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    Automotive
  • Autobody Painter & Autobody Technician - Fernandez Auto Body Shop, LLC
    Employer:
    Fernandez Auto Body Shop, LLC
    In need of an auto body painter and auto body technician. They can be available for whatever time they have after college. My business is open from Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm. If they are interested they can call the office phone at (360) 778-1430 or my cell at (360) 201-4760. Or they can email me at fernandofernandez35@comcast.net.
    Contact:
    Fernando
    Phone:
    3607781430
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    11/27/2017
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  • Business and Office
  • Assistant - Schlichting Wixson CPA
    Employer:
    Schlichting Wixson CPA
    Schlichting Wixson PLLC, our small but growing CPA firm, is looking for a highly motivated, ¾ - full-time tax and administrative assistant to join our team. Current job duties include:

    *Assembling and delivering tax returns *Tracking tax due dates *Preparing basic individual income tax and information returns *Managing partner email and client communication in a timely manner *Creating Word and Excel documents designed to improve efficiency or protect our firm from liability *Acting as back-up to other administrative personnel

    Hours:
    3/4 - FT
    Contact:
    Becca Schultheis
    Phone:
    3607781968
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    11/27/2017
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  • Clerk lll/Cashier - Whatcom County Human Resources
    Employer:
    Whatcom County Human Resources
    District Court has a vacancy for Clerk III - Cashier. This is a front-counter position in the District Court office, County Courthouse downtown.

    Job duties include:

    • Receives, receipts and records payments of court fines, bail, penalty assessments and fees according to established court procedures. Maintains and balances cash drawer at the end of each day. • Assists the public in processing court filings, arranging for court hearings, setting up monthly time payments, arranging for participation in Court Parks Work Program, and in referrals to Department of Assigned Counsel and Adult Probation. Processes anti-harassment/protection orders. • Responds to court-related telephone and counter inquiries and/or complaints from other departments, organizations and the public. Greets and directs case participants to appropriate courtroom. • Coordinates contested hearing scheduling and summons/subpoena processing.

    Qualifications

    Requires a high school diploma or GED AND three (3) years of progressively responsible general office, clerical and/or secretarial experience. Of the three years of required experience, one year must involve cash handling.

    Experience in court or legal procedures is preferred.

    Requires the ability to: Type proficiently and accurately at 40 net words per minute and use a calculator by touch with accuracy at 110 strokes per minute.
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Phone:
    360-778-5300
    Address:
    311 Grand Ave. Suite 107
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    12/16/2017
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Fund Development Associate - Capitol Hill Housing Foundation
    Employer:
    Capitol Hill Housing Foundation
    Reports to: Senior Manager of Fund Development>br>
    Job Summary: The Fund Development Associate is primarily responsible for assisting the Capitol Hill Housing Foundation team as we carry out fund development and planning activities for Capitol Hill Housing, a Community Development Corporation working in and around central Seattle, and to the Planning and Sustainability Department, the team responsible for neighborhood planning and implementation of the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict. Key tasks include database management, coordinating mailings, providing meeting and committee support, and supporting events planning and logistics. This position requires strong organizational skills and an ability to prioritize as well as multi-task. Some characteristics this person will need to demonstrate are: initiative, self-direction, flexibility, strong attention to detail, a sense of humor, grace under pressure, diplomacy and ingenuity. Occasional evening hours will be required.

    Duties and Responsibilities: FUND DEVELOPMENT: * Administer Salesforce CRM database Create and run reports Enter constituent and gift data Coordinate with Salesforce consultant (if needed) Oversee online giving process (Click & Pledge) and integration with Salesforce Quarterly reconciliation of CRM database and general ledger * Process all donations and pledges Generate thank-you letters and acknowledgements * Process invoices and track payment schedules for pledges and sponsorships * Track donor information and communications, including meeting notes * Coordinate fundraising mailings * Provide Foundation board meeting and committee support Schedule and attend meetings and take minutes * Support events Serve on Event and Sponsorship committee Coordinate ticketing, attendee data, volunteers and donations around events Coordinate event logistics when needed * Assist Communications Manager in creating and distributing print and online communications with donors as well as other outreach activities and integrating results into with Salesforce * Assist Fund Development Manager with grant research, grant writing, grant tracking * Other duties as assigned SUSTAINABILITY & PLANNING: * Managing and Organizing Data Administer database Support communications and fundraising functions, including sponsorship Assist Senior Planner with updating the EcoDistrict Index Generate infographics as needed for website and other collateral * Provide meeting and committee support Provide logistical and communications support for meetings and events Take and prepare minutes * Other duties as assigned
    Minimum Qualifications: * Two years’ experience with fundraising software and database management (table and form creation, ad hoc reporting, data integrity including importing/exporting data and data correlation). * Demonstrated track record of database administration, with strong attention to detail * Proficiency in Excel, Word, and Outlook * Strong communication skills, including writing and editing and telephone skills. * Additional requirements: beginning experience in updating web pages, social media and digital image manipulation software. * Ability to follow instructions accurately and to problem solve effectively. Ability to work effectively with people of diverse personalities, cultures and communication styles. Ability to take instruction and work under supervision. Ability to organize time efficiently, prioritize tasks and perform tasks in a self-directed manner. Ability to cope with deadline pressures and customer service needs.

    Preferred Qualifications: * Experience as a database administrator * Experience with Salesforce CRM * Prior experience in HTML, FTP, graphic design, webmastering * Prior experience with event logistics and coordination * A self-starter with ability to multi-task and work independently, and * 2 or more years of experience in non-profit fundraising or communications * College degree

    All employees at CHH are employees at will. The job description outlined above is not intended to represent an absolute or final list of all elements, activities or duties of the job. The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the person assigned to this position.

    Candidates selected for this position must pass a criminal history background check prior to employment with Capitol Hill Housing. Capitol Hill Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer; all qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

    To Apply:
    Apply online at: http://www.capitolhillhousing.org/about/employment.php
    Contact:
    Apply online at: http://www.capitolhillhousing.org/about/employment.php
    Closes:
    11/27/2017
    Pay Rate:
    up to $22
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  • Dental
  • Dental Assistant - Roosevelt Dental Center of Skagit County
    Employer:
    Roosevelt Dental Center of Skagit County
    Must be efficient at chairside assisting of the doctors, minor lab work, answer phones (when needed), make appointments, aid in ordering of materials/equipment (if needed), proper disinfection and sterilization techniques, breakdown and setup of operatory rooms, aid hygienists with charting or radiographs (if needed), proficiency in exposure of intraoral and panoramic digital radiographs, follow WISHA and HIPAA guidelines, aid in other office tasks such as laundry, etc.

    The only qualifications required are that the applicant is a motivated learner, a team player, and genuinely cares about our patients and providing a good experience. Dentrix knowledge is a plus.

    Apply by dropping your resume off at our office: 1210 Roosevelt Ave., Mount Vernon, WA or by emailing your resume and references to admin@rooseveltdentalcenter.com
    Hours:
    M, T, Th from 7:45-5:30
    Contact:
    Administration
    Address:
    1210 Roosevelt Ave
    City:
    Mount Vernon
    Zip:
    98273
    Closes:
    12/15/2017
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Education and Human Services
  • Substance Abuse Specialist - Whatcom County Human Resources
    Employer:
    Whatcom County Human Resources
    Whatcom County is hiring a part-time, 15 - 20 hours per week, temporary Substance Abuse Specialist for the Drug Court Program in Superior Court.

    The Substance Abuse Specialist works under general direction to provide assessment services to persons who have been arrested for offenses related to drugs or who are involved in dependency actions. The individual collects, develops and analyzes data and other information. Exercises independent judgment in performing assessments, analyzing problems, issues and situations; develops and implements recommendations. You will track activities and develop individualized education and treatment plans.

    Qualifications

    Must meet the qualifications of a Chemical Dependency Counselor as defined in WAC 440-22 and maintain qualified status.

    Emphasis on training, experience and background working with clients with co-occurring disorders preferred.

    MSW preferred.

    Must be registered with the Washington State Department of Health as a certified Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) as defined in WAC 246-811 and maintain current CDP status throughout employment.

    Must sign an agreement of permanent confidentiality covering all client-related information and follow 42 CFR, Part 2 of the Federal regulations and confidentiality.

    Must have no history or evidence of alcohol or other drug misuse for a period of three years immediately prior to the date of employment with the County, and no misuse of alcohol or other drugs while employed by the County.

    Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a valid driver's license at time of hire and throughout employment.

    Background check must meet County criteria.
    Hours:
    15-20 hours per week
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Phone:
    360-778-5300
    Address:
    311 Grand Ave. Suite 107
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    11/19/2017
    Pay Rate:
    $23.47
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  • General
  • Material Handler – package handler & delivery - Kelly Services
    Employer:
    Kelly Services
    This is a physical, fast-paced position that involves continual lifting, lowering and carrying packages that typically weigh 25 - 50lbs and may weigh up to 75 lbs. Ability to maneuver packages of any weight above 75lbs. with appropriate equipment and/or assistance from another person. Candidates will be assigned to a day shift, for package delivery(No driving) & material handlers.

    Physical/Cognitive Requirements With or Without accommodation:

    • Ability to follow policies and procedures. • Ability to read, write and interpret information. • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide. • Ability to use hands to finger, handle, or feel. • Ability to sit/walk/stand for up to 10 hours per day. • Ability to intermittently crawl, squat, climb, twist, bend, stoop, push or pull. • Must possess visual acuity, i.e., close, distance, and color vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. • Ability to lift/carry items less than 75 pounds.

    Qualifications

    • High school diploma or GED preferred. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Customer service driven. • Strong team player. • Entry Level • Past warehouse experience • Reliability • Ability to lift 75 plus pounds • Must be 18 years or more.
    Hours:
    7:30am to 6:00pm
    Contact:
    Vicki Worland
    Phone:
    360-647-2207
    Address:
    2219 Rimland Drive, Suite 411
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    12/31/2017
    Pay Rate:
    $17.00
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  • Healthcare
  • Caregiver - Anacortes - A Better Solution In Home Care
    Employer:
    A Better Solution In Home Care
    Looking for a compassionate and dependable caregiver in Anacortes.

    Shifts are needed 7 days a week during the AM timeframe. Duties include homemaking, meal prep, errands, etc. Looking for a steady person willing to make a commitment to needs that may increase with time.

    We offer: *Flexible hours* One-on-one care means more direct hours of care and a more rewarding job experience *Students and parents can make their work schedule work for them * Delightful clients * Flexible schedule * Shifts $13/hr -&17.00/hr * Holiday pay * Training * Free Continuing Education courses * Referral bonuses * Caring and respectful work environment * Bi-monthly pay periods * Direct Deposit

    Required Qualifications * Professional, flexible, good communication skills, punctual, honest, organized * Current CNA or HCA or will have one within 120 days of hire * Valid driver's license * First Aid/CPR training-preferred * Reliable source of transportation * No criminal history
    Hours:
    AM
    Contact:
    Rhonda Garnett
    Phone:
    360.629.4510
    City:
    Stanwood
    Closes:
    11/30/2017
    Pay Rate:
    $13.50-17
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  • Caregiver/CNA - Silverado Memory
    Employer:
    Silverado Memory
    Summary of Major Functions:

    •Primary caregiver to Assisted Living residents’ memory impairments. •Assists residents in activities of daily living. •Also assists residents in experiencing purposeful, meaningful engagements such as Tai Chi, cooking, and travel clubs.

    Qualifications:

    •Certified Nursing certificate required •Must be willing to demonstrate passion and ability to work with people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related diseases. •High school diploma, GED or educational equivalent preferred. •Must be able to read, write and speak English. •Must be comfortable working in an environment with pets and assisting in the care of community pets, including, but not limited to, dogs, cats, and birds.

    Experience:

    •Knowledge and experience working with residents with Alzheimer’s disease and memory care related diseases desirable. •Training is available for those without experience working in a long term care setting.

    To apply, please visit our website at www.silverado.com/careers or stop by our community at 4400 Columbine Dr., Bellingham, WA 98226 and apply in person.
    Contact:
    Silverado Bellingham
    Phone:
    360-746-0890
    Address:
    4400 Columbine Drive
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    12/16/2017
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  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LVN/LPN) - Silverado Memory
    Employer:
    Silverado Memory
    Summary of Major Functions:

    •The LVN/LPN will have direct supervisory responsibilities for Certified Nursing Assistants and Caregivers overseeing the care provided to residents at a Silverado assisted living Community. •Hours and shifts of duty may vary. •This position may require working varying hours and will likely include weekend and holiday duty.

    Education:

    • Graduate from an accredited school of nursing; current state nursing license; evidence of training in CPR.

    Qualifications:

    •Six months in a skilled nursing or assisted living facility working with the demented, geriatric or disoriented residents preferred. •Knowledge of or willingness to learn state and federal regulations governing nursing care. •Strong oral and written communication abilities.

    Supervisory Experience:

    •One year of experience supervising others to include: setting performance expectations, coaching, motivating, promoting collaboration and teamwork, promoting company culture, managing change, providing performance feedback, delegating effectively, resolving conflicts, etc.

    Other:

    •Excellent organization skills required. •Exhibits empathetic communication style with residents, families and co-workers. •Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record, and current auto insurance. •Must be able to speak, read and write English. •Must be comfortable working in an environment with pets and assisting in the care of community pets, including, but not limited to, dogs, cats, and birds. •Willing to demonstrate passion and ability to work with people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related disease.

    To apply, please visit our website at http://www.silverado.com/careers or stop by our community to apply in person.
    Hours:
    Full time
    Contact:
    In person, online
    Phone:
    360-746-6675
    Address:
    4400 Columbine Drive
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    12/16/2017
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Part-time Dining Room Assistant - Christian Health Care Center
    Employer:
    Christian Health Care Center
    Duties of a healthcare dining room assistant:

    A dining room assistant at CHCC transports residents to and from the dining room, prepares food for elderly (such as cut meat) and serves beverages. They also provide encouragement and conversation to residents during meal times.

    Dining room assistant qualifications:

    Dining room assistants need to have a good working report with fellow staff members as well as patients and residents. We are looking for someone who can create and maintain an atmosphere of warmth and positivity. Applicants for this position should be compassionate, have great communication skills and a pleasant, professional manner.

    How to apply for a healthcare dining room assistant job:

    Ready to learn more about employment at our health care center near Bellingham, WA? Download the job description from our website and apply anytime online. http://chcclynden.org/careers/
    Hours:
    4:00-7:00 p.m.
    Contact:
    Apply online
    Phone:
    360-354-4434
    Address:
    855 Aaron Drive
    City:
    Lynden
    Zip:
    98264
    Closes:
    11/22/2017
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  • Substance Abuse Specialist - Whatcom County Human Resources
    Employer:
    Whatcom County Human Resources
    Whatcom County is hiring a part-time, 15 - 20 hours per week, temporary Substance Abuse Specialist for the Drug Court Program in Superior Court.

    The Substance Abuse Specialist works under general direction to provide assessment services to persons who have been arrested for offenses related to drugs or who are involved in dependency actions. The individual collects, develops and analyzes data and other information. Exercises independent judgment in performing assessments, analyzing problems, issues and situations; develops and implements recommendations. You will track activities and develop individualized education and treatment plans.

    Qualifications

    Must meet the qualifications of a Chemical Dependency Counselor as defined in WAC 440-22 and maintain qualified status.

    Emphasis on training, experience and background working with clients with co-occurring disorders preferred.

    MSW preferred.

    Must be registered with the Washington State Department of Health as a certified Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) as defined in WAC 246-811 and maintain current CDP status throughout employment.

    Must sign an agreement of permanent confidentiality covering all client-related information and follow 42 CFR, Part 2 of the Federal regulations and confidentiality.

    Must have no history or evidence of alcohol or other drug misuse for a period of three years immediately prior to the date of employment with the County, and no misuse of alcohol or other drugs while employed by the County.

    Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a valid driver's license at time of hire and throughout employment.

    Background check must meet County criteria.
    Hours:
    15-20 hours per week
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Phone:
    360-778-5300
    Address:
    311 Grand Ave. Suite 107
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    11/19/2017
    Pay Rate:
    $23.47
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  • Industrial Technology
  • Machinist - Honeywell
    Employer:
    Honeywell
    We currently have multiple openings for Machinist in Spokane, Washington. The Machinist will perform all machining operations required to produce finished products from a variety of materials. Work from blueprints, specifications, job layouts, and written and/or oral instructions for the successful set-up and operation of manual machine tools and set-up/operation of CNC machine tools, dimensional inspection, data collection, and paperwork completion.

    We have openings for 2nd shift: Monday-Wednesday 5PM-5AM, Thursday 5PM-11PM. 3rd shift: Thursday 11AM-5PM, Friday-Sunday 5AM-5PM, 4th shift Thursday: 5PM – 11PM Friday – Sunday 5PM – 5AM

    Responsibilities include but not limited to: Successfully create parts from a blueprint, manufacturing operations and tooling instructions, or engineering instructions. Set-up and operate CNC and manual lathes, mills, grinders, etc., to very close tolerances Use micrometers/other measuring instruments in order to perform quality control checks on parts in-process and upon completion Maintain equipment and work area in a clean and orderly manner Recommend changes to processes or procedures to improve quality and productivity Exercise care and safe work practices – work requires close tolerances and fine finishes Tasks may include development parts, depending upon production demands and product mix Determine which of several alternatives to use in conjunction with the programmer to accomplish tasks Make simple program changes and fixture modifications via manual edits Solve problems and deviations in accordance with previous training; interact with engineers to find solutions to new or unusual problems Enter process data when required Perform necessary tasks and paperwork for the proper movement and control of parts and material in conjunction with manufacturing tracking system Actively participate in Honeywell Operating System (HOS) activities, daily meetings, understand what is to be accomplished during the shift, and discuss any new shift related issues. Actively participate in Honeywell Structured Safety Process (SSP) activities, attend daily safety circle meetings, complete daily, weekly, and monthly safety related tasks. Accountable for work station or work cell housekeeping. Perform daily job functions in accordance with policies from: EH&S, Quality, and housekeeping. Ability to work all shifts

    Physical Job Demands Lift/carry up to 40 lbs with or without assistance

    Working Conditions Additional hours/shifts may be required Health, Safety & Environmental

    Honeywell is committed to providing a safe workplace and establishing a culture where safety is everyone’s responsibility. All employees are required to follow established Standard Operating Procedures and safety policies. We expect and require every employee to work safely. Personal safety equipment is provided for all employees. Approved Safety glasses and metatarsal boots must be worn in all production and laboratory areas. Appropriate cut resistant gloves are required when handling any metal products. Approved protective gloves are required when handling acids or chemicals. It is expected that all unsafe acts and hazardous conditions will be reported immediately. An Incident report must be completed immediately, within 24 hours, following any workplace injury, regardless of severity. It is each employee’s responsibility to comply with Honeywell’s quality program. It is the employee’s responsibility to identify nonconformity and initiate appropriate corrective actions.

    Basic Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent (GED) required. Completion of a Machining Technology Program or in lieu of a machining degree, a High School Diploma or GED and 2 years of CNC machinist-level experience

    Preferred Qualifications: Ability to read and understand blue-prints. 2+ years experience with CNC set-ups and change outs is essential. Must be capable of setting up and machining a variety of parts in assigned department. Knowledge of CNC programming (G code and Fanuc control) is preferred. Experience with manual lathe, preferred. Experience machining tantalum, copper and/or aluminum preferred
    Hours:
    See job description
    Contact:
    Polly Terukina
    Phone:
    319-361-7124
    City:
    Spokane
    Closes:
    12/8/2017
    Pay Rate:
    Optional
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  • Sales and Production Coordinator - Orca Marine Cooling Systems
    Employer:
    Orca Marine Cooling Systems
    Primary Responsibilities:

    The Sales and Production Coordinator is the primary customer contact and production coordinator at Orca Marine Cooling Systems; familiarity with marine gasoline and diesel engines, a friendly personality and good interpersonal skills help in performing the following tasks: • Sales: primary contact with customers via phone and e-mail • Sales Orders: Primary originator of sales orders, including development of pricing when necessary • Maintains Bills of Materials • Maintains Part and Customer databases and files • Insures that all sales orders are scheduled for timely production, and materials are available to meet production requirements • Assists as required in all production processes o Currently primary responsibility for lay-up and welding • Assists in resolving production issues and devising improvements in production processes • Assists in development of new and improved products • Opens and closes the shop • Operates fork lift and truck as required • Other tasks required to keep the sales and production processes functioning smoothly

    Primary Software Employed: • Quick Books Premier (2014) • Microsoft Word and Excel • Access Database applications  
    Hours:
    Monday-Thursday from 7:00am-5:00pm
    Contact:
    phone, email, in person; resumes preferred
    Phone:
    360-734-6860
    Address:
    3883 Irongate Rd
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    12/13/2017
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • On-Campus Jobs

    Business and Office
  • Completion Coach (Title III CAD Grant) - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Bellingham Technical College invites applications for a Completion Coach for its Title III Cooperative Arrangement Development (CAD) grant project.

    The Coach will provide coaching services to students in the STAR (Student success, Tutoring, Academic support, Resources) program. This position will be primarily responsible for providing coaching (including advising) services around academic, personal and career success, and working collaboratively with Title III CAD program tutors and mentors, among other essential duties. This is a full-time, grant-funded, FLSA and union exempt, at-will position, reporting to the Coaching Manager. Although this grant is a five-year grant, ending September 30, 2020, grant funded positions are dependent upon project funding and can end at any time funding is discontinued.

    The federal Title III grant program helps the college provide intensive support services for disadvantaged students, including those who are low-income, first-generation, students with disabilities, and students who are academically under-prepared for college-level coursework. BTC has established a Title III CAD program intervention (STAR) that provides much needed and effective resources and services to students who are at risk of dropping out. Services the program provides to Title III CAD project participants include: intensive coaching, advising, peer mentoring services, and specialized accelerated precollege math support; enrollment in dedicated academic support and college success coursework; participation in leadership development activities, cultural and educational opportunities, and an online social networking program; and a summer bridge/ orientation program, which will incorporate early assessment of student skill and ability levels and individualized success plan development.

    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

     Support the Title III CAD (STAR) program intervention by providing thorough, proactive coaching services to maximize persistence of students in their chosen program of study and helping them become engaged in the educational environment;  Help students prepare individual Academic, Career and Personal Success Plans, which includes reviewing and interpreting academic skills and assessment results to advise appropriate placement in courses;  Monitor student academic progress and intervene with students in academic jeopardy by assisting them to make appropriate decisions and persist toward their academic goals;  Actively audio record several coaching sessions each month for quality assurance purposes;  Maintain on-going, positive relationships with faculty, administrators and staff to facilitate interdepartmental cooperation and program success;  Participate in coach training;  Assist with annual Coach Training to train additional coaches to scale up BTC's coaching practice;  Collaborate with Whatcom Community College's coaching staff, share best practices and lessons learned on a regular basis;  Coordinate activities for new program participants. Programming includes but is not limited to an introduction to the program, study skills, financial literacy, career exploration and personal motivation assessments and workshops, and leadership development;  Develop, lead, or coordinate workshops, educational programs and engagement initiatives for the Title III CAD program;  Cultivate and maintain contact with appropriate staff at baccalaureate-awarding institutions of higher education to facilitate information-sharing and conduct student activities focused on transfer;  Collaborate closely with other staff members to assess progress towards and achieve project goals and objectives;  Help develop STAR recruitment plans and activities;  Maintain data records in accordance with grant requirements and complete requested reports that include statistics on services provided;  Provide referrals to BTC faculty, counselors, tutoring or outside agencies as appropriate;  Communicate regularly and effectively with advisees through online technology and personal contacts;  Perform other duties as assigned in relation to the grant's overall goals.

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

     Strong knowledge of grant administration;  Strong communication, organizational, interpersonal skills and problem-solving skills;  Strong project evaluation and reporting skills;  Demonstrated computer software literacy, including Microsoft Office applications, databases; as well as the Internet and online environments;  Commitment to pluralism and the ability to support a diverse workplace;  Flexibility and ability to embrace change;  Interest in and ability to implement innovative practices;  Demonstrated ability to work with individuals of varied ethnicity, ages, backgrounds, and abilities;  Demonstrated ability to work with staff, faculty and community partners in an inclusive and participatory manner;  Ability to work under pressure and prioritize competing demands;  Ability to work effectively with staff and students;  Ability to work well within a team;  Ability to track data and outcomes and present information in compliance with Federal requirements;  Ability to present information to groups through workshops, seminars and presentations.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Minimum Qualifications & Essential Requirements:

     Bachelor's Degree AND  At least two years of experience in a higher education setting in advising, assessment, tutoring, and/or career coaching;  Demonstrated ability to support the success of individuals with varied academic abilities and backgrounds; OR

    A combination of experience and training that provides the applicant with the knowledge and skills to perform the job will be considered.

    Preferred Qualifications:

     Master's degree;  Experience working successfully with a team;  Excellent interpersonal communication skills and abilities;  Demonstrated technology skills in online environments and data systems;  Experience teaching and/or experience facilitating or conducting workshops, seminars, presentations and meetings;  Evidence of ability to work under pressure and prioritize competing demands;  Experience in student advising, career guidance, educational planning and/or career services in a technical/community college setting;  Experience working with low-income and first-generation students and students with disabilities.

    Physical Work Environment:
    The duties of this position are performed in an open office setting in an educational institution. This position interacts directly and frequently with faculty, staff, students and the general public. Frequent use of computer and exposure to terminal screens.

    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

    Compensation: Salary is $3,922 per month ($47,064 annual). Position also receives sick, personal and vacation leave accruals, paid state holidays, and a generous Washington State insurance and retirement benefits package. Leave is per BTC leave grant policy 525.1. This position is not eligible for Washington State or BTC Tuition Waiver program.

    Application Procedures and Deadline:
    Required application materials must be completed and submitted online at http://www.btc.edu/jobs and received by 5 p.m. on December 1, 2017 for priority consideration. Application materials received after this date and time may be considered until the position is filled. More information about Bellingham Technical College is at www.btc.edu or contact the Human Resources Office at (360) 752-8354. At this time, BTC is not sponsoring H-1B Visa's.

    Required Online Application Materials:

     Completed Online BTC Employment Application & Supplemental Questions;  Attached current resume (Word or PDF format only);

    Official transcripts that document the required educational qualifications will be required upon hire, but not required as part of the application materials to apply.
    Interviews are tentatively scheduled between December 18 and 21, 2017.

    The application package and all materials submitted with it become the property of the college and will not be returned or considered for additional or future openings.

    Mission: Bellingham Technical College provides student-centered, high-quality professional technical education for today's needs and tomorrow's opportunities.

    Employment Eligibility Verification: Bellingham Technical College employs only United States citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the Department of Homeland Security.

    Non Discrimination/Equal Opportunity: Bellingham Technical College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All Inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievance procedures should be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225; (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.

    Disability Accommodations: Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.

    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

    https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/btc

    3028 Lindbergh Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225

    360 752-8354

    jobs@btc.edu

    Position #2017-00041 COMPLETION COACH (TITLE III CAD GRANT)

    TW
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Phone:
    360-752-8354
    Address:
    3028 Linbergh Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    12/1/2017
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
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  • Student Ambassador - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Student Ambassador

    This is a part-time student position, funded by the Associated Students of Bellingham Technical College. Assignments may include evening shifts and/or work at more than one site.

    DESCRIPTION
    Under the general direction of the Director of Admissions, provide support in Admissions with new student admissions efforts.

    TYPICAL DUTIES and ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
    * Participate in Student Ambassador Training
    * Assist with weekly campus tours and tours for special events
    *Participate on student discussion panels for special events
    *Data entry related to admissions events
    * Supports students as a peer-mentor with information and direction as they navigate through the admissions process
    * May assist with other special projects as time allows, such as calling new students to welcome them to the College.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
    * Must be a current student at BTC, in good academic standing, currently taking courses.
    *Demonstrated ability to navigate the BTC Website, myBTC Portal, Microsoft Suite Applications
    *Effective communication and customer service skills
    * Experience with youthful audiences and diverse populations.
    * Demonstrated reliability and punctuality

    To apply, email your resume to kbade@btc.edu. Please include a brief paragraph describing why you are interested in this position.
    Hours:
    Varies according to student's schedule
    Contact:
    Karen Bade
    Phone:
    360-752-8450
    Address:
    3028 Lindbergh Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    11/30/2017
    Pay Rate:
    $11.60
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    Regular Hours

    Mon-Thu 8am-5pm
    Fri 8am-4pm
    Sat-Sun Closed

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  • Assistant - Schlichting Wixson CPA
    Employer:
    Schlichting Wixson CPA
    Schlichting Wixson PLLC, our small but growing CPA firm, is looking for a highly motivated, ¾ - full-time tax and administrative assistant to join our team. Current job duties include:

    *Assembling and delivering tax returns *Tracking tax due dates *Preparing basic individual income tax and information returns *Managing partner email and client communication in a timely manner *Creating Word and Excel documents designed to improve efficiency or protect our firm from liability *Acting as back-up to other administrative personnel

    Hours:
    3/4 - FT
    Contact:
    Becca Schultheis
    Phone:
    3607781968
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    11/27/2017
  • Autobody Painter & Autobody Technician - Fernandez Auto Body Shop, LLC
    Employer:
    Fernandez Auto Body Shop, LLC
    In need of an auto body painter and auto body technician. They can be available for whatever time they have after college. My business is open from Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm. If they are interested they can call the office phone at (360) 778-1430 or my cell at (360) 201-4760. Or they can email me at fernandofernandez35@comcast.net.
    Contact:
    Fernando
    Phone:
    3607781430
    City:
    Ferndale
    Zip:
    98248
    Closes:
    11/27/2017
  • Caregiver - Anacortes - A Better Solution In Home Care
    Employer:
    A Better Solution In Home Care
    Looking for a compassionate and dependable caregiver in Anacortes.

    Shifts are needed 7 days a week during the AM timeframe. Duties include homemaking, meal prep, errands, etc. Looking for a steady person willing to make a commitment to needs that may increase with time.

    We offer: *Flexible hours* One-on-one care means more direct hours of care and a more rewarding job experience *Students and parents can make their work schedule work for them * Delightful clients * Flexible schedule * Shifts $13/hr -&17.00/hr * Holiday pay * Training * Free Continuing Education courses * Referral bonuses * Caring and respectful work environment * Bi-monthly pay periods * Direct Deposit

    Required Qualifications * Professional, flexible, good communication skills, punctual, honest, organized * Current CNA or HCA or will have one within 120 days of hire * Valid driver's license * First Aid/CPR training-preferred * Reliable source of transportation * No criminal history
    Hours:
    AM
    Contact:
    Rhonda Garnett
    Phone:
    360.629.4510
    City:
    Stanwood
    Closes:
    11/30/2017
    Pay Rate:
    $13.50-17
  • Caregiver/CNA - Silverado Memory
    Employer:
    Silverado Memory
    Summary of Major Functions:

    •Primary caregiver to Assisted Living residents’ memory impairments. •Assists residents in activities of daily living. •Also assists residents in experiencing purposeful, meaningful engagements such as Tai Chi, cooking, and travel clubs.

    Qualifications:

    •Certified Nursing certificate required •Must be willing to demonstrate passion and ability to work with people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related diseases. •High school diploma, GED or educational equivalent preferred. •Must be able to read, write and speak English. •Must be comfortable working in an environment with pets and assisting in the care of community pets, including, but not limited to, dogs, cats, and birds.

    Experience:

    •Knowledge and experience working with residents with Alzheimer’s disease and memory care related diseases desirable. •Training is available for those without experience working in a long term care setting.

    To apply, please visit our website at www.silverado.com/careers or stop by our community at 4400 Columbine Dr., Bellingham, WA 98226 and apply in person.
    Contact:
    Silverado Bellingham
    Phone:
    360-746-0890
    Address:
    4400 Columbine Drive
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    12/16/2017
  • Clerk lll/Cashier - Whatcom County Human Resources
    Employer:
    Whatcom County Human Resources
    District Court has a vacancy for Clerk III - Cashier. This is a front-counter position in the District Court office, County Courthouse downtown.

    Job duties include:

    • Receives, receipts and records payments of court fines, bail, penalty assessments and fees according to established court procedures. Maintains and balances cash drawer at the end of each day. • Assists the public in processing court filings, arranging for court hearings, setting up monthly time payments, arranging for participation in Court Parks Work Program, and in referrals to Department of Assigned Counsel and Adult Probation. Processes anti-harassment/protection orders. • Responds to court-related telephone and counter inquiries and/or complaints from other departments, organizations and the public. Greets and directs case participants to appropriate courtroom. • Coordinates contested hearing scheduling and summons/subpoena processing.

    Qualifications

    Requires a high school diploma or GED AND three (3) years of progressively responsible general office, clerical and/or secretarial experience. Of the three years of required experience, one year must involve cash handling.

    Experience in court or legal procedures is preferred.

    Requires the ability to: Type proficiently and accurately at 40 net words per minute and use a calculator by touch with accuracy at 110 strokes per minute.
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Phone:
    360-778-5300
    Address:
    311 Grand Ave. Suite 107
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    12/16/2017
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Completion Coach (Title III CAD Grant) - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Bellingham Technical College invites applications for a Completion Coach for its Title III Cooperative Arrangement Development (CAD) grant project.

    The Coach will provide coaching services to students in the STAR (Student success, Tutoring, Academic support, Resources) program. This position will be primarily responsible for providing coaching (including advising) services around academic, personal and career success, and working collaboratively with Title III CAD program tutors and mentors, among other essential duties. This is a full-time, grant-funded, FLSA and union exempt, at-will position, reporting to the Coaching Manager. Although this grant is a five-year grant, ending September 30, 2020, grant funded positions are dependent upon project funding and can end at any time funding is discontinued.

    The federal Title III grant program helps the college provide intensive support services for disadvantaged students, including those who are low-income, first-generation, students with disabilities, and students who are academically under-prepared for college-level coursework. BTC has established a Title III CAD program intervention (STAR) that provides much needed and effective resources and services to students who are at risk of dropping out. Services the program provides to Title III CAD project participants include: intensive coaching, advising, peer mentoring services, and specialized accelerated precollege math support; enrollment in dedicated academic support and college success coursework; participation in leadership development activities, cultural and educational opportunities, and an online social networking program; and a summer bridge/ orientation program, which will incorporate early assessment of student skill and ability levels and individualized success plan development.

    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

     Support the Title III CAD (STAR) program intervention by providing thorough, proactive coaching services to maximize persistence of students in their chosen program of study and helping them become engaged in the educational environment;  Help students prepare individual Academic, Career and Personal Success Plans, which includes reviewing and interpreting academic skills and assessment results to advise appropriate placement in courses;  Monitor student academic progress and intervene with students in academic jeopardy by assisting them to make appropriate decisions and persist toward their academic goals;  Actively audio record several coaching sessions each month for quality assurance purposes;  Maintain on-going, positive relationships with faculty, administrators and staff to facilitate interdepartmental cooperation and program success;  Participate in coach training;  Assist with annual Coach Training to train additional coaches to scale up BTC's coaching practice;  Collaborate with Whatcom Community College's coaching staff, share best practices and lessons learned on a regular basis;  Coordinate activities for new program participants. Programming includes but is not limited to an introduction to the program, study skills, financial literacy, career exploration and personal motivation assessments and workshops, and leadership development;  Develop, lead, or coordinate workshops, educational programs and engagement initiatives for the Title III CAD program;  Cultivate and maintain contact with appropriate staff at baccalaureate-awarding institutions of higher education to facilitate information-sharing and conduct student activities focused on transfer;  Collaborate closely with other staff members to assess progress towards and achieve project goals and objectives;  Help develop STAR recruitment plans and activities;  Maintain data records in accordance with grant requirements and complete requested reports that include statistics on services provided;  Provide referrals to BTC faculty, counselors, tutoring or outside agencies as appropriate;  Communicate regularly and effectively with advisees through online technology and personal contacts;  Perform other duties as assigned in relation to the grant's overall goals.

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

     Strong knowledge of grant administration;  Strong communication, organizational, interpersonal skills and problem-solving skills;  Strong project evaluation and reporting skills;  Demonstrated computer software literacy, including Microsoft Office applications, databases; as well as the Internet and online environments;  Commitment to pluralism and the ability to support a diverse workplace;  Flexibility and ability to embrace change;  Interest in and ability to implement innovative practices;  Demonstrated ability to work with individuals of varied ethnicity, ages, backgrounds, and abilities;  Demonstrated ability to work with staff, faculty and community partners in an inclusive and participatory manner;  Ability to work under pressure and prioritize competing demands;  Ability to work effectively with staff and students;  Ability to work well within a team;  Ability to track data and outcomes and present information in compliance with Federal requirements;  Ability to present information to groups through workshops, seminars and presentations.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Minimum Qualifications & Essential Requirements:

     Bachelor's Degree AND  At least two years of experience in a higher education setting in advising, assessment, tutoring, and/or career coaching;  Demonstrated ability to support the success of individuals with varied academic abilities and backgrounds; OR

    A combination of experience and training that provides the applicant with the knowledge and skills to perform the job will be considered.

    Preferred Qualifications:

     Master's degree;  Experience working successfully with a team;  Excellent interpersonal communication skills and abilities;  Demonstrated technology skills in online environments and data systems;  Experience teaching and/or experience facilitating or conducting workshops, seminars, presentations and meetings;  Evidence of ability to work under pressure and prioritize competing demands;  Experience in student advising, career guidance, educational planning and/or career services in a technical/community college setting;  Experience working with low-income and first-generation students and students with disabilities.

    Physical Work Environment:
    The duties of this position are performed in an open office setting in an educational institution. This position interacts directly and frequently with faculty, staff, students and the general public. Frequent use of computer and exposure to terminal screens.

    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

    Compensation: Salary is $3,922 per month ($47,064 annual). Position also receives sick, personal and vacation leave accruals, paid state holidays, and a generous Washington State insurance and retirement benefits package. Leave is per BTC leave grant policy 525.1. This position is not eligible for Washington State or BTC Tuition Waiver program.

    Application Procedures and Deadline:
    Required application materials must be completed and submitted online at http://www.btc.edu/jobs and received by 5 p.m. on December 1, 2017 for priority consideration. Application materials received after this date and time may be considered until the position is filled. More information about Bellingham Technical College is at www.btc.edu or contact the Human Resources Office at (360) 752-8354. At this time, BTC is not sponsoring H-1B Visa's.

    Required Online Application Materials:

     Completed Online BTC Employment Application & Supplemental Questions;  Attached current resume (Word or PDF format only);

    Official transcripts that document the required educational qualifications will be required upon hire, but not required as part of the application materials to apply.
    Interviews are tentatively scheduled between December 18 and 21, 2017.

    The application package and all materials submitted with it become the property of the college and will not be returned or considered for additional or future openings.

    Mission: Bellingham Technical College provides student-centered, high-quality professional technical education for today's needs and tomorrow's opportunities.

    Employment Eligibility Verification: Bellingham Technical College employs only United States citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the Department of Homeland Security.

    Non Discrimination/Equal Opportunity: Bellingham Technical College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, sex, genetic information, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. All Inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity and/or grievance procedures should be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources, Bellingham Technical College, 3028 Lindbergh Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225; (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.

    Disability Accommodations: Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360) 752-8354; email hr@btc.edu.

    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

    https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/btc

    3028 Lindbergh Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225

    360 752-8354

    jobs@btc.edu

    Position #2017-00041 COMPLETION COACH (TITLE III CAD GRANT)

    TW
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Phone:
    360-752-8354
    Address:
    3028 Linbergh Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    12/1/2017
    Pay Rate:
    Salary
  • Dental Assistant - Roosevelt Dental Center of Skagit County
    Employer:
    Roosevelt Dental Center of Skagit County
    Must be efficient at chairside assisting of the doctors, minor lab work, answer phones (when needed), make appointments, aid in ordering of materials/equipment (if needed), proper disinfection and sterilization techniques, breakdown and setup of operatory rooms, aid hygienists with charting or radiographs (if needed), proficiency in exposure of intraoral and panoramic digital radiographs, follow WISHA and HIPAA guidelines, aid in other office tasks such as laundry, etc.

    The only qualifications required are that the applicant is a motivated learner, a team player, and genuinely cares about our patients and providing a good experience. Dentrix knowledge is a plus.

    Apply by dropping your resume off at our office: 1210 Roosevelt Ave., Mount Vernon, WA or by emailing your resume and references to admin@rooseveltdentalcenter.com
    Hours:
    M, T, Th from 7:45-5:30
    Contact:
    Administration
    Address:
    1210 Roosevelt Ave
    City:
    Mount Vernon
    Zip:
    98273
    Closes:
    12/15/2017
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Fund Development Associate - Capitol Hill Housing Foundation
    Employer:
    Capitol Hill Housing Foundation
    Reports to: Senior Manager of Fund Development>br>
    Job Summary: The Fund Development Associate is primarily responsible for assisting the Capitol Hill Housing Foundation team as we carry out fund development and planning activities for Capitol Hill Housing, a Community Development Corporation working in and around central Seattle, and to the Planning and Sustainability Department, the team responsible for neighborhood planning and implementation of the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict. Key tasks include database management, coordinating mailings, providing meeting and committee support, and supporting events planning and logistics. This position requires strong organizational skills and an ability to prioritize as well as multi-task. Some characteristics this person will need to demonstrate are: initiative, self-direction, flexibility, strong attention to detail, a sense of humor, grace under pressure, diplomacy and ingenuity. Occasional evening hours will be required.

    Duties and Responsibilities: FUND DEVELOPMENT: * Administer Salesforce CRM database Create and run reports Enter constituent and gift data Coordinate with Salesforce consultant (if needed) Oversee online giving process (Click & Pledge) and integration with Salesforce Quarterly reconciliation of CRM database and general ledger * Process all donations and pledges Generate thank-you letters and acknowledgements * Process invoices and track payment schedules for pledges and sponsorships * Track donor information and communications, including meeting notes * Coordinate fundraising mailings * Provide Foundation board meeting and committee support Schedule and attend meetings and take minutes * Support events Serve on Event and Sponsorship committee Coordinate ticketing, attendee data, volunteers and donations around events Coordinate event logistics when needed * Assist Communications Manager in creating and distributing print and online communications with donors as well as other outreach activities and integrating results into with Salesforce * Assist Fund Development Manager with grant research, grant writing, grant tracking * Other duties as assigned SUSTAINABILITY & PLANNING: * Managing and Organizing Data Administer database Support communications and fundraising functions, including sponsorship Assist Senior Planner with updating the EcoDistrict Index Generate infographics as needed for website and other collateral * Provide meeting and committee support Provide logistical and communications support for meetings and events Take and prepare minutes * Other duties as assigned
    Minimum Qualifications: * Two years’ experience with fundraising software and database management (table and form creation, ad hoc reporting, data integrity including importing/exporting data and data correlation). * Demonstrated track record of database administration, with strong attention to detail * Proficiency in Excel, Word, and Outlook * Strong communication skills, including writing and editing and telephone skills. * Additional requirements: beginning experience in updating web pages, social media and digital image manipulation software. * Ability to follow instructions accurately and to problem solve effectively. Ability to work effectively with people of diverse personalities, cultures and communication styles. Ability to take instruction and work under supervision. Ability to organize time efficiently, prioritize tasks and perform tasks in a self-directed manner. Ability to cope with deadline pressures and customer service needs.

    Preferred Qualifications: * Experience as a database administrator * Experience with Salesforce CRM * Prior experience in HTML, FTP, graphic design, webmastering * Prior experience with event logistics and coordination * A self-starter with ability to multi-task and work independently, and * 2 or more years of experience in non-profit fundraising or communications * College degree

    All employees at CHH are employees at will. The job description outlined above is not intended to represent an absolute or final list of all elements, activities or duties of the job. The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the person assigned to this position.

    Candidates selected for this position must pass a criminal history background check prior to employment with Capitol Hill Housing. Capitol Hill Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer; all qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

    To Apply:
    Apply online at: http://www.capitolhillhousing.org/about/employment.php
    Contact:
    Apply online at: http://www.capitolhillhousing.org/about/employment.php
    Closes:
    11/27/2017
    Pay Rate:
    up to $22
  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LVN/LPN) - Silverado Memory
    Employer:
    Silverado Memory
    Summary of Major Functions:

    •The LVN/LPN will have direct supervisory responsibilities for Certified Nursing Assistants and Caregivers overseeing the care provided to residents at a Silverado assisted living Community. •Hours and shifts of duty may vary. •This position may require working varying hours and will likely include weekend and holiday duty.

    Education:

    • Graduate from an accredited school of nursing; current state nursing license; evidence of training in CPR.

    Qualifications:

    •Six months in a skilled nursing or assisted living facility working with the demented, geriatric or disoriented residents preferred. •Knowledge of or willingness to learn state and federal regulations governing nursing care. •Strong oral and written communication abilities.

    Supervisory Experience:

    •One year of experience supervising others to include: setting performance expectations, coaching, motivating, promoting collaboration and teamwork, promoting company culture, managing change, providing performance feedback, delegating effectively, resolving conflicts, etc.

    Other:

    •Excellent organization skills required. •Exhibits empathetic communication style with residents, families and co-workers. •Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record, and current auto insurance. •Must be able to speak, read and write English. •Must be comfortable working in an environment with pets and assisting in the care of community pets, including, but not limited to, dogs, cats, and birds. •Willing to demonstrate passion and ability to work with people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related disease.

    To apply, please visit our website at http://www.silverado.com/careers or stop by our community to apply in person.
    Hours:
    Full time
    Contact:
    In person, online
    Phone:
    360-746-6675
    Address:
    4400 Columbine Drive
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    12/16/2017
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Machinist - Honeywell
    Employer:
    Honeywell
    We currently have multiple openings for Machinist in Spokane, Washington. The Machinist will perform all machining operations required to produce finished products from a variety of materials. Work from blueprints, specifications, job layouts, and written and/or oral instructions for the successful set-up and operation of manual machine tools and set-up/operation of CNC machine tools, dimensional inspection, data collection, and paperwork completion.

    We have openings for 2nd shift: Monday-Wednesday 5PM-5AM, Thursday 5PM-11PM. 3rd shift: Thursday 11AM-5PM, Friday-Sunday 5AM-5PM, 4th shift Thursday: 5PM – 11PM Friday – Sunday 5PM – 5AM

    Responsibilities include but not limited to: Successfully create parts from a blueprint, manufacturing operations and tooling instructions, or engineering instructions. Set-up and operate CNC and manual lathes, mills, grinders, etc., to very close tolerances Use micrometers/other measuring instruments in order to perform quality control checks on parts in-process and upon completion Maintain equipment and work area in a clean and orderly manner Recommend changes to processes or procedures to improve quality and productivity Exercise care and safe work practices – work requires close tolerances and fine finishes Tasks may include development parts, depending upon production demands and product mix Determine which of several alternatives to use in conjunction with the programmer to accomplish tasks Make simple program changes and fixture modifications via manual edits Solve problems and deviations in accordance with previous training; interact with engineers to find solutions to new or unusual problems Enter process data when required Perform necessary tasks and paperwork for the proper movement and control of parts and material in conjunction with manufacturing tracking system Actively participate in Honeywell Operating System (HOS) activities, daily meetings, understand what is to be accomplished during the shift, and discuss any new shift related issues. Actively participate in Honeywell Structured Safety Process (SSP) activities, attend daily safety circle meetings, complete daily, weekly, and monthly safety related tasks. Accountable for work station or work cell housekeeping. Perform daily job functions in accordance with policies from: EH&S, Quality, and housekeeping. Ability to work all shifts

    Physical Job Demands Lift/carry up to 40 lbs with or without assistance

    Working Conditions Additional hours/shifts may be required Health, Safety & Environmental

    Honeywell is committed to providing a safe workplace and establishing a culture where safety is everyone’s responsibility. All employees are required to follow established Standard Operating Procedures and safety policies. We expect and require every employee to work safely. Personal safety equipment is provided for all employees. Approved Safety glasses and metatarsal boots must be worn in all production and laboratory areas. Appropriate cut resistant gloves are required when handling any metal products. Approved protective gloves are required when handling acids or chemicals. It is expected that all unsafe acts and hazardous conditions will be reported immediately. An Incident report must be completed immediately, within 24 hours, following any workplace injury, regardless of severity. It is each employee’s responsibility to comply with Honeywell’s quality program. It is the employee’s responsibility to identify nonconformity and initiate appropriate corrective actions.

    Basic Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent (GED) required. Completion of a Machining Technology Program or in lieu of a machining degree, a High School Diploma or GED and 2 years of CNC machinist-level experience

    Preferred Qualifications: Ability to read and understand blue-prints. 2+ years experience with CNC set-ups and change outs is essential. Must be capable of setting up and machining a variety of parts in assigned department. Knowledge of CNC programming (G code and Fanuc control) is preferred. Experience with manual lathe, preferred. Experience machining tantalum, copper and/or aluminum preferred
    Hours:
    See job description
    Contact:
    Polly Terukina
    Phone:
    319-361-7124
    City:
    Spokane
    Closes:
    12/8/2017
    Pay Rate:
    Optional
  • Material Handler – package handler & delivery - Kelly Services
    Employer:
    Kelly Services
    This is a physical, fast-paced position that involves continual lifting, lowering and carrying packages that typically weigh 25 - 50lbs and may weigh up to 75 lbs. Ability to maneuver packages of any weight above 75lbs. with appropriate equipment and/or assistance from another person. Candidates will be assigned to a day shift, for package delivery(No driving) & material handlers.

    Physical/Cognitive Requirements With or Without accommodation:

    • Ability to follow policies and procedures. • Ability to read, write and interpret information. • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide. • Ability to use hands to finger, handle, or feel. • Ability to sit/walk/stand for up to 10 hours per day. • Ability to intermittently crawl, squat, climb, twist, bend, stoop, push or pull. • Must possess visual acuity, i.e., close, distance, and color vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. • Ability to lift/carry items less than 75 pounds.

    Qualifications

    • High school diploma or GED preferred. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Customer service driven. • Strong team player. • Entry Level • Past warehouse experience • Reliability • Ability to lift 75 plus pounds • Must be 18 years or more.
    Hours:
    7:30am to 6:00pm
    Contact:
    Vicki Worland
    Phone:
    360-647-2207
    Address:
    2219 Rimland Drive, Suite 411
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    12/31/2017
    Pay Rate:
    $17.00
  • Part-time Dining Room Assistant - Christian Health Care Center
    Employer:
    Christian Health Care Center
    Duties of a healthcare dining room assistant:

    A dining room assistant at CHCC transports residents to and from the dining room, prepares food for elderly (such as cut meat) and serves beverages. They also provide encouragement and conversation to residents during meal times.

    Dining room assistant qualifications:

    Dining room assistants need to have a good working report with fellow staff members as well as patients and residents. We are looking for someone who can create and maintain an atmosphere of warmth and positivity. Applicants for this position should be compassionate, have great communication skills and a pleasant, professional manner.

    How to apply for a healthcare dining room assistant job:

    Ready to learn more about employment at our health care center near Bellingham, WA? Download the job description from our website and apply anytime online. http://chcclynden.org/careers/
    Hours:
    4:00-7:00 p.m.
    Contact:
    Apply online
    Phone:
    360-354-4434
    Address:
    855 Aaron Drive
    City:
    Lynden
    Zip:
    98264
    Closes:
    11/22/2017
  • Sales and Production Coordinator - Orca Marine Cooling Systems
    Employer:
    Orca Marine Cooling Systems
    Primary Responsibilities:

    The Sales and Production Coordinator is the primary customer contact and production coordinator at Orca Marine Cooling Systems; familiarity with marine gasoline and diesel engines, a friendly personality and good interpersonal skills help in performing the following tasks: • Sales: primary contact with customers via phone and e-mail • Sales Orders: Primary originator of sales orders, including development of pricing when necessary • Maintains Bills of Materials • Maintains Part and Customer databases and files • Insures that all sales orders are scheduled for timely production, and materials are available to meet production requirements • Assists as required in all production processes o Currently primary responsibility for lay-up and welding • Assists in resolving production issues and devising improvements in production processes • Assists in development of new and improved products • Opens and closes the shop • Operates fork lift and truck as required • Other tasks required to keep the sales and production processes functioning smoothly

    Primary Software Employed: • Quick Books Premier (2014) • Microsoft Word and Excel • Access Database applications  
    Hours:
    Monday-Thursday from 7:00am-5:00pm
    Contact:
    phone, email, in person; resumes preferred
    Phone:
    360-734-6860
    Address:
    3883 Irongate Rd
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98226
    Closes:
    12/13/2017
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Student Ambassador - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Student Ambassador

    This is a part-time student position, funded by the Associated Students of Bellingham Technical College. Assignments may include evening shifts and/or work at more than one site.

    DESCRIPTION
    Under the general direction of the Director of Admissions, provide support in Admissions with new student admissions efforts.

    TYPICAL DUTIES and ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
    * Participate in Student Ambassador Training
    * Assist with weekly campus tours and tours for special events
    *Participate on student discussion panels for special events
    *Data entry related to admissions events
    * Supports students as a peer-mentor with information and direction as they navigate through the admissions process
    * May assist with other special projects as time allows, such as calling new students to welcome them to the College.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
    * Must be a current student at BTC, in good academic standing, currently taking courses.
    *Demonstrated ability to navigate the BTC Website, myBTC Portal, Microsoft Suite Applications
    *Effective communication and customer service skills
    * Experience with youthful audiences and diverse populations.
    * Demonstrated reliability and punctuality

    To apply, email your resume to kbade@btc.edu. Please include a brief paragraph describing why you are interested in this position.
    Hours:
    Varies according to student's schedule
    Contact:
    Karen Bade
    Phone:
    360-752-8450
    Address:
    3028 Lindbergh Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    11/30/2017
    Pay Rate:
    $11.60
  • Substance Abuse Specialist - Whatcom County Human Resources
    Employer:
    Whatcom County Human Resources
    Whatcom County is hiring a part-time, 15 - 20 hours per week, temporary Substance Abuse Specialist for the Drug Court Program in Superior Court.

    The Substance Abuse Specialist works under general direction to provide assessment services to persons who have been arrested for offenses related to drugs or who are involved in dependency actions. The individual collects, develops and analyzes data and other information. Exercises independent judgment in performing assessments, analyzing problems, issues and situations; develops and implements recommendations. You will track activities and develop individualized education and treatment plans.

    Qualifications

    Must meet the qualifications of a Chemical Dependency Counselor as defined in WAC 440-22 and maintain qualified status.

    Emphasis on training, experience and background working with clients with co-occurring disorders preferred.

    MSW preferred.

    Must be registered with the Washington State Department of Health as a certified Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) as defined in WAC 246-811 and maintain current CDP status throughout employment.

    Must sign an agreement of permanent confidentiality covering all client-related information and follow 42 CFR, Part 2 of the Federal regulations and confidentiality.

    Must have no history or evidence of alcohol or other drug misuse for a period of three years immediately prior to the date of employment with the County, and no misuse of alcohol or other drugs while employed by the County.

    Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a valid driver's license at time of hire and throughout employment.

    Background check must meet County criteria.
    Hours:
    15-20 hours per week
    Contact:
    Human Resources
    Phone:
    360-778-5300
    Address:
    311 Grand Ave. Suite 107
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    11/19/2017
    Pay Rate:
    $23.47