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The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington is inviting applications for a Public Interest Fellowship to Address Youth Homelessness!

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.


Around The Sound is currently hiring for 10 Full-Time and Part-Time Drivers. Family owned and operated, Around The Sound is pleased to be the foremost transportation service in the Puget Sound, WA, serving those with special needs, as well as customers seeking point-to-point driver services. If you have great customer service skills and a compassionate personality, this is the job for you!!

 

Minimum Requirements:

* Minimum 23 years of age and 5 years driving experience

* Valid Washington driver’s license, CDL is NOT required

* 3 years of clean driving record

* Must be able to pass criminal background check and drug test

* Basic computer skills required

Wages:

** $13.00 - $18.50 per hour

** Benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision)

Event Details:

Around The Sound Hiring Event

Tuesday, September 17th

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

WorkSource Pierce

2121 S State St, Suite 300

Tacoma, WA 98405

Attend the HIRING EVENT and be ready to interview on site. This EVENT is FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC. Veterans are encouraged to attend the Event. Bring your résumé. There are jobs for everyone! Don’t miss this opportunity!

We encourage you to create a profile on www.WorkSourceWA.com which will allow you to easily apply for jobs with Around The Sound, and many other jobs.

For more information about the Around The Sound Hiring Event, please contact Peter Mihaluta at PMihaluta@esd.wa.gov


Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

If you know of current staff or students, alumni, or other referrals that would be interested, please feel free to pass this information on to them. The link to view or print the job ad is here:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2562175/dshs-oos-language-testing-certification-manager


The Kitsap Public Health District is currently recruiting for an Environmental Health Specialist for our Drinking Water & Onsite Sewage Program. This is a new full-time opportunity scheduled to close at midnight Wednesday, September 25, 2019.

You can view the posting here. Click on the title of the position for details. To apply, select the green Apply button at the bottom of the posting. To be considered, submission of the electronic application is required.


AA ASPHALTING Hiring Event

Friday, September 20th

9 a.m. –11 a.m.

Pierce County District Court Resource Center

901 Tacoma Ave S

Tacoma, WA 98402

Questions?

Tracy Larsonat

tlarson@esd.wa.gov

360-522-6877

With over 40 years of experience, AA Asphalting has become the largest asphalt and concrete restoration company in the Pacific Northwest.

AA Asphalting is currently in search of motivated and dedicated individuals to join their team!

Click here for more details.


The Kitsap Public Health District is currently recruiting for a Planning & Communications Specialist in the classification of Community Liaison. This is new full-time opportunity scheduled to close at midnight Sunday, September 22, 2019.

You can view the posting here. Click on the title of the position for details. To apply, select the green Apply button at the bottom of the posting. To be considered, submission of the electronic application is required.


The Kitsap Public Health District is currently recruiting for a Program Manager for the Assessment and Epidemiology Program. This opportunity is scheduled to close at midnight Sunday, September 22, 2019.

You can view the posting here. Click on the title of the position for details. To apply, select the green Apply button at the bottom of the posting. To be considered, submission of the electronic application is required.


The Department of Health:

Visit our Jobs page to learn about all job opportunities.


Tacoma Community College (TCC) is pleased to invite applications for Coordinator of Guided Pathways & Special Assistant to the President (CSA).

The college is seeking a transformative leader to facilitate organizational, systemic, equity-based change through its Guided Pathways work.  Reporting to the college president, and participating on the college's Leadership Team (executive cabinet), the Coordinator/Special Assistant (CSA) plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates functions and activities of the college's Guided Pathways work, including the implementation of the Guided Pathways Work Plan in accordance with grant requirements. The CSA manages plan activities and coordinates their implementation and evaluation by working with students, faculty, staff, administrators, and educational partners.  The CSA will serve as the primary coordinator of activities related to executing the requirements of the College Spark Grant in our college-wide Guided Pathways framework. The CSA is charged with coordinating the Guided Pathways Guiding Team and five pillar teams, as well scheduling meetings, archiving notes, and documenting completed tasks. In addition to coordinating the Guided Pathways work, the CSA will lead various special projects assigned by the college president.

Tacoma Community College is a comprehensive state-supported community college servicing more than 720,000 residents of the Tacoma-Pierce County area and enrolling approximately 18,000 students annually (6,000 FTE).  The College's service district includes all of Tacoma and the Pierce County portion of the Olympic Peninsula and serves the Tacoma and Peninsula school districts.  TCC is one of 34 community and technical colleges in a statewide system.  Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, just south of Seattle. TCC is a diverse, creative and engaging institution.

Become part of an exceptional team committed to improving the lives of our students and the quality of living in our community through educational and professional excellence. 

Regional Setting

For information on Tacoma and the surrounding area: https://www.tacomacc.edu/tcc-life/life_in_tacoma

To view complete job announcements and apply please visit:

Coordinator of Guided Pathways & Special Assistant to the President (CSA)

Tacoma Community College values diversity and is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Educator
Tacoma Community College values diversity and is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Educator. Tacoma Community College provides equal opportunity in education and employment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, creed, religion, or status as a veteran of war. Prohibited sex discrimination includes sexual harassment (unwelcome sexual conduct of various types). Provides reasonable accommodations for qualified students, employees, and applicants with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Federal Rehabilitation Act. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Stephen Smith, Title II and Title IX, 253-566-5055; Dolores Haugen, Section 504 Officer, 253-566-6090. Tacoma Community College is a smoke-free/drug free environment.  This recruitment announcement does not reflect the entire job description and can be changed and or modified without notice 

Tacoma Community College 6501 S 19th St Bldg. 14, Tacoma WA  98466 

www.tacomacc.edu/about/employment


The Department of Corrections is hiring!

DOC has just announced an exciting opportunity to make a huge difference in promoting a culture of equity, diversity, inclusion, and respect as our Civil Rights Investigations Manager. This position will lead the day to day activities of the Civil Rights Investigations Unit, ensuring fair, thorough, and timely investigations into reports of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. You can view the full announcement here:

 

Civil Rights Investigations Manager


President & CEO

Located in Olympia, WA, the Community Foundation of South Puget Sound has embarked on a search for a new President and CEO to succeed its long term CEO who plans to retire at the end of September.

The CEO works with and reports to the Foundation’s fifteen member volunteer Board of Directors. The CEO is responsible for and has authority over day to day operations of the Foundation and works in concert with the board on strategic planning, financial planning and policy development. She/he works with a small but mighty staff of three other professionals who are highly respected in the South Sound community.

The Foundation’s service area covers Thurston, Mason and Lewis Counties with grants being made in each of those counties.

The Community Foundation has assets in excess of $25 million and makes grants of more than $1 million per year. Foundation operations are supported primarily through administrative fees paid by fund-holders.

253.693.2780

www.hagelsearch.com

Click here to download the flyer


The Washington State Health Care Authority is hiring:

They are seeking an executive assistant to support the Health Care Authority's director, Sue Birch.

Sue Birch is an accomplished Executive Nurse with extensive experience in Health Care Policy and Financing.

Meet Sue Birch: Introducing HCA Director Sue Birch

The ideal candidate for this executive assistant position will have solid experience providing executive-level administrative support in a fast-paced office environment. If you pride yourself on exceptional organization, communication, and relationship management skills, this may be the opportunity for you!

For more information and to apply, please follow the link below:

Executive Assistant to the HCA Director up to $75,000 annually.


OSPI Is Hiring!

We posted a new opportunity:

  • Human Resources Executive Director

  • Social Emotional Learning Program Supervisor

  • Data Specialist for Title II Part ASchool Meal Programs Supervisor - Child Nutrition Services

  • Special Education Program Supervisor

  • IT Customer Support - Entry

  • Administrative Assistant 3 - Assessment Operations

Please review our Job Opportunities for complete details.


 

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 and broadcast experience is preferred. High school degree is required. Send resumes to: employment@khq.com or mail 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.


Centralia School District is recruiting for the following Certificated Positions:

Certificated staff are paid from the Washington State Certificated Salary Schedule - Salary Range is $45,320 to $93,517. Summer School paid at per diem.

To see a more complete job posting please click on the job title.

 CMSCounselor3.751800.58/6/19Open Until FilledDistrict

Migrant Nurse Case Manager4.51800.68/6/19Open Until FilledDistrict

Instructional Facilitator - Student Support7.51801.08/19/19Open Until Filled


The Seattle Department of Human Resources, is looking for a Director of Citywide Human Resources Governance who will serve as the department's lead for defining a Citywide governance structure to support SDHR's strategic direction.

 

The person in this role will build and lead a best-in-class HR leader and practitioner community that will deliver competent and consistent HR products, services, and support Citywide. They will serve as a key member of senior management and work across systems to drive the City's Human Resources Governance strategies and create a workplan for the City's One HR model. Additionally, they will partner with leaders and teams across the Citywide Human Resource community, working across HR operations to improve the quality, compliance, and richness of core HR services for clients and employees. Their work will reduce variance in our operations and improve the quality of service and ease of engagement for Citywide Human Resources Services.

 

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

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2557244/director-of-citywide-human-resources-governance

 

We will be accepting applications for this position until 4:00pm Pacific Time on Tuesday, September 17, 2019.


The Seattle Department of Human Resources is looking for a Citywide Human Resources Communications and Media Relations Manager who will serve as the department's lead for communications, external relations, and community engagement by building best-in-class content and communications that result in high levels of engagement.

The person in this role will provide strategic leadership through external and internal communications, marketing, brand management, media, and public relations. They will serve as a key member of senior management and work closely with the department's policy team and members of the senior staff to articulate and communicate the City's Human Resources Governance strategies and create visibility for the City's One HR model. Additionally, they will coordinate and organize the many voices within the City into a single consistent and effective voice that is customer-oriented and brand-centric. You will be the defender of the City's brand, ensuring consistency in action, message, look, and feel.

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

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2553375/citywide-human-resources-communications-and-media-relations-manager

We will be accepting applications for this position until 4:00pm Pacific Time on Tuesday, September 17, 2019.

 


The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction is hiring!

We posted a new opportunity:

Human Resource Consultant 3

Please review our Job Opportunities for complete details.


DSHS Confidential Secretary

Salary

$50,000.00 - $66,312.00 Annually

Location

Thurston County – Olympia, WA

Job Type

Full Time - Permanent

Department

Dept. of Social and Health Services

Job Number

2018-11723

Closing

1/3/2019 11:59 PM Pacific

Description

DSHS Confidential Secretary
 
Are you organized, informed and have the ability to track competing priorities no matter how many arise each day? If so, we are looking for you to join our team.
 
We have an opportunity for a highly organized Confidential Secretary to provide direct and confidential administrative support to the Senior Director of the Technology Services Division(TSD) for the Department of Social and Health Services and serve as a member of the TSD Management Team. Your ability to provide diplomatic solutions and anticipate needs will contribute to your success.  
 
Some of what you'll do:

  • Prioritize workload based on ever-evolving needs and issues including using judgment in directing work and assignments

  • Manage and make decisions regarding administrative functions and direct assignments for follow up on behalf of the Senior Director of TSD

  • Interact and collaborate with department leadership to identify new and ongoing concerns and develop contingency strategies

  • Assist with special projects and support open and collaborative communication throughout the agency

  • Manage complex and demanding schedules, prioritize events and meetings to maximize time

  • Receive inquiries and concerns from legislators and legislative staff, Tribal governments, public, media, constituents, clients, community partners and stakeholders and ensures that responses are appropriate and timely


What we're looking for:

  • Strong organizational and administrative skills with attention to detail. The ability to exercise strong independent judgment

  • The ability to handle multiple tasks and competing priorities in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment

  • Exceptional communication skills, both written and oral

  • Strong computer skills with experience in Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, and comfortable with learning new platforms and databases

  • A strong team oriented work ethic

  • Excellent typing, editing, grammar, and phone skills

  • Ability to interact very effectively with high-level internal and external stakeholders in a complex political environment


Who should apply?
Professionals with a Bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration or an allied field and at least three years of experience at the senior administrative support level.

Additional experience may substitute for education on a year for year basis.

Completed applications will include the following:

  • Current chronological resume

  • Letter of interest describing your experience related to this job (We are looking for evidence of your experience.)

  • Minimum of three professional references

If you have questions about this opportunity please contact Josh Shawhan at joshua.shawhan@dshs.wa.gov.

For more information click here





New job postings at the Department of Health:

Internship:

Responder Safety Internship - Office of Facilities (Tumwater, WA)


CENTRO LATINO

Job Description 

Position Title:

Executive Director

Dept:

N/A

Reports to:

Board of Directors 

Position Summary - 

Centro Latino’s Executive Director assumes overall responsibility for the ongoing success of the organization. He/She is responsible for developing and maintaining effective relationships with all appropriate stakeholders, and must make public presentations, creating a favorable public image for the organization. The Executive Director works collaboratively with the Board of Directors, implementing the organizations strategic and business plans as developed and/or approved by the Board. He/she oversees goal attainment and makes recommendations to the board when barriers present. They are responsible for maintaining fiscal viability through understanding funding requirements and seeking out long-term community partners. The Executive Director must work collaboratively in a multi-agency, multi-disciplinary team in a manner that promotes mutual respect, open communication, and joint problem solving, and which values and builds the unique strengths of all team members. He/she, in collaboration with existing staff, is responsible for maintaining a system that promotes accountability from both the employees to the organization and the organization to the community.

Essential Job Functions (serves at the direction of the Board) 

1.      Develops and maintains up-to-date policies and procedures, assuring that federal, state and local requirements are addressed and implemented.

2.      Assures the timely presentation of staff performance reviews and provision of pay adjustments as merited.

3.      Provides effective staff supervision and oversees the work of the existing staff.

4.      Maintains awareness of program budgets and averts or minimizes financial shortfalls though:

§  Reductions in the workforce when necessary

§  Grant writing to increase program revenue

§  Collaboration with the Finance Director for strategic assessment of fund allocations

5.      Develops and maintains quality relationships within the community, working in collaboration with other providers to assure the availability of a wide array of service modalities that meet the needs of the target population.

6.      Assures the timely submission of reports to funders and creates/modifies data tracking tools to ensure outcome measures through accurate data collection and dissemination.

7.      Works collaboratively in a multi-agency, multi-disciplinary team in a manner that promotes mutual respect, open communication, and joint problem solving, and which values and builds the unique strengths of all team members.

Working Conditions

1. Work is performed primarily in an office setting.

2. Work is performed primarily independently with minimal supervision.

3. Work regularly requires the flexibility to drive to various community locations.

 

Qualifications/Skills

 

1. Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred

2. Master’s Degree in business or related field and five years experience in organizational management or a Bachelors degree in business or a related field and 10 years experience in organizational management. 

3. Pass the Washington State Patrol background check

4.Must have reliable transportation, a valid Washington State Driver’s License and Auto insurance as required by law.

5. Must be able to prioritize tasks and possess exceptional organizational skills, with the ability to use a computer to send email, enter data, create reports and documents utilizing Office 2000

6. Must work as an integral part of a larger team, promoting a positive work environment

7. Must possess excellent communicate skills, both written and oral and a positive track record for effective conflict resolution.

8. Knowledge and Skills working with the Latino Community and the Indigenous Community

Salary: DOQ

Send Resume and Cover Letter to the: Executive Director Search Committee

Dr. Bernal C Baca, Interim Executive Directo: bbaca@clatino.org

 

 

 

 


Licensing Specialist Bilingual

 

Opens:           August 9, 2019

Closes:           August 25, 2019 (midnight)

Salary:            $38,376 – 49,932 Annually

Job Type:        Permanent

Location:         Olympia

Department:    Licensing

What you will be doing
Your work will involve using your strong communication skills to interview applicants, review documents received, and prepare reports summarizing your investigative findings. You will provide licensing guidance to those requiring assistance in Spanish. You will be responsible for determining if new and current businesses are qualified to hold a liquor license. You will work closely with a team of investigators, license applicants and applicant representatives (attorneys, accountants, etc.). You will also have daily contact with other division and agency employees regarding license applicants.

Who we are looking for
If you are certified to read, write, speak and interpret Spanish and English, while being customer service oriented, and a self-starter, then we encourage you to apply at www.careers.wa.gov.


New job postings at the Department of Health:

Visit our Jobs page to learn about all job opportunities.


State of Washington Dept. of Social and Health Services invites applications for the position of:

DSHS Information Technology Director

SALARY: $121,000 - $125,100 annually

OPENING DATE: 08/12/19

CLOSING DATE: 08/25/19 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION:

Public Service Information Technology impacts 1 of 3 WA citizens. We are seeking a proven leader with a dedication to public service values and information technology advancement to direct DSHS's largest IT enterprise system. Your leadership experiences directing a large group of individuals that are passionate about helping others, IT strategic planning, and the ability to quickly build relations will assist in your success. Transforming Lives is more than a tagline as we deliver high-quality, innovative solutions that enable DSHS team members to serve over 2.1M vulnerable WA State citizens. As leader of Information Technology Solutions, you guide and inspire a team of technical experts towards this mission.

As DSHS's largest business unit, ESA is a recognized IT leader and critical partner in many statewide initiatives. IT systems used support statewide service delivery to multiple divisions that provide services to WA clients. The Director of IT Solutions is responsible for coordinating working relationships with agency CIOs in the Health and Human Services field. As Director of ITS, you will report to DSHS's Economic

Services Administration Assistant Secretary.

Some of what you will do

• Represent ITS at the State, Department and Administration levels and with legislative, community, and business partners breaking down silos in support of ESA IT initiatives

• Direct and control up to a 10-year technical architecture strategic direction for ITS Operations. An example of a large, high-risk technical project that is on-going is the Eligibility Services and ACES Remediation Project (ESAR)

• Maintain the business unit IT portfolio used in establishing priorities and strategies to align with business priorities. The largest system is an interagency IBM public assistance product that

operates 24/7/365, is both public and user-facing and accumulates big data that is highly confidential and financial in nature

• Oversee tactical operations for all ITS functions, systems, and staff ensuring industry standards are met, current, and secured

• Initiate, develop, and manage an annual operating budget of over $56 million and oversee an infrastructure with over $75 million in IT assets

• Foster a participative and empowered environment as you directly manage your leadership team of 5, who in turn, supervise 255 state and contracted IT staff

Click here to apply


Cluster has an immediate opening for a Sales Assistant

Req ID#: 31905
Job Title: Sales Assistant
Job Description/Requisition Details:

Entercom Seattle seeks a detail oriented and energetic individual to serve as a Sales Assistant. This role provides administrative assistance to the Account Executives and performs various administrative sales  related activities, reports, and other functions as deemed necessary.

Responsibilities include:

· Assist sales team with order entry, internal software functions, reports, sales materials

· Prepare multimedia presentations that include imagery, audio and video.

· Pull reports for AEs and sales managers, and find industry research related articles for sales team.

· Organize and archive sales materials as needed

· Ability to perform basic clerical work including answering phones, and managing the front desk may be required on occasion



Qualifications: Required:

· 1-3 years of experience

· Must have proficiency with Microsoft office products

· Ability to work independently as well as with a team

· Ability to thrive in a fast paced environment, assist in multiple projects and tight deadlines

· Must be well organized and possess attention to detail

· Excellent written communications skills


Preferred:

· WideOrbit Sales, and/or other media systems experience preferred

 
Please have interested candidates visit our web site at https://entercom.avature.net/careers/JobDetail?id=14599 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. 


The City of Seattle's Seattle Department of Human Resources is recruiting a Senior HR Business Partner The person in this role will serve as a strategic business partner and consultant to management and executives for multiple City departments and division on HR-related issues, including legal, ethical, performance management, employee relations matters, and act as a change agent.

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

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2542302/senior-hr-business-partner

We will be accepting applications for this position until 4:00pm Pacific Time on Tuesday, September 10, 2019.


MDC is an organization that is committed to finding staff that believe in excellence, personal and professional integrity who help others optimize their human potential and inclusion.  Come to this special event to interview for jobs at MDC. 

WHEN: Thursday, August 22, 2019  1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Signups for interviews will start at 11:00 a.m. 

KEEP IN MIND: There will be (hirable) interviews on the day of the event for all positions listed.   Come prepared to interview.  There will be signups for interviews starting at 11:00 a.m. at the front desk.  First come/first serve for signups.  *No exceptions*

WHERE: WorkSource Pierce, 2121 South State Street Suite 300, Tacoma, WA 98405

Openings/salary range:

-LPN (E&T) $25/hr.

-LPN (Withdrawal Management) $25/hr.

-Mental Health Technician $15.68-$16.64/hr.

-Peer Counselor $15.68-$16.64/hr.

-ARNP $135,000-$145,000 annually

(ARNP students and recent graduates are welcome to attend and apply.)

-RN $35.00 to $38.00/hr.

-Management Aid $14.35-$15.23/hr.

-Chemical Dependency Aid $13.66-$14.50/hr.

Benefits:

• Paid vacation (up to 13 days your first year for full-time employees)
• 11 paid holidays
• Paid sick leave (up to 13 days your first year for full-time employees)
• Company medical, dental, long term care, and life insurance (full time employees)
• 403B plan with generous company match (full time employees)
• Employee Assistance Program

Remember: Interviews from this event can lead to job offers.  To have a better opportunity at receiving a job offer remember to dress for success, bring your resume, and bring a cover letter. 

Website:

mdc-hope.org/how-to-engage/jobs


The Kitsap Public Health District is currently recruiting for an Environmental Health Specialist in our Pollution Identification and Correction Program. This opportunity is scheduled to close at midnight Monday, September 2, 2019.

You can view the posting here. Click on the title of the position for details. To apply, select the green Apply button at the bottom of the posting. To be considered, submission of the electronic application is required.


Position opening at Washington State Department of Health:

Administrative Assistant 4 (DOH4637)

Division of Environmental Public Health

Tumwater, WA

Closing: Open Until Filled

Note:  This recruitment will remain open until filled.  First review of applications will take place on August 27, 2019 and will be ongoing thereafter.  It is to the applicant's advantage to apply early.


City of Bellevue is hiring

Parks Project Manager

Salary

$76,175.52 - $105,102.12 Annually

Location

Bellevue, WA

Job Type

Regular

Department

Parks and Community Services

Job Number

19-00267

Closing

9/13/2019 5:00 PM Pacific

Job Summary

Bellevue is known as "A City in a Park," with a nationally-accredited park system of over 2,700 acres of land and 360,000 square feet of buildings.  Bellevue's Parks and Community Services Department has a unique opportunity for you to engage in all aspects of our operations. 

We're seeking a skilled and creative individual to manage the Department's Renovation Program and long-range capital asset replacement plan.  The Renovating Program is an annual $5million program to systematically refurbish parks and park facilities throughout Bellevue.  You will provide an integrated approach to planning, prioritizing, implementing and monitoring both small capital improvement and major maintenance projects with cross-divisional collaboration with staff throughout the Department.  You'll be tasked with balancing competing interests and combining a long-term systems perspective with short-term task management skills.

Bellevue is a dynamic, multicultural, future-focused and high performing City.  Five essential principles guide our actions:  exceptional public service, stewardship, commitment to employees, integrity and innovation. If you are a collaborative problem solver and customer-service centric, apply today and join our team!

To apply click HERE


The Washington State Office of Minority & Women’s Business Enterprises is hiring

Communications Consultant 5

A model for exemplary service, the Office of Minority and Women's Business Enterprises (OMWBE) promotes equity and increases participation in public contracting and procurement for small businesses owned by minorities, women, and disadvantaged persons. To accomplish our mission, the OMWBE certifies small businesses owned and controlled by minorities, women, and disadvantaged persons and works with the state's purchasing and contracting community to provide education throughout the state. The results are positive impacts in the community that lend to a better economy and strengthen the resilience of families and ultimately improving the overall quality of life.

Governor's Subcabinet on Business Diversity:

Supporting small and minority, women's and veteran-owned businesses in state contracting is a priority for Governor Inslee. As a result, he created the subcabinet on business diversity. The creation of this Communications Consultant 5 position is a direct result of this effort and will expand support for diverse business owners.

The Communications Consultant 5 (CC5) serves as the overall lead on the agency's strategic communications. The role also provides significant contribution in the area of tactical support to OMWBE. The importance of having this content be relevant, accurate, and timely is especially critical due its nature and its reach to external and internal stakeholders. The scope of work is extensive and includes such areas as overseeing media interactions, planning stakeholder outreach campaigns, written and visual communications, developing performance metrics, and advising on agency responses as it relates to supplier diversity and certification programs.

Moreover, the CC5 will coordinate a multi-agency communication team that supports the Governor's Subcabinet on Business Diversity to plan, develop, and execute communications related to the Subcabinet.

To apply click HERE


ESD is looking for a Chief Learning Officer to lead our leadership, training and development unit.  This position also serves as the executive coach to our Executive Leadership Team.  Our current CLO has taken a promotional position within the agency; hence, the vacancy.

If you know of someone who is looking for the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s professional and personal growth and development and loves a good challenge – then by all means, pass this on them.

The recruitment for this announcement is posted on NEOGOV or you can just click here:  Chief Learning Officer


Washington State Supreme Court

Olympia, Washington

JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT –

Justice González’s Chambers

Description

Justice Steven González is seeking a full-time Judicial Administrative Assistant (JAA). Justice González’s JAA works on a team with Justice González’s law clerks and externs to assist Justice González in his work on cases, court committees, and in the community.

The JAA is the point person for communications and information flow between Justice González and the public, other Justices and their staff, staff in other court departments, and the Administrative Office of the Courts. The JAA assembles the materials Justice González needs for case work, meetings, and presentations; monitors deadlines; and proofreads, cite checks, and prepares all of his opinions for circulation and publication.

The duties and responsibilities of this position include managing Justice González’s busy schedule; closely monitoring and promptly responding to voluminous e-mails; organizing and maintaining files; coordinating events such as tours; and supervising judicial externs. The JAA also helps with Justice González’s expense reports, tracks his chambers budget, and maintains information related to expenditures by other organizations that he is required to disclose annually.

In addition to administrative work, a significant part of the JAA’s time may be spent helping with the substantive work itself. Time permitting, the JAA may, in collaboration with the law clerks, take on research and writing projects relating to cases. The ideal candidate will actively participate in Justice González’s work on the Technology Committee and the Interpreter Commission.

Requirements, Qualifications, and Credentials

A Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration, public administration, or closely related field; AND one year experience as a legal secretary or secretary in a court environment.

OR

Five years of progressively responsible administrative experience, four years of which must be in a legal or court related environment.

(Comparable education can be substituted for experience.)

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The Preferred Candidate Will Have

 Master’s degree or J.D.

 Knowledge of Microsoft Office software, cloud storage, and common office equipment

 Knowledge of court systems, legal source materials, and the Bluebook preferred

 Experience working with people of diverse backgrounds and working on a team

 Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise good judgment

 Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, manage time, and meet deadlines

SALARY AND BENEFITS

 $57,948 to $77,952 annually (Range 59)

 Medical/Dental, Life Insurance, and Long Term Disability Insurance programs

 Paid Vacation and Sick Leave

 State Retirement Plan

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Position is open until filled. Please email cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript to Clerkship.Gonzalez@courts.wa.gov.

The Supreme Court is committed to the practice of equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, pregnancy, race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, creed, physical, mental or sensory disability (actual or perceived), use of a service animal, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran or military status, age, HIV or Hepatitis C status, or any other basis protected by federal or state law. Persons of disability needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this announcement in an alternative format, please contact Colleen Clark, AOC Human Resource Office, at (360) 704-4143 or fax (360) 586-4409, or via email to employment@courts.wa.gov


South Puget Sound Community College

Application details are available via the individual links below, or at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/spscc.

Chief Information Officer

Full-time

$105,000.00 - $117,000.00 Annually

Open until filled

 

Communications Consultant 1 - Public Relations

Full-time

$2,912.00 - $3,774.00 Monthly

09/02/19

 

Custodian 2

Full-time

$2,536.00 - $3,272.00 Monthly

Open until filled

 

Dean for Allied Health

Full-time

$104,000.00 - $108,000.00 Annually

Open until filled

 

Dean of Enrollment Services

Full-time

$97,000.00 - $100,144.00 Annually

Open until filled

 

Dean of Natural and Applied Sciences

Full-time

$97,000.00 - $100,144.00 Annually

09/09/19

Office Assistant 3 - SBDC

Full-time

$2,658.00 - $3,432.00 Monthly

08/25/19

Secretary Senior - Student Services (Reopened)

Full-time

$32,604.00 - $42,132.00 Annually

Open until filled

 

Technical Director

Full-time

$60,000.00 - $70,000.00 Annually

09/01/19

Security Guard 1 - Part-Time (Two Positions)

Part-time

$17.11 Hourly

Open until filled

 

Dentist (Part-Time)

Part-time

$58.25 Hourly

Continuous

 

Graphic Design Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

 

Clipper Café Food Service Worker

Part-time

$14.00 - $17.94 Hourly

Continuous

 

Sign Language Interpreter

Part-time

$53.58 Hourly

Continuous

 

Programming Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

Dental Assisting Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

 

Accounting Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

 

Adjunct Librarian

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 Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

 

Anthropology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

 

Applied Technology Adjunct Instructor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

 

Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

 

Automotive Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

 

Biology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

 

Business 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

 

History Professor - 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

 

Paralegal Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

 

Political Science Adjunct Instructor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous



The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction is hiring!

  • Secretary Senior - Title I/LAP

Please review our Job Opportunities 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.


the State of Washington Military Department’s Emergency Management Division

Below is the link directly to our job opportunities page https://mil.wa.gov/state-job-opportunities

Preparedness Grants Section Supervisor (EMPS 4)

Title:

Preparedness Grants Section Supervisor (Emergency Management Program Specialist 4)

Opening Date/Time:

Tue. 08/06/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time:

Tue. 08/27/19 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Salary:

$5,466.00 - $7,172.00 Monthly

Job Type:

Full Time - Permanent

Location:

Pierce County – Lakewood, Washington

Department:

Military Department

Assessment & Exercise Program Supervisor (EMPS 4)

Job Title:

Assessment and Exercise Program Supervisor (Emergency Management Program Specialist 4)

Opening Date/Time:

Wed. 08/07/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time:

Continuous

Salary:

$5,466.00 - $7,172.00 Monthly

Job Type:

Full Time - Permanent

Location:

Pierce County – Lakewood, Washington

Department:

Military Department

 

Emergency Logistics Coordinator (EMPS 2)

Title:

Emergency Logistics Coordinator (Emergency Management Program Specialist 2)

Opening Date/Time:

Thu. 08/08/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time:

Tue. 09/03/19 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Salary:

$4,066.00 - $5,334.00 Monthly

Job Type:

Full Time - Permanent

Location:

Pierce County – Lakewood, Washington

Department:

Military Department

Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Coordinator (EMPS 2)

Job Title:

Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Coordinator (Emergency Management Program Specialist 2)

Opening Date/Time:

Fri. 08/09/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time:

Sun. 08/25/19 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Salary:

$4,066.00 - $5,334.00 Monthly

Job Type:

Project (limited duration)

Location:

Pierce County – Lakewood, Washington

Department:

Military Department


Washington State Senate Committee Services is recruiting:

We have recently began recruiting for a permanent Committee Assistant position at Washington State Senate Committee Services. More information and the application form is located on the Senate Committees Employment site, and we will begin reviewing applications on or around September 3rd.


Thurston County is hiring:

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Employment Opportunities for external positions posting are "Open to the Public" and current Thurston County employees. Any person, who meets the minimum position qualificaitons, is encouraged to apply. Please review the Employment Opportunity and Job Specification for specifics.

External Recruitments

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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MDC is an organization that is committed to finding staff that believe in excellence, personal and professional integrity who help others optimize their human potential and inclusion.  Come to this special event to interview for jobs at MDC. 

WHEN: Thursday, August 22, 2019  1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Signups for interviews will start at 11:00 a.m. 

KEEP IN MIND: There will be (hirable) interviews on the day of the event for all positions listed.   Come prepared to interview.  There will be signups for interviews starting at 11:00 a.m. at the front desk.  First come/first serve for signups.  *No exceptions*

WHERE: WorkSource Pierce, 2121 South State Street Suite 300, Tacoma, WA 98405

Openings/salary range:

-LPN (E&T) $25/hr.

-LPN (Withdrawal Management) $25/hr.

-Mental Health Technician $15.68-$16.64/hr.

-Peer Counselor $15.68-$16.64/hr.

-ARNP $135,000-$145,000 annually

(ARNP students and recent graduates are welcome to attend and apply.)

-RN $35.00 to $38.00/hr.

-Management Aid $14.35-$15.23/hr.

-Chemical Dependency Aid $13.66-$14.50/hr.

Benefits:

• Paid vacation (up to 13 days your first year for full-time employees)
• 11 paid holidays
• Paid sick leave (up to 13 days your first year for full-time employees)
• Company medical, dental, long term care, and life insurance (full time employees)
• 403B plan with generous company match (full time employees)
• Employee Assistance Program

Remember: Interviews from this event can lead to job offers.  To have a better opportunity at receiving a job offer remember to dress for success, bring your resume, and bring a cover letter. 

Website:

mdc-hope.org/how-to-engage/jobs

For more information, please contact: Carl Peterson cpeterson@esd.wa.gov


The Department of Health, Health Systems Quality Assurance Division, is accepting applications to fill one committee member vacancy on the Dispensing Optician Examining Committee. The application deadline has been extended. We are accepting applications through November 9, 2019.

We seek diversity in committee members. We recognize the value variety brings in understanding and serving the people of Washington state.

Health profession boards, commissions, and committees operate under legislative mandate to:

  • Protect the health and safety of the public.

  • Promote the welfare of the state by regulating the competency and quality of health care providers under their authority.

The Examining Committee consists of three licensed dispensing opticians appointed by the secretary of health. The committee meets about four times a year to provide technical expertise, to advise, and to make recommendations on administering the dispensing optician statute.

 

Duties of the Dispensing Optician Examining Committee include:

  • Providing recommendations on the apprenticeship program.

  • Participating in policy development.

  • Providing recommendations on continuing education or continuing competency requirements.

  • Providing recommendations on standards of professional conduct or practice.

If you are interested in applying for an appointment to the Dispensing Optician Examining Committee, the secretary of health-appointed application is at:  

http://www.doh.wa.gov/AboutUs/ProgramsandServices/BoardsandCommissions.aspx. Please note on the application that you are applying for the Dispensing Optician Examining Committee.

If you have any questions about serving on the committee, please contact Debra Mendoza, program manager, at 360-236-4841 or e-mail debra.mendoza@doh.wa.gov.  


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Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction is hiring!

We posted a new opportunity:

  • Administrative Assistant 3 - Student Support

Please review our Job Opportunities 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.


STATE OF WASHINGTON OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

CENTRAL & EASTERN WASHINGTON REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE

SALARY

Range of $58,000-$62,500 (commensurate with experience) + benefits

LOCATION

Central or Eastern Washington

OPENS

August 9, 2019

CLOSES

Position open until filled. The top candidates will be invited to an interview to determine the finalists for this position. Since the selection will be based on information provided by the candidates, it is in the candidate's best interest to address the mandatory and desirable qualifications of the job as they apply to their knowledge, skills, and abilities.

OVERVIEW

The Inslee Administration is looking for an innovative, forward-thinking individual to join our outreach team as the Central and Eastern Washington Regional Representative.

This is a junior-to-mid level position within the governor’s statewide outreach team. The outreach team is comprised of five regional-based positions throughout Washington state: Northwest, King County, South Sound & Olympic Peninsula, Southwest, and Central & Eastern Washington. Regional Representatives are responsible for managing relationships and outreach with local leaders, elected officials, constituents and community groups. Additionally, Regional Representatives are responsible for strategically planning the governor’s outreach time in their regions. Outreach team members frequently travel with and staff the governor at events and meetings. All members of the outreach team must be available to work some evenings and weekends and have flexibility to respond to unexpected emergency situations.

The Central & Eastern Washington Region is comprised of 19 counties: Okanogan, Chelan, Kittitas, Yakima, Douglas, Grant, Benton, Ferry, Lincoln, Adams, Franklin, Walla Walla, Stevens, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Whitman, Columbia, Garfield and Asotin.

Given the Inslee Administration’s priority of engaging and supporting the state’s immigrant and refugee communities, the Central & Eastern Washington Regional Representative will play a crucial role in supporting the office’s work with the region’s immigrant and refugee community groups.

THIS POSITION IS EXEMPT FROM CIVIL SERVICE NOTE The Office of the Governor is a Non-represented Agency.

WEBSITE http://www.governor.wa.gov

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS Washington State offers a competitive benefit package that includes vacation and sick leave; health, life, and disability insurance; retirement; social security; and leave for military service. The Office of the Governor is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, and ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application process, or this job announcement in an alternative format, may call 360-725-0158 or the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf 360-664-3649.

Regional Representatives spend 90 percent of their time in their region and must feel comfortable operating with a high level of autonomy and limited direct supervision. Regional Representatives are entrusted with representing the governor and the office with a high level of professionalism at all times. They must be highly personable and feel comfortable speaking publicly on behalf of the office at meetings or public events. The governor’s office relies on Regional Representatives to keep the governor informed of local issues, plan and arrange for meetings and events when the governor is in the region, and serve as the primary point-of-contact for regional leaders.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

The ideal candidate will have:

 A minimum of three years outreach or other similar experience.

 Familiarity with communities and key issues in central and eastern Washington, established relationships with well-known organizations or stakeholders in the region, and experience working with immigrant communities.

 Proven ability to establish and maintain constructive relationships with individuals and organizations that represent a diverse array of issues and constituencies.

 Knowledge of local, state and federal issues facing immigrant communities.

 An obsessive eye for detail and accuracy, whether it’s spotting a typo in a briefing document, double-checking the address and name of an organization the governor is visiting, or ensuring an appropriate backdrop for a press event.

 Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.

 Ability to handle multiple or changing priorities within a tight timeline, in a team environment and independently

 Good judgment, ability to manage sensitive situations and remain calm in crisis situations, and problem-solve emerging situations where direction or guidance may be limited or somewhat ambiguous.

Bilingual or multilingual candidates are especially encouraged to apply.

PROCESS

Interested applicants should submit the following:

(1) A letter of interest, describing specific qualifications for the position;

(2) A current resume, detailing experience and education;

(3) A list of at least three professional references with current telephone numbers; and

(4) Personal Data sheet www.ofm.wa.gov/jobs/datasheet.doc

Please send completed application packets by mail or email to:

Employee Services

PO Box 43113

Olympia, WA 98504-3113 or

OFMHR@ofm.wa.gov or


King County Housing Authority is currently recruiting for the following employment opportunities. 

 

 

You can view each opening by clicking the position title or visit www.kcha.org/employment to view all of our current openings and apply online. 


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New job postings at the Department of Health:

Visit our Jobs page to learn about all job opportunities.


Please share the following list of job opportunities at South Puget Sound Community College with your networks. Full position announcements
and application details are available via the individual links below, or at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/spscc.

 Chief Information Officer

Full-time

$105,000.00 - $117,000.00 Annually

Open until filled

Communications Consultant 1 - Public Relations

Full-time

$16.74 - $21.69 Hourly

09/02/19

Custodian 2

Full-time

$14.57 - $18.80 Hourly

Open until filled

Dean for Allied Health

Full-time

$104,000.00 - $108,000.00 Annually

Open until filled

Dean of Enrollment Services

Full-time

$97,000.00 - $100,144.00 Annually

Open until filled

Dean of Natural and Applied Sciences

Full-time

$97,000.00 - $100,144.00 Annually

09/09/19

Secretary Senior - Student Services (Reopened)

Full-time

$32,604.00 - $42,132.00 Annually

Open until filled

Technical Director

Full-time

$60,000.00 - $70,000.00 Annually

09/01/19

Clipper Café Food Service Worker

Part-time

$14.00 - $17.94 Hourly

Continuous

Dentist (Part-Time)

Part-time

$58.25 Hourly

Continuous

Graphic Design Instructor (CCE)

Part-time

Negotiable

Continuous

Security Guard 1 - Part-Time (Two Positions)

Part-time

$17.11 Hourly

Continuous

Sign Language Interpreter

Part-time

$53.58 Hourly

Continuous

Accounting Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Adjunct Librarian

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 Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Anthropology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Applied Technology Adjunct Instructor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Adjunct Professor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Automotive Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Biology Professor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Business 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

Dental Assisting Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

English Instructor - Adjunct

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

History Professor - 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

Paralegal Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

Political Science Adjunct Instructor

Adjunct

See Position Description

Continuous

 


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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Employment Opportunities for external positions posting are "Open to the Public" and current Thurston County employees. Any person, who meets the minimum position qualificaitons, is encouraged to apply. Please review the Employment Opportunity and Job Specification for specifics.

External Recruitments

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

Administrative Assistant 198277 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle Posted

Consumer Producer 191957 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

Healthcare Account Executive 196988 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

Photojournalist 198862 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

Producer 195416 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

Promotion Writer/Producer 195908 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle

Reporter 197604 KIRO-TV Washington Seattle Posted

http://jobs.coxmediagroup.com/


Seeking highly motivated individuals to serve as AmeriCorps members in Washington!

 

What is AmeriCorps?

AmeriCorps is a national service program, where Americans of all ages and backgrounds dedicate their time and skills to Get.Things.Done. 

An AmeriCorps member makes a commitment to tackle a specific problem for a set period of time, typically in a full-time capacity for about a year.

AmeriCorps offers a variety of service opportunities, from the classroom to the outdoors, and everything in between. No matter what you're passionate about, where you're from, or why you choose to serve, AmeriCorps is your chance to be the greater good. Organizations across Washington are using AmeriCorps as a strategy to tackle problems and make our communities and state the best it can be, but we need YOU to help!

What are the benefits of serving in AmeriCorps?

  • Modest living allowance

  • Education award to help pay for college/vocational training

  • Student loan deferment

  • Specialized training

  • Professional development

  • A new network of professional connections

  • New career opportunities

Be the Greater Good...Join AmeriCorps!

AmeriCorps positions recruiting NOW:

This message highlights only a few of the AmeriCorps opportunities available in Washington. To find more AmeriCorps positions in Washington and across the country visitMy AmeriCorpsand click on "Search Listings."


WSD, Workplace Learning & Performance/Department of Enterprise Services is hiring!

EPMO Administrative Assistant (AA5 2019 – 07446) Olympia


OSPI is hiring!

  • Data Specialist - Title II, Part A

  • Administrative Program Specialist 1 - Safety Net Unit

Please review our Job Opportunities 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.


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