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  • Crew Member - Washington Conservation Corps
    Employer:
    Washington Conservation Corps
    Organization: Washington Conservation Corps
    Position title: Crew Member (11-month positions)

    Description:
    Improve habitat for fish and wildlife, serve outdoors, and gain hands-on environmental skills by joining the Washington Conservation Corps! We are now recruiting AmeriCorps members on our crews located statewide, including positions in Whatcom County. With 52 field crew opportunities and an internship program, we offer a wide range of exciting, valuable opportunities in the environmental field.

    Develop your résumé: Learn trail building technique, help restore salmon habitat along rivers and streams, remove invasive species, and more! The WCC also provides high quality, career-transferable, paid trainings (such as Wilderness Advanced First Aid and Hazwoper).

    Gain college credits: Earn transferable college credits through our partnership with Walla Walla Community College. Six months or more with Washington Conservation Corps qualifies as Cooperative Work Experience (internship) credits through WWCC, or you can complete a WWCC class at a WCC training conference.

    Apply Online: www.ecology.wa.gov/wcc

    Qualifications: Must be 18-25 years old (age restrictions do not apply to Gulf War era II reservists, dependents, and veterans). Strong preference is given to Washington state residents.
    Pay: Members earn $11.50 hourly and receive an AmeriCorps Education Award of $5,920 (scholarship) upon successful completion of 11-month term and 1700 hours. Educational loan forbearance and health insurance are available.

    Start date: October 1, 2018.

    How to apply: Supervisors schedule interviews on a rolling basis, so apply online today! www.ecology.wa.gov/wcc

    Closing Date: 10/01/2018
    Hours:
    11-month positions
    Contact:
    Apply online: www.ecology.wa.gov/wcc
    City:
    Whatcom County
    Closes:
    10/1/2018
    Pay Rate:
    $11.50/ HR
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  • General
  • Crew Member - Washington Conservation Corps
    Employer:
    Washington Conservation Corps
    Organization: Washington Conservation Corps
    Position title: Crew Member (11-month positions)

    Description:
    Improve habitat for fish and wildlife, serve outdoors, and gain hands-on environmental skills by joining the Washington Conservation Corps! We are now recruiting AmeriCorps members on our crews located statewide, including positions in Whatcom County. With 52 field crew opportunities and an internship program, we offer a wide range of exciting, valuable opportunities in the environmental field.

    Develop your résumé: Learn trail building technique, help restore salmon habitat along rivers and streams, remove invasive species, and more! The WCC also provides high quality, career-transferable, paid trainings (such as Wilderness Advanced First Aid and Hazwoper).

    Gain college credits: Earn transferable college credits through our partnership with Walla Walla Community College. Six months or more with Washington Conservation Corps qualifies as Cooperative Work Experience (internship) credits through WWCC, or you can complete a WWCC class at a WCC training conference.

    Apply Online: www.ecology.wa.gov/wcc

    Qualifications: Must be 18-25 years old (age restrictions do not apply to Gulf War era II reservists, dependents, and veterans). Strong preference is given to Washington state residents.
    Pay: Members earn $11.50 hourly and receive an AmeriCorps Education Award of $5,920 (scholarship) upon successful completion of 11-month term and 1700 hours. Educational loan forbearance and health insurance are available.

    Start date: October 1, 2018.

    How to apply: Supervisors schedule interviews on a rolling basis, so apply online today! www.ecology.wa.gov/wcc

    Closing Date: 10/01/2018
    Hours:
    11-month positions
    Contact:
    Apply online: www.ecology.wa.gov/wcc
    City:
    Whatcom County
    Closes:
    10/1/2018
    Pay Rate:
    $11.50/ HR
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  • Off-Campus Jobs

    Business and Office
  • Accounting Assistant - Childcare Worldwide
    Employer:
    Childcare Worldwide
    A career where your talents and skills can operate in conjunction with your faith.
    Would you like to work for an organization that helps children step out of poverty and learn more about Jesus?

    About Us: Founded in 1981, Childcare Worldwide is a Christian child sponsorship ministry dedicated to sharing the gospel, providing hope, and developing the unlimited potential of impoverished children around the world. As a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) we consistently receive a four-star rating from Charity Navigator. While the ministry of Childcare Worldwide is motivated by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Childcare Worldwide provides services to those in need regardless of religious affiliation, lifestyle, or beliefs. You can read more about us on our webpage at www.childcareworldwide.org

    The Position: We’re looking for someone to assist the CFO with day to day accounting and finance related tasks. It is a job that requires experience with QuickBooks, Excel and Word; work experience with Accounts Payable while also possessing either a BA with an Accounting minor or an AA in Accounting. This is a full time position with a pay range of $15-$18 per hour, DOE. We offer a combination of vacation and sick time as well as dental/life/vision benefits.
    The Location: Childcare Worldwide is located close to downtown Bellingham and I-5 with plenty of onsite parking. We are also easily accessible via public transportation.
    Why Should You Apply? * You love research, spreadsheets, and opportunities to use your critical thinking skills. * You can manage and prioritize multiple tasks effectively. * You are able to accommodate the changing needs of the organization with relative ease. *You are detail oriented and have excellent communication skills. * You want to use your accounting knowledge and experience to make a difference in the lives of children around the world. Interested? Please submit a cover letter explaining your interest and experience along with a resume today to info@childcareworldwide.org
    Contact:
    info@childcareworldwide.org
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/18/2018
    Pay Rate:
    15-18
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  • Dental
  • Dental Assistant - Dr. Paul Halgren, DDS, MSD
    Employer:
    Dr. Paul Halgren, DDS, MSD
    We are an established and thriving orthodontic office in Mount Vernon that provides an exceptional experience to patients in a warm, fun environment with cutting-edge technology. We are looking for an extraordinary individual to join our team full time as a clinical orthodontic/dental assistant. We are looking for someone who is quick to laugh and committed to a career in orthodontics. Pay based upon experience. Registered dental assistants welcome to apply!

    Please submit your resume and cover letter to info@halgrenorthodontics.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    info@halgrenorthodontics.com
    City:
    Mt. Vernon
    Closes:
    10/12/2018
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  • Electronics, Instrumentation and Process Tech
  • Instrument Technician - Imerys
    Employer:
    Imerys
    IMERYS Performance Additives-North America (PANA) division is seeking Instrument Technician at our Three Forks, MT location near Bozeman, MT. The ideal candidate will support the locations health, safety, environmental and quality programs (HSEQ) by participating in their implementation, maintenance, and enforcement as well as compliance with corporate programs and policies.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    * Must be capable of learning operational equipment process flow and understands how equipment interlocking works.
    * Thorough understanding of installation, repair, programming, maintenance and replacement of control components including: Rockwell PLC processors, PLC-, SLC-500 , Control Logix; A/B Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) ,1336 , Powerflex; Soft Starters; FANUC Robotic servos and servo drives
    * knowledge of installation, configuration, programming, troubleshooting repair and calibration of the following instrumentation equipment: Analog and Digital Transmitters; Load Cells ; Positioners
    * knowledge of Microsoft products including , Microsoft Windows and Google packages
    * Proficient in ACAD with complete drawing capabilities.
    * Understands A/B RSView, Line Performance and Historian control system software.
    * Understanding of various network communications protocols including Ethernet, Data Highway, DeviceNet and ControlNet.
    * Demonstrates an ability to efficiently operate the personal computer systems as well and the control system computer systems.
    * Ability to read and understand blueprints, sketches, wiring diagrams, and equipment cut sheets as well as understand verbal instructions set forth.
    * Operates equipment to move machines.
    * Diagnoses electrical problems and recommends appropriate action.
    * Responds to call-outs on an as needed basis to keep operational equipment operating.
    * Adjusts, calibrates, aligns and modifies circuitry, components and equipment recording performance by using oscilloscope, signal generator, ammeter, multimeter, voltmeter, or other appropriate electrical equipment.
    * Maintains records, assigned work area(s).
    * Requisitions necessary parts and supplies within appropriate authority level or informs supervisor if items are above authority level.
    * Applies electronic theory and principles, testing procedures and engineering math to design, build or modify equipment at any location.
    * Demonstrates solid level of proficiency in computer operation and program applications.
    * Attends and successfully completes all training necessary to maintain proper knowledge in performing the duties of this position (i.e., Rockwell products training, VFD operation and set-up, FANUC, vendor sponsored classes, etc.).
    * May be required to instruct or assist in the instruction or training of others.
    * Assists Mill Superintendent with planning and preparation activities related to maintenance repair work and special projects, including, but not necessarily limited to, design and/or layout, parts procurement, and estimated downtime requirements.
    * Assists with special projects, as assigned.
    * Performs project-related work as part of normal day-to-day activities in order to accomplish location goals and objectives.
    * Provides technical assistance and support to plant problem-solving activities involving quality, production, environmental, maintenance, and/or change management issues.
    * Assists in analyzing equipment failures, investigating problems and offering solutions.

    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

    * Three to Five years related experience in manufacturing or milling environment preferred.
    * Preferred Associates Degree in Instrumentation Technology
    * Preferred certified Instrument Technician as defined by ISA (International Society of Automation).
    * Will acquire ISA Instrument Technician certification if not currently held. * Preferred MSHA Electrical certification

    Works shifts, weekends, callouts and overtime as needed.

    How to apply:https://imerys.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/IMERYS-Careers/job/Three-Forks-Montana/Instrument-Technician_REQ-01038-1
    Hours:
    See post
    Contact:
    See Post
    City:
    Three Forks
    Zip:
    MN
    Closes:
    9/30/2018
    Pay Rate:
    $33.78/HR
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  • Fisheries
  • Hatchery Manager - Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
    Employer:
    Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
    All positions with the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians are Indian Preference in Hiring, in accordance with P.L. 93-638

    TITLE: Hatchery Manager
    STATUS: Full Time Exempt
    LOCATION: Harvey Creek and Brenner Creek Hatcheries
    GRADE: $67,691
    REPORTS TO: Director of Natural Resources
    OPEN: 7/1/18
    CLOSES: When Filled


    SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS
    The Hatchery Manager for the Stillaguamish Tribe is responsible for all aspects of daily hatchery operations and fish culture activities for the Tribe’s two hatchery facilities. These facilities include conservation and enhancement programs for Stillaguamish summer Chinook, fall Coho and fall Chum, and a captive brood program for fall Chinook. Total hatchery releases are approximately 500,000 smolts per year. The position entails a broad range of responsibilities, including but not limited to; oversight of all life stages from in-river broodstocking efforts through both seining and passive trapping, fish transport, spawning, incubating, rearing, tagging and release. The position is responsible for sampling protocols, data collection, tabulation and entry of hatchery records into department database, quality assurance of data, and producing required reports. The position has supervisory responsibility over a current staff of three, with the potential for future growth. This includes conducting performance evaluations, approving timesheets, travel requests and training.
    This position will work with the Enhancement Biologist and the Director of Natural Resources to develop and adhere to an annual budget and annual grant proposals. The position also will provide input regarding staff scheduling, activities and efficiencies relative to the successful completion of hatchery undertakings, including the development, updating and implementing of safety guidelines, policies and procedures. Along with the rest of the Natural Resources Department, this position works to protect and enhance the Tribe’s treaty protected rights.

    * Fish Culture: Ensure that program fish are well cared for, as would befit a hatchery program with a quality reputation. Collect and spawn adult returners for broodstock for the Tribe’s conservation hatchery programs. Rear offspring from fertilized egg to smolt release, including laying and picking eggs, feeding juveniles, monitoring brood fish health in coordination with Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (NWIFC) staff, administration of pond treatments as needed, cleaning fish rearing structures, and monitor and maintain water intake and filtration. Professionally engage in co-manager coordination with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Whitehorse Ponds facility. Confer with Enhancement Biologist and other fishery personnel to obtain data concerning fish habits, food, and environmental requirements.

    * Mass Marking: Coordinate with NWIFC to implant juveniles with coded-wire tags and clip adipose fins for certain species, with retention sampling post marking. Also, coordinate and perform coded wire tag sampling and dissection, and fish scale collection on all adult broodstock. Confer with Harvest Fisheries Biologist and other fishery personnel for recovery procedures, department data requirements and smolt release reporting.

    * Personnel Management: Supervise hatchery technicians and ensure all hatchery activities are being completed on time and within budget. This position serves as a role model and mentor to hatchery technicians. This means setting a positive, professional example, and sharing knowledge and experience to ensure an efficient and effective team. Perform typical personnel management activities such as performance evaluations, disciplinary actions if needed, approval of timesheets, travel and training requests, and developing work schedules including covering weekends and holidays. All personnel management activities will be performed in partnership with the Director of Natural Resources.

    * Data Management: Ensure that all hatchery staff are recording and maintaining quality data on fish handling, health and maintenance, including entry into a Microsoft Access database. Perform data entry efficiently and accurately, with attention to detail on entered data against original copy, with ability to ensure accurate, controlled data. Execute data standards and procedures to ensure legally defensible data. Develop in-house operations forms, sampling project data sheets and procedures, and assist in developing department database interface as required. Confer with Natural Resources Database Manager for data standards and procedures.

    * Fiscal Management: This position is responsible for ensuring their project expenditures do not exceed budget. It is also responsible for informing the annual department budget and annual grant proposals for capital expenditures and facility improvements. This position is also responsible for obtaining the equipment and supplies necessary to complete assigned projects as per the Tribe’s procurement policy.

    * Facility Management: Monitors water flow and quality parameters; takes water samples and readings; maintains proper water flow and rearing environments; responds to alarms; monitors and maintains facility support systems; actively identifies safety hazards and takes action or recommends remedies as appropriate. Maintains, constructs, and performs minor repairs to ponds and walkways, fish feeders, egg trays, and screens. Maintains and repairs hatchery buildings, hatchery equipment, lawn mowers, power tools, roads, and trails. Assist with the maintenance of the hatchery facilities and grounds. Performs maintenance work, and operates equipment and the use of small hand tools.

    * Project Management: This position is responsible for scoping and designing assigned projects, and for ensuring the successful execution. Projects will include construction of capital improvements, hatchery facility repairs, etc.

    * Policies and Procedures: Determines, administers, and executes policies relating to safety, administration, standards of hatchery operations, and facility maintenance. Responsible for the development, implementation and updating of all policies and procedures related to the hatchery program.

    * Public Relations: Meets the public, maintains public relations, answers questions, and conducts hatchery tours for school groups. Responds to/answers questions from visitors or outside entities in a polite professional manner.

    * Administrative duties.

    * All other duties as assigned.


      REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    * Knowledge of treaty fishing rights including compliance with U.S. vs. Washington, Civil 9213, and subsequent orders. Basic knowledge of the Stillaguamish Tribe and its Natural Resources programs.
    * Ability to supervise and mentor staff.
    * Knowledge of the life history and specialized needs of Pacific Northwest salmonids.
    * Experience in fish culture and hatchery operations. Mass marking experience preferred.
    * Knowledge of the methods and techniques for collecting scientifically credible data related to fish hatchery management.
    * Knowledge of the use of specialized equipment specific to fish hatchery work (fork lifts, tilt bed trucks etc.) and ability to improvise solutions related to malfunctioning and/or faulty equipment.
    * Must be able to organize time, solve problems and carry out duties with a minimum of supervision and work cooperatively with other staff.
    * Proficiency with computers, Microsoft Office suite (including Word, Excel and Outlook) and use of the internet. Experience with Microsoft Access preferred.
    * Skill in operating and maintaining fish hatchery equipment (such as filters and pumps), small handheld power tools, farm equipment (such as tractors and mowers), and hatchery vehicles.
    * Knowledge and ability in basic carpentry, plumbing and electrical preferred.
    * Ability to perform physically demanding tasks, including lifting and carrying supplies and materials up to 50 pounds and working in inclement weather conditions.
    * Required to work irregular hours including some weekends and holidays, and ability to adjust to changing schedules. Position will include rotating weekend and holiday shifts.
    * Ability to respond to emergencies and on call situations within 30 minutes. This position should reside in, or be willing to relocate to, the Arlington or Granite Falls area to ensure appropriate response time. There is no onsite housing provided.
    * Ability to represent the Tribe professionally when interacting with the public, Tribal members, other Tribal technical staff and other agency personnel.
    * Ability to express ideas effectively, both orally and in writing and ability to write narrative reports in a clear and succinct manner.
    * Ability to maintain a positive attitude, strong work ethic with great attention to detail, and a strong interest in natural resource management.
    * Ability to drive a motor vehicle. Ability to obtain a Washington State Drivers License and qualify for Tribal Motor Vehicle Insurance.
    * Graduation from an accredited 2 year college with an Associate degree focusing on fish culture (or related field) AND 5 years of related fisheries experience, at least 2 years in a hatchery environment and at least 2 years supervising personnel.


      DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
    Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians has a “Drug Free Workplace Policy” and will conduct Pre-Employment Drug Testing.


    REQUIRED EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION PACKET MATERIAL
    * Complete Tribal Employment application. Online at Stillaguamish.com
    * Cover letter explaining your qualifications and experience relevant to the functions of this position.
    * Personal resume identifying your qualifications and experiences relevant to the functions of this position.

    APPLICANT RESPONSIBILITY
    It is the absolute responsibility of the applicant to provide sufficient evidence to show he/she fully meets the position requirements.

    OBTAIN AND SUBMIT RESUME, COVER LETTER AND APPLICATION TO
    Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
    Attn: Human Resources
    P.O. Box 277
    3322 236th Street NE
    Arlington WA 98223
    Hours:
    Full-time
    Contact:
    Jimille Smith: jimilles@stillaguamish.com
    Phone:
    (360) 652-7362x 3042
    City:
    Arlington
    Zip:
    98223
    Closes:
    10/18/2018
    Pay Rate:
    $67,691
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  • General
  • Cleaning / Odd Job Tech - Greg Aanes Furniture (also dba NWchairs.com)
    Employer:
    Greg Aanes Furniture (also dba NWchairs.com)
    Located in central Bellingham we are a unique hardwood furniture maker. With a complete line of our designed furniture (as you can see on our website), we have been in business under the same ownership since 1980. Ownership has remained the same during this entire time, and Greg still loves being in the shop when possible. We have been a “lean” shop for nearly thirty years and discovered the sweet spots for our operation, both in efficiency and quality. Typically four to five people work in the 7000 sq foot shop space, and while everyone has their specialties, we all do everything at one time or another.

    Currently the shop team needs an entry level cleaning/odd job tech which is the best way to work into this business. While some theoretical learning is crucial to woodworking, experiential learning is what creates a master. And the best way to start down this road is to work in a team, taking on progressively more challenging tasks as the basic tasks are mastered. We are on the lookout for that specific person with a passion for wood and design, a desire to work with your hands, and a knack for being creative.

    A full time position is where the learning occurs and we are open to this with the right person. It involves starting from the bottom and working your way up, the same way everyone here has achieved their levels of expertise.

    We have also observed that becoming at one with your work also depends on exploring the common and unforeseen problems which always arise. Experienced mentors are indispensable. And working on your own projects and designs on your own time is fundamental. To this end you will have a modern fully equipped shop and supply of hardwoods (at cost) available for after hours projects.

    This year has seen us move away from the wholesale manufacturing of chairs and into direct retail sales for 80% of our work.

    Our work week is Monday through Friday from 7-3:30, at the choice of the team. Once a person is accomplished a small amount of flex time is possible.

    Health Insurance, HSA, pension participation available.

    The people who make up Greg Aanes Furniture – from craftsmen to those who support the craft – truly love what they do. Our employees are our greatest endowment, so treating every employee with respect and integrity is vital to our shared humanity.

    Send your resume or stop by (with an appointment only) to greg@nwchairs.com.
    Hours:
    M-F 7-3:30
    Contact:
    greg@nwchairs.com
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/18/2018
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  • Mt. Baker Ski Area Lift Attendant - Mt. Baker Ski Area, Inc.
    Employer:
    Mt. Baker Ski Area, Inc.
    General Responsibilities: • Monitor passengers use of chair lifts in assigned areas and respond to unusual occurrences as trained • Provide friendly and respectful customer service • Have a working knowledge of: o Mt. Baker Ski Area mountain policies and procedures o Familiarity of ski area facilities and services available • Perform duties as trained Qualifications: • Must be 18 years or older • Successful completion of Lift Attendant training by an authorized Mt. Baker Ski Area trainer
    General Physical Requirements: *Ability to work outside in inclement winter weather *Bending, twisting, lifting and moving items throughout the day *Ability to lift and move 50 pounds (or more depending on task) *Standing and or sitting for long periods *Climbing and descending stairs *Shoveling and moving snow * Standing and walking on compact snow and ice *Perform repetitive tasks as necessary
    Number of Positions Available & Approximate Hours: Seasonal Part Time: 8 (14-20 hrs/wk, typically 2-4 days/wk) Seasonal Variable Hour: 40 (30-40 hrs/wk, typically 3-5+ days/wk)
    Starting Pay Rate: $11.50 / $12.00 on Jan 1, 2019 with increases for experience, merit and tenure possible Potential Bonus: $0.50 / hour, details available at interview
    Benefits: Paid sick leave Off-duty skiing and riding privileges at Mt. Baker Ski Area with your employee ID 4 discounted lift tickets for your friends and family with NO BLACKOUT DATES Ski or ride for free at other ski areas participating in the exchange program Free employee shuttle from designated locations to the ski area and back on days you work Free made-to-order breakfast and sack lunch on days you work Discounts on food in the day lodge any day Discounts on retail items, equipment rentals, repairs, and instruction Consideration for employee housing access upon approval
    Job Term: This is a winter season position starting with Orientation and Training weekend on November 3rd - 4th and full normal schedule beginning when the ski area opens for operation, typically mid to late November. A typical work day is a 7-hour day from 8:00am to 4:00pm.
    This job information is meant as a general overview; more complete information regarding duties, responsibilities, and qualifications associated with the job are reviewed in training. Information here is subject to change.
    Hours:
    8 am - 4 pm
    Contact:
    Christin Clawson
    Phone:
    3607346771
    Closes:
    10/31/2018
    Pay Rate:
    $11.50 +
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  • Healthcare
  • Medical Assistant - Certified (MA-C) - Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood
    Employer:
    Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood
    Who We Are Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood (MBPP) is a non-profit family planning agency and a leader in reproductive healthcare, advocacy, and education in the state of Washington. We provide high-quality, affordable reproductive health care for women, men, and teens in 3 health centers in Northwest Washington.

    At MBPP, care is much more than the services we provide; it’s the way we approach our world. We care with respect and are passionate about helping women, men, and young people lead healthy lives.

    Basic Responsibilities The MA-C is responsible for providing technical and clinical support to medical providers, providing patient education, performing routine and specialized lab tests in accordance with RCW 18.360.050. Essential Functions Patient care Provides high quality nursing care in accordance with infection and exposure control procedures, Planned Parenthood standards and guidelines, all applicable regulatory guidelines, accepted standards of nursing care and MBPP policies and procedures. Provides non-discriminatory medical service to all patients regardless of race, color, creed, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, or HIV status. Informs patients in a non-directive manner of all options available to them in the event of an unintended pregnancy and makes a referral for service based on the patient need. Describes the difference between medication and surgical abortion services. Educates patients on all FDA approved birth control methods including Emergency Contraception. Provides specific instruction on the client's selected birth control method. Prepares patients for exam for any MBPP procedure performed by a clinician; includes performance of appropriate tests and measures, completion of forms, chart documentation, and appropriate patient education. Administers injections, performs phlebotomy, and conducts routine lab tests, under direction of clinician. Assists clinician during surgical procedures including abortion, vasectomy, colposcopy, and LEEP, Implanon, and IUD inserts. Maintains a sterile field. Assists with provision of medication abortions. Follows all state laws governing abortion services. Performs macroscopic exam of tissue post-surgery. Provides patient care during nursing visits Provides patient education, pregnancy options counseling, HIV pre and post test counseling, surgical and medication abortion counseling, and sterilization counseling. Triages patient telephone calls under direction of clinician. Provides referrals and follow-up in accordance with MBPP policies and procedures and under clinician guidance. Processes medication re-fills requests in a timely manner. General duties Ensures safe opening and closing of clinic as assigned. Adhere to affiliate goals and policies on professionalism, wait time in-clinic and on the phone, and the system for addressing client complaints. Participates in the orientation and training of clinical support staff as assigned Ensures appropriate logs and forms are completed at all times and prepare reports as assigned. Sterilizes instruments, disinfects equipment, and performs routine equipment tests in accordance with MBPP policies and procedures. Stocks and cleans exam rooms. Assists with Quality Assurance, Risk Management, safety and security as assigned. Compiles supply orders and submits to appropriate staff to ensure all needed supplies are on-site at all times. Ensures smooth flow of clinic operations, including troubleshooting of backlogs and proposal of ideas to improve clinic operations. Keeps management informed of needs and concerns. Responsible for communicating positively and holds self and team members accountable; does not participate in destructive gossip and works to increase team spirit. Reads agency email daily and responds appropriately. Abides by all MBPP policies and procedures regarding patient privacy and confidentiality. Qualifications GED or High school diploma Required Current Washington State Medical Assistant Certification and CPR Certification Ability to read, write, speak, hear and understand English is required. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Flexibility in work schedule is required, including working early morning, evenings, and Saturdays at any of MBPP's locations as assigned. Successful completion of a criminal background check. Support of the mission and philosophy of Planned Parenthood. Knowledge, skills, and abilities Knowledge of basic medical assisting principles. 1-2 years applicable work experience preferred. Knowledge of infection control, universal precautions, safety, and patient confidentiality. Knowledge of medical charting, EMR. Knowledge of family planning and reproductive health topics. Excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize work appropriately. Ability to work effectively as part of a team and work efficiently in a fast paced, stressful, and dynamic environment. Ability to respond quickly in an emergency. Ability to communicate knowledge of profession in caring, substantive manner. Skill in surgical assisting preferred. Working Conditions/Physical Demands Requires hand-eye coordination; finger dexterity, corrected visual acuity and a combination of sitting, standing, climbing, stooping, balancing, kneeling, crouching, crawling; carrying, pushing, pulling lifting moderately heavy objects and materials of 20-30 pounds; may occasionally be required to exert heavy physical effort involving heavier objects and materials up to 50 pounds with assistance. Exposure to routine office conditions as well as adverse environmental conditions such as dust, temperature and noise extremes, running, odors, wetness, and vibrations. May be exposed to blood borne pathogens (BBP) and/or other infectious materials (OPIM) in the health center environment. Variable hours to include some evenings and weekends Why Work at MBPP? In addition to competitive wages and a comprehensive benefit package, being part of the MBPP team means providing all Washingtonians with the opportunity to move through their reproductive lives as safely, confidently, and healthily as possible. Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, marital status, age, veterans’ status, genetic information, disability, pregnancy or union activity. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request. MBPP is pleased to provide such assistance, and no applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request.
    Hours:
    24-32 a week
    Contact:
    Erica Huffman
    Phone:
    360.603.7710
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    10/19/2018
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  • Surgical Technologist - Skagit Northwest Orthopedics
    Employer:
    Skagit Northwest Orthopedics
    Skagit Northwest Orthopedics Surgery Center, Mount Vernon WA is currently recruiting for an experienced full-time Surgical Technologist (CST). The ideal candidate a graduate from an accredited school of Surgical Technology, be a Certified Surgical Technologist, have BLS, orthopedic and sterile processing experience preferred. We offer state of the art equipment, a fast paced environment, highly motivated staff, with no weekends, holidays or call and a complete benefit package. Qualified applicants are asked to submit resumes to k.hammer@proliancesurgeons.com or fax to 360-424-2428.
    Contact:
    k.hammer@proliancesurgeons.com
    City:
    Mt Vernon
    Closes:
    10/10/2018
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  • Industrial Technology
  • Instrument Technician - Imerys
    Employer:
    Imerys
    IMERYS Performance Additives-North America (PANA) division is seeking Instrument Technician at our Three Forks, MT location near Bozeman, MT. The ideal candidate will support the locations health, safety, environmental and quality programs (HSEQ) by participating in their implementation, maintenance, and enforcement as well as compliance with corporate programs and policies.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    * Must be capable of learning operational equipment process flow and understands how equipment interlocking works.
    * Thorough understanding of installation, repair, programming, maintenance and replacement of control components including: Rockwell PLC processors, PLC-, SLC-500 , Control Logix; A/B Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) ,1336 , Powerflex; Soft Starters; FANUC Robotic servos and servo drives
    * knowledge of installation, configuration, programming, troubleshooting repair and calibration of the following instrumentation equipment: Analog and Digital Transmitters; Load Cells ; Positioners
    * knowledge of Microsoft products including , Microsoft Windows and Google packages
    * Proficient in ACAD with complete drawing capabilities.
    * Understands A/B RSView, Line Performance and Historian control system software.
    * Understanding of various network communications protocols including Ethernet, Data Highway, DeviceNet and ControlNet.
    * Demonstrates an ability to efficiently operate the personal computer systems as well and the control system computer systems.
    * Ability to read and understand blueprints, sketches, wiring diagrams, and equipment cut sheets as well as understand verbal instructions set forth.
    * Operates equipment to move machines.
    * Diagnoses electrical problems and recommends appropriate action.
    * Responds to call-outs on an as needed basis to keep operational equipment operating.
    * Adjusts, calibrates, aligns and modifies circuitry, components and equipment recording performance by using oscilloscope, signal generator, ammeter, multimeter, voltmeter, or other appropriate electrical equipment.
    * Maintains records, assigned work area(s).
    * Requisitions necessary parts and supplies within appropriate authority level or informs supervisor if items are above authority level.
    * Applies electronic theory and principles, testing procedures and engineering math to design, build or modify equipment at any location.
    * Demonstrates solid level of proficiency in computer operation and program applications.
    * Attends and successfully completes all training necessary to maintain proper knowledge in performing the duties of this position (i.e., Rockwell products training, VFD operation and set-up, FANUC, vendor sponsored classes, etc.).
    * May be required to instruct or assist in the instruction or training of others.
    * Assists Mill Superintendent with planning and preparation activities related to maintenance repair work and special projects, including, but not necessarily limited to, design and/or layout, parts procurement, and estimated downtime requirements.
    * Assists with special projects, as assigned.
    * Performs project-related work as part of normal day-to-day activities in order to accomplish location goals and objectives.
    * Provides technical assistance and support to plant problem-solving activities involving quality, production, environmental, maintenance, and/or change management issues.
    * Assists in analyzing equipment failures, investigating problems and offering solutions.

    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

    * Three to Five years related experience in manufacturing or milling environment preferred.
    * Preferred Associates Degree in Instrumentation Technology
    * Preferred certified Instrument Technician as defined by ISA (International Society of Automation).
    * Will acquire ISA Instrument Technician certification if not currently held. * Preferred MSHA Electrical certification

    Works shifts, weekends, callouts and overtime as needed.

    How to apply:https://imerys.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/IMERYS-Careers/job/Three-Forks-Montana/Instrument-Technician_REQ-01038-1
    Hours:
    See post
    Contact:
    See Post
    City:
    Three Forks
    Zip:
    MN
    Closes:
    9/30/2018
    Pay Rate:
    $33.78/HR
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  • Electrician - Imerys
    Employer:
    Imerys
    Imerys Performance Additives North America (PANA) division is seeking a Sappington location based 15 miles outside of Three Forks, MT. The ideal candidate will support the locations health, safety, environmental and quality programs (HSEQ) by participating in their implementation, maintenance, and enforcement as well as compliance with corporate programs and policies. The Electrician is a key operations support role that is required to work with all departments at Sappington and other Montana sites. This role works effectively with the Plant Supervisor, Sr. Electrician, Maintenance, Production, HSEQ. This role works effectively to maintain all electrical and control systems within the Sappington Mill Operations. This role will work as needed with outside contractors in maintenance, design, and construction of all electrical and control related systems within the Sappington Operation.

    JOB SUMMARY/PURPOSE
    * Promote a culture of excellence through fully implementing all QEHS programs, demonstrating personal ownership and accountability, and supporting continuous improvement programs
    * Work alongside the Senior Electrician to maintain all electrical and control systems within the plant, this includes programming and maintaining plant control systems (PLC/HMI)
    * Work alongside mechanical and electrical staff to ensure work is completed safely, efficiently, and to acceptable levels of workmanship.

    KEY TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    * Fully supports location health, safety, environmental and quality programs (HSEQ) by participating in their implementation, maintenance and enforcement as well as compliance with corporate programs and policies.
    * Safely performs layout, installation, repair, maintenance and replacement of electrical components, PLC and electronic circuits, such as controls, motors, transformers, switchboards, and instruments.
    * Troubleshoots and diagnoses electrical problems and corrects by repairing, replacing or recommending other appropriate action. (Diagnoses equipment by using ammeter, multi-meter, voltmeter, infrared thermography, or other appropriate equipment.)
    * Applies electronic theory and principles, testing procedures and engineering math to design, build or modify equipment.
    * Provides technical assistance and support to plant problem-solving activities involving quality, production, environmental, maintenance, and/or change management issues.
    * Assists in analyzing equipment failures, investigating problems and offering solutions.
    * Troubleshoots, modifies, and codes new functions in PLC & HMI Systems.
    * Demonstrates solid level of proficiency in computer operation and program applications.
    * Runs wire, cable, and conduit. Connects power sources and installs switch panels, junction boxes, control panels, etc.
    * Assists with special projects and works with outside contractors, as assigned.
    * Performs electrical calibrations on various plant equipment
    * Utilizes a Computerized Managed Maintenance System (CMMS) to record part usage, description of work performed, hours, etc.
    * Requisitions necessary parts and supplies within appropriate authority level or informs supervisor if items are above authority level.
    * Maintains up-to-date knowledge needed to competently perform the duties of this position, including the successful completion of any necessary training (PLC software/hardware updates and vendor sponsored classes).
    * Required to respond to call-outs in emergencies.
    * Assists with mechanical maintenance as needed.


    JOB SPECIFICATIONS

    Education and Experience requirements:
    * High School Diploma or GED (Associates Degree or higher level degree in electrical engineering, industrial electronics or other electrical-related technical discipline preferred).
    * Three to five years related-experience in industrial manufacturing or milling environment.
    * State electrical license (not limited to Montana), OSHA or MSHA electrical certification, or other formal training or electrical certification.

    Knowledge, skills, abilities and other characteristics:
    * Ability to troubleshoot, repair and maintain electrical components, electronic circuits and PLC controls in crushing, milling, packaging, and material handling equipment; blowers and fans; air compressors; air dryers; pumps; and rotary airlocks.
    * Ability to read and interpret documents such as electrical and mechanical repair manuals, structural drawings, technical procedures, and safety manuals.
    * Ability to demonstrate problem-solving skills involving plant electrical issues and effectively utilize computer applications.
    * Ability to troubleshoot, program, and design PLC/HMI systems.
    * Must possess strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills.
    * Must utilize good communication and interpersonal skills to safely and efficiently meet goals and objectives of the location.
    * Must be willing to work overtime and accept maintenance call-outs including the Possibility of shift work.
    * Must be willing to travel to other Montana Operations to assist as needed.
    * Outdoor work in all weather conditions.
    * Must be willing and able to work across a multi-disciplined team to solve complex issues within the plant.

    How to apply: https://imerys.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/Imerys_Career2/job/Three-Forks-Montana---Sappington-Mill/Electrician_REQ-00964
    Hours:
    See post
    Contact:
    See Post
    City:
    Three Forks
    Zip:
    MT
    Closes:
    9/30/2018
    Pay Rate:
    TBD
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  • Environmental Field Technician - ERM
    Employer:
    ERM
    ERM is seeking a hands-on Environmental Field Technician to join our environmental consulting firm in Portland, OR. In this role, you will conduct field work according to work plans, Health and Safety plans, and Standard Operating Procedures for site investigation, remediation, and environmental construction projects at industrial sites throughout Oregon and Washington and across North America, as needed. This is a great career opportunity for a field professional looking to support ERM’s Contaminated Site Management technical team as you build a rewarding career with a global environmental leader committed to a strong health & safety culture.

    RESPONSIBILITIES: *Operate and maintain groundwater treatment, wastewater treatment, and soil vapor extraction systems. *Perform maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, and installation of mechanical systems associated with site remediation and industrial wastewater treatment systems. *Conduct field work, including soil, sediment, ground water, and surface water sampling and monitoring Perform field measurements and calculations. *Record and compile field data. * Perform assigned office duties, such as data entry, borehole logs, statistical analysis, graphical presentation of data, report writing, and field program cost estimating. * Ensure safety of oneself and one's team members during project operations. *Coordinate and communicate with client representatives, subcontractors, and ERM employees.

    REQUIREMENTS: *Two-year technical degree in the field of engineering, environmental monitoring, wastewater treatment, or equivalent preferred. *A minimum of two years of hands-on field experience, including familiarity / experience with treatment system operation or soil and groundwater sampling techniques and field procedures. *Ability to independently complete field assignments and summarize data for investigation reports. * Willingness/interest in field assignments and traveling to project sites. *Computer literacy, including proficient MS Office skills. *Strong commitment to safety, including following established Health and Safety protocols. * Strong initiative (self-starter), problem-solving and communication skills, and attention to detail and QA/QC. * Valid driver’s license and a good driving record. *40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER certification a plus. *Wastewater treatment operator certification a plus

    Please submit your resume and brief cover letter. https://erm.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/ERM_Careers/job/Portland/Enviromental-Field-Techinician-Water-Treatment-System-Operator--Entry-Level-_R00001264 Qualified candidates will be contacted by email, and requested to complete a video questionnaire. Based on review of these responses, shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews. Thank you for your interest in ERM! ERM does not accept recruiting agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to our jobs alias, ERM employees or any other company location. ERM is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.
    Contact:
    Juliana Grael
    Phone:
    925.945.0455
    Closes:
    11/17/2018
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  • Work Study Positions - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Registration, Financial Aid and Student Life have Work Study positions open for interested students. Initially to qualify, you must have a completed FAFSA application on file, have room in your financial aid budget, be in good standing- at least a 2.0, enrolled in an aid eligible program, enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits AND be 18 years of age. Please stop by the Financial Aid Office and pick up a Work Study Application. Fill out the application completely in blue or black ink. Incomplete or missing information and applications completed in pencil will not be reviewed for consideration.
    Hours:
    Varies depending on your schedule
    Contact:
    Cathy McClellan
    Phone:
    360.752.8374
    Address:
    3028 Lindbergh Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    10/19/2018
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  • Instrument Technician - Imerys
    Employer:
    Imerys
    IMERYS Performance Additives-North America (PANA) division is seeking Instrument Technician at our Three Forks, MT location near Bozeman, MT. The ideal candidate will support the locations health, safety, environmental and quality programs (HSEQ) by participating in their implementation, maintenance, and enforcement as well as compliance with corporate programs and policies.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    * Must be capable of learning operational equipment process flow and understands how equipment interlocking works.
    * Thorough understanding of installation, repair, programming, maintenance and replacement of control components including: Rockwell PLC processors, PLC-, SLC-500 , Control Logix; A/B Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) ,1336 , Powerflex; Soft Starters; FANUC Robotic servos and servo drives
    * knowledge of installation, configuration, programming, troubleshooting repair and calibration of the following instrumentation equipment: Analog and Digital Transmitters; Load Cells ; Positioners
    * knowledge of Microsoft products including , Microsoft Windows and Google packages
    * Proficient in ACAD with complete drawing capabilities.
    * Understands A/B RSView, Line Performance and Historian control system software.
    * Understanding of various network communications protocols including Ethernet, Data Highway, DeviceNet and ControlNet.
    * Demonstrates an ability to efficiently operate the personal computer systems as well and the control system computer systems.
    * Ability to read and understand blueprints, sketches, wiring diagrams, and equipment cut sheets as well as understand verbal instructions set forth.
    * Operates equipment to move machines.
    * Diagnoses electrical problems and recommends appropriate action.
    * Responds to call-outs on an as needed basis to keep operational equipment operating.
    * Adjusts, calibrates, aligns and modifies circuitry, components and equipment recording performance by using oscilloscope, signal generator, ammeter, multimeter, voltmeter, or other appropriate electrical equipment.
    * Maintains records, assigned work area(s).
    * Requisitions necessary parts and supplies within appropriate authority level or informs supervisor if items are above authority level.
    * Applies electronic theory and principles, testing procedures and engineering math to design, build or modify equipment at any location.
    * Demonstrates solid level of proficiency in computer operation and program applications.
    * Attends and successfully completes all training necessary to maintain proper knowledge in performing the duties of this position (i.e., Rockwell products training, VFD operation and set-up, FANUC, vendor sponsored classes, etc.).
    * May be required to instruct or assist in the instruction or training of others.
    * Assists Mill Superintendent with planning and preparation activities related to maintenance repair work and special projects, including, but not necessarily limited to, design and/or layout, parts procurement, and estimated downtime requirements.
    * Assists with special projects, as assigned.
    * Performs project-related work as part of normal day-to-day activities in order to accomplish location goals and objectives.
    * Provides technical assistance and support to plant problem-solving activities involving quality, production, environmental, maintenance, and/or change management issues.
    * Assists in analyzing equipment failures, investigating problems and offering solutions.

    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

    * Three to Five years related experience in manufacturing or milling environment preferred.
    * Preferred Associates Degree in Instrumentation Technology
    * Preferred certified Instrument Technician as defined by ISA (International Society of Automation).
    * Will acquire ISA Instrument Technician certification if not currently held. * Preferred MSHA Electrical certification

    Works shifts, weekends, callouts and overtime as needed.

    How to apply:https://imerys.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/IMERYS-Careers/job/Three-Forks-Montana/Instrument-Technician_REQ-01038-1
    Hours:
    See post
    Contact:
    See Post
    City:
    Three Forks
    Zip:
    MN
    Closes:
    9/30/2018
    Pay Rate:
    $33.78/HR
  • Accounting Assistant - Childcare Worldwide
    Employer:
    Childcare Worldwide
    A career where your talents and skills can operate in conjunction with your faith.
    Would you like to work for an organization that helps children step out of poverty and learn more about Jesus?

    About Us: Founded in 1981, Childcare Worldwide is a Christian child sponsorship ministry dedicated to sharing the gospel, providing hope, and developing the unlimited potential of impoverished children around the world. As a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) we consistently receive a four-star rating from Charity Navigator. While the ministry of Childcare Worldwide is motivated by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Childcare Worldwide provides services to those in need regardless of religious affiliation, lifestyle, or beliefs. You can read more about us on our webpage at www.childcareworldwide.org

    The Position: We’re looking for someone to assist the CFO with day to day accounting and finance related tasks. It is a job that requires experience with QuickBooks, Excel and Word; work experience with Accounts Payable while also possessing either a BA with an Accounting minor or an AA in Accounting. This is a full time position with a pay range of $15-$18 per hour, DOE. We offer a combination of vacation and sick time as well as dental/life/vision benefits.
    The Location: Childcare Worldwide is located close to downtown Bellingham and I-5 with plenty of onsite parking. We are also easily accessible via public transportation.
    Why Should You Apply? * You love research, spreadsheets, and opportunities to use your critical thinking skills. * You can manage and prioritize multiple tasks effectively. * You are able to accommodate the changing needs of the organization with relative ease. *You are detail oriented and have excellent communication skills. * You want to use your accounting knowledge and experience to make a difference in the lives of children around the world. Interested? Please submit a cover letter explaining your interest and experience along with a resume today to info@childcareworldwide.org
    Contact:
    info@childcareworldwide.org
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/18/2018
    Pay Rate:
    15-18
  • Cleaning / Odd Job Tech - Greg Aanes Furniture (also dba NWchairs.com)
    Employer:
    Greg Aanes Furniture (also dba NWchairs.com)
    Located in central Bellingham we are a unique hardwood furniture maker. With a complete line of our designed furniture (as you can see on our website), we have been in business under the same ownership since 1980. Ownership has remained the same during this entire time, and Greg still loves being in the shop when possible. We have been a “lean” shop for nearly thirty years and discovered the sweet spots for our operation, both in efficiency and quality. Typically four to five people work in the 7000 sq foot shop space, and while everyone has their specialties, we all do everything at one time or another.

    Currently the shop team needs an entry level cleaning/odd job tech which is the best way to work into this business. While some theoretical learning is crucial to woodworking, experiential learning is what creates a master. And the best way to start down this road is to work in a team, taking on progressively more challenging tasks as the basic tasks are mastered. We are on the lookout for that specific person with a passion for wood and design, a desire to work with your hands, and a knack for being creative.

    A full time position is where the learning occurs and we are open to this with the right person. It involves starting from the bottom and working your way up, the same way everyone here has achieved their levels of expertise.

    We have also observed that becoming at one with your work also depends on exploring the common and unforeseen problems which always arise. Experienced mentors are indispensable. And working on your own projects and designs on your own time is fundamental. To this end you will have a modern fully equipped shop and supply of hardwoods (at cost) available for after hours projects.

    This year has seen us move away from the wholesale manufacturing of chairs and into direct retail sales for 80% of our work.

    Our work week is Monday through Friday from 7-3:30, at the choice of the team. Once a person is accomplished a small amount of flex time is possible.

    Health Insurance, HSA, pension participation available.

    The people who make up Greg Aanes Furniture – from craftsmen to those who support the craft – truly love what they do. Our employees are our greatest endowment, so treating every employee with respect and integrity is vital to our shared humanity.

    Send your resume or stop by (with an appointment only) to greg@nwchairs.com.
    Hours:
    M-F 7-3:30
    Contact:
    greg@nwchairs.com
    City:
    Bellingham
    Closes:
    10/18/2018
  • Crew Member - Washington Conservation Corps
    Employer:
    Washington Conservation Corps
    Organization: Washington Conservation Corps
    Position title: Crew Member (11-month positions)

    Description:
    Improve habitat for fish and wildlife, serve outdoors, and gain hands-on environmental skills by joining the Washington Conservation Corps! We are now recruiting AmeriCorps members on our crews located statewide, including positions in Whatcom County. With 52 field crew opportunities and an internship program, we offer a wide range of exciting, valuable opportunities in the environmental field.

    Develop your résumé: Learn trail building technique, help restore salmon habitat along rivers and streams, remove invasive species, and more! The WCC also provides high quality, career-transferable, paid trainings (such as Wilderness Advanced First Aid and Hazwoper).

    Gain college credits: Earn transferable college credits through our partnership with Walla Walla Community College. Six months or more with Washington Conservation Corps qualifies as Cooperative Work Experience (internship) credits through WWCC, or you can complete a WWCC class at a WCC training conference.

    Apply Online: www.ecology.wa.gov/wcc

    Qualifications: Must be 18-25 years old (age restrictions do not apply to Gulf War era II reservists, dependents, and veterans). Strong preference is given to Washington state residents.
    Pay: Members earn $11.50 hourly and receive an AmeriCorps Education Award of $5,920 (scholarship) upon successful completion of 11-month term and 1700 hours. Educational loan forbearance and health insurance are available.

    Start date: October 1, 2018.

    How to apply: Supervisors schedule interviews on a rolling basis, so apply online today! www.ecology.wa.gov/wcc

    Closing Date: 10/01/2018
    Hours:
    11-month positions
    Contact:
    Apply online: www.ecology.wa.gov/wcc
    City:
    Whatcom County
    Closes:
    10/1/2018
    Pay Rate:
    $11.50/ HR
  • Dental Assistant - Dr. Paul Halgren, DDS, MSD
    Employer:
    Dr. Paul Halgren, DDS, MSD
    We are an established and thriving orthodontic office in Mount Vernon that provides an exceptional experience to patients in a warm, fun environment with cutting-edge technology. We are looking for an extraordinary individual to join our team full time as a clinical orthodontic/dental assistant. We are looking for someone who is quick to laugh and committed to a career in orthodontics. Pay based upon experience. Registered dental assistants welcome to apply!

    Please submit your resume and cover letter to info@halgrenorthodontics.com
    Hours:
    FT
    Contact:
    info@halgrenorthodontics.com
    City:
    Mt. Vernon
    Closes:
    10/12/2018
  • Electrician - Imerys
    Employer:
    Imerys
    Imerys Performance Additives North America (PANA) division is seeking a Sappington location based 15 miles outside of Three Forks, MT. The ideal candidate will support the locations health, safety, environmental and quality programs (HSEQ) by participating in their implementation, maintenance, and enforcement as well as compliance with corporate programs and policies. The Electrician is a key operations support role that is required to work with all departments at Sappington and other Montana sites. This role works effectively with the Plant Supervisor, Sr. Electrician, Maintenance, Production, HSEQ. This role works effectively to maintain all electrical and control systems within the Sappington Mill Operations. This role will work as needed with outside contractors in maintenance, design, and construction of all electrical and control related systems within the Sappington Operation.

    JOB SUMMARY/PURPOSE
    * Promote a culture of excellence through fully implementing all QEHS programs, demonstrating personal ownership and accountability, and supporting continuous improvement programs
    * Work alongside the Senior Electrician to maintain all electrical and control systems within the plant, this includes programming and maintaining plant control systems (PLC/HMI)
    * Work alongside mechanical and electrical staff to ensure work is completed safely, efficiently, and to acceptable levels of workmanship.

    KEY TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    * Fully supports location health, safety, environmental and quality programs (HSEQ) by participating in their implementation, maintenance and enforcement as well as compliance with corporate programs and policies.
    * Safely performs layout, installation, repair, maintenance and replacement of electrical components, PLC and electronic circuits, such as controls, motors, transformers, switchboards, and instruments.
    * Troubleshoots and diagnoses electrical problems and corrects by repairing, replacing or recommending other appropriate action. (Diagnoses equipment by using ammeter, multi-meter, voltmeter, infrared thermography, or other appropriate equipment.)
    * Applies electronic theory and principles, testing procedures and engineering math to design, build or modify equipment.
    * Provides technical assistance and support to plant problem-solving activities involving quality, production, environmental, maintenance, and/or change management issues.
    * Assists in analyzing equipment failures, investigating problems and offering solutions.
    * Troubleshoots, modifies, and codes new functions in PLC & HMI Systems.
    * Demonstrates solid level of proficiency in computer operation and program applications.
    * Runs wire, cable, and conduit. Connects power sources and installs switch panels, junction boxes, control panels, etc.
    * Assists with special projects and works with outside contractors, as assigned.
    * Performs electrical calibrations on various plant equipment
    * Utilizes a Computerized Managed Maintenance System (CMMS) to record part usage, description of work performed, hours, etc.
    * Requisitions necessary parts and supplies within appropriate authority level or informs supervisor if items are above authority level.
    * Maintains up-to-date knowledge needed to competently perform the duties of this position, including the successful completion of any necessary training (PLC software/hardware updates and vendor sponsored classes).
    * Required to respond to call-outs in emergencies.
    * Assists with mechanical maintenance as needed.


    JOB SPECIFICATIONS

    Education and Experience requirements:
    * High School Diploma or GED (Associates Degree or higher level degree in electrical engineering, industrial electronics or other electrical-related technical discipline preferred).
    * Three to five years related-experience in industrial manufacturing or milling environment.
    * State electrical license (not limited to Montana), OSHA or MSHA electrical certification, or other formal training or electrical certification.

    Knowledge, skills, abilities and other characteristics:
    * Ability to troubleshoot, repair and maintain electrical components, electronic circuits and PLC controls in crushing, milling, packaging, and material handling equipment; blowers and fans; air compressors; air dryers; pumps; and rotary airlocks.
    * Ability to read and interpret documents such as electrical and mechanical repair manuals, structural drawings, technical procedures, and safety manuals.
    * Ability to demonstrate problem-solving skills involving plant electrical issues and effectively utilize computer applications.
    * Ability to troubleshoot, program, and design PLC/HMI systems.
    * Must possess strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills.
    * Must utilize good communication and interpersonal skills to safely and efficiently meet goals and objectives of the location.
    * Must be willing to work overtime and accept maintenance call-outs including the Possibility of shift work.
    * Must be willing to travel to other Montana Operations to assist as needed.
    * Outdoor work in all weather conditions.
    * Must be willing and able to work across a multi-disciplined team to solve complex issues within the plant.

    How to apply: https://imerys.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/Imerys_Career2/job/Three-Forks-Montana---Sappington-Mill/Electrician_REQ-00964
    Hours:
    See post
    Contact:
    See Post
    City:
    Three Forks
    Zip:
    MT
    Closes:
    9/30/2018
    Pay Rate:
    TBD
  • Environmental Field Technician - ERM
    Employer:
    ERM
    ERM is seeking a hands-on Environmental Field Technician to join our environmental consulting firm in Portland, OR. In this role, you will conduct field work according to work plans, Health and Safety plans, and Standard Operating Procedures for site investigation, remediation, and environmental construction projects at industrial sites throughout Oregon and Washington and across North America, as needed. This is a great career opportunity for a field professional looking to support ERM’s Contaminated Site Management technical team as you build a rewarding career with a global environmental leader committed to a strong health & safety culture.

    RESPONSIBILITIES: *Operate and maintain groundwater treatment, wastewater treatment, and soil vapor extraction systems. *Perform maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, and installation of mechanical systems associated with site remediation and industrial wastewater treatment systems. *Conduct field work, including soil, sediment, ground water, and surface water sampling and monitoring Perform field measurements and calculations. *Record and compile field data. * Perform assigned office duties, such as data entry, borehole logs, statistical analysis, graphical presentation of data, report writing, and field program cost estimating. * Ensure safety of oneself and one's team members during project operations. *Coordinate and communicate with client representatives, subcontractors, and ERM employees.

    REQUIREMENTS: *Two-year technical degree in the field of engineering, environmental monitoring, wastewater treatment, or equivalent preferred. *A minimum of two years of hands-on field experience, including familiarity / experience with treatment system operation or soil and groundwater sampling techniques and field procedures. *Ability to independently complete field assignments and summarize data for investigation reports. * Willingness/interest in field assignments and traveling to project sites. *Computer literacy, including proficient MS Office skills. *Strong commitment to safety, including following established Health and Safety protocols. * Strong initiative (self-starter), problem-solving and communication skills, and attention to detail and QA/QC. * Valid driver’s license and a good driving record. *40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER certification a plus. *Wastewater treatment operator certification a plus

    Please submit your resume and brief cover letter. https://erm.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/ERM_Careers/job/Portland/Enviromental-Field-Techinician-Water-Treatment-System-Operator--Entry-Level-_R00001264 Qualified candidates will be contacted by email, and requested to complete a video questionnaire. Based on review of these responses, shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews. Thank you for your interest in ERM! ERM does not accept recruiting agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to our jobs alias, ERM employees or any other company location. ERM is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.
    Contact:
    Juliana Grael
    Phone:
    925.945.0455
    Closes:
    11/17/2018
  • Hatchery Manager - Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
    Employer:
    Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
    All positions with the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians are Indian Preference in Hiring, in accordance with P.L. 93-638

    TITLE: Hatchery Manager
    STATUS: Full Time Exempt
    LOCATION: Harvey Creek and Brenner Creek Hatcheries
    GRADE: $67,691
    REPORTS TO: Director of Natural Resources
    OPEN: 7/1/18
    CLOSES: When Filled


    SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS
    The Hatchery Manager for the Stillaguamish Tribe is responsible for all aspects of daily hatchery operations and fish culture activities for the Tribe’s two hatchery facilities. These facilities include conservation and enhancement programs for Stillaguamish summer Chinook, fall Coho and fall Chum, and a captive brood program for fall Chinook. Total hatchery releases are approximately 500,000 smolts per year. The position entails a broad range of responsibilities, including but not limited to; oversight of all life stages from in-river broodstocking efforts through both seining and passive trapping, fish transport, spawning, incubating, rearing, tagging and release. The position is responsible for sampling protocols, data collection, tabulation and entry of hatchery records into department database, quality assurance of data, and producing required reports. The position has supervisory responsibility over a current staff of three, with the potential for future growth. This includes conducting performance evaluations, approving timesheets, travel requests and training.
    This position will work with the Enhancement Biologist and the Director of Natural Resources to develop and adhere to an annual budget and annual grant proposals. The position also will provide input regarding staff scheduling, activities and efficiencies relative to the successful completion of hatchery undertakings, including the development, updating and implementing of safety guidelines, policies and procedures. Along with the rest of the Natural Resources Department, this position works to protect and enhance the Tribe’s treaty protected rights.

    * Fish Culture: Ensure that program fish are well cared for, as would befit a hatchery program with a quality reputation. Collect and spawn adult returners for broodstock for the Tribe’s conservation hatchery programs. Rear offspring from fertilized egg to smolt release, including laying and picking eggs, feeding juveniles, monitoring brood fish health in coordination with Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (NWIFC) staff, administration of pond treatments as needed, cleaning fish rearing structures, and monitor and maintain water intake and filtration. Professionally engage in co-manager coordination with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Whitehorse Ponds facility. Confer with Enhancement Biologist and other fishery personnel to obtain data concerning fish habits, food, and environmental requirements.

    * Mass Marking: Coordinate with NWIFC to implant juveniles with coded-wire tags and clip adipose fins for certain species, with retention sampling post marking. Also, coordinate and perform coded wire tag sampling and dissection, and fish scale collection on all adult broodstock. Confer with Harvest Fisheries Biologist and other fishery personnel for recovery procedures, department data requirements and smolt release reporting.

    * Personnel Management: Supervise hatchery technicians and ensure all hatchery activities are being completed on time and within budget. This position serves as a role model and mentor to hatchery technicians. This means setting a positive, professional example, and sharing knowledge and experience to ensure an efficient and effective team. Perform typical personnel management activities such as performance evaluations, disciplinary actions if needed, approval of timesheets, travel and training requests, and developing work schedules including covering weekends and holidays. All personnel management activities will be performed in partnership with the Director of Natural Resources.

    * Data Management: Ensure that all hatchery staff are recording and maintaining quality data on fish handling, health and maintenance, including entry into a Microsoft Access database. Perform data entry efficiently and accurately, with attention to detail on entered data against original copy, with ability to ensure accurate, controlled data. Execute data standards and procedures to ensure legally defensible data. Develop in-house operations forms, sampling project data sheets and procedures, and assist in developing department database interface as required. Confer with Natural Resources Database Manager for data standards and procedures.

    * Fiscal Management: This position is responsible for ensuring their project expenditures do not exceed budget. It is also responsible for informing the annual department budget and annual grant proposals for capital expenditures and facility improvements. This position is also responsible for obtaining the equipment and supplies necessary to complete assigned projects as per the Tribe’s procurement policy.

    * Facility Management: Monitors water flow and quality parameters; takes water samples and readings; maintains proper water flow and rearing environments; responds to alarms; monitors and maintains facility support systems; actively identifies safety hazards and takes action or recommends remedies as appropriate. Maintains, constructs, and performs minor repairs to ponds and walkways, fish feeders, egg trays, and screens. Maintains and repairs hatchery buildings, hatchery equipment, lawn mowers, power tools, roads, and trails. Assist with the maintenance of the hatchery facilities and grounds. Performs maintenance work, and operates equipment and the use of small hand tools.

    * Project Management: This position is responsible for scoping and designing assigned projects, and for ensuring the successful execution. Projects will include construction of capital improvements, hatchery facility repairs, etc.

    * Policies and Procedures: Determines, administers, and executes policies relating to safety, administration, standards of hatchery operations, and facility maintenance. Responsible for the development, implementation and updating of all policies and procedures related to the hatchery program.

    * Public Relations: Meets the public, maintains public relations, answers questions, and conducts hatchery tours for school groups. Responds to/answers questions from visitors or outside entities in a polite professional manner.

    * Administrative duties.

    * All other duties as assigned.


      REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    * Knowledge of treaty fishing rights including compliance with U.S. vs. Washington, Civil 9213, and subsequent orders. Basic knowledge of the Stillaguamish Tribe and its Natural Resources programs.
    * Ability to supervise and mentor staff.
    * Knowledge of the life history and specialized needs of Pacific Northwest salmonids.
    * Experience in fish culture and hatchery operations. Mass marking experience preferred.
    * Knowledge of the methods and techniques for collecting scientifically credible data related to fish hatchery management.
    * Knowledge of the use of specialized equipment specific to fish hatchery work (fork lifts, tilt bed trucks etc.) and ability to improvise solutions related to malfunctioning and/or faulty equipment.
    * Must be able to organize time, solve problems and carry out duties with a minimum of supervision and work cooperatively with other staff.
    * Proficiency with computers, Microsoft Office suite (including Word, Excel and Outlook) and use of the internet. Experience with Microsoft Access preferred.
    * Skill in operating and maintaining fish hatchery equipment (such as filters and pumps), small handheld power tools, farm equipment (such as tractors and mowers), and hatchery vehicles.
    * Knowledge and ability in basic carpentry, plumbing and electrical preferred.
    * Ability to perform physically demanding tasks, including lifting and carrying supplies and materials up to 50 pounds and working in inclement weather conditions.
    * Required to work irregular hours including some weekends and holidays, and ability to adjust to changing schedules. Position will include rotating weekend and holiday shifts.
    * Ability to respond to emergencies and on call situations within 30 minutes. This position should reside in, or be willing to relocate to, the Arlington or Granite Falls area to ensure appropriate response time. There is no onsite housing provided.
    * Ability to represent the Tribe professionally when interacting with the public, Tribal members, other Tribal technical staff and other agency personnel.
    * Ability to express ideas effectively, both orally and in writing and ability to write narrative reports in a clear and succinct manner.
    * Ability to maintain a positive attitude, strong work ethic with great attention to detail, and a strong interest in natural resource management.
    * Ability to drive a motor vehicle. Ability to obtain a Washington State Drivers License and qualify for Tribal Motor Vehicle Insurance.
    * Graduation from an accredited 2 year college with an Associate degree focusing on fish culture (or related field) AND 5 years of related fisheries experience, at least 2 years in a hatchery environment and at least 2 years supervising personnel.


      DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
    Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians has a “Drug Free Workplace Policy” and will conduct Pre-Employment Drug Testing.


    REQUIRED EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION PACKET MATERIAL
    * Complete Tribal Employment application. Online at Stillaguamish.com
    * Cover letter explaining your qualifications and experience relevant to the functions of this position.
    * Personal resume identifying your qualifications and experiences relevant to the functions of this position.

    APPLICANT RESPONSIBILITY
    It is the absolute responsibility of the applicant to provide sufficient evidence to show he/she fully meets the position requirements.

    OBTAIN AND SUBMIT RESUME, COVER LETTER AND APPLICATION TO
    Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
    Attn: Human Resources
    P.O. Box 277
    3322 236th Street NE
    Arlington WA 98223
    Hours:
    Full-time
    Contact:
    Jimille Smith: jimilles@stillaguamish.com
    Phone:
    (360) 652-7362x 3042
    City:
    Arlington
    Zip:
    98223
    Closes:
    10/18/2018
    Pay Rate:
    $67,691
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    Employer:
    Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood
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    Hours:
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    Contact:
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    Phone:
    360.603.7710
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
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    Employer:
    Mt. Baker Ski Area, Inc.
    General Responsibilities: • Monitor passengers use of chair lifts in assigned areas and respond to unusual occurrences as trained • Provide friendly and respectful customer service • Have a working knowledge of: o Mt. Baker Ski Area mountain policies and procedures o Familiarity of ski area facilities and services available • Perform duties as trained Qualifications: • Must be 18 years or older • Successful completion of Lift Attendant training by an authorized Mt. Baker Ski Area trainer
    General Physical Requirements: *Ability to work outside in inclement winter weather *Bending, twisting, lifting and moving items throughout the day *Ability to lift and move 50 pounds (or more depending on task) *Standing and or sitting for long periods *Climbing and descending stairs *Shoveling and moving snow * Standing and walking on compact snow and ice *Perform repetitive tasks as necessary
    Number of Positions Available & Approximate Hours: Seasonal Part Time: 8 (14-20 hrs/wk, typically 2-4 days/wk) Seasonal Variable Hour: 40 (30-40 hrs/wk, typically 3-5+ days/wk)
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    Job Term: This is a winter season position starting with Orientation and Training weekend on November 3rd - 4th and full normal schedule beginning when the ski area opens for operation, typically mid to late November. A typical work day is a 7-hour day from 8:00am to 4:00pm.
    This job information is meant as a general overview; more complete information regarding duties, responsibilities, and qualifications associated with the job are reviewed in training. Information here is subject to change.
    Hours:
    8 am - 4 pm
    Contact:
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    Phone:
    3607346771
    Closes:
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    Pay Rate:
    $11.50 +
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    Employer:
    Skagit Northwest Orthopedics
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    Contact:
    k.hammer@proliancesurgeons.com
    City:
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    Closes:
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    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
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    Hours:
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    Contact:
    Cathy McClellan
    Phone:
    360.752.8374
    Address:
    3028 Lindbergh Avenue
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    10/19/2018