Town Square.

    The Gardens at Town Square is located in the heart of downtown Bellevue, offering luxurious apartment living for adults who’ve reached the age of 62. The Gardens at Town Square offer a superior level of comfort, quality and the personalized hospitality for which Era Living communities are known.

    The Position:
    The Culinary Services Director is responsible for all aspects of kitchen operations to ensure the highest quality of food and service. This includes the planning, preparation and delivery of three meals per day, seven days per week, as well as maintaining sanitation standards, and scheduling and training staff.

    Responsibilities:
    1. Responsible for the overall creation of menus, preparation instructions, and individual dish specifications by ingredients.
    2. Manages inventory system for food cost reporting & overseas purchasing of food items and other supplies.
    3. Meets with residents regarding food service issues and menu development. 4. Creates menus which ensure nutritional goals of boarding home regulations and clientele preferences.
    5. Ensures all department practices comply with established universal precautions for health, safety, sanitation, and infection control policies and procedures.
    6. Assists in planning banquets and special events.
    7. Performs cook duties when necessary.
    Qualifications:
    1. Culinary Arts degree and prior food service experience in senior living, hospitality, or restaurants preferred.
    2. Minimum of 4 years cooking experience.
    3. Minimum of 2 years managing all aspects of a food service department, including supervisory experience.
    4. Current WA Food Handlers permit, CPR, First Aid and Alcohol Serving Certification.
    5. Ability to work variable hours and days.
    6. Serve Safe Certified.
    We offer an excellent benefits and compensation package that includes:
    medical, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) with company match, vacation, holidays, sick and longevity bonuses.

    If you are dedicated to honoring older adults, please apply online at https://careers-eraliving.icims.com/jobs/1086/culinary-service-director/login!

    We are an equal opportunity employer
    www.eraliving.com
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellevue
    Closes:
    10/13/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Dental Assistant - Dental Office
    Employer:
    Dental Office
    Our Fast-paced, Patient-focused team is looking to add another FT (4 days/week) Dental Assistant, or Expanded Functions Dental Assistant. You will be a part of an excellent dental team who makes our patients feel like they are #1. We are looking for someone with dental assisting experience, and excellent computer and communication skills. Dentrix knowledge is a plus! Wage is DOE. Please email your Resume and Cover letter in PDF format to faithbultdds1@yahoo.com
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/21/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Dental Hygienist - Barkley Boulevard Dental Care
    Employer:
    Barkley Boulevard Dental Care
    Company : Barkley Boulevard Dental Care, Dr. Les Seelye
    Job title : Dental Hygienist
    Description: Looking for a personable, skilled hygienist. If you are passioniate about helping patients with their oral hygiene, we would love to meet you.
    Part time position, two days, Thursdays and Fridays. 7am -4pm Could be flexible with hours.
    Qualifications: Experience with Dentrix and digital xrays are a plus.
    Pay: Depends on experience
    How to apply: Email resume and cover letter to barkley.dental@comcast.net
    Closing date: until position has been filled.

    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Dental Lab Assistant - Dental Office
    Employer:
    Dental Office
    Here is our job posting. To apply please send resume to:
    perfectingyoursmile@gmail.com



    Our denture clinic located in Bellingham is looking for a detail oriented individual that can work in a fast paced laboratory environment; experience working in the dental field in some capacity is preferred. Although this position will start out as 20 hours per week, we anticipate that to grow.
    Responsibilities:
    1. Lab organization: manage flow of cases in the lab
    2. Sanitization and sterilization of trays and tools
    3. Pouring Up Models - processing of cases
    4. Organizing lab supplies & inventory
    5. General cleaning and upkeep of lab
    6. Filing charts and assisting with front office duties as needed
    7. Some customer service including phoning patients and assisting denturists with patients, but mostly lab work behind the scenes
    Required Skills:
    1. Computer skills - using MS Word and Excel, and practice management software (would prefer some excel experience, but can train on the practice software)
    2. Dental office or health care facility experience
    3. Detail oriented: Able to follow protocols and procedures
    4. Strong interpersonal skills: Work closely with Denturists, front office staff and other lab technicians. Occasionally work with patients.
    5. Organizational skills: Able to manage work flow and products throughout the lab and maintain processes and organization of tools, files and products
    6. Occasionally may require periods of standing, bending, carrying or lifting supplies and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds.
    Preferred Skills:
    1. Denture lab experience
    Job Type: Part-Time: currently 20 hours per week minimum, anticipate this growing to full time.

    Education requirements: GED / high school degree required. Dental Lab experience preferred.

    Job Type: Part-time, eventually full time

    Required education:
    1. High school or equivalent
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Dog Bather - Dirty Dog Wash
    Employer:
    Dirty Dog Wash
    Dog Bather
    Contact: Holly Wertman at Dirty Dog Wash
    Hours: Wed-Sun 9-3
    Pay is dependant on experience
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    Blaine
    (360)371-8874
    Text 360-201-8949
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Holly
    Phone:
    360-371-8874
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    9/23/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Executive Assistant - Alpha Technologies
    Employer:
    Alpha Technologies
    Executive Assistant

    Alpha Technologies, which provides world-class powering solutions, seeks an Executive Assistant to join our team in Bellingham, WA. This person will provide administrative support for the Vice-President and other managers requiring similar support. Will work in a fast-paced environment under general supervision on projects involving independent judgment, initiative and tact.


    Responsibilities:
    1. Complete all executive administrative tasks, including maintaining daily/weekly/monthly calendars and schedules, screen phone calls and emails
    2. Maintain and organize schedule of regular management/meetings; compile required presentation materials
    3. Complete, update and organize various management and financial reports in Excel
    3. Gather information and prepare reports, presentations, correspondence, and agendas as directed by executive
    4. Maintain confidential information, compensation records for direct reports, and organization charts
    5. Create correspondence, schedules, reports, and report templates
    6. Take and transcribe meeting minutes as needed
    7. Setup and maintain filing system
    8. Plan/organize executive level/quality meetings with both company and outside attendees
    9. Organize/manage executive travel arrangements and provide comprehensive business trip planning
    10. Maintain key customer/professional contact lists, databases, and org charts
    Requirements and Skills:
    Education: High School Diploma or equivalent

    Experience: 2 - 4 years office administration and 3-5 years of corporate travel experience

    1. Will work onsite (no tele-commuting)
    2. Ability to follow written and verbal directions in English language
    3. Ability to speak/read/write English
    4. Detail oriented and strong organizational skills
    5. Work well under pressure
    6. Current driver’s license and acceptable driving record
    7. Sufficient credit line for business purposes
    8. Available weekends and after hours when on call
    9. Ability to work independently and handle multiple projects simultaneously
    10. Have a record of exemplary organizational skills and attention to detail
    11. Strong written and verbal communication skills
    12. Have full working expertise of AV systems and Lync video conferencing
    13. Basic understanding of business financial concepts
    14. High sense of urgency with ability to meet timelines with high quality work
    15. Comfortable being professionally demanding, but collaborative, with executives and other administrative personnel
    16. Ability to prioritize work and change priorities quickly and effectively
    17. Understanding of professional and ethical conduct
    18. Ability to work with confidential information and use discretion in daily activities



    PC Application Skills:
    Basic level: Visio
    Intermediate level: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook
    br> Desirable:
    1. 2 year degree

    Travel Requirements: N/A


    To Apply:
    E-mail resume to: opportunities@alpha.com or fax resume to: 360-392-2148.
    For more info on The Alpha Group, visit www.alpha.com

    No phone calls please. Equal Opportunity Employer


    The Alpha Group offers a competitive package of employee benefits, including: 1. A comprehensive healthcare plan with dental, prescription and vision exam coverage
    2. Company paid group life/AD&D insurance, an Employee Assistance Program and a voluntary life insurance, short-term disability and long-term disability program
    3. Flexible spending plans for Healthcare Reimbursement and Dependent Care, including a substantial company contribution available toward annual licensed childcare costs
    4. A robust 401(k) plan with varied investment options. Alpha contributes matching dollars annually at the discretion of its trustees
    5. An annual tuition reimbursement program to encourage learning and growth
    6. Eight paid holidays each year
    7. Up to two weeks of vacation time accrued annually at the start of employment and sick time
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Exhibition Cook, Food Prep, Supervisor, General Utility, Part Time Student Worker - Aramark Higher Education
    Employer:
    Aramark Higher Education
    Company: Aramark Higher Education
    Job Title: Exhibition Cook, Food Prep, Supervisor, General Utility, Part Time Student Worker
    Description: Western Washington University’s Dining Services is looking for talented, skilled professionals for full time and part time positions. There are multiple positions to choose from to fit your skills and lifestyle. Whether you are a student looking for some part time or full time hours to help further your career, or a recent graduate looking to excel and move up within a company, and everyone in between, dining services is right for you!
    Qualifications: Will vary based on position
    Pay: Will vary based on position
    How to Apply: If interested, please go to www.aramark.com/careers and search for Bellingham, WA. There you will see all openings.
    Closing Date: Open until filled


    Hours:
    PT FT
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Field Construction Boilermaker Apprentice - Western States Joint Apprenticeship Program
    Employer:
    Western States Joint Apprenticeship Program
    Announcement of Boilermakers Apprenticeship Openings Woman and Minorities are encouraged to apply
    The Boilermakers trade includes the fabrication, installation, modification and repair of boilers, hydro dams, tanks, pressure vessels, furnaces and associated equipmentsuch as stacks, platforms in power plants, petroleum refinement, chemical plants, paper mills, steel mills and food and beverage plants.
    The skills required of a construction boilermaker consists of reading bueprints, rigging of heavy loads, burning, welding, layout, fit up, fabrication of metal parts and often working in high places in excess of 100 feet.

    Please be advised that application for Field Construction Boilermaker Apprentices will be issued on the first business Wednesday of each month call local for times at the following locations:
    Boilermakers Local #502 (for the AK and W. Washington) 253-435-0332
    Boilermakers Local #242 (for the area of S. Washington) 509-489-1891
    Minimum Qualifications:
    1. Be at least eighteen (18) years of age.
    2. Must have graduated from high school or equivalency (GED)
    Note: Applicants must provide photocopies of Birth Certificate and High School Diploma or GED when making application (Official Transcript of Diploma will be required prior to indenturement).
    3. Applicants will be physically capable of performing the essential functions of the apprenticeship program, with or without a reasonable accommodation, and without posing a direct threat to the health and safety of the individual or others. Applicants will pass a physical agility test, fitness test, or screen for the current illegal use of drugs, if applicable, on acceptance into the program and prior to being employed.
    4. All appliants must pass each section as stated in the approved Selection Procedure, if applicable.
    5. Upon application to the Program, an applicant must demonstrate theat he/she has access to reliable transportation. For purposes of this requirement, the term reliable transportation shall mean any form of trasnportation that permits the apprentice to attend work and any required classroom instruction held in geographic jurisdiction of the program.

    Other Information:
    1. Complete a six thousand (6000) hour comprehensive training program.
    2. Attend 144 hours of classroom instruction per year on personal time.
    3. Drug/Alcohol test forty-eight (48) hours after signing apprenticeship agreements and on an annual, random, reasonagle suspicion, job to job, and/or cause basis thereafter.
    4. Legal right to live and work in the United States.
    5. Abide by State and Area Apprenriceshi[ Standards and Rules and any amendments or revisions thereto.

    Welding Qualifications:
    All applicants will be required to complete a Random Selection Form. Applicants that have welding experience or training will ha ve priority selection over those with no welding certification or training. Applicants must provide copies of proof of welding certification and/or training (after high school years)when making application. Duplicated copies of the original documents must be submitted as the area apprenticeship committee will keep them.

    Selection of apprentices under this program is made on the basis of the qualifications alone, as set for the in the approved selection procedures of the Boilermakers National Joint Apprenticeship Board for the Boilermaker Trade. All applications are afforded equal opportunity without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age or disability.
    Questions regarding this program may be directed to this office by calling us at (928)645-0277 or emailing us at westernstatesjac@gmail.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Collin
    City:
    Puyallup Spokane
    Closes:
    9/25/2016
    Pay Rate:
    Ask
  • Field service Technician - Multivac, Inc.
    Employer:
    Multivac, Inc.
    Field Service Technician Opportunities – Join an industry leader!

    MULTIVAC is a premier provider of packaging solutions for the food, medical, and industrial and consumer goods industries. An exceptional Field Service staff is critical to our continued success and we are searching for ambitious Field Service Technicians with high electrical and mechanical aptitudes who want to work in a hands-on role with the industry’s best technical talent. As an FST, you will work directly with customers on a varied and state-of-the-art product line with new challenges and experiences each day.

    Wait - it gets better! We offer competitive base pay plus double-time pay on weekends, company car and cell phone, and paid training and travel. We also offer a $1,000 employee referral for FSTs so join the MULTIVAC team and refer your tech friends too.

    For more details, visit our website at
    http://us.multivac.com/en/multivac/career/ or send your resume to applicant@multivac.com with Field Service Technician in the subject line.
    Pay is dependant on experience
    Hours:
    Ask
    City:
    Many
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Front Desk - Veterinary Hospital
    Employer:
    Veterinary Hospital
    If you are a skilled Veterinary Client Service/Front Office wanting to work in a Team environment while continuing to grow, then this is where you want to work!
    Renton Veterinary Hospital is the local Animal Hospital, since 1941, catering to the needs of small animals, exotics and avian for their medical care. We pride ourselves in the care we deliver to our clients.
    As a Veterinary Client Service/Front Office in our hospital you are an important component to the good care we deliver. This position is the voice and first point of contact for the hospital. If you are someone who can multi-task, while remaining calm, take charge and clearly communicate with our staff and clients, we want to talk to you.
    Requirements for the right Team Member are:

    1. 1 year of experience in a small animal veterinary practice
    2. Computer and telephone skills
    3. Ability to handle cash drawer and basic math skills
    4.Animal handling and general care skills, preferred
    5. Able to communicate professionally in speaking and writing
    6. Available to work weekend/holiday hours as needed
    Position is Full-Time, with scheduling between 30 – 40 hours per week. Team Members are eligible for health benefits after 60 days including Medical (Paid by Hospital for Team Member), Dental, paid time off, matching retirement fund, Holiday pay (even your Birthday off!), continuing education allowances and discounted veterinary care for your animal(s).
    If you are the right Team Member for us then forward your resume along with a personalized cover letter to rentonvet@yahoo.com – SUBJECT: Client Service/Front Office. Please no phone calls.
    Hours:
    30-40
    City:
    Renton
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Full and Part Time Kitchen Positions - Bow-Edison Fine Food & Drink
    Employer:
    Bow-Edison Fine Food & Drink
    Full & Part-time Kitchen Positions for New Restaurant on Chuckanut Drive:

    BowEdison Fine Food & Drink, a newly renovated, somewhat progressive, slightly sophisticated full-service restaurant, is now hiring Cooks, Prep Cooks, and Dishwashers.

    We're looking for mature, professional, self-motivated, friendly, service-oriented people to make our guests' dining experiences memorable. You gotta have hustle, common sense, and pride in consistently exceeding our guests' expectations.

    BowEdison will be open for dinner six nights/week, and serve weekend brunch.


    COOKS (all levels)
    Prior experience in prep, saute, grill, fryer, oven and egg cookery desirable. Team worker, organized, FIFO, sanitation-conscious, communication-savvy, skilled time managers who can produce excellent results and follow directions. Open availability is preferable but not required.
    Culinary students are encouraged to apply!

    LEAD COOK
    A proven manager; able to lead staff confidently while representing Head Chef with integrity. Experienced in inventory management (procurement, ordering, receiving & storage). Full-time availability. Sanitation, quality and consistency must be priorities. Must have a strong sense of urgency, lead by example, and be willing to learn.

    DISHWASHERS
    Team worker, organized, able to prioritize, sanitation-conscious, fast learner, can produce excellent results and follow directions consistently. A desire to cross-train and develop your cooking skills is encouraged and rewarded.

    Requirements for all positions:
    1. Skagit County Food Handler's Card.
    2. Availability to work nights & weekends.
    3. Able to lift and carry 40 pounds.
    4. Able to stand, walk, lift, and bend for long periods of time.

    http://www.bowedison.com/

    Please reply with your RESUME and LETTER OF INTRODUCTION, and please include your contact information in the body of your email.

    Hours:
    PT FT
    City:
    Bow/Edison
    Closes:
    9/25/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Hygienist - Laura Howrey DDS
    Employer:
    Laura Howrey DDS
    Evergreen Dentistry is looking for a dental hygienist one day per week.
    New graduates are encouraged to apply.
    Please send a resume to bhamhelpwanted@outlook.com
    Salary $42-50/h DOQ.

    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Laura Howrey DDS
    Phone:
    360-927-5100
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $42-$50
  • Instrumentation and Control Technician - Aqua Sierra
    Employer:
    Aqua Sierra
    Aqua Sierra Controls, Inc. is an instrumentation systems integrator with turnkey build capability, including engineering, construction, repairs, troubleshooting, and NIST Traceable Calibrations. We have been in business 35+ years and offer competitive wages and benefits packages.

    Must be able to work independently, willing to travel, and speak fluent English. Must have experience using standard calibration equipment for use in pressure, flow, pH, ORP, turbidity, etc.; 3-5 years experience is preferred. Must have experience with standard control operations within industrial manufacturing processes and water and waste water treatment facilities. Service area included California and Nevada. Must possess working knowledge of PLC and associated instrumentation, as well as AC/DC high and low voltage circuits and wiring. Confined Space/Bucket Truck/Forklift Certificates a plus.

    Responsibilities include working in an industrial manufacturing, oil & gas industries, food processing and water/wastewater facilities, providing troubleshooting, repair, and NIST Traceable Calibrations for a variety of process instruments and PLC’s.
    Pay range can vary from $40,000 to $90,000 depending upon experience and certifications. We also offer a full and comprehensive benefit package for the employee and family
    Please visit www.aquasierra.com to apply
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Greg
    Phone:
    530-906-6484
    City:
    California
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Licensed Veterinary Technician - The NOAH Animal Center
    Employer:
    The NOAH Animal Center
    Licensed Veterinary Technician


    Northwest Organization for Animal Help (The NOAH Center) is looking for a part time, Licensed Veterinary Technician to join our High Quality, High Volume Spay/Neuter Clinic. This position is part time. Must be available to work Sundays.

    Job Summary
    The Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT) is responsible for maintaining the daily flow of clinic including the following: spay/neuter surgical flow from check-in to patient discharge; care of NOAH animals in ICU, assisting the veterinarian with spay/neuter surgeries, monitoring anesthesia, prepping animals for surgery, and post-surgical monitoring. The LVT organizes the daily surgery schedule, ensures all patients and their owners receive the best possible care and treatment. Under the direction of the NOAH Veterinarian, administers medical treatment and runs diagnostic tests. The LVT is responsible for the daily supervision of the Veterinary Assistants and all clinic volunteers. The LVT educates clients on proper animal care and promotes and supports the services offered by NOAH and its veterinary clinic. The LVT is responsible for ensuring that all veterinary equipment is in good working order and ensures the entire veterinary department is consistently clean and orderly. The LVT is responsible for keeping accurate and current medical records of all animals treated in the clinic. The LVT works closely with the Clinic & Medical Care Director.

    The Licensed Veterinary Technician must support The NOAH Center’s mission, philosophies and practices. Superior customer service, consistent humane handling of animals, and fundraising are priorities for every N.O.A.H. staff member and volunteer. Performs duties in a safe and professional manner that is in accordance to NOAH's Code of Conduct.

    Job Duties
    1. Retrieves anesthetic drugs from drug cabinet. Prepares syringes, needles, etc. for anesthesia.
    2. Performs ICU treatments and documents their progress on the proper medical records. Notifies the veterinarian of changes and/or concerns.
    3. Organizes the daily surgery schedule according to male/female, dog/cat. Schedules the public animals prior to NOAH animals.
    4. Restrain for or under the direction of the veterinarian, performs surgery induction. Monitor breathing and color, intubate, shave, and prep each animal for surgery. Transport patients to and from the surgery room using all safety tools available. Disinfect all surfaces between each patient.
    5. Accurately records all drug usage in the drug log. Adhere to DEA regulations for recording usage and storage. Tally usage and inventory all drugs at the completion of each bottle used. Performs monthly inventory or as recommended by the DEA.
    6. Administer gas anesthesia during surgery and monitor patient’s respiration, heart rate and color throughout the procedure. Ensure surgery equipment is working and connected for each patient (heated table, pulse oximeter, scavenger, etc.)
    7. Ensures that every NOAH animal that needs any of the following medical care receives it prior to being placed available for adoption: dental cleaning, extractions, polishing; nail trim; ear cleaning, flushing; wound cleaning; fecal exam; urinalysis; and blood work. Any other needed medical treatments should be cleared by the Executive Director.
    8. Post-surgically performs the following procedures for public animals: nail trims, ear cleaning, vaccinations, microchips, etc. as needed. Conduct diagnostic tests as needed (FeLK, fecal, ear mite, etc.).
    9. Carefully monitor every patient while recovering from anesthesia and extubate patients when appropriate. Make sure patients are warm, clean, safe, and receive pain reliever as prescribed.
    10. Ensure that all medical and surgical procedures performed are accurately recorded on the proper medical records (NOAH and public animals). Give paperwork to veterinarian and ensure required notes are recorded on each patient. Places completed NOAH animal paperwork in the DONE wall pocket. 11. Available for consult during discharge. Professionally provide owners with accurate verbal and written post-surgical instructions. Maintain and update written material as needed. Dispense medications as directed by the veterinarian.
    12. Supervise Veterinary Assistant with all of their daily duties (See Vet Assistant Job Description). In absence of Vet Assistant, perform or assign all of their daily duties.
    13. Observe all patients before leaving for the night ensuring they are safe, clean, warm, etc. Instruct Kennel Tech on returning NOAH animals to their suites.
    14. Flag NOAH surgery animal suites with No Food or Water signs as needed. 15. Lock all doors and cabinets as necessary.
    16. Maintain filing system of all patients. Provide copies of records of past patients as requested in a timely manner.
    17. Full time Licensed Veterinary Technician: Performs drug and supply inventory and orders all necessary supplies. Compare prices of all stocked items to insure the best possible price. Forwards approved packing slips and invoices to the Business & HR Director and indicates on the paperwork which department the order was received for. Coordinates a notification system for when supplies are low.
    18. Trains all new staff and volunteers.
    19. Perform other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications
    1. High School Diploma or GED Equivalent
    2. Must be 18 years of age
    3. Current license as Veterinary Technician in the state of Washington. (Must have valid license at the time of application)
    4. Computer literate in Windows environment.
    5. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment.
    6. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
    7. Working knowledge of current veterinary medical and surgical procedures.
    8. Shows initiative and is a conscientious worker.
    9. Ability to handle multiple tasks at once in a fast-paced environment.
    10. Spay/Neuter Clinic experience and/or prior experience in an animal welfare environment is preferred
    11. Must meet all the requirements in The NOAH Center’s WSP WATCH Background Check Policy

    Work Conditions: Will handle biological and potentially zoonotic agents on a regular basis. Exposure to volatile anesthetic chemicals, controlled substances, drugs such as antibiotics, steroids, etc. Exposure to cleaning products such as bleach, ammonia, etc. Exposure to fumes and a high noise level. Subject to cuts, bruises, animal scratches and bites. Continuous kneeling, squatting, standing, stooping, bending on a concrete floor, and lifting up to 75 pounds with reasonable accommodations daily. This position is physically demanding.
    Salary: $16.00 - $18.00 Hourly DOE
    Schedule: Part Time
    Reports to: Clinic & Medical Care Director
    Reporting Staff: Clinic volunteers

    This position description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. This document does not create an employment contract implied or otherwise, other than an "at-will" relationship.



    Instructions for Applying
    Please send a resume and cover letter to Stacie Ventura, Executive Director: e-mail: stacie@thenoahcenter.org
    mail to: 31300 Brandstrom Road Stanwood, WA 98292, or fax: 360.629.9923

    All resume and cover letters are due by September 30, 2016.

    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Stanwood
    Zip:
    98292
    Closes:
    9/30/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $16-18 DOE
  • Maintenance Technician - Northwest Health Care Linen
    Employer:
    Northwest Health Care Linen
    Northwest Health Care Linen is the fastest growing exclusively medical laundry in the Northwest and takes pride in creating a work environment that promotes enthusiasm and professional growth. The success of our company is dependent on our highly motivated, energetic team-oriented staff who excel at great customer service.

    We are currently looking for a full time Maintenance Technician. This position is Monday through Friday, occasional Saturday work.

    Not only do we offer a competitive pay scale, NWHCL also offers an exceptional benefit package to our team members!
    1. We currently offer an exceptional Medical Plan and pay 70% of the employee's premium following 60 days of employment
    2. Paid Vacation and Sick leave following 1 year of employment
    3. 7 Paid Holidays per year following 90 days of employment
    4. 401k, with employer match following 1 year of employment
    5. Dental plans available
    6. Cafeteria plans available

    SUMMARY
    Perform daily maintenance functions to building and equipment.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Perform daily/weekly/monthly duties as instructed by the Maintenance Supervisor.
    2. Perform scheduled preventive maintenance to both building and equipment.
    3. Ability to change and adapt to production schedules if equipment breaks down.
    4. Work off production hours and weekends if needed.
    5. Perform task/s in a timely fashion for the least amount of disruption to production.
    6. Trouble shoot equipment and makes the appropriate decision to fix it in a timely manner.
    7. Supply themselves with hand tools as outlined in NWHCL's SOP "Tools and Equipment"
    8. Transfer chemicals from shipping containers into daily storage tanks.
    9. Recognize areas that need improvement and report back to the Maintenance Supervisor.
    10. Performs other duties as may be required by management.

    QUALIFICATIONS
    1. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
    2. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
    3. Must supply own hand tools (multi-meters; wrenches; sockets; screwdrivers ect)
    4. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    5. Must be able to read and understand electrical schematics.
    6. Willingness to help others accomplish their objectives.
    7. Must be able to quickly understand new information and situations.
    8. Displays determination to overcome unavoidable tension and pressure.
    9. Tolerates and understands personnel problems while working with personnel from different backgrounds.

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
    High School or GED
    College is a plus
    Electrical experience is required.
    Plumbing, welding and general carpentry a plus.
    Experience in related fields is a plus.

    LANGUAGE SKILLS
    Basic English required
    Bilingual is a plus.

    MATHEMATICAL SKILLS
    Basic mathematical skills required.

    REASONING ABILITY
    NWHCL Electrical Knowledge Test
    NWHCL Mechanical Aptitude Test
    Exercises sound judgment.

    CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
    Valid Washington State Driver License.

    1. Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
    2. do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers
    Hours:
    FT
    Address:
    4123 Strider Loop Rd
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $16-$18
  • Marina Maintenance Position - Semiahmoo Marina
    Employer:
    Semiahmoo Marina
    Marina Maintenance Position

    Energetic, friendly person wanted for marina maintenance. Mechanical skills and construction knowledge needed. Position involves bending , heavy lifting, and some working on your knees. Work days are Friday through Tuesday, 8am to 5pm. This is a full time permanent position with full benefits after 90 days.
    Compensation of $13/hr. with review after 90 days.



    PLEASE SEND RESUME AND INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS to :
    SallyH@semiahmoomarina.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Doug
    City:
    Blaine
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $13
  • Nooksack Valley School District No. 506 - Para Educator
    Employer:
    Para Educator
    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
    10. Fluent Spanish language skills preferred
    11. Ability to be flexible and demonstrate a willingness to cross train
    12. 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
    Four days/week, Tuesday - Friday; 5.00 hours/day, 131 days/year. The rate of pay is $14.64/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: August 22, 2016 Closing Date: open until filled with initial screening August 31, 2016

    Application Procedures
    Nooksack Valley School District SEIU members must submit a letter of application to the district office. 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, transcripts showing high school diploma/GED, and college transcripts are required (if applicable) 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
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Nooksack
    Zip:
    98276
    Closes:
    10/21/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $14.64 +
  • Nurse-LPN/RN - BioLife Plasma Services
    Employer:
    BioLife Plasma Services
    The Medical Support Specialist determines donor eligibility to donate plasma, management of donor reactions, review of laboratory test results, and donor notification of unsuitable test results. The Medical Support Specialist works under the direct supervision of the Center Manager (or Assistant Manager as applicable) for operational guidance and under the supervision of the Center Physician for medical issues. Ideally, the Medical Support Specialist will be familiar with regulations of the plasma collection industry and/or a manufacturing environment. The Medical Support Specialist follows guidance provided by BioLife Medical Affairs and provides center level support of environmental, health and safety (EHS).

    1. Comply with federal, state, local and company-specific requirements related to quality of product, employee and donor safety and to the proper performance of day-to-day activities.
    2. Determine donor eligibility accurately and in a timely manner, to include, proper management of informed consent, AIDS education and confidential self-exclusion, medical history interview and acceptance requirements, physical examination, and blood testing, as required.
    3. Evaluate and manage donor reaction(s), which occurs at the facility as outlined in the SOPs.
    4. Support the donor immunization programs as applicable per SOP.
    5. Manage donor deferral; reviews test results and notify donors of unsuitable test results per applicable SOPs.
    6. Understand handling of Post Donation Information (PDI).
    7. Refer to the Center Physician or Medical Affairs (as applicable) when in need of providing unacceptable findings to donors, problem solving, or guidance concerning medical or technical issues, including donor safety and eligibility.
    8. Demonstrate continued competency in the performance of job responsibilities and complete periodic assessment with the Center Physician per applicable SOPs.
    9. Follow applicable SOPs for medical emergencies including the execution of Center Physician’s standing orders and donor transport to emergency care facilities.
    10. Take initiative to task train in other work areas to assist, when available, in production.
    11. Assist the EHS program as required per SOPs or as requested by the EHS Manager.
    12. Conduct pre-placement evaluation of new hires to include assessment of medical history questionnaire.
    13. Support the Hepatitis B and Seasonal Flu vaccination programs for employees as applicable.
    14. Maintain applicable employee medical records as confidential documents.
    15. Member of EHS site committee and assist in training of employees, as required.
    16. Administer first aid to employees as needed.
    17. Act as Pandemic Coordinator when authorized by EHS.
    18. Supports investigations associated with pandemic threats within local community as indicated by EHS or Medical Affairs.
    19. Willingness to temporarily support other BioLife center operations, as needed.
    20. Attend monthly staff meetings.
    21. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

    Qualifications

    1. Able to satisfactorily complete the FDA approved training requirements for BioLife Medical Support Specialist.
    2. Effective communication skills.
    3. Detail-oriented.
    4. Customer service oriented.
    5. Basic computer skills.
    6. Willingness to work with other the Center Medical Team members to ensure coverage of all operating hours.
    7. Willingness to travel preferred.
    8. Graduate of a recognized educational program.
    9. Currently licensed or certified in the state duties will be assigned.
    10. Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN).
    11. Current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and AED certification required.
    12. Fulfillment of state requirements (in state of licensure) for basic IV therapy.
    13. Minimum of two years in a clinical or hospital setting preferred.
    14. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
    Equal Employment Opportunity

    Shire is an equal opportunity employer. Shire evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, protected veteran status, disability/handicap status or any other legally protected characteristic.
    EEO is the Law
    EEO is the law - Supplement
    Pay Transparency Policy
    Reasonable Accommodations
    Shire is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, or in order to perform the essential functions of a position, please call 484-595-8400 and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.

    5. Pay DOE
    a. Competitive with Full Benefits

    6. How to apply
    a. Apply directly on the company’s careers page at:
    https://www.shire.com/careers/open-positions/job-detail?jd=5008c4
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Sahil
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/15/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Part-Time Counter Personnel - Meridian Cleaning Center
    Employer:
    Meridian Cleaning Center
    Employer:
    Meridian Cleaning Center
    Position title:
    Part-Time Counter Personnel
    Location:
    Bellinham, WA
    Compensation:
    $10 during training $11 after 3 month

    Job Description:
    Meridian Cleaning Center is hiring individuals to work as part time cashier and counter personnel. It is a permanent position and applicant should be available both weekdays and weekends. The job involves handling customers but will also be part of our daily production of washing and folding garments, assembling customer orders. We are looking for a mature, responsible, and dependable individual. This is a part time position that may lead to full-time in the future.

    Qualified applicants should:
    1. Be punctual and have good organizational skills
    2. Keep a neat and orderly work area
    3. Be able to keep pace with other team members

    Requirements:
    1. Must be at least 18 years old, able to lift 40 lbs without assistance, and authorized to work in the U.S.
    Application Instructions:
    1. Drop your resume at the store located in: 4120 Meridian St. Suite 180 Bellingham, WA
    2. Or, Email your resume to milkyshutter@gmail.com Selected individual will be contacted via phone



    Funtourage LLC Mobile : 360-526-1978
    Fax : 646-389-9343
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Han
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    9/25/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-$11
  • Patient Visit Volunteer - Kindred Hospice
    Employer:
    Kindred Hospice
    Become a Hospice Volunteer!
    Description: Providing companionship and support through conversation, leisure activities, or by being supportive presence.
    Contact: Jemilla.Goldstein@Gentiva.com
    For more information please call: 206-525-1090
    Hours:
    Any
    Contact:
    Jemilla
    City:
    Seattle
    Zip:
    98125
    Closes:
    9/23/2016
    Pay Rate:
    none
  • Peer Counselor - Compass Health
    Employer:
    Compass Health
    Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.

    WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR THE FOLLOWING:

    Peer Counselor
    Program: 98002 – Crisis Triage Center, Whatcom County
    Location: Bellingham
    Hours: Part-time (20 hours/week)
    Wage: $11.76 - $21.72/hour DOE


    POSITION SUMMARY
    Our Whatcom County Triage Facility is looking for a Peer Counselor to provide peer support services to clients under the supervision of the Program Manager. These services include assistance with stabilization, recovery, self-advocacy, development of natural supports, and the development and maintenance of community living skills.


    REQUIREMENTS
    1. High School Diploma or equivalent.
    2. Current Peer Counselor Certification required.
    3. Experience as a Peer Counselor preferred.
    4. Individuals who do not already hold a license or associate license through the Washington State Department of Health must submit Agency Affiliated
    Counselor application upon hire and be approved by the DOH.
    5. Current First Aid & CPR certification and Food Handlers permit, or ability to obtain within 90 days of hire.
    6. Valid Washington State Driver’s License including vehicle and appropriate insurance, if applicable.
    7. Thorough knowledge and understanding of rehabilitation and recovery.
    8. Knowledge of mental illnesses and chemical dependency, and effective strategies for dealing with its effects.
    9. Knowledge of community resources.
    10. Ability to partner with consumers and mental health professionals. Must be able to maintain professional boundaries.
    11. Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
    12. Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.
    13. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
    14. General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems.
    15. Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.


    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to resume@compassh.org. For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at www.compasshealth.org.

    Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    PT
    City:
    Belliongham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    11-21 DOE
  • Phlebotomy - Quest Diagnostics
    Employer:
    Quest Diagnostics
    We are anticipating some new Phlebotomy positions to become available in the Bellingham area.
    Please email your resume to Danielle.M.Robarge@questdiagnostics.com We are conducting interviews now.
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    Diana Golemo
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/22/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Political Affairs Internship - The Borgen Project
    Employer:
    The Borgen Project
    POLITICAL AFFAIRS INTERNSHIP
    This is a part-time 14-hours per week telecommuting internship.
    1. Conduct lobbying meetings with Congressional offices. Build support for key legislation that impacts the International Affairs Budget and the world's poor.
    2. Represent The Borgen Project at various business, political and community events.
    3. Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
    4. Mobilize individuals to contact their members of Congress in support of key poverty-reduction legislation.
    5. As needed, speak to groups, classes and organizations.
    6. Write letters of support for key programs to political leaders, media and other groups
    Qualifications: Outstanding writing skills. Strong oral communication skills and ability to lead meetings and give speeches.
    Apply online at http://borgenproject.org
    Hours:
    PT 14
    Contact:
    Lynsey
    City:
    Seattle
    Closes:
    10/9/2016
  • Program Assistant - YMCA
    Employer:
    YMCA
    TITLE: Program Assistant (Blaine)
    DEPARTMENT: Operations
    REPORTS TO: Program Director
    HOURS: Monday - Friday: 2:30-7 pm after school with increased hours on non-school days & summer (15-20 hrs/wk)
    PAY RANGE: $10-12 per hour
    STATUS: Part-time non exempt
    To Apply:
    Please email 1) Resume, 2) Cover Letter and 3) List of Five Professional References with contact information to Area Director Jill Reid at JReid@WhatcomClubs.org. No phone calls, please.

    POSITION DESCRIPTION The Program Assistant (PA) is a part time, hourly position working with our youth to provide “hands on” delivery of daily in-house programing including social recreation, team building activities, and an overall environment to build positive relationships.
    Primary Functions: The PA develops and delivers the BGCA suite of programs ranging from the games room, to teen activities, arts and crafts, the food program, low organized games, outdoor activities, special events, before school program, summer program and group clubs.
    Reports to: Reports to the Program Director
    Requirements: High school graduate or equivalent. Must be over 18 to work with youth, over 21 to work with teens. Must be able to pass a background check and drug test. Must have at least one year experience working with children.
    Applicants must be able to demonstrate the following:
    1. Passion for making a positive impact in children’s lives
    2. ability to keep firm boundaries
    3. accountability and follow through
    4. ability to multi-task
    5. ability to be a leader, and gain and maintain the attention of children
    6. use a creative perspective to work with children on making good life choices
    Key Roles:
    The PA is responsible for:
    1. Building meaningful relationships with members
    2. The delivery of specific program services within the Branch
    3. Compliance with organizational operational and HR policies
    4. The overall Club climate—safety and security, the moral compass, guidance
    5. each and enforce discipline, values, morals, citizenship, manners, life skills and citizenship
    6. Proper reporting, record keeping and reports
    7. Janitorial, maintenance of equipment and furnishings
    8. Assisting the Program Director in all phases of the overall Club operation
    9. Membership administration and program registration.
    10. The “Director of First Impressions” and Club ambassador
    11. Other duties as assigned by the Program Director or Branch Director.
    12. Build positive relationships: Branch Director, Program Director, Program Assistants, athletic staff, kids, parents, community stakeholders, visitors, volunteers.
    To Apply:
    Please email 1) Resume, 2) Cover Letter and 3) List of Five Professional References with contact information to Area Director Jill Reid at JReid@WhatcomClubs.org. No phone calls please
    Hours:
    PT
    Contact:
    Jill
    City:
    Blaine
    Closes:
    10/13/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $10-$12
  • RN - Compass Health
    Employer:
    Compass Health
    Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.


    WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR THE FOLLOWING:

    Registered Nurse (multiple positions available)
    Program: 98007 – Crisis Triage
    Location: Bellingham
    Hours: On-call (Shifts vary based on need)
    Wage: $22.72-$41.98/hour, DOE


    POSITION SUMMARY
    Our Crisis Triage Nursing Program in Whatcom County is looking for Registered Nurses to join our team. As a member of the multidisciplinary treatment team, the RN provides nursing care and supervision of the treatment of patients, administration of oral and injectable psychiatric and medical medications in office, and oversees compliance with medication schedule.



    REQUIREMENTS
    1. Current Washington State Registered Nurse License.
    2. 2 years of psychiatric nursing experience preferred.
    3. Current First Aid & CPR certification and Food Handlers permit, or ability to obtain within 90 days of hire.
    4. Thorough knowledge of nursing issues pertaining to the patient population served in the program along with thorough understanding of the nursing process and intervention strategies used to address these issues.
    5. Thorough knowledge of involuntary commitment laws.
    6. Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
    7. Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.
    8. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
    9. General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems.
    10. Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.


    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to resume@compassh.org.
    For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at www.compasshealth.org.

    Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    On call
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    $22.72-$41
  • Technical Labor - Process Calibration Tools
    Employer:
    Process Calibration Tools
    We are looking for a temp that might be interested in building more of the trainer boards.

    We have 4-6 weeks work depending on how many hours a day the prospect is available. We are pretty flexible on schedule.

    Pay is DOE

    To apply please email resume to:Jim.Shields@Fluke.com
    Hours:
    Temp PT
    Contact:
    Jim Shields
    Phone:
    425-446-5315
    Closes:
    9/25/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Veterinary Technician - Veterinary Hospital
    Employer:
    Veterinary Hospital
    Are you a Licensed Veterinary Technician looking to expand you skills while living in an area where you can enjoy the outdoors in beautiful Northwest Washington?
    We are located about 30 minutes outside of Seattle, with the ocean, excellent hiking trails, vast mountains and other outdoor activities all within short drives away. Come work with an excellent staff in a well-organized team environment.
    We offer a wide variety of services from regular animal care and grooming to extensive hospital cases and surgeries. We see a variety of companion and exotic species and we are the Veterinary Care team for one of the largest non-profit wildlife rescues in the WA State. Expand your skills to include many of the local wildlife species in the Northwest while working at Sawyer Lake Veterinary Hospital.
    We prefer an LVT with at least a year of small animal experience, but will train the right individual.
    Our hospital offers excellent benefits, competitive wages, CE and license reimbursements. Relocation allowance or signing bonus is possible for the right candidate.
    If you are interested, please send a letter of interest to with LVT Position in the subject line to operations@sawyerlakevet.com . If you would prefer to fax, the number is (360) 886-2591.
    Sawyer Lake Veterinary Hospital 28727 216th Ave SE Kent WA 98042 360-886-8000 phone 360-886-2591 fax
    Hours:
    FT
    City:
    Seattle
    Closes:
    9/29/2016
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Writer Internship - The Borgen Project
    Employer:
    The Borgen Project
    WRITER INTERNSHIP
    This is 12-week, part-time internship is a great opportunity to have your articles published on a website with over 100,000 monthly visitors. The selected candidate will be able to work from home and pick their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Articles submitted will appear on BORGEN Magazine or The Borgen Project Blog.
    1. Write 2 articles per week.
    2. Research topics.
    3. Assist with advocacy efforts.
    4. Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
    5. Attend national conference call every Monday at 5PM PST.

    Qualifications: Strong research and writing skills. Experience working in a newsroom is preferred but not required.
    Application Process: Apply online at http://borgenproject.org
    Hours:
    PT 12
    City:
    Seattle
    Closes:
    10/9/2016