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  • Summer Community Development/Police Department Volunteer Interns (3 positions) - City of Ferndale
    Employer:
    City of Ferndale
    JOB SUMMARY: This is a volunteer position intended to provide assistance to two City of Ferndale departments. The position duration is six months, which may be reduced by the applicant or the City, and may be extended in six-month increments based on performance, required credits, or other factors. Ferndale is a fast-growing community of nearly 13,000 people that is well-positioned for future growth and change. The City’s long-range planning document (the Comprehensive Plan) will be updated within the next 20 months and the City has unique opportunities to create a long-term plan and vision that goes beyond traditional “check-offs.” The position will primarily assist the Community Development Department in several areas: proactive research, filing and file consolidation, report writing, visual graphics, and preparation for the 2016 Comprehensive Plan Update.
    RESPONSIBILITIES: *Assist professional Community Development Department staff in reviewing existing Comprehensive Plan document for updates and changes. *Responsible for research related to the Comprehensive Plan, including review and updating of Census and American Communities Survey data (and similar sources). *Responsible for coordinating with stakeholder groups on “Pop Up City Hall” efforts and events. *Identification of supporting technologies that will assist the City in transferring the Comprehensive Plan from a static, paper-based document to an interactive, web-based document. *Coordination with Ferndale Police Department on mapping and outreach opportunities to describe existing and future conditions. *Conducts research related to the Comprehensive Plan and other development regulations, provides the results of this research in staff report form to professional staff. *Works with professional staff to file, scan, and consolidate existing data and permit files to reduce space (and where possible to convert paper files to electronic storage). JOB DUTIES: The Community Development Intern acts in support of professional staff on a variety of topics. The Community Development Intern reports directly to the Community Development Director and Assistant Planner, and may be assigned to other staff on a temporary or permanent basis depending on need. The position is project-based, and the nature of work activities may vary dramatically on a day-to-day basis. Knowledge/Skills/Abilities * Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite * Familiar with GIS technology * Ability to meet deadlines and multi-task * Skill in organizational relations with immediate supervisor, subordinates, peers, and work team. * Ability to exercise good judgment, tact and courtesy with clients and other staff. * Working knowledge of general office practices and procedures. * Excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with decision-makers, community members, fellow employees, and technicians in various private sector disciplines. * Draft, type, copy, and distribute paperwork with minimal direction.
    WORKING CONDITIONS: The City of Ferndale policy is to provide equal opportunity in all terms, conditions and privileges of employment for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, disability, or veteran status.
    Any interested students can email a cover letter, resume and availability to hayliemiller@cityofferndale.org.
    Contact:
    Haylie Miller
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    7/24/2015
    Pay Rate:
    Volunteer
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  • Summer Community Development/Police Department Volunteer Interns (3 positions) - City of Ferndale
    Employer:
    City of Ferndale
    JOB SUMMARY: This is a volunteer position intended to provide assistance to two City of Ferndale departments. The position duration is six months, which may be reduced by the applicant or the City, and may be extended in six-month increments based on performance, required credits, or other factors. Ferndale is a fast-growing community of nearly 13,000 people that is well-positioned for future growth and change. The City’s long-range planning document (the Comprehensive Plan) will be updated within the next 20 months and the City has unique opportunities to create a long-term plan and vision that goes beyond traditional “check-offs.” The position will primarily assist the Community Development Department in several areas: proactive research, filing and file consolidation, report writing, visual graphics, and preparation for the 2016 Comprehensive Plan Update.
    RESPONSIBILITIES: *Assist professional Community Development Department staff in reviewing existing Comprehensive Plan document for updates and changes. *Responsible for research related to the Comprehensive Plan, including review and updating of Census and American Communities Survey data (and similar sources). *Responsible for coordinating with stakeholder groups on “Pop Up City Hall” efforts and events. *Identification of supporting technologies that will assist the City in transferring the Comprehensive Plan from a static, paper-based document to an interactive, web-based document. *Coordination with Ferndale Police Department on mapping and outreach opportunities to describe existing and future conditions. *Conducts research related to the Comprehensive Plan and other development regulations, provides the results of this research in staff report form to professional staff. *Works with professional staff to file, scan, and consolidate existing data and permit files to reduce space (and where possible to convert paper files to electronic storage). JOB DUTIES: The Community Development Intern acts in support of professional staff on a variety of topics. The Community Development Intern reports directly to the Community Development Director and Assistant Planner, and may be assigned to other staff on a temporary or permanent basis depending on need. The position is project-based, and the nature of work activities may vary dramatically on a day-to-day basis. Knowledge/Skills/Abilities * Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite * Familiar with GIS technology * Ability to meet deadlines and multi-task * Skill in organizational relations with immediate supervisor, subordinates, peers, and work team. * Ability to exercise good judgment, tact and courtesy with clients and other staff. * Working knowledge of general office practices and procedures. * Excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with decision-makers, community members, fellow employees, and technicians in various private sector disciplines. * Draft, type, copy, and distribute paperwork with minimal direction.
    WORKING CONDITIONS: The City of Ferndale policy is to provide equal opportunity in all terms, conditions and privileges of employment for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, disability, or veteran status.
    Any interested students can email a cover letter, resume and availability to hayliemiller@cityofferndale.org.
    Contact:
    Haylie Miller
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    7/24/2015
    Pay Rate:
    Volunteer
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  • Off-Campus Jobs

    Business and Office
  • Buyer/Receiver - Itek Energy
    Employer:
    Itek Energy
    *Responsible for purchasing and price negotiation of re-occurring support materials and supplies in response to reasonable inventory levels. *Tasked with processing company-wide purchase requisitions in line with established procedures and restrictions. *Works to ensure items are purchased in a timely fashion to meet the needs of the organization. *Coordinate appropriate minimum/maximum inventory levels of supplies with inventory coordinator to maximize storage capabilities. *Make parts runs as necessary to accommodate facility maintenance. *Assist in off-loading trucks of incoming shipments when available. * Assist in verification of incoming shipment’s quality/count accuracy and document discrepancies. *Internally deliver incoming items to the proper location. *Organize and clean the warehouse and receiving areas. *Work with other departments to initiate and implement process improvements. *Other duties as assigned by management. Skills/Knowledge: *Working knowledge of raw materials, production processes and purchasing practices. *Computer skills including but not limited to MS Office, Outlook and QuickBooks. *Have or obtain a forklift safety certification. *Current valid state issued driver’s license. *Ability to read and write in the English language. Education/Training and Experience *Minimum one or more years of experience in manufacturing production environment *Prefer experience in purchasing *High school diploma or equivalent Physical Elements *Noise Exposure: Elevated levels: 15% of time *Repetitive Motions: 90% of time *Standing: 25% of time *Sitting: 50% of time *Walking: 25% of time *Lifting: Up to 50 pounds 5%, > 25 pounds 10% of time, < 25="" pounds="" 15%="" of="" time="" *outdoor="" exposure:="">10% of time *Positive attitude and willingness to work in a professional team environment. *High level of attention to detail to ensure that quality standards are being met. Benefits for full time staff after introductory period. Please submit resume to: opportunities@itekenergy.com
    Hours:
    8:00 - 4:30
    Contact:
    Michelle Simmons
    Phone:
    3606479531
    Address:
    3886 Hammer Drive
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/21/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $14
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  • Call Center Representatives - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Position Description:
    BTC Call Center Representatives will partner with the Admissions Office in efforts to increase recruitment and retention by method of outbound phone calls to students. This position requires excellent communication skills and ability to refer others to BTC student services when needed.

    Salary: This hourly position varies Monday through Friday from 1-6pm approximately 10 to 15 hours a week. Compensation is $10.84 per hour.

    Minimum Qualifications: * Adhere to a confidentiality agreement
    *Positive attitude
    * Demonstrate interpersonal communication skills
    * Must be 18 years of age or older

    Preferred Qualifications:
    * Experience making outbound phone calls
    * Demonstrated ability to work independently
    * Previous customer service experience

    Essential Functions and Typical Duties:
    * Attend training sessions upon hire
    * Make outbound calls to students
    * Track data using Microsoft Access software and CRM system
    * Communicate with diverse populations
    * Follow scripts when necessary
    * Responsible for follow through and communication with supervisor and other call center staff
    * Stay on task to meet call goals and timelines
    * Team Lead position will coordinate other staff’s schedules and ensure performance goals are being met

    Application Procedures and Deadlines
    Send your resume and a brief letter of intent to careerctr@btc.edu.
    Applications are now being accepted. Positions open until filled. For more information, call Karen Bade (360) 752-8450.
    Hours:
    Varies
    Contact:
    Karen Bade
    Phone:
    3607528450
    Address:
    3028 Lindbergh Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    7/25/2015
    Pay Rate:
    10.84
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  • Coordinators - The Woodring College of Education
    Employer:
    The Woodring College of Education
    TERMS OF SERVICE: Position start date is August 17, 2015 Mandatory training dates: August 18th-21st Position end date: June 30th, 2016 – with opportunity to continue for 2nd year of service. Full-time position - M – F with some evening and weekend hours (1,700 hours required over the 10.5 month term of service) JOB DESCRIPTION: The Woodring College of Education-Bellingham Schools Collective Impact Partnership seeks outstanding AmeriCorps members to inspire youth to become their best selves, supporting their success in school and helping them explore and envision their future opportunities. Coordinators will support youth and families through college access coaching programs at the elementary, middle and high school levels. The College Access Coordinators will work on-site at Alderwood Elementary, Cordata Elementary, Shuksan Middle, and Squalicum High Schools and at Western Washington University with the Woodring College of Education Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) program. We are looking for strong candidates who love working with youth and will advance the reciprocal relationship between WWU/WCE and the Bellingham Schools!
    Coordinators will serve as the primary contact for staff and teachers at partner schools, and will be responsible for helping them develop and implement college access and family engagement programs. The primary functions of this position will be to work within school settings to support social-emotional and academic development of 4-12th grade students by: (1) working with site teams to identify students to be served; (2) developing or supporting existing programs; (3) tracking student progress; and (3) training, supervising and supporting college students from the WWU campus to act as college access coaches for economically disadvantaged K-12 youth. The College Access Corps Coordinators will also recruit volunteers, including youth volunteers for quarterly National Days of Service.
    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND RELATED TASKS: -Work to develop, expand and enhance in-school academic support, after-school academic support, and afterschool social/emotional support programs -Build programmatic infrastructure around college access programming best practices -Conduct university-wide college access coach recruitment campaigns among diverse student groups -Work with school teachers and administrators to engage with students and families -Foster school and community partnerships, build relationships with teachers, staff and administrators -Attend WWU quarterly events to support LinCS WWU partners, CEED, Compass2Campus, Migrant Youth Leadership Conference, etc. -Attend weekly WCE team meetings and planning meetings with community partnership team -Represent programming as part of the WCE-Bellingham Schools Collective Impact Partnership -Work with school and community site supervisors and WCE LinCS (Learning in Community and Schools) to train, orientate, supervise and provide on-going support on-site and in college classes to college students as college access coaches -Provide support to 4-12 grade students in a variety of activities that promote college access -Recruit volunteers for National Days of Service (Make a Difference Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, Earth Day and/or Youth Service Day) and other community service events, plan other events -Conduct college access workshops, plans, academic skills development, college access events, college fairs, campus etc., for students and families, plan and implement college visits. -Administer program assessment, use data tracking systems -Promote program impacts to internal and external stakeholders, provide program reporting -Participate in personal and professional development activities, including self-reflection -Participate in College Access Corps trainings, including orientation, mid-year training, graduation, regional cohort meetings and others as available
    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: -AA or BA/BS Degree, or equivalent experience in youth programming or family engagement strategies -Group facilitation skills -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong organization, problem-solving, written and oral communication skills -Basic office computer skills, including word processing, database experience, Excel -Ethical use of social media -Strong initiative, self-starter, work well independently, flexibility, ability to think on your feet! -Ability to creatively problem solve -Enthusiasm for helping others succeed
    PREFFERED QUALIFICATIONS: -Experience doing educational outreach with families -Bilingual, English with Spanish, Vietnamese or Punjabi -Program management (marketing, event planning, training, volunteer recruitment management) experience.
    BENEFITS: -Living stipend of $12,530 (distributed over 10.5 months, approximately $1,152 monthly) -Loan Forbearance and Interest Accrual Reimbursement on qualifying loans -Basic Health Care Plan -Education Award of $5,730 upon successful completion of the program -Childcare assistance for qualifying members -Access to WWU resources including library, bus pass (paid by AC member) and Wade King Recreation Center (paid by AC member)
    PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The College Access Corps program, an AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. The College Access Corps only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Lisa Moulds
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
    Pay Rate:
    stipend
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  • Customer Service and Sales Representatives - T-Mobile
    Employer:
    T-Mobile
    Our friendly and knowledgeable Customer Service and Sales Reps let their interpersonal skills shine as they resolve a variety of customer inquires such as technical and billing questions for T-Mobile customers across the U.S. In this role you'll be empowered to solve problems independently and make decisions that you consider to be in the customer's best interest. You'll also be able to keep up to date with our ever-evolving technology and translate this information into terms your customers can understand. While you'll have all the training you need to work independently, you'll also enjoy the support of an encouraging team and knowledgeable leaders so at the end of the day, you can feel good about the job that you've done. As a Customer Service and Sales representative you will proactively offer products and services to our customers. Plus, you'll also enjoy the incentives and recognition T-Mobile has in place to reward the efforts of your performance and the opportunities for advancement make it perfect for people looking to establish a long-term career with T-Mobile.

    QUALIFICATIONS - Minimum Required
    • Six months to one year customer service experience
    • Call center and wireless experience a plus
    • Demonstrated competency in Windows
    • Keyboarding proficiency and use of automated systems
    • Stellar verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong problem solving skills
    • Ability to thrive in a lively working environment and multi-task
    • The flexibility to work weekends and other varied shifts as assigned.


    EDUCATION - Minimum Required
    • High School Diploma/GED.

    TO APPLY: For specific information on upcoming classes, or the application process, please contact the Bellingham Recruiter at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com or 360-527-3882. Thank you!! If you have interviewed and/or tested in the last 6 months, please email Holly at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com to verify eligibility.
    City:
    Bellingham, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Human Resource Manager - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    COMPANY DESCRIPTION: An established, closely-held, 29-year old high-end surimi-based seafood analog manufacturing company in Anacortes, WA. Company expansion necessitates new position.
    QUALIFICATIONS: BA, BS or comparable Certification 1. Prefer 5 years private sector experience 2. Track record in recruitment, regulatory compliance, win ratio on claims/suits and union avoidance. 3. Administratively self-sufficient. 4. Professional corporate image - promotable - excellent oral/written skills 5. Strong understanding of M/S Office Software Applications
    OTHER: Paid benefits
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com download an application form, send completed application along with a covert letter and resume to: Fax 360.293.6964 Attn: Human Resources…or Mail to Attn: Human Resources, Sugiyo U.S.A., Inc., P.O. Box 468, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    DOE
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/23/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Medical and Medical Support positions - United General Hospital
    Employer:
    United General Hospital
    Various positions available. Please visit the website at www.unitedgeneral.org for current job openings.
    Address:
    2000 Hospital Drive
    City:
    Sedro Woolley, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

    At SEL you will find challenging work, state-of-the-art tools and technology, and excellent benefits. In addition, you will work beside some of the brightest minds and inventors in the industry.

    If you are looking for an exciting, rewarding, and challenging career, your search ends here!

    SEL has careers in fields such as:
    * Accounting
    * Clerical
    * Information Technology
    * Management

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Various - Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

    Becoming a DNR employee is an investment in your future and in the future of the State of Washington as many of our positions generate revenue that supports K-12 public schools, higher education, and many county services.

    Join our team and be the future of public service at DNR in an environment that is supportive, safe, and inclusive to everyone.

    DNR has positions in a field range of fields, including
    Agriculture,
    Automotive,
    Communications,
    Customer Service,
    Engineering,
    Environment Services,
    Fire & EMS,
    Forestry,
    IT & Computers,
    Project Management and
    Trades.

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • VISTA Elementary School Programming Coordinator - WACC AmeriCorps VISTA Position Description 2015-16
    Employer:
    WACC AmeriCorps VISTA Position Description 2015-16
    Position Summary: The 2015-16 VISTA Elementary School Programming Coordinator will the Western Washington University (WWU) Woodring College of Education (WCE) – Bellingham Public Schools (BPS) Collective Impact partnership by providing essential academic, social-emotional and support services to some of the most economically disadvantaged K-5 youth in our community so that they can be engaged in and succeed at school. The VISTA Coordinator will build sustainability into the Carl Cozier Elementary Title I. School “Care Room” and provide coordination for additional programs, as determined by the school. VISTA member will coordinate well-organized and meaningful service-learning opportunities for Woodring teacher candidates placed at Carl Cozier elementary.
    Major Responsibilities and Activities: Develop programming sustainability in the Carl Cozier “Care Room” including working with the Woodring College of Education Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) to recruit, train and support college service-learners and other volunteers to engage with K-5 youth in the Care Room and in other service-learning projects at Carl Cozier. Collect, analyze and report data. Seek additional resources to support program, including working with the PTA, writing grants, assisting with fundraising and accessing other resources in the community to build Care Room capacity and sustainability. Coordinate additional projects identified by school (for example, a “food backpack” project, or other high need projects, that may be identified by the school). Collaborate with other VISTA and AmeriCorps members to design and implement quarterly Service Days (for example, the MLK Jr. Day of Service). Attend meetings for AmeriCorps and VISTA teams placed with LinCS and in the schools. Participate in all WACC trainings. Provide programming sustainability support to school and/or community partners during the summer. Other duties as assigned. Term of service: 365 days, averaging 40 hrs. / Week Start Date, August 24, 2015 for training. Qualifications: -Associates or Bachelor degree -At least 18 years of age, U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident -Interest and/ or experience in community service and/ or community development -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong initiative, works well independently and is flexible within an ever-changing work environment -Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and multi-task -Excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated creative problem solving abilities -Excellent computer skills, including MS Office, Excel, social media, adobe products, and database management -Ability to make a full-year commitment -Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary -Ability to pass criminal background check before employment begins AmeriCorps VISTA benefits: -Monthly living allowance, $973/month. This living allowance is based on 110% of the area poverty level. -Post service $5,730 Education Award or $1500 end-of-term cash award -Basic health coverage, student loan forbearance and basic child care assistance when applicable -Relocation allowance if moving more than 50 miles to serve -Paid round-trip ticket to pre-service orientation and reimbursed travel expenses (when applicable) -Extensive training, professional development, and networking opportunities -Access to AmeriCorps network -Non-competitive eligibility for federal government service (for one year after service)
    Site specific benefits: WTA bus pass (paid by VISTA member), WWU library and technology access. Eligible for reduced rate/hours for Wade Recreation Center (currently $30 per quarter, paid by VISTA member, subject to change). PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The VISTA/AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps/VISTA service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. AmeriCorps/VISTA only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Jordan Jungwirth
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
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  • VISTA Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) Coordinator - WWU Woodring College of Education
    Employer:
    WWU Woodring College of Education
    Position Summary: The 2015-16 VISTA member will advance the work of the WWU Woodring College of Education (WCE) Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) by coordinating well-organized and meaningful service-learning opportunities for Woodring teacher candidates and other college students while deepening WCE’s commitment to offering strong field based experiences to teacher candidates while providing essential academic and social-emotional services to some of the most economically disadvantaged K-12 youth in our community.
    Major Responsibilities and Activities: Recruit, train and support college service-learners to engage with youth in before, during and after school academic and social-emotional programs in schools and the community. Visit college students and youth on site. Integrate deeper sustainability into the LinCS program, including developing existing and new faculty and school/community partnerships and WCE teacher candidate 1:1 service-learning mentoring. Streamline quarterly placement process using Excel and database technology. Collect, analyze and report data. Collaborate with other VISTA and AmeriCorps members to design and implement quarterly Service Days (for example, the MLK Jr. Day of Service). Coordinate meetings for AmeriCorps and VISTA teams placed with LinCS and in the schools. Participate in all WACC trainings. Provide programming sustainability support to school and/or community partners during the summer. Other duties as assigned.
    Term of service: 365 days, averaging 40 hrs. / Week Start Date: August 24, 2015 for training. Qualifications: -Associates or Bachelor degree -At least 18 years of age, U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident -Interest and/ or experience in community service and/ or community development -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong initiative, works well independently and is flexible within an ever-changing work environment -Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and multi-task -Excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated creative problem solving abilities -Excellent computer skills, including MS Office, Excel, social media, adobe products, and database management -Ability to make a full-year commitment -Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary -Ability to pass criminal background check before employment begins
    AmeriCorps VISTA benefits: -Monthly living allowance, $973/month. This living allowance is based on 110% of the area poverty level. -Post service $5,730 Education Award or $1500 end-of-term cash award -Basic health coverage, student loan forbearance and basic child care assistance when applicable -Relocation allowance if moving more than 50 miles to serve -Paid round-trip ticket to pre-service orientation and reimbursed travel expenses (when applicable) -Extensive training, professional development, and networking opportunities -Access to AmeriCorps network -Non-competitive eligibility for federal government service (for one year after service)
    Site specific benefits: WTA bus pass (paid by VISTA member), WWU library and technology access. Eligible for reduced rate/hours for Wade Recreation Center (currently $30 per quarter, paid by VISTA member, subject to change). PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The VISTA/AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps/VISTA service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. AmeriCorps/VISTA only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Jordan Jungwirth
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
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  • VISTA Sterling Meadows Education Coordinator - WACC AmeriCorps VISTA
    Employer:
    WACC AmeriCorps VISTA
    Position Summary: The 2015-16 VISTA member will coordinate education programming with Sterling Meadows housing. Primary responsibilities will include recruiting, training and supporting college student service-learners to provide homework help and support to K-12 youth living at Sterling Meadows. Sterling Meadows is part of Mercy Housing and is a housing complex for agricultural and farmworker families, living at or below the poverty level. Most youth are bi-lingual in Spanish and English. See http://www.mercyhousing.org. The VISTA member will also coordinate garden service projects and programming for the Sterling Paz Community Garden VISTA project.
    Major Responsibilities and Activities: Collaborate with the Woodring College of Education Learning in Community and Schools to recruit, train and support college service-learners to engage with youth in after school homework clubs with youth living at Sterling Meadows. Integrate deeper sustainability into the Sterling Meadows education program. Collect, analyze and report data. Write grants and help with fundraising. Collaborate with other VISTA and AmeriCorps members to design and implement quarterly Service Days (for example, the MLK Jr. Day of Service). Participate in all WACC and VISTA trainings. Collaborate with schools and families. Build program sustainability into the Sterling Paz Community Garden VISTA project. Other duties as assigned.
    Term of service: 365 days, averaging 40 hrs. / Week Qualifications: -Associates or Bachelor degree -At least 18 years of age, U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident -Interest and/ or experience in community service and/ or community development -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong initiative, works well independently and is flexible within an ever-changing work environment -Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and multi-task -Excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated creative problem solving abilities -Excellent computer skills, including MS Office, Excel, social media, adobe products, and database management -Ability to make a full-year commitment -Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary -Ability to pass criminal background check before employment begins -Bilingual in Spanish desired.
    AmeriCorps VISTA benefits: -Monthly living allowance, $973/month. This living allowance is based on 110% of the area poverty level. -Post service $5,730 Education Award or $1500 end-of-term cash award -Basic health coverage, student loan forbearance and basic child care assistance when applicable -Relocation allowance if moving more than 50 miles to serve -Paid round-trip ticket to pre-service orientation and reimbursed travel expenses (when applicable) -Extensive training, professional development, and networking opportunities -Access to AmeriCorps network -Non-competitive eligibility for federal government service (for one year after service)
    Site specific benefits: WTA bus pass (paid by VISTA member), WWU library and technology access. Eligible for reduced rate/hours for Wade Recreation Center (currently $30 per quarter, paid by VISTA member, subject to change). PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The VISTA/AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps/VISTA service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. AmeriCorps/VISTA only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Jordan Jungwirth
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
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  • Culinary Arts
  • Chef for Summer - Chuckanut Manor
    Employer:
    Chuckanut Manor
    Chef for summer is needed right away.
    Hours:
    Varies
    Contact:
    Pat Woolcock
    Phone:
    3607666191
    Address:
    3056 Chuckanut Dr.
    City:
    Bow
    Zip:
    98232
    Closes:
    7/10/2015
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  • Variety of positions - The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    Employer:
    The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    There are a variety of positions open with Skagit Valley Casino Resort. Please contact Kim for the most updated openings and to schedule an appointment to apply.
    Contact:
    Kim
    Phone:
    360-724-0190
    City:
    Bow, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Education and Human Services
  • Coordinators - The Woodring College of Education
    Employer:
    The Woodring College of Education
    TERMS OF SERVICE: Position start date is August 17, 2015 Mandatory training dates: August 18th-21st Position end date: June 30th, 2016 – with opportunity to continue for 2nd year of service. Full-time position - M – F with some evening and weekend hours (1,700 hours required over the 10.5 month term of service) JOB DESCRIPTION: The Woodring College of Education-Bellingham Schools Collective Impact Partnership seeks outstanding AmeriCorps members to inspire youth to become their best selves, supporting their success in school and helping them explore and envision their future opportunities. Coordinators will support youth and families through college access coaching programs at the elementary, middle and high school levels. The College Access Coordinators will work on-site at Alderwood Elementary, Cordata Elementary, Shuksan Middle, and Squalicum High Schools and at Western Washington University with the Woodring College of Education Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) program. We are looking for strong candidates who love working with youth and will advance the reciprocal relationship between WWU/WCE and the Bellingham Schools!
    Coordinators will serve as the primary contact for staff and teachers at partner schools, and will be responsible for helping them develop and implement college access and family engagement programs. The primary functions of this position will be to work within school settings to support social-emotional and academic development of 4-12th grade students by: (1) working with site teams to identify students to be served; (2) developing or supporting existing programs; (3) tracking student progress; and (3) training, supervising and supporting college students from the WWU campus to act as college access coaches for economically disadvantaged K-12 youth. The College Access Corps Coordinators will also recruit volunteers, including youth volunteers for quarterly National Days of Service.
    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND RELATED TASKS: -Work to develop, expand and enhance in-school academic support, after-school academic support, and afterschool social/emotional support programs -Build programmatic infrastructure around college access programming best practices -Conduct university-wide college access coach recruitment campaigns among diverse student groups -Work with school teachers and administrators to engage with students and families -Foster school and community partnerships, build relationships with teachers, staff and administrators -Attend WWU quarterly events to support LinCS WWU partners, CEED, Compass2Campus, Migrant Youth Leadership Conference, etc. -Attend weekly WCE team meetings and planning meetings with community partnership team -Represent programming as part of the WCE-Bellingham Schools Collective Impact Partnership -Work with school and community site supervisors and WCE LinCS (Learning in Community and Schools) to train, orientate, supervise and provide on-going support on-site and in college classes to college students as college access coaches -Provide support to 4-12 grade students in a variety of activities that promote college access -Recruit volunteers for National Days of Service (Make a Difference Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, Earth Day and/or Youth Service Day) and other community service events, plan other events -Conduct college access workshops, plans, academic skills development, college access events, college fairs, campus etc., for students and families, plan and implement college visits. -Administer program assessment, use data tracking systems -Promote program impacts to internal and external stakeholders, provide program reporting -Participate in personal and professional development activities, including self-reflection -Participate in College Access Corps trainings, including orientation, mid-year training, graduation, regional cohort meetings and others as available
    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: -AA or BA/BS Degree, or equivalent experience in youth programming or family engagement strategies -Group facilitation skills -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong organization, problem-solving, written and oral communication skills -Basic office computer skills, including word processing, database experience, Excel -Ethical use of social media -Strong initiative, self-starter, work well independently, flexibility, ability to think on your feet! -Ability to creatively problem solve -Enthusiasm for helping others succeed
    PREFFERED QUALIFICATIONS: -Experience doing educational outreach with families -Bilingual, English with Spanish, Vietnamese or Punjabi -Program management (marketing, event planning, training, volunteer recruitment management) experience.
    BENEFITS: -Living stipend of $12,530 (distributed over 10.5 months, approximately $1,152 monthly) -Loan Forbearance and Interest Accrual Reimbursement on qualifying loans -Basic Health Care Plan -Education Award of $5,730 upon successful completion of the program -Childcare assistance for qualifying members -Access to WWU resources including library, bus pass (paid by AC member) and Wade King Recreation Center (paid by AC member)
    PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The College Access Corps program, an AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. The College Access Corps only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Lisa Moulds
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
    Pay Rate:
    stipend
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  • Student COACH - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    The Student COACH Program is in its third year at BTC. This year we hope to have 12 coaches working on campus supporting student success and transition.

    DUTIES include
    • Peer-to-peer support and academic coaching to students transitioning from Basic Academic Skills into BTC college coursework and programs.
    • Coordination of COACH program activities such as campus tours, new student orientations, and FAFSA workshops.
    • Participation in service learning activities and student recruitment throughout the year.

    COMPENSATION:Each participating student will receive a stipend of $250 per quarter, paid on completion of the quarter, conditional on minimum time requirements-20 hours-being met.

    TO APPLY: If you would like to recommend a student for a BTC COACH Program, contact Maryn Gunning at mgunning@btc.ctc.edu or Cherie Hollifield at chollifield@btc.ctc.edu
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • VISTA Elementary School Programming Coordinator - WACC AmeriCorps VISTA Position Description 2015-16
    Employer:
    WACC AmeriCorps VISTA Position Description 2015-16
    Position Summary: The 2015-16 VISTA Elementary School Programming Coordinator will the Western Washington University (WWU) Woodring College of Education (WCE) – Bellingham Public Schools (BPS) Collective Impact partnership by providing essential academic, social-emotional and support services to some of the most economically disadvantaged K-5 youth in our community so that they can be engaged in and succeed at school. The VISTA Coordinator will build sustainability into the Carl Cozier Elementary Title I. School “Care Room” and provide coordination for additional programs, as determined by the school. VISTA member will coordinate well-organized and meaningful service-learning opportunities for Woodring teacher candidates placed at Carl Cozier elementary.
    Major Responsibilities and Activities: Develop programming sustainability in the Carl Cozier “Care Room” including working with the Woodring College of Education Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) to recruit, train and support college service-learners and other volunteers to engage with K-5 youth in the Care Room and in other service-learning projects at Carl Cozier. Collect, analyze and report data. Seek additional resources to support program, including working with the PTA, writing grants, assisting with fundraising and accessing other resources in the community to build Care Room capacity and sustainability. Coordinate additional projects identified by school (for example, a “food backpack” project, or other high need projects, that may be identified by the school). Collaborate with other VISTA and AmeriCorps members to design and implement quarterly Service Days (for example, the MLK Jr. Day of Service). Attend meetings for AmeriCorps and VISTA teams placed with LinCS and in the schools. Participate in all WACC trainings. Provide programming sustainability support to school and/or community partners during the summer. Other duties as assigned. Term of service: 365 days, averaging 40 hrs. / Week Start Date, August 24, 2015 for training. Qualifications: -Associates or Bachelor degree -At least 18 years of age, U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident -Interest and/ or experience in community service and/ or community development -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong initiative, works well independently and is flexible within an ever-changing work environment -Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and multi-task -Excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated creative problem solving abilities -Excellent computer skills, including MS Office, Excel, social media, adobe products, and database management -Ability to make a full-year commitment -Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary -Ability to pass criminal background check before employment begins AmeriCorps VISTA benefits: -Monthly living allowance, $973/month. This living allowance is based on 110% of the area poverty level. -Post service $5,730 Education Award or $1500 end-of-term cash award -Basic health coverage, student loan forbearance and basic child care assistance when applicable -Relocation allowance if moving more than 50 miles to serve -Paid round-trip ticket to pre-service orientation and reimbursed travel expenses (when applicable) -Extensive training, professional development, and networking opportunities -Access to AmeriCorps network -Non-competitive eligibility for federal government service (for one year after service)
    Site specific benefits: WTA bus pass (paid by VISTA member), WWU library and technology access. Eligible for reduced rate/hours for Wade Recreation Center (currently $30 per quarter, paid by VISTA member, subject to change). PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The VISTA/AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps/VISTA service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. AmeriCorps/VISTA only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Jordan Jungwirth
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
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  • VISTA Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) Coordinator - WWU Woodring College of Education
    Employer:
    WWU Woodring College of Education
    Position Summary: The 2015-16 VISTA member will advance the work of the WWU Woodring College of Education (WCE) Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) by coordinating well-organized and meaningful service-learning opportunities for Woodring teacher candidates and other college students while deepening WCE’s commitment to offering strong field based experiences to teacher candidates while providing essential academic and social-emotional services to some of the most economically disadvantaged K-12 youth in our community.
    Major Responsibilities and Activities: Recruit, train and support college service-learners to engage with youth in before, during and after school academic and social-emotional programs in schools and the community. Visit college students and youth on site. Integrate deeper sustainability into the LinCS program, including developing existing and new faculty and school/community partnerships and WCE teacher candidate 1:1 service-learning mentoring. Streamline quarterly placement process using Excel and database technology. Collect, analyze and report data. Collaborate with other VISTA and AmeriCorps members to design and implement quarterly Service Days (for example, the MLK Jr. Day of Service). Coordinate meetings for AmeriCorps and VISTA teams placed with LinCS and in the schools. Participate in all WACC trainings. Provide programming sustainability support to school and/or community partners during the summer. Other duties as assigned.
    Term of service: 365 days, averaging 40 hrs. / Week Start Date: August 24, 2015 for training. Qualifications: -Associates or Bachelor degree -At least 18 years of age, U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident -Interest and/ or experience in community service and/ or community development -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong initiative, works well independently and is flexible within an ever-changing work environment -Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and multi-task -Excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated creative problem solving abilities -Excellent computer skills, including MS Office, Excel, social media, adobe products, and database management -Ability to make a full-year commitment -Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary -Ability to pass criminal background check before employment begins
    AmeriCorps VISTA benefits: -Monthly living allowance, $973/month. This living allowance is based on 110% of the area poverty level. -Post service $5,730 Education Award or $1500 end-of-term cash award -Basic health coverage, student loan forbearance and basic child care assistance when applicable -Relocation allowance if moving more than 50 miles to serve -Paid round-trip ticket to pre-service orientation and reimbursed travel expenses (when applicable) -Extensive training, professional development, and networking opportunities -Access to AmeriCorps network -Non-competitive eligibility for federal government service (for one year after service)
    Site specific benefits: WTA bus pass (paid by VISTA member), WWU library and technology access. Eligible for reduced rate/hours for Wade Recreation Center (currently $30 per quarter, paid by VISTA member, subject to change). PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The VISTA/AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps/VISTA service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. AmeriCorps/VISTA only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Jordan Jungwirth
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
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  • VISTA Sterling Meadows Education Coordinator - WACC AmeriCorps VISTA
    Employer:
    WACC AmeriCorps VISTA
    Position Summary: The 2015-16 VISTA member will coordinate education programming with Sterling Meadows housing. Primary responsibilities will include recruiting, training and supporting college student service-learners to provide homework help and support to K-12 youth living at Sterling Meadows. Sterling Meadows is part of Mercy Housing and is a housing complex for agricultural and farmworker families, living at or below the poverty level. Most youth are bi-lingual in Spanish and English. See http://www.mercyhousing.org. The VISTA member will also coordinate garden service projects and programming for the Sterling Paz Community Garden VISTA project.
    Major Responsibilities and Activities: Collaborate with the Woodring College of Education Learning in Community and Schools to recruit, train and support college service-learners to engage with youth in after school homework clubs with youth living at Sterling Meadows. Integrate deeper sustainability into the Sterling Meadows education program. Collect, analyze and report data. Write grants and help with fundraising. Collaborate with other VISTA and AmeriCorps members to design and implement quarterly Service Days (for example, the MLK Jr. Day of Service). Participate in all WACC and VISTA trainings. Collaborate with schools and families. Build program sustainability into the Sterling Paz Community Garden VISTA project. Other duties as assigned.
    Term of service: 365 days, averaging 40 hrs. / Week Qualifications: -Associates or Bachelor degree -At least 18 years of age, U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident -Interest and/ or experience in community service and/ or community development -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong initiative, works well independently and is flexible within an ever-changing work environment -Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and multi-task -Excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated creative problem solving abilities -Excellent computer skills, including MS Office, Excel, social media, adobe products, and database management -Ability to make a full-year commitment -Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary -Ability to pass criminal background check before employment begins -Bilingual in Spanish desired.
    AmeriCorps VISTA benefits: -Monthly living allowance, $973/month. This living allowance is based on 110% of the area poverty level. -Post service $5,730 Education Award or $1500 end-of-term cash award -Basic health coverage, student loan forbearance and basic child care assistance when applicable -Relocation allowance if moving more than 50 miles to serve -Paid round-trip ticket to pre-service orientation and reimbursed travel expenses (when applicable) -Extensive training, professional development, and networking opportunities -Access to AmeriCorps network -Non-competitive eligibility for federal government service (for one year after service)
    Site specific benefits: WTA bus pass (paid by VISTA member), WWU library and technology access. Eligible for reduced rate/hours for Wade Recreation Center (currently $30 per quarter, paid by VISTA member, subject to change). PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The VISTA/AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps/VISTA service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. AmeriCorps/VISTA only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Jordan Jungwirth
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
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  • Electronics, Instrumentation and Process Tech
  • Assistant Manager - Operations - Sugiya U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    Sugiya U.S.A., INC.
    COMPANY DISCRIPTION: An established, closely-held, 29-year old high-end surimi based seafood analog manufacturing company in Anacortes, WA. Reports directly to the Director of Operations.
    QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Keeps/manages records on stock (dry, fresh, frozen); 2. Manages the records of all inventory items with accounting oversight via M/S Excel, Word and SAGE 360 software; 3. Supervises the organization of Dry Goods & Finished Goods and Raw materials warehouses; 4. Maintains warehouses in good condition complying with State/Federal regulations; 5. Keeps track of all incoming/outgoing freight and manages the Shipping Department to ensure efficiency; 6. Couriering and arranging delivery/receipt of domestic/international packages; 7. Provides support to the Materials Control Staff, when needed; 8. Assists Customer Service, as needed; and, 9. Preforms administrative duties as assigned.
    OTHER: Promotable, Paid Benefits and Training
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com, download an application form, send completed application along with a cover letter and resume to: FAX 360.293.6964 Attn: Human Resources…or Mail to Attn: Human Resources, Sugiyo U.S.A., Inc., P.O. Box 468, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    DOE
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • GiroDisc - ENTRY LEVEL MACHINIST
    Employer:
    ENTRY LEVEL MACHINIST
    We are a manufacturing company in Bellingham looking for an entry level machinist to work with our production team in the setup, operation and maintenance of our CNC machines and related equipment. Any prospective employees must have some mill and/or lathe experience, Haas or Fanuc control experience, a strong competency with precision measurement tools and a solid understanding of dimensioning/tolerancing. Responsibilities will include machine setup, tool offsets, loading and editing programs, adjusting cutter comps etc. This is not a button pusher job; flexibility, the ability to learn quickly and a close attention to detail are required. We are looking for an intelligent, driven, and amicable employee who is willing to have a strong commitment to quality, efficiency and the growth of an excellent company. We offer a competitive wage and a benefit package that is available after completion of a probationary period. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs and be on your feet all day. It’s a machine shop environment. Work hours: 40 hours a week, Monday – Thursday 10 hour shifts.
    If interested, please email us your resume and cover letter to payable@girodisc.com.
    Hours:
    10 hr days M-Th
    Contact:
    Bill Wymond
    Phone:
    3603063263
    Address:
    3550 Meridian Street Unit 6
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    7/31/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $13-15
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  • Machinists & Other Positions - AMT
    Employer:
    AMT
    Looking for a career in Aerospace? Senior Aerospace AMT is looking for qualified candidates to come join our team. AMT offers health benefits, 401K, Sick Pay, Vacation, Holiday Pay, On‐Site Gym, Wellness Program, Incentive Programs and much more!

    PRODUCTION:
    • Machinist—Levels 3‐5
    • Part Mark Clerk
    • Receiving Clerk
    • Stores Clerk
    • Assembly Mechanic
    • Electrical Mechanic Technician
    • Maintenance Technician Supervisor
    • CNC Programmer
    • Program Manager 2
    • CMM Inspector
    • Assembly/Receiving Inspector
    • HR Generalist

    TO APPLY: Applicants can apply via our website www.amtnw.com.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Maintenance Manager - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    COMPANY DESCRIPTION: An established, closely-held, 29-year old high-end surimi-based seafood analog manufacturing company in Anacortes, WA. Direct reporting to Corporate Vice President; 6) Exempt, full-time, 40+ hours per week; 7) Paid Benefits.
    QUALIFICATION: BA, BS or comparable Certification 1) 5+ years’ experience in private sector manufacturing maintenance and capital project management; 2) Track record in contract administration, budget management and regulatory compliance; and 3) Prefer food industry experience.
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com download an application form, send completed application along with a cover letter and resume to: Fax 360.293.6964 Attn: Human Resources…or mail to Attn: Human Resources, Sugiyo U.S.A., Inc.. P.O. Box 468, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    full-time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Maintenance Technician I - Wyndham Vacation Ownership Sandcastle
    Employer:
    Wyndham Vacation Ownership Sandcastle
    *Description: Wyndham Vacation Ownership is the world's largest vacation ownership company with an impressive list of world-renowned destinations. We've grown and excelled by remaining true to our corporate values of integrity, accountability and exceptional customer service. It is the strong values and Count On Me! Service promise of being respectful, being responsive and delivering great experiences exhibited by our team that continues to set us apart from the rest.
    Wyndham Vacation Ownership's vision is to deliver a lifetime of memorable vacation experiences for our owners. This vision is supported by our mission statement which states:
    We embrace and live the Wyndham values by creating a supportive environment for employees to develop and prosper. We delight our customers by meeting their needs or exceeding their expectations. We are "memory makers".
    Warm, thoughtful, gracious hospitality is our culture and through our Count on Me service philosophies; our employees strengthen their customer service skills for successful execution of signature service. In your role, you will help us deliver outstanding service and hospitality to our guests to ensure they have a memorable vacation while staying with our resorts each and every time.
    Job Summary: The Maintenance Technician performs all general facility maintenance under minimum supervision in a manner which ensures the preservation of optimum quality and efficient production. Perform service requests and repairs as directed. Perform maintenance work for make-ready units as directed. Clean and inspect in building systems and report deficiencies to supervisor. Adhere to the company’s safety programs.
    *Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent Basic maintenance training 1-2 years Basic landscape training 1-2 years Basic pool maintenance (select sites)
    *How to apply: www.wvojobs.com
    Hours:
    DOE
    Address:
    7824 Birch Bay Drive
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    9/30/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Outside Construction Lineman - NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Employer:
    NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Journeymen linemen build and maintain electrical power systems. They do all the work from the point of generation (power plants) all the way to the customer's meter. The lines may be on overhead structures (up to 500’ plus) or in underground vaults and trenches in rural and metropolitan areas. Linemen also do work on traffic signals and street lights. The work is physically demanding, on all kinds of terrain and weather conditions from freezing blizzard conditions to temperatures over 100 degrees. Climbing electrical towers and poles during all seasons and weather is required to get the job done. At times power lines fail or become inoperable due to bad weather and storms, this is when the outside electrical industry performs critical duties

    QUALIFICATIONS: 18 years or older; High School graduate or GED; A grade of “C” or better for one full year in algebra.

    TO APPLY you can download an application from our website, nwlinejatc.com, or call the office at, 503-253-8202, and ask to have one mailed to you.
    Address:
    9817 NE 54th Street, Suite 101
    City:
    Vancouver WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Production Machine Technician Trainee - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Imitation Crabmeat Food Manufacturer
    $11.00/hr/days; $12.10/hr/nights -- OT, Employer-Paid Medical/Dental/AD&D and Life Insurance Benefits, Paid Vacation/Sick leave/Holidays; 401(k)
    MECHANICAL aptitude/background to adjust/repair equipment, drive systems, boilers, pumps, cooking/freezing systems, as required. RESPOND to trouble calls as required REBUILD broken equipment HELPS IN FABRICATION of parts for special projects/repairs. COMPLETE regular machine PM's TROUBLESHOOTS and repairs broken equipment ABILITY to follow diagrams, operating manuals/specifications
    BE ABLE to lift 55#, have good hearing/vision (corrections OK) MUST MEET plant grooming standards (clean shaven) WILLING TO WORK any shift (10% shift differential for nights 5pm - 5 am), OT and Saturdays, as needed
    Must possess a Washington State driver license or the ability to obtain one.
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com, download an application, email to ld@sugiyo.com, FAX to 360.293.6964, or APPLY IN PERSON AT 3200 T Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    11-12.10
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  • Production Supervisor - SUGIYO U.S.A., Inc.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., Inc.
    Knowledgeable in the operation and monitoring of High-tech equipment and in the preparation/processing/packaging of surimi-based seafood products. Plans/organizes/coordinates/manages personnel and activities to ensure effective/efficient processing. Knowledgeable of the cleaning/sanitizing of processing equipment. Must meet Company grooming standards and be willing to work any shift and long hours. THIS POSITION IS $15-$25/HR DOE $$
    1. Responsible for the supervision of associates and ensure compliance with all safety/quality/production/housekeeping standards. 2. Overall management of Division and coordination with other Divisions. 3. Carry out associate discipline/corrective actions/performance evaluations/recommendations for promotion/counsel and motivation. 4. Provide support/direction/guidance/recognition to subordinate personnel to assist in developing their job skills and accomplishments. 5. Responsible for all processes/equipment and meeting production quality/quantity standards. 6. Ensures efficient/economical utilization of materials, improves methods and eliminates wasteful practices within the Division. 7. Keeps records of departmental activities, as required. 8. Accepts/identifies w/problems/responsibilities of management. 9. Provide training/coaching for Division and new associates on job functions and safe work procedures. 10. Pursues knowledge/development/ 11. Observes the established Company code of ethics.
    BENEFITS: PAID Vacation, Sick leave, Holidays, Medical/Dental and Life Insurance & Accidental Death & Disability, and 401(k)
    THIS POSTION IS $15-$25/Hour DOR $$
    TO APPLY: FO TO WEBSITE www.sugiyo.com DOWNLOAD APPLICATION, COMPLETE, SEND VIS FAX 360.293.6964, EMAIL id@sugiyo.com, MAIL 3200 T AVENUE, ANACORTES, WA 98221
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/23/2015
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  • Production Technician Trainee - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Will operate and monitor hi-tech equipment and perform various manual tasks to prepare, process, and package surimi-based seafood products.
    Will clean and sanitize equipment.
    Must meet company grooming standards (clean shaven/no jewelry).
    Lifting up to 55# routinely.
    Stack products on pallets, use shovels and scoops to transfer material from bins to process units.
    Conduct visual on-line monitoring for product and package integrity, size and color quality.
    Access low and high machine areas for adjustment, assembly dismantling and sanitation.
    Maintain floors, bins, cutters, and utensils in a sanitary manner.
    Mandatory to MAINTAIN A HIGH LEVEL OF ATTENDANCE. Uniforms provided, includes boots.
    Ot, 10% Shift Dif, Employer-Paid Medical/Dental Benefits, Paid Vacation/Sick leave/Holidays; 401(k)
    Must possess a Washington State driver’s license or the ability to obtain one.
    Shifts 5:00 am – 5:00 pm; 5:00pm – 5:00 am Monday through Friday
    FIRST SHIFT: $9.47/hour SECOND SHIFT: $10.42/hour
    TO APPLY: Go online to www.sugiyo.com, download application, complete and fax 360.293.6964; or drop off at SUGIYO, 3200 T Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/23/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Quality Control Inspector - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    MAJOR FUNCTIONS: 1. Inspect equipment, utensils and plant areas in line with Good Mfg Practices and recognize problems and non-compliance issues - will train. 2. Check sanitizer concentrations by use of chlorine test paper & prepare boot wash and hand dip solutions. 3. Visual inspection of container integrity of raw materials received. 4. Calibrate floor scale by using a 50# standard weight. 5. Check product temperature at different stages of operation by thermometer 6. Sensory testing of partially-processed products 7. Check metal detector sensitivity 8. Recordkeeping - complete all documentation required of day's operations - will train. 9. Maintain high level of attendance and work independently. 10. For sanitation reasons, hair must be securely affixed above collar line and facial hair must be removed. 11. Will monitor, read and respond to digital readout, visual and auditory controls and warning systems. 12. Understand and follow verbal and written instructions 13. Familiarity with Good Manufacturing Practices 14. Inspection background a plus 15. Able to interpret data collected from different inspection - will train 16. Educate plant personnel in basic sanitation, hygiene
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: 1. Familiarity with food inspection A PLUS 2. Ability to learn new skills quickly and efficiently
    CERIFICATES AND LICENSE REQUIRED: 1. High School diploma or equivalent 2. May be required to possess a valid Washington State Driver's license of the ability to obtain one 3. Required to take the QMP-HACCP training program and pass the HACCP Certification exam.
    BENEFITS: 1. Paid Medical, Dental, Life Insurance & Accidental Death & Dismemberment for employee 2. Paid vacation and sick leave 3. Paid holidays 4. 401(k)
    THIS POSITION PAYS: $11.00/hr/days and $12.10/hr/nights
    Note: Day shift may rotate to night shift, as need
    TO APPLY: Go online to www.sugiyo.com, download application, complete and fax to 360.293.6964 or drop off at SUGIYO, 2300 T AVENUE, ANACORTES, WA 98221
    Hours:
    9a-8p (Days), 5p-4a(Nights)
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    11-12.10
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  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

    At SEL you will find challenging work, state-of-the-art tools and technology, and excellent benefits. In addition, you will work beside some of the brightest minds and inventors in the industry.

    If you are looking for an exciting, rewarding, and challenging career, your search ends here!

    SEL has careers in fields such as:
    * Engineering
    * Technicians
    * Manufacturing
    * Quality

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Technicians - Williams
    Employer:
    Williams
    Instrumentation & Control graduates - check out Williams Pipeline at http://www.williams.com/careers/Technicians.aspx.

    Williams is one of America's leading natural gas companies, with production, gathering, processing and transmission in critical basins and markets across the country. We're well positioned to help meet the growing demand for natural gas as a cleaner-burning domestic energy source.

    A career at Williams can be as challenging, exciting and rewarding as you make it. Learn more about the many opportunities we have to offer.

    Current opportunities include:
    Pipeline Technician 1: Posting 31782 - Kemmerer, WY
    Pipeline Technician 1: Posting 31162 - Billingsley, AL
    Pipeline Technician: Posting 31301 - Moore, SC
    Gathering Technician I: Posting 25981 - Susquehanna, PA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Engineering
  • Engineering Specialist - Port of Bellingham
    Employer:
    Port of Bellingham
    This position is the resident expert on CAD, GIS, and project records management. Work independently on designing and drafting documents that have significant impact on the outcome of capital projects. Regularly exercise independent judgment and discretion to perform specialized engineering tasks, including CAD, GIS, mapping and design work, permitting, construction plans and specifications, and project management. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Design and draft construction drawings using CAD and prepare related specifications for projects in all disciplines with emphasis in civil, structural, marine engineering, and landscaping. Prepare project permitting, including correspondence, maps, plans, permit applications, and interaction with consultants and agency personnel. Maintain engineering archive drawing files and records both electronically and flat files, and engineering standard specifications, reports, studies, and all engineering documents. Integrate existing facilities maps, permit maps, lease maps, legal descriptions, and special project designs into CAD and/or GIS. Create computer-generated mapping/graphics/reports/presentations/illustrations in support of department and other divisions. Perform day to day engineering duties independently, i.e. basic computations, legal descriptions, sketches, reproduction of engineering material Perform various engineering field duties, i.e. surveying, project inspection, monitor progress of construction to ensure adherence to plans and specifications, and prepare as-built drawings for site and tenant spaces. Obtain and furnish information for other persons within the department, and contacts with other Port departments or outside of the Port Maintain pre-qualified listing of engineering and other specialty consultants. Scope, negotiate, and coordinate surveying professional service agreements. Coordinate engineering data and drawings with other agencies; city, county, utility companies, etc. Coordinate Port of Bellingham Architectural Review Committee. Develop and prepare annual schedule for Capital Improvement Projects. Backup duties of Engineering Department. Perform other related duties as assigned. o Qualifications o Must regularly exercise independent judgment and discretion in the exercise of the position’s duties and responsibilities. Must possess a valid WA State Driver’s License. Candidate must have a two-year associate degree in a related technology, e.g., engineering, environmental and at least 5 years experience in related fields of work. Due to the self-supporting nature of this position, good oral and written communication skills and computer skills are required. Candidate must be willing and able to learn software such as AutoCad, ARC GIS and MS project. Highly prefer candidates who want to grow into project management or professional engineering roles in the future and take on additional duties as necessary. How to apply: www.portofbellingham.com/jobs
    Hours:
    M-F 7-4pm
    Contact:
    Lindsay Burmeister, PHR
    Phone:
    3607157386
    Address:
    1801 Roeder Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    7/13/2015
    Pay Rate:
    49,000 +
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  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

    At SEL you will find challenging work, state-of-the-art tools and technology, and excellent benefits. In addition, you will work beside some of the brightest minds and inventors in the industry.

    If you are looking for an exciting, rewarding, and challenging career, your search ends here!

    SEL has careers in fields such as:
    * Engineering
    * Technicians
    * Manufacturing
    * Quality

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Various - Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

    Becoming a DNR employee is an investment in your future and in the future of the State of Washington as many of our positions generate revenue that supports K-12 public schools, higher education, and many county services.

    Join our team and be the future of public service at DNR in an environment that is supportive, safe, and inclusive to everyone.

    DNR has positions in a field range of fields, including
    Agriculture,
    Automotive,
    Communications,
    Customer Service,
    Engineering,
    Environment Services,
    Fire & EMS,
    Forestry,
    IT & Computers,
    Project Management and
    Trades.

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Fisheries
  • Various - Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

    Becoming a DNR employee is an investment in your future and in the future of the State of Washington as many of our positions generate revenue that supports K-12 public schools, higher education, and many county services.

    Join our team and be the future of public service at DNR in an environment that is supportive, safe, and inclusive to everyone.

    DNR has positions in a field range of fields, including
    Agriculture,
    Automotive,
    Communications,
    Customer Service,
    Engineering,
    Environment Services,
    Fire & EMS,
    Forestry,
    IT & Computers,
    Project Management and
    Trades.

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • General
  • - TJMaxx
    Employer:
    TJMaxx
    Apply by completing employment application at store. 4289 Guide Meridian---in the Costco center
    Hours:
    20-30
    Address:
    4289 Guide Meridian
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $9.50-DOE
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  • Academic Tutor - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Provide individual and small group tutoring to students in the Tutoring Center at Bellingham Technical College (H-9). Assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills. Other assistance might include: reviewing in-class material, notes, and text; working on solutions to homework problems; preparing for upcoming tests. During non-tutoring times, students may be asked to help perform other clerical type duties in the Tutoring Center.

    Tutoring occurs on an as-needed basis and usually covers one of the following subjects: Mathematics (Occupational Math through Pre-Calculus II), Biology (including Anatomy & Physiology and Microbiology), Intro to Computers, Physics, Chemistry, Psychology, and English/Communication. Additional subjects may be needed upon student request.

    Qualifications: An A or B grade in each of the subjects in which you wish to tutor, plus instructor recommendation if available.
    • Good interpersonal communication skills and ease in relating to people from varying educational, cultural, and social backgrounds.
    • Responsible, dependable, and mature.
    • Previous tutoring or teaching experience beneficial, but not required.

    Hours and Compensation This is a part-time, hourly, non-represented position with hours that can range between 3 and 20 hours per week. Most tutors work between 5 and 15 hours per week when academic classes are in session, but there is no guarantee of a minimum amount of hours.

    Current pay rate is $11.10 per hour for both individual and group tutoring.

    To apply: Fill out an application in the Tutoring Center, Building H, Room 9 at BTC. For questions, call 360-752-8499 or email tutoring@btc.ctc.edu. Employer: Bellingham Technical College
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Assistant Manager - Operations - Sugiya U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    Sugiya U.S.A., INC.
    COMPANY DISCRIPTION: An established, closely-held, 29-year old high-end surimi based seafood analog manufacturing company in Anacortes, WA. Reports directly to the Director of Operations.
    QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Keeps/manages records on stock (dry, fresh, frozen); 2. Manages the records of all inventory items with accounting oversight via M/S Excel, Word and SAGE 360 software; 3. Supervises the organization of Dry Goods & Finished Goods and Raw materials warehouses; 4. Maintains warehouses in good condition complying with State/Federal regulations; 5. Keeps track of all incoming/outgoing freight and manages the Shipping Department to ensure efficiency; 6. Couriering and arranging delivery/receipt of domestic/international packages; 7. Provides support to the Materials Control Staff, when needed; 8. Assists Customer Service, as needed; and, 9. Preforms administrative duties as assigned.
    OTHER: Promotable, Paid Benefits and Training
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com, download an application form, send completed application along with a cover letter and resume to: FAX 360.293.6964 Attn: Human Resources…or Mail to Attn: Human Resources, Sugiyo U.S.A., Inc., P.O. Box 468, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    DOE
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Buyer/Receiver - Itek Energy
    Employer:
    Itek Energy
    *Responsible for purchasing and price negotiation of re-occurring support materials and supplies in response to reasonable inventory levels. *Tasked with processing company-wide purchase requisitions in line with established procedures and restrictions. *Works to ensure items are purchased in a timely fashion to meet the needs of the organization. *Coordinate appropriate minimum/maximum inventory levels of supplies with inventory coordinator to maximize storage capabilities. *Make parts runs as necessary to accommodate facility maintenance. *Assist in off-loading trucks of incoming shipments when available. * Assist in verification of incoming shipment’s quality/count accuracy and document discrepancies. *Internally deliver incoming items to the proper location. *Organize and clean the warehouse and receiving areas. *Work with other departments to initiate and implement process improvements. *Other duties as assigned by management. Skills/Knowledge: *Working knowledge of raw materials, production processes and purchasing practices. *Computer skills including but not limited to MS Office, Outlook and QuickBooks. *Have or obtain a forklift safety certification. *Current valid state issued driver’s license. *Ability to read and write in the English language. Education/Training and Experience *Minimum one or more years of experience in manufacturing production environment *Prefer experience in purchasing *High school diploma or equivalent Physical Elements *Noise Exposure: Elevated levels: 15% of time *Repetitive Motions: 90% of time *Standing: 25% of time *Sitting: 50% of time *Walking: 25% of time *Lifting: Up to 50 pounds 5%, > 25 pounds 10% of time, < 25="" pounds="" 15%="" of="" time="" *outdoor="" exposure:="">10% of time *Positive attitude and willingness to work in a professional team environment. *High level of attention to detail to ensure that quality standards are being met. Benefits for full time staff after introductory period. Please submit resume to: opportunities@itekenergy.com
    Hours:
    8:00 - 4:30
    Contact:
    Michelle Simmons
    Phone:
    3606479531
    Address:
    3886 Hammer Drive
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/21/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $14
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  • Call Center Representatives - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Position Description:
    BTC Call Center Representatives will partner with the Admissions Office in efforts to increase recruitment and retention by method of outbound phone calls to students. This position requires excellent communication skills and ability to refer others to BTC student services when needed.

    Salary: This hourly position varies Monday through Friday from 1-6pm approximately 10 to 15 hours a week. Compensation is $10.84 per hour.

    Minimum Qualifications: * Adhere to a confidentiality agreement
    *Positive attitude
    * Demonstrate interpersonal communication skills
    * Must be 18 years of age or older

    Preferred Qualifications:
    * Experience making outbound phone calls
    * Demonstrated ability to work independently
    * Previous customer service experience

    Essential Functions and Typical Duties:
    * Attend training sessions upon hire
    * Make outbound calls to students
    * Track data using Microsoft Access software and CRM system
    * Communicate with diverse populations
    * Follow scripts when necessary
    * Responsible for follow through and communication with supervisor and other call center staff
    * Stay on task to meet call goals and timelines
    * Team Lead position will coordinate other staff’s schedules and ensure performance goals are being met

    Application Procedures and Deadlines
    Send your resume and a brief letter of intent to careerctr@btc.edu.
    Applications are now being accepted. Positions open until filled. For more information, call Karen Bade (360) 752-8450.
    Hours:
    Varies
    Contact:
    Karen Bade
    Phone:
    3607528450
    Address:
    3028 Lindbergh Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    7/25/2015
    Pay Rate:
    10.84
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  • Customer Service and Sales Representatives - T-Mobile
    Employer:
    T-Mobile
    Our friendly and knowledgeable Customer Service and Sales Reps let their interpersonal skills shine as they resolve a variety of customer inquires such as technical and billing questions for T-Mobile customers across the U.S. In this role you'll be empowered to solve problems independently and make decisions that you consider to be in the customer's best interest. You'll also be able to keep up to date with our ever-evolving technology and translate this information into terms your customers can understand. While you'll have all the training you need to work independently, you'll also enjoy the support of an encouraging team and knowledgeable leaders so at the end of the day, you can feel good about the job that you've done. As a Customer Service and Sales representative you will proactively offer products and services to our customers. Plus, you'll also enjoy the incentives and recognition T-Mobile has in place to reward the efforts of your performance and the opportunities for advancement make it perfect for people looking to establish a long-term career with T-Mobile.

    QUALIFICATIONS - Minimum Required
    • Six months to one year customer service experience
    • Call center and wireless experience a plus
    • Demonstrated competency in Windows
    • Keyboarding proficiency and use of automated systems
    • Stellar verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong problem solving skills
    • Ability to thrive in a lively working environment and multi-task
    • The flexibility to work weekends and other varied shifts as assigned.


    EDUCATION - Minimum Required
    • High School Diploma/GED.

    TO APPLY: For specific information on upcoming classes, or the application process, please contact the Bellingham Recruiter at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com or 360-527-3882. Thank you!! If you have interviewed and/or tested in the last 6 months, please email Holly at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com to verify eligibility.
    City:
    Bellingham, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • General Labor Vending & Fountain Equipment - Kent, WA - Pepsico
    Employer:
    Pepsico
    Cleans and prepares vending equipment for refurbishment and rebuilding as needed. Position prepares equipment surfaces for repainting, resurfacing or application of new decals/facings. Requires work on vending machines that weigh approximately 800 -- 1200 pounds. Lifts are used, but may be required to push, pull and move equipment as well as kneel and/or squat to work on equipment. Forklift experience helpful as well as general knowledge of hand and power tools. PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES: * Perform various physical duties as assigned, including but not limited to sorting, stacking, cleaning, minor repair, and/or maintenance tasks* Collect accurate and complete equipment information * Remove old parts * Complete paperwork on job and maintain accurate maintenance records * Maintain all safety standards * Regular, reliable, predictable attendance BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: * 18 years or older; 21 years or older if CDL Required* Pass the drug test * Pass DOT physical and DOT Road Test (if applicable)* Pass the background checks* Valid CDL license (if required)* Follow DOT Regulations
    For immediate consideration, please go to www.pepsijobs.com
    Hours:
    Days
    City:
    Kent
    Closes:
    7/31/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $15.42 +
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  • General Sewers - Experience preferred but not required - Myraddog.com
    Employer:
    Myraddog.com
    General Sewing experience preferred but not required. Work hours are very flexible to accommodate student schedules. Good work ethic and attention to detail is very important. Work location in the Geneva Neighborhood on bus route 512. Must be self motivated and work well unsupervised. 8-10 hours per week. Starting pay is $10 hr but will increase with more experience. Please email resume to brian@myraddog.com and indicate whether or not you have sewing experience.
    Hours:
    Flexible
    Contact:
    Brian
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    7/13/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $10 +
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  • Maintenance Manager - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    COMPANY DESCRIPTION: An established, closely-held, 29-year old high-end surimi-based seafood analog manufacturing company in Anacortes, WA. Direct reporting to Corporate Vice President; 6) Exempt, full-time, 40+ hours per week; 7) Paid Benefits.
    QUALIFICATION: BA, BS or comparable Certification 1) 5+ years’ experience in private sector manufacturing maintenance and capital project management; 2) Track record in contract administration, budget management and regulatory compliance; and 3) Prefer food industry experience.
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com download an application form, send completed application along with a cover letter and resume to: Fax 360.293.6964 Attn: Human Resources…or mail to Attn: Human Resources, Sugiyo U.S.A., Inc.. P.O. Box 468, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    full-time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Maintenance Technician I - Wyndham Vacation Ownership Sandcastle
    Employer:
    Wyndham Vacation Ownership Sandcastle
    *Description: Wyndham Vacation Ownership is the world's largest vacation ownership company with an impressive list of world-renowned destinations. We've grown and excelled by remaining true to our corporate values of integrity, accountability and exceptional customer service. It is the strong values and Count On Me! Service promise of being respectful, being responsive and delivering great experiences exhibited by our team that continues to set us apart from the rest.
    Wyndham Vacation Ownership's vision is to deliver a lifetime of memorable vacation experiences for our owners. This vision is supported by our mission statement which states:
    We embrace and live the Wyndham values by creating a supportive environment for employees to develop and prosper. We delight our customers by meeting their needs or exceeding their expectations. We are "memory makers".
    Warm, thoughtful, gracious hospitality is our culture and through our Count on Me service philosophies; our employees strengthen their customer service skills for successful execution of signature service. In your role, you will help us deliver outstanding service and hospitality to our guests to ensure they have a memorable vacation while staying with our resorts each and every time.
    Job Summary: The Maintenance Technician performs all general facility maintenance under minimum supervision in a manner which ensures the preservation of optimum quality and efficient production. Perform service requests and repairs as directed. Perform maintenance work for make-ready units as directed. Clean and inspect in building systems and report deficiencies to supervisor. Adhere to the company’s safety programs.
    *Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent Basic maintenance training 1-2 years Basic landscape training 1-2 years Basic pool maintenance (select sites)
    *How to apply: www.wvojobs.com
    Hours:
    DOE
    Address:
    7824 Birch Bay Drive
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    9/30/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Medical and Medical Support positions - United General Hospital
    Employer:
    United General Hospital
    Various positions available. Please visit the website at www.unitedgeneral.org for current job openings.
    Address:
    2000 Hospital Drive
    City:
    Sedro Woolley, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Part-time Computer, Math and English Tutors - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Provide individual and small group tutoring to students in the Tutoring Center at Bellingham Technical College (H-9). Assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills. Other assistance might include: reviewing in-class material, notes, and text; working on solutions to homework problems; preparing for upcoming tests. During non-tutoring times, students may be asked to help perform other clerical type duties in the Tutoring Center.

    Tutoring occurs on an as-needed basis and usually covers one of the following subjects: Mathematics (Occupational Math through Pre-Calculus II), Biology (including Anatomy & Physiology and Microbiology), Intro to Computers, Physics, Chemistry, Psychology, and English/Communication. Additional subjects may be needed upon student request.

    Qualifications: An A or B grade in each of the subjects in which you wish to tutor, plus instructor recommendation if available.
    • Good interpersonal communication skills and ease in relating to people from varying educational, cultural, and social backgrounds.
    • Responsible, dependable, and mature.
    • Previous tutoring or teaching experience beneficial, but not required.

    Hours and Compensation This is a part-time, hourly, non-represented position with hours that can range between 3 and 20 hours per week. Most tutors work between 5 and 15 hours per week when academic classes are in session, but there is no guarantee of a minimum amount of hours.

    Current pay rate is $11.10 per hour for both individual and group tutoring.

    To apply: Fill out an application in the Tutoring Center, Building H, Room 9 at BTC. For questions, call 360-752-8499. Employer: Bellingham Technical College
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Power Line Clearance Tree Trimmer - NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Employer:
    NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Power Line clearance tree trimming is maintenance of power line rights of ways intended to prevent interruption of utility electrical service to their customers. A line clearance tree trimmer engages in a variety of tree maintenance operations which include tree pruning, tree removal, and brush cleaning. Much of this work is done in the vicinity of high voltage, energized power lines. Individual working in this trade must remain alert, and aware of the extreme hazards associated with such work, at all times.

    QUALIFICATIONS: 18 years or older.

    TO APPLY you can download an application from our website, nwlinejatc.com, or call the office at, 503-253-8202, and ask to have one mailed to you.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Production Machine Technician Trainee - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Imitation Crabmeat Food Manufacturer
    $11.00/hr/days; $12.10/hr/nights -- OT, Employer-Paid Medical/Dental/AD&D and Life Insurance Benefits, Paid Vacation/Sick leave/Holidays; 401(k)
    MECHANICAL aptitude/background to adjust/repair equipment, drive systems, boilers, pumps, cooking/freezing systems, as required. RESPOND to trouble calls as required REBUILD broken equipment HELPS IN FABRICATION of parts for special projects/repairs. COMPLETE regular machine PM's TROUBLESHOOTS and repairs broken equipment ABILITY to follow diagrams, operating manuals/specifications
    BE ABLE to lift 55#, have good hearing/vision (corrections OK) MUST MEET plant grooming standards (clean shaven) WILLING TO WORK any shift (10% shift differential for nights 5pm - 5 am), OT and Saturdays, as needed
    Must possess a Washington State driver license or the ability to obtain one.
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com, download an application, email to ld@sugiyo.com, FAX to 360.293.6964, or APPLY IN PERSON AT 3200 T Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    11-12.10
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  • Production Supervisor - SUGIYO U.S.A., Inc.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., Inc.
    Knowledgeable in the operation and monitoring of High-tech equipment and in the preparation/processing/packaging of surimi-based seafood products. Plans/organizes/coordinates/manages personnel and activities to ensure effective/efficient processing. Knowledgeable of the cleaning/sanitizing of processing equipment. Must meet Company grooming standards and be willing to work any shift and long hours. THIS POSITION IS $15-$25/HR DOE $$
    1. Responsible for the supervision of associates and ensure compliance with all safety/quality/production/housekeeping standards. 2. Overall management of Division and coordination with other Divisions. 3. Carry out associate discipline/corrective actions/performance evaluations/recommendations for promotion/counsel and motivation. 4. Provide support/direction/guidance/recognition to subordinate personnel to assist in developing their job skills and accomplishments. 5. Responsible for all processes/equipment and meeting production quality/quantity standards. 6. Ensures efficient/economical utilization of materials, improves methods and eliminates wasteful practices within the Division. 7. Keeps records of departmental activities, as required. 8. Accepts/identifies w/problems/responsibilities of management. 9. Provide training/coaching for Division and new associates on job functions and safe work procedures. 10. Pursues knowledge/development/ 11. Observes the established Company code of ethics.
    BENEFITS: PAID Vacation, Sick leave, Holidays, Medical/Dental and Life Insurance & Accidental Death & Disability, and 401(k)
    THIS POSTION IS $15-$25/Hour DOR $$
    TO APPLY: FO TO WEBSITE www.sugiyo.com DOWNLOAD APPLICATION, COMPLETE, SEND VIS FAX 360.293.6964, EMAIL id@sugiyo.com, MAIL 3200 T AVENUE, ANACORTES, WA 98221
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/23/2015
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  • Production Technician Trainee - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Will operate and monitor hi-tech equipment and perform various manual tasks to prepare, process, and package surimi-based seafood products.
    Will clean and sanitize equipment.
    Must meet company grooming standards (clean shaven/no jewelry).
    Lifting up to 55# routinely.
    Stack products on pallets, use shovels and scoops to transfer material from bins to process units.
    Conduct visual on-line monitoring for product and package integrity, size and color quality.
    Access low and high machine areas for adjustment, assembly dismantling and sanitation.
    Maintain floors, bins, cutters, and utensils in a sanitary manner.
    Mandatory to MAINTAIN A HIGH LEVEL OF ATTENDANCE. Uniforms provided, includes boots.
    Ot, 10% Shift Dif, Employer-Paid Medical/Dental Benefits, Paid Vacation/Sick leave/Holidays; 401(k)
    Must possess a Washington State driver’s license or the ability to obtain one.
    Shifts 5:00 am – 5:00 pm; 5:00pm – 5:00 am Monday through Friday
    FIRST SHIFT: $9.47/hour SECOND SHIFT: $10.42/hour
    TO APPLY: Go online to www.sugiyo.com, download application, complete and fax 360.293.6964; or drop off at SUGIYO, 3200 T Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/23/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Quality Control Inspector - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    MAJOR FUNCTIONS: 1. Inspect equipment, utensils and plant areas in line with Good Mfg Practices and recognize problems and non-compliance issues - will train. 2. Check sanitizer concentrations by use of chlorine test paper & prepare boot wash and hand dip solutions. 3. Visual inspection of container integrity of raw materials received. 4. Calibrate floor scale by using a 50# standard weight. 5. Check product temperature at different stages of operation by thermometer 6. Sensory testing of partially-processed products 7. Check metal detector sensitivity 8. Recordkeeping - complete all documentation required of day's operations - will train. 9. Maintain high level of attendance and work independently. 10. For sanitation reasons, hair must be securely affixed above collar line and facial hair must be removed. 11. Will monitor, read and respond to digital readout, visual and auditory controls and warning systems. 12. Understand and follow verbal and written instructions 13. Familiarity with Good Manufacturing Practices 14. Inspection background a plus 15. Able to interpret data collected from different inspection - will train 16. Educate plant personnel in basic sanitation, hygiene
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: 1. Familiarity with food inspection A PLUS 2. Ability to learn new skills quickly and efficiently
    CERIFICATES AND LICENSE REQUIRED: 1. High School diploma or equivalent 2. May be required to possess a valid Washington State Driver's license of the ability to obtain one 3. Required to take the QMP-HACCP training program and pass the HACCP Certification exam.
    BENEFITS: 1. Paid Medical, Dental, Life Insurance & Accidental Death & Dismemberment for employee 2. Paid vacation and sick leave 3. Paid holidays 4. 401(k)
    THIS POSITION PAYS: $11.00/hr/days and $12.10/hr/nights
    Note: Day shift may rotate to night shift, as need
    TO APPLY: Go online to www.sugiyo.com, download application, complete and fax to 360.293.6964 or drop off at SUGIYO, 2300 T AVENUE, ANACORTES, WA 98221
    Hours:
    9a-8p (Days), 5p-4a(Nights)
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    11-12.10
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  • Student COACH - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    The Student COACH Program is in its third year at BTC. This year we hope to have 12 coaches working on campus supporting student success and transition.

    DUTIES include
    • Peer-to-peer support and academic coaching to students transitioning from Basic Academic Skills into BTC college coursework and programs.
    • Coordination of COACH program activities such as campus tours, new student orientations, and FAFSA workshops.
    • Participation in service learning activities and student recruitment throughout the year.

    COMPENSATION:Each participating student will receive a stipend of $250 per quarter, paid on completion of the quarter, conditional on minimum time requirements-20 hours-being met.

    TO APPLY: If you would like to recommend a student for a BTC COACH Program, contact Maryn Gunning at mgunning@btc.ctc.edu or Cherie Hollifield at chollifield@btc.ctc.edu
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Technician Vending/Fountain Equipment (Shop) (FT/Days) - Pepsico - Kent WA
    Employer:
    Pepsico - Kent WA
    Position is location based with a high degree of supervision. Position refurbishes and rebuilds vending equipment as needed. Position mixes paints, glues and coating materials to proper standards. Prepares equipment surfaces for repainting, resurfacing or application of new decals/facings. Position may also overhaul internal and external mechanical workings as needed. This position requires working on vending machines weighing 800 -- 1200 pounds. Forklifts are used to lift equipment, but may be required to push, pull and move equipment. Also requires kneeling and squatting to work on equipment. PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES: *Repair and perform preventative maintenance on marketing equipment *Unload and load vendors for daily delivery *Prepare equipment prior to delivery (e.g., set prices/products, etc.) *Collect accurate and complete equipment information * Remove old parts and replace with new parts * Maintain parts inventory in shop *After each repair, complete paperwork on job and maintain accurate maintenance records * Transport miscellaneous items (e.g., compressors for repair/scrap, cardboard for recycle, etc.) * Regular, reliable, predictable attendance **Candidate will drive over the road two days a week **A strong ability to learn new skills in a fast paced environment is a must Type of Position: Full-time Driving Requirement: CDL Class A (Commercial Drivers License A) with DOUBLES Endorsements is required Shift: Days Starting Pay: $19.26 to $24.08 per hour DOE For immediate consideration, please go to www.pepsijobs.com
    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. PepsiCo is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities/Females/Disability/Protected Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Ident
    Hours:
    Days
    Contact:
    http://www.pepsico.com/careers
    City:
    Kent
    Closes:
    7/15/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $19.26
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  • Variety of positions - The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    Employer:
    The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    There are a variety of positions open with Skagit Valley Casino Resort. Please contact Kim for the most updated openings and to schedule an appointment to apply.
    Contact:
    Kim
    Phone:
    360-724-0190
    City:
    Bow, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Various - Washington State Dept of Labor & Industry
    Employer:
    Washington State Dept of Labor & Industry
    The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) is one of the most exciting places to work in Washington state. L&I has its central office in Tumwater, 60 miles south of Seattle in the south Puget Sound region. L&I also has 20 local offices across the state. We have an active tuition-reimbursement program for continuing education. We promote wellness at L&I, including free courses in relaxation techniques and an exercise track that runs around the perimeter of the building grounds. L&I is the leading agency for ergonomics and we have comprehensive tools for keeping our employees safe against work-related injuries.

    For a complete job listing, please visit http://lni.wa.gov/Main/FindAJob/#.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Healthcare
  • Caregiver/HCA/CNA wanted in Ferndale - Take Aim Independent Living Solutions, LLC
    Employer:
    Take Aim Independent Living Solutions, LLC
    Looking to provide direct service in addition to gaining a vast education in Human Services/Social Work? (Immediate hire with possible paid training) Seeking Caregiver/HCA/CNA for a part-time position with possible full-time options to work in my home in Ferndale, WA. I am on the COPES program so you must be an Independent Provider (IP) through Northwest Regional Council. If you are not currently an IP, paid training is available for those who qualify. An agency criminal background check and Washington State driver's license is required. Pay range begins at $11.06 an hour and increases based on experience, with medical benefits included, mutual flexibility in hours, and possible paid travel time to and from my location. I live in Ferndale with my husband and two kids, 10 and 18. They are usually gone during the day for work and school. I also have two adorable dogs. I am a working professional in social services and will need assistance with transportation to appointments in my fully accessible vehicle. Individuals seeking a career or job experience in areas such as human services, social work, special education, nonprofits, case management, disability advocacy, independent living training, or small business development have a unique opportunity to provide hands on services, in addition to observing a master's level social service professional at work in the community. Additionally, the job consists of helping me live as independently as possible, always keeping in mind my right to self-determined care. I am an incomplete quadriplegic, meaning all four limbs are effected but not completely. I am in a power wheelchair. Job description includes, but is not limited to, dressing, personal care (can't be to squeamish!), meal preparation, body maintenance such as "range of motion", laundry and house work. A caregiver notebook consisting of my care plan, task sheets, daily calendar, and other pertinent information is an important tool that is used in order to provide me with continuity of care, and caregivers precise duty expectations. I am looking for a hard-working, fun-loving individual, with a good sense of humor and high moral/ethical practices. Balancing appropriate boundaries, while respecting my decision making role, in addition to creating a place within our family house hold is a must. Situations can change quickly for me, so individuals will need to be able to "roll with the punches" in last minute work changes, home-life and my medical needs. Please submit a resume, two references and contact information to so-n-so@comcast.net. I can also provide appropriate candidates with references from current and past caregivers. (They will be able to fill you in on how educational and entertaining working with me can be!)
    Hours:
    See desc
    Contact:
    so-n-so@comcast.net.
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    7/15/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $11.06 +
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  • Caregivers - Visiting Angels
    Employer:
    Visiting Angels
    Overnight and Daytime 12 hour shifts needed!

    Visiting Angels is looking for experienced caregivers to provide in-home care for a client in Bellingham.

    Available shifts:
    7 nights a week 8pm - 8am
    Saturday, Sunday, and Monday 8am - 8pm

    The right caregiver will be experienced and comfortable with transfers, bathing, and cooking, and have a valid Washington State driver's license for driving the client to doctor's appointments.

    Our staffing coordinators take a personal approach to finding the best possible match for both client and caregiver. We reward our caregivers’ compassion and reliability by offering competitive pay, quarterly bonus opportunities, 24/7 supervisor support, 401k, and access to continuing education.

    Qualified candidates will--
    • Have recent (2011) professional caregiving experience, OR
    • Have an active NAC or Home Care Aid Certification, OR
    • Complete training for one of the above certifications within 120 days of hire.

    Come fill out an application and meet with our HR Assistant anytime between 8:30 - 4:00 Monday through Friday. Feel free to give us a call at (360) 671-8388 if you have any questions. VISITING ANGELS IS LOCATED AT 4213 RURAL AVE, BELLINGHAM, WA 98226.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • CNAs/NACs - Maxim Healthcare Services
    Employer:
    Maxim Healthcare Services
    Looking for CAN/NACs for Whatcom, Skagit, Island & Snohomish Counties
    • Active license with Washington Department of Health
    • Possess and maintain CPR certification
    • Reliable transportation

    TO APPLY: Go to www.maximnurses.com
    Phone:
    360-657-5137
    Address:
    3204 Smokey Point Dr Ste 202
    City:
    Arlington, WA
    Zip:
    98223
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Medical and Medical Support positions - United General Hospital
    Employer:
    United General Hospital
    Various positions available. Please visit the website at www.unitedgeneral.org for current job openings.
    Address:
    2000 Hospital Drive
    City:
    Sedro Woolley, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Medical/Medical Support Positions. - Whidbey General Hospital
    Employer:
    Whidbey General Hospital
    To view position descriptions, go to www.whidbeygen.org
    Contact:
    360-678-7613
    City:
    Coupeville, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Nursing Assistants - Alderwood Park
    Employer:
    Alderwood Park
    Looking for team players to join our awesome team!

    * Apply at: Alderwood Park Convalescent Center and fill out application. Call 733-2322 if you have questions.
    Hours:
    All Shifts
    Phone:
    360-733-2322
    Address:
    2726 Alderwood Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Nursing Positions - NursingJobs.us
    Employer:
    NursingJobs.us
    Looking for a nursing job? NursingJobs.us is a a niche job board focused on providing a free job listings service for nursing jobs in America.

    Travel Nursing Jobs
    Discover top travel nurse positions with the best travel nursing firms and enjoy your next nursing job as you explore exciting destinations.

    Per Diem Nursing Jobs
    Connect with employers offering high paying per diem shifts & experience all the freedom and flexibility a per diem nurse job has to offer.

    Permanent Placement
    Achieve your goals for employment and land the right nursing job for you. Find preferred Nursing Jobs in top facilities across the country.

    For More Information
    Register now and let employers come to you! Apply online at www.nursingjobs.us to connect with leading health care facilities and nursing agencies that can provide your next rewarding opportunity.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Variety Health Care - Providence Health & Services - Washington & Montana
    Employer:
    Providence Health & Services - Washington & Montana
    Providence Health & Services has over 1,000 open positions; Including Registered Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists, Radiology Techs, Pharmacists and more.

    Founded on Core Values of Respect, Compassion, Justice, Excellence and Stewardship, Providence’s 150 year-old Mission means an unparalleled commitment to our patients and employees.

    Did You Know: - Providence Health & Services is the largest health provider in the state of Washington!
    - Providence ranks #1 in Washington for cardiology, stroke treatment, critical care and general surgery!
    - Providence is the 9th largest not-for-profit healthcare system in the United States!
    - Providence is the 5th largest employer in Washington!

    As a leading employer with multiple locations throughout Washington and Montana, we are also proud to offer competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits package and Relocation Assistance! Come live in some of the most desirable locations in the nation. Work for one of the most respected healthcare companies in the industry. Discover Providence at work in your life.

    JOIN THE MISSION!!!
    If this sounds like an organization that fits you, please contact us today at Jobs@providence.org or 1-866-Prov-Job. To expedite the process, please let us know your top 2 location preferences.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Industrial Technology
  • Assistant Manager - Operations - Sugiya U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    Sugiya U.S.A., INC.
    COMPANY DISCRIPTION: An established, closely-held, 29-year old high-end surimi based seafood analog manufacturing company in Anacortes, WA. Reports directly to the Director of Operations.
    QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Keeps/manages records on stock (dry, fresh, frozen); 2. Manages the records of all inventory items with accounting oversight via M/S Excel, Word and SAGE 360 software; 3. Supervises the organization of Dry Goods & Finished Goods and Raw materials warehouses; 4. Maintains warehouses in good condition complying with State/Federal regulations; 5. Keeps track of all incoming/outgoing freight and manages the Shipping Department to ensure efficiency; 6. Couriering and arranging delivery/receipt of domestic/international packages; 7. Provides support to the Materials Control Staff, when needed; 8. Assists Customer Service, as needed; and, 9. Preforms administrative duties as assigned.
    OTHER: Promotable, Paid Benefits and Training
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com, download an application form, send completed application along with a cover letter and resume to: FAX 360.293.6964 Attn: Human Resources…or Mail to Attn: Human Resources, Sugiyo U.S.A., Inc., P.O. Box 468, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    DOE
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • GiroDisc - ENTRY LEVEL MACHINIST
    Employer:
    ENTRY LEVEL MACHINIST
    We are a manufacturing company in Bellingham looking for an entry level machinist to work with our production team in the setup, operation and maintenance of our CNC machines and related equipment. Any prospective employees must have some mill and/or lathe experience, Haas or Fanuc control experience, a strong competency with precision measurement tools and a solid understanding of dimensioning/tolerancing. Responsibilities will include machine setup, tool offsets, loading and editing programs, adjusting cutter comps etc. This is not a button pusher job; flexibility, the ability to learn quickly and a close attention to detail are required. We are looking for an intelligent, driven, and amicable employee who is willing to have a strong commitment to quality, efficiency and the growth of an excellent company. We offer a competitive wage and a benefit package that is available after completion of a probationary period. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs and be on your feet all day. It’s a machine shop environment. Work hours: 40 hours a week, Monday – Thursday 10 hour shifts.
    If interested, please email us your resume and cover letter to payable@girodisc.com.
    Hours:
    10 hr days M-Th
    Contact:
    Bill Wymond
    Phone:
    3603063263
    Address:
    3550 Meridian Street Unit 6
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    7/31/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $13-15
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  • Industrial Construction Positions - Tradesmen International
    Employer:
    Tradesmen International
    As a construction labor support company, Tradesmen International is able to put people to work, and while they are working, we are working to find the next project for them. We offer benefits to employees that reach 300 hours and maintain 32 hours a week. We have field reps dealing daily with contractors from Bellingham to Chehalis for a wide variety of specialized Craftsmen.

    We have immediate openings for:
    • Electrician with their 06 License
    • HVAC Technician with their 06A License

    We are continuously recruiting for individuals in many trades:
    • Welder's with WABO cards are best
    • Plumber's 01, 02
    • Electrician's 01, 02, 06, 07
    • Carpenter's with a wide variety of experience
    • HVAC Installer's
    • Millwright's
    • Machinist's

    To apply: Email your resume and cover letter to joni.swillie@tradesmeninternational.com. Please indicate that you are applying from the BTC online job bulletin board.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Machinists & Other Positions - AMT
    Employer:
    AMT
    Looking for a career in Aerospace? Senior Aerospace AMT is looking for qualified candidates to come join our team. AMT offers health benefits, 401K, Sick Pay, Vacation, Holiday Pay, On‐Site Gym, Wellness Program, Incentive Programs and much more!

    PRODUCTION:
    • Machinist—Levels 3‐5
    • Part Mark Clerk
    • Receiving Clerk
    • Stores Clerk
    • Assembly Mechanic
    • Electrical Mechanic Technician
    • Maintenance Technician Supervisor
    • CNC Programmer
    • Program Manager 2
    • CMM Inspector
    • Assembly/Receiving Inspector
    • HR Generalist

    TO APPLY: Applicants can apply via our website www.amtnw.com.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Maintenance Manager - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    COMPANY DESCRIPTION: An established, closely-held, 29-year old high-end surimi-based seafood analog manufacturing company in Anacortes, WA. Direct reporting to Corporate Vice President; 6) Exempt, full-time, 40+ hours per week; 7) Paid Benefits.
    QUALIFICATION: BA, BS or comparable Certification 1) 5+ years’ experience in private sector manufacturing maintenance and capital project management; 2) Track record in contract administration, budget management and regulatory compliance; and 3) Prefer food industry experience.
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com download an application form, send completed application along with a cover letter and resume to: Fax 360.293.6964 Attn: Human Resources…or mail to Attn: Human Resources, Sugiyo U.S.A., Inc.. P.O. Box 468, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    full-time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Maintenance Technician I - Wyndham Vacation Ownership Sandcastle
    Employer:
    Wyndham Vacation Ownership Sandcastle
    *Description: Wyndham Vacation Ownership is the world's largest vacation ownership company with an impressive list of world-renowned destinations. We've grown and excelled by remaining true to our corporate values of integrity, accountability and exceptional customer service. It is the strong values and Count On Me! Service promise of being respectful, being responsive and delivering great experiences exhibited by our team that continues to set us apart from the rest.
    Wyndham Vacation Ownership's vision is to deliver a lifetime of memorable vacation experiences for our owners. This vision is supported by our mission statement which states:
    We embrace and live the Wyndham values by creating a supportive environment for employees to develop and prosper. We delight our customers by meeting their needs or exceeding their expectations. We are "memory makers".
    Warm, thoughtful, gracious hospitality is our culture and through our Count on Me service philosophies; our employees strengthen their customer service skills for successful execution of signature service. In your role, you will help us deliver outstanding service and hospitality to our guests to ensure they have a memorable vacation while staying with our resorts each and every time.
    Job Summary: The Maintenance Technician performs all general facility maintenance under minimum supervision in a manner which ensures the preservation of optimum quality and efficient production. Perform service requests and repairs as directed. Perform maintenance work for make-ready units as directed. Clean and inspect in building systems and report deficiencies to supervisor. Adhere to the company’s safety programs.
    *Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent Basic maintenance training 1-2 years Basic landscape training 1-2 years Basic pool maintenance (select sites)
    *How to apply: www.wvojobs.com
    Hours:
    DOE
    Address:
    7824 Birch Bay Drive
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    9/30/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Outside Construction Lineman - NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Employer:
    NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Journeymen linemen build and maintain electrical power systems. They do all the work from the point of generation (power plants) all the way to the customer's meter. The lines may be on overhead structures (up to 500’ plus) or in underground vaults and trenches in rural and metropolitan areas. Linemen also do work on traffic signals and street lights. The work is physically demanding, on all kinds of terrain and weather conditions from freezing blizzard conditions to temperatures over 100 degrees. Climbing electrical towers and poles during all seasons and weather is required to get the job done. At times power lines fail or become inoperable due to bad weather and storms, this is when the outside electrical industry performs critical duties

    QUALIFICATIONS: 18 years or older; High School graduate or GED; A grade of “C” or better for one full year in algebra.

    TO APPLY you can download an application from our website, nwlinejatc.com, or call the office at, 503-253-8202, and ask to have one mailed to you.
    Address:
    9817 NE 54th Street, Suite 101
    City:
    Vancouver WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Production Machine Technician Trainee - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Imitation Crabmeat Food Manufacturer
    $11.00/hr/days; $12.10/hr/nights -- OT, Employer-Paid Medical/Dental/AD&D and Life Insurance Benefits, Paid Vacation/Sick leave/Holidays; 401(k)
    MECHANICAL aptitude/background to adjust/repair equipment, drive systems, boilers, pumps, cooking/freezing systems, as required. RESPOND to trouble calls as required REBUILD broken equipment HELPS IN FABRICATION of parts for special projects/repairs. COMPLETE regular machine PM's TROUBLESHOOTS and repairs broken equipment ABILITY to follow diagrams, operating manuals/specifications
    BE ABLE to lift 55#, have good hearing/vision (corrections OK) MUST MEET plant grooming standards (clean shaven) WILLING TO WORK any shift (10% shift differential for nights 5pm - 5 am), OT and Saturdays, as needed
    Must possess a Washington State driver license or the ability to obtain one.
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com, download an application, email to ld@sugiyo.com, FAX to 360.293.6964, or APPLY IN PERSON AT 3200 T Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    11-12.10
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  • Production Technician Trainee - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Will operate and monitor hi-tech equipment and perform various manual tasks to prepare, process, and package surimi-based seafood products.
    Will clean and sanitize equipment.
    Must meet company grooming standards (clean shaven/no jewelry).
    Lifting up to 55# routinely.
    Stack products on pallets, use shovels and scoops to transfer material from bins to process units.
    Conduct visual on-line monitoring for product and package integrity, size and color quality.
    Access low and high machine areas for adjustment, assembly dismantling and sanitation.
    Maintain floors, bins, cutters, and utensils in a sanitary manner.
    Mandatory to MAINTAIN A HIGH LEVEL OF ATTENDANCE. Uniforms provided, includes boots.
    Ot, 10% Shift Dif, Employer-Paid Medical/Dental Benefits, Paid Vacation/Sick leave/Holidays; 401(k)
    Must possess a Washington State driver’s license or the ability to obtain one.
    Shifts 5:00 am – 5:00 pm; 5:00pm – 5:00 am Monday through Friday
    FIRST SHIFT: $9.47/hour SECOND SHIFT: $10.42/hour
    TO APPLY: Go online to www.sugiyo.com, download application, complete and fax 360.293.6964; or drop off at SUGIYO, 3200 T Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/23/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Quality Control Inspector - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    MAJOR FUNCTIONS: 1. Inspect equipment, utensils and plant areas in line with Good Mfg Practices and recognize problems and non-compliance issues - will train. 2. Check sanitizer concentrations by use of chlorine test paper & prepare boot wash and hand dip solutions. 3. Visual inspection of container integrity of raw materials received. 4. Calibrate floor scale by using a 50# standard weight. 5. Check product temperature at different stages of operation by thermometer 6. Sensory testing of partially-processed products 7. Check metal detector sensitivity 8. Recordkeeping - complete all documentation required of day's operations - will train. 9. Maintain high level of attendance and work independently. 10. For sanitation reasons, hair must be securely affixed above collar line and facial hair must be removed. 11. Will monitor, read and respond to digital readout, visual and auditory controls and warning systems. 12. Understand and follow verbal and written instructions 13. Familiarity with Good Manufacturing Practices 14. Inspection background a plus 15. Able to interpret data collected from different inspection - will train 16. Educate plant personnel in basic sanitation, hygiene
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: 1. Familiarity with food inspection A PLUS 2. Ability to learn new skills quickly and efficiently
    CERIFICATES AND LICENSE REQUIRED: 1. High School diploma or equivalent 2. May be required to possess a valid Washington State Driver's license of the ability to obtain one 3. Required to take the QMP-HACCP training program and pass the HACCP Certification exam.
    BENEFITS: 1. Paid Medical, Dental, Life Insurance & Accidental Death & Dismemberment for employee 2. Paid vacation and sick leave 3. Paid holidays 4. 401(k)
    THIS POSITION PAYS: $11.00/hr/days and $12.10/hr/nights
    Note: Day shift may rotate to night shift, as need
    TO APPLY: Go online to www.sugiyo.com, download application, complete and fax to 360.293.6964 or drop off at SUGIYO, 2300 T AVENUE, ANACORTES, WA 98221
    Hours:
    9a-8p (Days), 5p-4a(Nights)
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    11-12.10
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  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

    At SEL you will find challenging work, state-of-the-art tools and technology, and excellent benefits. In addition, you will work beside some of the brightest minds and inventors in the industry.

    If you are looking for an exciting, rewarding, and challenging career, your search ends here!

    SEL has careers in fields such as:
    * Engineering
    * Technicians
    * Manufacturing
    * Quality

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Various - Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

    Becoming a DNR employee is an investment in your future and in the future of the State of Washington as many of our positions generate revenue that supports K-12 public schools, higher education, and many county services.

    Join our team and be the future of public service at DNR in an environment that is supportive, safe, and inclusive to everyone.

    DNR has positions in a field range of fields, including
    Agriculture,
    Automotive,
    Communications,
    Customer Service,
    Engineering,
    Environment Services,
    Fire & EMS,
    Forestry,
    IT & Computers,
    Project Management and
    Trades.

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

    At SEL you will find challenging work, state-of-the-art tools and technology, and excellent benefits. In addition, you will work beside some of the brightest minds and inventors in the industry.

    If you are looking for an exciting, rewarding, and challenging career, your search ends here!

    SEL has careers in fields such as:
    * Accounting
    * Clerical
    * Information Technology
    * Management

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Various - Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

    Becoming a DNR employee is an investment in your future and in the future of the State of Washington as many of our positions generate revenue that supports K-12 public schools, higher education, and many county services.

    Join our team and be the future of public service at DNR in an environment that is supportive, safe, and inclusive to everyone.

    DNR has positions in a field range of fields, including
    Agriculture,
    Automotive,
    Communications,
    Customer Service,
    Engineering,
    Environment Services,
    Fire & EMS,
    Forestry,
    IT & Computers,
    Project Management and
    Trades.

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Volunteer opportunities in a variety of areas - Whatcom Volunteer Center
    Employer:
    Whatcom Volunteer Center
    Check out the website for a full list of detailed positions at www.whatcomvolunteer.org. The Volunteer Center works to enhance services in our community through the skilled application of volunteer power. Your interests and skills can be put to work to make this a better community. You may choose to do work you do professionally, try a new type of work, or learn new skills through volunteering.

    the Volunteer Center works closely with more than 225 agencies to ensure volunteer opportunities address community needs. Whether you are interested in helping children, cultural issues, the environment, eliminating poverty and homelessness, improving adult literacy, or a myriad of other causes affecting our community's quality of life, there are ways to help and make a difference through volunteering.

    In accordance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (AD), the Whatcom Volunteer Center will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs or activities.
    Contact:
    info@whatcomvolunteer.org
    Phone:
    360-734-3055
    Address:
    301 W Holly St, M-06
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • - TJMaxx
    Employer:
    TJMaxx
    Apply by completing employment application at store. 4289 Guide Meridian---in the Costco center
    Hours:
    20-30
    Address:
    4289 Guide Meridian
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $9.50-DOE
  • Academic Tutor - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Provide individual and small group tutoring to students in the Tutoring Center at Bellingham Technical College (H-9). Assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills. Other assistance might include: reviewing in-class material, notes, and text; working on solutions to homework problems; preparing for upcoming tests. During non-tutoring times, students may be asked to help perform other clerical type duties in the Tutoring Center.

    Tutoring occurs on an as-needed basis and usually covers one of the following subjects: Mathematics (Occupational Math through Pre-Calculus II), Biology (including Anatomy & Physiology and Microbiology), Intro to Computers, Physics, Chemistry, Psychology, and English/Communication. Additional subjects may be needed upon student request.

    Qualifications: An A or B grade in each of the subjects in which you wish to tutor, plus instructor recommendation if available.
    • Good interpersonal communication skills and ease in relating to people from varying educational, cultural, and social backgrounds.
    • Responsible, dependable, and mature.
    • Previous tutoring or teaching experience beneficial, but not required.

    Hours and Compensation This is a part-time, hourly, non-represented position with hours that can range between 3 and 20 hours per week. Most tutors work between 5 and 15 hours per week when academic classes are in session, but there is no guarantee of a minimum amount of hours.

    Current pay rate is $11.10 per hour for both individual and group tutoring.

    To apply: Fill out an application in the Tutoring Center, Building H, Room 9 at BTC. For questions, call 360-752-8499 or email tutoring@btc.ctc.edu. Employer: Bellingham Technical College
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Assistant Manager - Operations - Sugiya U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    Sugiya U.S.A., INC.
    COMPANY DISCRIPTION: An established, closely-held, 29-year old high-end surimi based seafood analog manufacturing company in Anacortes, WA. Reports directly to the Director of Operations.
    QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Keeps/manages records on stock (dry, fresh, frozen); 2. Manages the records of all inventory items with accounting oversight via M/S Excel, Word and SAGE 360 software; 3. Supervises the organization of Dry Goods & Finished Goods and Raw materials warehouses; 4. Maintains warehouses in good condition complying with State/Federal regulations; 5. Keeps track of all incoming/outgoing freight and manages the Shipping Department to ensure efficiency; 6. Couriering and arranging delivery/receipt of domestic/international packages; 7. Provides support to the Materials Control Staff, when needed; 8. Assists Customer Service, as needed; and, 9. Preforms administrative duties as assigned.
    OTHER: Promotable, Paid Benefits and Training
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com, download an application form, send completed application along with a cover letter and resume to: FAX 360.293.6964 Attn: Human Resources…or Mail to Attn: Human Resources, Sugiyo U.S.A., Inc., P.O. Box 468, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    DOE
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Buyer/Receiver - Itek Energy
    Employer:
    Itek Energy
    *Responsible for purchasing and price negotiation of re-occurring support materials and supplies in response to reasonable inventory levels. *Tasked with processing company-wide purchase requisitions in line with established procedures and restrictions. *Works to ensure items are purchased in a timely fashion to meet the needs of the organization. *Coordinate appropriate minimum/maximum inventory levels of supplies with inventory coordinator to maximize storage capabilities. *Make parts runs as necessary to accommodate facility maintenance. *Assist in off-loading trucks of incoming shipments when available. * Assist in verification of incoming shipment’s quality/count accuracy and document discrepancies. *Internally deliver incoming items to the proper location. *Organize and clean the warehouse and receiving areas. *Work with other departments to initiate and implement process improvements. *Other duties as assigned by management. Skills/Knowledge: *Working knowledge of raw materials, production processes and purchasing practices. *Computer skills including but not limited to MS Office, Outlook and QuickBooks. *Have or obtain a forklift safety certification. *Current valid state issued driver’s license. *Ability to read and write in the English language. Education/Training and Experience *Minimum one or more years of experience in manufacturing production environment *Prefer experience in purchasing *High school diploma or equivalent Physical Elements *Noise Exposure: Elevated levels: 15% of time *Repetitive Motions: 90% of time *Standing: 25% of time *Sitting: 50% of time *Walking: 25% of time *Lifting: Up to 50 pounds 5%, > 25 pounds 10% of time, < 25="" pounds="" 15%="" of="" time="" *outdoor="" exposure:="">10% of time *Positive attitude and willingness to work in a professional team environment. *High level of attention to detail to ensure that quality standards are being met. Benefits for full time staff after introductory period. Please submit resume to: opportunities@itekenergy.com
    Hours:
    8:00 - 4:30
    Contact:
    Michelle Simmons
    Phone:
    3606479531
    Address:
    3886 Hammer Drive
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/21/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $14
  • Call Center Representatives - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Position Description:
    BTC Call Center Representatives will partner with the Admissions Office in efforts to increase recruitment and retention by method of outbound phone calls to students. This position requires excellent communication skills and ability to refer others to BTC student services when needed.

    Salary: This hourly position varies Monday through Friday from 1-6pm approximately 10 to 15 hours a week. Compensation is $10.84 per hour.

    Minimum Qualifications: * Adhere to a confidentiality agreement
    *Positive attitude
    * Demonstrate interpersonal communication skills
    * Must be 18 years of age or older

    Preferred Qualifications:
    * Experience making outbound phone calls
    * Demonstrated ability to work independently
    * Previous customer service experience

    Essential Functions and Typical Duties:
    * Attend training sessions upon hire
    * Make outbound calls to students
    * Track data using Microsoft Access software and CRM system
    * Communicate with diverse populations
    * Follow scripts when necessary
    * Responsible for follow through and communication with supervisor and other call center staff
    * Stay on task to meet call goals and timelines
    * Team Lead position will coordinate other staff’s schedules and ensure performance goals are being met

    Application Procedures and Deadlines
    Send your resume and a brief letter of intent to careerctr@btc.edu.
    Applications are now being accepted. Positions open until filled. For more information, call Karen Bade (360) 752-8450.
    Hours:
    Varies
    Contact:
    Karen Bade
    Phone:
    3607528450
    Address:
    3028 Lindbergh Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    7/25/2015
    Pay Rate:
    10.84
  • Caregiver/HCA/CNA wanted in Ferndale - Take Aim Independent Living Solutions, LLC
    Employer:
    Take Aim Independent Living Solutions, LLC
    Looking to provide direct service in addition to gaining a vast education in Human Services/Social Work? (Immediate hire with possible paid training) Seeking Caregiver/HCA/CNA for a part-time position with possible full-time options to work in my home in Ferndale, WA. I am on the COPES program so you must be an Independent Provider (IP) through Northwest Regional Council. If you are not currently an IP, paid training is available for those who qualify. An agency criminal background check and Washington State driver's license is required. Pay range begins at $11.06 an hour and increases based on experience, with medical benefits included, mutual flexibility in hours, and possible paid travel time to and from my location. I live in Ferndale with my husband and two kids, 10 and 18. They are usually gone during the day for work and school. I also have two adorable dogs. I am a working professional in social services and will need assistance with transportation to appointments in my fully accessible vehicle. Individuals seeking a career or job experience in areas such as human services, social work, special education, nonprofits, case management, disability advocacy, independent living training, or small business development have a unique opportunity to provide hands on services, in addition to observing a master's level social service professional at work in the community. Additionally, the job consists of helping me live as independently as possible, always keeping in mind my right to self-determined care. I am an incomplete quadriplegic, meaning all four limbs are effected but not completely. I am in a power wheelchair. Job description includes, but is not limited to, dressing, personal care (can't be to squeamish!), meal preparation, body maintenance such as "range of motion", laundry and house work. A caregiver notebook consisting of my care plan, task sheets, daily calendar, and other pertinent information is an important tool that is used in order to provide me with continuity of care, and caregivers precise duty expectations. I am looking for a hard-working, fun-loving individual, with a good sense of humor and high moral/ethical practices. Balancing appropriate boundaries, while respecting my decision making role, in addition to creating a place within our family house hold is a must. Situations can change quickly for me, so individuals will need to be able to "roll with the punches" in last minute work changes, home-life and my medical needs. Please submit a resume, two references and contact information to so-n-so@comcast.net. I can also provide appropriate candidates with references from current and past caregivers. (They will be able to fill you in on how educational and entertaining working with me can be!)
    Hours:
    See desc
    Contact:
    so-n-so@comcast.net.
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    7/15/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $11.06 +
  • Caregivers - Visiting Angels
    Employer:
    Visiting Angels
    Overnight and Daytime 12 hour shifts needed!

    Visiting Angels is looking for experienced caregivers to provide in-home care for a client in Bellingham.

    Available shifts:
    7 nights a week 8pm - 8am
    Saturday, Sunday, and Monday 8am - 8pm

    The right caregiver will be experienced and comfortable with transfers, bathing, and cooking, and have a valid Washington State driver's license for driving the client to doctor's appointments.

    Our staffing coordinators take a personal approach to finding the best possible match for both client and caregiver. We reward our caregivers’ compassion and reliability by offering competitive pay, quarterly bonus opportunities, 24/7 supervisor support, 401k, and access to continuing education.

    Qualified candidates will--
    • Have recent (2011) professional caregiving experience, OR
    • Have an active NAC or Home Care Aid Certification, OR
    • Complete training for one of the above certifications within 120 days of hire.

    Come fill out an application and meet with our HR Assistant anytime between 8:30 - 4:00 Monday through Friday. Feel free to give us a call at (360) 671-8388 if you have any questions. VISITING ANGELS IS LOCATED AT 4213 RURAL AVE, BELLINGHAM, WA 98226.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Chef for Summer - Chuckanut Manor
    Employer:
    Chuckanut Manor
    Chef for summer is needed right away.
    Hours:
    Varies
    Contact:
    Pat Woolcock
    Phone:
    3607666191
    Address:
    3056 Chuckanut Dr.
    City:
    Bow
    Zip:
    98232
    Closes:
    7/10/2015
  • CNAs/NACs - Maxim Healthcare Services
    Employer:
    Maxim Healthcare Services
    Looking for CAN/NACs for Whatcom, Skagit, Island & Snohomish Counties
    • Active license with Washington Department of Health
    • Possess and maintain CPR certification
    • Reliable transportation

    TO APPLY: Go to www.maximnurses.com
    Phone:
    360-657-5137
    Address:
    3204 Smokey Point Dr Ste 202
    City:
    Arlington, WA
    Zip:
    98223
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Coordinators - The Woodring College of Education
    Employer:
    The Woodring College of Education
    TERMS OF SERVICE: Position start date is August 17, 2015 Mandatory training dates: August 18th-21st Position end date: June 30th, 2016 – with opportunity to continue for 2nd year of service. Full-time position - M – F with some evening and weekend hours (1,700 hours required over the 10.5 month term of service) JOB DESCRIPTION: The Woodring College of Education-Bellingham Schools Collective Impact Partnership seeks outstanding AmeriCorps members to inspire youth to become their best selves, supporting their success in school and helping them explore and envision their future opportunities. Coordinators will support youth and families through college access coaching programs at the elementary, middle and high school levels. The College Access Coordinators will work on-site at Alderwood Elementary, Cordata Elementary, Shuksan Middle, and Squalicum High Schools and at Western Washington University with the Woodring College of Education Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) program. We are looking for strong candidates who love working with youth and will advance the reciprocal relationship between WWU/WCE and the Bellingham Schools!
    Coordinators will serve as the primary contact for staff and teachers at partner schools, and will be responsible for helping them develop and implement college access and family engagement programs. The primary functions of this position will be to work within school settings to support social-emotional and academic development of 4-12th grade students by: (1) working with site teams to identify students to be served; (2) developing or supporting existing programs; (3) tracking student progress; and (3) training, supervising and supporting college students from the WWU campus to act as college access coaches for economically disadvantaged K-12 youth. The College Access Corps Coordinators will also recruit volunteers, including youth volunteers for quarterly National Days of Service.
    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND RELATED TASKS: -Work to develop, expand and enhance in-school academic support, after-school academic support, and afterschool social/emotional support programs -Build programmatic infrastructure around college access programming best practices -Conduct university-wide college access coach recruitment campaigns among diverse student groups -Work with school teachers and administrators to engage with students and families -Foster school and community partnerships, build relationships with teachers, staff and administrators -Attend WWU quarterly events to support LinCS WWU partners, CEED, Compass2Campus, Migrant Youth Leadership Conference, etc. -Attend weekly WCE team meetings and planning meetings with community partnership team -Represent programming as part of the WCE-Bellingham Schools Collective Impact Partnership -Work with school and community site supervisors and WCE LinCS (Learning in Community and Schools) to train, orientate, supervise and provide on-going support on-site and in college classes to college students as college access coaches -Provide support to 4-12 grade students in a variety of activities that promote college access -Recruit volunteers for National Days of Service (Make a Difference Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, Earth Day and/or Youth Service Day) and other community service events, plan other events -Conduct college access workshops, plans, academic skills development, college access events, college fairs, campus etc., for students and families, plan and implement college visits. -Administer program assessment, use data tracking systems -Promote program impacts to internal and external stakeholders, provide program reporting -Participate in personal and professional development activities, including self-reflection -Participate in College Access Corps trainings, including orientation, mid-year training, graduation, regional cohort meetings and others as available
    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: -AA or BA/BS Degree, or equivalent experience in youth programming or family engagement strategies -Group facilitation skills -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong organization, problem-solving, written and oral communication skills -Basic office computer skills, including word processing, database experience, Excel -Ethical use of social media -Strong initiative, self-starter, work well independently, flexibility, ability to think on your feet! -Ability to creatively problem solve -Enthusiasm for helping others succeed
    PREFFERED QUALIFICATIONS: -Experience doing educational outreach with families -Bilingual, English with Spanish, Vietnamese or Punjabi -Program management (marketing, event planning, training, volunteer recruitment management) experience.
    BENEFITS: -Living stipend of $12,530 (distributed over 10.5 months, approximately $1,152 monthly) -Loan Forbearance and Interest Accrual Reimbursement on qualifying loans -Basic Health Care Plan -Education Award of $5,730 upon successful completion of the program -Childcare assistance for qualifying members -Access to WWU resources including library, bus pass (paid by AC member) and Wade King Recreation Center (paid by AC member)
    PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The College Access Corps program, an AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. The College Access Corps only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Lisa Moulds
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
    Pay Rate:
    stipend
  • Customer Service and Sales Representatives - T-Mobile
    Employer:
    T-Mobile
    Our friendly and knowledgeable Customer Service and Sales Reps let their interpersonal skills shine as they resolve a variety of customer inquires such as technical and billing questions for T-Mobile customers across the U.S. In this role you'll be empowered to solve problems independently and make decisions that you consider to be in the customer's best interest. You'll also be able to keep up to date with our ever-evolving technology and translate this information into terms your customers can understand. While you'll have all the training you need to work independently, you'll also enjoy the support of an encouraging team and knowledgeable leaders so at the end of the day, you can feel good about the job that you've done. As a Customer Service and Sales representative you will proactively offer products and services to our customers. Plus, you'll also enjoy the incentives and recognition T-Mobile has in place to reward the efforts of your performance and the opportunities for advancement make it perfect for people looking to establish a long-term career with T-Mobile.

    QUALIFICATIONS - Minimum Required
    • Six months to one year customer service experience
    • Call center and wireless experience a plus
    • Demonstrated competency in Windows
    • Keyboarding proficiency and use of automated systems
    • Stellar verbal and written communication skills
    • Strong problem solving skills
    • Ability to thrive in a lively working environment and multi-task
    • The flexibility to work weekends and other varied shifts as assigned.


    EDUCATION - Minimum Required
    • High School Diploma/GED.

    TO APPLY: For specific information on upcoming classes, or the application process, please contact the Bellingham Recruiter at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com or 360-527-3882. Thank you!! If you have interviewed and/or tested in the last 6 months, please email Holly at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com to verify eligibility.
    City:
    Bellingham, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Engineering Specialist - Port of Bellingham
    Employer:
    Port of Bellingham
    This position is the resident expert on CAD, GIS, and project records management. Work independently on designing and drafting documents that have significant impact on the outcome of capital projects. Regularly exercise independent judgment and discretion to perform specialized engineering tasks, including CAD, GIS, mapping and design work, permitting, construction plans and specifications, and project management. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Design and draft construction drawings using CAD and prepare related specifications for projects in all disciplines with emphasis in civil, structural, marine engineering, and landscaping. Prepare project permitting, including correspondence, maps, plans, permit applications, and interaction with consultants and agency personnel. Maintain engineering archive drawing files and records both electronically and flat files, and engineering standard specifications, reports, studies, and all engineering documents. Integrate existing facilities maps, permit maps, lease maps, legal descriptions, and special project designs into CAD and/or GIS. Create computer-generated mapping/graphics/reports/presentations/illustrations in support of department and other divisions. Perform day to day engineering duties independently, i.e. basic computations, legal descriptions, sketches, reproduction of engineering material Perform various engineering field duties, i.e. surveying, project inspection, monitor progress of construction to ensure adherence to plans and specifications, and prepare as-built drawings for site and tenant spaces. Obtain and furnish information for other persons within the department, and contacts with other Port departments or outside of the Port Maintain pre-qualified listing of engineering and other specialty consultants. Scope, negotiate, and coordinate surveying professional service agreements. Coordinate engineering data and drawings with other agencies; city, county, utility companies, etc. Coordinate Port of Bellingham Architectural Review Committee. Develop and prepare annual schedule for Capital Improvement Projects. Backup duties of Engineering Department. Perform other related duties as assigned. o Qualifications o Must regularly exercise independent judgment and discretion in the exercise of the position’s duties and responsibilities. Must possess a valid WA State Driver’s License. Candidate must have a two-year associate degree in a related technology, e.g., engineering, environmental and at least 5 years experience in related fields of work. Due to the self-supporting nature of this position, good oral and written communication skills and computer skills are required. Candidate must be willing and able to learn software such as AutoCad, ARC GIS and MS project. Highly prefer candidates who want to grow into project management or professional engineering roles in the future and take on additional duties as necessary. How to apply: www.portofbellingham.com/jobs
    Hours:
    M-F 7-4pm
    Contact:
    Lindsay Burmeister, PHR
    Phone:
    3607157386
    Address:
    1801 Roeder Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    7/13/2015
    Pay Rate:
    49,000 +
  • General Labor Vending & Fountain Equipment - Kent, WA - Pepsico
    Employer:
    Pepsico
    Cleans and prepares vending equipment for refurbishment and rebuilding as needed. Position prepares equipment surfaces for repainting, resurfacing or application of new decals/facings. Requires work on vending machines that weigh approximately 800 -- 1200 pounds. Lifts are used, but may be required to push, pull and move equipment as well as kneel and/or squat to work on equipment. Forklift experience helpful as well as general knowledge of hand and power tools. PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES: * Perform various physical duties as assigned, including but not limited to sorting, stacking, cleaning, minor repair, and/or maintenance tasks* Collect accurate and complete equipment information * Remove old parts * Complete paperwork on job and maintain accurate maintenance records * Maintain all safety standards * Regular, reliable, predictable attendance BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: * 18 years or older; 21 years or older if CDL Required* Pass the drug test * Pass DOT physical and DOT Road Test (if applicable)* Pass the background checks* Valid CDL license (if required)* Follow DOT Regulations
    For immediate consideration, please go to www.pepsijobs.com
    Hours:
    Days
    City:
    Kent
    Closes:
    7/31/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $15.42 +
  • General Sewers - Experience preferred but not required - Myraddog.com
    Employer:
    Myraddog.com
    General Sewing experience preferred but not required. Work hours are very flexible to accommodate student schedules. Good work ethic and attention to detail is very important. Work location in the Geneva Neighborhood on bus route 512. Must be self motivated and work well unsupervised. 8-10 hours per week. Starting pay is $10 hr but will increase with more experience. Please email resume to brian@myraddog.com and indicate whether or not you have sewing experience.
    Hours:
    Flexible
    Contact:
    Brian
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    7/13/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $10 +
  • GiroDisc - ENTRY LEVEL MACHINIST
    Employer:
    ENTRY LEVEL MACHINIST
    We are a manufacturing company in Bellingham looking for an entry level machinist to work with our production team in the setup, operation and maintenance of our CNC machines and related equipment. Any prospective employees must have some mill and/or lathe experience, Haas or Fanuc control experience, a strong competency with precision measurement tools and a solid understanding of dimensioning/tolerancing. Responsibilities will include machine setup, tool offsets, loading and editing programs, adjusting cutter comps etc. This is not a button pusher job; flexibility, the ability to learn quickly and a close attention to detail are required. We are looking for an intelligent, driven, and amicable employee who is willing to have a strong commitment to quality, efficiency and the growth of an excellent company. We offer a competitive wage and a benefit package that is available after completion of a probationary period. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs and be on your feet all day. It’s a machine shop environment. Work hours: 40 hours a week, Monday – Thursday 10 hour shifts.
    If interested, please email us your resume and cover letter to payable@girodisc.com.
    Hours:
    10 hr days M-Th
    Contact:
    Bill Wymond
    Phone:
    3603063263
    Address:
    3550 Meridian Street Unit 6
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    7/31/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $13-15
  • Human Resource Manager - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    COMPANY DESCRIPTION: An established, closely-held, 29-year old high-end surimi-based seafood analog manufacturing company in Anacortes, WA. Company expansion necessitates new position.
    QUALIFICATIONS: BA, BS or comparable Certification 1. Prefer 5 years private sector experience 2. Track record in recruitment, regulatory compliance, win ratio on claims/suits and union avoidance. 3. Administratively self-sufficient. 4. Professional corporate image - promotable - excellent oral/written skills 5. Strong understanding of M/S Office Software Applications
    OTHER: Paid benefits
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com download an application form, send completed application along with a covert letter and resume to: Fax 360.293.6964 Attn: Human Resources…or Mail to Attn: Human Resources, Sugiyo U.S.A., Inc., P.O. Box 468, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    DOE
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/23/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Industrial Construction Positions - Tradesmen International
    Employer:
    Tradesmen International
    As a construction labor support company, Tradesmen International is able to put people to work, and while they are working, we are working to find the next project for them. We offer benefits to employees that reach 300 hours and maintain 32 hours a week. We have field reps dealing daily with contractors from Bellingham to Chehalis for a wide variety of specialized Craftsmen.

    We have immediate openings for:
    • Electrician with their 06 License
    • HVAC Technician with their 06A License

    We are continuously recruiting for individuals in many trades:
    • Welder's with WABO cards are best
    • Plumber's 01, 02
    • Electrician's 01, 02, 06, 07
    • Carpenter's with a wide variety of experience
    • HVAC Installer's
    • Millwright's
    • Machinist's

    To apply: Email your resume and cover letter to joni.swillie@tradesmeninternational.com. Please indicate that you are applying from the BTC online job bulletin board.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Machinists & Other Positions - AMT
    Employer:
    AMT
    Looking for a career in Aerospace? Senior Aerospace AMT is looking for qualified candidates to come join our team. AMT offers health benefits, 401K, Sick Pay, Vacation, Holiday Pay, On‐Site Gym, Wellness Program, Incentive Programs and much more!

    PRODUCTION:
    • Machinist—Levels 3‐5
    • Part Mark Clerk
    • Receiving Clerk
    • Stores Clerk
    • Assembly Mechanic
    • Electrical Mechanic Technician
    • Maintenance Technician Supervisor
    • CNC Programmer
    • Program Manager 2
    • CMM Inspector
    • Assembly/Receiving Inspector
    • HR Generalist

    TO APPLY: Applicants can apply via our website www.amtnw.com.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Maintenance Manager - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    COMPANY DESCRIPTION: An established, closely-held, 29-year old high-end surimi-based seafood analog manufacturing company in Anacortes, WA. Direct reporting to Corporate Vice President; 6) Exempt, full-time, 40+ hours per week; 7) Paid Benefits.
    QUALIFICATION: BA, BS or comparable Certification 1) 5+ years’ experience in private sector manufacturing maintenance and capital project management; 2) Track record in contract administration, budget management and regulatory compliance; and 3) Prefer food industry experience.
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com download an application form, send completed application along with a cover letter and resume to: Fax 360.293.6964 Attn: Human Resources…or mail to Attn: Human Resources, Sugiyo U.S.A., Inc.. P.O. Box 468, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    full-time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Maintenance Technician I - Wyndham Vacation Ownership Sandcastle
    Employer:
    Wyndham Vacation Ownership Sandcastle
    *Description: Wyndham Vacation Ownership is the world's largest vacation ownership company with an impressive list of world-renowned destinations. We've grown and excelled by remaining true to our corporate values of integrity, accountability and exceptional customer service. It is the strong values and Count On Me! Service promise of being respectful, being responsive and delivering great experiences exhibited by our team that continues to set us apart from the rest.
    Wyndham Vacation Ownership's vision is to deliver a lifetime of memorable vacation experiences for our owners. This vision is supported by our mission statement which states:
    We embrace and live the Wyndham values by creating a supportive environment for employees to develop and prosper. We delight our customers by meeting their needs or exceeding their expectations. We are "memory makers".
    Warm, thoughtful, gracious hospitality is our culture and through our Count on Me service philosophies; our employees strengthen their customer service skills for successful execution of signature service. In your role, you will help us deliver outstanding service and hospitality to our guests to ensure they have a memorable vacation while staying with our resorts each and every time.
    Job Summary: The Maintenance Technician performs all general facility maintenance under minimum supervision in a manner which ensures the preservation of optimum quality and efficient production. Perform service requests and repairs as directed. Perform maintenance work for make-ready units as directed. Clean and inspect in building systems and report deficiencies to supervisor. Adhere to the company’s safety programs.
    *Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent Basic maintenance training 1-2 years Basic landscape training 1-2 years Basic pool maintenance (select sites)
    *How to apply: www.wvojobs.com
    Hours:
    DOE
    Address:
    7824 Birch Bay Drive
    City:
    Blaine
    Zip:
    98230
    Closes:
    9/30/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Medical and Medical Support positions - United General Hospital
    Employer:
    United General Hospital
    Various positions available. Please visit the website at www.unitedgeneral.org for current job openings.
    Address:
    2000 Hospital Drive
    City:
    Sedro Woolley, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Medical/Medical Support Positions. - Whidbey General Hospital
    Employer:
    Whidbey General Hospital
    To view position descriptions, go to www.whidbeygen.org
    Contact:
    360-678-7613
    City:
    Coupeville, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Nursing Assistants - Alderwood Park
    Employer:
    Alderwood Park
    Looking for team players to join our awesome team!

    * Apply at: Alderwood Park Convalescent Center and fill out application. Call 733-2322 if you have questions.
    Hours:
    All Shifts
    Phone:
    360-733-2322
    Address:
    2726 Alderwood Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Nursing Positions - NursingJobs.us
    Employer:
    NursingJobs.us
    Looking for a nursing job? NursingJobs.us is a a niche job board focused on providing a free job listings service for nursing jobs in America.

    Travel Nursing Jobs
    Discover top travel nurse positions with the best travel nursing firms and enjoy your next nursing job as you explore exciting destinations.

    Per Diem Nursing Jobs
    Connect with employers offering high paying per diem shifts & experience all the freedom and flexibility a per diem nurse job has to offer.

    Permanent Placement
    Achieve your goals for employment and land the right nursing job for you. Find preferred Nursing Jobs in top facilities across the country.

    For More Information
    Register now and let employers come to you! Apply online at www.nursingjobs.us to connect with leading health care facilities and nursing agencies that can provide your next rewarding opportunity.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Outside Construction Lineman - NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Employer:
    NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Journeymen linemen build and maintain electrical power systems. They do all the work from the point of generation (power plants) all the way to the customer's meter. The lines may be on overhead structures (up to 500’ plus) or in underground vaults and trenches in rural and metropolitan areas. Linemen also do work on traffic signals and street lights. The work is physically demanding, on all kinds of terrain and weather conditions from freezing blizzard conditions to temperatures over 100 degrees. Climbing electrical towers and poles during all seasons and weather is required to get the job done. At times power lines fail or become inoperable due to bad weather and storms, this is when the outside electrical industry performs critical duties

    QUALIFICATIONS: 18 years or older; High School graduate or GED; A grade of “C” or better for one full year in algebra.

    TO APPLY you can download an application from our website, nwlinejatc.com, or call the office at, 503-253-8202, and ask to have one mailed to you.
    Address:
    9817 NE 54th Street, Suite 101
    City:
    Vancouver WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Part-time Computer, Math and English Tutors - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Provide individual and small group tutoring to students in the Tutoring Center at Bellingham Technical College (H-9). Assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills. Other assistance might include: reviewing in-class material, notes, and text; working on solutions to homework problems; preparing for upcoming tests. During non-tutoring times, students may be asked to help perform other clerical type duties in the Tutoring Center.

    Tutoring occurs on an as-needed basis and usually covers one of the following subjects: Mathematics (Occupational Math through Pre-Calculus II), Biology (including Anatomy & Physiology and Microbiology), Intro to Computers, Physics, Chemistry, Psychology, and English/Communication. Additional subjects may be needed upon student request.

    Qualifications: An A or B grade in each of the subjects in which you wish to tutor, plus instructor recommendation if available.
    • Good interpersonal communication skills and ease in relating to people from varying educational, cultural, and social backgrounds.
    • Responsible, dependable, and mature.
    • Previous tutoring or teaching experience beneficial, but not required.

    Hours and Compensation This is a part-time, hourly, non-represented position with hours that can range between 3 and 20 hours per week. Most tutors work between 5 and 15 hours per week when academic classes are in session, but there is no guarantee of a minimum amount of hours.

    Current pay rate is $11.10 per hour for both individual and group tutoring.

    To apply: Fill out an application in the Tutoring Center, Building H, Room 9 at BTC. For questions, call 360-752-8499. Employer: Bellingham Technical College
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Power Line Clearance Tree Trimmer - NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Employer:
    NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Power Line clearance tree trimming is maintenance of power line rights of ways intended to prevent interruption of utility electrical service to their customers. A line clearance tree trimmer engages in a variety of tree maintenance operations which include tree pruning, tree removal, and brush cleaning. Much of this work is done in the vicinity of high voltage, energized power lines. Individual working in this trade must remain alert, and aware of the extreme hazards associated with such work, at all times.

    QUALIFICATIONS: 18 years or older.

    TO APPLY you can download an application from our website, nwlinejatc.com, or call the office at, 503-253-8202, and ask to have one mailed to you.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Production Machine Technician Trainee - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Imitation Crabmeat Food Manufacturer
    $11.00/hr/days; $12.10/hr/nights -- OT, Employer-Paid Medical/Dental/AD&D and Life Insurance Benefits, Paid Vacation/Sick leave/Holidays; 401(k)
    MECHANICAL aptitude/background to adjust/repair equipment, drive systems, boilers, pumps, cooking/freezing systems, as required. RESPOND to trouble calls as required REBUILD broken equipment HELPS IN FABRICATION of parts for special projects/repairs. COMPLETE regular machine PM's TROUBLESHOOTS and repairs broken equipment ABILITY to follow diagrams, operating manuals/specifications
    BE ABLE to lift 55#, have good hearing/vision (corrections OK) MUST MEET plant grooming standards (clean shaven) WILLING TO WORK any shift (10% shift differential for nights 5pm - 5 am), OT and Saturdays, as needed
    Must possess a Washington State driver license or the ability to obtain one.
    TO APPLY: Go to www.sugiyo.com, download an application, email to ld@sugiyo.com, FAX to 360.293.6964, or APPLY IN PERSON AT 3200 T Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    11-12.10
  • Production Supervisor - SUGIYO U.S.A., Inc.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., Inc.
    Knowledgeable in the operation and monitoring of High-tech equipment and in the preparation/processing/packaging of surimi-based seafood products. Plans/organizes/coordinates/manages personnel and activities to ensure effective/efficient processing. Knowledgeable of the cleaning/sanitizing of processing equipment. Must meet Company grooming standards and be willing to work any shift and long hours. THIS POSITION IS $15-$25/HR DOE $$
    1. Responsible for the supervision of associates and ensure compliance with all safety/quality/production/housekeeping standards. 2. Overall management of Division and coordination with other Divisions. 3. Carry out associate discipline/corrective actions/performance evaluations/recommendations for promotion/counsel and motivation. 4. Provide support/direction/guidance/recognition to subordinate personnel to assist in developing their job skills and accomplishments. 5. Responsible for all processes/equipment and meeting production quality/quantity standards. 6. Ensures efficient/economical utilization of materials, improves methods and eliminates wasteful practices within the Division. 7. Keeps records of departmental activities, as required. 8. Accepts/identifies w/problems/responsibilities of management. 9. Provide training/coaching for Division and new associates on job functions and safe work procedures. 10. Pursues knowledge/development/ 11. Observes the established Company code of ethics.
    BENEFITS: PAID Vacation, Sick leave, Holidays, Medical/Dental and Life Insurance & Accidental Death & Disability, and 401(k)
    THIS POSTION IS $15-$25/Hour DOR $$
    TO APPLY: FO TO WEBSITE www.sugiyo.com DOWNLOAD APPLICATION, COMPLETE, SEND VIS FAX 360.293.6964, EMAIL id@sugiyo.com, MAIL 3200 T AVENUE, ANACORTES, WA 98221
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/23/2015
  • Production Technician Trainee - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Will operate and monitor hi-tech equipment and perform various manual tasks to prepare, process, and package surimi-based seafood products.
    Will clean and sanitize equipment.
    Must meet company grooming standards (clean shaven/no jewelry).
    Lifting up to 55# routinely.
    Stack products on pallets, use shovels and scoops to transfer material from bins to process units.
    Conduct visual on-line monitoring for product and package integrity, size and color quality.
    Access low and high machine areas for adjustment, assembly dismantling and sanitation.
    Maintain floors, bins, cutters, and utensils in a sanitary manner.
    Mandatory to MAINTAIN A HIGH LEVEL OF ATTENDANCE. Uniforms provided, includes boots.
    Ot, 10% Shift Dif, Employer-Paid Medical/Dental Benefits, Paid Vacation/Sick leave/Holidays; 401(k)
    Must possess a Washington State driver’s license or the ability to obtain one.
    Shifts 5:00 am – 5:00 pm; 5:00pm – 5:00 am Monday through Friday
    FIRST SHIFT: $9.47/hour SECOND SHIFT: $10.42/hour
    TO APPLY: Go online to www.sugiyo.com, download application, complete and fax 360.293.6964; or drop off at SUGIYO, 3200 T Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/23/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Quality Control Inspector - SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    Employer:
    SUGIYO U.S.A., INC.
    MAJOR FUNCTIONS: 1. Inspect equipment, utensils and plant areas in line with Good Mfg Practices and recognize problems and non-compliance issues - will train. 2. Check sanitizer concentrations by use of chlorine test paper & prepare boot wash and hand dip solutions. 3. Visual inspection of container integrity of raw materials received. 4. Calibrate floor scale by using a 50# standard weight. 5. Check product temperature at different stages of operation by thermometer 6. Sensory testing of partially-processed products 7. Check metal detector sensitivity 8. Recordkeeping - complete all documentation required of day's operations - will train. 9. Maintain high level of attendance and work independently. 10. For sanitation reasons, hair must be securely affixed above collar line and facial hair must be removed. 11. Will monitor, read and respond to digital readout, visual and auditory controls and warning systems. 12. Understand and follow verbal and written instructions 13. Familiarity with Good Manufacturing Practices 14. Inspection background a plus 15. Able to interpret data collected from different inspection - will train 16. Educate plant personnel in basic sanitation, hygiene
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: 1. Familiarity with food inspection A PLUS 2. Ability to learn new skills quickly and efficiently
    CERIFICATES AND LICENSE REQUIRED: 1. High School diploma or equivalent 2. May be required to possess a valid Washington State Driver's license of the ability to obtain one 3. Required to take the QMP-HACCP training program and pass the HACCP Certification exam.
    BENEFITS: 1. Paid Medical, Dental, Life Insurance & Accidental Death & Dismemberment for employee 2. Paid vacation and sick leave 3. Paid holidays 4. 401(k)
    THIS POSITION PAYS: $11.00/hr/days and $12.10/hr/nights
    Note: Day shift may rotate to night shift, as need
    TO APPLY: Go online to www.sugiyo.com, download application, complete and fax to 360.293.6964 or drop off at SUGIYO, 2300 T AVENUE, ANACORTES, WA 98221
    Hours:
    9a-8p (Days), 5p-4a(Nights)
    Address:
    3200 T Avenue
    City:
    Anacortes
    Zip:
    98221
    Closes:
    7/22/2015
    Pay Rate:
    11-12.10
  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

    At SEL you will find challenging work, state-of-the-art tools and technology, and excellent benefits. In addition, you will work beside some of the brightest minds and inventors in the industry.

    If you are looking for an exciting, rewarding, and challenging career, your search ends here!

    SEL has careers in fields such as:
    * Engineering
    * Technicians
    * Manufacturing
    * Quality

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

    At SEL you will find challenging work, state-of-the-art tools and technology, and excellent benefits. In addition, you will work beside some of the brightest minds and inventors in the industry.

    If you are looking for an exciting, rewarding, and challenging career, your search ends here!

    SEL has careers in fields such as:
    * Accounting
    * Clerical
    * Information Technology
    * Management

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

    At SEL you will find challenging work, state-of-the-art tools and technology, and excellent benefits. In addition, you will work beside some of the brightest minds and inventors in the industry.

    If you are looking for an exciting, rewarding, and challenging career, your search ends here!

    SEL has careers in fields such as:
    * Engineering
    * Technicians
    * Manufacturing
    * Quality

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

    At SEL you will find challenging work, state-of-the-art tools and technology, and excellent benefits. In addition, you will work beside some of the brightest minds and inventors in the industry.

    If you are looking for an exciting, rewarding, and challenging career, your search ends here!

    SEL has careers in fields such as:
    * Accounting
    * Clerical
    * Information Technology
    * Management

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

    At SEL you will find challenging work, state-of-the-art tools and technology, and excellent benefits. In addition, you will work beside some of the brightest minds and inventors in the industry.

    If you are looking for an exciting, rewarding, and challenging career, your search ends here!

    SEL has careers in fields such as:
    * Engineering
    * Technicians
    * Manufacturing
    * Quality

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Student COACH - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    The Student COACH Program is in its third year at BTC. This year we hope to have 12 coaches working on campus supporting student success and transition.

    DUTIES include
    • Peer-to-peer support and academic coaching to students transitioning from Basic Academic Skills into BTC college coursework and programs.
    • Coordination of COACH program activities such as campus tours, new student orientations, and FAFSA workshops.
    • Participation in service learning activities and student recruitment throughout the year.

    COMPENSATION:Each participating student will receive a stipend of $250 per quarter, paid on completion of the quarter, conditional on minimum time requirements-20 hours-being met.

    TO APPLY: If you would like to recommend a student for a BTC COACH Program, contact Maryn Gunning at mgunning@btc.ctc.edu or Cherie Hollifield at chollifield@btc.ctc.edu
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Summer Community Development/Police Department Volunteer Interns (3 positions) - City of Ferndale
    Employer:
    City of Ferndale
    JOB SUMMARY: This is a volunteer position intended to provide assistance to two City of Ferndale departments. The position duration is six months, which may be reduced by the applicant or the City, and may be extended in six-month increments based on performance, required credits, or other factors. Ferndale is a fast-growing community of nearly 13,000 people that is well-positioned for future growth and change. The City’s long-range planning document (the Comprehensive Plan) will be updated within the next 20 months and the City has unique opportunities to create a long-term plan and vision that goes beyond traditional “check-offs.” The position will primarily assist the Community Development Department in several areas: proactive research, filing and file consolidation, report writing, visual graphics, and preparation for the 2016 Comprehensive Plan Update.
    RESPONSIBILITIES: *Assist professional Community Development Department staff in reviewing existing Comprehensive Plan document for updates and changes. *Responsible for research related to the Comprehensive Plan, including review and updating of Census and American Communities Survey data (and similar sources). *Responsible for coordinating with stakeholder groups on “Pop Up City Hall” efforts and events. *Identification of supporting technologies that will assist the City in transferring the Comprehensive Plan from a static, paper-based document to an interactive, web-based document. *Coordination with Ferndale Police Department on mapping and outreach opportunities to describe existing and future conditions. *Conducts research related to the Comprehensive Plan and other development regulations, provides the results of this research in staff report form to professional staff. *Works with professional staff to file, scan, and consolidate existing data and permit files to reduce space (and where possible to convert paper files to electronic storage). JOB DUTIES: The Community Development Intern acts in support of professional staff on a variety of topics. The Community Development Intern reports directly to the Community Development Director and Assistant Planner, and may be assigned to other staff on a temporary or permanent basis depending on need. The position is project-based, and the nature of work activities may vary dramatically on a day-to-day basis. Knowledge/Skills/Abilities * Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite * Familiar with GIS technology * Ability to meet deadlines and multi-task * Skill in organizational relations with immediate supervisor, subordinates, peers, and work team. * Ability to exercise good judgment, tact and courtesy with clients and other staff. * Working knowledge of general office practices and procedures. * Excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with decision-makers, community members, fellow employees, and technicians in various private sector disciplines. * Draft, type, copy, and distribute paperwork with minimal direction.
    WORKING CONDITIONS: The City of Ferndale policy is to provide equal opportunity in all terms, conditions and privileges of employment for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, disability, or veteran status.
    Any interested students can email a cover letter, resume and availability to hayliemiller@cityofferndale.org.
    Contact:
    Haylie Miller
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    7/24/2015
    Pay Rate:
    Volunteer
  • Technician Vending/Fountain Equipment (Shop) (FT/Days) - Pepsico - Kent WA
    Employer:
    Pepsico - Kent WA
    Position is location based with a high degree of supervision. Position refurbishes and rebuilds vending equipment as needed. Position mixes paints, glues and coating materials to proper standards. Prepares equipment surfaces for repainting, resurfacing or application of new decals/facings. Position may also overhaul internal and external mechanical workings as needed. This position requires working on vending machines weighing 800 -- 1200 pounds. Forklifts are used to lift equipment, but may be required to push, pull and move equipment. Also requires kneeling and squatting to work on equipment. PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES: *Repair and perform preventative maintenance on marketing equipment *Unload and load vendors for daily delivery *Prepare equipment prior to delivery (e.g., set prices/products, etc.) *Collect accurate and complete equipment information * Remove old parts and replace with new parts * Maintain parts inventory in shop *After each repair, complete paperwork on job and maintain accurate maintenance records * Transport miscellaneous items (e.g., compressors for repair/scrap, cardboard for recycle, etc.) * Regular, reliable, predictable attendance **Candidate will drive over the road two days a week **A strong ability to learn new skills in a fast paced environment is a must Type of Position: Full-time Driving Requirement: CDL Class A (Commercial Drivers License A) with DOUBLES Endorsements is required Shift: Days Starting Pay: $19.26 to $24.08 per hour DOE For immediate consideration, please go to www.pepsijobs.com
    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. PepsiCo is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities/Females/Disability/Protected Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Ident
    Hours:
    Days
    Contact:
    http://www.pepsico.com/careers
    City:
    Kent
    Closes:
    7/15/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $19.26
  • Technicians - Williams
    Employer:
    Williams
    Instrumentation & Control graduates - check out Williams Pipeline at http://www.williams.com/careers/Technicians.aspx.

    Williams is one of America's leading natural gas companies, with production, gathering, processing and transmission in critical basins and markets across the country. We're well positioned to help meet the growing demand for natural gas as a cleaner-burning domestic energy source.

    A career at Williams can be as challenging, exciting and rewarding as you make it. Learn more about the many opportunities we have to offer.

    Current opportunities include:
    Pipeline Technician 1: Posting 31782 - Kemmerer, WY
    Pipeline Technician 1: Posting 31162 - Billingsley, AL
    Pipeline Technician: Posting 31301 - Moore, SC
    Gathering Technician I: Posting 25981 - Susquehanna, PA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Variety Health Care - Providence Health & Services - Washington & Montana
    Employer:
    Providence Health & Services - Washington & Montana
    Providence Health & Services has over 1,000 open positions; Including Registered Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists, Radiology Techs, Pharmacists and more.

    Founded on Core Values of Respect, Compassion, Justice, Excellence and Stewardship, Providence’s 150 year-old Mission means an unparalleled commitment to our patients and employees.

    Did You Know: - Providence Health & Services is the largest health provider in the state of Washington!
    - Providence ranks #1 in Washington for cardiology, stroke treatment, critical care and general surgery!
    - Providence is the 9th largest not-for-profit healthcare system in the United States!
    - Providence is the 5th largest employer in Washington!

    As a leading employer with multiple locations throughout Washington and Montana, we are also proud to offer competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits package and Relocation Assistance! Come live in some of the most desirable locations in the nation. Work for one of the most respected healthcare companies in the industry. Discover Providence at work in your life.

    JOIN THE MISSION!!!
    If this sounds like an organization that fits you, please contact us today at Jobs@providence.org or 1-866-Prov-Job. To expedite the process, please let us know your top 2 location preferences.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Variety of positions - The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    Employer:
    The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    There are a variety of positions open with Skagit Valley Casino Resort. Please contact Kim for the most updated openings and to schedule an appointment to apply.
    Contact:
    Kim
    Phone:
    360-724-0190
    City:
    Bow, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Various - Washington State Dept of Labor & Industry
    Employer:
    Washington State Dept of Labor & Industry
    The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) is one of the most exciting places to work in Washington state. L&I has its central office in Tumwater, 60 miles south of Seattle in the south Puget Sound region. L&I also has 20 local offices across the state. We have an active tuition-reimbursement program for continuing education. We promote wellness at L&I, including free courses in relaxation techniques and an exercise track that runs around the perimeter of the building grounds. L&I is the leading agency for ergonomics and we have comprehensive tools for keeping our employees safe against work-related injuries.

    For a complete job listing, please visit http://lni.wa.gov/Main/FindAJob/#.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Various - Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

    Becoming a DNR employee is an investment in your future and in the future of the State of Washington as many of our positions generate revenue that supports K-12 public schools, higher education, and many county services.

    Join our team and be the future of public service at DNR in an environment that is supportive, safe, and inclusive to everyone.

    DNR has positions in a field range of fields, including
    Agriculture,
    Automotive,
    Communications,
    Customer Service,
    Engineering,
    Environment Services,
    Fire & EMS,
    Forestry,
    IT & Computers,
    Project Management and
    Trades.

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Various - Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

    Becoming a DNR employee is an investment in your future and in the future of the State of Washington as many of our positions generate revenue that supports K-12 public schools, higher education, and many county services.

    Join our team and be the future of public service at DNR in an environment that is supportive, safe, and inclusive to everyone.

    DNR has positions in a field range of fields, including
    Agriculture,
    Automotive,
    Communications,
    Customer Service,
    Engineering,
    Environment Services,
    Fire & EMS,
    Forestry,
    IT & Computers,
    Project Management and
    Trades.

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Various - Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

    Becoming a DNR employee is an investment in your future and in the future of the State of Washington as many of our positions generate revenue that supports K-12 public schools, higher education, and many county services.

    Join our team and be the future of public service at DNR in an environment that is supportive, safe, and inclusive to everyone.

    DNR has positions in a field range of fields, including
    Agriculture,
    Automotive,
    Communications,
    Customer Service,
    Engineering,
    Environment Services,
    Fire & EMS,
    Forestry,
    IT & Computers,
    Project Management and
    Trades.

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Various - Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

    Becoming a DNR employee is an investment in your future and in the future of the State of Washington as many of our positions generate revenue that supports K-12 public schools, higher education, and many county services.

    Join our team and be the future of public service at DNR in an environment that is supportive, safe, and inclusive to everyone.

    DNR has positions in a field range of fields, including
    Agriculture,
    Automotive,
    Communications,
    Customer Service,
    Engineering,
    Environment Services,
    Fire & EMS,
    Forestry,
    IT & Computers,
    Project Management and
    Trades.

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Various - Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

    Becoming a DNR employee is an investment in your future and in the future of the State of Washington as many of our positions generate revenue that supports K-12 public schools, higher education, and many county services.

    Join our team and be the future of public service at DNR in an environment that is supportive, safe, and inclusive to everyone.

    DNR has positions in a field range of fields, including
    Agriculture,
    Automotive,
    Communications,
    Customer Service,
    Engineering,
    Environment Services,
    Fire & EMS,
    Forestry,
    IT & Computers,
    Project Management and
    Trades.

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • VISTA Elementary School Programming Coordinator - WACC AmeriCorps VISTA Position Description 2015-16
    Employer:
    WACC AmeriCorps VISTA Position Description 2015-16
    Position Summary: The 2015-16 VISTA Elementary School Programming Coordinator will the Western Washington University (WWU) Woodring College of Education (WCE) – Bellingham Public Schools (BPS) Collective Impact partnership by providing essential academic, social-emotional and support services to some of the most economically disadvantaged K-5 youth in our community so that they can be engaged in and succeed at school. The VISTA Coordinator will build sustainability into the Carl Cozier Elementary Title I. School “Care Room” and provide coordination for additional programs, as determined by the school. VISTA member will coordinate well-organized and meaningful service-learning opportunities for Woodring teacher candidates placed at Carl Cozier elementary.
    Major Responsibilities and Activities: Develop programming sustainability in the Carl Cozier “Care Room” including working with the Woodring College of Education Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) to recruit, train and support college service-learners and other volunteers to engage with K-5 youth in the Care Room and in other service-learning projects at Carl Cozier. Collect, analyze and report data. Seek additional resources to support program, including working with the PTA, writing grants, assisting with fundraising and accessing other resources in the community to build Care Room capacity and sustainability. Coordinate additional projects identified by school (for example, a “food backpack” project, or other high need projects, that may be identified by the school). Collaborate with other VISTA and AmeriCorps members to design and implement quarterly Service Days (for example, the MLK Jr. Day of Service). Attend meetings for AmeriCorps and VISTA teams placed with LinCS and in the schools. Participate in all WACC trainings. Provide programming sustainability support to school and/or community partners during the summer. Other duties as assigned. Term of service: 365 days, averaging 40 hrs. / Week Start Date, August 24, 2015 for training. Qualifications: -Associates or Bachelor degree -At least 18 years of age, U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident -Interest and/ or experience in community service and/ or community development -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong initiative, works well independently and is flexible within an ever-changing work environment -Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and multi-task -Excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated creative problem solving abilities -Excellent computer skills, including MS Office, Excel, social media, adobe products, and database management -Ability to make a full-year commitment -Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary -Ability to pass criminal background check before employment begins AmeriCorps VISTA benefits: -Monthly living allowance, $973/month. This living allowance is based on 110% of the area poverty level. -Post service $5,730 Education Award or $1500 end-of-term cash award -Basic health coverage, student loan forbearance and basic child care assistance when applicable -Relocation allowance if moving more than 50 miles to serve -Paid round-trip ticket to pre-service orientation and reimbursed travel expenses (when applicable) -Extensive training, professional development, and networking opportunities -Access to AmeriCorps network -Non-competitive eligibility for federal government service (for one year after service)
    Site specific benefits: WTA bus pass (paid by VISTA member), WWU library and technology access. Eligible for reduced rate/hours for Wade Recreation Center (currently $30 per quarter, paid by VISTA member, subject to change). PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The VISTA/AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps/VISTA service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. AmeriCorps/VISTA only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Jordan Jungwirth
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
  • VISTA Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) Coordinator - WWU Woodring College of Education
    Employer:
    WWU Woodring College of Education
    Position Summary: The 2015-16 VISTA member will advance the work of the WWU Woodring College of Education (WCE) Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS) by coordinating well-organized and meaningful service-learning opportunities for Woodring teacher candidates and other college students while deepening WCE’s commitment to offering strong field based experiences to teacher candidates while providing essential academic and social-emotional services to some of the most economically disadvantaged K-12 youth in our community.
    Major Responsibilities and Activities: Recruit, train and support college service-learners to engage with youth in before, during and after school academic and social-emotional programs in schools and the community. Visit college students and youth on site. Integrate deeper sustainability into the LinCS program, including developing existing and new faculty and school/community partnerships and WCE teacher candidate 1:1 service-learning mentoring. Streamline quarterly placement process using Excel and database technology. Collect, analyze and report data. Collaborate with other VISTA and AmeriCorps members to design and implement quarterly Service Days (for example, the MLK Jr. Day of Service). Coordinate meetings for AmeriCorps and VISTA teams placed with LinCS and in the schools. Participate in all WACC trainings. Provide programming sustainability support to school and/or community partners during the summer. Other duties as assigned.
    Term of service: 365 days, averaging 40 hrs. / Week Start Date: August 24, 2015 for training. Qualifications: -Associates or Bachelor degree -At least 18 years of age, U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident -Interest and/ or experience in community service and/ or community development -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong initiative, works well independently and is flexible within an ever-changing work environment -Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and multi-task -Excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated creative problem solving abilities -Excellent computer skills, including MS Office, Excel, social media, adobe products, and database management -Ability to make a full-year commitment -Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary -Ability to pass criminal background check before employment begins
    AmeriCorps VISTA benefits: -Monthly living allowance, $973/month. This living allowance is based on 110% of the area poverty level. -Post service $5,730 Education Award or $1500 end-of-term cash award -Basic health coverage, student loan forbearance and basic child care assistance when applicable -Relocation allowance if moving more than 50 miles to serve -Paid round-trip ticket to pre-service orientation and reimbursed travel expenses (when applicable) -Extensive training, professional development, and networking opportunities -Access to AmeriCorps network -Non-competitive eligibility for federal government service (for one year after service)
    Site specific benefits: WTA bus pass (paid by VISTA member), WWU library and technology access. Eligible for reduced rate/hours for Wade Recreation Center (currently $30 per quarter, paid by VISTA member, subject to change). PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The VISTA/AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps/VISTA service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. AmeriCorps/VISTA only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Jordan Jungwirth
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
  • VISTA Sterling Meadows Education Coordinator - WACC AmeriCorps VISTA
    Employer:
    WACC AmeriCorps VISTA
    Position Summary: The 2015-16 VISTA member will coordinate education programming with Sterling Meadows housing. Primary responsibilities will include recruiting, training and supporting college student service-learners to provide homework help and support to K-12 youth living at Sterling Meadows. Sterling Meadows is part of Mercy Housing and is a housing complex for agricultural and farmworker families, living at or below the poverty level. Most youth are bi-lingual in Spanish and English. See http://www.mercyhousing.org. The VISTA member will also coordinate garden service projects and programming for the Sterling Paz Community Garden VISTA project.
    Major Responsibilities and Activities: Collaborate with the Woodring College of Education Learning in Community and Schools to recruit, train and support college service-learners to engage with youth in after school homework clubs with youth living at Sterling Meadows. Integrate deeper sustainability into the Sterling Meadows education program. Collect, analyze and report data. Write grants and help with fundraising. Collaborate with other VISTA and AmeriCorps members to design and implement quarterly Service Days (for example, the MLK Jr. Day of Service). Participate in all WACC and VISTA trainings. Collaborate with schools and families. Build program sustainability into the Sterling Paz Community Garden VISTA project. Other duties as assigned.
    Term of service: 365 days, averaging 40 hrs. / Week Qualifications: -Associates or Bachelor degree -At least 18 years of age, U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident -Interest and/ or experience in community service and/ or community development -Youth engagement skills -Experience working with youth in academic or youth development programs -Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds -Strong initiative, works well independently and is flexible within an ever-changing work environment -Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and multi-task -Excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated creative problem solving abilities -Excellent computer skills, including MS Office, Excel, social media, adobe products, and database management -Ability to make a full-year commitment -Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary -Ability to pass criminal background check before employment begins -Bilingual in Spanish desired.
    AmeriCorps VISTA benefits: -Monthly living allowance, $973/month. This living allowance is based on 110% of the area poverty level. -Post service $5,730 Education Award or $1500 end-of-term cash award -Basic health coverage, student loan forbearance and basic child care assistance when applicable -Relocation allowance if moving more than 50 miles to serve -Paid round-trip ticket to pre-service orientation and reimbursed travel expenses (when applicable) -Extensive training, professional development, and networking opportunities -Access to AmeriCorps network -Non-competitive eligibility for federal government service (for one year after service)
    Site specific benefits: WTA bus pass (paid by VISTA member), WWU library and technology access. Eligible for reduced rate/hours for Wade Recreation Center (currently $30 per quarter, paid by VISTA member, subject to change). PRIORITY DEADLINE DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION MATERIALS - June 5, 2015 Applications received after the priority deadline may be considered until positions are filled To apply please submit resume, letter of interest, and three references to Jordan Jungwirth via email: Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Lisa Moulds – Learning in Community and Schools (LinCS), Woodring College of Education Lisa.Moulds@wwu.edu or Jordan Jungwirth, LinCS Jordan.Jungwirth@wwu.edu or call 360.650.4655 The VISTA/AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps/VISTA service volunteers. Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. AmeriCorps/VISTA only enrolls members who are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States. All new members must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All new AmeriCorps members must pass a standard background check.
    Hours:
    Full-Time
    Contact:
    Jordan Jungwirth
    Phone:
    360.650.4655
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    7/9/2015
  • Volunteer opportunities in a variety of areas - Whatcom Volunteer Center
    Employer:
    Whatcom Volunteer Center
    Check out the website for a full list of detailed positions at www.whatcomvolunteer.org. The Volunteer Center works to enhance services in our community through the skilled application of volunteer power. Your interests and skills can be put to work to make this a better community. You may choose to do work you do professionally, try a new type of work, or learn new skills through volunteering.

    the Volunteer Center works closely with more than 225 agencies to ensure volunteer opportunities address community needs. Whether you are interested in helping children, cultural issues, the environment, eliminating poverty and homelessness, improving adult literacy, or a myriad of other causes affecting our community's quality of life, there are ways to help and make a difference through volunteering.

    In accordance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (AD), the Whatcom Volunteer Center will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs or activities.
    Contact:
    info@whatcomvolunteer.org
    Phone:
    360-734-3055
    Address:
    301 W Holly St, M-06
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    12/31/2015