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  • CNC Service Tech/Engineer - Everett - Elwood Professional
    Employer:
    Elwood Professional
    Client in Everett looking for a CNC Service Tech/Engineer.
    Our client is an international tool engineering and design/build services to the aerospace and defense industries.
    This position is responsible for control equipment CNC-PLC programming, calibration and verification, adjustment and process optimization, acceptance and training during internal and external installation and maintenance. This position will also deal with any technical assistance necessary within the scope of CNC Service.
    For more details or information, feel free to email me at: Kevin.Barland@ElwoodProfessional.com Thank you, Kevin Barland
    Contact:
    Kevin Barland
    City:
    Everett
    Closes:
    3/19/2015
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  • CNC Service Tech/Engineer - Everett - Elwood Professional
    Employer:
    Elwood Professional
    Client in Everett looking for a CNC Service Tech/Engineer.
    Our client is an international tool engineering and design/build services to the aerospace and defense industries.
    This position is responsible for control equipment CNC-PLC programming, calibration and verification, adjustment and process optimization, acceptance and training during internal and external installation and maintenance. This position will also deal with any technical assistance necessary within the scope of CNC Service.
    For more details or information, feel free to email me at: Kevin.Barland@ElwoodProfessional.com Thank you, Kevin Barland
    Contact:
    Kevin Barland
    City:
    Everett
    Closes:
    3/19/2015
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  • Apprenticeships

    Industrial Technology
  • Mechanic Apprentice - Birch Equipment
    Employer:
    Birch Equipment
    The Mechanic Apprentice will partake in a two year (depending on experience) apprenticeship to gain and master the skills necessary with the chance to move up to the mechanic position. Training includes preventive mainteneance and safe operation and equipment repair. Mechanic Apprentices will assist Birch Equipment's Mechanics in keeping the fleet of 45,000 pieces of equipment & tools running safely and effectively throughout construction, manufacturing and home improvement season, as well as pro-actively maintaining equipment year-round.
    *Computer literate, Microsoft Office proficient *Abiility to perform essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accomodation *Ability to lift 50 pounds *Ability to pass pre-employment *Ability to bend or kneel and work with arms raised for prolonged periods *Drug Free, ability to pass pre-emplyment drug test & random drug tests *WA state driver's license in good standing *High School Diploma/GED
    Skills Desired: *Punctual *Self-Starting *Good Communication *Excellent driving skills *Attention to detail *Ability to follow directions
    Applicants are requested to hand deliver resume and application found online at birchequipment.com to desired store location or Email resumes & completed applicaton to "Careers@Birch Equipment.com: Please note applicaton and resume must be submitted to be considered for an interview.
    Hours:
    4 10 work week
    Closes:
    3/17/2015
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  • Pathway to Apprenticeship - Puget Sound Energy
    Employer:
    Puget Sound Energy
    If you are looking for a hands-on job that may lead into an exciting and rewarding career in the electrical trades, PSE’s Pathway to Apprenticeship could be the right move for you!
    Puget Sound Energy is seeking people interested in qualifying for future Pathway to Apprenticeship (PTA) opportunities in the energy sector. PTA jobs are entry level positions that may lead into Apprenticeship opportunities. These positions give you the opportunity to learn about the company and work with a diverse group of people while learning the tools of the trade.
    PSE offers Apprenticeship programs in: Substation Wire, Hydro Electrician, Hydro Mechanic, Electric Meter and Combustion Turbine Specialist.
    As Apprentice openings become available, they will be filled based on seniority by employees holding PTA positions.
    Minimum requirements to test:
    *18 years of age
    *High school diploma or GED
    *1 full year of high school level algebra with a grade of “C” or better or college equivalent

    Selection process overview:
    *Applicants meeting the minimum requirements will be invited to take the National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (NJATC) test for the electrical industry.
    *Upon receipt of the online application a full packet of apprenticeship required forms and materials will be sent via email for completion and submission prior to testing.
    *Supplementary application materials must be received by 4:00 PM on March 20, 2015. No exceptions will be made. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure this gets submitted back to PSE.
    *The NJATC test will occur on April 9, 2015 in Bellevue, WA.
    *Applicants successfully scoring 7 or better on the NJATC test will be invited to interview. Applicants will then receive a score based off their interview and test scores and will be ranked in the PTA Qualified Pool.
    *As PTA positions become available, they will be offered to those in the qualified pool in order of the combined scores.
    *Successful candidates will be required to participate in PTA training opportunities.
    *Those holding PTA positions are then eligible to bid on apprenticeship positions as they become available. This is in part of the occupational progression as outlined in the collective bargaining agreement.

    Other:
    *These are safety sensitive positions which are subject to random DOT drug and/or alcohol testing.
    *These are IBEW Represented positions and the successful candidates will become members of the IBEW.
    *The selected candidate will need to be able to obtain a Commercial Drivers License (CDL).
    *Job opportunities will be throughout PSE’s service territory which covers much of Western Washington. Relocation may be required.
    *Candidates will be subject to pre-employment screening including a physical capacity assessment (for ability to perform essential job functions).
    *Pay for PTA positions will be at least $15.27 per hour. Apprentice positions start at $32.50 per hour.

    **For further information contact: pseapprenticeship@pse.com
    Program standards can be viewed at: http://www.lni.wa.gov.
    This is an excellent opportunity to play an integral role within PSE to help us better serve the environment, our customers and the communities in which they live. PSE provides an environment where all employees are valued, respected and provided with the opportunity to achieve maximum performance. We offer a comprehensive pay package that includes competitive compensation, annual goals-based incentive bonuses, comprehensive cafeteria-style benefits, 401(K), a company paid retirement pension plan and an employee assistance and wellness program. Gain the energy to do great things through a career with Puget Sound Energy!
    PSE is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We encourage persons of diverse backgrounds to apply.
    Should you have a disability that requires assistance and/or reasonable accommodation with the job application process, please contact the Human Resources Staffing department at jobs@pse.com or 425-462-3017.
    Please apply online at http://www.PSE.com/careers
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
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  • Internships

    Business and Office
  • Information Technology Internship - SPIE
    Employer:
    SPIE
    Learn about new technologies, sharpen your skills and gain valuable, hands-on work experience. SPIE seeks an information technology intern to assist with desktop system support. *6 Month Internship, 20 Hours/Week, $17.75/Hour *Great Experience in an Internationally Recognized Organization * Mid-size Corporate Information Technology Department *Provide Basic Hardware and Application Support, Windows 7 & 8.1 Support, and other Helpdesk Services.
    SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, is a non-profit scientific society which publishes research papers and books, organizes world-class scientific conferences, and provides educational opportunities for scientists and engineers.
    This position requires excellent customer service skills, analytical ability, computer technology aptitude and the ability to work as a part of a team to gain real world knowledge of the corporate IT support environment. Hands on experience a plus.
    To be eligible for this position, you must be a current full-time student in a 2 year or 4 year program at an accredited University, Community or Technical college with a major in computer science, information technology or IS related program. You must be in at least your 3rd year if enrolled in a 4 year program, or in your 2nd year if enrolled in a community or tech school program. Work hours are flexible and based upon your class load.
    Send your cover letter and resume to: Recruiting@spie.org P.O. BOX 10, Bellingham, WA 98227
    All application materials must be received by 5 p.m., March 6, 2015. Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    20 hrs week
    Contact:
    Recruiting@spie.org
    Address:
    P.O. BOX 10
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98227
    Closes:
    3/6/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $17.75 hr
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  • Culinary Arts
  • Hospitality and Culinary Internship - Yellowstone National Park Lodges
    Employer:
    Yellowstone National Park Lodges
    Company/Business Information: Yellowstone National Park Lodges is the largest concessionaire in Yellowstone. We operate 31 restaurants ranging from fast food to finer dining, and 9 lodges with over 2,100 rooms. More than 100 various hospitality and culinary positions provide students the opportunity to focus internships, externships, or a career on a specific area of interest. Our employees enjoy living in the park and have many opportunities for outdoor activities in Yellowstone and surrounding areas. We hire over 3,500 employees for our summer season, which lasts from mid-May to October. Our parent company, Xanterra Parks & Resorts also operates smaller operations in several other national and state parks.

    Job Classification: Full-time summer seasonal, full-time winter seasonal, possible year- round employment.

    Additional Information: Room and Board are provided for a reasonable fee.
    Wages: Dependent upon experience.
    Job Description: For a complete list of positions and job descriptions, please visit our web site at www.yellowstonejobs.com.
    Qualifications/Experience: Qualifications vary with position. Some previous experience is preferred for management positions.
    Closing Date: Hiring begins in December, and most positions are filled by early March.
    Application Procedure: Apply on line at www.yellowstonejobs.com. If applying for an internship, select “Internship” as your first job choice, your job preference as second choice and third choice, and please include your resume and internship requirements.

    Xanterra Parks & Resorts (Authorized Concessioner of the National Park Service) is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual in any phase of employment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, veteran status, age, disability or any other legally protected status under applicable law. AA/EOE M/F/D/V
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
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  • Off-Campus Jobs

    Automotive
  • Auto Body/Collision Estimator - Gerber Collision & Glass
    Employer:
    Gerber Collision & Glass
    The Estimator is focused on two main areas: accurate damage analysis and customer service.

    *Assessing vehicle damage and creating an initial repair order estimate that meets or exceeds the specified accuracy target
    *Maintaining regular contact with the appropriate insurance company to advise on vehicle repair status
    *Serving as the primary point of contact for customers during and after the repair, providing information, repair updates, and a high level of service throughout the process.

    Applicants interested in this position should have a minimum of two years experience in a similar role; experience gained in the insurance industry is also acceptable. Thorough knowledge of the collision repair process, solid customer service skills, and experience with a variety of insurance company procedures is expected.

    Requirements
    *Prior estimating experience at a collision repair facility OR at an appraisal company
    *Thorough knowledge and understanding of the collision repair process
    *Fluent with Mitchell, Audatex or CCC systems
    *Solid customer service skills
    *Experience with various insurance company procedures
    *Attention to detail

    Compensation & Benefits
    *Competitive Wages
    *Flex Benefit Plan, Health, Dental and Vision
    *Short and Long Term Disability

    Our Competitive Advantage
    * We are busy year round, with a lot of work as a result of our strong insurance partner relationships
    * Our shops are ICAR Gold Class certified
    * We offer a clean work environment, our shops are bright and well ventilated, with top of the line equipment
    * We offer a National Warranty program, ensuring the repairs are of the highest standards

    Take the first step toward building your career at Gerber Collision & Glass and apply at http://www.gerbercollision.com/employment or send your resume to GerberCollision@ADP.com
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
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  • Structural Auto Body Technician - Gerber Collision & Glass
    Employer:
    Gerber Collision & Glass
    The Structural Auto body Technician is focused on completing quality repairs in a timely fashion.
    *Complete repairs as described on the work order
    *Work in harmony with the production schedule
    *Help maintain a positive working environment.

    Applicants interested in this position should have experience gained through a similar position. Thorough knowledge of automobiles and the collision repair process is expected. Strong work ethic, and great attendance are very important as well.

    Requirements
    *2-5+ years of collision repair experience
    *Ability to complete light to heavy collision damage, including frame work
    *High quality focus
    *High production capabilities
    *Strong work ethic and attendance
    *I-CAR certifications are preferred
    *Properly equipped toolbox

    Compensation & Benefits
    *Competitive Wages
    *Flex Benefit Plan, Health, Dental and Vision
    *Short and Long Term Disability

    Our Competitive Advantage
    * We are busy year round, with a lot of work as a result of our strong insurance partner relationships
    * Our shops are ICAR Gold Class certified
    * We offer a clean work environment, our shops are bright and well ventilated, with top of the line equipment
    * We offer a National Warranty program, ensuring the repairs are of the highest standards

    Take the first step toward building your career at Gerber Collision & Glass and apply at http://www.gerbercollision.com/employment or send your resume to GerberCollision@ADP.com
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
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  • Business and Office
  • Accounts Payable / Administrative Assistant - Birch Equipment
    Employer:
    Birch Equipment
    Perform basic clerical tasks related to the efficient maintenance and processing of accounts payable transactions. This position works hand in hand with corporate staff to help support organization and task flow.
    Duties & responsibilities include and are not limited to: *Match vendor invoices with purchase orders in PO system *Export invoice information from PO system into accounting system *Print, distribute and mail checks *Update and maintain vendor account files *Monthly order and distribution of office supplies *Administrative staff support for management and coworkers *General administrative errands and monthly reports *Special projects as necessary
    Job Requirements: *Proficient in Quickbooks *Proficient in Microsoft Office *Proficient in data entry *Ability to bend or kneel and work with arms raised for prolonged periods, ability to lift 50 pounds, stand, sit or drive for exteneded periods of time, willing to work in the elements *Drug free, ability to pass pre-employment drug test and random drug tests *High school diplome/GED *Valid WA state license in good standing
    Birch Equipment is an equal opportunity employer Benefits/Job Perks: *4-10 work weed *Competitive salary *OT opportunities *Competitive medical/dental/vision/AFLAC/FSA *Sales incentives *Extensive on the job paid training *Tremendous growth opportunities *401K with match *Great company parties
    Contact:
    Jessie
    Phone:
    360.734.5744 Ext. 107
    Closes:
    3/13/2015
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  • Accounts Receivable Specialist - Altair Advanced Industries, a member of the Alpha Group
    Employer:
    Altair Advanced Industries, a member of the Alpha Group
    Altair Advanced Industries, a member of the Alpha Group, which provides world-class powering solutions, seeks an Accounts Receivable Specialist for its facility in Bellingham, WA. This position performs complex duties in accounts receivable. Requires HS Diploma or equiv., 4-6 yrs previous A/R exp. Must be detail oriented, strong organizational skills, excellent written and verbal communications skills and works well under pressure. Proficient in MS Office skills and SAP exp preferred.
    TO APPLY, E-mail resume to: opportunities@alpha.com or Fax resume to: 360-392-2148. No phone calls please! EOE. For more info visit our web site at www.alpha.com. Wage depends on skills/qualifications, Open until filled.
    Contact:
    opportunities@alpha.com
    Closes:
    3/19/2015
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  • Customer Service and Sales Representatives - T-Mobile
    Employer:
    T-Mobile
    Our friendly and knowledgeable Customer Service and Sales Reps let their interpersonal skills shine as they resolve a variety of customer inquires such as technical and billing questions for T-Mobile customers across the U.S. In this role you'll be empowered to solve problems independently and make decisions that you consider to be in the customer's best interest. You'll also be able to keep up to date with our ever-evolving technology and translate this information into terms your customers can understand. While you'll have all the training you need to work independently, you'll also enjoy the support of an encouraging team and knowledgeable leaders so at the end of the day, you can feel good about the job that you've done. As a Customer Service and Sales representative you will proactively offer products and services to our customers. Plus, you'll also enjoy the incentives and recognition T-Mobile has in place to reward the efforts of your performance and the opportunities for advancement make it perfect for people looking to establish a long-term career with T-Mobile.

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


    EDUCATION - Minimum Required
    • High School Diploma/GED.

    TO APPLY: For specific information on upcoming classes, or the application process, please contact the Bellingham Recruiter at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com or 360-527-3882. Thank you!! If you have interviewed and/or tested in the last 6 months, please email Holly at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com to verify eligibility.
    City:
    Bellingham, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Data Entry Assistant - Icicle Seafoods
    Employer:
    Icicle Seafoods
    Title of Position: Data Entry Assistant Work Location: Naknek
    Position Summary:
    The primary job responsibility of the data entry assistant is to enter all fish tickets and fisherman charges into our system quickly and with accuracy. Great attention to detail in a fast paced environment is a requirement.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    *Enter fish tickets into system in an accurate and timely manner.
    *Enter fisherman fuel and grocery charges into system in an accurate and timely manner.
    *Closely edit fish tickets and charges to ensure correct entry.
    *Works closely with Office Manager to ensure data is entered correctly and by set deadlines.
    *Other duties as assigned.

    Skill and experience required:
    *10 key proficient
    *Must have general computer knowledge and skills
    *Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel
    *Must have the ability to operate under deadlines
    *Must be detail oriented
    *Must have problem solving skills
    *Must be willing and able to learn new tasks quickly
    *Must be able to switch roles at a moment’s notice in order to help with tasks beyond data entry.
    *Must have the ability to work in a high paced environment
    *Ability to perform multiple tasks with minimal supervision
    *Must have the ability to work well under pressure, 12 or more hours per day, 7 days per week
    *Must be willing to live and work in confined quarters
    *Must be reliable and prompt

    Work Schedule:
    *Ability to work in remote Alaska for approximately 6 weeks, June-July. Must be able to work 12 or more hours a day, 7 days a week in an intense fast paced environment.

    Work Environment:
    *The Naknek facility is a s\ support office, on land, where no processing takes place. We do all data entry for Bristol Bay and provide fleet support, as well as support for our land plants and floating processors.
    To apply go to www.workwithfish.com
    For any questions email Hayley at hayleym@icicleseafoods.com
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
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  • Engineer/Deckhand - Allen Marine Tours Inc - Ketchikan, AK
    Employer:
    Allen Marine Tours Inc - Ketchikan, AK
    On board 49-150 passenger USCG inspected vessel engaged in 2-5 hour tours of Ketchikan area and connecting waterways. Objective is to provide our guests the opportunity to view and photograph wildlife and/or learn about the area’s natural and human history. Our tours are conducted primarily for cruise ship passengers with occasional charter trips locally and to other southeast Alaska destinations. Duties/Responsibilities *Check all engine/jet fluids upon arriving on vessel each morning, bring all equipment online, log all entries and report any problems to Captain. *Assist with passenger boarding, safety orientation/demonstration, emergency response and crowd control. *Complete routine engine room checks underway, making minor mechanical repairs and adjustments as necessary, and assisting crew members to ensure that passengers receive optimum tour quality and premium customer service. *Assist Captain in wheelhouse with navigating and/or wildlife sighting as directed. *Maintain vessel appearance, with regards to cleanliness and safety, in engine and jet rooms, in voids and on decks. Assist other crew with cabin, galley and heads. *Under direction of Captain, complete all routine vessel maintenance on a daily basis. This will include, but not be limited to: cleaning, sanitation pumping, restocking and refueling. *Assist Captain to perform required safety checks of all essential equipment on a weekly basis. Maintain current and accurate logs. *Work with Port Engineer to complete all mandatory vessel maintenance on a monthly basis, including but not limited to oil/filter changes, zinc/belt replacement, etc. *Identify problems, inform Port Engineer and assist in performing needed repairs. *Perform other duties under supervision of Captain.
    Qualifications/Experience *Prefer experience on passenger carrying vessels. *Mechanical aptitude, engine room experience preferred. Diesel mechanics or electrical/electronics background helpful. *Must be able to work as a team with other crew to provide quality experience for customers, including answering questions and providing commentary. *Must be able to lift and move objects of up to 50 lbs. as required. * Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required). *Must be able to work varied shift hours, including weekends and holidays.
    Days off will be scheduled but must be willing to be flexible in meeting tour demand.
    Pay DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who finish their contract in good standing. • Must be clean, well groomed, courteous, honest, and most important, reliable. • Uniform shirts & jacket provided.
    Pay DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who finish their contract in good standing.
    Contact:
    Eric Lunde, Port Captain
    Phone:
    877.686.8100
    City:
    Ketchikan
    Closes:
    3/10/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Financial Services Assistant - Steele Financial Services
    Employer:
    Steele Financial Services
    Duties include, but are not limited to: Greeting clients/prospects Scheduling appointments Database management: maintaining client contact info and preparing reports Supporting clients by providing services in account management and technical support Scanning and filing documents Coordinating compliance approval of marketing materials Learning and understanding the business to communicate what we do with the public Special projects as assigned Minimum Qualifications: Organized, outgoing and friendly team-player See Competencies Ability to work in highly deadline-driven environment and handle multiple projects and tasks with accuracy 2 years related experience, college degree or currently attending college Possess advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook) and be able to learn other software programs quickly Excellent verbal and written communication skills, customer service and relationship building skills Proficient in math Understand and maintain strict confidentiality of all information Professional appearance, dress code and demeanor This position can be challenging with a steep learning curve, so your ability to learn and adapt is critical Pass a background check
    Competencies: Attention to Detail – Accomplishing tasks by being mindful of all aspects of the job by following established procedures, ensuring errors are avoided and correcting problems. Building Trust & Integrity – Interacting with others in a way that gives them confidence in one’s intentions by demonstrating ethics and integrity. Capitalizing on Opportunities – Recognizing sales and service opportunities to strengthen client relationships; asking questions to uncover the client’s present and future financial goals. Client Centric – Making clients and their needs a primary focus of one's actions; developing and sustaining productive client relationships by exceeding their expectations every time. Communication – Exchanging information by effectively organizing the message being delivered, maintaining the listeners' attention, adjusting the message to the audience, using accepted grammar and sentence structure and effectively listening to others and responding appropriately with nonverbal messages. Critical Thinking – Identifying and analyzing issues, problems or opportunities in order to make effective decisions. Flexibility – Demonstrating adaptability in approach when working with all types of people; maintaining effectiveness when experiencing major changes in work tasks or the work environment. Initiative – Taking action to achieve results or accomplish goals beyond what is required; being proactive. Inventiveness – Coming up with new and unique ideas; connecting previously unrelated concepts. Judgment – Using effective approaches for choosing a course of action and then taking action based on the available facts and probable outcomes. Learning & Understanding the Business - Takes the necessary steps to learn the processes and systems to get things done; stays informed of what is going on in the organization to help make decisions. Persistence – The drive to figure things out; staying with an action plan until the goal is achieved or is no longer possible. Persuasiveness – Using effective interpersonal approaches and communication styles to influence others to accept an idea, product or service. Positive Nature – Maintaining a high level of energy and a positive outlook while dealing with stressful situations and difficult people. Relationship Building – Working effectively and cooperatively with others; listening, understanding, responding and building positive working relationships. Teamwork – Participating as an effective member of a team to move the group forward toward accomplishing goals; appropriately involves other people on the team, shares important information and is personally committed to the team. Technical Knowledge – Having obtained the necessary technical knowledge and skills in area of expertise related to one’s job. Takes notes and uses them. Work Quality – Setting high standards of performance; can be counted on to drive for outstanding results.
    Pay and hours: Temporary part-time to start to help during tax season, potential to evolve into full time and permanent position. Moderately flexible work schedule. In general, we’d like someone here from 11:30-3:30 or 12-4 to cover the reception area during lunch. 10-20 hours per week. Your skill set and the workload will drive the number of hours you work per week.
    Candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to Steele Financial Services, Attn: HR, 119 Grand Ave Suite A, Bellingham, WA 98225
    Hours:
    11:30-3:30 or 12-4
    Contact:
    H/R
    Address:
    119 Grand Ave Suite A
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    3/18/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $12-$15 hr
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  • Health Sciences Coordinator - Tacoma - Tacoma Community College
    Employer:
    Tacoma Community College
    Are you interested in joining a community dedicated to high-quality education and innovative programs that prepare students for success in the health sciences field? Tacoma Community College (TCC) is pleased to welcome applications for a Health Sciences Coordinator. This position serves as a representative to the Dean in matters relating to health sciences accreditation standards, clinical site coordination/liaison, and maintaining complete sciences admission processes and standards. If you’re passionate about guiding students to professional success, we’d love to hear from you.
    TCC is a comprehensive community college located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, just 35 miles south of Seattle. TCC is a diverse, creative and engaging institution - recognized nationally as an Achieving the Dream “Leader College” – and enrolls approximately 18,000 students annually (6,000 FTE). Located on a 150-acre site in west Tacoma. The Tacoma-Pierce County area, located on beautiful Puget Sound and framed by the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, offer residents and visitors a wealth of cultural and recreational opportunities.
    The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent education and experience; two (2) years of program management/development experience; and expertise with a variety of business management software.
    Full description, qualifications, and application information are available at http://www.tacomacc.edu/employment
    Contact:
    Christine Nicolai
    Phone:
    (253) 566-6043
    Address:
    6501 South 19th Street
    City:
    Tacoma
    Zip:
    98466
    Closes:
    2/25/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $50,000
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  • Legal Assistant II & III DOQ - Whatcom County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
    Employer:
    Whatcom County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
    The Legal Assistant III independently performs a variety of complex and diverse office, clerical and secretarial support functions requiring independent judgment to facilitate the effective operations of the department. Under limited direction, prepares court documents, pleadings, reports and correspondence and coordinates collection and distribution of paperwork.
    QUALIFICATIONS: *Legal Assistant II: Requires a Bachelor’s degree and one year experience as a legal assistant or an Associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies and two years’ experience as a legal assistant or four years’ experience as a legal assistant. *Legal Assistant III: Requires a Bachelor’s degree and two years’ experience as a legal assistant or an Associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies and four years’ experience as a legal assistant.
    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must become a Notary Public and maintain throughout employment. Background check must meet County criteria. Must pass job-related tests. Required to become a member of the local collective bargaining unit.
    HOW TO APPLY: Application materials are available on website at: www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs, or may be picked up in Human Resources, 311 Grand Ave, Ste. 107, Bellingham, WA 98225. We are open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except holidays. Completed applications must include the following: Whatcom County Application (with original signature) Supplemental Application for Legal Assistant II or III (with original signature) Recent typing test scores (instructions included in Supplemental Application) Completed applications must be received in Human Resources by 4:30 p.m. on February 24, 2015. Emailed or faxed application materials will not be accepted. If you would like to request assistance with physical access or communications, or have other needs related to a disability, please contact Human Resources.
    BENEFITS: Whatcom County offers excellent benefits, including medical, dental, and vision coverage for employees and their family, and life insurance coverage for employees. We offer attractive paid leave provisions, including vacation, sick leave, and 12 holidays per year (on average). Employees participate in Washington State’s Retirement System through joint contributions with the County. Additionally, we provide an employee assistance program and tax-preferred options for employees to invest their money in deferred compensation and/or flexible spending plan for health care/dependent care. Whatcom County checks education, experience, training, driving records, criminal history, experience and other job-related information as applicable. Applicants may be tested for job-related skills.
    Hours:
    8:30 - 5:00
    Contact:
    HR
    Phone:
    3606766802
    Address:
    311 Grand Ave. Ste 107
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    2/24/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $17.16 hr
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  • Medical and Medical Support positions - United General Hospital
    Employer:
    United General Hospital
    Various positions available. Please visit the website at www.unitedgeneral.org for current job openings.
    Address:
    2000 Hospital Drive
    City:
    Sedro Woolley, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Office Support Clerk - Whatcom County Parks & Recreation Department
    Employer:
    Whatcom County Parks & Recreation Department
    Whatcom County Parks & Recreation Department will hire one temporary extra-help employee to provide clerical office support and assist with the Parks volunteer program. Duties may include compiling information, creating and updating marketing materials, working directly with staff, volunteers and outside organizations, assisting with report writing, data entry, clerical work, online research, and updating the website and park brochures. Occasional work off-site may also be required. If you have questions about job duties contact Parks & Recreation at (360) 733-2900.
    The ideal candidate must have:
    *Excellent Customer Service Skills
    *Outstanding written and oral communication and organizational skills
    *Proficiency with Word, Excel, Publisher and excellent web-based research skills
    *The ability to collect and analyze data to develop reports.
    *Ability to multi-task and prioritize effectively with minimal direction
    RATE OF PAY: $12.00 per hour
    LENGTH OF POSITION: Approximately 40 hours a week for 7 months, then averaging 17 hours per week, ongoing. Hours will vary greatly depending on season and department and project needs.
    QUALIFICATIONS: Must be proficient with word processing and spreadsheet applications. Requires experience updating and maintaining web-based content and experience producing documents using Microsoft Publisher.
    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a valid driver's license at time of hire and throughout employment. Background check must meet County criteria. Must be eligible to cross between the United States and Canada. Enrollment in the Washington State Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS) is required.
    HOW TO APPLY:
    Applications must be received in Human Resources by February 24, 2015.
    Please see the attached sheet for detailed application instructions.
    Closes:
    2/24/2015
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  • Outreach & Development Coordinator - Opportunity Council
    Employer:
    Opportunity Council
    JOB SUMMARY: Supports the work of Community Services by coordinating and delivering services in assigned programs, supporting the pursuit of funding through grants and events, and overseeing volunteer recruitment, including VISTA.
    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES: * Responsible for the delivery and coordination of assigned programs, including ensuring the fulfillment of contract projections and obligations. * Responsible for researching, identifying and preparing grant applications; assists with grant writing. * Develops and implements marketing and fund development campaigns. * Coordinates several annual special events. * Works as part of the Community Services and Communications team in developing and promoting Community Services programs and funding. * Responsible for recruitment and supervision of interns and volunteers. * Responsible for agency VISTA and volunteer recruitment services. * Responsible for the coordination of existing and new programs related to providing outreach and basic services to clients visiting the Community Resource Center.
    OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES: *Attends staff meetings and training seminars as required. *Other related duties as assigned.
    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in Human Services or related field and minimum of 3 years' related experience. Experience and or training in grant writing, program management, fund development, and public speaking preferred. Knowledge of DSHS services preferred.
    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Valid Washington State Driver’s License at time of hire. Good driving record. A three-year driving abstract must be submitted prior to hire date.
    * Excellent innovation ability. Must be able to turn outreach activities into sustainable programs for the service center. * Above–average investigative skills; ability to research, analyze, and collect information focusing on development of new grant opportunities. * Ability to plan and coordinate multiple projects. * Outstanding communication and presentation skills. * Outstanding time management and organizational skills. * Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to establish professional relationships with staff and community in order to coordinate and complete projects. * High level of initiative with self-motivation and self-direction ability. * Ability to supervise interns and volunteers
    GENERAL PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Strength: Lifting and carrying general office supplies, typically weighing less than 25 pounds. Manual Dexterity: Sitting for long periods while keyboarding on the computer, performing routine clerical tasks or speaking and taking notes by telephone and at meetings. Mobility: Sitting for long periods, driving. Visual Discrimination: Staring at a computer screen while performing routine functions Driving Hearing: Ability to listen on the phone, while taking notes of the conversation and participating in meetings. Concentration: Frequently assists in creating new or improved methods, procedures or systems, including resolution of differences of opinion, using tact and diplomacy, such as settling complaints or negotiating with a diversity of agency and community resources. Resolution of issues may occasionally require actions beyond standard practices. Conceptualization: Situations encountered may be unclear and may require clarification. Determining the correct answer may require conducting significant analysis or information gathering, as well as full knowledge of the functional field and the agency's policies, practices, and precedents. Judgment/Temperament: Frequently assists in creating new or improved methods, procedures, or systems. Decisions and recommendations typically have a significant impact on Community Services operation, services, accountability, or cost effectiveness. Provides occasional guidance regarding daily issues, short term planning, and some long range planning, which enables others to take action. This position involves minimal supervision; acts within stated goals and established practices; determines appropriate actions to attain desired results. Participates as a team member to accomplish goals. Results are not typically reviewed until after completion. WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in a fast-paced office environment and in our service community with frequent interruptions and occasional crisis situations. Position requires regular travel within the Agency's service area for outreach events, community networking, meetings, special workshops and trainings, and other job-related activities.
    TO APPLY: Applications and application instructions may be found at: www.oppco.org Paper copies of the applications may be picked up at: Opportunity Council 1419 Cornwall Ave. Bellingham, WA 98225 Applications must be received no later than 4:00 pm, Wednesday, February 25, 2015.
    Hours:
    M - F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Address:
    1419 Cornwall Ave.
    City:
    Bellingham, WA
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    2/25/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $18.05 +
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  • Receptionist - Icicle Seafoods
    Employer:
    Icicle Seafoods
    Title of Position: Receptionist
    Work Location: Naknek

    Position Summary:
    The primary job responsibility of the receptionist is to provide assistance to the main office. The receptionist will route incoming calls, greet and help people as they come through the door, handle incoming and outgoing mail, copy and file paperwork, help to facilitate the movement of fishermen and processors from airport to their destinations, etc.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    *Answer phones and field phone calls to appropriate people
    *Assist and direct people as they come through the door
    *Assist fishermen in filling out pre-season paperwork
    *Copying, filing
    *Issuing purchase orders
    *Sorting, labeling, logging mail
    *Help with data entry when needed
    *Assist Office Manager and Office Coordinator with tasks as assigned

    Skill and experience required:
    *Must have previous experience in an office setting
    *Must be willing and able to learn new tasks quickly
    *Must have good communication skills
    *Must be able to work with a wide variety of people
    *Must be able to switch roles at a moment’s notice in order to help with new tasks
    *Must have the ability to work in a high paced environment
    *Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel
    *Must have general computer knowledge and skills
    *Ability to perform multiple tasks with minimal supervision
    *Must have the ability to work well under pressure, 12 or more hours per day, 7 days per week
    *Must be willing to live and work in confined quarters
    *Must be reliable and prompt
    *Must be self-motivating

    Work Schedule:
    *Ability to work in remote Alaska for approximately 6 weeks, June-July. Must be able to work 12 or more hours a day, 7 days a week in an intense fast paced environment.
    Work Environment:
    *The Naknek facility is a support office, on land, where no processing takes place. We do all data entry for Bristol Bay and provide fleet support, as well as support for our land plants and floating processors.
    To apply go to www.workwithfish.com
    For any questions email Hayley at hayleym@icicleseafoods.com
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
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  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Culinary Arts
  • Assistant Cooks - Kamaji Summer Camp - Minnesota
    Employer:
    Kamaji Summer Camp - Minnesota
    WHAT IS KAMAJI?? Kamaji is a residential summer camp for girls located in Northern Minnesota – 220 miles, north of Minneapolis/St. Paul and 12 miles east of Bemidji, Minnesota. Each summer,150 girls (ages 7-14) and 80+ staff members come together to enjoy the magic of camping. Desired Qualifications *Training and experience in quality cooking * Ability to read menus, weights, and measures * Ability to work well with others * Ability to accept supervision * Desire and ability to work in camp setting * Good character, integrity, adaptability, and enthusiasm * Knowledge of standards of food preparation, serving, and kitchen procedures
    Responsible To Head Cook and/or Camp Directors CAMP GOALS General Responsibility Assist in the preparation of meals from menus for camp season Specific Responsibilities *Assist in preparing foods by performing any combination of the following tasks: < wash,="" peel,="" etc.,="" vegetables="">< boil,="" broil,="" roast,="" and/or="" bake="" meat="" egetables/desserts="">< weigh="" and="" measure="" foods="">< carry="" pans,="" pots,="" etc.="">< store="" food="">< clean="" utensils="" and="" area="">< distribute="" food="" and="" supplies="" *="" set="" up="" all="" trays="" for="" table="" setters="" *="" plan="" appropriate="" utensils="" and="" methods="" for="" serving="" each="" meal="" *="" put="" out="" sample="" setting="" of="" utensils,="" etc.="" for="" each="" meal,="" set="" utensils="" out="" for="" table="" setters="" *="" supervise="" table="" setters="" *="" clean="" up,="" put="" away,="" and="" appropriately="" label="" leftovers="" *="" fill="" sugar,="" salt/pepper="" containers="" as="" needed="" *="" fill="" condiments="" as="" needed,="" i.e.="" mustard,="" ketchup,="" etc.="" *="" stock="" coffee="" supplies="" *="" plan="" daily="" salad="" bar="" makings="" and="" dressings="" *="" serve="" up="" all="" platters/serving="" bowls,="" etc.="" for="" meal="" and="" refills="" *="" for="" barbeques,="" help="" set-up="" tables,="" serve="" food,="" and="" take="" down/clean-up="" *="" prepare="" sack="" lunches="" for="" bus="" trips="" *="" help="" trip="" leaders="" in="" packing="" food="" for="" trips="" *="" report="" any="" maintenance="" needs="" to="" maintenance="" staff="" *="" pre-camp="" and="" closing-camp="" kitchen="" clean-up="" *="" assist="" in="" any="" area="" of="" kitchen="" or="" dining="" room,="" as="" requested="" by="" head="" cook="" *="" help="" unload="" and="" store="" supplies="" upon="" delivery="" *="" help="" move="" supplies="" around="" the="" kitchen="" *="" these="" are="" not="" the="" only="" duties="" to="" be="" performed.="" some="" duties="" may="" be="" reassigned="" and="" other="" duties="" may="" be="" assigned="" as="" required.="">
    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS * Ability to communicate and work with people (different ages and backgrounds), including children *Able to lift/unload/move food and supplies; lift dishes to their storage location * Use kitchen equipment safely; operate electrical and mechanical equipment * Operate dishwasher while maintaining appropriate temperature; determine cleanliness of dishes, food contact surfaces, and kitchen area * Assess condition of food * Ambulatory ability to get around camp’s uneven terrain
    WHAT IS THE SUMMER EMPLOYMENT PERIOD?? Minimally all of staff are required to work the nine week contractual period beginning June 9th and ending on August 12th, 2015. WHAT IS THE SALARY?? The assistant cook salary is competitive based upon education and experience starting at $2100. There is also a travel stipend ranging from $200 - $400 in addition to room and board. Also, there is opportunity to start work earlier — in fact, as early as June 1st with additional salary remuneration on top of the nine week salary. WHERE DO THE SUPPORT STAFF LIVE?? Support staff live together in designated cabins and dormitory style buildings on camp property. By requiring all our staff to live on-site during the summer, a strong sense of staff comradery and friendship is developed and enhanced. WHAT ELSE SHOULD I KNOW?? We hire both male and female staff — so in spite of the fact that Camp Kamaji is a camp for girls, we do have a coed staff!! Too, given that Kamaji is a summer residential camp, not only do our 150 campers live at camp, our staff totaling 85 (9 of whom are kitchen staff members) also live and work at camp. HOW IS THE FOOD AT CAMP KAMAJI?? In a word, GREAT!! HOW DO I APPLY?? Simply go to Kamaji’s web site at www.kamaji.com — double-click on Staff Info page where you will find an on-line application. Please be sure to take the time to complete the 2015 New Staff Application in its entirety . . . and be sure to list former employers as well as references, listing each person’s complete contact info.
    QUESTIONS?? Call 218-556-1805 or email jason@kamaji.com.
    Hours:
    Summer
    Contact:
    Jason
    Phone:
    2185561805
    Closes:
    3/13/2015
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  • Cake Decorator - Haggen Northwest Fresh - Burlington, WA
    Employer:
    Haggen Northwest Fresh - Burlington, WA
    Our Burlington Haggen Northwest Fresh location is seeking new cake decorating talent to join their bakery team. Primary duties include completing special event orders, production decorating for self-serve displays and finishing specialty desserts for our popular cream case. Will also consult with guests on special event decorating over the phone & in person. Work area is in view of our guests, so Cake Decorators must be comfortable working in an action station & interacting with people. Previous retail decorating experience would certainly set you apart.
    Apply directly to the Burlington location online at www.haggen.com or drop off application in person at 757 Haggen Drive, Burlington. Choose HAGGEN NORTHWEST FRESH & you'll be working for a company: *Offering a team focused work place with competitive wages & outstanding benefits, including healthcare & retirement plans * Respected within our industry & recognized for our innovative approach *Who gives back to the communities we serve through contributions & sponsorship to local fundraisers, schools & charities * Dedicated to having a diverse & drug-free environment
    Address:
    757 Haggen Drive
    City:
    Burlington
    Zip:
    98233
    Closes:
    3/18/2015
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  • Cashier/Dishwasher/Prep - Mediterranean Specialties
    Employer:
    Mediterranean Specialties
    We at Mediterranean Specialties are a family operated cafe/gourmet grocery store looking for a hard working individual that can commit long term. Duties include handling money, preparing sandwiches, stocking, prep work, dish washing, mopping, serving, and more. We are looking for someone who has a good work ethic, positive attitude, can multi-task well, and can work long shifts when needed. We want to work with someone who is passionate about food and cooking. Knowledge and experience with Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Cuisine is preferred.

    Food handlers permit is required. Bring a resume to the store M-F 11am-4pm. Please include availability and 3-4 references.
    ONLY hiring for our CLOSING** shift which is 2:30pm-7:30pm weekdays and 12pm-6pm on Saturdays. This position is part time and we can only guarantee 12-18 hours. We start at minimum wage.
    Closes:
    3/12/2015
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  • Food service manager/cook - Lutherwood Camp and Retreat Center
    Employer:
    Lutherwood Camp and Retreat Center
    *Company: Lutherwood Camp and Retreat Center
    *Job title: Food service manager/cook
    *Description: Plan menus for all meals, supervise and facilitate the preparation and cleaning up of all meals
    *Qualifications: Formal food preparation training
    *How to apply: Email resume to Bethany Dietrich at program@camplutherwood.org
    *Cllosing date: March 1, 2015
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
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  • Variety of Culinary Positions - 12 Tribes Resort and Casino
    Employer:
    12 Tribes Resort and Casino
    Food & Beverage Manager $35,505 – $49,707
    Under the direction of the Executive Chef, the Food and Beverage Manager will primarily oversee front of the house operations that affect sales including guest satisfaction, food and beverage quality, ambiance, cleanliness, promotions and service standards for both restaurants and bars.
    *Minimum 5 years experience in Food & Beverage management.
    *Minimum 6-8 years food industry experience.
    *Computer literate, exceptional communication skills, valid driver’s license, obtain Tribal Gaming license, food handlers card and Class 12 permit, Serv Safe certification.

    Asian Chef $45,596 - $66,115
    Oversees day to day running of the Yu’ for both lunch and dinner periods. Responsible for training staff in quality control and consistency, controlling labor and food costs, generating profit.
    *Min 6 years in free standing Asian restaurant or high end resort or casino.
    *Formal training in culinary school.
    *3 years experience as Sous Chef in management, obtain Tribal Gaming license, Wash State food handlers card, good communication skills (verbal, written, reading).

    Executive Sous Chef $45,596 - $66,115
    Executive Sous Chef takes over in Executive Chefs absence. Oversees Kitchen for the day to day running of outlets. Help Line staff in quality control, consistency adhering to recipe cards, presentations and taste of food products .Trouble shooting with foresight in all outlets working cohesively with both front and back of the house Managers and Staff.
    *10 years food industry in high end resorts, casinos, four star.
    *Formal training in culinary school.
    *5 yrs exp as Sous Chef in management position, obtain Tribal Gaming license, Wash State food handlers card, good communication skills (verbal, written, reading).

    Send resumes to hr@colvillecasinos.com
    Contact Human Resources 509-422-7789
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
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  • Variety of positions - The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    Employer:
    The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    There are a variety of positions open with Skagit Valley Casino Resort. Please contact Kim for the most updated openings and to schedule an appointment to apply.
    Contact:
    Kim
    Phone:
    360-724-0190
    City:
    Bow, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Dental
  • Dental Assistant - Blaine and Birch Bay Family Dentistry
    Employer:
    Blaine and Birch Bay Family Dentistry
    Dental Office located in Blaine is looking for an Experienced Dental Assistant for a full time position. Please email resume to 8888dental@gmail.com. No calls please

    Dental Office name: Blaine and Birch Bay Family Dentistry
    Email: 8888dental@ gmail.com
    Contact person: Nancy Chen
    Closes:
    3/8/2015
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  • Education and Human Services
  • Student COACH - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    The Student COACH Program is in its third year at BTC. This year we hope to have 12 coaches working on campus supporting student success and transition.

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

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

    TO APPLY: If you would like to recommend a student for a BTC COACH Program, contact Maryn Gunning at mgunning@btc.ctc.edu or Cherie Hollifield at chollifield@btc.ctc.edu
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Electronics, Instrumentation and Process Tech
  • Machinists & Other Positions - AMT
    Employer:
    AMT
    Looking for a career in Aerospace? Senior Aerospace AMT is looking for qualified candidates to come join our team. AMT offers health benefits, 401K, Sick Pay, Vacation, Holiday Pay, On‐Site Gym, Wellness Program, Incentive Programs and much more!

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

    TO APPLY: Applicants can apply via our website www.amtnw.com.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Operations Technician - Williams - Pocatello, Idaho District (Burley, Idaho work area)
    Employer:
    Williams - Pocatello, Idaho District (Burley, Idaho work area)
    Williams has a technician opportunity in Pocatello, Idaho
    Submit resumes on the Williams website: http://co.williams.com/williams/careers/
    Company Overview Annual salary could be Williams is a premier developer and operator of energy infrastructure in North America. Our Organization is seeking a highly skilled Operation Technician to be part of the Pocatello District and work in our Burley work area. As an Operation Technician at Williams, the successful candidate will be responsible for troubleshooting, operating and maintaining equipment such as gas measurement metering equipment, maintenance for high pressure gas pipelines, mechanical and electrical maintenance of turbine engines and compressors, gas/air pneumatic and electronic controls, and compressor and meter station control systems.
    Responsibilities: *Safety is the utmost priority and a demonstrated minimum requirement. *Provide expertise in operating and maintaining all the equipment. This equipment includes: Engines, Compressors, Motors, Pumps, Electrical and Control Equipment, Valves, Measurement and Regulation equipment. *Maintain and operate high pressure gas pipeline and delivery meters *Responsible for the repair-rebuild of valves and regulators *Complete maintenance records, service reports and other required documents *Perform core pipeline maintenance tasks including but not limited to inspections and encroachments *Willingness to be available for emergency call out rotation *Focus on customer and stakeholder satisfaction *Ability to work in a team environment and well with others *Be a self-starter and willing to work alone at times
    Qualifications Basic/Required: *Possess a high school diploma or equivalent *Have basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Application and PC skills *Ability to troubleshoot and problem solve *Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills *Be able to stand, walk, climb, bend, stoop, and squat for long periods of time *Willingness to accurately operate 4X4 vehicles *Willing to work in extremely hot and cold temperatures and enclosed spaces *Be able to carry and lift items that can weigh 50lbs or more *Be able to read and understand standard P&ID’s.
    Qualifations Preferred: *Possess an Associates’ degree in Instrumentation, Control Technology, or Electronics *Experience and knowledge of turbine engines *Experience with gas measurement
    Hours:
    40 hrs + OT
    Contact:
    Diane Romney
    Phone:
    8015847156
    Closes:
    3/13/2015
    Pay Rate:
    50,700 ann
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  • Outside Construction Lineman - NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Employer:
    NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Journeymen linemen build and maintain electrical power systems. They do all the work from the point of generation (power plants) all the way to the customer's meter. The lines may be on overhead structures (up to 500’ plus) or in underground vaults and trenches in rural and metropolitan areas. Linemen also do work on traffic signals and street lights. The work is physically demanding, on all kinds of terrain and weather conditions from freezing blizzard conditions to temperatures over 100 degrees. Climbing electrical towers and poles during all seasons and weather is required to get the job done. At times power lines fail or become inoperable due to bad weather and storms, this is when the outside electrical industry performs critical duties

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

    TO APPLY you can download an application from our website, nwlinejatc.com, or call the office at, 503-253-8202, and ask to have one mailed to you.
    Address:
    9817 NE 54th Street, Suite 101
    City:
    Vancouver WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

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

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

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

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

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

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

    Current opportunities include:
    Pipeline Technician 1: Posting 31782 - Kemmerer, WY
    Pipeline Technician 1: Posting 31162 - Billingsley, AL
    Pipeline Technician: Posting 31301 - Moore, SC
    Gathering Technician I: Posting 25981 - Susquehanna, PA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Engineering
  • Assistant Port Engineer - Allen Marine Tours Inc. - Ketchikan
    Employer:
    Allen Marine Tours Inc. - Ketchikan
    Under the direction of Port Engineer, this position is responsible for performing regular scheduled maintenance duties on all day tour vessels including assisting Captains with oil changes; for assisting Port Engineer with mechanical repairs; and for keeping all parts, filters, and equipment areas on dock stocked, organized and neat. Duties/Responsibilities *Perform engine oil changes on a fleet of four tour vessels. *Be able to work unsupervised. *Work safely in a fast-paced environment. *Be able to communicate effectively with a small team of fellow employees. *Assist in monitoring of maintenance inventory (i.e. lube oil, filters, tools, etc.). *Communicate problems to Port Engineer. *Keep dock and shop areas clean, safe and free from hazards to maintain a safe working environment. *Be flexible in prioritizing daily work activities. *Maintain personal appearance as per the employee manual. *Other duties as assigned. Qualifications/Experience *Must possess current Drivers’ license and have record with no recent violations. *Applicant should be able to pick up at least 50 pounds in line of duties. *Be comfortable working around diesel engines. *Posses some experience with mechanic’s tools. *Must be self-motivated and be able to work unsupervised. *Must be able to work varied shifts, some weekends and some holidays. * Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required). *Must be able to work from mid April to the end of September with little or no interruption. Pay DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who complete their contract in good standing.
    Contact:
    Eric
    Phone:
    877.686.8100
    City:
    Ketchikan
    Closes:
    3/24/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Fisheries
  • Engineer/Deckhand - Allen Marine Tours Inc - Ketchikan, AK
    Employer:
    Allen Marine Tours Inc - Ketchikan, AK
    On board 49-150 passenger USCG inspected vessel engaged in 2-5 hour tours of Ketchikan area and connecting waterways. Objective is to provide our guests the opportunity to view and photograph wildlife and/or learn about the area’s natural and human history. Our tours are conducted primarily for cruise ship passengers with occasional charter trips locally and to other southeast Alaska destinations. Duties/Responsibilities *Check all engine/jet fluids upon arriving on vessel each morning, bring all equipment online, log all entries and report any problems to Captain. *Assist with passenger boarding, safety orientation/demonstration, emergency response and crowd control. *Complete routine engine room checks underway, making minor mechanical repairs and adjustments as necessary, and assisting crew members to ensure that passengers receive optimum tour quality and premium customer service. *Assist Captain in wheelhouse with navigating and/or wildlife sighting as directed. *Maintain vessel appearance, with regards to cleanliness and safety, in engine and jet rooms, in voids and on decks. Assist other crew with cabin, galley and heads. *Under direction of Captain, complete all routine vessel maintenance on a daily basis. This will include, but not be limited to: cleaning, sanitation pumping, restocking and refueling. *Assist Captain to perform required safety checks of all essential equipment on a weekly basis. Maintain current and accurate logs. *Work with Port Engineer to complete all mandatory vessel maintenance on a monthly basis, including but not limited to oil/filter changes, zinc/belt replacement, etc. *Identify problems, inform Port Engineer and assist in performing needed repairs. *Perform other duties under supervision of Captain.
    Qualifications/Experience *Prefer experience on passenger carrying vessels. *Mechanical aptitude, engine room experience preferred. Diesel mechanics or electrical/electronics background helpful. *Must be able to work as a team with other crew to provide quality experience for customers, including answering questions and providing commentary. *Must be able to lift and move objects of up to 50 lbs. as required. * Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required). *Must be able to work varied shift hours, including weekends and holidays.
    Days off will be scheduled but must be willing to be flexible in meeting tour demand.
    Pay DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who finish their contract in good standing. • Must be clean, well groomed, courteous, honest, and most important, reliable. • Uniform shirts & jacket provided.
    Pay DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who finish their contract in good standing.
    Contact:
    Eric Lunde, Port Captain
    Phone:
    877.686.8100
    City:
    Ketchikan
    Closes:
    3/10/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Various - Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

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

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

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

    To apply: For more information, please visit http://www.dnr.wa.gov/AboutDNR/Employment/Pages/Home.aspx
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • General
  • 7th/8th Grade Head Coach and 7th/8th Grade Assistant Coach - North County Lacrosse
    Employer:
    North County Lacrosse
    *Company - North County Lacrosse
    *Job title - 7th/8th Grade Head Coach and 7th/8th Grade Assistant Coach
    *Qualifications - Must have playing/or coaching experience in lacrosse or significant coaching experience in another sport. Applicants will be required to pass a national background check.
    *How to apply - Email northcountylacrosse@outlook.com for an application
    *Closing date - Until Filled
    North County Lacrosse is looking for candidates for boys lacrosse coaching positions throughout the program including the 7/8 Head Coach. Practices start at the end of February and go through the end of May. Practices are 4 times a week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) in the early afternoon for about two hours.
    Closes:
    2/27/2015
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  • Academic Tutor - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Provide individual and small group tutoring to students in the Tutoring Center at Bellingham Technical College (H-9). Assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills. Other assistance might include: reviewing in-class material, notes, and text; working on solutions to homework problems; preparing for upcoming tests. During non-tutoring times, students may be asked to help perform other clerical type duties in the Tutoring Center.

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

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

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

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

    To apply: Fill out an application in the Tutoring Center, Building H, Room 9 at BTC. For questions, call 360-752-8499 or email tutoring@btc.ctc.edu. Employer: Bellingham Technical College
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Beach Gang - Icicle Seafoods
    Employer:
    Icicle Seafoods
    Title of Position: Beach Gang
    Work Location: Naknek

    Position Summary:
    The primary job responsibility of the beach gang is to move, organize, and keep track of fisherman gear/freight. The beach gang will load and deliver nets/gear to boats on-land, as well as at the dock. Beach gang will be responsible for organizing, staging, logging, and helping to load gear onto tenders at the dock. There will also be a lot of miscellaneous tasks including, but not limited to, landscaping around the buildings, moving garbage off of the floating processors and to the dump, picking up freight from air cargo, facilitating the movement of processors from the airport out to floating processors, etc.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    *Coordinate gear pick- ups and drop offs with fishermen and net hangers
    *Keep net yard organized and clean
    *Keep logs of incoming and outgoing nets and gear
    *Work with port engineers to stage and move gear on and off the dock
    *Work with tendermen to load and offload gear from tenders
    *Other duties as assigned

    Skill and experience required:
    *Must have a valid driver’s license
    *Must be able to lift 50+ lbs
    *Not required, but should be able to drive a manual transmission
    *Prior crane experience is a plus
    *Must be able to take direction without question or argument
    *Must be able to work with a wide variety of people
    *Must have general computer knowledge in order to keep and update logs
    *Must be willing to work all hours of the day and night
    *Must be able to take instruction and complete any tasks asked, without question
    *Must be able to switch roles at a moment’s notice in order to help with new tasks.
    *Ability to perform multiple tasks with minimal supervision
    *Must have the ability to work well under pressure, 12 or more hours per day, 7 days per week
    *Must be willing to live and work in confined quarters
    *Must be reliable and prompt

    Work Schedule:
    *Ability to work in remote Alaska for approximately 8 weeks, mid- May-July. Must be able to work 12 or more hours a day, 7 days a week in an intense fast paced environment. You will often be working with the tides, meaning early morning, late night, or middle of the night dock appointments.

    Work Environment:
    *The Naknek facility is a support office, on land, where no processing takes place. We do all data entry for Bristol Bay and provide fleet support, as well as support for our land plants and floating processors.
    To apply go to www.workwithfish.com
    Email Hayley at hayleym@icicleseafoods.com with any questions.
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
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  • Cook/Housekeeper - Icicle Seafoods
    Employer:
    Icicle Seafoods
    Title of Position: Cook/Housekeeper
    Location: Naknek

    Position Summary:
    The primary job responsibilities of the cook/housekeeper are to plan and prepare two meals a day for an average of 8 to 10 people, sometimes more, and to keep our buildings clean.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    *Daily menu planning for variety and cost control
    *Prepare and serve two meals a day (lunch and dinner) on schedule
    *Shopping for daily meals, as needed
    *Clean and maintain kitchen, bathrooms, common areas, and office
    *Sweep, mop, and dust daily
    *Take out trash as needed
    *Wash all dishes
    *Set up guest rooms when we have visitors and clean rooms and wash bedding when visitors leave
    *Maintain fisherman’s lounge area
    *Clean and replenish coffee table as necessary
    *Maintain a general tidiness of area, sweeping and mopping as necessary
    *Assist Office Manager and Office Coordinator with tasks as assigned

    Skill and experience required:
    *Must have prior experience cooking for groups
    *Must be able to work on a set schedule
    *Must be able to take direction and suggestions
    *Must have good communication skills
    *Must be able to work with a wide variety of people
    *Must have the ability to work in a high paced environment
    *Ability to perform multiple tasks with minimal supervision
    *Must have the ability to work well under pressure, 12 or more hours per day, 7 days per week
    *Must be willing to live and work in confined quarters
    *Must be reliable and prompt
    *Must be self-motivating

    Work Schedule:
    *Ability to work in remote Alaska for approximately 10 weeks, mid May-July. Must be able to work 12 or more hours a day, 7 days a week in an intense fast paced environment.

    Work Environment:
    *The Naknek facility is a support office, on land, where no processing takes place. We do all data entry for Bristol Bay and provide fleet support, as well as support for our land plants and floating processors.
    To apply go to www.workwithfish.com
    For any questions email Hayley at hayleym@icicleseafoods.com
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
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  • Customer Service and Sales Representatives - T-Mobile
    Employer:
    T-Mobile
    Our friendly and knowledgeable Customer Service and Sales Reps let their interpersonal skills shine as they resolve a variety of customer inquires such as technical and billing questions for T-Mobile customers across the U.S. In this role you'll be empowered to solve problems independently and make decisions that you consider to be in the customer's best interest. You'll also be able to keep up to date with our ever-evolving technology and translate this information into terms your customers can understand. While you'll have all the training you need to work independently, you'll also enjoy the support of an encouraging team and knowledgeable leaders so at the end of the day, you can feel good about the job that you've done. As a Customer Service and Sales representative you will proactively offer products and services to our customers. Plus, you'll also enjoy the incentives and recognition T-Mobile has in place to reward the efforts of your performance and the opportunities for advancement make it perfect for people looking to establish a long-term career with T-Mobile.

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


    EDUCATION - Minimum Required
    • High School Diploma/GED.

    TO APPLY: For specific information on upcoming classes, or the application process, please contact the Bellingham Recruiter at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com or 360-527-3882. Thank you!! If you have interviewed and/or tested in the last 6 months, please email Holly at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com to verify eligibility.
    City:
    Bellingham, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Engineer/Deckhand - Allen Marine Tours Inc - Ketchikan, AK
    Employer:
    Allen Marine Tours Inc - Ketchikan, AK
    On board 49-150 passenger USCG inspected vessel engaged in 2-5 hour tours of Ketchikan area and connecting waterways. Objective is to provide our guests the opportunity to view and photograph wildlife and/or learn about the area’s natural and human history. Our tours are conducted primarily for cruise ship passengers with occasional charter trips locally and to other southeast Alaska destinations. Duties/Responsibilities *Check all engine/jet fluids upon arriving on vessel each morning, bring all equipment online, log all entries and report any problems to Captain. *Assist with passenger boarding, safety orientation/demonstration, emergency response and crowd control. *Complete routine engine room checks underway, making minor mechanical repairs and adjustments as necessary, and assisting crew members to ensure that passengers receive optimum tour quality and premium customer service. *Assist Captain in wheelhouse with navigating and/or wildlife sighting as directed. *Maintain vessel appearance, with regards to cleanliness and safety, in engine and jet rooms, in voids and on decks. Assist other crew with cabin, galley and heads. *Under direction of Captain, complete all routine vessel maintenance on a daily basis. This will include, but not be limited to: cleaning, sanitation pumping, restocking and refueling. *Assist Captain to perform required safety checks of all essential equipment on a weekly basis. Maintain current and accurate logs. *Work with Port Engineer to complete all mandatory vessel maintenance on a monthly basis, including but not limited to oil/filter changes, zinc/belt replacement, etc. *Identify problems, inform Port Engineer and assist in performing needed repairs. *Perform other duties under supervision of Captain.
    Qualifications/Experience *Prefer experience on passenger carrying vessels. *Mechanical aptitude, engine room experience preferred. Diesel mechanics or electrical/electronics background helpful. *Must be able to work as a team with other crew to provide quality experience for customers, including answering questions and providing commentary. *Must be able to lift and move objects of up to 50 lbs. as required. * Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required). *Must be able to work varied shift hours, including weekends and holidays.
    Days off will be scheduled but must be willing to be flexible in meeting tour demand.
    Pay DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who finish their contract in good standing. • Must be clean, well groomed, courteous, honest, and most important, reliable. • Uniform shirts & jacket provided.
    Pay DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who finish their contract in good standing.
    Contact:
    Eric Lunde, Port Captain
    Phone:
    877.686.8100
    City:
    Ketchikan
    Closes:
    3/10/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Entry Level Corrections Deputy - Pierce County Sheriff's Department
    Employer:
    Pierce County Sheriff's Department
    The Pierce County Sheriff's Department is currently accepting applications for Entry Level Corrections Deputy. We anticipate a large number of retirements in the next one to two years. Please apply and test as soon as possible.
    *Please apply and test online at National Testing Network. Testing may be scheduled at any National Testing Network location.
    *Applicants for Corrections Deputy are required to pass a video based scenario, reading section and report writing examination and pass a physical fitness test through National Testing Network.
    *Applicants must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on the video and reading sections of the written exam. Applicant must pass the report writing section and the physical Fitness test. The Physical Fitness Test includes: a mile and a half run, push-ups and sit-ups.
    *Based upon the results of the National Testing Network scores, applicants will be ranked and placed on a civil service employment register. Applicants who rank high on the civil service register will be selected to undergo a comprehensive pre-employment background investigation.
    *For additional information, please read the job announcement on the National Testing Network website.

    POSITION SUMMARY:
    GENERAL FUNCTION: This is work performed to provide care and custody of adult prisoners and to maintain order and discipline among the prisoners of the Pierce County Corrections and Detention Center, a maximum-security facility. Employees in this classification are responsible for the operation of the jail on a 24-hour, 7 day-a-week basis, and the direct and indirect supervision of inmates. For more information, please read and refer to the class description Corrections Deputy
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS TO APPLY:
    *High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate.
    *At least age twenty-one (21) at time of appOintment.
    *Valid Washington State driver's license at time of appointment and be able to provide proof of insurability.
    *Must be a United States citizen and ability to read and write the English language as required by RCW 41.14.1 00.
    *Ability to pass the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission physical fitness requirements.
    *Ability to successfully complete Pierce County Sheriff's Department background investigation.
    *Entrance to and successful completion of the Corrections Academy or Equivalency Academy is a condition of continuing as required by RCW 43.1 01.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the position. This classification has a variety of physical requirements of varying degrees based on numerous differing work circumstances. Required physical activities include walking, standing, sitting, digital dexterity, talking, hearing and seeing. A Corrections Deputy may be exposed to physically confrontive situations, personal danger and bio-hazardous materials. A Corrections Deputy will assist in emergency situations, and must maintain physical ability to deal with physical confrontive or combative situations including use of reasonable force up to and including deadly force. Required physical activities during those times are running, jumping, twisting, balancing, climbing, crawling, kneeling, bending, stooping, crouching, reaching, lifting, carrying, dragging, throwing, pushing/pulling both objects and people. A Corrections Deputy must be able to clearly distinguish and identify colors, safely drive a vehicle with unassisted vision, accurately discharge a firearm (either hand) with unassisted vision, clearly and successfully discriminate electronic, mechanical and human sounds and operate required equipment in a safe and lawful manner for the protection/safety of the public, inmates, of self and of other employees.
    Closes:
    3/27/2015
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  • General Labor - PepsiCo
    Employer:
    PepsiCo
    Cleans and prepares vending equipment for refurbishment and rebuilding as needed. Position prepares equipment surfaces for repainting, resurfacing or application of new decals/facings. Requires work on vending machines that weigh approximately 800-1200 pounds. Lifts, are used, but may be required to push, pull and move equipment as well as kneel and/or squat to work on equipment. Forklift experience helpful as well as general knowledge of hand and power tools.
    PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES
    *Perform various physical duties as assigned, including but not limited to sorting, stacking, cleaning, minor repair, and/or maintenance tasks
    *Collect accurate and complete equipment information
    *Remove old parts
    *Complete paperwork on job and maintain accurate maintenance records
    *Maintain all safety standards
    *Regular, reliable, predictable attendance

    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS
    *18 years or older
    *21 years or older if CDL required
    *Pass the drug test
    *Pass DOT physical and DOT road test (if applicable)
    *Pass the background checks
    *Valid CDL license (if required)
    *Follow DOT Regulations
    For immediate consideration, please go to www.pepsijobs.com
    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. PepsiCo is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities/Females/Disability/Protected Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
    Closes:
    3/12/2015
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  • Medical and Medical Support positions - United General Hospital
    Employer:
    United General Hospital
    Various positions available. Please visit the website at www.unitedgeneral.org for current job openings.
    Address:
    2000 Hospital Drive
    City:
    Sedro Woolley, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Part-time Computer, Math and English Tutors - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Provide individual and small group tutoring to students in the Tutoring Center at Bellingham Technical College (H-9). Assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills. Other assistance might include: reviewing in-class material, notes, and text; working on solutions to homework problems; preparing for upcoming tests. During non-tutoring times, students may be asked to help perform other clerical type duties in the Tutoring Center.

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

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

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

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

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

    QUALIFICATIONS: 18 years or older.

    TO APPLY you can download an application from our website, nwlinejatc.com, or call the office at, 503-253-8202, and ask to have one mailed to you.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Student COACH - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    The Student COACH Program is in its third year at BTC. This year we hope to have 12 coaches working on campus supporting student success and transition.

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

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

    TO APPLY: If you would like to recommend a student for a BTC COACH Program, contact Maryn Gunning at mgunning@btc.ctc.edu or Cherie Hollifield at chollifield@btc.ctc.edu
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Variety of positions - The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    Employer:
    The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    There are a variety of positions open with Skagit Valley Casino Resort. Please contact Kim for the most updated openings and to schedule an appointment to apply.
    Contact:
    Kim
    Phone:
    360-724-0190
    City:
    Bow, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Various - Washington State Dept of Labor & Industry
    Employer:
    Washington State Dept of Labor & Industry
    The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) is one of the most exciting places to work in Washington state. L&I has its central office in Tumwater, 60 miles south of Seattle in the south Puget Sound region. L&I also has 20 local offices across the state. We have an active tuition-reimbursement program for continuing education. We promote wellness at L&I, including free courses in relaxation techniques and an exercise track that runs around the perimeter of the building grounds. L&I is the leading agency for ergonomics and we have comprehensive tools for keeping our employees safe against work-related injuries.

    For a complete job listing, please visit http://lni.wa.gov/Main/FindAJob/#.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Watch Technician Customer Service Specialist - Momentum Watch
    Employer:
    Momentum Watch
    Watch Technician Customer Service Specialist
    No past experience repairing watches is needed, we will train you, but a love of watches is essential.

    We are a specialty manufacturer and distributor of high quality sports watches. Our company is built around a strong team of dedicated employees who enjoy coming to work each day and have all helped to build our reputation for great products, reasonable prices and unmatched customer service.

    What kind of person are we looking for to excel in this position?
    1. A steady hand and ability to work well with your hands.
    2. An eagerness to learn new things and take on new challenges.
    3. Upbeat positive attitude, a good telephone manner and a desire to interact with customers on the phone.
    4. An ability to assess current processes and find ways to increase productivity of that process.
    5. A superb attention to detail and the ability to multi-task and step in where the work needs to be done.
    6. The ability to effectively listen, take direction, and carry out tasks efficiently.

    E-mail resumes to jobs@momentumwatch.com
    Closes:
    3/3/2015
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  • Healthcare
  • Long-Term Care Advocate - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    REPORTS TO: Facility Program Director QUALIFICATIONS: Must be at least 18 years old and have a High School Diploma or equivalent. Prefer 1 year working with individuals with Developmental Disabilities and familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, Quicken and Outlook. Employees are expected to treat participants with respect and relate in a warm and caring manner, carry out housekeeping chores, teach and be responsible. Be organized and efficient, able to communicate effectively with participants, parents/guardians, co-workers, physicians and other entities associated with the facility. Must clearly speak, understand, and write in English. Duties include, but are not limited to purchasing, documentation, staff training, form development, and correspondence with government agencies, i.e. DSHS, Social Security, etc.
    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: (To be obtained as noted below.) 1. Negative 2-step T.B. test results (initiated w/in 3 days of employment) 2. First Aid and CPR certification (within 2 weeks of employment and prior to working with participants unsupervised) 3. Food Handler’s Card (within 2 weeks of employment and prior to preparing meals for participants) 4. Valid Washington State Driver’s license (upon hire) 5. Clear Driving Record (prior to transporting participants) 6. Residence phone or cell phone. 7. Reliable Transportation 8. HIV/HBV training (within 30 days of employment) 9. Health and Safety/Orientation training 10. 70-Hours of Core Basic and Population Specific Training (Must have all trainings within 120 days of hire and have Home Care Aide Certification prior to working with clients unsupervised and within 150 days of hire.) 11. A-R certificate/Nurse Core Training/Nurse Delegation training (prior to administering medications and only if not required to have HCA certification) 12. Mental Health Specialty Training (within 120 days of employment or prior to working with participants unsupervised) when applicable 13. Specialty Training (within 120 days of employment or prior to working with participants unsupervised) when applicable 14. Dementia Specialty Training (within 120 days of employment or prior to working with participants unsupervised.) when applicable 15. Initial Background Check within 1 day of hire and clear Fingerprint Based Background Check (initiated upon obtaining results from initial check – clear results prior to working with participants unsupervised) 16. Disclosure Statement (upon hire) 17.Negative Drug Test
    JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for assisting each participant with reaching his/her fullest potential spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically. Responsible for assisting each participant with his/her daily needs (Activities of Daily Living - ADLs).
    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 1.Provide participants with daily personal care, (e.g. bathing, toileting, etc.) and supervision to ensure their safety and well-being at all times. 2.Know, understand and regularly review each of the participants’ Plan of Care and Negotiated Care Plans prior to providing care. 3.Know, understand and regularly review Positive Behavior Support Plans. Understand when and how to document on. 4. Carry out all training programs and IISP goals as scheduled, document on all goals worked on and report any problems to designated Long-Term Care Advocate. 5.Read all information on boards in staff office, communication book (or staff memo book), check box for notes, and exchange pertinent information with staff during shift change. 6.Complete all documentation on assigned participants prior to leaving shift, i.e. double check to ensure medications have been signed off, BM and seizure logs, daily check-offs, account for all petty cash and enclose receipts for purchases made on behalf of clients by him/herself and other staff on shift, etc. 7. Support participants to complete ADLs as independently as possible. 8.Safeguard the confidentiality of participant records and information. (See confidentiality pledge) 9. Report unusual or emergent situations to the Program Director. 10. Support participants in accessing appropriate transportation if agency vehicles are not accessible, i.e. city bus, taxis, dial a ride, etc. 11.Support participants in accessing the community by referring to activity calendars while allowing flexibility for scheduled and non-scheduled outings. Assist participants to interact with community members (i.e. at banks, grocery stores, medical facilities, etc.), be professional and lead by example. 12. Participate in all designated in-service trainings and attend all staff meetings as directed by the facility Program Director. 13.Abide by and assist in enforcing the agency’s policies and procedures. 14. Assist and instruct participants in emergency evacuation procedures. 15. Follow Plan of Care/Negotiated Care Plan in regards to medication administration and document medications in accordance with policy. Review books to ensure all staff have signed and documented administered medications. 16.Counsel, advise and support participants according to the written policies and procedures of the program. 17.Establish and maintain positive communication and working relationships with participants and their guardians, family members, neighbors, visitors and staff from outside. 18.Document any unusual occurrences on incident report forms within 24 hours of the incident and place in IR box/folder for review by management. Emergent incidents should be reported immediately to the Program Director. (Death of a participant, abuse, hospitalization, injuries or illnesses requiring care beyond first aid, missing participants.) 19. Immediately report suspected or alleged abuse or neglect to Residential Care Services (Complaint Resolution Unit) and the Program Director. 20. Document hours worked on time sheets at the beginning and end of each shift and sign and turn them in to the Program Director by due date. Note: for group homes, staff must clock in and out on the time clock as well as document on time sheets. 21. Strive to offer participants support, guidance, and direction in carrying out their responsibilities, activities and decisions. 22. Set a warm, accepting environment conducive to learning. 23. Carry out basic household chores such as cooking, cleaning, doing laundry, etc. Observe house conditions regularly for cleanliness, working order and safety. 24. Make minor repairs on the facility or equipment and/or report maintenance issues to the Program Director. This includes maintenance issues involving client equipment such as wheelchairs, hoyer lifts, shower/bathing chairs, etc. 25.Help keep the facility and vehicles clean and organized, reporting any damage or problems that might require further attention to the Maintenance Staff (if applicable) and/or Program Director. 26. Staff will conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times. 27. Document meal changes on menus and perform weekly temperature checks for food (per Food Safety WAC, refrigerators, freezers, and water temps, etc. 28. Staff’s may be asked to do a wide variety of tasks/activities to maintain the facility and to maintain the health and safety of the participants. ADVOCATE RESPONSIBILITIES
    1.Advocates may be asked to assess participant skill levels, set up and facilitate IISP meetings, Care Plans/Negotiated Care Plans. IISP meetings must be planned at least one month ahead of due date. Advocates are also responsible for implementing participant goals within two weeks of the IISP meeting. 2. Develop, implement and/or revise PBS plans with the assistance and approval of the Program Coordinator and/or Program Director. 3. Maintain accurate data on all IISP goals and care plans. 4. Re-new release forms annually or as needed. Prepare forms for approval by the Program Director and either send forms to parents/guardians or have ready to sign at IISP meeting. ***Medication consents must be signed/renewed for all new or changed medication orders.*** 5. Ensure advocate check-offs are documented on daily/weekly/monthly and turned in to the Program Coordinator monthly. All tasks on check-offs must be complete. 6.Review the content of client books to ensure documentation has been completed by other staff. Follow-up on incomplete documentation, leave notes for staff and ensure documentation is completed. 7. Advocates who are designated clients with ETP’s must keep the Program Director informed of when ETP’s will expire. 8.Advocates may be asked to assist the Program Coordinator with training new staff. 9. Advocates will be responsible for scheduling participant doctor appointments (i.e. dental, physicals, psychiatric, and any other necessary medical appointments) and transporting/accompanying participants to appointments. Advocates will ensure all necessary documentation is obtained from the health care provider and is recorded in the participants’ medical binder. If an advocate is unable to attend a medical appointment with his/her participant, the advocate will work with the Program Coordinator to delegate this task to another staff. 10. Ensure scripts are obtained from health care providers and necessary information is on script (client name, date, medication, dosage, frequency, route, reason for medication, and stop date if applicable). If medication requires alteration to be administered, i.e. crushed, it also must be noted on the prescription. 11. Lead Staff/Advocates will be responsible for organizing shift tasks for all staff on that shift. He/she will lead the team and set a positive tone for the shift, prioritize tasks, and ensure all tasks are completed by end of shift. 12. Provide positive instruction to other staff on shift when care plans are not being followed correctly or when tasks need to be completed. 13.Responsible for the accounting and record keeping for their designated participants’ checking and savings accounts. This includes but is not limited to: Developing annual IFP’s for assigned participants. Procuring receipts for all purchases out of checking accounts and all receipts for petty cash. Verifying all purchases, ledgers, registers, etc. Notifying the Program Director of any changes in participant income, if the participant accounts cumulatively are less than one month’s participation or rent, or; if total in accounts come close to $1700.00. Ensuring SSI/SSA is direct deposited into the participants’ savings account and record deposit in savings register. Report total income (both earned and unearned) to CSO monthly. Report earned income to SSI/SSA monthly. 10. Will be designated as the “on-call” person on a rotating basis. Will be responsible for responding to emergencies or staffing issues that arise during his/her assigned week. Ensure on- call log is being documented. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOB 1. Lifting, transferring, and positioning clients. A)At times one- or two- person lifts are required. Participants may require transferring with the use of a Hoyer lift. See individual client care plans for procedures. B) In an emergency, staff will be expected to be able to move up to 100lbs. 2. Bending, scooping, and reaching. A)Assisting participants with physical therapy exercises. B)Dressing participants and changing Attends when necessary. C) Laundry, carrying supplies and putting supplies away. D) Al phases of house cleaning (mopping, vacuuming, picking up, dishes, washing windows, etc.) e) Minor repairs and maintenance (changing light bulbs, yard work, etc.) 3. Transportation: a) Assisting both wheelchair-bound and mobile participants in and out of the van if needed. B) Follow proper procedures for securing seat belt straps, safety straps and belts for wheelchairs.
    Hours:
    40 hours/week
    Contact:
    Brooklyn Alke
    Phone:
    3607149355 ext 103
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    3/13/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $11.75/hr
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  • Caregivers - Home Attendant Care
    Employer:
    Home Attendant Care
    There is a serious SHORTAGE OF CAREGIVERS and Home Attendant Care, Inc. is hiring now! If you have no experience, we can train you! If you have experience in caring for others, home care, CNA, NAR, care in Nursing Homes and Hospitals/Adult family homes, we have a job for you. We need applicants NOW of all ages, 18 to 80 years old. Varied backgrounds and economic levels, both women and men wanted. Reliable transportation necessary and work related mileage reimbursed.
    **HAC can pay for WA NAC training and certification!
    COMPETITIVE STARTING WAGES. Flexible hours to accommodate your needs. Part time, full time, 12 and 24 hour shifts available. Hiring now in Whatcom, Skagit, Island and San Juan counties.
    Bottom line, if you love to help others, have a positive caring attitude, are gentle by nature, trustworthy and nurturing, we want you!
    CALL Sharon at HAC TODAY...It may just change your life! Or go online now to download and fill out our job application; www.homeattendantcare.com, (click the 'employment' icon at the top of the web page) and email with your resume and contact information to Sharon; ssmith@homeattendantcare.com
    In Whatcom County;
    Home Attendant Care, Inc, 1316 King St, Suite 1, Bellingham
    360-734-3849
    In Skagit County;
    Home Attendant Care, Inc. 204 N Skagit St, Burlington
    360-755-1547
    Home Attendant Care: People You Trust caring for People You Love since 1983 WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AGENCY AND DO NOT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANY PERSON WHO SEEKS OUR SERVICES OR EMPLOYMENT WITH US.
    **Must work for HAC for at least 6 months after training and WA NAC certification
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
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  • Caregivers - Visiting Angels
    Employer:
    Visiting Angels
    Overnight and Daytime 12 hour shifts needed!

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

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

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

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

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

    Come fill out an application and meet with our HR Assistant anytime between 8:30 - 4:00 Monday through Friday. Feel free to give us a call at (360) 671-8388 if you have any questions. VISITING ANGELS IS LOCATED AT 4213 RURAL AVE, BELLINGHAM, WA 98226.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Certified C.N.A. - Columbia
    Employer:
    Columbia
    Certified C.N.A.'s needed for 31 bed Assisted Living Facility located in Bellingham. FT, PT and Float Positions available. Benefits after 90 days for FT employees. Required: Food Service Card, Two Step TB test, Criminal History Check. Pay is Competitive. Please call Selina at: 360-671-3631 to schedule an interview.
    Contact:
    Selina
    Phone:
    3606713631
    Closes:
    3/20/2015
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  • CNAs/NACs - Maxim Healthcare Services
    Employer:
    Maxim Healthcare Services
    Looking for CAN/NACs for Whatcom, Skagit, Island & Snohomish Counties
    • Active license with Washington Department of Health
    • Possess and maintain CPR certification
    • Reliable transportation

    TO APPLY: Go to www.maximnurses.com
    Phone:
    360-657-5137
    Address:
    3204 Smokey Point Dr Ste 202
    City:
    Arlington, WA
    Zip:
    98223
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Health Sciences Coordinator - Tacoma - Tacoma Community College
    Employer:
    Tacoma Community College
    Are you interested in joining a community dedicated to high-quality education and innovative programs that prepare students for success in the health sciences field? Tacoma Community College (TCC) is pleased to welcome applications for a Health Sciences Coordinator. This position serves as a representative to the Dean in matters relating to health sciences accreditation standards, clinical site coordination/liaison, and maintaining complete sciences admission processes and standards. If you’re passionate about guiding students to professional success, we’d love to hear from you.
    TCC is a comprehensive community college located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, just 35 miles south of Seattle. TCC is a diverse, creative and engaging institution - recognized nationally as an Achieving the Dream “Leader College” – and enrolls approximately 18,000 students annually (6,000 FTE). Located on a 150-acre site in west Tacoma. The Tacoma-Pierce County area, located on beautiful Puget Sound and framed by the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, offer residents and visitors a wealth of cultural and recreational opportunities.
    The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent education and experience; two (2) years of program management/development experience; and expertise with a variety of business management software.
    Full description, qualifications, and application information are available at http://www.tacomacc.edu/employment
    Contact:
    Christine Nicolai
    Phone:
    (253) 566-6043
    Address:
    6501 South 19th Street
    City:
    Tacoma
    Zip:
    98466
    Closes:
    2/25/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $50,000
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  • Long Term Care Staff: Asleep Overnight - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.
    We are hiring for Long-Term Care Staff with Asleep Overnight hours starting at $9.47 per hour. If awake hours are necessary while on shift and to perform the below job responsibilities, these hours are paid at $11.00 per hour. Position-related trainings are paid for and provided by Cascade Connections. Our progressive organization offers opportunities for growth and advancement!
    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    *Provide participants with daily personal care and supervision to ensure their safety and well-being at all times
    *Know, understand, and regularly review care and support plans and how to document accordingly
    *Stay informed of participants’ needs, as well as staff, and communicates effectively
    *Documentation completed accurately and thoroughly on assigned participants
    *Support participants to complete activities of daily living (ADL’s) as independently as possible
    *Maintain confidentiality of participant records and information to the highest degree
    *Assist and instruct participants in emergency evacuation procedures
    *Follow Plan of Care/Negotiated Care Plan in regards to medication administration and document medications in accordance with policy
    *Actively engage with participants and provide access to them to participate in community activities and events
    *Maintain participants’ living environment (household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.)
    *Abide by and understand agency policies and procedures
    *Establish and maintain positive communication and working relationships with participants and the people they interact with in all aspects of their life.
    *Document and notify management of unusual occurrences by completing incident forms within 24 hours
    *Immediately report evidence of abuse or witnessed neglect to appropriate agency and Program Director
    *Create a warm, accepting environment conducive to learning
    *Maintain company vehicles by keeping clean and organized and reporting damage or problems to Program Director
    Job Requirements include:
    *WA State driver license
    *Able to pass a criminal history background check
    *At least 18 years of age
    *Have obtained a high school diploma or GED
    *Pass a drug test to meet our drug-free workplace policy.
    Please download our Job Application located at the Cascade Connections site (http://cascadechristianservices.org/job-openings) and email to the contact indicated on this posting.
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
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  • Medical and Medical Support positions - United General Hospital
    Employer:
    United General Hospital
    Various positions available. Please visit the website at www.unitedgeneral.org for current job openings.
    Address:
    2000 Hospital Drive
    City:
    Sedro Woolley, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Medical/Medical Support Positions. - Whidbey General Hospital
    Employer:
    Whidbey General Hospital
    To view position descriptions, go to www.whidbeygen.org
    Contact:
    360-678-7613
    City:
    Coupeville, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Nursing Assistants - Alderwood Park
    Employer:
    Alderwood Park
    Looking for team players to join our awesome team!

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

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

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

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

    For More Information
    Register now and let employers come to you! Apply online at www.nursingjobs.us to connect with leading health care facilities and nursing agencies that can provide your next rewarding opportunity.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Personal Trainer - Bellingham Fitness
    Employer:
    Bellingham Fitness
    We offer:
    -The opportunity to earn the highest pay in the industry. We pay our trainers up to $50/hour of training.
    -Leading edge continuing education taught weekly in our club.
    -A positive, upbeat work environment and team atmosphere.

    To be considered, you must:
    Want a full time, long-term career as a Personal Trainer.
    Must be committed to top notch service and results to retain current clients.
    Coachable and wanting to learn
    Willing to prospect and generate new clients
    Maintain a healthful professional appearance
    High-energy, friendly, hard-working and reliable

    It is preferred if you have:
    A strong background in competitive sports

    Apply in person only M-F afternoon and hand application directly to Todd or Jason:
    Bellingham Fitness
    1730 N. State St.
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    www.BellinghamFitness.com
    Closes:
    2/27/2015
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  • Receptionist/Scheduler - Skagit Radiology
    Employer:
    Skagit Radiology
    OCCUPATION SUMMARY:
    This position greets patients and visitors, answers telephones, transfers calls and takes messages, registers patients in RIS, schedules patient appointments and requests payment from patient.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    1.Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and can identify each patient's requirements relative to his/her age-specific needs.
    2.Greets patients and visitors.
    3.Answer phones and takes messages or relays income calls.
    4.Schedules appointments.
    5.Makes reminder appointment phone calls to patients.
    6.Registers patient and inputs patient demographics into computer.
    7.Receives payment from patient and maintains and balances cash drawer.
    8.Keep track of office supplies needed and communicate with person ordering
    9.Performs some clerical duties such as filing, typing, opening and distributing mail. Readies patient letters, reports, and other correspondence from mammography reporting and tracking system.
    10. Maintains work area and lobby in neat and orderly manner.
    11.Attends meetings as required.

    MARGINAL FUNCTIONS:
    1.Possesses knowledge of Continuous Quality Improvement principles.
    2.Must have demonstrated ability to interact positively with Supervisors, peers, co-workers, subordinates, patients and visitors.
    3.Must meet regular attendance standards and must stay at or below average sick leave utilization levels.
    4.Other duties as assigned.

    SPECIFICATIONS:
    1.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
    *Knowledge of medical terminology
    *Knowledge of healthcare insurance procedures.
    *Strong organizational, interpersonal communication skills and ability to solve problems required
    *Proficient in Microsoft Office applications
    *Possess ability to work independently, with a minimum of supervision
    *Ability to apply written guidelines and standardized work practices; identify problems; communicate clearly.
    2.Training and Education usually associated with this occupation:
    *High School diploma and previous experience with hospital/clinic billing.
    *Previous experience in a busy physician practice preferred
    *Previous Medical records experience a plus.

    3.Typical Physical Demands:
    *Requires full range and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination for operation of all department equipment.
    *Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.

    4.Typical Working Conditions:
    *Primarily sedentary work: Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.
    *Operate a variety of computers, telephones and related equipment including personal computers, printers, interfacing hardware, and software packages

    To apply, find the application online at www.skagitradiology.com
    Closes:
    3/2/2015
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  • Variety Health Care - Providence Health & Services - Washington & Montana
    Employer:
    Providence Health & Services - Washington & Montana
    Providence Health & Services has over 1,000 open positions; Including Registered Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists, Radiology Techs, Pharmacists and more.

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

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

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

    JOIN THE MISSION!!!
    If this sounds like an organization that fits you, please contact us today at Jobs@providence.org or 1-866-Prov-Job. To expedite the process, please let us know your top 2 location preferences.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Industrial Technology
  • Assistant Port Engineer - Allen Marine Tours Inc. - Ketchikan
    Employer:
    Allen Marine Tours Inc. - Ketchikan
    Under the direction of Port Engineer, this position is responsible for performing regular scheduled maintenance duties on all day tour vessels including assisting Captains with oil changes; for assisting Port Engineer with mechanical repairs; and for keeping all parts, filters, and equipment areas on dock stocked, organized and neat. Duties/Responsibilities *Perform engine oil changes on a fleet of four tour vessels. *Be able to work unsupervised. *Work safely in a fast-paced environment. *Be able to communicate effectively with a small team of fellow employees. *Assist in monitoring of maintenance inventory (i.e. lube oil, filters, tools, etc.). *Communicate problems to Port Engineer. *Keep dock and shop areas clean, safe and free from hazards to maintain a safe working environment. *Be flexible in prioritizing daily work activities. *Maintain personal appearance as per the employee manual. *Other duties as assigned. Qualifications/Experience *Must possess current Drivers’ license and have record with no recent violations. *Applicant should be able to pick up at least 50 pounds in line of duties. *Be comfortable working around diesel engines. *Posses some experience with mechanic’s tools. *Must be self-motivated and be able to work unsupervised. *Must be able to work varied shifts, some weekends and some holidays. * Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required). *Must be able to work from mid April to the end of September with little or no interruption. Pay DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who complete their contract in good standing.
    Contact:
    Eric
    Phone:
    877.686.8100
    City:
    Ketchikan
    Closes:
    3/24/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
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  • Boat Outfitters - Workskiff
    Employer:
    Workskiff
    About our company:
    We’re a family here at Workskiff. We are a small boat manufacturing business, building aluminum custom workboats ranging from 17’-31’. We have made boats for several different companies within the United States and outside of the country. We also have built for the Coast Guard and the Navy.

    Description of the Job:
    Looking to hire 2-3 entry level boat outfitters. We will train you on site. Job starting at $14 per hour and can be discussed for raise depending on experience.

    Requirements:
    *Mechanically inclined
    *Good work ethic
    *Physically fit
    *Good hygiene and interpersonal skills
    *Marine electrical experience is a plus but not a requirement
    Check out our website for more information on our company! Workskiff.com
    Please send in resumes to taylor@workskiff.com with an email or phone number so we can contact you. Or you can also bring in and drop off a resume personally.
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
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  • Energy Production Temporary Worker - Puget Sound Energy
    Employer:
    Puget Sound Energy
    At Puget Sound Energy (PSE) we have a long tradition of service, and an exciting and innovative future ahead!
    Consider PSE for the next step in your career.

    Energy Production Temporary Worker #7635
    Concrete, WA
    Puget Sound Energy is seeking applicants to fill two Energy Production Temporary Workers for our Energy Production department and with the Fisheries program at the Baker River Hydroelectric facility in Concrete, WA.
    These roles work under the direction and/or supervision of a technician or lead. Duties include performing general work as assigned to buildings and grounds necessary to the various sites. Perform similar and incidental duties as required. There will be opportunities to assist the operation of the fisheries program at the Baker River Project. Duties include operation of juvenile fish passage facilities, fish culture operations, general maintenance and other duties as assigned.

    The duties and responsibilities are generally performed in both indoor and outdoor environments. The position involves sitting, standing, walking, moderate to heavy lifting, moderate carrying, bending, reaching, kneeling, twisting, balancing and climbing, operation of small motorized equipment and hand tools.

    Performance of the position requires working in a varied indoor and outdoor environments such as all weather conditions, all noise levels, hazardous conditions and on the full range of outdoor work surfaces. The use of personal protective devices and safety equipment is required. May require driving company vehicles and equipment. Position may also perform painting.

    This is an excellent opportunity to play an integral role within PSE to help us better serve the environment, our customers and the communities in which they live. PSE provides an environment where all employees are valued, respected and provided with the opportunity to achieve maximum performance. Gain the energy to do great things through a career with Puget Sound Energy!!

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    *Applicant must be 18 years of age.
    *Have the ability to follow written and verbal instructions.
    *Must possess a valid driver’s license.
    *Must be able to operate small-motorized equipment (lawnmower, weed-whacker, pressure washer, etc) and hand tools.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
    *This is an IBEW Represented position and the successful candidate will become a member of the IBEW.
    *Wage is $15.27 per hour as determined by union scale.
    *This is a temporary assignment with no benefits. Your employment will end once the duration of this project has concluded.
    PSE is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We encourage persons of diverse backgrounds to apply.
    Should you have a disability that requires assistance and/or reasonable accommodation with the job application process, please contact the Human Resources Staffing department at jobs@pse.com or 425-462-3017.
    Please apply online at http://www.PSE.com/careers
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
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  • Facilities Tech - Instrumentation - Gresham - Microchip Technology
    Employer:
    Microchip Technology
    Microchip Technology has an opportunity at our Gresham Fab 4 facility in the Site Services department on the Compressed Back Night shift for an Instrumentation and Controls Technician II with an overall general knowledge of facilities plant operations and maintenance.
    Essential Functions: * Ensures operation of facilities controls systems, buildings and equipment within cleanroom quality parameters and water discharge permit limitations. *Proficient in performing preventative maintenance, calibration, troubleshooting and repair of instrumentation and control systems. *Responds to site life safety and control system alarms. *Provide support with instrumentation configuration and programming, and maintain associated written documents and reports. *Provide timely response and follow-up to all correspondence; maintaining open lines of communication with team members, engineering and management. *Provide suggestions for improvement to operations and maintenance activities to enhance system performance, consistency, efficiency and cost effectiveness. *Assist supervisors in identifying training requirements and safety procedures in assigned areas. *Perform additional duties as assigned, assisting other trades as required. Required Skills: *Team player. Ability to work with shift members customers to identify and solve controls related issues. *Knowledge of electronic, pneumatic, and computer automation control systems. *Process control loop calibration and troubleshooting skills. *Knowledge of pH, resistivity, conductivity, flow, temperature, humidity, pressure and level transmitters. *Familiarity with GE Fanuc 90/30, Allen Bradley SLC500 and Series 5 PLC’s and GE Cimplicity HMI a plus. *Ability to work on projects with little or no direction, identifying what needs to be done and executing work in a timely fashion. *Must work well with others and cover shifts as needed. *Must possess excellent troubleshooting and problem solving abilities
    Minimum Qualifications: *2 year degree or equivalent with 2+ years of experience with industrial facility operation and maintenance. *Good knowledge of plant systems and cleanroom operations. *Computer knowledge including Microsoft Office, preventative maintenance software and automated building control systems. *Must become an ERT (Emergency Response Team) member. Must be able to pass ERT physical.
    Critical Physical Requirements: Able to lift, push, pull approx. 50 lbs; carry 50 lbs; sit 5%; stand 60%; walk 35%; must be able to perform activities that include climbing, bending at waist, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, crawling, handling, feeling, hearing, talking, seeing. Work environment could include slippery surfaces, noise or vibrations, mechanical hazards, electrical hazards, fumes or odors, dust or gases. Must have manual dexterity, hearing and visual acuity (color distinction, peripheral vision and depth perception).
    Apply on microchip.com/jobs and reference job code G157-14.
    Microchip Technology is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer!
    Contact:
    Christopher Ohman
    Phone:
    503.669.6091
    Address:
    21015 SE Stark Street
    City:
    Gresham
    Zip:
    97030
    Closes:
    3/24/2015
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  • Industrial Construction Positions - Tradesmen International
    Employer:
    Tradesmen International
    As a construction labor support company, Tradesmen International is able to put people to work, and while they are working, we are working to find the next project for them. We offer benefits to employees that reach 300 hours and maintain 32 hours a week. We have field reps dealing daily with contractors from Bellingham to Chehalis for a wide variety of specialized Craftsmen.

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

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

    To apply: Email your resume and cover letter to joni.swillie@tradesmeninternational.com. Please indicate that you are applying from the BTC online job bulletin board.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Instrument Technician, Bracket IB - R & B Foods - Stockton, CA (formerly Unilever)
    Employer:
    R & B Foods - Stockton, CA (formerly Unilever)
    Our Company is now accepting job bids from qualified employees for Instrument Technician, Bracket IB.
    Duties: Responsible for the effective operation of electrical and electronic, hydraulic, pneumatic instruments, gauges or controls used in the processing of the product.
    * Install, adjust, maintain, repair and overhaul instruments and related equipment. * Recognize and correct potential instrument failures. * Test, time and calibrate instruments and related equipment for efficient performance. * Keep maintenance records on instruments. * Read blueprints, charts, sketches and operating instructions and proceed accordingly. * Obtain and maintain an adequate supply of instrument repair parts. * Tune and troubleshoot PIDs. * Install and troubleshoot control network in the plant. * Monitor and troubleshoot process with PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers) and DCS (Distributed Control Systems).
    If qualified and interested to be considered for this position, sign up at the Human Resource Department no later than.
    Contact:
    Mitch Karass
    Phone:
    209 467 2292
    City:
    Stockton, CA
    Closes:
    3/18/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $26.26 hr
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  • Journeyman Machinist/Horizontal Boring Mill - Team Corporation
    Employer:
    Team Corporation
    Team Corporation is a recognized world leader in the manufacture of a wide range of vibration testing equipment. Team is a local company with complete in house design, engineering and manufacturing departments capable of meeting each customer’s specific vibration testing equipment requirements. This position requires an individual with 10 years of machine shop experience with a strong background in conventional horizontal boring mills. Qualified applicants must be capable of: * Reading and understanding job orders, blueprints, verbal and written instructions. *Operation of various size horizontal boring mills. *Set-up mills including tool selection, material holding, tool installation and adjustment
    To apply: www.teamcorporation.com
    Contact:
    Sherry Berry
    City:
    Burlington
    Zip:
    98233
    Closes:
    3/20/2015
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  • Journeyman Machinist/Horizontal Boring Mill - Team Corporation
    Employer:
    Team Corporation
    Team Corporation Manufacturer of Vibration Test Equipment needs the following position filled: Journeyman Machinist/Horizontal Boring Mill Team Corporation is a recognized world leader in the manufacture of a wide range of vibration testing equipment. Team is a local company with complete in house design, engineering and manufacturing departments capable of meeting each customer’s specific vibration testing equipment requirements. This position requires an individual with 10 years of machine shop experience with a strong background in conventional horizontal boring mills. Qualified applicants must be capable of: * Reading and understanding job orders, blueprints, verbal and written instructions. *Operation of various size horizontal boring mills. * Set-up mills including tool selection, material holding, tool installation and adjustment. *Capable of lifting up to 50 pounds. * Capable of working on large pieces and holding required tolerances. *Loading stock on and correct positioning on the machine. * Able to hold tight tolerance to .0005”. *Sharpening and grinding of tooling. * Safe shop practices in material handling using overhead and jib cranes. *Capable of working in close cooperation with others in the shop
    Compensation: DOE Applications available to download at www.teamcorporation.com Email application to hr@teamcorporation.com or fax to 360-757-4401, or phone 360-757-8601 or mail application to: Team Corporation 11591 Watertank Rd. Burlington, WA 98233 You must reference the job title you are applying for on your application. Minority applicants are encouraged to apply (an application or resume that does not state the position you are applying for will not be considered). Equal opportunity/affirmative, action employer, minorities, females, people with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. TEAM CORPORATION SHALL ABIDE BY THE REQUIREMENTS OF 41 CFR 60-300.5(A). THIS REGULATION PROHIBITS DISCRIMINATION AGAINST QUALIFIED PROTECTED VETERANS, AND REQUIRES AFFIRMATIVE ACTION BY COVERED PRIME CONTRACTORS AND SUBCONTRACTORS TO EMPLOY AND ADVANCE IN EMPLOYMENT QUALIFIED PROTECTED VETERANS.”
    Phone:
    360-757-8601
    Address:
    11591 Watertank Rd.
    City:
    Burlington
    Zip:
    98233
    Closes:
    3/19/2015
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  • Machinists & Other Positions - AMT
    Employer:
    AMT
    Looking for a career in Aerospace? Senior Aerospace AMT is looking for qualified candidates to come join our team. AMT offers health benefits, 401K, Sick Pay, Vacation, Holiday Pay, On‐Site Gym, Wellness Program, Incentive Programs and much more!

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

    TO APPLY: Applicants can apply via our website www.amtnw.com.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • On Site service Technician - Blaine Wa - Airgas
    Employer:
    Airgas
    Apply online: https://airgas.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=02709
    JOB SUMMARY: The primary function of the On-site Service Technician is to assist the client in maintaining client owned safety equipment. The On-site Service Technician will been trained to calibrate equipment, Bench Test Air Systems, Inspect Fall protection, and Fire Extinguishers; verifying equipment offered is in proper working condition. It may also to track inventory, place restocking orders, and handle out of service orders in a timely manner.
    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (May include some or all of these tasks) * Inspect and maintain safety equipment supplied to the project * Develop and maintain a good a working relationship with the client * Must have monitor technology knowledge * Perform gas monitor calibration * Maintain breathing air system * Perform drug screening functions * Day to day repair, cleaning and maintenance of Customer owned Equipment * Maintain clean and neat office and work areas * Calibrate and repairing monitors in-house and onsite at different locations for client * Inspect and bench testing air packs-SCBA * Inspect and bench testing Egress Systems * Inspect and cleaning task specific garments * Inspect and cleaning Fresh Air masks * Replenish Safety machines at Customer location (and offsite client locations) * Perform monthly inspection on Fire Extinguishers * Perform airline quarterly inspections * Possess the ability to adapt to an ever changing environment * Inventory tracking * Generate reports as requested by the client * Maintain database records * Other duties as assigned * Complete daily, weekly, monthly inspection reports
    QUALIFICATIONS: Education and/or Experience: * High school diploma or equivalent (Associates Degree Preferred) * Minimum of 2 years in the petrochemical industry * Successful completion of training and certification courses; provided by Airgas On-Site Safety * Working understanding of Fall Protection, SCBA, Egress, Instrumentation, and Fire Equipment * Background verification and drug testing required. * Have a current RSO (Refinery Safety Overview) card
    SKILLS & ABILITIES: Employee development programs can include the following basics: * Basic operation and maintenance of breathing air compressors * Confined Space training * Fire Watch training * Gas monitor calibration * CPR & First Aid Training * DOT HM 126/181 Training * Respirator field level maintenance training * Fall Protection Inspection Certification * Fire Extinguisher Inspection Certification * Level III SCBA Certification
    Required Skills & Abilities *Understand and respond to written and oral instructions * Communicate effectively orally and in writing * Be able to operate a two-way radio and cell phone * Contribute to a positive work environment * Follow directions from supervisor * Maintain professional behavior in the workplace * Possess a sense of urgency * Must be proficient in MS office Word/Excel/PowerPoint and MS Outlook * Must be able to perform well as a team player on a diverse team * Perform Independently with minimal supervision * Valid driver’s license and good driving record * Ability to work on a team * Demonstrate good customer service skills
    PHYSICAL DEMANDS: * Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
    WORK ENVIRONMENT: * Willing to be on 24 hour call * Willing to work 12 hour shifts for extended periods of time * Must be able to respond to emergency situations at a moment’s notice
    We offer a competitive salary, outstanding benefits including medical/dental, life & disability, and 401(k) plan with match and Employee Stock Purchase Plan.
    EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race", color", religion", national origin", sex", protected veteran status or disability.
    Hours:
    40 hours a week
    Contact:
    Omar Meija
    Closes:
    3/13/2015
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  • Operations Technician - Williams - Pocatello, Idaho District (Burley, Idaho work area)
    Employer:
    Williams - Pocatello, Idaho District (Burley, Idaho work area)
    Williams has a technician opportunity in Pocatello, Idaho
    Submit resumes on the Williams website: http://co.williams.com/williams/careers/
    Company Overview Annual salary could be Williams is a premier developer and operator of energy infrastructure in North America. Our Organization is seeking a highly skilled Operation Technician to be part of the Pocatello District and work in our Burley work area. As an Operation Technician at Williams, the successful candidate will be responsible for troubleshooting, operating and maintaining equipment such as gas measurement metering equipment, maintenance for high pressure gas pipelines, mechanical and electrical maintenance of turbine engines and compressors, gas/air pneumatic and electronic controls, and compressor and meter station control systems.
    Responsibilities: *Safety is the utmost priority and a demonstrated minimum requirement. *Provide expertise in operating and maintaining all the equipment. This equipment includes: Engines, Compressors, Motors, Pumps, Electrical and Control Equipment, Valves, Measurement and Regulation equipment. *Maintain and operate high pressure gas pipeline and delivery meters *Responsible for the repair-rebuild of valves and regulators *Complete maintenance records, service reports and other required documents *Perform core pipeline maintenance tasks including but not limited to inspections and encroachments *Willingness to be available for emergency call out rotation *Focus on customer and stakeholder satisfaction *Ability to work in a team environment and well with others *Be a self-starter and willing to work alone at times
    Qualifications Basic/Required: *Possess a high school diploma or equivalent *Have basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Application and PC skills *Ability to troubleshoot and problem solve *Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills *Be able to stand, walk, climb, bend, stoop, and squat for long periods of time *Willingness to accurately operate 4X4 vehicles *Willing to work in extremely hot and cold temperatures and enclosed spaces *Be able to carry and lift items that can weigh 50lbs or more *Be able to read and understand standard P&ID’s.
    Qualifations Preferred: *Possess an Associates’ degree in Instrumentation, Control Technology, or Electronics *Experience and knowledge of turbine engines *Experience with gas measurement
    Hours:
    40 hrs + OT
    Contact:
    Diane Romney
    Phone:
    8015847156
    Closes:
    3/13/2015
    Pay Rate:
    50,700 ann
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  • Outside Construction Lineman - NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Employer:
    NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Journeymen linemen build and maintain electrical power systems. They do all the work from the point of generation (power plants) all the way to the customer's meter. The lines may be on overhead structures (up to 500’ plus) or in underground vaults and trenches in rural and metropolitan areas. Linemen also do work on traffic signals and street lights. The work is physically demanding, on all kinds of terrain and weather conditions from freezing blizzard conditions to temperatures over 100 degrees. Climbing electrical towers and poles during all seasons and weather is required to get the job done. At times power lines fail or become inoperable due to bad weather and storms, this is when the outside electrical industry performs critical duties

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

    TO APPLY you can download an application from our website, nwlinejatc.com, or call the office at, 503-253-8202, and ask to have one mailed to you.
    Address:
    9817 NE 54th Street, Suite 101
    City:
    Vancouver WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Precast Concrete Estimator - Cascade Concrete
    Employer:
    Cascade Concrete
    Estimator Job Responsibilities:
    Prepares cost estimates by analyzing proposals and requirements

    Estimator Job Duties:
    Prepares work to be estimated by gathering proposals, blueprints, specifications and related documents from publications, plan centers and inquiries.
    Computes costs by analyzing labor, material and time requirements.

    Estimator Skills and Qualifications:
    Analyzing information, estimating, planning, reporting research results, ability to read blueprints, attention to detail

    Location: Burlington WA
    Salary: $14-15 per hour Contact: Fax qualifications to 757-2955
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
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  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

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

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

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

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Variety of Positions - BNSF Railways
    Employer:
    BNSF Railways
    BNSF Railways has a variety of positions currently open. Follow the links to full position descriptions

    https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=18348&company=BNSF&username=

    https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=18676&company=BNSF&username=

    https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=18677&company=BNSF&username=
    Closes:
    5/20/2015
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  • Various - Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Employer:
    Washington Department of Natural Resources
    Join something great. Join DNR. We protect Washington’s forests, fields, and waterways for habitat and industry. We also develop renewable energy and build outdoor recreational access around Washington State.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    In accordance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (AD), the Whatcom Volunteer Center will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs or activities.
    Contact:
    info@whatcomvolunteer.org
    Phone:
    360-734-3055
    Address:
    301 W Holly St, M-06
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
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  • Long-Term Care Advocate - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    REPORTS TO: Facility Program Director QUALIFICATIONS: Must be at least 18 years old and have a High School Diploma or equivalent. Prefer 1 year working with individuals with Developmental Disabilities and familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, Quicken and Outlook. Employees are expected to treat participants with respect and relate in a warm and caring manner, carry out housekeeping chores, teach and be responsible. Be organized and efficient, able to communicate effectively with participants, parents/guardians, co-workers, physicians and other entities associated with the facility. Must clearly speak, understand, and write in English. Duties include, but are not limited to purchasing, documentation, staff training, form development, and correspondence with government agencies, i.e. DSHS, Social Security, etc.
    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: (To be obtained as noted below.) 1. Negative 2-step T.B. test results (initiated w/in 3 days of employment) 2. First Aid and CPR certification (within 2 weeks of employment and prior to working with participants unsupervised) 3. Food Handler’s Card (within 2 weeks of employment and prior to preparing meals for participants) 4. Valid Washington State Driver’s license (upon hire) 5. Clear Driving Record (prior to transporting participants) 6. Residence phone or cell phone. 7. Reliable Transportation 8. HIV/HBV training (within 30 days of employment) 9. Health and Safety/Orientation training 10. 70-Hours of Core Basic and Population Specific Training (Must have all trainings within 120 days of hire and have Home Care Aide Certification prior to working with clients unsupervised and within 150 days of hire.) 11. A-R certificate/Nurse Core Training/Nurse Delegation training (prior to administering medications and only if not required to have HCA certification) 12. Mental Health Specialty Training (within 120 days of employment or prior to working with participants unsupervised) when applicable 13. Specialty Training (within 120 days of employment or prior to working with participants unsupervised) when applicable 14. Dementia Specialty Training (within 120 days of employment or prior to working with participants unsupervised.) when applicable 15. Initial Background Check within 1 day of hire and clear Fingerprint Based Background Check (initiated upon obtaining results from initial check – clear results prior to working with participants unsupervised) 16. Disclosure Statement (upon hire) 17.Negative Drug Test
    JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for assisting each participant with reaching his/her fullest potential spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically. Responsible for assisting each participant with his/her daily needs (Activities of Daily Living - ADLs).
    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 1.Provide participants with daily personal care, (e.g. bathing, toileting, etc.) and supervision to ensure their safety and well-being at all times. 2.Know, understand and regularly review each of the participants’ Plan of Care and Negotiated Care Plans prior to providing care. 3.Know, understand and regularly review Positive Behavior Support Plans. Understand when and how to document on. 4. Carry out all training programs and IISP goals as scheduled, document on all goals worked on and report any problems to designated Long-Term Care Advocate. 5.Read all information on boards in staff office, communication book (or staff memo book), check box for notes, and exchange pertinent information with staff during shift change. 6.Complete all documentation on assigned participants prior to leaving shift, i.e. double check to ensure medications have been signed off, BM and seizure logs, daily check-offs, account for all petty cash and enclose receipts for purchases made on behalf of clients by him/herself and other staff on shift, etc. 7. Support participants to complete ADLs as independently as possible. 8.Safeguard the confidentiality of participant records and information. (See confidentiality pledge) 9. Report unusual or emergent situations to the Program Director. 10. Support participants in accessing appropriate transportation if agency vehicles are not accessible, i.e. city bus, taxis, dial a ride, etc. 11.Support participants in accessing the community by referring to activity calendars while allowing flexibility for scheduled and non-scheduled outings. Assist participants to interact with community members (i.e. at banks, grocery stores, medical facilities, etc.), be professional and lead by example. 12. Participate in all designated in-service trainings and attend all staff meetings as directed by the facility Program Director. 13.Abide by and assist in enforcing the agency’s policies and procedures. 14. Assist and instruct participants in emergency evacuation procedures. 15. Follow Plan of Care/Negotiated Care Plan in regards to medication administration and document medications in accordance with policy. Review books to ensure all staff have signed and documented administered medications. 16.Counsel, advise and support participants according to the written policies and procedures of the program. 17.Establish and maintain positive communication and working relationships with participants and their guardians, family members, neighbors, visitors and staff from outside. 18.Document any unusual occurrences on incident report forms within 24 hours of the incident and place in IR box/folder for review by management. Emergent incidents should be reported immediately to the Program Director. (Death of a participant, abuse, hospitalization, injuries or illnesses requiring care beyond first aid, missing participants.) 19. Immediately report suspected or alleged abuse or neglect to Residential Care Services (Complaint Resolution Unit) and the Program Director. 20. Document hours worked on time sheets at the beginning and end of each shift and sign and turn them in to the Program Director by due date. Note: for group homes, staff must clock in and out on the time clock as well as document on time sheets. 21. Strive to offer participants support, guidance, and direction in carrying out their responsibilities, activities and decisions. 22. Set a warm, accepting environment conducive to learning. 23. Carry out basic household chores such as cooking, cleaning, doing laundry, etc. Observe house conditions regularly for cleanliness, working order and safety. 24. Make minor repairs on the facility or equipment and/or report maintenance issues to the Program Director. This includes maintenance issues involving client equipment such as wheelchairs, hoyer lifts, shower/bathing chairs, etc. 25.Help keep the facility and vehicles clean and organized, reporting any damage or problems that might require further attention to the Maintenance Staff (if applicable) and/or Program Director. 26. Staff will conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times. 27. Document meal changes on menus and perform weekly temperature checks for food (per Food Safety WAC, refrigerators, freezers, and water temps, etc. 28. Staff’s may be asked to do a wide variety of tasks/activities to maintain the facility and to maintain the health and safety of the participants. ADVOCATE RESPONSIBILITIES
    1.Advocates may be asked to assess participant skill levels, set up and facilitate IISP meetings, Care Plans/Negotiated Care Plans. IISP meetings must be planned at least one month ahead of due date. Advocates are also responsible for implementing participant goals within two weeks of the IISP meeting. 2. Develop, implement and/or revise PBS plans with the assistance and approval of the Program Coordinator and/or Program Director. 3. Maintain accurate data on all IISP goals and care plans. 4. Re-new release forms annually or as needed. Prepare forms for approval by the Program Director and either send forms to parents/guardians or have ready to sign at IISP meeting. ***Medication consents must be signed/renewed for all new or changed medication orders.*** 5. Ensure advocate check-offs are documented on daily/weekly/monthly and turned in to the Program Coordinator monthly. All tasks on check-offs must be complete. 6.Review the content of client books to ensure documentation has been completed by other staff. Follow-up on incomplete documentation, leave notes for staff and ensure documentation is completed. 7. Advocates who are designated clients with ETP’s must keep the Program Director informed of when ETP’s will expire. 8.Advocates may be asked to assist the Program Coordinator with training new staff. 9. Advocates will be responsible for scheduling participant doctor appointments (i.e. dental, physicals, psychiatric, and any other necessary medical appointments) and transporting/accompanying participants to appointments. Advocates will ensure all necessary documentation is obtained from the health care provider and is recorded in the participants’ medical binder. If an advocate is unable to attend a medical appointment with his/her participant, the advocate will work with the Program Coordinator to delegate this task to another staff. 10. Ensure scripts are obtained from health care providers and necessary information is on script (client name, date, medication, dosage, frequency, route, reason for medication, and stop date if applicable). If medication requires alteration to be administered, i.e. crushed, it also must be noted on the prescription. 11. Lead Staff/Advocates will be responsible for organizing shift tasks for all staff on that shift. He/she will lead the team and set a positive tone for the shift, prioritize tasks, and ensure all tasks are completed by end of shift. 12. Provide positive instruction to other staff on shift when care plans are not being followed correctly or when tasks need to be completed. 13.Responsible for the accounting and record keeping for their designated participants’ checking and savings accounts. This includes but is not limited to: Developing annual IFP’s for assigned participants. Procuring receipts for all purchases out of checking accounts and all receipts for petty cash. Verifying all purchases, ledgers, registers, etc. Notifying the Program Director of any changes in participant income, if the participant accounts cumulatively are less than one month’s participation or rent, or; if total in accounts come close to $1700.00. Ensuring SSI/SSA is direct deposited into the participants’ savings account and record deposit in savings register. Report total income (both earned and unearned) to CSO monthly. Report earned income to SSI/SSA monthly. 10. Will be designated as the “on-call” person on a rotating basis. Will be responsible for responding to emergencies or staffing issues that arise during his/her assigned week. Ensure on- call log is being documented. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOB 1. Lifting, transferring, and positioning clients. A)At times one- or two- person lifts are required. Participants may require transferring with the use of a Hoyer lift. See individual client care plans for procedures. B) In an emergency, staff will be expected to be able to move up to 100lbs. 2. Bending, scooping, and reaching. A)Assisting participants with physical therapy exercises. B)Dressing participants and changing Attends when necessary. C) Laundry, carrying supplies and putting supplies away. D) Al phases of house cleaning (mopping, vacuuming, picking up, dishes, washing windows, etc.) e) Minor repairs and maintenance (changing light bulbs, yard work, etc.) 3. Transportation: a) Assisting both wheelchair-bound and mobile participants in and out of the van if needed. B) Follow proper procedures for securing seat belt straps, safety straps and belts for wheelchairs.
    Hours:
    40 hours/week
    Contact:
    Brooklyn Alke
    Phone:
    3607149355 ext 103
    City:
    Lynden
    Closes:
    3/13/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $11.75/hr
  • 7th/8th Grade Head Coach and 7th/8th Grade Assistant Coach - North County Lacrosse
    Employer:
    North County Lacrosse
    *Company - North County Lacrosse
    *Job title - 7th/8th Grade Head Coach and 7th/8th Grade Assistant Coach
    *Qualifications - Must have playing/or coaching experience in lacrosse or significant coaching experience in another sport. Applicants will be required to pass a national background check.
    *How to apply - Email northcountylacrosse@outlook.com for an application
    *Closing date - Until Filled
    North County Lacrosse is looking for candidates for boys lacrosse coaching positions throughout the program including the 7/8 Head Coach. Practices start at the end of February and go through the end of May. Practices are 4 times a week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) in the early afternoon for about two hours.
    Closes:
    2/27/2015
  • Academic Tutor - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    Provide individual and small group tutoring to students in the Tutoring Center at Bellingham Technical College (H-9). Assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills. Other assistance might include: reviewing in-class material, notes, and text; working on solutions to homework problems; preparing for upcoming tests. During non-tutoring times, students may be asked to help perform other clerical type duties in the Tutoring Center.

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

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

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

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

    To apply: Fill out an application in the Tutoring Center, Building H, Room 9 at BTC. For questions, call 360-752-8499 or email tutoring@btc.ctc.edu. Employer: Bellingham Technical College
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Accounts Payable / Administrative Assistant - Birch Equipment
    Employer:
    Birch Equipment
    Perform basic clerical tasks related to the efficient maintenance and processing of accounts payable transactions. This position works hand in hand with corporate staff to help support organization and task flow.
    Duties & responsibilities include and are not limited to: *Match vendor invoices with purchase orders in PO system *Export invoice information from PO system into accounting system *Print, distribute and mail checks *Update and maintain vendor account files *Monthly order and distribution of office supplies *Administrative staff support for management and coworkers *General administrative errands and monthly reports *Special projects as necessary
    Job Requirements: *Proficient in Quickbooks *Proficient in Microsoft Office *Proficient in data entry *Ability to bend or kneel and work with arms raised for prolonged periods, ability to lift 50 pounds, stand, sit or drive for exteneded periods of time, willing to work in the elements *Drug free, ability to pass pre-employment drug test and random drug tests *High school diplome/GED *Valid WA state license in good standing
    Birch Equipment is an equal opportunity employer Benefits/Job Perks: *4-10 work weed *Competitive salary *OT opportunities *Competitive medical/dental/vision/AFLAC/FSA *Sales incentives *Extensive on the job paid training *Tremendous growth opportunities *401K with match *Great company parties
    Contact:
    Jessie
    Phone:
    360.734.5744 Ext. 107
    Closes:
    3/13/2015
  • Accounts Receivable Specialist - Altair Advanced Industries, a member of the Alpha Group
    Employer:
    Altair Advanced Industries, a member of the Alpha Group
    Altair Advanced Industries, a member of the Alpha Group, which provides world-class powering solutions, seeks an Accounts Receivable Specialist for its facility in Bellingham, WA. This position performs complex duties in accounts receivable. Requires HS Diploma or equiv., 4-6 yrs previous A/R exp. Must be detail oriented, strong organizational skills, excellent written and verbal communications skills and works well under pressure. Proficient in MS Office skills and SAP exp preferred.
    TO APPLY, E-mail resume to: opportunities@alpha.com or Fax resume to: 360-392-2148. No phone calls please! EOE. For more info visit our web site at www.alpha.com. Wage depends on skills/qualifications, Open until filled.
    Contact:
    opportunities@alpha.com
    Closes:
    3/19/2015
  • Assistant Cooks - Kamaji Summer Camp - Minnesota
    Employer:
    Kamaji Summer Camp - Minnesota
    WHAT IS KAMAJI?? Kamaji is a residential summer camp for girls located in Northern Minnesota – 220 miles, north of Minneapolis/St. Paul and 12 miles east of Bemidji, Minnesota. Each summer,150 girls (ages 7-14) and 80+ staff members come together to enjoy the magic of camping. Desired Qualifications *Training and experience in quality cooking * Ability to read menus, weights, and measures * Ability to work well with others * Ability to accept supervision * Desire and ability to work in camp setting * Good character, integrity, adaptability, and enthusiasm * Knowledge of standards of food preparation, serving, and kitchen procedures
    Responsible To Head Cook and/or Camp Directors CAMP GOALS General Responsibility Assist in the preparation of meals from menus for camp season Specific Responsibilities *Assist in preparing foods by performing any combination of the following tasks: < wash,="" peel,="" etc.,="" vegetables="">< boil,="" broil,="" roast,="" and/or="" bake="" meat="" egetables/desserts="">< weigh="" and="" measure="" foods="">< carry="" pans,="" pots,="" etc.="">< store="" food="">< clean="" utensils="" and="" area="">< distribute="" food="" and="" supplies="" *="" set="" up="" all="" trays="" for="" table="" setters="" *="" plan="" appropriate="" utensils="" and="" methods="" for="" serving="" each="" meal="" *="" put="" out="" sample="" setting="" of="" utensils,="" etc.="" for="" each="" meal,="" set="" utensils="" out="" for="" table="" setters="" *="" supervise="" table="" setters="" *="" clean="" up,="" put="" away,="" and="" appropriately="" label="" leftovers="" *="" fill="" sugar,="" salt/pepper="" containers="" as="" needed="" *="" fill="" condiments="" as="" needed,="" i.e.="" mustard,="" ketchup,="" etc.="" *="" stock="" coffee="" supplies="" *="" plan="" daily="" salad="" bar="" makings="" and="" dressings="" *="" serve="" up="" all="" platters/serving="" bowls,="" etc.="" for="" meal="" and="" refills="" *="" for="" barbeques,="" help="" set-up="" tables,="" serve="" food,="" and="" take="" down/clean-up="" *="" prepare="" sack="" lunches="" for="" bus="" trips="" *="" help="" trip="" leaders="" in="" packing="" food="" for="" trips="" *="" report="" any="" maintenance="" needs="" to="" maintenance="" staff="" *="" pre-camp="" and="" closing-camp="" kitchen="" clean-up="" *="" assist="" in="" any="" area="" of="" kitchen="" or="" dining="" room,="" as="" requested="" by="" head="" cook="" *="" help="" unload="" and="" store="" supplies="" upon="" delivery="" *="" help="" move="" supplies="" around="" the="" kitchen="" *="" these="" are="" not="" the="" only="" duties="" to="" be="" performed.="" some="" duties="" may="" be="" reassigned="" and="" other="" duties="" may="" be="" assigned="" as="" required.="">
    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS * Ability to communicate and work with people (different ages and backgrounds), including children *Able to lift/unload/move food and supplies; lift dishes to their storage location * Use kitchen equipment safely; operate electrical and mechanical equipment * Operate dishwasher while maintaining appropriate temperature; determine cleanliness of dishes, food contact surfaces, and kitchen area * Assess condition of food * Ambulatory ability to get around camp’s uneven terrain
    WHAT IS THE SUMMER EMPLOYMENT PERIOD?? Minimally all of staff are required to work the nine week contractual period beginning June 9th and ending on August 12th, 2015. WHAT IS THE SALARY?? The assistant cook salary is competitive based upon education and experience starting at $2100. There is also a travel stipend ranging from $200 - $400 in addition to room and board. Also, there is opportunity to start work earlier — in fact, as early as June 1st with additional salary remuneration on top of the nine week salary. WHERE DO THE SUPPORT STAFF LIVE?? Support staff live together in designated cabins and dormitory style buildings on camp property. By requiring all our staff to live on-site during the summer, a strong sense of staff comradery and friendship is developed and enhanced. WHAT ELSE SHOULD I KNOW?? We hire both male and female staff — so in spite of the fact that Camp Kamaji is a camp for girls, we do have a coed staff!! Too, given that Kamaji is a summer residential camp, not only do our 150 campers live at camp, our staff totaling 85 (9 of whom are kitchen staff members) also live and work at camp. HOW IS THE FOOD AT CAMP KAMAJI?? In a word, GREAT!! HOW DO I APPLY?? Simply go to Kamaji’s web site at www.kamaji.com — double-click on Staff Info page where you will find an on-line application. Please be sure to take the time to complete the 2015 New Staff Application in its entirety . . . and be sure to list former employers as well as references, listing each person’s complete contact info.
    QUESTIONS?? Call 218-556-1805 or email jason@kamaji.com.
    Hours:
    Summer
    Contact:
    Jason
    Phone:
    2185561805
    Closes:
    3/13/2015
  • Assistant Port Engineer - Allen Marine Tours Inc. - Ketchikan
    Employer:
    Allen Marine Tours Inc. - Ketchikan
    Under the direction of Port Engineer, this position is responsible for performing regular scheduled maintenance duties on all day tour vessels including assisting Captains with oil changes; for assisting Port Engineer with mechanical repairs; and for keeping all parts, filters, and equipment areas on dock stocked, organized and neat. Duties/Responsibilities *Perform engine oil changes on a fleet of four tour vessels. *Be able to work unsupervised. *Work safely in a fast-paced environment. *Be able to communicate effectively with a small team of fellow employees. *Assist in monitoring of maintenance inventory (i.e. lube oil, filters, tools, etc.). *Communicate problems to Port Engineer. *Keep dock and shop areas clean, safe and free from hazards to maintain a safe working environment. *Be flexible in prioritizing daily work activities. *Maintain personal appearance as per the employee manual. *Other duties as assigned. Qualifications/Experience *Must possess current Drivers’ license and have record with no recent violations. *Applicant should be able to pick up at least 50 pounds in line of duties. *Be comfortable working around diesel engines. *Posses some experience with mechanic’s tools. *Must be self-motivated and be able to work unsupervised. *Must be able to work varied shifts, some weekends and some holidays. * Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required). *Must be able to work from mid April to the end of September with little or no interruption. Pay DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who complete their contract in good standing.
    Contact:
    Eric
    Phone:
    877.686.8100
    City:
    Ketchikan
    Closes:
    3/24/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Auto Body/Collision Estimator - Gerber Collision & Glass
    Employer:
    Gerber Collision & Glass
    The Estimator is focused on two main areas: accurate damage analysis and customer service.

    *Assessing vehicle damage and creating an initial repair order estimate that meets or exceeds the specified accuracy target
    *Maintaining regular contact with the appropriate insurance company to advise on vehicle repair status
    *Serving as the primary point of contact for customers during and after the repair, providing information, repair updates, and a high level of service throughout the process.

    Applicants interested in this position should have a minimum of two years experience in a similar role; experience gained in the insurance industry is also acceptable. Thorough knowledge of the collision repair process, solid customer service skills, and experience with a variety of insurance company procedures is expected.

    Requirements
    *Prior estimating experience at a collision repair facility OR at an appraisal company
    *Thorough knowledge and understanding of the collision repair process
    *Fluent with Mitchell, Audatex or CCC systems
    *Solid customer service skills
    *Experience with various insurance company procedures
    *Attention to detail

    Compensation & Benefits
    *Competitive Wages
    *Flex Benefit Plan, Health, Dental and Vision
    *Short and Long Term Disability

    Our Competitive Advantage
    * We are busy year round, with a lot of work as a result of our strong insurance partner relationships
    * Our shops are ICAR Gold Class certified
    * We offer a clean work environment, our shops are bright and well ventilated, with top of the line equipment
    * We offer a National Warranty program, ensuring the repairs are of the highest standards

    Take the first step toward building your career at Gerber Collision & Glass and apply at http://www.gerbercollision.com/employment or send your resume to GerberCollision@ADP.com
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
  • Beach Gang - Icicle Seafoods
    Employer:
    Icicle Seafoods
    Title of Position: Beach Gang
    Work Location: Naknek

    Position Summary:
    The primary job responsibility of the beach gang is to move, organize, and keep track of fisherman gear/freight. The beach gang will load and deliver nets/gear to boats on-land, as well as at the dock. Beach gang will be responsible for organizing, staging, logging, and helping to load gear onto tenders at the dock. There will also be a lot of miscellaneous tasks including, but not limited to, landscaping around the buildings, moving garbage off of the floating processors and to the dump, picking up freight from air cargo, facilitating the movement of processors from the airport out to floating processors, etc.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    *Coordinate gear pick- ups and drop offs with fishermen and net hangers
    *Keep net yard organized and clean
    *Keep logs of incoming and outgoing nets and gear
    *Work with port engineers to stage and move gear on and off the dock
    *Work with tendermen to load and offload gear from tenders
    *Other duties as assigned

    Skill and experience required:
    *Must have a valid driver’s license
    *Must be able to lift 50+ lbs
    *Not required, but should be able to drive a manual transmission
    *Prior crane experience is a plus
    *Must be able to take direction without question or argument
    *Must be able to work with a wide variety of people
    *Must have general computer knowledge in order to keep and update logs
    *Must be willing to work all hours of the day and night
    *Must be able to take instruction and complete any tasks asked, without question
    *Must be able to switch roles at a moment’s notice in order to help with new tasks.
    *Ability to perform multiple tasks with minimal supervision
    *Must have the ability to work well under pressure, 12 or more hours per day, 7 days per week
    *Must be willing to live and work in confined quarters
    *Must be reliable and prompt

    Work Schedule:
    *Ability to work in remote Alaska for approximately 8 weeks, mid- May-July. Must be able to work 12 or more hours a day, 7 days a week in an intense fast paced environment. You will often be working with the tides, meaning early morning, late night, or middle of the night dock appointments.

    Work Environment:
    *The Naknek facility is a support office, on land, where no processing takes place. We do all data entry for Bristol Bay and provide fleet support, as well as support for our land plants and floating processors.
    To apply go to www.workwithfish.com
    Email Hayley at hayleym@icicleseafoods.com with any questions.
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
  • Boat Outfitters - Workskiff
    Employer:
    Workskiff
    About our company:
    We’re a family here at Workskiff. We are a small boat manufacturing business, building aluminum custom workboats ranging from 17’-31’. We have made boats for several different companies within the United States and outside of the country. We also have built for the Coast Guard and the Navy.

    Description of the Job:
    Looking to hire 2-3 entry level boat outfitters. We will train you on site. Job starting at $14 per hour and can be discussed for raise depending on experience.

    Requirements:
    *Mechanically inclined
    *Good work ethic
    *Physically fit
    *Good hygiene and interpersonal skills
    *Marine electrical experience is a plus but not a requirement
    Check out our website for more information on our company! Workskiff.com
    Please send in resumes to taylor@workskiff.com with an email or phone number so we can contact you. Or you can also bring in and drop off a resume personally.
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
  • Cake Decorator - Haggen Northwest Fresh - Burlington, WA
    Employer:
    Haggen Northwest Fresh - Burlington, WA
    Our Burlington Haggen Northwest Fresh location is seeking new cake decorating talent to join their bakery team. Primary duties include completing special event orders, production decorating for self-serve displays and finishing specialty desserts for our popular cream case. Will also consult with guests on special event decorating over the phone & in person. Work area is in view of our guests, so Cake Decorators must be comfortable working in an action station & interacting with people. Previous retail decorating experience would certainly set you apart.
    Apply directly to the Burlington location online at www.haggen.com or drop off application in person at 757 Haggen Drive, Burlington. Choose HAGGEN NORTHWEST FRESH & you'll be working for a company: *Offering a team focused work place with competitive wages & outstanding benefits, including healthcare & retirement plans * Respected within our industry & recognized for our innovative approach *Who gives back to the communities we serve through contributions & sponsorship to local fundraisers, schools & charities * Dedicated to having a diverse & drug-free environment
    Address:
    757 Haggen Drive
    City:
    Burlington
    Zip:
    98233
    Closes:
    3/18/2015
  • Caregivers - Home Attendant Care
    Employer:
    Home Attendant Care
    There is a serious SHORTAGE OF CAREGIVERS and Home Attendant Care, Inc. is hiring now! If you have no experience, we can train you! If you have experience in caring for others, home care, CNA, NAR, care in Nursing Homes and Hospitals/Adult family homes, we have a job for you. We need applicants NOW of all ages, 18 to 80 years old. Varied backgrounds and economic levels, both women and men wanted. Reliable transportation necessary and work related mileage reimbursed.
    **HAC can pay for WA NAC training and certification!
    COMPETITIVE STARTING WAGES. Flexible hours to accommodate your needs. Part time, full time, 12 and 24 hour shifts available. Hiring now in Whatcom, Skagit, Island and San Juan counties.
    Bottom line, if you love to help others, have a positive caring attitude, are gentle by nature, trustworthy and nurturing, we want you!
    CALL Sharon at HAC TODAY...It may just change your life! Or go online now to download and fill out our job application; www.homeattendantcare.com, (click the 'employment' icon at the top of the web page) and email with your resume and contact information to Sharon; ssmith@homeattendantcare.com
    In Whatcom County;
    Home Attendant Care, Inc, 1316 King St, Suite 1, Bellingham
    360-734-3849
    In Skagit County;
    Home Attendant Care, Inc. 204 N Skagit St, Burlington
    360-755-1547
    Home Attendant Care: People You Trust caring for People You Love since 1983 WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AGENCY AND DO NOT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANY PERSON WHO SEEKS OUR SERVICES OR EMPLOYMENT WITH US.
    **Must work for HAC for at least 6 months after training and WA NAC certification
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
  • Caregivers - Visiting Angels
    Employer:
    Visiting Angels
    Overnight and Daytime 12 hour shifts needed!

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

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

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

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

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

    Come fill out an application and meet with our HR Assistant anytime between 8:30 - 4:00 Monday through Friday. Feel free to give us a call at (360) 671-8388 if you have any questions. VISITING ANGELS IS LOCATED AT 4213 RURAL AVE, BELLINGHAM, WA 98226.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Cashier/Dishwasher/Prep - Mediterranean Specialties
    Employer:
    Mediterranean Specialties
    We at Mediterranean Specialties are a family operated cafe/gourmet grocery store looking for a hard working individual that can commit long term. Duties include handling money, preparing sandwiches, stocking, prep work, dish washing, mopping, serving, and more. We are looking for someone who has a good work ethic, positive attitude, can multi-task well, and can work long shifts when needed. We want to work with someone who is passionate about food and cooking. Knowledge and experience with Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Cuisine is preferred.

    Food handlers permit is required. Bring a resume to the store M-F 11am-4pm. Please include availability and 3-4 references.
    ONLY hiring for our CLOSING** shift which is 2:30pm-7:30pm weekdays and 12pm-6pm on Saturdays. This position is part time and we can only guarantee 12-18 hours. We start at minimum wage.
    Closes:
    3/12/2015
  • Certified C.N.A. - Columbia
    Employer:
    Columbia
    Certified C.N.A.'s needed for 31 bed Assisted Living Facility located in Bellingham. FT, PT and Float Positions available. Benefits after 90 days for FT employees. Required: Food Service Card, Two Step TB test, Criminal History Check. Pay is Competitive. Please call Selina at: 360-671-3631 to schedule an interview.
    Contact:
    Selina
    Phone:
    3606713631
    Closes:
    3/20/2015
  • CNAs/NACs - Maxim Healthcare Services
    Employer:
    Maxim Healthcare Services
    Looking for CAN/NACs for Whatcom, Skagit, Island & Snohomish Counties
    • Active license with Washington Department of Health
    • Possess and maintain CPR certification
    • Reliable transportation

    TO APPLY: Go to www.maximnurses.com
    Phone:
    360-657-5137
    Address:
    3204 Smokey Point Dr Ste 202
    City:
    Arlington, WA
    Zip:
    98223
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • CNC Service Tech/Engineer - Everett - Elwood Professional
    Employer:
    Elwood Professional
    Client in Everett looking for a CNC Service Tech/Engineer.
    Our client is an international tool engineering and design/build services to the aerospace and defense industries.
    This position is responsible for control equipment CNC-PLC programming, calibration and verification, adjustment and process optimization, acceptance and training during internal and external installation and maintenance. This position will also deal with any technical assistance necessary within the scope of CNC Service.
    For more details or information, feel free to email me at: Kevin.Barland@ElwoodProfessional.com Thank you, Kevin Barland
    Contact:
    Kevin Barland
    City:
    Everett
    Closes:
    3/19/2015
  • Cook/Housekeeper - Icicle Seafoods
    Employer:
    Icicle Seafoods
    Title of Position: Cook/Housekeeper
    Location: Naknek

    Position Summary:
    The primary job responsibilities of the cook/housekeeper are to plan and prepare two meals a day for an average of 8 to 10 people, sometimes more, and to keep our buildings clean.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    *Daily menu planning for variety and cost control
    *Prepare and serve two meals a day (lunch and dinner) on schedule
    *Shopping for daily meals, as needed
    *Clean and maintain kitchen, bathrooms, common areas, and office
    *Sweep, mop, and dust daily
    *Take out trash as needed
    *Wash all dishes
    *Set up guest rooms when we have visitors and clean rooms and wash bedding when visitors leave
    *Maintain fisherman’s lounge area
    *Clean and replenish coffee table as necessary
    *Maintain a general tidiness of area, sweeping and mopping as necessary
    *Assist Office Manager and Office Coordinator with tasks as assigned

    Skill and experience required:
    *Must have prior experience cooking for groups
    *Must be able to work on a set schedule
    *Must be able to take direction and suggestions
    *Must have good communication skills
    *Must be able to work with a wide variety of people
    *Must have the ability to work in a high paced environment
    *Ability to perform multiple tasks with minimal supervision
    *Must have the ability to work well under pressure, 12 or more hours per day, 7 days per week
    *Must be willing to live and work in confined quarters
    *Must be reliable and prompt
    *Must be self-motivating

    Work Schedule:
    *Ability to work in remote Alaska for approximately 10 weeks, mid May-July. Must be able to work 12 or more hours a day, 7 days a week in an intense fast paced environment.

    Work Environment:
    *The Naknek facility is a support office, on land, where no processing takes place. We do all data entry for Bristol Bay and provide fleet support, as well as support for our land plants and floating processors.
    To apply go to www.workwithfish.com
    For any questions email Hayley at hayleym@icicleseafoods.com
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
  • Customer Service and Sales Representatives - T-Mobile
    Employer:
    T-Mobile
    Our friendly and knowledgeable Customer Service and Sales Reps let their interpersonal skills shine as they resolve a variety of customer inquires such as technical and billing questions for T-Mobile customers across the U.S. In this role you'll be empowered to solve problems independently and make decisions that you consider to be in the customer's best interest. You'll also be able to keep up to date with our ever-evolving technology and translate this information into terms your customers can understand. While you'll have all the training you need to work independently, you'll also enjoy the support of an encouraging team and knowledgeable leaders so at the end of the day, you can feel good about the job that you've done. As a Customer Service and Sales representative you will proactively offer products and services to our customers. Plus, you'll also enjoy the incentives and recognition T-Mobile has in place to reward the efforts of your performance and the opportunities for advancement make it perfect for people looking to establish a long-term career with T-Mobile.

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


    EDUCATION - Minimum Required
    • High School Diploma/GED.

    TO APPLY: For specific information on upcoming classes, or the application process, please contact the Bellingham Recruiter at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com or 360-527-3882. Thank you!! If you have interviewed and/or tested in the last 6 months, please email Holly at holly.baker11@t-mobile.com to verify eligibility.
    City:
    Bellingham, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Data Entry Assistant - Icicle Seafoods
    Employer:
    Icicle Seafoods
    Title of Position: Data Entry Assistant Work Location: Naknek
    Position Summary:
    The primary job responsibility of the data entry assistant is to enter all fish tickets and fisherman charges into our system quickly and with accuracy. Great attention to detail in a fast paced environment is a requirement.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    *Enter fish tickets into system in an accurate and timely manner.
    *Enter fisherman fuel and grocery charges into system in an accurate and timely manner.
    *Closely edit fish tickets and charges to ensure correct entry.
    *Works closely with Office Manager to ensure data is entered correctly and by set deadlines.
    *Other duties as assigned.

    Skill and experience required:
    *10 key proficient
    *Must have general computer knowledge and skills
    *Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel
    *Must have the ability to operate under deadlines
    *Must be detail oriented
    *Must have problem solving skills
    *Must be willing and able to learn new tasks quickly
    *Must be able to switch roles at a moment’s notice in order to help with tasks beyond data entry.
    *Must have the ability to work in a high paced environment
    *Ability to perform multiple tasks with minimal supervision
    *Must have the ability to work well under pressure, 12 or more hours per day, 7 days per week
    *Must be willing to live and work in confined quarters
    *Must be reliable and prompt

    Work Schedule:
    *Ability to work in remote Alaska for approximately 6 weeks, June-July. Must be able to work 12 or more hours a day, 7 days a week in an intense fast paced environment.

    Work Environment:
    *The Naknek facility is a s\ support office, on land, where no processing takes place. We do all data entry for Bristol Bay and provide fleet support, as well as support for our land plants and floating processors.
    To apply go to www.workwithfish.com
    For any questions email Hayley at hayleym@icicleseafoods.com
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
  • Dental Assistant - Blaine and Birch Bay Family Dentistry
    Employer:
    Blaine and Birch Bay Family Dentistry
    Dental Office located in Blaine is looking for an Experienced Dental Assistant for a full time position. Please email resume to 8888dental@gmail.com. No calls please

    Dental Office name: Blaine and Birch Bay Family Dentistry
    Email: 8888dental@ gmail.com
    Contact person: Nancy Chen
    Closes:
    3/8/2015
  • Energy Production Temporary Worker - Puget Sound Energy
    Employer:
    Puget Sound Energy
    At Puget Sound Energy (PSE) we have a long tradition of service, and an exciting and innovative future ahead!
    Consider PSE for the next step in your career.

    Energy Production Temporary Worker #7635
    Concrete, WA
    Puget Sound Energy is seeking applicants to fill two Energy Production Temporary Workers for our Energy Production department and with the Fisheries program at the Baker River Hydroelectric facility in Concrete, WA.
    These roles work under the direction and/or supervision of a technician or lead. Duties include performing general work as assigned to buildings and grounds necessary to the various sites. Perform similar and incidental duties as required. There will be opportunities to assist the operation of the fisheries program at the Baker River Project. Duties include operation of juvenile fish passage facilities, fish culture operations, general maintenance and other duties as assigned.

    The duties and responsibilities are generally performed in both indoor and outdoor environments. The position involves sitting, standing, walking, moderate to heavy lifting, moderate carrying, bending, reaching, kneeling, twisting, balancing and climbing, operation of small motorized equipment and hand tools.

    Performance of the position requires working in a varied indoor and outdoor environments such as all weather conditions, all noise levels, hazardous conditions and on the full range of outdoor work surfaces. The use of personal protective devices and safety equipment is required. May require driving company vehicles and equipment. Position may also perform painting.

    This is an excellent opportunity to play an integral role within PSE to help us better serve the environment, our customers and the communities in which they live. PSE provides an environment where all employees are valued, respected and provided with the opportunity to achieve maximum performance. Gain the energy to do great things through a career with Puget Sound Energy!!

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    *Applicant must be 18 years of age.
    *Have the ability to follow written and verbal instructions.
    *Must possess a valid driver’s license.
    *Must be able to operate small-motorized equipment (lawnmower, weed-whacker, pressure washer, etc) and hand tools.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
    *This is an IBEW Represented position and the successful candidate will become a member of the IBEW.
    *Wage is $15.27 per hour as determined by union scale.
    *This is a temporary assignment with no benefits. Your employment will end once the duration of this project has concluded.
    PSE is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We encourage persons of diverse backgrounds to apply.
    Should you have a disability that requires assistance and/or reasonable accommodation with the job application process, please contact the Human Resources Staffing department at jobs@pse.com or 425-462-3017.
    Please apply online at http://www.PSE.com/careers
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
  • Engineer/Deckhand - Allen Marine Tours Inc - Ketchikan, AK
    Employer:
    Allen Marine Tours Inc - Ketchikan, AK
    On board 49-150 passenger USCG inspected vessel engaged in 2-5 hour tours of Ketchikan area and connecting waterways. Objective is to provide our guests the opportunity to view and photograph wildlife and/or learn about the area’s natural and human history. Our tours are conducted primarily for cruise ship passengers with occasional charter trips locally and to other southeast Alaska destinations. Duties/Responsibilities *Check all engine/jet fluids upon arriving on vessel each morning, bring all equipment online, log all entries and report any problems to Captain. *Assist with passenger boarding, safety orientation/demonstration, emergency response and crowd control. *Complete routine engine room checks underway, making minor mechanical repairs and adjustments as necessary, and assisting crew members to ensure that passengers receive optimum tour quality and premium customer service. *Assist Captain in wheelhouse with navigating and/or wildlife sighting as directed. *Maintain vessel appearance, with regards to cleanliness and safety, in engine and jet rooms, in voids and on decks. Assist other crew with cabin, galley and heads. *Under direction of Captain, complete all routine vessel maintenance on a daily basis. This will include, but not be limited to: cleaning, sanitation pumping, restocking and refueling. *Assist Captain to perform required safety checks of all essential equipment on a weekly basis. Maintain current and accurate logs. *Work with Port Engineer to complete all mandatory vessel maintenance on a monthly basis, including but not limited to oil/filter changes, zinc/belt replacement, etc. *Identify problems, inform Port Engineer and assist in performing needed repairs. *Perform other duties under supervision of Captain.
    Qualifications/Experience *Prefer experience on passenger carrying vessels. *Mechanical aptitude, engine room experience preferred. Diesel mechanics or electrical/electronics background helpful. *Must be able to work as a team with other crew to provide quality experience for customers, including answering questions and providing commentary. *Must be able to lift and move objects of up to 50 lbs. as required. * Must be drug free (pre-employment screening and enrollment in random drug testing program is Coast Guard required). *Must be able to work varied shift hours, including weekends and holidays.
    Days off will be scheduled but must be willing to be flexible in meeting tour demand.
    Pay DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who finish their contract in good standing. • Must be clean, well groomed, courteous, honest, and most important, reliable. • Uniform shirts & jacket provided.
    Pay DOE. Limited Benefits. This is a seasonal full time position from mid April to October. Preference will be given to candidates who are available to work the entire season without interruption. An end of season bonus will be paid to employees who finish their contract in good standing.
    Contact:
    Eric Lunde, Port Captain
    Phone:
    877.686.8100
    City:
    Ketchikan
    Closes:
    3/10/2015
    Pay Rate:
    DOE
  • Entry Level Corrections Deputy - Pierce County Sheriff's Department
    Employer:
    Pierce County Sheriff's Department
    The Pierce County Sheriff's Department is currently accepting applications for Entry Level Corrections Deputy. We anticipate a large number of retirements in the next one to two years. Please apply and test as soon as possible.
    *Please apply and test online at National Testing Network. Testing may be scheduled at any National Testing Network location.
    *Applicants for Corrections Deputy are required to pass a video based scenario, reading section and report writing examination and pass a physical fitness test through National Testing Network.
    *Applicants must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on the video and reading sections of the written exam. Applicant must pass the report writing section and the physical Fitness test. The Physical Fitness Test includes: a mile and a half run, push-ups and sit-ups.
    *Based upon the results of the National Testing Network scores, applicants will be ranked and placed on a civil service employment register. Applicants who rank high on the civil service register will be selected to undergo a comprehensive pre-employment background investigation.
    *For additional information, please read the job announcement on the National Testing Network website.

    POSITION SUMMARY:
    GENERAL FUNCTION: This is work performed to provide care and custody of adult prisoners and to maintain order and discipline among the prisoners of the Pierce County Corrections and Detention Center, a maximum-security facility. Employees in this classification are responsible for the operation of the jail on a 24-hour, 7 day-a-week basis, and the direct and indirect supervision of inmates. For more information, please read and refer to the class description Corrections Deputy
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS TO APPLY:
    *High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate.
    *At least age twenty-one (21) at time of appOintment.
    *Valid Washington State driver's license at time of appointment and be able to provide proof of insurability.
    *Must be a United States citizen and ability to read and write the English language as required by RCW 41.14.1 00.
    *Ability to pass the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission physical fitness requirements.
    *Ability to successfully complete Pierce County Sheriff's Department background investigation.
    *Entrance to and successful completion of the Corrections Academy or Equivalency Academy is a condition of continuing as required by RCW 43.1 01.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the position. This classification has a variety of physical requirements of varying degrees based on numerous differing work circumstances. Required physical activities include walking, standing, sitting, digital dexterity, talking, hearing and seeing. A Corrections Deputy may be exposed to physically confrontive situations, personal danger and bio-hazardous materials. A Corrections Deputy will assist in emergency situations, and must maintain physical ability to deal with physical confrontive or combative situations including use of reasonable force up to and including deadly force. Required physical activities during those times are running, jumping, twisting, balancing, climbing, crawling, kneeling, bending, stooping, crouching, reaching, lifting, carrying, dragging, throwing, pushing/pulling both objects and people. A Corrections Deputy must be able to clearly distinguish and identify colors, safely drive a vehicle with unassisted vision, accurately discharge a firearm (either hand) with unassisted vision, clearly and successfully discriminate electronic, mechanical and human sounds and operate required equipment in a safe and lawful manner for the protection/safety of the public, inmates, of self and of other employees.
    Closes:
    3/27/2015
  • Facilities Tech - Instrumentation - Gresham - Microchip Technology
    Employer:
    Microchip Technology
    Microchip Technology has an opportunity at our Gresham Fab 4 facility in the Site Services department on the Compressed Back Night shift for an Instrumentation and Controls Technician II with an overall general knowledge of facilities plant operations and maintenance.
    Essential Functions: * Ensures operation of facilities controls systems, buildings and equipment within cleanroom quality parameters and water discharge permit limitations. *Proficient in performing preventative maintenance, calibration, troubleshooting and repair of instrumentation and control systems. *Responds to site life safety and control system alarms. *Provide support with instrumentation configuration and programming, and maintain associated written documents and reports. *Provide timely response and follow-up to all correspondence; maintaining open lines of communication with team members, engineering and management. *Provide suggestions for improvement to operations and maintenance activities to enhance system performance, consistency, efficiency and cost effectiveness. *Assist supervisors in identifying training requirements and safety procedures in assigned areas. *Perform additional duties as assigned, assisting other trades as required. Required Skills: *Team player. Ability to work with shift members customers to identify and solve controls related issues. *Knowledge of electronic, pneumatic, and computer automation control systems. *Process control loop calibration and troubleshooting skills. *Knowledge of pH, resistivity, conductivity, flow, temperature, humidity, pressure and level transmitters. *Familiarity with GE Fanuc 90/30, Allen Bradley SLC500 and Series 5 PLC’s and GE Cimplicity HMI a plus. *Ability to work on projects with little or no direction, identifying what needs to be done and executing work in a timely fashion. *Must work well with others and cover shifts as needed. *Must possess excellent troubleshooting and problem solving abilities
    Minimum Qualifications: *2 year degree or equivalent with 2+ years of experience with industrial facility operation and maintenance. *Good knowledge of plant systems and cleanroom operations. *Computer knowledge including Microsoft Office, preventative maintenance software and automated building control systems. *Must become an ERT (Emergency Response Team) member. Must be able to pass ERT physical.
    Critical Physical Requirements: Able to lift, push, pull approx. 50 lbs; carry 50 lbs; sit 5%; stand 60%; walk 35%; must be able to perform activities that include climbing, bending at waist, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, crawling, handling, feeling, hearing, talking, seeing. Work environment could include slippery surfaces, noise or vibrations, mechanical hazards, electrical hazards, fumes or odors, dust or gases. Must have manual dexterity, hearing and visual acuity (color distinction, peripheral vision and depth perception).
    Apply on microchip.com/jobs and reference job code G157-14.
    Microchip Technology is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer!
    Contact:
    Christopher Ohman
    Phone:
    503.669.6091
    Address:
    21015 SE Stark Street
    City:
    Gresham
    Zip:
    97030
    Closes:
    3/24/2015
  • Financial Services Assistant - Steele Financial Services
    Employer:
    Steele Financial Services
    Duties include, but are not limited to: Greeting clients/prospects Scheduling appointments Database management: maintaining client contact info and preparing reports Supporting clients by providing services in account management and technical support Scanning and filing documents Coordinating compliance approval of marketing materials Learning and understanding the business to communicate what we do with the public Special projects as assigned Minimum Qualifications: Organized, outgoing and friendly team-player See Competencies Ability to work in highly deadline-driven environment and handle multiple projects and tasks with accuracy 2 years related experience, college degree or currently attending college Possess advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook) and be able to learn other software programs quickly Excellent verbal and written communication skills, customer service and relationship building skills Proficient in math Understand and maintain strict confidentiality of all information Professional appearance, dress code and demeanor This position can be challenging with a steep learning curve, so your ability to learn and adapt is critical Pass a background check
    Competencies: Attention to Detail – Accomplishing tasks by being mindful of all aspects of the job by following established procedures, ensuring errors are avoided and correcting problems. Building Trust & Integrity – Interacting with others in a way that gives them confidence in one’s intentions by demonstrating ethics and integrity. Capitalizing on Opportunities – Recognizing sales and service opportunities to strengthen client relationships; asking questions to uncover the client’s present and future financial goals. Client Centric – Making clients and their needs a primary focus of one's actions; developing and sustaining productive client relationships by exceeding their expectations every time. Communication – Exchanging information by effectively organizing the message being delivered, maintaining the listeners' attention, adjusting the message to the audience, using accepted grammar and sentence structure and effectively listening to others and responding appropriately with nonverbal messages. Critical Thinking – Identifying and analyzing issues, problems or opportunities in order to make effective decisions. Flexibility – Demonstrating adaptability in approach when working with all types of people; maintaining effectiveness when experiencing major changes in work tasks or the work environment. Initiative – Taking action to achieve results or accomplish goals beyond what is required; being proactive. Inventiveness – Coming up with new and unique ideas; connecting previously unrelated concepts. Judgment – Using effective approaches for choosing a course of action and then taking action based on the available facts and probable outcomes. Learning & Understanding the Business - Takes the necessary steps to learn the processes and systems to get things done; stays informed of what is going on in the organization to help make decisions. Persistence – The drive to figure things out; staying with an action plan until the goal is achieved or is no longer possible. Persuasiveness – Using effective interpersonal approaches and communication styles to influence others to accept an idea, product or service. Positive Nature – Maintaining a high level of energy and a positive outlook while dealing with stressful situations and difficult people. Relationship Building – Working effectively and cooperatively with others; listening, understanding, responding and building positive working relationships. Teamwork – Participating as an effective member of a team to move the group forward toward accomplishing goals; appropriately involves other people on the team, shares important information and is personally committed to the team. Technical Knowledge – Having obtained the necessary technical knowledge and skills in area of expertise related to one’s job. Takes notes and uses them. Work Quality – Setting high standards of performance; can be counted on to drive for outstanding results.
    Pay and hours: Temporary part-time to start to help during tax season, potential to evolve into full time and permanent position. Moderately flexible work schedule. In general, we’d like someone here from 11:30-3:30 or 12-4 to cover the reception area during lunch. 10-20 hours per week. Your skill set and the workload will drive the number of hours you work per week.
    Candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to Steele Financial Services, Attn: HR, 119 Grand Ave Suite A, Bellingham, WA 98225
    Hours:
    11:30-3:30 or 12-4
    Contact:
    H/R
    Address:
    119 Grand Ave Suite A
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    3/18/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $12-$15 hr
  • Food service manager/cook - Lutherwood Camp and Retreat Center
    Employer:
    Lutherwood Camp and Retreat Center
    *Company: Lutherwood Camp and Retreat Center
    *Job title: Food service manager/cook
    *Description: Plan menus for all meals, supervise and facilitate the preparation and cleaning up of all meals
    *Qualifications: Formal food preparation training
    *How to apply: Email resume to Bethany Dietrich at program@camplutherwood.org
    *Cllosing date: March 1, 2015
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
  • General Labor - PepsiCo
    Employer:
    PepsiCo
    Cleans and prepares vending equipment for refurbishment and rebuilding as needed. Position prepares equipment surfaces for repainting, resurfacing or application of new decals/facings. Requires work on vending machines that weigh approximately 800-1200 pounds. Lifts, are used, but may be required to push, pull and move equipment as well as kneel and/or squat to work on equipment. Forklift experience helpful as well as general knowledge of hand and power tools.
    PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES
    *Perform various physical duties as assigned, including but not limited to sorting, stacking, cleaning, minor repair, and/or maintenance tasks
    *Collect accurate and complete equipment information
    *Remove old parts
    *Complete paperwork on job and maintain accurate maintenance records
    *Maintain all safety standards
    *Regular, reliable, predictable attendance

    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS
    *18 years or older
    *21 years or older if CDL required
    *Pass the drug test
    *Pass DOT physical and DOT road test (if applicable)
    *Pass the background checks
    *Valid CDL license (if required)
    *Follow DOT Regulations
    For immediate consideration, please go to www.pepsijobs.com
    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. PepsiCo is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities/Females/Disability/Protected Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
    Closes:
    3/12/2015
  • Health Sciences Coordinator - Tacoma - Tacoma Community College
    Employer:
    Tacoma Community College
    Are you interested in joining a community dedicated to high-quality education and innovative programs that prepare students for success in the health sciences field? Tacoma Community College (TCC) is pleased to welcome applications for a Health Sciences Coordinator. This position serves as a representative to the Dean in matters relating to health sciences accreditation standards, clinical site coordination/liaison, and maintaining complete sciences admission processes and standards. If you’re passionate about guiding students to professional success, we’d love to hear from you.
    TCC is a comprehensive community college located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, just 35 miles south of Seattle. TCC is a diverse, creative and engaging institution - recognized nationally as an Achieving the Dream “Leader College” – and enrolls approximately 18,000 students annually (6,000 FTE). Located on a 150-acre site in west Tacoma. The Tacoma-Pierce County area, located on beautiful Puget Sound and framed by the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, offer residents and visitors a wealth of cultural and recreational opportunities.
    The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent education and experience; two (2) years of program management/development experience; and expertise with a variety of business management software.
    Full description, qualifications, and application information are available at http://www.tacomacc.edu/employment
    Contact:
    Christine Nicolai
    Phone:
    (253) 566-6043
    Address:
    6501 South 19th Street
    City:
    Tacoma
    Zip:
    98466
    Closes:
    2/25/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $50,000
  • Hospitality and Culinary Internship - Yellowstone National Park Lodges
    Employer:
    Yellowstone National Park Lodges
    Company/Business Information: Yellowstone National Park Lodges is the largest concessionaire in Yellowstone. We operate 31 restaurants ranging from fast food to finer dining, and 9 lodges with over 2,100 rooms. More than 100 various hospitality and culinary positions provide students the opportunity to focus internships, externships, or a career on a specific area of interest. Our employees enjoy living in the park and have many opportunities for outdoor activities in Yellowstone and surrounding areas. We hire over 3,500 employees for our summer season, which lasts from mid-May to October. Our parent company, Xanterra Parks & Resorts also operates smaller operations in several other national and state parks.

    Job Classification: Full-time summer seasonal, full-time winter seasonal, possible year- round employment.

    Additional Information: Room and Board are provided for a reasonable fee.
    Wages: Dependent upon experience.
    Job Description: For a complete list of positions and job descriptions, please visit our web site at www.yellowstonejobs.com.
    Qualifications/Experience: Qualifications vary with position. Some previous experience is preferred for management positions.
    Closing Date: Hiring begins in December, and most positions are filled by early March.
    Application Procedure: Apply on line at www.yellowstonejobs.com. If applying for an internship, select “Internship” as your first job choice, your job preference as second choice and third choice, and please include your resume and internship requirements.

    Xanterra Parks & Resorts (Authorized Concessioner of the National Park Service) is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any individual in any phase of employment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, veteran status, age, disability or any other legally protected status under applicable law. AA/EOE M/F/D/V
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
  • Industrial Construction Positions - Tradesmen International
    Employer:
    Tradesmen International
    As a construction labor support company, Tradesmen International is able to put people to work, and while they are working, we are working to find the next project for them. We offer benefits to employees that reach 300 hours and maintain 32 hours a week. We have field reps dealing daily with contractors from Bellingham to Chehalis for a wide variety of specialized Craftsmen.

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

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

    To apply: Email your resume and cover letter to joni.swillie@tradesmeninternational.com. Please indicate that you are applying from the BTC online job bulletin board.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Information Technology Internship - SPIE
    Employer:
    SPIE
    Learn about new technologies, sharpen your skills and gain valuable, hands-on work experience. SPIE seeks an information technology intern to assist with desktop system support. *6 Month Internship, 20 Hours/Week, $17.75/Hour *Great Experience in an Internationally Recognized Organization * Mid-size Corporate Information Technology Department *Provide Basic Hardware and Application Support, Windows 7 & 8.1 Support, and other Helpdesk Services.
    SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, is a non-profit scientific society which publishes research papers and books, organizes world-class scientific conferences, and provides educational opportunities for scientists and engineers.
    This position requires excellent customer service skills, analytical ability, computer technology aptitude and the ability to work as a part of a team to gain real world knowledge of the corporate IT support environment. Hands on experience a plus.
    To be eligible for this position, you must be a current full-time student in a 2 year or 4 year program at an accredited University, Community or Technical college with a major in computer science, information technology or IS related program. You must be in at least your 3rd year if enrolled in a 4 year program, or in your 2nd year if enrolled in a community or tech school program. Work hours are flexible and based upon your class load.
    Send your cover letter and resume to: Recruiting@spie.org P.O. BOX 10, Bellingham, WA 98227
    All application materials must be received by 5 p.m., March 6, 2015. Equal Opportunity Employer
    Hours:
    20 hrs week
    Contact:
    Recruiting@spie.org
    Address:
    P.O. BOX 10
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98227
    Closes:
    3/6/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $17.75 hr
  • Instrument Technician, Bracket IB - R & B Foods - Stockton, CA (formerly Unilever)
    Employer:
    R & B Foods - Stockton, CA (formerly Unilever)
    Our Company is now accepting job bids from qualified employees for Instrument Technician, Bracket IB.
    Duties: Responsible for the effective operation of electrical and electronic, hydraulic, pneumatic instruments, gauges or controls used in the processing of the product.
    * Install, adjust, maintain, repair and overhaul instruments and related equipment. * Recognize and correct potential instrument failures. * Test, time and calibrate instruments and related equipment for efficient performance. * Keep maintenance records on instruments. * Read blueprints, charts, sketches and operating instructions and proceed accordingly. * Obtain and maintain an adequate supply of instrument repair parts. * Tune and troubleshoot PIDs. * Install and troubleshoot control network in the plant. * Monitor and troubleshoot process with PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers) and DCS (Distributed Control Systems).
    If qualified and interested to be considered for this position, sign up at the Human Resource Department no later than.
    Contact:
    Mitch Karass
    Phone:
    209 467 2292
    City:
    Stockton, CA
    Closes:
    3/18/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $26.26 hr
  • Journeyman Machinist/Horizontal Boring Mill - Team Corporation
    Employer:
    Team Corporation
    Team Corporation Manufacturer of Vibration Test Equipment needs the following position filled: Journeyman Machinist/Horizontal Boring Mill Team Corporation is a recognized world leader in the manufacture of a wide range of vibration testing equipment. Team is a local company with complete in house design, engineering and manufacturing departments capable of meeting each customer’s specific vibration testing equipment requirements. This position requires an individual with 10 years of machine shop experience with a strong background in conventional horizontal boring mills. Qualified applicants must be capable of: * Reading and understanding job orders, blueprints, verbal and written instructions. *Operation of various size horizontal boring mills. * Set-up mills including tool selection, material holding, tool installation and adjustment. *Capable of lifting up to 50 pounds. * Capable of working on large pieces and holding required tolerances. *Loading stock on and correct positioning on the machine. * Able to hold tight tolerance to .0005”. *Sharpening and grinding of tooling. * Safe shop practices in material handling using overhead and jib cranes. *Capable of working in close cooperation with others in the shop
    Compensation: DOE Applications available to download at www.teamcorporation.com Email application to hr@teamcorporation.com or fax to 360-757-4401, or phone 360-757-8601 or mail application to: Team Corporation 11591 Watertank Rd. Burlington, WA 98233 You must reference the job title you are applying for on your application. Minority applicants are encouraged to apply (an application or resume that does not state the position you are applying for will not be considered). Equal opportunity/affirmative, action employer, minorities, females, people with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. TEAM CORPORATION SHALL ABIDE BY THE REQUIREMENTS OF 41 CFR 60-300.5(A). THIS REGULATION PROHIBITS DISCRIMINATION AGAINST QUALIFIED PROTECTED VETERANS, AND REQUIRES AFFIRMATIVE ACTION BY COVERED PRIME CONTRACTORS AND SUBCONTRACTORS TO EMPLOY AND ADVANCE IN EMPLOYMENT QUALIFIED PROTECTED VETERANS.”
    Phone:
    360-757-8601
    Address:
    11591 Watertank Rd.
    City:
    Burlington
    Zip:
    98233
    Closes:
    3/19/2015
  • Journeyman Machinist/Horizontal Boring Mill - Team Corporation
    Employer:
    Team Corporation
    Team Corporation is a recognized world leader in the manufacture of a wide range of vibration testing equipment. Team is a local company with complete in house design, engineering and manufacturing departments capable of meeting each customer’s specific vibration testing equipment requirements. This position requires an individual with 10 years of machine shop experience with a strong background in conventional horizontal boring mills. Qualified applicants must be capable of: * Reading and understanding job orders, blueprints, verbal and written instructions. *Operation of various size horizontal boring mills. *Set-up mills including tool selection, material holding, tool installation and adjustment
    To apply: www.teamcorporation.com
    Contact:
    Sherry Berry
    City:
    Burlington
    Zip:
    98233
    Closes:
    3/20/2015
  • Legal Assistant II & III DOQ - Whatcom County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
    Employer:
    Whatcom County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
    The Legal Assistant III independently performs a variety of complex and diverse office, clerical and secretarial support functions requiring independent judgment to facilitate the effective operations of the department. Under limited direction, prepares court documents, pleadings, reports and correspondence and coordinates collection and distribution of paperwork.
    QUALIFICATIONS: *Legal Assistant II: Requires a Bachelor’s degree and one year experience as a legal assistant or an Associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies and two years’ experience as a legal assistant or four years’ experience as a legal assistant. *Legal Assistant III: Requires a Bachelor’s degree and two years’ experience as a legal assistant or an Associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies and four years’ experience as a legal assistant.
    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must become a Notary Public and maintain throughout employment. Background check must meet County criteria. Must pass job-related tests. Required to become a member of the local collective bargaining unit.
    HOW TO APPLY: Application materials are available on website at: www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs, or may be picked up in Human Resources, 311 Grand Ave, Ste. 107, Bellingham, WA 98225. We are open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except holidays. Completed applications must include the following: Whatcom County Application (with original signature) Supplemental Application for Legal Assistant II or III (with original signature) Recent typing test scores (instructions included in Supplemental Application) Completed applications must be received in Human Resources by 4:30 p.m. on February 24, 2015. Emailed or faxed application materials will not be accepted. If you would like to request assistance with physical access or communications, or have other needs related to a disability, please contact Human Resources.
    BENEFITS: Whatcom County offers excellent benefits, including medical, dental, and vision coverage for employees and their family, and life insurance coverage for employees. We offer attractive paid leave provisions, including vacation, sick leave, and 12 holidays per year (on average). Employees participate in Washington State’s Retirement System through joint contributions with the County. Additionally, we provide an employee assistance program and tax-preferred options for employees to invest their money in deferred compensation and/or flexible spending plan for health care/dependent care. Whatcom County checks education, experience, training, driving records, criminal history, experience and other job-related information as applicable. Applicants may be tested for job-related skills.
    Hours:
    8:30 - 5:00
    Contact:
    HR
    Phone:
    3606766802
    Address:
    311 Grand Ave. Ste 107
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    2/24/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $17.16 hr
  • Long Term Care Staff: Asleep Overnight - Cascade Connections
    Employer:
    Cascade Connections
    Cascade Connections is seeking compassionate and dedicated employees to join our team immediately! We strive to employ individuals who desire to make a difference in others’ lives by enhancing every aspect of the lives of adults with disabilities. Support includes daily life skills, community integration through outside activities, and assisting in medical care.
    We are hiring for Long-Term Care Staff with Asleep Overnight hours starting at $9.47 per hour. If awake hours are necessary while on shift and to perform the below job responsibilities, these hours are paid at $11.00 per hour. Position-related trainings are paid for and provided by Cascade Connections. Our progressive organization offers opportunities for growth and advancement!
    Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    *Provide participants with daily personal care and supervision to ensure their safety and well-being at all times
    *Know, understand, and regularly review care and support plans and how to document accordingly
    *Stay informed of participants’ needs, as well as staff, and communicates effectively
    *Documentation completed accurately and thoroughly on assigned participants
    *Support participants to complete activities of daily living (ADL’s) as independently as possible
    *Maintain confidentiality of participant records and information to the highest degree
    *Assist and instruct participants in emergency evacuation procedures
    *Follow Plan of Care/Negotiated Care Plan in regards to medication administration and document medications in accordance with policy
    *Actively engage with participants and provide access to them to participate in community activities and events
    *Maintain participants’ living environment (household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.)
    *Abide by and understand agency policies and procedures
    *Establish and maintain positive communication and working relationships with participants and the people they interact with in all aspects of their life.
    *Document and notify management of unusual occurrences by completing incident forms within 24 hours
    *Immediately report evidence of abuse or witnessed neglect to appropriate agency and Program Director
    *Create a warm, accepting environment conducive to learning
    *Maintain company vehicles by keeping clean and organized and reporting damage or problems to Program Director
    Job Requirements include:
    *WA State driver license
    *Able to pass a criminal history background check
    *At least 18 years of age
    *Have obtained a high school diploma or GED
    *Pass a drug test to meet our drug-free workplace policy.
    Please download our Job Application located at the Cascade Connections site (http://cascadechristianservices.org/job-openings) and email to the contact indicated on this posting.
    Cascade Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer and stands committed to Affirmative Action.
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
  • Machinists & Other Positions - AMT
    Employer:
    AMT
    Looking for a career in Aerospace? Senior Aerospace AMT is looking for qualified candidates to come join our team. AMT offers health benefits, 401K, Sick Pay, Vacation, Holiday Pay, On‐Site Gym, Wellness Program, Incentive Programs and much more!

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

    TO APPLY: Applicants can apply via our website www.amtnw.com.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Mechanic Apprentice - Birch Equipment
    Employer:
    Birch Equipment
    The Mechanic Apprentice will partake in a two year (depending on experience) apprenticeship to gain and master the skills necessary with the chance to move up to the mechanic position. Training includes preventive mainteneance and safe operation and equipment repair. Mechanic Apprentices will assist Birch Equipment's Mechanics in keeping the fleet of 45,000 pieces of equipment & tools running safely and effectively throughout construction, manufacturing and home improvement season, as well as pro-actively maintaining equipment year-round.
    *Computer literate, Microsoft Office proficient *Abiility to perform essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accomodation *Ability to lift 50 pounds *Ability to pass pre-employment *Ability to bend or kneel and work with arms raised for prolonged periods *Drug Free, ability to pass pre-emplyment drug test & random drug tests *WA state driver's license in good standing *High School Diploma/GED
    Skills Desired: *Punctual *Self-Starting *Good Communication *Excellent driving skills *Attention to detail *Ability to follow directions
    Applicants are requested to hand deliver resume and application found online at birchequipment.com to desired store location or Email resumes & completed applicaton to "Careers@Birch Equipment.com: Please note applicaton and resume must be submitted to be considered for an interview.
    Hours:
    4 10 work week
    Closes:
    3/17/2015
  • Medical and Medical Support positions - United General Hospital
    Employer:
    United General Hospital
    Various positions available. Please visit the website at www.unitedgeneral.org for current job openings.
    Address:
    2000 Hospital Drive
    City:
    Sedro Woolley, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Medical/Medical Support Positions. - Whidbey General Hospital
    Employer:
    Whidbey General Hospital
    To view position descriptions, go to www.whidbeygen.org
    Contact:
    360-678-7613
    City:
    Coupeville, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Nursing Assistants - Alderwood Park
    Employer:
    Alderwood Park
    Looking for team players to join our awesome team!

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

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

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    Register now and let employers come to you! Apply online at www.nursingjobs.us to connect with leading health care facilities and nursing agencies that can provide your next rewarding opportunity.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Office Support Clerk - Whatcom County Parks & Recreation Department
    Employer:
    Whatcom County Parks & Recreation Department
    Whatcom County Parks & Recreation Department will hire one temporary extra-help employee to provide clerical office support and assist with the Parks volunteer program. Duties may include compiling information, creating and updating marketing materials, working directly with staff, volunteers and outside organizations, assisting with report writing, data entry, clerical work, online research, and updating the website and park brochures. Occasional work off-site may also be required. If you have questions about job duties contact Parks & Recreation at (360) 733-2900.
    The ideal candidate must have:
    *Excellent Customer Service Skills
    *Outstanding written and oral communication and organizational skills
    *Proficiency with Word, Excel, Publisher and excellent web-based research skills
    *The ability to collect and analyze data to develop reports.
    *Ability to multi-task and prioritize effectively with minimal direction
    RATE OF PAY: $12.00 per hour
    LENGTH OF POSITION: Approximately 40 hours a week for 7 months, then averaging 17 hours per week, ongoing. Hours will vary greatly depending on season and department and project needs.
    QUALIFICATIONS: Must be proficient with word processing and spreadsheet applications. Requires experience updating and maintaining web-based content and experience producing documents using Microsoft Publisher.
    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a valid driver's license at time of hire and throughout employment. Background check must meet County criteria. Must be eligible to cross between the United States and Canada. Enrollment in the Washington State Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS) is required.
    HOW TO APPLY:
    Applications must be received in Human Resources by February 24, 2015.
    Please see the attached sheet for detailed application instructions.
    Closes:
    2/24/2015
  • On Site service Technician - Blaine Wa - Airgas
    Employer:
    Airgas
    Apply online: https://airgas.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=02709
    JOB SUMMARY: The primary function of the On-site Service Technician is to assist the client in maintaining client owned safety equipment. The On-site Service Technician will been trained to calibrate equipment, Bench Test Air Systems, Inspect Fall protection, and Fire Extinguishers; verifying equipment offered is in proper working condition. It may also to track inventory, place restocking orders, and handle out of service orders in a timely manner.
    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (May include some or all of these tasks) * Inspect and maintain safety equipment supplied to the project * Develop and maintain a good a working relationship with the client * Must have monitor technology knowledge * Perform gas monitor calibration * Maintain breathing air system * Perform drug screening functions * Day to day repair, cleaning and maintenance of Customer owned Equipment * Maintain clean and neat office and work areas * Calibrate and repairing monitors in-house and onsite at different locations for client * Inspect and bench testing air packs-SCBA * Inspect and bench testing Egress Systems * Inspect and cleaning task specific garments * Inspect and cleaning Fresh Air masks * Replenish Safety machines at Customer location (and offsite client locations) * Perform monthly inspection on Fire Extinguishers * Perform airline quarterly inspections * Possess the ability to adapt to an ever changing environment * Inventory tracking * Generate reports as requested by the client * Maintain database records * Other duties as assigned * Complete daily, weekly, monthly inspection reports
    QUALIFICATIONS: Education and/or Experience: * High school diploma or equivalent (Associates Degree Preferred) * Minimum of 2 years in the petrochemical industry * Successful completion of training and certification courses; provided by Airgas On-Site Safety * Working understanding of Fall Protection, SCBA, Egress, Instrumentation, and Fire Equipment * Background verification and drug testing required. * Have a current RSO (Refinery Safety Overview) card
    SKILLS & ABILITIES: Employee development programs can include the following basics: * Basic operation and maintenance of breathing air compressors * Confined Space training * Fire Watch training * Gas monitor calibration * CPR & First Aid Training * DOT HM 126/181 Training * Respirator field level maintenance training * Fall Protection Inspection Certification * Fire Extinguisher Inspection Certification * Level III SCBA Certification
    Required Skills & Abilities *Understand and respond to written and oral instructions * Communicate effectively orally and in writing * Be able to operate a two-way radio and cell phone * Contribute to a positive work environment * Follow directions from supervisor * Maintain professional behavior in the workplace * Possess a sense of urgency * Must be proficient in MS office Word/Excel/PowerPoint and MS Outlook * Must be able to perform well as a team player on a diverse team * Perform Independently with minimal supervision * Valid driver’s license and good driving record * Ability to work on a team * Demonstrate good customer service skills
    PHYSICAL DEMANDS: * Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
    WORK ENVIRONMENT: * Willing to be on 24 hour call * Willing to work 12 hour shifts for extended periods of time * Must be able to respond to emergency situations at a moment’s notice
    We offer a competitive salary, outstanding benefits including medical/dental, life & disability, and 401(k) plan with match and Employee Stock Purchase Plan.
    EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race", color", religion", national origin", sex", protected veteran status or disability.
    Hours:
    40 hours a week
    Contact:
    Omar Meija
    Closes:
    3/13/2015
  • Operations Technician - Williams - Pocatello, Idaho District (Burley, Idaho work area)
    Employer:
    Williams - Pocatello, Idaho District (Burley, Idaho work area)
    Williams has a technician opportunity in Pocatello, Idaho
    Submit resumes on the Williams website: http://co.williams.com/williams/careers/
    Company Overview Annual salary could be Williams is a premier developer and operator of energy infrastructure in North America. Our Organization is seeking a highly skilled Operation Technician to be part of the Pocatello District and work in our Burley work area. As an Operation Technician at Williams, the successful candidate will be responsible for troubleshooting, operating and maintaining equipment such as gas measurement metering equipment, maintenance for high pressure gas pipelines, mechanical and electrical maintenance of turbine engines and compressors, gas/air pneumatic and electronic controls, and compressor and meter station control systems.
    Responsibilities: *Safety is the utmost priority and a demonstrated minimum requirement. *Provide expertise in operating and maintaining all the equipment. This equipment includes: Engines, Compressors, Motors, Pumps, Electrical and Control Equipment, Valves, Measurement and Regulation equipment. *Maintain and operate high pressure gas pipeline and delivery meters *Responsible for the repair-rebuild of valves and regulators *Complete maintenance records, service reports and other required documents *Perform core pipeline maintenance tasks including but not limited to inspections and encroachments *Willingness to be available for emergency call out rotation *Focus on customer and stakeholder satisfaction *Ability to work in a team environment and well with others *Be a self-starter and willing to work alone at times
    Qualifications Basic/Required: *Possess a high school diploma or equivalent *Have basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Application and PC skills *Ability to troubleshoot and problem solve *Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills *Be able to stand, walk, climb, bend, stoop, and squat for long periods of time *Willingness to accurately operate 4X4 vehicles *Willing to work in extremely hot and cold temperatures and enclosed spaces *Be able to carry and lift items that can weigh 50lbs or more *Be able to read and understand standard P&ID’s.
    Qualifations Preferred: *Possess an Associates’ degree in Instrumentation, Control Technology, or Electronics *Experience and knowledge of turbine engines *Experience with gas measurement
    Hours:
    40 hrs + OT
    Contact:
    Diane Romney
    Phone:
    8015847156
    Closes:
    3/13/2015
    Pay Rate:
    50,700 ann
  • Outreach & Development Coordinator - Opportunity Council
    Employer:
    Opportunity Council
    JOB SUMMARY: Supports the work of Community Services by coordinating and delivering services in assigned programs, supporting the pursuit of funding through grants and events, and overseeing volunteer recruitment, including VISTA.
    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES: * Responsible for the delivery and coordination of assigned programs, including ensuring the fulfillment of contract projections and obligations. * Responsible for researching, identifying and preparing grant applications; assists with grant writing. * Develops and implements marketing and fund development campaigns. * Coordinates several annual special events. * Works as part of the Community Services and Communications team in developing and promoting Community Services programs and funding. * Responsible for recruitment and supervision of interns and volunteers. * Responsible for agency VISTA and volunteer recruitment services. * Responsible for the coordination of existing and new programs related to providing outreach and basic services to clients visiting the Community Resource Center.
    OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES: *Attends staff meetings and training seminars as required. *Other related duties as assigned.
    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in Human Services or related field and minimum of 3 years' related experience. Experience and or training in grant writing, program management, fund development, and public speaking preferred. Knowledge of DSHS services preferred.
    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Valid Washington State Driver’s License at time of hire. Good driving record. A three-year driving abstract must be submitted prior to hire date.
    * Excellent innovation ability. Must be able to turn outreach activities into sustainable programs for the service center. * Above–average investigative skills; ability to research, analyze, and collect information focusing on development of new grant opportunities. * Ability to plan and coordinate multiple projects. * Outstanding communication and presentation skills. * Outstanding time management and organizational skills. * Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to establish professional relationships with staff and community in order to coordinate and complete projects. * High level of initiative with self-motivation and self-direction ability. * Ability to supervise interns and volunteers
    GENERAL PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Strength: Lifting and carrying general office supplies, typically weighing less than 25 pounds. Manual Dexterity: Sitting for long periods while keyboarding on the computer, performing routine clerical tasks or speaking and taking notes by telephone and at meetings. Mobility: Sitting for long periods, driving. Visual Discrimination: Staring at a computer screen while performing routine functions Driving Hearing: Ability to listen on the phone, while taking notes of the conversation and participating in meetings. Concentration: Frequently assists in creating new or improved methods, procedures or systems, including resolution of differences of opinion, using tact and diplomacy, such as settling complaints or negotiating with a diversity of agency and community resources. Resolution of issues may occasionally require actions beyond standard practices. Conceptualization: Situations encountered may be unclear and may require clarification. Determining the correct answer may require conducting significant analysis or information gathering, as well as full knowledge of the functional field and the agency's policies, practices, and precedents. Judgment/Temperament: Frequently assists in creating new or improved methods, procedures, or systems. Decisions and recommendations typically have a significant impact on Community Services operation, services, accountability, or cost effectiveness. Provides occasional guidance regarding daily issues, short term planning, and some long range planning, which enables others to take action. This position involves minimal supervision; acts within stated goals and established practices; determines appropriate actions to attain desired results. Participates as a team member to accomplish goals. Results are not typically reviewed until after completion. WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in a fast-paced office environment and in our service community with frequent interruptions and occasional crisis situations. Position requires regular travel within the Agency's service area for outreach events, community networking, meetings, special workshops and trainings, and other job-related activities.
    TO APPLY: Applications and application instructions may be found at: www.oppco.org Paper copies of the applications may be picked up at: Opportunity Council 1419 Cornwall Ave. Bellingham, WA 98225 Applications must be received no later than 4:00 pm, Wednesday, February 25, 2015.
    Hours:
    M - F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Address:
    1419 Cornwall Ave.
    City:
    Bellingham, WA
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    2/25/2015
    Pay Rate:
    $18.05 +
  • Outside Construction Lineman - NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Employer:
    NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Journeymen linemen build and maintain electrical power systems. They do all the work from the point of generation (power plants) all the way to the customer's meter. The lines may be on overhead structures (up to 500’ plus) or in underground vaults and trenches in rural and metropolitan areas. Linemen also do work on traffic signals and street lights. The work is physically demanding, on all kinds of terrain and weather conditions from freezing blizzard conditions to temperatures over 100 degrees. Climbing electrical towers and poles during all seasons and weather is required to get the job done. At times power lines fail or become inoperable due to bad weather and storms, this is when the outside electrical industry performs critical duties

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

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

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

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

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

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

    To apply: Fill out an application in the Tutoring Center, Building H, Room 9 at BTC. For questions, call 360-752-8499. Employer: Bellingham Technical College
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Pathway to Apprenticeship - Puget Sound Energy
    Employer:
    Puget Sound Energy
    If you are looking for a hands-on job that may lead into an exciting and rewarding career in the electrical trades, PSE’s Pathway to Apprenticeship could be the right move for you!
    Puget Sound Energy is seeking people interested in qualifying for future Pathway to Apprenticeship (PTA) opportunities in the energy sector. PTA jobs are entry level positions that may lead into Apprenticeship opportunities. These positions give you the opportunity to learn about the company and work with a diverse group of people while learning the tools of the trade.
    PSE offers Apprenticeship programs in: Substation Wire, Hydro Electrician, Hydro Mechanic, Electric Meter and Combustion Turbine Specialist.
    As Apprentice openings become available, they will be filled based on seniority by employees holding PTA positions.
    Minimum requirements to test:
    *18 years of age
    *High school diploma or GED
    *1 full year of high school level algebra with a grade of “C” or better or college equivalent

    Selection process overview:
    *Applicants meeting the minimum requirements will be invited to take the National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (NJATC) test for the electrical industry.
    *Upon receipt of the online application a full packet of apprenticeship required forms and materials will be sent via email for completion and submission prior to testing.
    *Supplementary application materials must be received by 4:00 PM on March 20, 2015. No exceptions will be made. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure this gets submitted back to PSE.
    *The NJATC test will occur on April 9, 2015 in Bellevue, WA.
    *Applicants successfully scoring 7 or better on the NJATC test will be invited to interview. Applicants will then receive a score based off their interview and test scores and will be ranked in the PTA Qualified Pool.
    *As PTA positions become available, they will be offered to those in the qualified pool in order of the combined scores.
    *Successful candidates will be required to participate in PTA training opportunities.
    *Those holding PTA positions are then eligible to bid on apprenticeship positions as they become available. This is in part of the occupational progression as outlined in the collective bargaining agreement.

    Other:
    *These are safety sensitive positions which are subject to random DOT drug and/or alcohol testing.
    *These are IBEW Represented positions and the successful candidates will become members of the IBEW.
    *The selected candidate will need to be able to obtain a Commercial Drivers License (CDL).
    *Job opportunities will be throughout PSE’s service territory which covers much of Western Washington. Relocation may be required.
    *Candidates will be subject to pre-employment screening including a physical capacity assessment (for ability to perform essential job functions).
    *Pay for PTA positions will be at least $15.27 per hour. Apprentice positions start at $32.50 per hour.

    **For further information contact: pseapprenticeship@pse.com
    Program standards can be viewed at: http://www.lni.wa.gov.
    This is an excellent opportunity to play an integral role within PSE to help us better serve the environment, our customers and the communities in which they live. PSE provides an environment where all employees are valued, respected and provided with the opportunity to achieve maximum performance. We offer a comprehensive pay package that includes competitive compensation, annual goals-based incentive bonuses, comprehensive cafeteria-style benefits, 401(K), a company paid retirement pension plan and an employee assistance and wellness program. Gain the energy to do great things through a career with Puget Sound Energy!
    PSE is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We encourage persons of diverse backgrounds to apply.
    Should you have a disability that requires assistance and/or reasonable accommodation with the job application process, please contact the Human Resources Staffing department at jobs@pse.com or 425-462-3017.
    Please apply online at http://www.PSE.com/careers
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
  • Personal Trainer - Bellingham Fitness
    Employer:
    Bellingham Fitness
    We offer:
    -The opportunity to earn the highest pay in the industry. We pay our trainers up to $50/hour of training.
    -Leading edge continuing education taught weekly in our club.
    -A positive, upbeat work environment and team atmosphere.

    To be considered, you must:
    Want a full time, long-term career as a Personal Trainer.
    Must be committed to top notch service and results to retain current clients.
    Coachable and wanting to learn
    Willing to prospect and generate new clients
    Maintain a healthful professional appearance
    High-energy, friendly, hard-working and reliable

    It is preferred if you have:
    A strong background in competitive sports

    Apply in person only M-F afternoon and hand application directly to Todd or Jason:
    Bellingham Fitness
    1730 N. State St.
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    www.BellinghamFitness.com
    Closes:
    2/27/2015
  • Power Line Clearance Tree Trimmer - NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Employer:
    NW Line JATC Apprenticeship
    Power Line clearance tree trimming is maintenance of power line rights of ways intended to prevent interruption of utility electrical service to their customers. A line clearance tree trimmer engages in a variety of tree maintenance operations which include tree pruning, tree removal, and brush cleaning. Much of this work is done in the vicinity of high voltage, energized power lines. Individual working in this trade must remain alert, and aware of the extreme hazards associated with such work, at all times.

    QUALIFICATIONS: 18 years or older.

    TO APPLY you can download an application from our website, nwlinejatc.com, or call the office at, 503-253-8202, and ask to have one mailed to you.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Precast Concrete Estimator - Cascade Concrete
    Employer:
    Cascade Concrete
    Estimator Job Responsibilities:
    Prepares cost estimates by analyzing proposals and requirements

    Estimator Job Duties:
    Prepares work to be estimated by gathering proposals, blueprints, specifications and related documents from publications, plan centers and inquiries.
    Computes costs by analyzing labor, material and time requirements.

    Estimator Skills and Qualifications:
    Analyzing information, estimating, planning, reporting research results, ability to read blueprints, attention to detail

    Location: Burlington WA
    Salary: $14-15 per hour Contact: Fax qualifications to 757-2955
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
  • Receptionist - Icicle Seafoods
    Employer:
    Icicle Seafoods
    Title of Position: Receptionist
    Work Location: Naknek

    Position Summary:
    The primary job responsibility of the receptionist is to provide assistance to the main office. The receptionist will route incoming calls, greet and help people as they come through the door, handle incoming and outgoing mail, copy and file paperwork, help to facilitate the movement of fishermen and processors from airport to their destinations, etc.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    *Answer phones and field phone calls to appropriate people
    *Assist and direct people as they come through the door
    *Assist fishermen in filling out pre-season paperwork
    *Copying, filing
    *Issuing purchase orders
    *Sorting, labeling, logging mail
    *Help with data entry when needed
    *Assist Office Manager and Office Coordinator with tasks as assigned

    Skill and experience required:
    *Must have previous experience in an office setting
    *Must be willing and able to learn new tasks quickly
    *Must have good communication skills
    *Must be able to work with a wide variety of people
    *Must be able to switch roles at a moment’s notice in order to help with new tasks
    *Must have the ability to work in a high paced environment
    *Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel
    *Must have general computer knowledge and skills
    *Ability to perform multiple tasks with minimal supervision
    *Must have the ability to work well under pressure, 12 or more hours per day, 7 days per week
    *Must be willing to live and work in confined quarters
    *Must be reliable and prompt
    *Must be self-motivating

    Work Schedule:
    *Ability to work in remote Alaska for approximately 6 weeks, June-July. Must be able to work 12 or more hours a day, 7 days a week in an intense fast paced environment.
    Work Environment:
    *The Naknek facility is a support office, on land, where no processing takes place. We do all data entry for Bristol Bay and provide fleet support, as well as support for our land plants and floating processors.
    To apply go to www.workwithfish.com
    For any questions email Hayley at hayleym@icicleseafoods.com
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
  • Receptionist/Scheduler - Skagit Radiology
    Employer:
    Skagit Radiology
    OCCUPATION SUMMARY:
    This position greets patients and visitors, answers telephones, transfers calls and takes messages, registers patients in RIS, schedules patient appointments and requests payment from patient.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    1.Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and can identify each patient's requirements relative to his/her age-specific needs.
    2.Greets patients and visitors.
    3.Answer phones and takes messages or relays income calls.
    4.Schedules appointments.
    5.Makes reminder appointment phone calls to patients.
    6.Registers patient and inputs patient demographics into computer.
    7.Receives payment from patient and maintains and balances cash drawer.
    8.Keep track of office supplies needed and communicate with person ordering
    9.Performs some clerical duties such as filing, typing, opening and distributing mail. Readies patient letters, reports, and other correspondence from mammography reporting and tracking system.
    10. Maintains work area and lobby in neat and orderly manner.
    11.Attends meetings as required.

    MARGINAL FUNCTIONS:
    1.Possesses knowledge of Continuous Quality Improvement principles.
    2.Must have demonstrated ability to interact positively with Supervisors, peers, co-workers, subordinates, patients and visitors.
    3.Must meet regular attendance standards and must stay at or below average sick leave utilization levels.
    4.Other duties as assigned.

    SPECIFICATIONS:
    1.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
    *Knowledge of medical terminology
    *Knowledge of healthcare insurance procedures.
    *Strong organizational, interpersonal communication skills and ability to solve problems required
    *Proficient in Microsoft Office applications
    *Possess ability to work independently, with a minimum of supervision
    *Ability to apply written guidelines and standardized work practices; identify problems; communicate clearly.
    2.Training and Education usually associated with this occupation:
    *High School diploma and previous experience with hospital/clinic billing.
    *Previous experience in a busy physician practice preferred
    *Previous Medical records experience a plus.

    3.Typical Physical Demands:
    *Requires full range and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination for operation of all department equipment.
    *Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.

    4.Typical Working Conditions:
    *Primarily sedentary work: Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.
    *Operate a variety of computers, telephones and related equipment including personal computers, printers, interfacing hardware, and software packages

    To apply, find the application online at www.skagitradiology.com
    Closes:
    3/2/2015
  • SEL Careers - SEL
    Employer:
    SEL
    Join an industry leader in power system protection, technology, service, and value. We develop and manufacture products and solutions for the protection, control, monitoring, and automation of electric power systems worldwide.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    For more information, please visit https://www.selinc.com/careers/
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Structural Auto Body Technician - Gerber Collision & Glass
    Employer:
    Gerber Collision & Glass
    The Structural Auto body Technician is focused on completing quality repairs in a timely fashion.
    *Complete repairs as described on the work order
    *Work in harmony with the production schedule
    *Help maintain a positive working environment.

    Applicants interested in this position should have experience gained through a similar position. Thorough knowledge of automobiles and the collision repair process is expected. Strong work ethic, and great attendance are very important as well.

    Requirements
    *2-5+ years of collision repair experience
    *Ability to complete light to heavy collision damage, including frame work
    *High quality focus
    *High production capabilities
    *Strong work ethic and attendance
    *I-CAR certifications are preferred
    *Properly equipped toolbox

    Compensation & Benefits
    *Competitive Wages
    *Flex Benefit Plan, Health, Dental and Vision
    *Short and Long Term Disability

    Our Competitive Advantage
    * We are busy year round, with a lot of work as a result of our strong insurance partner relationships
    * Our shops are ICAR Gold Class certified
    * We offer a clean work environment, our shops are bright and well ventilated, with top of the line equipment
    * We offer a National Warranty program, ensuring the repairs are of the highest standards

    Take the first step toward building your career at Gerber Collision & Glass and apply at http://www.gerbercollision.com/employment or send your resume to GerberCollision@ADP.com
    Closes:
    3/1/2015
  • Student COACH - Bellingham Technical College
    Employer:
    Bellingham Technical College
    The Student COACH Program is in its third year at BTC. This year we hope to have 12 coaches working on campus supporting student success and transition.

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

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

    TO APPLY: If you would like to recommend a student for a BTC COACH Program, contact Maryn Gunning at mgunning@btc.ctc.edu or Cherie Hollifield at chollifield@btc.ctc.edu
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Technicians - Williams
    Employer:
    Williams
    Instrumentation & Control graduates - check out Williams Pipeline at http://www.williams.com/careers/Technicians.aspx.

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

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

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

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

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

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

    JOIN THE MISSION!!!
    If this sounds like an organization that fits you, please contact us today at Jobs@providence.org or 1-866-Prov-Job. To expedite the process, please let us know your top 2 location preferences.
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Variety of Culinary Positions - 12 Tribes Resort and Casino
    Employer:
    12 Tribes Resort and Casino
    Food & Beverage Manager $35,505 – $49,707
    Under the direction of the Executive Chef, the Food and Beverage Manager will primarily oversee front of the house operations that affect sales including guest satisfaction, food and beverage quality, ambiance, cleanliness, promotions and service standards for both restaurants and bars.
    *Minimum 5 years experience in Food & Beverage management.
    *Minimum 6-8 years food industry experience.
    *Computer literate, exceptional communication skills, valid driver’s license, obtain Tribal Gaming license, food handlers card and Class 12 permit, Serv Safe certification.

    Asian Chef $45,596 - $66,115
    Oversees day to day running of the Yu’ for both lunch and dinner periods. Responsible for training staff in quality control and consistency, controlling labor and food costs, generating profit.
    *Min 6 years in free standing Asian restaurant or high end resort or casino.
    *Formal training in culinary school.
    *3 years experience as Sous Chef in management, obtain Tribal Gaming license, Wash State food handlers card, good communication skills (verbal, written, reading).

    Executive Sous Chef $45,596 - $66,115
    Executive Sous Chef takes over in Executive Chefs absence. Oversees Kitchen for the day to day running of outlets. Help Line staff in quality control, consistency adhering to recipe cards, presentations and taste of food products .Trouble shooting with foresight in all outlets working cohesively with both front and back of the house Managers and Staff.
    *10 years food industry in high end resorts, casinos, four star.
    *Formal training in culinary school.
    *5 yrs exp as Sous Chef in management position, obtain Tribal Gaming license, Wash State food handlers card, good communication skills (verbal, written, reading).

    Send resumes to hr@colvillecasinos.com
    Contact Human Resources 509-422-7789
    Closes:
    3/5/2015
  • Variety of Positions - BNSF Railways
    Employer:
    BNSF Railways
    BNSF Railways has a variety of positions currently open. Follow the links to full position descriptions

    https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=18348&company=BNSF&username=

    https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=18676&company=BNSF&username=

    https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=18677&company=BNSF&username=
    Closes:
    5/20/2015
  • Variety of positions - The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    Employer:
    The Skagit Valley Casino Resort
    There are a variety of positions open with Skagit Valley Casino Resort. Please contact Kim for the most updated openings and to schedule an appointment to apply.
    Contact:
    Kim
    Phone:
    360-724-0190
    City:
    Bow, WA
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Various - Washington State Dept of Labor & Industry
    Employer:
    Washington State Dept of Labor & Industry
    The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) is one of the most exciting places to work in Washington state. L&I has its central office in Tumwater, 60 miles south of Seattle in the south Puget Sound region. L&I also has 20 local offices across the state. We have an active tuition-reimbursement program for continuing education. We promote wellness at L&I, including free courses in relaxation techniques and an exercise track that runs around the perimeter of the building grounds. L&I is the leading agency for ergonomics and we have comprehensive tools for keeping our employees safe against work-related injuries.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    In accordance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (AD), the Whatcom Volunteer Center will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs or activities.
    Contact:
    info@whatcomvolunteer.org
    Phone:
    360-734-3055
    Address:
    301 W Holly St, M-06
    City:
    Bellingham
    Zip:
    98225
    Closes:
    12/31/2015
  • Watch Technician Customer Service Specialist - Momentum Watch
    Employer:
    Momentum Watch
    Watch Technician Customer Service Specialist
    No past experience repairing watches is needed, we will train you, but a love of watches is essential.

    We are a specialty manufacturer and distributor of high quality sports watches. Our company is built around a strong team of dedicated employees who enjoy coming to work each day and have all helped to build our reputation for great products, reasonable prices and unmatched customer service.

    What kind of person are we looking for to excel in this position?
    1. A steady hand and ability to work well with your hands.
    2. An eagerness to learn new things and take on new challenges.
    3. Upbeat positive attitude, a good telephone manner and a desire to interact with customers on the phone.
    4. An ability to assess current processes and find ways to increase productivity of that process.
    5. A superb attention to detail and the ability to multi-task and step in where the work needs to be done.
    6. The ability to effectively listen, take direction, and carry out tasks efficiently.

    E-mail resumes to jobs@momentumwatch.com
    Closes:
    3/3/2015