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South Puget Sound Community College is hiring! Full position announcements
and application details are available via the individual links below, or at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/spscc.

 

April 25, 2019

Job Title

Job Type

Salary

Closing

Nursing Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track

Full-time Faculty

See Position Description

Open until filled.

Associate Dean of Nursing

Full-time

$92,000.00 - $95,000.00 Annually

Open until filled.

Associate Dean of Transition Studies

Full-time

$79,000.00 - $82,103.00 Annually

Open until filled.

Workforce Transitions Specialist - BFET

Full-time

$46,289.00 Annually

05/12/19

Dentist (Part-Time)

Part-time

$56.55 Hourly

Continuous

Food Service Worker

Part-time

$12.74 - $16.25 Hourly

Continuous

Graphic Design Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

Programming Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

Sign Language Interpreter

Part-time

$52.02 Hourly

Continuous

Accounting Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

American Sign Language (ASL) Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Anatomy and Physiology and Human Biology Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Anthropology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Automotive Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Biology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Chemistry Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

College-Level Mathematics Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

English Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Medical Assisting Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Medical Billing & Coding Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Nursing Assistant Certification (NAC) Adjunct Instructor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Nursing Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Paralegal Adjunct Instructor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Political Science Adjunct Instructor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Psychology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous


Multi-Media Advertising Account Executive | KAPP TV | Phase 3 Digital | Yakima, WA

About us:

KAPP/KVEW TV & Phase 3 Digital, your local ABC affiliate in the Yakima/Tri Cities market of Washington State, is part of Morgan Murphy Media.   We are a family-owned, people-first business and our communities are at the core of what we do and who we are.

About this opportunity:

KAPP TV in Yakima, Washington is seeking smart and driven candidates who have a persuasive/teaching mindset and want to share in our passion of helping local companies grow their business. You will work with our team in marketing, promoting and selling the company’s portfolio of broadcast, digital and social media platforms.  If you are ready for a rewarding and robust career experience with excellent potential, autonomy and work-life balance, then we are ready for you!

What you’ll do:

·         Prepare and execute successful sales plans that meet and exceed monthly, quarterly and annual budgets for both on-air and digital platforms.

·         Generate new business through prospecting and cold calling.

·         Present, negotiate and close sales promotions and sponsorship opportunities.

·         Provide outstanding proposals to potential clients effectively through both written and verbal communication.

·         Involvement in the local business community, developing relationships with business owners and decision makers.

What you’ll bring:

·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

·         Exceptional organizational and follow through skills.

·         High level of customer service skills.

·         Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment with daily deadlines.

·         Excellent computer skills. Power Point a must.

·         Internet, social media and digital market savvy.

·         Strong curiosity to learn about your clients’ businesses.

·         Ability to work well without supervision.

·         Reliable vehicle for outside sales calls.

·         The ability to access emails, texts and apps (i.e. use of your market phone)

·         Minimum of 1 year experience in a business development role preferred.

·         College Degree preferred.

What KAPP/KVEW offers:

·         We’re a dynamic and progressive business that values our employees, our culture and our community.

·         We are a team of talented and creative professionals. Who wouldn’t want to work with the best in the business?

·         We offer an outstanding media and digital training and mentorship program to ensure your success.

·         Medical, dental, vision, prescription, life and long-term disability insurance, EAP, flexible spending account, 401(k), paid time off including vacation, sick, personal days and holidays.

What’s next?

For online application instructions go to https://www.yaktrinews.com/station/employment/

 

KAPP/KVEW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER



The City of Tacoma is now accepting applications for several positions:

AMI Finance and Benefits Analyst

$69,992.00 - $89,731.20 Annually

2011-19

Civil 3D Engineering Tech II

$27.81 - $33.83 Hourly

0147-19

Data Architect

$111,508.80 - $143,000.00 Annually

0147-19A

Data Architect

$111,508.80 - $143,000.00 Annually

2082-19B

Engineer

$71,156.80 - $118,747.20 Annually

2070-18

Engineer

$81,910.40 - $104,998.40 Annually

2082-19A

Engineer, Water System Planning

$71,156.80 - $118,747.20 Annually

2322-19

Enviro-Challenger Educator (Program Development Specialist)

$29.32 - $37.60 Hourly

2097-19

Environmental Technician

$26.51 - $33.98 Hourly

4202-19

Experienced Police Officer (Lateral)

$32.22 - $44.53 Hourly

5040-19

Grounds Maintenance Worker

$24.59 - $28.45 Hourly

5301-19a

Hydro Mechanic, Cowlitz Hydroelectric Facility

$48.65 Hourly

5301-19

Hydro Mechanic, Nisqually Hydroelectric Facility

$48.65 Hourly

1120-19C

IT Service Management Analyst

$69,992.00 - $89,731.20 Annually

5001-17

Laborer (Seasonal Worker)

$12.85 - $15.62 Hourly

0071-19

Parking Enforcement Officer, Lead

$23.34 - $28.37 Hourly

2082-18D

Professional Engineer, Public Works Capital Improvements

$92,622.40 - $118,747.20 Annually

2133-19

Software Development Engineer

$96,678.40 - $123,968.00 Annually

2321-19A

Tacoma Creates Specialist (Program Development Specialist, Lead)

$32.59 - $41.78 Hourly

5334-19

Vehicle & Equipment Shop Supervisor

$43.28 - $45.44 Hourly

5107-19A

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations Supervisor

$42.90 - $52.15 Hourly

5110-19

Water Treatment Plant Supervisor

$45.06 Hourly


DSHS Economic Services Administration (ESA) is forming a new Office of Health & Human Potential. We are seeking candidates to fill the role of Innovator-in-Chief, which will conduct research, communications, and outreach activities in support of the administration’s 2025 goal of reducing poverty by half in a way that eliminates disparities.

The Innovator-in-Chief will be responsible for:

·         Developing equity-focused individual, child, family, and community outcomes and measures to advance the department's contribution to the health, well-being, and human potential of Washingtonians

·         Reviewing, synthesizing, and incorporating existing and emerging research on equity-driven, person-centered, whole family (2GEN) policies, programs, and practice into agency materials

·         Preparing evidence-based recommendations for accelerating health and human services contribution to increasing the social and economic stability and mobility of all Washingtonians

·         Supporting the Office of Health & Human Potential team, as well as ESA leadership, in aligning internal and external ESA efforts toward 2025 goal

·         Working in collaboration with the Senior Director and Communications & Outreach Manager to align state and local partners in advancing social and economic stability and mobility for Washingtonians in communities throughout the state

 

We are seeking:

·         A curious leader with an improvisational approach to policy and program development

·         A passionate advocate for our mission who actively upholds the department's equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts

·         A creative thinker and collaborator who is dedicated to contributing to a work culture that promotes the well-being of colleagues and the people we serve

Please forward to colleagues that you think might be interested. For more information, visit the job announcement below.

DSHS Innovator-in-Chief


Project Coordinator (Exempt)

Salary

$48,000.00 - $55,000.00 Annually

Location

Pierce County – Tacoma, WA

Job Type

Full Time - Permanent

Department

Puget Sound Partnership

Job Number

2019-03871

Closing

4/30/2019 11:59 PM

WHO WE ARE
The Puget Sound Partnership (PSP) leads the region's collective effort to restore, protect, and sustain Puget Sound. We align the work of our partners around a shared vision and science-driven, prioritized strategies. We ensure smart investments that help to allocate resources efficiently and effectively. By striving to remove financial, regulatory, and resource barriers for our partners, we serve as a catalyst for success in restoring health to Puget Sound.
 
More information on the Partnership is available at our website: www.psp.wa.gov.
 
PSP is a great place to work and has implemented several "Employer of Choice" initiatives, including:

  • We are committed to diversity and inclusion. PSP fosters an inclusive environment that encourages all employees to bring their authentic selves to work each day. We strive to hire, develop, and retain a competent and diverse workforce that is reflective of the public and partners we serve.

  • We actively engage in climate change by offering free Intercity transit commuting options from Seattle and Olympia. In addition, the Partnership offers a generous Reduced Transportation Commute financial incentive and agency-paid ORCA cards to all employees.

  • We foster a healthy work/life balance by offering flexible/alternative work schedules, and mobile and telework options (depending upon job duties).

  • We are making exciting steps towards modernizing our workplace by providing motivating and inspiring workspaces at three locations that promote creative thought, innovation, and collaboration among co-workers.

  • We support an Infant at Work Program that is based on the long-term health values of breastfeeding newborns and infant-parent bonding. Eligible employees who are new mothers, fathers, or legal guardians can bring their infant (6 weeks to 6 months) when returning to work (depending upon job duties).

We also offer:

  • A main office located in the Center for Urban Waters, a LEED Platinum-certified building, on the beautiful Thea Foss Waterway of Commencement Bay in Tacoma, WA. We are within 10 minutes of downtown restaurants, shopping, museums and Farmer's Market. This building offers a lactation and first aid room, fitness room and full kitchen for employees.

  • A drop-in work location in downtown Olympia at Capitol Court with access to the Farmer's Market, Capitol Lake and the Capitol Campus. This location is located on an Intercity Transit bus line, including the DASH (free) shuttle.

  • A drop-in work location in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle with access to restaurants, shopping, bus service and a train station.

Apply Here


Executive Assistant to the Director

Open Competitive

Opens:  April 23, 2019

Open until filled

Who we are looking for:
One of the key factors in the success of an Executive Assistant is finding the right match. We are looking for applicants that are comfortable with balancing competing deadlines and able to prioritize work independently. You must be approachable, confidential, and professional in all matters pertaining to the Director's Office and agency. 

What you will be doing:
You will be vital in supporting the success of the Director as well as the agency. As the Executive Assistant, you will work closely with and at times represent the Director while communicating and interacting with a wide variety of stakeholder groups to include Legislators, Governor's Office staff, professional organizations, internal staff and other state agencies. You will also supervise an Administrative Assistant 3 and Management Analyst 4, ensuring their roles meet the needs of the agency and coaching them for success.

Why YOU would want this job:

This is an opportunity to work side by side with agency leadership, supporting the strategic priorities set by our Director and our agency leaders. You will network and connect with your professional peers in other state agencies in both Washington and other states. You will have a front row seat in seeing how our business lines serve those in Washington state, both public and private sector.

Questions to ask yourself:

Do you demonstrate an understanding of how state government functions at the executive level? Do you exhibit reasonable flexibility? Do you work to create and participate in a positive, collaborative work environment? Are you ready, willing and able to function comfortably and effectively in a team-oriented environment where everyone supports one another?

If you are answering a resounding yes, we strongly encourage you to apply to this opportunity.


The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.

We posted a new opportunity:

  • Director of Multi-tiered System of Support (MTSS)

Please visit our Job Announcements web page for complete details.

OSPI is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, persons over 40 years of age, disabled and Vietnam era veterans and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application process or this announcement in an alternative format may contact the human resources office at 360-725-6270 or 360-725-6066, or hroffice@k12.wa.us.


Business Diversity and Marketing Manager (WMS3)

Open Competitive

Opens: April 22, 2019

Closes: Open Continuous

This posting has been reopened.  If you have previously applied, you need not reapply.

This posting is Open Continuous, however, the hiring manager may make a decision at any time.  Application review will begin immediately, so It will be in your best interest to apply as soon as possible

What you will be doing:

In this position, you will be responsible for overseeing efforts to increase inclusion of diverse and small businesses in state contracting within the Department of Enterprise Services and state government as a whole. You'll also be responsible for marketing the Contracts and Procurement (C&P) Division's $1 billion of goods and services available through DES master contracts to state agencies, institutions of higher education, and local governments in Washington state, and for outreaching to C&P's customers and vendors. 
 
You will be crucial to state efforts to increase equity and inclusion, particularly by increasing opportunities for diverse firms such as small businesses, and women- and minority-owned and veteran-owned businesses, to participate in state contracting.  You will be traveling statewide to organize, host, and represent the agency in outreach events, and network with businesses and procurement officials.  In addition to marketing the array of services provided by C&P, you will be outreaching to vendors of green and environmentally friendly products to increase their availability on state contracts. 
 
Who we are looking for:
We are looking for someone that has a depth of background in inclusion efforts within government or the private sector, and an experienced marketing professional that can understand and identify the needs of our customers and vendors.  
You will need to have excellent communication skills and have the understanding of diversity in business and government.  We expect you to have integrity and high ethical standards as you are the nexus to purchasing.  You will need to have an understanding of what our customers are looking for and the skills needed to make them aware of what we can provide. 

Why YOU would want this job:
If you care passionately about equity and see the importance to improving access for small and disadvantaged businesses by opening state procurement opportunities. If you are ready for a senior-level position and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment.  If you enjoy traveling and connecting people to services that will benefit them. If you take your duties as a civil servant to heart and are excited about business growth and success and truly helping people.  If you're excited by the challenge of marketing a large portfolio of goods and services to state agencies and local governments. 
If you can see this great opportunity for what it is--connecting businesses and government to better serve the needs of citizens, communities, and the economy. 

If you want to work in a place that truly values you and your ideas to improve our processes of how we meet our customer expectations and improve equity, and will allow you to directly impact that.  And if that isn't enough? 

We also offer:

  • We are close to downtown Olympia (where you have access to the water front, Farmer's Market, Capitol Lake and the Capitol Campus)

  • DES promotes wellness (we have internal exercise classes that include Yoga and Boot Camp and we are located in between a neighborhood and downtown with sidewalks to get out and walk or shop)

  • Nearby is the Chehalis bike trail and on-premise bike lockers and shower rooms

  • A cafeteria in the building (indoor and outdoor seating)

  • Bus service (including the DASH (free) shuttle)

  • Vanpool (commuting) opportunities

  • Tele/mobile working, flex schedules, compressed work weeks

  • And we LOVE babies!  (we have a Infants in the Workplace program)

  • We also incorporate safety into our culture.  We strive for an environment where our employees are and stay safe.

If you want to feel empowered, engaged, and motivated as you work with like-minded individuals that are just as passionate about our contracts and will work hard for our customers, this is THE place to be!


 Special Edition: Jobs at DES

Contracts Connection

April 23, 2019

The Department of Enterprise Services is looking for candidates interested in assisting with creating statewide master contracts. Please see below for details and click on the titles to find out how to apply.

Procurement Strategist (WMS 1)

Opened: April 9, 2019

Closes: April 30, 2019

What you will be doing:

DES's Contracts and Procurement Division (C&P) is accepting applications for two Procurement Strategists. These are leadership positions that help staff in their development by advising, coaching and mentoring in all aspects of procurement, including developing strategic plans.  A Procurement Strategist will also lead more complex and challenging procurements and contracts in the area of goods and services. The job requires critical and independent thinking applied to judgment and understanding of procurement and contract laws, with the overall goal of reducing the cost of government operations and increasing customer satisfaction.

Procurement Supervisor (WMS2)

Open Competitive

Opened: March 19, 2019

Closes: Open Continuous

What you will be doing:

DES's Contracts and Procurement Division (C&P) is hiring a new Procurement Supervisor. The position is managerial, with a primary focus on guiding and leading a team of contracting professionals. You and your team will be responsible for creating statewide master contracts and cooperative contracts for use by other state agencies and political subdivisions. Your day-to-day duties will include interpreting and applying statewide procurement and contracting laws, rules, policies, and best practices to the suite of contracts assigned to your team. You will be working closely with your team daily and you will be accountable for the quality of work produced by your team.

Contracts Specialist 3

Closes: April 30, 2019

What you will be doing:

You will be providing both internal and external contracting and procurement support/services to DES, state agencies, higher education and political subdivisions, enabling each agency to more appropriately focus vital resources and energy toward fulfilling the agency's vision and mission to improve the safety and health of individuals, families and communities by providing leadership and establishing and participating in partnerships.


Administrative Manager (Olympia, WA—Area Census Office)

POSITION: Administrative Manager

ISSUE DATE: April 3, 2019

CLOSING DATE: April 17, 2019

SALARY RANGE: AD-0301-00:  $22 per hour

PROMOTION POTENTIAL: None

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: Few

DUTY LOCATION: Duty Station will be at the Olympia Area Census Office (ACO).  

AREA OF CONSIDERATION: Applicants must reside in Thurston County and within commuting distance to the Olympia ACO located in the 98501 Zip Code to be considered for this position.

WHO MAY APPLY: External – All Qualified U.S. Citizens.

HOW TO APPLY: To apply on-line, you must complete and submit an application through the USAJOBS website using the job announcement link below. To begin, click the "Apply" button and follow the prompts to either create a profile or sign into your USAJOBS account, answer the questions, and submit all required documents.

Your complete application, including required documents, must be received by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time (ET) on the closing date of the announcement.

USAJOBS Announcement


KHTP-FM, KISW-FM, KKWF-FM, KMPS-FM, KNDD-FM has an immediate opening for a Promotions Manager - Seattle.

Req ID#: 31524
Job Title: Promotions Manager - Seattle
Job Description/Requisition Details:

Entercom Seattle is seeking an organized, detail-oriented and outgoing professional to effectively manage promotional planning and execution for all five of our stations' sales and programming departments for this full-time opportunity. The Promotion Manager will work closely with the Marketing Director, Event Director and interact regularly with company executives across multiple departments.

The major duties will include but are not be limited to:  

  • Work for all five brands and handle all programming and sales promotion execution

  • Oversee the execution of all on-air, on-site and digital commitments for station and sales programs

  • Organize and communicate details for contest, sales and station promotions

  • Supervise, schedule, train, hire Promotions Coordinator

  • Promotional event/sales related ideations with Programming and Sales

  • E-Commerce fulfillment

  • Oversee Entercom Seattle Customer Service Initiatives

  • Supervise creation of email marketing, social media and digital campaigns for programming initiatives

  • Handle all concert and trade requests for all stations

 
Qualifications:

Education/experience requirements:

  • Two years’ experience executing marketing and promotions campaigns

  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business, or Communications preferred and/or equivalent experience and training

Skills/Attributes:

  • First-rate organizational skills are a must to succeed in this position

  • Demonstrating oral and written communication skills

  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently

  • Ability to produce results in a fast paced environment with strict deadlines

  • Experience using Microsoft® Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

  • Basic website HTML, layout and design knowledge and digital graphic design experience helpful

  • Please have interested candidates visit our web site at https://entercom.avature.net/careers/JobDetail?id=14215 to apply.

Consistent with our Equal Opportunity Program, we request that you advise us of any candidate, including disabled persons, minorities or women, you believe may be qualified for this position and advise interested parties to apply as indicated. 

Privacy Notice:  The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires all stations to report the names of community organizations receiving job vacancy information plus the contact person, address and telephone number of each organization in an annual EEO Public File Report that will be made available to the general public in the station’s public inspection file and on our website.  IF YOU DO NOT CONSENT TO THE PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF THIS INFORMATION REQUIRED BY THE FCC, OR YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE REMOVED FROM OUR DISTRIBUTION LIST,  PLEASE NOTIFY ME IMMEDIATELY.

Entercom Seattle is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


Public Relations Specialist - Council

Salary

$70,688.00 - $95,068.00 Annually

Location

Seattle, WA

Job Type

Appointed

Department

KCC - King County Council

Job Number

2019-09772

Summary

The Metropolitan King County Council is seeking a hardworking and detail-oriented Public Relations Specialist to provide production support on graphic design, social media, website updates, and email newsletters for the King County Council and the entire Legislative Branch. This is an exciting opportunity to join the King County Council as a contributing member of its Communications team.

The Public Relations Specialist must be a detail-oriented, customer-focused, and self-motivated individual who works well with other team members to convey public policy and legislative actions to the public and constituents of King County. The successful candidate must possess the necessary technical background skills and be a good team player. They will pursue their tasks with energy and drive, and utilize effective time management skills, multitasking, and be willing to attend to other projects as required.

King County Council is committed to upholding and promoting equal opportunity in employment. The Council encourages people of all backgrounds, cultures, and religions to apply, including veterans, people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities. We believe a diverse workforce is a strong workforce.

King County is becoming a global leader whose continued excellence and diverse population is a driving force in the Pacific Northwest. As the legislative branch of county government, the King County Council represents nine geographical regions of the county, sets policies, enacts laws, and adopts budgets that guide an array of services.

MEET THE METROPOLITAN KING COUNTY COUNCIL:
http://kingcounty.gov/council.aspx
 

Job Duties

JOB DUTIES:
In order to be considered for this opportunity, applicants at a MINIMUM must demonstrate skill and ability to:

  • Layout & design visual communications for the Council including postcards, printed newsletters, and email newsletters.

  • Update & maintain Legislative Branch websites using the county's proprietary web content, management software (Sitecore), as well as html, after completing training.

  • Develop creative (design, writing, hashtags) for social media posts and manage editorial calendar.

  • Take photographs at Council events using a digital single lens reflex camera.

  • Use Photoshop for basic editing of photographs, such as setting correct resolution for print and website, and silhouetting and deleting backgrounds from portraits.

  • May write copy or assist with writing media releases for the Council or Councilmembers.

  • May assist with coordinating public events for the Council or Councilmembers.

  • May participate in the development of communications strategies and action plans for the Council and Councilmembers.


We are currently recruiting for a Landscaper/Cleaner position, Job #2019037 for our Briarwood portfolio located in Shoreline, WA.  A list of other available positions can be viewed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  To access current employment opportunities visit the King County Housing Authority website at www.kcha.org/employment.

Employee referrals are a critical component in our efforts to obtain the best and the brightest potential employees.  KCHA offers a bonus if you refer a person hired to fill a regular vacancy.  If that person successfully passes the introductory period we pay you $300.  The bonus rises to $500 for management positions.

Earning the referral bonus can be easy but it requires that a few important conditions are met, so here are the TOP FIVE things to remember.

 

  1. The person must be hired into a regular position.

  2. The individual must pass the introductory period.

  3. The hiring manager must submit the introductory period evaluation paperwork to HR.

  4. The referring person AND the referred person must both be employed when the new employee officially passes the introductory period.

  5. When the applicant applies they are asked to respond to a question that asks how they learned about the job opening and they must identify you as the referring employee.

The applicant MUST submit THE REFERRING EMPLOYEE’S NAME as the referring employee on the application WHEN THEY APPLY as this cannot be done at any later point in the process.


New job postings at the Department of Health:

Visit our Jobs page to learn about all job opportunities.

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Job Title

Case Manager

Salary

$2,827.00 - $3,664.00 Monthly

Job Type

Full Time - Permanent

Location

Kitsap County – Bremerton, Washington

Department

Military Department

 

An exciting opportunity to make a difference in the lives of Washington's youth!

 

This job posting will remain open until filled.  Screening of application materials will begin immediately and will be on-going.  It is in the applicants' best interest to submit their application materials as early as possible.  The hiring manager reserves the right to make a hiring decision at any time.  This job posting may be closed at any time without notice.

Under the supervision of the Recruiting, Placement and Mentor (RPM) Coordinator (Youth Academy Counseling and Coordination Specialist 4), is responsible for facilitating the mentoring program, teaching and coaching goal setting and action planning with cadets, promoting positive placement for cadet graduates, and tracking the post-residential activities and placement of the Washington Youth Academy (WYA) graduates. This position has a direct impact on the goal setting skills the youth develop while at the academy, the ongoing development of the mentoring relationship, and contributes data for the monthly and yearly report generated to the National Guard Bureau.

To view the complete job announcement and information on how to apply, click on the link below:

Case Manager

Applicants are required to apply through the State’s Online Recruiting System which can be accessed at:

www.careers.wa.gov


Job Title

Training Specialist

Closing Date/Time

Mon. 05/06/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Salary

$3,249.00 - $4,250.00 Monthly

Job Type

Full Time - Permanent

Location

Kitsap County – Bremerton, Washington

Department

Military Department

The Washington Youth Academy is recruiting to fill a full time permanent Training Specialist position.  Under the general direction of the Youth Academy Residential Specialist 5, Program Support Officer, for the Washington Youth Academy (WYA), the Training Specialist is responsible for conducting, planning and coordination of training and development activities for staff.  As the designated training lead for WYA staff, the Training Specialist analyzes, develops, implements, evaluates, coordinates, schedules, monitors and reports on staff training and professional development associated with National Guard Bureau (NGB), MIL Department, and individual training requirements.  The Training Specialist ensures all curriculum, handbooks and manuals, and staff training aligns with the WYA quasi-military philosophy/methodology for developing personal discipline, self-esteem, and resilience in youth.

To view the complete job announcement and information on how to apply, click on the link below:

Training Specialist

Applicants are required to apply through the State’s Online Recruiting System which can be accessed at:

www.careers.wa.gov


 Special Edition: Jobs at DES

Contracts Connection

April 23, 2019

The Department of Enterprise Services is looking for candidates interested in assisting with creating statewide master contracts. Please see below for details and click on the titles to find out how to apply.

Procurement Strategist (WMS 1)

Opened: April 9, 2019

Closes: April 30, 2019

What you will be doing:

DES's Contracts and Procurement Division (C&P) is accepting applications for two Procurement Strategists. These are leadership positions that help staff in their development by advising, coaching and mentoring in all aspects of procurement, including developing strategic plans.  A Procurement Strategist will also lead more complex and challenging procurements and contracts in the area of goods and services. The job requires critical and independent thinking applied to judgment and understanding of procurement and contract laws, with the overall goal of reducing the cost of government operations and increasing customer satisfaction.

Procurement Supervisor (WMS2)

Open Competitive

Opened: March 19, 2019

Closes: Open Continuous

What you will be doing:

DES's Contracts and Procurement Division (C&P) is hiring a new Procurement Supervisor. The position is managerial, with a primary focus on guiding and leading a team of contracting professionals. You and your team will be responsible for creating statewide master contracts and cooperative contracts for use by other state agencies and political subdivisions. Your day-to-day duties will include interpreting and applying statewide procurement and contracting laws, rules, policies, and best practices to the suite of contracts assigned to your team. You will be working closely with your team daily and you will be accountable for the quality of work produced by your team.

Contracts Specialist 3

Closes: April 30, 2019

What you will be doing:

You will be providing both internal and external contracting and procurement support/services to DES, state agencies, higher education and political subdivisions, enabling each agency to more appropriately focus vital resources and energy toward fulfilling the agency's vision and mission to improve the safety and health of individuals, families and communities by providing leadership and establishing and participating in partnerships.


News Producer 

 

KHQ-TV in Spokane, WA is looking for a dynamic News Producer with solid news judgment who can produce, orchestrate, and energize the market's dominant news programming.  This newsroom leader should have a flair for production value--incorporating live elements and cutting-edge graphics to tell stories that are relevant and compelling to our viewers. If you're in a box, stay there. We only want creative thinkers. And if you dread breaking news, this isn't the place for you. We thrive on our patented coverage of breaking news. If you have the skills, the passion, and the ability to make quick decisions, multi-task, and work effectively under pressure, we want to hear from you! 

Required Skills and Qualifications:

  • Must be a good writer for broadcast

  • Must have solid news judgment

  • Must be able to manage a newscast for time constraints.

  • Must be familiar with AP style

  • Must have creative ability to incorporate production values. 

Experience in the broadcast industry is a plus but not required.

KHQ is an Equal Opportunity Employer as well as Spokane's legacy station with deep roots in the community -- and proud of it.  If you want to part of our team, send a resume and demo link to:  producerjob@khq.com EOE, women & minorities encouraged to apply. No phone calls please.


The Metropolitan King County Council is seeking:

Executive Assistant- Ccl

Salary: $70,689.00- $95,069.00

Summary

This position will remain open until filled but the screening process will move quickly.  In order to be considered for the first round of interviews please submit your application materials no later than May 1, 2019 before 11:59 p.m.

The Metropolitan King County Council is seeking a highly skilled, results oriented and collaborative individual, with a passion for providing confidential, senior executive - level administrative support to the Council's Chief of Staff and other Senior Managers within the legislative branch. This position provides you the opportunity to showcase your strong organizational skills and attention to detail in an environment dedicated to serving the needs of the Council and the citizens of King County.

The role of the Executive Assistant requires a high degree of personal initiative and ability to efficiently plan and prioritize deliverables and resources. The most competitive candidates will be exceptional professionals who are: discrete; demonstrate initiative; proactive; organized; and deliver results while working independently with general guidance. The ideal candidate will exhibit the ability to exercise sound, independent judgment; remain neutral on issues where there are competing political agendas and to use a high degree of tact and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive situations and concerned or upset individuals. The Executive Assistant is an hourly, at-will, overtime-eligible classification that reports directly to the Chief of Staff.

The Metropolitan King County Council values diverse perspectives and life experiences and is committed to upholding and promoting equal opportunity in employment. The Council encourages people of all backgrounds, cultures and religions to apply, including veterans, people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ, and people with disabilities. A diverse workforce is a strong workforce.

MEET THE METROPOLITAN KING COUNTY COUNCIL:
King County Council

To Apply Click here


THE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER IS HIRING FOR THE TRI-CITIES AREA!

Employee Type: AP-Administrative Professional

University Title: Business Management Counselor

Working Title: Business Advisor

College/Area: Office of Research

Department: Small Business Development

Position Number: 129148

Hiring Unit: Small Business Development Center

Work Location: Tri-Cities

Zip Code: 99352

Summary of Duties: The primary focus of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) program is business development education through individual and small group advising.

The Business Advisor acts as a coach or mentor, assisting clients in developing or improving their business management skills in order to effectively manage the operations of their business. In the process, the Business Advisor maintains strict confidentiality of all client information and follows conflict of interest policies of the SBDC program.

In addition to the instruction/advising component of the job, the Business Advisor delivers significant outreach to the community through regular engagement with Chambers of Commerce, Economic Development Councils, service clubs and community organizations.

Additional Information

View the Benefits overview for information regarding competitive benefits available.

APPLY TODAY CLICK HERE


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New job postings at the Department of Health:

Visit our Jobs page to learn about all job opportunities.


The City of Tacoma is now accepting applications for several positions:

Building Maintenance Worker

$33.33 - $42.73 Hourly

4/30/2019

Business Manager - Tacoma Venues and Events

$96,678.40 - $123,968.00 Annually

Continuous

Buyer, Senior

$120,016.00 - $153,920.00 Annually

4/15/2019

Carpenter Crew Leader

$24.90 - $30.26 Hourly

4/19/2019

Contract and Billing Technician NCS (Program Technician)

$65,395.20 - $79,497.60 Annually

4/9/2019

Data Architect

$33.33 - $42.73 Hourly

4/30/2019

Data Architect

$96,678.40 - $123,968.00 Annually

Continuous

Documentation Analyst - Management Analyst II

$120,016.00 - $153,920.00 Annually

4/15/2019

Education Outreach Manager

$24.90 - $30.26 Hourly

4/19/2019

Engineer

$65,395.20 - $79,497.60 Annually

4/9/2019

Engineer, Water System Planning

$33.33 - $42.73 Hourly

4/30/2019

Experienced Police Officer (Lateral)

$96,678.40 - $123,968.00 Annually

Continuous

Fire - Mobile Unit Registered Nurse

$120,016.00 - $153,920.00 Annually

4/15/2019

Intern, IT Project Coordinator (Unpaid)

$24.90 - $30.26 Hourly

4/19/2019

Laborer (Seasonal Worker)

$65,395.20 - $79,497.60 Annually

4/9/2019

Network Operations/Security Operations Center (NOC/SOC) Lead Engineer

$33.33 - $42.73 Hourly

4/30/2019

Police Officer Recruit (Entry Level)

$96,678.40 - $123,968.00 Annually

Continuous

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Restoration Biologist

$120,016.00 - $153,920.00 Annually

4/15/2019

SAP Enterprise Asset Management & Mobility Business Analyst II

$24.90 - $30.26 Hourly

4/19/2019

Senior Planner

$65,395.20 - $79,497.60 Annually

4/9/2019

T&D System Operations Supervisor - Chief Dispatcher

$33.33 - $42.73 Hourly

4/30/2019

Traffic Sign & Marking Specialist

$96,678.40 - $123,968.00 Annually

Continuous

Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Operator, Senior

$120,016.00 - $153,920.00 Annually

4/15/2019

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations Supervisor

$24.90 - $30.26 Hourly

4/19/2019

Building Maintenance Worker

$65,395.20 - $79,497.60 Annually

To view job announcements for all City of Tacoma jobs, click here:

http://agency.governmentjobs.com/tacoma/default.cfm


The City of Seattle's Office of Housing with finding a Home Repair Specialist who will conduct home audits, provide assistance to homeowners through the bidding and contractor selection process, provide project management throughout construction, and conduct final inspections. This person will work with homeowners and contractors to develop work scopes and bids for a variety of repairs, including roofs, electrical and plumbing upgrades, side sewers, and exterior painting.

This position will make a lasting positive impact on the lives of Seattle's low-income residents and help them remain safely in their homes.

Here is a direct link to the job description and application page:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2399245/home-repair-specialist 

We will be accepting applications for this position until 4:00pm Pacific Time on Tuesday, April 16, 2019.


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Media Specialist, GG-0301-07/09/11/12-Census-EXT-CB

Now Accepting Applications from King County, WA

POSITION: Media Specialist

APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 27, 2019

SALARY RANGE: GG-0301-07/09/11/12:  $44,857 to $103,441 per year

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: Few

PROMOTION POTENTIAL: The full promotion potential for this position is to the Grade 12.

DUTY LOCATION: This is a Work At Home (WAH) position. The duty station will be the selectee's home address.

AREA OF CONSIDERATION: Applicants must reside in King County, WA to be considered for this position.

WHO MAY APPLY: External – All qualified United States citizens.

HOW TO APPLY: To apply on-line, you must complete and submit an application through the USAJOBS website using the job announcement links below. To begin, click the "Apply" button and follow the prompts to either create a profile or sign into your USAJOBS account, answer the questions, and submit all required documents.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY


Governor’s Office for Regulatory Innovation and Assistance (ORIA)

ORIA is looking for an SBLT Program Specialist to better serve and facilitate the SBLT, the associated work groups, and the on-going maintenance and support of the growing list of SBLT resources. The main position objectives are to:

 

·         Regularly facilitate meetings with the SBLT and other partners;

·         Build and maintain a network of business.wa.gov partners that participate in coordinated marketing, communications, events, and assistance service; and,

·         Create and maintain communication tools, products, and strategies that make it easy for businesses to know what to do and when to do it. 

If you know of someone that would be interested please share the attached job bulletin or the following link.



Application review will begin immediately.  It will be in your best interest to apply as soon as possible.


The Pollution Liability Insurance Agency (PLIA) provides an effective and efficient government funding model that helps owners and operators meet financial responsibility and environmental cleanup requirements for underground storage tanks. 
 
PLIA seeks an experienced Legislative and Policy Manager to provide leadership and support for the agency mission as we continue to implement innovative approaches at the intersection of economic development, environmental cleanup and pollution prevention. The agency has successfully implemented major programmatic changes in the past three years and will continue building on its success with several upcoming legislative and policy proposals.
 
This is a great opportunity to join our growing team. If you meet the qualifications and have an interest in supporting economic and environmental improvement across the state, we encourage you to apply! 

To learn more click here


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We're hiring! Latino Community Fund is seeking a Finance and Grants Support Specialist, someone to support LCF’s Finance and Operations in managing both revenues and expenses, in addition to evaluating the needs of the organization and its partners. We are also hiring a Program Coordinator who will be responsible for supporting the Healthy Latino Family and Economic Empowerment Initiatives. This person will be responsible for supporting both initiatives in the reporting requirements and work closely with the Program Manager and Program Coordinator(s) to develop and implement methods to coordinate and manage data and reports.

✍️For more information about this job opportunity and to apply, please visit:
https://lnkd.in/eCPkxuC



Washington State Department of Health is hiring!

New job postings at the Department of Health:

Visit our Jobs page to learn about all job opportunities.

See what it's like to Work@Health


The Housing Authority of Snohomish County is recruiting:

A Client Service Representative, Maintenance Laborer I, and a Risk & Safety Specialist.

For more information, please see HASCO’s website.


KHTP-FM, KISW-FM, KKWF-FM, KNDD-FM, KSWD-FM has an immediate opening for a Account Executive - Seattle.

Req ID#: 30876
Job Title: Account Executive - Seattle
Job Description/Requisition Details:

We are looking for someone who is passionate about helping businesses grow through targeted media advertising solutions.  At Entercom Communications Seattle, we want the “best of the best” to represent our brands which include our four radio stations, digital advertising, events, and our e-commerce program.  You would have extensive marketing assets to offer your clients.  We offer a base salary plus the opportunity to earn up to 21% commission.

Why should you join our sales team at Entercom Seattle and what can we offer you?

1.You would be able to create multi-platform advertising opportunities including broadcast radio, internet radio, events, digital, text/mobile, and e-commerce for your clients

2.Our company, Entercom Communications, believes in being digital pioneers and has been named one of the top 500 technology innovators of 2012 by InformationWeek

3.We give our sales people the resources and support they need to be successful and earn a great income

4.You have the opportunity to bring innovative marketing ideas to life that make a difference for your clients and their businesses

5.You would be surrounded by other creative, collaborative, high energy people

Responsibilities:

·         Building strong relationships with advertisers to ensure their success and repeat business

·         Proactively develop new business by using all of our advertising and marketing assets

·         Creating marketing campaigns and strategically selling to local and regional decision makers

·         Closing business and executing the client campaign as agreed upon

·         Provide exceptional customer service for your clients

·         Achieve sales objectives and goals

·         Continually build your knowledge of industry trends, opportunities, and innovations

 

About Our Company:

At Entercom Seattle our radio assets include 99.9 KISW, 94.1 The Sound, 100.7 The Wolf, Hot 103.7, and 107.7 The End.  We work relentlessly to deliver compelling content, engaged audiences and successful results for our clients.  We believe that our people are at the center of our mission to enhance our communities and provide a dynamic and fulfilling work environment.  Entercom Communications is one of the largest radio broadcasting companies in the U.S. with over 100 stations in 23 markets.  We are known for developing unique and highly successful locally programmed stations and providing multi-platform marketing solutions with audio, digital and experiential assets.  


Qualifications:

Essential Qualifications:

·         Experience in selling media, marketing, or digital platforms

·         Ability to develop new business and manage sales with a proven track record of exceeding goals

·         Thorough understanding of advertising and marketing including digital, audio, and interactive

·         A creative mind to put together unique campaigns focused on solving client needs

·         Problem solving ability – someone who sees a problem as an opportunity to develop business

·         Proficiency in MS Office Programs including Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint

·         A positive attitude and a desire to continuously grow your income!



Please have interested candidates visit our web site at https://entercom.avature.net/careers/JobDetail?id=13567 to apply.


the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington is inviting applications for a Youth Policy Counsel!

The ACLU of Washington is a non-profit, public interest organization devoted to protecting civil rights and civil liberties. Its staff and numerous volunteers work in a fast-paced, friendly and professional office in downtown Seattle.

Full application click here!


The City of Seattle's Department of Education & Early Learning is hiring a Middle School and High School Program Advisor, as well as a Communications & Outreach Manager.

The Middle School & High School Program Advisor will manage a $6 million per year portfolio of education investments designed to support academic success and college and career readiness. The person in this position will be an integral member of the K-12 College and Career Team at DEEL and, in partnership with the Seattle Mayor, City Council, Seattle Public Schools and regional community partners, will help deliver on the vision for our city where children, youth, and families have equitable access to high-quality educational services, supports, and outcomes.

Here is a direct link to the job description and application page:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2372020/middle-school-high-school-program-advisor

The Communications & Outreach Manager will serve as a dynamic leader in managing and coordinating integrated plans for all community outreach and engagement, public affairs, digital content development, social media, and communication strategies for the department.

Here is a direct link to the job description and application page:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2382793/communications-outreach-manager

We will be accepting applications for both positions until 4:00pm Pacific Time on Tuesday, April 2, 2019.


Washington State Department of Licensing

Communication. Innovation. Compassion. Confidence.

We have a meaningful and dynamic position for a communications professional where you have the opportunity as a servant-leader to provide communications and outreach to our diverse populations and underserved communities.

This position serves the southwestern region of the state and will require extensive travel throughout the region. The location of the position is flexible within the region with occasional meetings, training, and events in Olympia.
 

In this role, you will assist our Communications and Outreach Manager in implementing a strategic, multi-faceted outreach program that effectively communicates with all of our customers, agency partners and the media. You will help to build and strengthen our relationships in the communities we serve, using innovative communication.  Additionally, you will support our Office of Equity and Inclusion in implementing our agency purpose and values.

Our ideal candidate is a motivated skilled communicator with the ability to develop relationships, find opportunities for outreach, maintain confidentiality and believe in solution based approaches through the lens of diversity, equity and inclusion.  Bi-lingual ability is highly desired but not required.


Make a difference. Join our team!

Our purpose: "Helping every Washington resident live, work, drive, and thrive."

Our values: Respect, Trust, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Apply at DOL


American Civil Liberties Union of Washington is inviting applications for an Online Communications Specialist!

The ACLU of Washington is a non-profit, public interest organization devoted to protecting civil rights and civil liberties. Its staff and numerous volunteers work in a fast-paced, friendly and professional office in downtown Seattle.


DSHS is hiring!

Server Administrator – ad expires 3/12/19 

You can always find all current job ads for all State positions at www.careers.wa.gov. For up-to-date DSHS career opportunities, connect with me on linkedin.com/in/JBastromAtDSHS.


South Puget Sound Community College Employment Opportunities:

Full position announcements and application details are available via the individual links below, or at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/spscc.

Associate Dean of Transition Studies

Full-time

$73,000.00 - $76,000.00 Annually

Priority review:
April 8, 2019

Cook 1

Full-time

$2,353.00 - $3,031.00 Monthly

Open until filled.

Accounting Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track

Full-time Faculty

See Position Description

04/07/19

Adult Basic Education - IBEST Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track

Full-time Faculty

See Position Description

03/01/19

Math Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track (3 Positions)

Full-time Faculty

See Position Description

03/01/19

Nursing Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track

Full-time Faculty

See Position Description

Open until filled.

Psychology Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track (2Positions)

Full-time Faculty

See Position Description

03/01/19

Dentist (Part-Time)

Part-time

$56.55 Hourly

Continuous

Food Service Worker

Part-time

$12.74 - $16.25 Hourly

Continuous

Graphic Design Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

Programming Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

Sign Language Interpreter

Part-time

$52.02 Hourly

Continuous

Accounting Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

American Sign Language (ASL) Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Anatomy and Physiology and Human Biology Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Anthropology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Automotive Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Biology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Chemistry Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Class Guitar Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

College-Level Mathematics Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Communication Studies Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

English Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Medical Assisting Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Medical Billing & Coding Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Nursing Assistant Certification (NAC) Adjunct Instructor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Nursing Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Psychology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous


DSHS Social Service Specialist 3 | Many Opportunities, State-wide | Apply Today

DSHS Adult Protective Social Service Investigator: A career that improves the quality of life for others.

WA State Department of Social and Health Services, Adult Protective Services receives and investigates reports of allegations of abuse, abandonment, neglect, self-neglect and financial exploitation of vulnerable adults living in the community and in facilities. DSHS is increasing investigative staff to ensure the growing senior population in WA State is protected both today and tomorrow.

APS investigators are social workers who have had some experience assessing risk and safety of adults or children. Most have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in social/human service fields. This experience gives them the knowledge they need to conduct interviews with clients at their residence, which can be at a home, hospital, or nursing home/residential facility. Investigations conducted include allegations of anything that may put the client’s standard of living at risk. APS Social Service Investigators are client advocates, providing crisis intervention, resources and solutions that affect positive change in others’ lives.

This rewarding career offers fantastic benefits including family medical and dental eligibility from day one; pension, with a 401K option; yearly salary increases; generous vacation, holiday, and sick leave; and long-term disability plans. A life you transform, could be your own.

Click this link, for current Adult Protective Social Service Investigator openings at locations throughout WA State, http://bit.ly/2T4r2dW. And check back often, for updated openings.


You are subscribed to Jobs at DOH alerts for Washington State Department of Health. To reply to this message, email recruitment@doh.wa.gov

New job postings at the Department of Health:

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The City of Tacoma is recruiting candidates for the position of Business Manager for Tacoma Venues and Events.

To be considered for this rewarding career opportunity, please apply online through the City of Tacoma's website and attach a detailed resume and cover letter describing your experience, training and expertise as it relates to this position.

Business Manager - Tacoma Venues and Events

This recruitment closes March 18, 2019 at 5:00pm (PST). Review of applicants will take place at that time to assess the viability of the candidates that have applied. Applicants who have the strongest background relative to the position responsibilities may be invited to participate in an interview. 


Thurston County Employment Opportunities:

For general information, application documents or for a complete job announcement, please visit our website at http://www.co.thurston.wa.us/hr/employment.htm


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HIRING EVENT: South Pierce County Job Fair - 3/28

 

WHEN: Thursday, March 28th

TIME: from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

LOCATION: Bethel Learning Center

ADDRESS: 21818 38th AVE E, Spanaway, WA 98387

 

Come prepared for an on the spot interview on the day of the hiring event. Bring your résumé.

Meet employers in these industries and more:

  • Healthcare

  • Construction

  • Advanced Manufacturing

  • Transportation

  • Warehouse/Logistics

APPLY

Attend the event to learn about job opportunities with Multiple Companies. Information on available positions will be presented.


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HIRING EVENT: 253 Works Mini Job Fair- 2/27

 

WHEN: Wednesday, February 27th

TIME: from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM

LOCATION: WorkSource Pierce

ADDRESS: 2121 S. State Street Suite 300, Tacoma, WA 98405

 

Employers:

  • Goodwill

  • Home Depot

  • People Ready

  • Cascade Park Communities

  • Fastenal

  • Service Linen

 

 

APPLY

Attend the event to learn about job opportunities with these Employers. Information on available positions will be presented.



Job Title

FOOD SERVICE MANAGER 2

Salary

$3,249.00 - $4,250.00 Monthly

Job Type

Full Time - Permanent

Location

Kitsap County – Bremerton, Washington

Department

Military Department

This job posting will remain open until filled.  Screening of application materials will begin immediately and will be on-going.  It is in the applicants' best interest to submit their application materials as early as possible.  The hiring manager reserves the right to make a hiring decision at any time.  This job posting may be closed at any time without notice.

Under the general direction of the Programs Officer of the Washington Youth Academy (WYA), the Food Service Manager 2 manages the WYA Dining Facility (DFAC) that is responsible for the preparation of more than 13,000 meals each month to feed up to 165 Cadets and 30 Staff members during two six-month periods (January to June and July to December) each year.  The Food Service Manager 2 also supervises, coordinates and participates in the preparation and serving of food on all shifts at the Washington Youth Academy.  This position is a working manager/supervisor who directly and constantly interacts with the members of the Cadet Corps including during non-traditional hours, evenings, weekends, and holidays.

To view the complete job announcement and information on how to apply, click on the link below:

Food Service Manager 2  

Applicants are required to apply through the State’s Online Recruiting System which can be accessed at:

www.careers.wa.gov

 


Job Title

WYA Counselor

Salary

$3,758.00 - $4,929.00 Monthly

Job Type

Full Time - Permanent

Location

Kitsap County – Bremerton, Washington

Department

Military Department

 DREAM!     BELIEVE!     ACHIEVE!

 
An exciting opportunity to make a difference in the lives of Washington's youth!   

This job posting will remain open until filled.  Screening of application materials will begin immediately and will be on-going.  It is in the applicants' best interest to submit their application materials as early as possible.  The hiring manager reserves the right to make a hiring decision at any time.  This job posting may be closed at any time without notice.


Under the direction of the Academy's Lead Counselor (Youth Academy Counseling and Coordination Specialist 4) - provides professional, non-clinical/non-therapeutic guidance and counseling services directly to the 16-18 year old "At-Risk" youth (student Cadets) enrolled in the Washington Youth Academy (WYA), while providing consultation and training to Academy staff. Delivers instructional, individual, and small group guidance and counseling, to include activities and instruction that support the Academy's Eight Core Components, career/vocational planning, academic success, and personal/social adjustment to include, job skills, financial literacy, personal discipline, self-esteem, life-coping skills, and drug and alcohol education skills. Coordinates and monitors progress of Cadets and prepares accurate, timely reports, forms and records.

To view the complete job announcement and information on how to apply, click on the link below:

WYA Counselor

Applicants are required to apply through the State’s Online Recruiting System which can be accessed at: www.careers.wa.gov


New job postings at the Department of Health:

Visit our Jobs page to learn about all job opportunities.


HIRING EVENT: Hughes Group LLC. - 2/28

 

WHEN: Thursday, February 28th

TIME: from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM

LOCATION: WorkSource Pierce

ADDRESS: 2121 S. State Street Suite 300, Tacoma, WA 98405

 

Come prepared for an on the spot interview on the day of the hiring event. Bring your résumé.

 

Positions available:

  • General Labor

  • Striper

  • Curbing Technician

  • Seal Coater

  • Landscaping Labor

 

 

APPLY

Attend the event to learn about job opportunities with Hughes Group. Information on available positions will be presented.

 

QUESTIONS?

Contact Anthony Delgado at Anthony.Delgado@Rescare.com

Or Samuel Bradshaw at Sbradshaw@esd.wa.gov


Community Youth Services is hiring!

...HERE FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION ON CYS’ MOST CURRENT POSITIONS

POSITION TITLE

Foster Care Associate Case Manager

Haven House Associate Counselor

ICD Family Services Clinician

ICD JCDT Clinical Transition Specialist

ICD Psychiatric Medication Provider

ICD TAY Therapist

ICD TAY Therapist

ICD TAY Therapist

ICD TAY Wrap-Around Facilitator

ICD TAY Wrap-Around Facilitator

ICD TAY Youth Engagement Specialist

ICD TAY Youth Engagement Specialist

New Directions Associate Counselor

Street Outreach Peer Youth Advocate

YAS Overnight Counselor


February 20, 2019

South Puget Sound Community College

Accounting Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track

Priority review 04/07/19

Adult Basic Education - IBEST Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track

Full-time

03/01/19

Math Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track (3 Positions)

Full-time

03/01/19

Nursing Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track

Full-time

Priority review 3/1/2019

Psychology Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track (2Positions)

Full-time

03/01/19

Sign Language Interpreter

Part-time

$52.02 Hourly

Continuous

Dentist (Part-Time)

Part-time

$56.55 Hourly

Continuous

Food Service Worker

Part-time

$12.74 - $16.25 Hourly

Continuous

Graphic Design Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

Programming Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

Accounting Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

American Sign Language (ASL) Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Anatomy and Physiology and Human Biology Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Anthropology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Automotive Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Biology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Chemistry Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Class Guitar Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

College-Level Mathematics Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Communication Studies Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

English Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Medical Billing & Coding Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Nursing Assistant Certification (NAC) Adjunct Instructor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Nursing Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Psychology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous


New job postings at the Department of Health:

Closing soon!

IT & project management:

Other opportunities:

 

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Please see below details and attached flyer for our annual Youth Employment, Education, and Career Fair @ Seattle Goodwill on Feb 19.

 

Let me know if you have any questions about the event.

 

Dan Bernard | Communities of Opportunity Employment Manager | King County Department of Community & Human Services | dan.bernard@kingcounty.gov | www.kingcounty.gov/coo  

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YOUTH EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION, and CAREER FAIR

Target age is 16-24 year olds, but all are welcome!

 

When: Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 1:30pm-4:30pm

Where: Seattle Goodwill, 700 Dearborn Place S., Seattle, WA 98144

More info & Updated List of Employers: https://youthemploymentfair.eventbrite.com

 

Featuring:

·     25+ employers looking to hire youth and young adults

·     On-site interviews with select employers

·     Employment, Education, and Internship opportunities

·     “Interview Tips” Workshop by Nordstrom staff

·     “Customer Service Skills” Workshop by Starbucks staff

·     Resume & Job Application Assistance

·     Snacks & Door Prizes

 

Participating Employers (and some of their job openings):

·     Airport Jobs (many different jobs at Sea-Tac Airport)

·     Amazon (entry level fulfillment associates)

·     Associated Recreation Council/ARC (day camp & specialty camp counselors, school age care counselors)

·     Auntie Anne's/Cinnabon/Schlotzky's (crew members, shift leaders)

·     Booking.com (customer service guest executive)

·     City of Seattle (internships for mechanics, tire & lube specialists, customer service)

·     College Nannies Sitters & Tutor's (p/t & f/t sitters)

·     Costco (member service agents)

·     Express Employment Professionals (admin, light industrial, transportation)

·     FedEx Ground (package handlers)

·     Jamba juice (team members, shift leads)

·     Kaman Art @ Woodland Park Zoo (face painters, body artists, photographers)

·     MOD Pizza (cooks, cashiers, shift leads)

·     Museum of Pop Culture/MoPop (visitor staff)

·     Nike retail (seasonal part-time athletes)

·     Nordstrom/Nordstrom Rack (sales & support jobs)

·     Pacific Science Center (summer camp positions, cashier, IMAX)

·     Paramount Rehab (CNAs)

·     PCC Markets (deli clerk, courtesy clerk, dishwasher, cook, cashier)

·     Port of Seattle (various youth internships)

·     Safeway/Albertsons (food clerks, produce clerks, deli clerks, courtesy clerks, cashiers)

·     Seattle Fire Department (entry level firefighter)

·     Seattle Goodwill (customer service, donation attendant, custodian, material handler)

·     Space Needle and Chihuly Garden & Glass (multiple summer opportunities)

·     Starbucks (baristas)

·     Taco Time (crew members, shift leaders)

·     Target (cashiers)

·     YMCA (f/t & p/t camp and support jobs)

 

Employment & Education and other Resource Providers:

·     ANEW

·     Boys & Girls Clubs YouthForce program

·     JUMA

·     KUOW

·     Seattle Central College

·     Seattle Goodwill Mariner & Aerospace Training program

·     South Seattle College

·     Year Up

·     YMCA

·     YouthSource/WorkSource


Puget Sound Partnership is HIRING!

The Environmental Planner Project position recruitment is now live! It is expected to be funded through at least September of 2020.


The Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission is an independent agency working to promote public confidence in government through the City's Ethics, Whistleblower, Lobbying, and Elections Codes. They are committed to integrity, impartiality, independence, and transparency. Part of the SEEC's mission is to oversee the City's Election Code, which requires that all candidates for elective office in Seattle, and all proponents or opponents of ballot propositions in Seattle, file campaign disclosure reports detailing their campaign activity. In 2019, all seven District City Council seats are on the ballot and they are expecting to see more candidates running for office than ever before. As a result, I am assisting the SEEC with finding a temporary Campaign Finance Auditor who will review electronic campaign disclosure filings to identify discrepancies or failures to comply with the Elections Code.

This is a temporary position that is expected to last through the end of 2019.

Here is a direct link to the job description and application page:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2333895/campaign-finance-auditor

We will be accepting applications for this position until 4:00pm Pacific Time on Tuesday, February 19, 2019.


New job postings at Department of Health:

Visit our Jobs page to learn about all job opportunities.


ACLU Washington

The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington is inviting applications for a Communications Assistant!

 

The ACLU of Washington is a non-profit, public interest organization devoted to protecting civil rights and civil liberties. Its staff and numerous volunteers work in a fast-paced, friendly and professional office in downtown Seattle.




01/31/2019

 

SWX SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR

 

SWX, a 24-hour sports entertainment channel in the Northwest, is looking to expand its team with a brand-new position to share its content with a sports-hungry audience.  We are looking for a Social Media Coordinator to lead our team of producers and broadcasters in spreading our message across multiple platforms.  Twitter, Facebook, and a revamped website are just a few of the places where we need you to post content, engage our audience, and grow our viewership.  We're not looking for a sports person per se… we're looking for a person who "gets" social media and online content.  We want you to take our website and social platforms to the next level and take our audience with you.  We are in the heart of an incredible sports market that boasts Final 4 contender Gonzaga, Pac-12 sports at Washington State, the Big Sky Conference at Eastern Washington and Idaho, along with top tier minor league teams like Spokane Chiefs Hockey and Spokane Indians Baseball.  We cover it all aggressively to fuel a nightly half-hour sports show, and we want our online presence to be with us every step of the way.  Send us your resume and cover letter now to begin an adventure you'll never forget.  Send to:  John Fritz, SWX Station Manager, at:  john.fritz@khq.com  No phone calls please.  EOE, women and minorities are encouraged to apply.


 

Housing Specialist I position at the Housing Authority of Snohomish County

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT



POSITION SUMMARY:   The Housing Authority of Snohomish County (HASCO) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Housing Specialist I. A successful applicant for this position will be highly organized and able to handle competing priorities with a healthy sense of humor and commitment to success. You’ll present yourself as a professional, demonstrate excellent rapport building skills and have a strong ability and desire to provide great client service. This position maintains a Section 8 client caseload of approximately 225-325 regular Section 8 and non-elderly disabled (NED) clients requiring thoroughness and accuracy.  Requires responsible and consistent decision making related to the area of assignment.  Work requires accuracy and attention to detail.

QUALIFICATIONS:  High school graduate or GED equivalent required, with vocational training in office skills preferred. A minimum of one-year relevant work experience; with demonstrated success in meeting work deadlines.  Must have knowledge of general office procedures, 10-key by touch, accurate typing and ability to operate standard office machines.  Requires strong computer skills; will use Microsoft Word, Access, Excel and specialized document software.

COMPENSATION:        The annual salary is $40,029.  The Housing Authority offers a very competitive benefit package including medical and dental insurance, supplemental insurance policies, retirement and deferred compensation plans. The Housing Authority also provides flexible schedule options and generous paid time off, including holiday pay.

CLOSING DATE:           Interested applicants can apply here. Position is open until filled. If you require assistance, please call Personnel at (425) 293-0530. Interviews for qualified candidates may be scheduled concurrently with the posting period and/or directly following the closing date.


If you know anyone who may be interested in joining the Apprenticeship program, please forward the attached contractor information, or they may visit our training website at www.training669.org.  Each individual may apply to as many of the 669 contractors as they would like.  


Multi-Media Journalist - KAPP/KVEW TV - Yakima, WA/Kennewick, WA

 

About us:

KAPP/KVEW TV, your local ABC affiliate in the Yakima/Tri Cities market of Washington State, is part of Morgan Murphy Media.  We are a family-owned, people first business and our communities are at the core of what we do and who we are.

 

About this opportunity:

KAPP/KVEW TV is seeking a motivated and innovative Multi-Media Journalist to join our newsroom (Yakima/Kennewick, WA). If you are a true storyteller who does not rely on press releases or officials for the news, then this job is for you! It is truly one of those jobs that will be what you make of it. We are looking for motivated individuals with a strong work ethic who are not afraid to hustle. In this job, you will do it all from shooting to writing to editing to reporting live in studio and in the field with the possibility of learning more than you ever have before.

 

What you’ll do:

●    Enterprise viable and compelling stories for newscasts, website and other platforms
●    Shoot quality video with digital cameras and cell phones
●    Shoot and edit your own videos
●    Publish content and generate story ideas through social media platforms: Facebook,

      Twitter, Instagram
●    Create content and write stories for our website yaktrinews.com
●    Travel 100 miles or more if required to cover story
●    Maintain contacts and foster relationships in the community
●    Fill in as editor as needed

●   Fill in as producer as needed

●   May be asked to go out into the community and represent KAPP/KVEW TV

 

What you’ll bring:

●    Two-year degree or equivalent work experience
●    Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in journalism
●    Sound editorial judgment and broad knowledge of journalism ethics and libel laws
●    Ability to work under extreme pressure and meet deadlines every day
●    Team player mindset
●    Ability to work with Edius video editing system
●    Computer literacy, including iNews newsroom computer system
●    Ability to lift and carry 15 pounds
●    Conversational Spanish is a plus but not required

 

What KAPP/KVEW offers:

·         We’re a dynamic and progressive family-owned business that values our employees, our culture and our community

·         We are a team of driven and creative professionals.  Who wouldn’t want to work with the best in the business?

·         Medical, dental, vision, prescription, life and long term disability insurance, EAP, flexible spending account, 401(k), paid time off including vacation, sick, personal days and holidays

 

What’s next?

We want excited, passionate journalists with great ideas and the ability to work in a fast-paced newsroom with a great team.  To apply on-line and send your resume and link go to https://www.yaktrinews.com/station/employment/

 

KAPP/KVEW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 


Full position announcements
and application details are available via the individual links below, or at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/spscc.

 

January 28, 2019

 

Job Title

Job Type

Salary

Closing

Nursing Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track

Faculty

See Position Description

Open until filled.

Adult Basic Education - IBEST Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track

Faculty

See Position Description

03/01/19

Math Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track (3 Positions)

Faculty

See Position Description

03/01/19

Psychology Professor, Full-Time Tenure Track (2 Positions)

Faculty

See Position Description

03/01/19


Capital Projects Manager

Full-time

$70,000.00 - $75,000.00 Annually

Open until filled.

Security Guard 1, Part-Time

Part-time

$16.61 Hourly

02/03/19

Sign Language Interpreter

Part-time

$51.00 Hourly

Continuous

Food Service Worker

Part-time

$12.74 - $16.25 Hourly

Continuous

Graphic Design Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

Programming Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

American Sign Language (ASL) Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Anatomy and Physiology and Human Biology Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Anthropology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Automotive Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Biology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Chemistry Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Class Guitar Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

College-Level Mathematics Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Communication Studies Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

English Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Medical Billing & Coding Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Nursing Assistant Certification (NAC) Adjunct Instructor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Nursing Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Psychology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous




The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting for up to 11 new Partnership Specialists (including Spanish speakers) in King County. They need help from those of us living and working in the community to encourage qualified applicants, especially those with experience working on issues related to early childhood development, homelessness, persons with disabilities, K-12 education and health care. The deadline for applications is February 1, 2019.

You can view the announcements at the link(s) provided below:

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521644800

RCC2020LA-2019-0220 (External)

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521643300

RCC2020LA-2019-0222 (External – Spanish)


 

Job Title:

Financial Program Manager (Emergency Management Program Specialist 3)

Opening Date/Time:

Tue. 01/08/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time:

Tue. 01/22/19 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Salary:

$4,809.00 - $6,307.00 Monthly

Job Type:

Full Time - Permanent

Location:

Pierce County – Lakewood, Washington

Department:

Military Department

 

Job Title:

Hazard Mitigation Program Manager (Emergency Management Program Specialist 3)

Opening Date/Time:

Tue. 01/08/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time:

Tue. 01/29/19 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Salary:

$4,809.00 - $6,307.00 Monthly

Job Type:

Project (limited duration)

Location:

Pierce County – Lakewood, Washington

Department:

Military Department

 

Job Title:

State Preparedness Assessment Program Manager (Emergency Management Program Specialist 3)

Opening Date/Time:

Wed. 01/09/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time:

Wed. 01/23/19 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Salary:

$4,809.00 - $6,307.00 Monthly

Job Type:

Full Time - Permanent

Location:

Pierce County – Lakewood, Washington

Department:

Military Department

 

Job Title:

Custodian 2

Opening Date/Time:

Wed. 01/09/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time:

Wed. 01/23/19 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Salary:

$2,258.00 - $2,905.00 Monthly

Job Type:

Full Time - Permanent

Location:

Pierce County – Lakewood, Washington

Department:

Military Department

 

Here’s a link to all of our employment opportunities.  Applicants are required to apply via the www.careers.wa.gov website. 

https://www.mil.wa.gov/job-opportunities/state-human-resources/state-job-opportunities






Washington State Department of Corrections

CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS: Washington State Department of Corrections is well-renown and globally recognized for its evidenced-based programs and innovative approach to the field of corrections. We are currently accepting applications for multiple Correctional Officer positions throughout the state! We are looking for motivated and talented leaders to serve as pro-social role models to the incarcerated individuals and demonstrate upstanding behavior that will prepare them for successful reentry into the community. For more information or to APPLY, visit jobs.doc.wa.gov| keyword: CO1


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

COMMUNITY SERVICES CASE MANAGER

POSITION SUMMARY:   The Housing Authority of Snohomish County (HASCO) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Community Services Case Manager. A successful applicant for this position will be highly organized and able to handle competing priorities with a healthy sense of humor and commitment to success. You’ll present yourself as a professional, demonstrate excellent rapport building skills and have a strong ability and desire to provide great client service. This position is responsible for assisting clients in maintaining housing from initial referral to the end of participation.  Duties include engaging participants in trusting relationships, providing participants with information and support in identifying internal and external resources, provide ongoing and active outreach to tenants, conduct comprehensive assessments and work with tenants and property management to coordinate eviction prevention efforts. Position may manage computerized service data and reporting systems. Work requires strong problem-solving skills and the capacity to respond to crisis situations.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree in social or behavioral science required. Minimum one-year experience working with populations who are homeless, have mental illness, chronic health conditions, and/or substance disorders or any equivalent combination of education, training and previous work experience that provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities. Master’s Degree in social work or related field preferred.

COMPENSATION:        The annual salary is $52,315.  The Housing Authority offers a very competitive benefit package including medical and dental insurance, supplemental insurance policies, retirement and deferred compensation plans. The Housing Authority also provides flexible schedule options and generous paid time off, including holiday pay.

CLOSING DATE:           Interested applicants can apply here. Applications need to be received by January 16, 2019. If you require assistance, please call Personnel at (425) 293-0530. Interviews for qualified candidates may be scheduled concurrently with the posting period and/or directly following the closing date.

For more information, please see HASCO’s website or click this link.


Below are two new employment opportunities working for the State of Washington – Military Department – Information Technology Division.  Please distribute/post to those you feel would benefit.  Thank you!!!!

Job Title:

IT Network, Systems and Service Operations Supervisor (IT Specialist 6) Opening Date/Time:

Fri. 12/28/18 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time:

Sun. 01/13/19 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Salary:

$6,159.00 - $8,076.00 Monthly

Job Type:

Full Time - Permanent

Location:

Pierce County – Lakewood, Washington

Department:

Military Department

Under the direction of the Deputy Chief Information Officer, this position serves as designated expert providing technical and organizational leadership in network architecture/operations, cloud migration/maintenance and desktop support for statewide technology resources.

To view the complete announcement and information on how to apply, click on the link below.

IT Network Systems & Service Operations Supervisor - ITS 6

Applicants are required to apply through the State’s Online Recruiting System which can be accessed at:www.careers.wa.gov

 Job Title:

Telecom/Desktop Support Technician (IT Specialist 3)

Opening Date/Time:

Fri. 12/28/18 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time:

Sun. 01/13/19 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Salary:

$4,577.00 - $6,003.00 Monthly

Job Type:

Full Time - Permanent

Location:

Pierce County – Lakewood, Washington

Department:

Military Department

This position reports to the Telecommunications Supervisor and is responsible to provide professional level information technology telecommunications helpdesk and desktop support within the Information Technology Division. 

To view the complete announcement and information on how to apply, click on the link below.

Telecom/Desktop Support Technician - ITS 3

Applicants are required to apply through the State’s Online Recruiting System which can be accessed at:

www.careers.wa.gov


Please share the following list of job opportunities with your professional networks, as well as with those who may be interested in working with us at South Puget Sound Community College.

 

Full position announcements and application details are available via the individual links below, or at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/spscc.

January 2, 2019

Job Title

Job Type

Salary

Closing

Capital Projects Manager

Full-time

$70,000.00 - $75,000.00 Annually

Open until filled.

Custodian 2

Full-time

$2,258.00 - $2,905.00 Monthly

01/02/19

Outreach/Admissions Specialist

Full-time

$45,000.00 - $48,000.00 Annually

01/03/19

Program Assistant - Assessment Center

Full-time

$2,414.00 - $3,115.00 Monthly

01/02/19

Food Service Worker

Part-time

$12.49 - $15.93 Hourly

Continuous

Stockroom Attendant 2 (Part-Time)

Part-time

$12.98 Hourly

Open until filled.

Sign Language Interpreter

Part-time

$51.00 Hourly

Continuous

American Sign Language (ASL) Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Anthropology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Automotive Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Biology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Chemistry Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Class Guitar Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

College-Level Mathematics Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Communication Studies Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

English Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Medical Billing & Coding Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

 


Good day,

The City of Tacoma is now accepting applications for several positions:

5365-19

Animal Control and Compliance Officer

$24.42 - $29.67 Hourly

1/4/2019

5015-18

Asphalt Plant Operator

$29.54 - $32.55 Hourly

1/22/2019

5128-18

CAISO Analyst

$108,992.00 - $139,713.59 Annually

Continuous

1135-18S

Continuous Improvement Analyst, Sr. - Management Analyst III

$84,614.40 - $108,472.00 Annually

12/31/2018

1131-18C

Continuous Improvement: Learning Lead (City Wide Training) - Human Resources Analyst, Senior

$75,836.80 - $97,240.00 Annually

12/31/2018

1131-18D

Continuous Improvement: Organizational Effectiveness Lead - Human Resources Analyst, Senior

$75,836.80 - $97,240.00 Annually

12/31/2018

2056-18

Division Manager, Environmental Services Department

$126,609.60 - $162,302.39 Annually

0146-18

Economic Development Program Manager

$102,398.40 - $131,268.80 Annually

1/11/2019

2134-18A

Energy Conservation Engineering Manager

$111,654.40 - $143,166.41 Annually

Continuous

2070-18

Engineer

$79,518.40 - $101,940.80 Annually

1/22/2019

2134-18C

Engineer/Project Manager

$79,872.00 - $143,166.41 Annually

Continuous

0817-19

Engineering Manager

$116,584.00 - $149,427.19 Annually

Continuous

5001-17

Laborer (Seasonal Worker)

$12.85 - $15.62 Hourly

9054-LI-18

Library Public Information Officer

$75,233.59 - $91,811.20 Annually

1/7/2019

1120 - 18R

Management and Budget Analyst - MA II

$67,953.59 - $87,110.40 Annually

1120-18S

Management Analyst II, Fire, Finance & Planning

$67,953.59 - $87,110.40 Annually

 1120-18P

Mobile Work Management Analyst

$67,953.59 - $87,110.40 Annually

1/7/2019

4201-19

Police Officer Recruit (Entry Level)

$31.10 - $37.23 Hourly

1/2/2019

2082-18D

Professional Engineer, Public Works Capital Improvements

$89,918.40 - $115,294.40 Annually

2082-18F

Professional Transportation Engineer

$89,918.40 - $115,294.40 Annually

0533-18B

Rail Administration Manager

$99,715.20 - $127,836.80 Annually

1/18/2019

2343-18A

Real Estate Officer - Tacoma Public Utilities

$37.57 - $48.18 Hourly

1/9/2019

2069-18

Real-Time Energy Trader

$107,806.41 - $138,195.20 Annually

Continuous

0151-18C

Senior GIS Developer (ESRI) - IT Analyst, Senior

$67,433.59 - $104,624.00 Annually

1/18/2019

0815-19

T&D System Operations Manager

$142,396.80 - $182,582.39 Annually

1/14/2019

1120-18Q

Tacoma Venues & Events - Management Analyst II

$67,953.59 - $87,110.40 Annually

1/2/2019

5112-18

Water Treatment Plant Operator

$40.32 - $42.34 Hourly

1/3/2019

To view job announcements for all City of Tacoma jobs, click here:

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

Click on a job title to view the complete job posting of any position listed. Thank you for sharing these career opportunities with others.

You are encouraged to complete a job interest card with City of Tacoma. Job interest cards are active for one year from the date of submission. Until that date, you will be notified when any position for the job category or job classifications that you have selected becomes available. Please visit:  www.cityoftacoma.org/jobs and go to Job Interest Card at the left side of the webpage.


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The Office of Policy & External Relations is actively recruiting to fill our Constituent Services Manager.

Please feel free to share this recruitment announcement. If you have any questions, you are encouraged to contact the recruiter, Lindsey White, by email at Lindsey.white@dshs.wa.gov or phone (360) 890-5962.

The recruitment will close on 12/20/18.


The Washington State Department of Corrections is hiring

Please see current DOC featured job posting(s) below:

CIVIL RIGHTS INVESTIGATIONS SUPERVISOR: The Workplace Diversity Unit is excited to announce a new opportunity for a Civil Rights Investigations Supervisor (Program Specialist 5), located in Lacey, WA. Reporting directly to the Equity and Inclusion Administrator, this position will provide program direction and management of civil rights investigations and will supervise three Human Resource Consultant 4 – Workplace Diversity Consultants. Click on the link above for details and don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions. For more information or to APPLY, visit jobs.doc.wa.gov| keyword: PS5

CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROFESSIONAL: The Substance Abuse Recovery Unit (SARU) at the Department of Corrections is seeking a Certified Chemical Dependency Professional to serve Southeastern Washington in a 2-3 year project position. This Program Specialist 4 opportunity is funded by the State Opioid Response grant and will be focused on effecting positive changes through assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of offenders who have a current struggle with or past history of opioid use. For more information or to APPLY, visit jobs.doc.wa.gov| keyword: SARU

CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS: Washington State Department of Corrections is well-renown and globally recognized for its evidenced-based programs and innovative approach to the field of corrections. We are currently accepting applications for multiple Correctional Officer positions throughout the state! We are looking for motivated and talented leaders to serve as pro-social role models to the incarcerated individuals and demonstrate upstanding behavior that will prepare them for successful reentry into the community. For more information or to APPLY, visit jobs.doc.wa.gov| keyword: CO1


South Puget Sound Community College is hiring!

Full position announcements and application details are available via the individual links below, or at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/spscc.

 

December 14, 2018

Program Assistant - Assessment Center

Full-time

$2,414.00 - $3,115.00 Monthly

01/02/19

Food Service Worker

Part-time

$12.49 - $15.93 Hourly

Continuous

Graphic Design Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

Media Technician

Part-time

$14.86 Hourly

Continuous

Programming Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

Stockroom Attendant 2 (Part-Time)

Part-time

$12.98 Hourly

Continuous

Sign Language Interpreter

Part-time

$51.00 Hourly

Continuous

American Sign Language (ASL) Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

See Position Description

Continuous

Anthropology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

See Position Description

Continuous

Automotive Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

See Position Description

Continuous

Biology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

See Position Description

Continuous

Chemistry Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

See Position Description

Continuous

Class Guitar Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

See Position Description

Continuous

College-Level Mathematics Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

See Position Description

Continuous

Communication Studies Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

See Position Description

Continuous

English Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

See Position Description

Continuous

Medical Billing & Coding Adjunct Professor

Adjunct Faculty

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Continuous

Nursing Assistant Certification (NAC) Adjunct Instructor

Adjunct Faculty

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Continuous

Nursing Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

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Continuous

Piano Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

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Continuous

Psychology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct Faculty

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Continuous

Small Group Communication Adjunct Professor

Adjunct Faculty

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12/31/18


Cox Media Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer actively seeking to recruit, hire and promote qualified applicants.

  • Account Executive 188095 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

  • Account Executive- KIRO TV 187394 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

  • Assignment Editor 1818022 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

  • Digital Content Producer 1816953 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

  • Digital Sales Specialist 1811922 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

  • Director of News Technology 1814536 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

  • News Director 1811963 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

  • Writer/Producer 1813357 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

  • http://jobs.coxmediagroup.com/


The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services is hiring:

The Department of Social and Health Services is the largest Washington state agency and assists 2.5 million people.

Within DSHS, you can find jobs in many occupations:  Social Service, Medical, Maintenance, Security, Information Technology, Truck Driver, Benefits Eligibility, and many other roles.

To assist those who have served in the military, one can search for jobs by using the military occupation code/military experience at this website:  http://bit.ly/2PLgnT0

Current job openings and more information can be found on our LinkedIn page at http://bit.ly/2Qrvzlg


DIGITAL MEDIA SPECIALIST

About us:

KAPP TV and KVEW TV are part of Morgan Murphy Media.  We are a family-owned, people first business located in Kennewick, WA, and Yakima, WA, and our communities are at the core of what we do and who we are.

 

About this opportunity:

KAPP/KVEW is seeking a motivated and innovative Digital Media Specialist to develop, execute, and implement all digital sales strategies. The successful candidate will have experience with digital sales processes, digital platforms, technical markets, pricing models, channels of distribution, technology trends, customer buying patterns and budgeting.  This opportunity is located in the Tri-Cities which is a booming metropolitan area in southeast WA where the sun shines 300 days of the year!  Tri-Cities offers amazing outdoor views, cultural diversity and is known as the “Heart of Washington Wine Country.” 

 

What you’ll do:

  • Work in partnership with Account Executives to ensure strong communication for client success

  • Maintain and communicate all inventory available for on-site advertising

  • Work successfully with all third party vendors

  • Successfully run all client campaigns

  • Drive sales, pricing, packaging and launches of all digital products

  • Work in partnership with Accounting, General Sales Manager, AE’s, Marketing, News, Creative Services on ways to continually increase revenue and market share

  • Develop digital media sales materials to market appropriate services and opportunities to buyers of advertising at local, regional and national accounts for both direct and agency business

  • Enter and traffic digital orders for the sales team

  • Provide campaign analysis on active orders with the emphasis of account retention and upsell

 

What you’ll bring:

·      At least 2 years of digital sales experience

  • High School education or GED

  • Excellent computer skills

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Exceptional organizational skills

  • High level of customer service skills

  • Knowledge of Photoshop preferred

  • Proven success with detailed order entry and follow through

  • Ability to work without supervision

  • Familiarity with metrics to determine success of digital promotion, marketing, and advertising campaigns

  • Knowledge of digital sales processes, digital platforms, technical markets, pricing models,channels of distribution, technology trends, customer buying patterns and budgeting

 

What KAPP/KVEW offers:

· We’re a dynamic and progressive family-owned business that values our employees, our culture and our community

· We are a team of driven and creative professionals.  Who wouldn’t want to work with the best in the business?

·  Medical, dental, vision, prescription, life and long term disability insurance, EAP, flexible spending account, 401(k), paid time off including vacation, sick, personal days and holidays

 

What’s next?

For online application instructions go to https://www.yaktrinews.com/station/employment/

 

KAPP/KVEW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


The Department of Health’s Community Health Worker Training Program to promote their new Spanish health trainings, please forward the invitation below to your contacts and people who might be interested in this opportunity.

These 5 self-led courses are for Community Health Workers to improve their skills and understanding of Motivational Interviewing, Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes, Hypertension, Oral Health or Advocacy Skills. There is more information in the invitation and if you have any other questions, please let me know.

Our target audience is outlined by our enrollment criteria

Enrollment Criteria:

  1. Washington State Resident – Priority will be given to participants who are currently Washington state residents.

  2. Language requirement – The target population is Spanish speakers. Spanish language skills are required to complete these courses.

  3. Current CHW – Participants who self- identify as currently engaging in CHW work in any capacity (full time, part time, volunteer) will receive priority registration.

  4. Space Availability- For the initial launch of these new self-led Spanish HSMs, enrollment will be limited to 50 participants. DOH trainers will review registration requests and prioritize enrollments based on space availability for each class.

 

Enrollment is open from today November 20 – December 10th, feel free to forward to anyone you feel would be interested.

If you have any question, please contact Sonora Stampfly.

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Saludos Trabajadores Comunitarios de la Salud,

 

El Programa de Capacitación para Trabajadores Comunitarios de la Salud del Departamento de Salud del Estado de Washington se complace en ofrecer 5 nuevos Módulos específicos de salud en español. ¡La inscripción ya está ABIERTA!

·         Entrenamiento de la salud y la entrevistas motivacionales

·         Diabetes y Prediabetes

·         Presión Arterial Alta (Hipertensión)

·         Habilidades de Abogacia

·         Salud Bucal     

Para celebrar el lanzamiento de estos nuevos cursos, invitamos a todos los trabajadores comunitarios de la salud de habla hispana en Washington interesados en participar a registrarse. La inscripción estará abierta del 20 de noviembre al 10 de diciembre. El espacio es limitado, así que complete el formulario de interés lo antes posible.

Se otorgará prioridad en la inscripción a trabajadores comunitarios de la salud de habla hispana que vivan actualmente en el Estado de Washington. Si es seleccionado para inscribirse, las clases estarán abiertas del 12 al 21 de diciembre. Cada clase es en línea y debe tomar de 2 a 4 horas para ser completado. Por favor, comparta esta oportunidad con cualquier persona que conozca que pueda estar interesada.

Atentamente,

Community Health Worker Training Program

Prevention and Community Health

Washington State Department of Health

www.doh.wa.gov/chwts


Washington State Department of Corrections:

CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS: Washington State Department of Corrections is well-renown and globally recognized for its evidenced-based programs and innovative approach to the field of corrections. We are currently accepting applications for multiple Correctional Officer positions throughout the state! We are looking for motivated and talented leaders to serve as pro-social role models to the incarcerated individuals and demonstrate upstanding behavior that will prepare them for successful reentry into the community. For more information or to APPLY, visit jobs.doc.wa.gov| keyword: CO1


 New job opportunities at the Washington State Department of Health:

Visit our Jobs page to learn about all job opportunities.

See what it's like to Work@Health!


Latino Community Fund of Washington State (LCF) Job Postings

Civic Engagement and Advocacy Coordinator

Location: Seattle, WA

Salary: $39,000 - $45,000 Full annual FTE (based on experience)

Apply by: 09/17/18

Reports To: Director of Civic Engagement and Advocacy

Job Summary:

Latino Community Fund views young people as community leaders, both now and in the
future. Alianza Leadership Network is LCF’s youth organizing and civic engagement
program and coordinates with other youth engagement programs to include and connect
youth from across the state. LCF’s youth programs work primarily with high school and
college students to become leaders in the community by informing them on critical issues
and providing opportunities to advocate for themselves and the issues that impact their
community. LCF is seeking someone to support these efforts in the Puget Sound area.

The coordinator will be reporting in collaboration with the Director of Civic Engagement and
Advocacy; as well as must be able to manage the following specific responsibilities:

  • Recruit, train, and coordinate young adult Alianza members, volunteers, and other
    student groups in civic engagement activities;

  • Plan, coordinate, and facilitate regular meetings with Alianza organizers, members,
    and support the Alianza steering committee;

  •  Conduct educational activities and workshops for youth to inform them of issues
    impacting immigrant youth and college student/young adult communities, including
    the Latinx community;

  • Participate in community organizing efforts to build a constituent base of informed
    and engaged youth and college student community leaders;

  • Work closely with the Civic Engagement and Advocacy team to plan, develop and
    strengthen existing and new strategies while building meaningful relationships and
    model appropriate positive interactions with community members and community
    partners;

  • Engage in advocacy efforts on behalf of youth, young adults, immigrants, and low-income community members;

  • Help oversee individual program budgets and ensure proper financial stewardship.

 

Minimum Requirements:

Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of the following:

  • Strong interest in social justice issues with an intersectional and equity lens;

  • Desire to empower the Latinx community;

  • Have experience in working with youth;

  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills;

  • Strong organizational skills and independence, requiring minimal supervision
    acquired from at least one year of experience in a similar field;

  • Self-starter and motivated;

  • Effective communication skills: interpersonal, electronic, and other mediums;

  • Willingness to travel and have reliable transportation.

Desirable Qualifications:

  • Experience in working with youth (strongly preferred);

  • Experience in working with grant contracts (strongly preferred);

  • Experience in curriculum development (preferred);

  • Spanish-language skills (preferred).

 

Nondiscrimination Policy

The Latino Community Fund of Washington is committed to providing equal employment
opportunity for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin,
citizenship status, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

How to Apply

Latino Community Fund will accept applications on a rolling basis until the position is
filled. We will begin interviews on a rolling basis. Please email a detailed cover letter and
resume describing your interest in the organization and position or any questions to:
Oskar Zambrano, Director of Civic Engagement and Advocacy

Oskar@latinocommunityfund.org









Spokane, WA

MASTER CONTROL OPERATOR

KHQ-TV has an opening for a full time Master Control Operator.  Job responsibilities include recording and playback of programs & commercial content, operation of automation systems, monitoring of signal quality as well as control of broadcast transmitting equipment to insure FCC compliance.   Applicants must have working knowledge of broadcast equipment and procedures.  Computer experience is required.  Must be available to work flexible hours including holidays, nights, weekends and overnights.  Must also be a team player, work well under pressure, be able to multi-task, have attention to detail, a positive attitude and a work ethic based on honesty and integrity. College degree preferred. High School Diploma & broadcast experience is required. Send resumes to: Jim Butler, KHQ Master Control and Technology Supervisor, P.O. Box 600, Spokane, WA  99210-0600. No phone calls please.  Position open till filled. EEO. Women & minorities encouraged to apply.

KHQ Television is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and as such we would like to request your assistance in referring qualified candidates including women and minorities to us for consideration when we have job openings. Our station offers a unique array of job opportunities that require varied skills and talents.

KHQ, Inc.

1201 W Sprague Ave

Spokane, WA 99201

509.448.6000


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South Puget Sound Community College is currently recruiting for the following positions:

Full-Time Exempt

  • IT Director of Client Services

 

Part-Time Hourly

·       Food Service Worker

 

Part-Time Coaches

·       Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

 

Adjunct Faculty 

·       Accounting

·       American Sign Language (ASL)

·       Anthropology

·       Automotive

·       Biology

·       Business

·       Chemistry

·       Class Guitar

·       Communication Studies

·       English

·       Graphic Designer Instructor

·       History

·       Mathematics (College Level)

·       Nursing Assistant Certification (NAC)

·       Nursing

·       Piano

·       Programming

·       Psychology

 

Full position announcements and application materials are available online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/spscc


City of Seattle’s Department of Education & Early Learning

The City of Seattle's Department of Education & Early Learning with finding an Early Learning Training Coordinator who will design, coordinate, implement, and manage a high volume of trainings for early learning educators. The person in this role will partner with both internal and external stakeholders to develop efficient processes to meet the training needs of early learning professionals, including: coordinating city-required training for early learning professionals who contract with the City as directed by the QPPD manager, and/or legislative directive; designing and applying evaluation tools to measure training quality and effectiveness; working with internal and external subject matter experts on instructional design and development of all training events; and researching the most effective training designs and methodology to increase access to training opportunities for Seattle's culturally and linguistically diverse early learning educators.

This position offers the successful candidate the opportunity to affect positive change in the educational experiences of Seattle's youth as part of a dynamic team working in a fast-paced environment. 

Here is a direct link to the job description and application page:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2258820/early-learning-training-coordinator

We will be accepting applications for this position until it is filled, with the first review of applications taking place at 4:00pm Pacific Time on Tuesday, November 27, 2018.


WA Senate Recruitment: Staff Counsel or Research Analyst (Early Education & K-12 Committee)

Senate Committee Services has recently began recruiting for a full-time, permanent Staff Counsel or Research Analyst position on the Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee.  We will begin interviewing immediately, and application submissions are due by COB on November 16th.  More information about the open position is located on the Senate Committees Employment site.  


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