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BBCC Career Services offers a broad range of information and assistance for individuals

  • Job/career exploration
  • Education/training requirements
  • Job hunting techniques
  • Employment opportunities, internships, mentorships, and work experience
  • Industry and business tours
  • Career assessments for determining the right career

Computer resources and software programs include  

  • Resume creation
  • Career exploration
  • Employment preparation
  • Videos demonstrating interview techniques
  • Access local, state and nationwide websites and databases for job search

In person appointments are available

  • Career exploration
  • Job search
  • Resume preparation and review
  • Interview preparation or any other related topic

Career Services is a free benefit available to current, potential students, and alumni of Big Bend Community College.

EMPLOYER OF THE DAY EVENTS:

04/19/2018           Aerotek, hiring for Genie Industries, on campus hiring for 3 different positions.  Find them in front of the cafeteria 9-noon –interviews on site!!

Job Openings

04/04/2018 Lead Adult Adventure Day Counselor, Seattle Area closes 05/31/2018

Company Name                    Outdoors for All Foundation
Contact Person                      Elliot Howard
Phone                                     206-838-6030 x270
Email                                      ellioth@outdoorsforall.org
How to Apply:                       Please send Cover Letter and Resume to: Elliot Howard, Program Manager
Job Title                                 Lead Adult Adventure Day Counselor
Job Description/Qualification:
Days/Hours: May 21 to September 21 / Monday- Friday / 35- 40 hours per wk.
2 Locations: Magnuson Park in Seattle
Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah
Purpose: Safely facilitate Outdoor Recreation activities
Day camp for people ages 18 and older with disabilities.
Supervise Day Camp Staff and Volunteers.
Supervisor: Assistant Manager: Jacqueline Reyes, Program Manager: Elliot Howard
Compensation:              Lead Day Camp Counselor: $16/ hr & Sick Leave
Job Type: Temporary
Responsibilities:
Maintain safety of participants and staff at all times
Facilitate Day Camp activities, including cycling, kayaking, climbing and hiking
Provide excellent customer service through communicating with both parents and caregivers
Supervise Day Camp Counselors and Volunteers
Drive Outdoors for All vehicles with participants and/or equipment
Load, unload and operate recreational equipment as needed for the program
Maintain accurate and organized paperwork in regard to attendance, bus logs and Outdoors for All reporting policies.
Expectations:
Attend staff trainings prior to Adult Adventure Days (May 21- 25)
Be flexible, creative and adaptable to situations
Maintain a positive attitude
Be prompt, dependable and prepared for each activity
Continue to develop knowledge of disabilities, recreational activities and adaptive techniques
Basic Requirements:
Must be 18 years of age
Current Driver’s License
Current CPR and First Aid
Pro-active leadership and communication skills
Ability to give and receive feedback in a positive manner
Commitment to all responsibilities and expectations.
Preferred Requirements
CPR/First Aid
Driver’s License
Location                     Seattle
Base Pay                     16/hr & Sick Leave
Job Closing Date       05-14-2018

04/04/2018 Adult Adventure Day Camp Counselor, Seattle Area closes 06/04/2018

Company Name        Outdoors for All Foundation
Contact Person          Elliot Howard
Phone                         206-838-6030 x270
Email                          ellioth@outdoorsforall.org
Website Address       www.outdoorsforall.org
How to Apply:          Please send Cover Letter and Resume to: Elliot Howard, Program Manager
Job Title                     Adult Adventure Day Counselor
Job Description/Qualification
Job Type: Seasonal: May 21 to September 21 / Monday to Friday / approximately 8am- 4pm
(all dates required)
Job Summary: Safely facilitate outdoor recreation programs to people, ages 18+, with and without disabilities. Support Day Camp programming through creative and fun activity planning, recreation activity delivery and feedback.
Location: Outings based from Magnuson Park in Seattle, Lake Sammamish State Park in Sammamish and Marymoor Park in Redmond. Activities include travel on most days. Transportation is available to and from base area to satellite locations.
Supervisor: Assistant Manager: Jacqueline Reyes, Program Manager: Elliot Howard
Status: Seasonal
Hours/Days: Training is May 21-25. Camp is May 21 – September 21 / Monday to Friday / 35 – 40hrs per week
Job Type: Temporary
Salary: $15.00 /hour & Sick Leave
Responsibilities
Maintain safety of participants, volunteers and staff at all times during day camp activities.
Deliver adaptive and therapeutic recreation programs. Provide instruction in adaptive sports such as cycling, hiking, camping, rock climbing, and paddling.
Support high quality delivery of day camp activities through incorporation of therapeutic recreation techniques, responding to parent and participant requests, setting-up, taking down and storage of equipment, and care and safety of Outdoors for All vehicles.
Problem-solve unexpected changes in activity plans, camper and/or volunteer participation as a team.
Drive Outdoors for All vehicles, trailers and equipment for event and program needs. Load, unload and operate recreational equipment as needed for the program.
Ensure day camp supplies, equipment, and vehicles are stocked and ready for use as needed.
Store and care for equipment and vehicles to ensure they are safe and reliable for current and future programs.
Provide feedback to parents/ caregivers as needed in the form of daily progress reports, behavior reports, morning or afternoon check-ins, phone calls and/or e-mails.
Be a positive representative and promoter of Outdoors for All programs, events and activities in our community.
Maintain accurate paperwork, including attendance and pick-up/drop off signature sheets, program activity reports, gas and activity receipts, incident and behavior incident report forms, vehicle logs, etc.
Comply with Outdoors for All safety and health policies and procedures.
Be on-time and prepared for each day camp activity.
Participate fully as member of the Outdoors for All summer seasonal staff team.
Other duties as identified.
Basic Requirements
18 years of age or older
Valid Washington State Driver’s License; must verify own auto insurance; ability to be insured by our insurance provider.
Current First Aid card and CPR training. Lifeguard certification a plus.
Passion for and experience in adaptive techniques and/or ability to assist rock climbing, cycling, hiking and kayaking.
Experience working with individuals with disability and/or children.
Ability to be flexible, creative and positive in a variety of situations.
Ability to consistently lift, carry and load adaptive cycles and other equipment that may weigh 50 pounds.
Commitment to a positive, fun and team-oriented working environment.
Ability to attend Adult Adventure Day training from May 21 – 25.
Preferred Requirements
CPR/First Aid
Driver’s License
Location                     Seattle area
Base Pay                     15/hr & Sick Leave
Job Closing Date       05-14-2018
How to apply:            Email

04/04/2018 Lead Camp Counselor, Seattle/Issaquah/Redmond area Closes 06/04/2018

Company Name        Outdoors for All Foundation
Contact Person          Elliot Howard
Phone                         206-838-6030 x270
Email                          ellioth@outdoorsforall.org
Website Address       http://www.outdoorsforall.org 
How to Apply            Please send Cover Letter and Resume to: Elliot Howard, Program Manager
Job Title                     Lead Day Camp Counselor
Job Description/Qualification
Days/Hours: June 11 to August 31 / Monday- Friday / 35- 40 hours per wk
3 Locations: Magnuson Park in Seattle, Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah, Marymoor Park in Redmond.
Purpose: Safely facilitate Outdoor Recreation activities
Day camp for people ages 5- 18 with disabilities.
Supervise Day Camp Staff and Volunteers.
Supervisor: Assistant Manager: Jacqueline Reyes, Program Manager: Elliot Howard
Pay & Benefits          Lead Day Camp Counselor: $16/ hr & sick leave
Job Type: Temporary
Responsibilities
Maintain safety of participants and staff at all times
Facilitate Day Camp activities, including cycling, kayaking, climbing and hiking
Provide excellent customer service through communicating with both parents and caregivers
Supervise Day Camp Counselors and Volunteers
Drive Outdoors for All vehicles with participants and/or equipment
Load, unload and operate recreational equipment as needed for the program
Maintain accurate and organized paperwork in regard to attendance, bus logs and Outdoors for All reporting policies.
Basic Requirements
Attend staff trainings prior to Day Camp (June 11- 15)
Be flexible, creative and adaptable to situations
Maintain a positive attitude
Be prompt, dependable and prepared for each activity
Continue to develop knowledge of disabilities, recreational activities and adaptive techniques
Preferred Requirements
CPR/First Aid
Driver’s License
Location                                 Seattle, Issaquah & Redmond
Base Pay                                 16/hr & Sick Leave
Job Closing Date                   06-04-2018
How to apply                         Email

04/04/2018 Camp Counselor, Seattle WA Closes 06/04/2018

Company Name:                   Outdoors for All Foundation
Contact Person:                    Elliot Howard
Phone:                                    206-838-6030 x270
Email:                                     ellioth@outdoorsforall.org
Website Address:                  outdoorsforall.org
How to apply:                        Email, submit resume and cover letter to supervisor
         Please send Cover Letter and Resume to: Elliot Howard, Program Manager
Job Title                                 Day Camp Counselor
Job Description/Qualification
Job Type: Seasonal: June 11 to August 31 / Monday to Friday / approximately 8am- 4pm
(all dates required)
Interviews: Starting ASAP
Job Summary: Safely facilitate outdoor recreation programs to people, ages 5- 17, with and without disabilities. Support Day Camp programming through creative and fun activity planning, recreation activity delivery and feedback.
Location: Outings based from Magnuson Park in Seattle, Lake Sammamish State Park in Sammamish and Marymoor Park in Redmond. Activities include travel on most days. Transportation is available to and from base area to satellite locations.
Supervisor: Assistant Manager: Jacqueline Reyes, Program Manager: Elliot Howard
Salary : $15.00/ hr.
Status: Seasonal
Hours/Days: Training is Jun 11- 15. Camp is June 18- August 31 / Monday to Friday / 35 – 40hrs per week
Benefits: sick leave
Please send Cover Letter and Resume to: Elliot Howard, Program Manager
Job Type: Temporary
Responsibilities
Maintain safety of participants, volunteers and staff at all times during day camp activities.
Deliver adaptive and therapeutic recreation programs. Provide instruction in adaptive sports such as cycling, hiking, camping, rock climbing, and paddling.
Support high quality delivery of day camp activities through incorporation of therapeutic recreation techniques, responding to parent and participant requests, setting-up, taking down and storage of equipment, and care and safety of Outdoors for All vehicles.
Problem-solve unexpected changes in activity plans, camper and/or volunteer participation as a team.
Drive Outdoors for All vehicles, trailers and equipment for event and program needs. Load, unload and operate recreational equipment as needed for the program.
Ensure day camp supplies, equipment, and vehicles are stocked and ready for use as needed.
Store and care for equipment and vehicles to ensure they are safe and reliable for current and future programs.
Provide feedback to parents/ caregivers as needed in the form of daily progress reports, behavior reports, morning or afternoon check-ins, phone calls and/or e-mails.
Be a positive representative and promoter of Outdoors for All programs, events and activities in our community.
Maintain accurate paperwork, including attendance and pick-up/drop off signature sheets, program activity reports, gas and activity receipts, incident and behavior incident report forms, vehicle logs, etc.
Comply with Outdoors for All safety and health policies and procedures.
Be on-time and prepared for each day camp activity.
Participate fully as member of the Outdoors for All summer seasonal staff team.
Other duties as identified.
Basic Requirements
18 years of age or older
Valid Washington State Driver’s License; must verify own auto insurance; ability to be insured by our insurance provider.
Current First Aid card and CPR training. Lifeguard certification a plus.
Passion for and experience in adaptive techniques and/or ability to assist rock climbing, cycling, hiking and kayaking.
Experience working with individuals with disability and/or children.
Ability to be flexible, creative and positive in a variety of situations.
Ability to consistently lift, carry and load adaptive cycles and other equipment that may weigh 50 pounds.
Commitment to a positive, fun and team-oriented working environment.
Ability to attend Day Camp training from June 11- 15.
Preferred Requirements
CPR/First Aid
Driver’s License
Location:                   Seattle
Base Pay                     15/hr
Job Closing Date       06-04-2018
How would you like to be contacted           Email

04/04/2018 Seasonal Scale House Attendant, Ritzville, WA Immediate Need

Ritzville Warehouse Co.   Odessa Trading Company
Address:               201 E. 1st Avenue              Ritzville, WA
Phone:                 509-659-0130
Website:              ritzwhse.com
How to Apply:    Phone  Call Dave Kommes at 509-660-0985

Seasonal Harvest Positions at Ritzville Warehouse Company – Scale House
Job Summary:
Ritzville Warehouse Company is looking for seasonal workers to work at our country elevators scale houses throughout the countryside during this year’s wheat harvest. Seasonal positions at the elevators scale houses will be primarily responsible for weighing inbound and outbound farmer wheat trucks and semi-trucks that delivery wheat to the wheat elevator. Additionally, scale house positions will be responsible for working with the farmers/truck drivers on opening/closing farmer field lots along with documenting the lot samples for submission to state grain grading offices. This job position will mostly be done inside a scale house (typically have air conditioning) All necessary training and explanations will be provided by the company prior to harvest.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Report to an assigned wheat elevator by a specified time for a specified duration of time. Consistent attendance is required.
  • Operate weight scale to measure the weight of inbound/outbound farmer wheat trucks and farmer semi-trucks.
  • Work with farmers/truck drivers when farmers start a new field lot by assigning lot number, opening weight ticket for field lot, closing weight ticket for field lot, identifying and documenting lot samples that will be submitted to the state grain grading office.
  • Calculating end of day weight tickets by farmer field lot numbers.
  • Being able to manage multiple farm trucks coming into the elevator with multiple varieties of wheat and be able to manage and document multiple farm names with multiple field lot numbers.

Job Duration:
Harvest Timeline – 4 to 6 weeks; hours as needed
Peak Harvest Timeline – 3 to 4 weeks; 8:00 am to 9:00 pm a day; 6 to 7 days a week

 Job Compensation:
$11-15/hour; depends on skill-set. Over-time starts after 40hr/week.

04/04/2018 Agricultural Seasonal Harvest Position, Ritzville, WA Immediate Need

Ritzville Warehouse Co.   Odessa Trading Company
Address:               201 E. 1st Avenue              Ritzville, WA
Phone:                 509-659-0130
Website:              ritzwhse.com
How to Apply:    Phone  Call Dave Kommes at 509-660-0985
Seasonal Harvest Positions at Ritzville Warehouse Company
Job Summary:
Ritzville Warehouse Company is looking for seasonal workers to work at our country elevators throughout our trade area during this year’s wheat harvest. Seasonal positions at the elevators will be primarily responsible for unloading farmers’ wheat trucks as the wheat trucks come into the elevator along with segregating different wheat varieties into the different elevator silos. This job position will require you to be outside for most of the day and will require some manual labor.  All necessary training and expectations will be provided by the Ritzville Warehouse Company. Potential full-time positions may be available after the end of the harvest season.
Job Responsibilities:

  • Report to an assigned wheat elevator by a specified time for a specified duration of time. Consistent attendance is required.
  • Open farmers’ wheat truck tailgates or semi-truck hopper bottoms for unloading the wheat into the elevator inbound pits.
  • Instructing wheat truck drivers to lift truck beds in the unloading process of the wheat from the wheat truck into the elevator inbound pits.
  • Operating the elevator inbound pit equipment to convey the different varieties of wheat to designated elevator silos as instructed by managers.
  • Occasional shoveling and/or sweeping wheat from farmers’ wheat trucks or around the elevator pits.
  • Taking wheat samples from each truck load that is brought in by each farmer.
  • Operating the elevator outbound equipment for unloading wheat from the elevator silos to company semi-trucks.
  • Ability to manage multiple farm trucks coming into the elevator with several varieties of wheat and be able to operate elevator equipment to segregate the different varieties of wheat.
  • Follow/observe all company safety policies.
  • Other projects/responsibilities as needed.

 Job Duration:
Harvest Timeline – 4 to 6 weeks; hours as needed
Peak Harvest Timeline – 3 to 4 weeks; 8:00 am to 9:00 pm a day; 6 to 7 days a week

Job Compensation:
$11-15/hour; depends on skill-set. Over-time starts after 40hr/week.

04/04/2018 Tractor Driver-Harvest, Quincy, WA Immediate Need

Company Name                    BBSI
Contact Person                      Alicia Devereux
Phone                                     509-350-4390
Email                                      alicia.devereux@bbsihq.com
How would you like to be contacted           Email
Job Title                                 Seasonal Tractor Driver
Job Description/Qualification
Safely and efficiently operate Harvest equipment on assigned fields
§ Drive tractor that pulls either a Baler, Stacker, or Rake
§ Timely report to assigned area or field
§ Other duties as assigned
Minimum Qualifications:
§ Hold a valid Driver’s License
§ Harvest experience preferred
§ Able and willing to follow and understand the directions from the Harvest Manager and/or Lead.
Preferred Qualifications:
§ Previous Hay Harvesting Experience.
Responsibilities
Safely and efficiently operate Harvest equipment on assigned fields
§ Drive tractor that pulls either a Baler, Stacker, or Rake
§ Timely report to assigned area or field using your own transportation
§7 days a week during high season – need to be reliable
*Other duties as assigned
Location                     Quincy area
Base Pay                     TBD
Job Closing Date                               05-07-2018
How would you like to be contacted           Email

04/04/2018 Parks and Rec Maintenance Positions, Moses Lake, WA

Moses Lake Parks and Recreation
Offering Summer Employment Opportunities in Maintenance Department
Apply today:       www.mlrec.com
Phone:                 509-764-3805
Address:               411 S. Balsam Street, Moses Lake

Positions include:

  • Pool Maintenance
  • Ball Field Maintenance
  • Mower Operations
  • Custodial Maintenance
  • Park Maintenance

Jobs that give you quality work experience!

04/04/2018 Corn Inspector-Central Basin, Need ASAP

WSDA seeks corn inspectors—Application Deadline has been extended
Employment Dates:
June 16, 2018 – August 15, 2018: field corn inspector

One – Four positions available as field corn inspector.

Job Location: various field production locations within Central Washington (Central Basin through Tri-Cities), Southeast Washington (Touchet to Walla Walla) and North Central Washington (Quincy to Moses Lake) with job duties assigned by geographic location.

Application Dead Line: EXTENDED Post Marked or E-mailed no later than February 2, 2018
 Introduction
The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA), Commodity Inspection Division, Seed Program is a fee supported program established by Washington State law to serve as the seed certifying agency for Washington State. The WSDA Seed Program is committed to providing accurate, timely, highest quality field inspections, and related certification services while continually striving for improvement in methods and technologies to assure our success and the success of our stakeholders.
Seed Certification Purpose
Under the authority of chapter RCW 15.49, the department adopts rules to establish standards for seed certification in Washington State in order to maintain and make available sources of high quality seeds and propagating material of plant varieties grown and distributed as to ensure genetic identity and genetic purity. For more information see: Seed Certification Chapter WAC 16-302.
WSDA Seed Field Inspector Duties
Inspections are conducted by trained personnel for crop genetic purity, pests, diseases, noxious weed contamination, and confirmation of truthful and lawful labeling of the marketed seed crop. Field inspectors inspecting approximately 113,000+ combined acres of seed crops including alfalfa, beans, clover, corn, flax, turf grass, forage and native grasses, peas, rapeseed, woody plants, and numerous other small seeded vegetables. Field inspectors certify crops in the field, conduct phytosanitary inspections for specified diseases, inspect conditioning plants, and conduct seed control inspections according to State and Federal seed production laws.

Corn certification work is entirely outdoors during all weather conditions. Field inspectors are expected to complete assigned duties during inclement weather including but not limited to summer heat, rain, and wind. Field terrain is sometimes harsh with poor footing on uneven ground with many uncertain obstacles. There are potentials to come into direct contact with pests, rodents, wildlife, and domestic animals while performing job duties. Seed inspectors make numerous contacts with seed company personnel, growers, and must follow established ethical practices to promote good public relations.
Phytosanitary Field Inspections and Procedures
Phytosanitary (Phyto) certificates are required by countries receiving imported seed from the United States. In the state of Washington, inspectors conduct visual seed and field inspections for pests and diseases in crops intended for export. This involves inspecting plants during the active growing season and noting any symptoms of disease (a list of diseases to inspect for is printed on the Phytosanitary Field Inspection Form AGR 651- 4712). Inspectors conduct field observations, check growth, crop purity, and may extract samples of foliage, soil, and roots as needed for official laboratory testing.
Intern Summer Duties by Job Duty
Corn Field Inspections start June 16 – August 15 and are inspecting for plant pollen and silk maturity at appropriate intervals. Inspectors will be trained on how to check stalks for pollen (shedders) and silk. Basic math determines the percentage of each and report these findings on a field report. Field observations are required for pests and diseases such as common smut. Corn fields are inspected for Foundation Seed and Hybrid Seed production in various locations across Washington. Field observations are recorded online via a mobile device to create reports.
Salary
Agriculture Inspector 2, Range 34, Step A, hourly $14.25, over-time eligibility, and state union represented.
Benefits
Sick leave and Annual leave is acquired during employment with applicable state rules for use based upon the number of months or length of employment. A State Motor Pool Car (MVP) is issued for official business use with a fuel card. A mobile device is issued for accessing online field maps and forms. There are occasional overnight travels for Seed Field Inspectors which are reimbursed by the state at standard per diem rates after submission of travel receipts.
Mandatory Duties and Skillset
Available 40+ hours per week during the crop growing season. Valid Driver’s License. Minimum age requirement is 18 for insurance purposes. Qualified to work within the United States. Background clearance for operation of a motor vehicle. Proficient verbal and written English skills. Neat hand writing. Basic mathematical skills. Live for the duration of employment in Central Washington (Central Washington Basin area – Othello; Northcentral Basin area – Quincy, Moses Lake; Southcentral Basin area – Pasco, Richland, Kennewick; Prosser or Yakima; Walla Walla – Touchet).

Computer skills are necessary with experience using MS Excel, MS Word, and proficient with E-mail. Ability to text and use a cell phone for communication. An ability to be proficient with mobile devices such as an iPad, mobile E-mail, mobile use of websites, and use of driving direction apps on a mobile devices is required for all field positions.

This job is entirely outdoors and inspectors will work in all elements. An ability to work outside in hot, cold, wind, and raining conditions is required. Field safety is a priority and unsafe weather conditions  will  cancel  work  as  determined by the Supervisor or Lead Supervisor. Personal protective equipment (PPE) is issued for all field staff including rubber boots, rain gear, leather gloves, hats, and various standard field supplies.
Desired Skills
Recent agriculture or horticulture back ground with relevant agriculture production coursework is highly desirable for any applicant. A desirable applicant is reliable, a self- starter, punctual, responsible, and able to work independently with minimal supervision while staying on task. The ability to stop work and ask questions for clarification is essential through the entire work season.
Application Details
Send a cover letter describing your interest and reason for applying. Identify your agriculture back ground and describe any related biological to agricultural based coursework or interests. Include the intended use of your degree or college program after graduation. Include two – three professional references for verification of work history or course attendance. Fill out the attached Washington State employment application and background check. Send all materials to the Field Supervisor listed below by the application deadline.

Applicants will be screened and the top candidates will be called for a phone or electronic (Skype/Facetime) interview. Arrangements will be made with the finalist for an on-site interview and tour of the Seed Program. 

Send Application Material to:
Paula Moore, Field Inspector Supervisor WSDA Seed Program
21 North 1st Avenue, Suite 203
Yakima, Washington 98902 E-mail pmoore@agr.wa.gov
Application Dead Line: EXTENDEDPost Marked or E-mailed no later than February 2, 2018

04/02/2018 School Psychologist Wenatchee, WA Closes 04/28/2018

Company Name                    North Central ESD
Contact Person                      Suzanne Reister
Phone                                     509-667-7100
Email                                      suzanner@ncesd.org
Website Address                   www.ncesd.org/jobs

Job Title                                 School Psychologist

Job Description/Qualification

This position is a rare opportunity to join an exciting team. The regional Educational Service District 171 (ESD 171) is seeking a dynamic team player interested in making an impact in the lives of district staff as the School Psychologist for multiple school districts within our ESD region. The School Psychologist provides a full range of school psychological services for ages 3-21 including screening and assessment; and designing remedial educational programs. Functions as a member and leader of the multidisciplinary team to determine a student’s eligibility for special services; appropriate programming; and on-going progress. Implements all procedures to meet compliance standards as outlined in the WAC’s in concert with ESD procedures and due process forms.

Responsibilities
• Provide individual and group services to children and/or parents that emphasize improved educational performance and/or conduct.
• Screen and evaluate students suspected of having a disability including selecting appropriate instruments, administering tests, observations, and writing reports which state the evaluation findings and provide for educational program recommendations.
• Participate as a member of the multi-disciplinary team and the individualized education program (IEP) committee contributing evaluation findings and collaborating on the child’s educational plan.
• Provide collaborative consultation and documentation of results including assisting basic education staff with suggestions and implementation of pre-referral intervention strategies.
• Provide recommendations and modifications to assist basic education staff in working with special education students in the classroom setting.
• Consult with parents, teachers, and other appropriate staff regarding the child’s program and any adaptations/materials needed to facilitate improved performance in the classroom or at home.
• Provide direct services through a variety of methods (e.g. classroom presentations, co-teaching in general education settings, in-services to staff/parents, etc.) as needed.
• Maintain appropriate data on students to document current levels of performance and other pertinent information. Re-evaluate, as appropriate, to determine extent of progress and effectiveness of therapy.
• Serve as a liaison between local school district(s) and NCESD.
• Establish and monitor the necessary caseloads, procedures, and resources to manage school psychologist services to students/staff, and work cooperatively to accomplish the goals of the IEP.
• Adhere to the ethical standards and codes of the profession and to the established rules, regulations, and laws governing special education programs. Participate in activities that promote professional development, and use clinical/educational research to enhance therapy services.

Basic Requirements
• Currently hold or qualify for Washington ESA school psychologist certificate
• Successful experience working in school psychology, counseling or related field
• Demonstrated knowledge of the current literature, issues and technical skills of the field of school psychology
• Working knowledge of Washington state and federal laws relating to students with disabilities
• Successful experience in an educational environment
• Knowledge and/or experience working with migrant/bilingual programs
• Demonstrated ability to produce high-quality and easily-understood written reports, letters and other professional correspondence
• Demonstrated effective communication and interpersonal skills, both orally and in writing
• Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
• Demonstrated organizational skills and commitment of follow through on tasks

Preferred Requirements
• Master’s degree in school psychology
• 5 years’ experience working as a school psychologist
• Bilingual in English and Spanish

Location                     Wenatchee, WA
Base Pay                     67237.00
Job Closing Date       04-28-2018
How would you like to be contacted           Email

04/02/2018 Birth-2 Special Ed Teacher, Wenatchee, WA Open until 05/01/2018

North Central ESD seeks Birth-3 Special Education Teacher

Company Name        North Central ESD
Contact Person          Suzanne Reister
Phone                         509-667-7100
Email                          suzanner@ncesd.org
Website Address       www.ncesd.org/jobs

Job Title                     Birth – 3 Special Education Teacher

Job Description/Qualification

This position is a rare opportunity to join an exciting team. The Birth – 3 Special Education Teacher will be responsible for planning and implementing child development services for infants, toddlers and preschool age children in partnership and coordination with the site Direct Services Team and families, promoting positive relationships at all times. Model appropriate communication skills, guidance techniques, and nurturing qualities and promote positive attachments between caregivers, children and families.

Responsibilities

  • Work cooperatively with families to plan and implement learning activities for infants, toddlers or children which correspond to IFSP outcomes; plan with other staff as needed.
    • Work in partnership with families, Family Resources Coordinators and IFSP teams in planning and implementing an environment where infants and toddlers can form positive attachments with parents and primary caregivers.
    • Establish and maintain an effective system of involving parents in developing children’s individual learning goals, preparing curriculum plans, documenting and recording children’s learning, and measuring child outcomes.
    • Maintain a working knowledge of developmental sequences and effectively apply information to carry out developmentally appropriate activities.
    • Maintain curriculum based assessment on student’s IFSP outcomes and document progress utilizing the Early Intervention data system.
    • Convey pertinent information to families regarding child’s developmental needs and progress with the program.
    • Apply current early intervention practices according to IDEA Part C.
    • Establish, monitor and adjust behavior management plans for individual children’s needs.
    • Work cooperatively with IFSP team to implement, train and monitor specialized behavior plans with appropriate children.
    • Access available resources; personnel, literature, research, in-services.
    • Obtain FRC certification and training.
    • Complete all required reports and records in an accurate and timely manner.
    • Work effectively with multidisciplinary team and other professionals regarding needs of infants and toddlers for assuring appropriate learning experiences.
    • Communicate appropriately and effectively with families, ESD staff, school district staff and early intervention providers.
    • Conduct appropriate assessments and/or evaluations to determine Part C eligibility and services.
    • Supervise student teachers and paraprofessionals in the provision of special instruction for eligible infants and toddlers.
    • Other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

  • Valid Washington teaching certificate with early childhood and/or special education endorsement.
    • Two years’ experience in writing individualized curriculum.
    • Two years’ experience in developing, executing and adjusting behavior management programs.
    • Two years’ experience in an educational setting.

Preferred Qualifications

  • 3 Early Childhood Special Education coursework or Birth-3 Early Childhood endorsement;
    • National teacher certification; or meet any of the core subject areas for highly qualified.
    • Proven experience in the administration and provisions of early childhood services.
    • Experience in serving students in rural or remote districts and the experience teaching children with disabilities
    • Valid Washington Driver’s License, insurance and the willingness to travel.

Location                     Wenatchee, WA
Base Pay                     36000.00
Job Closing Date       05-01-2018
How would you like to be contacted           Email

04/02/2018 Full Time Speech/Language Pathologist Wenatchee, WA Closes 04/11/2018

North Central ESD seeks full time speech & language pathologist

Company Name                    North Central ESD
Contact Person                      Suzanne Reister
Phone                                     1509-667-7100
Email                                      suzanner@ncesd.org 
Website Address                   www.ncesd.org/jobs

Job Title                                 Speech Language Pathologist

Job Description/Qualification

This position is a rare opportunity to join an exciting team. The regional Educational Service District 171 (ESD 171) is seeking a dynamic team player interested in making an impact in the lives of staff and students as a Speech Language Pathologist. The SLP will provide a full range of services to children ages 0-21. Responsibilities will include screening and assessment, designing treatment programs, providing direct therapy; and consulting with school staff, parents and outside agencies as appropriate; and function as a member of the multidisciplinary team to determine the child’s eligibility for services, appropriate programming and on-going progress.

Responsibilities

  • Provide direct therapy services to eligible children including articulation, voice, fluency, possible feeding therapy and language therapy which emphasizes improved educational performance.
    • Evaluate children who have been referred and determined to require a CD or birth to three assessments, including selecting appropriate instruments, administering tests, observations, and writing reports which state the evaluation findings, and provide for program recommendations.
    • Participate as a member of the multidisciplinary team and/or Individual Family Service Plan Team and the individualized education committee contributing evaluation findings and collaborating on the child’s program plan.
    • Consult with parent, teachers, and other staff involved with the student regarding the child’s program and any adaptations needed to facilitate improved performance in the classroom or at home.
    • Maintain appropriate data on students to document current levels of performance and other pertinent information. Re-evaluate, as appropriate, and determine extent of progress and effectiveness of therapy.
    • Serve as a liaison between the local school district and the NCESD.
    • Establish the necessary caseloads, procedures and resources to manage the CD program for children, and work cooperatively to accomplish the goals of the LEA and/or Early Intervention Program.
    • Adhere to the ethical standards and codes of the profession and to the established rules, regulations and laws governing communication disorders programs. Participate in activities that assist with professional development and evidence-based practices to enhance CDE and/or early intervention services.
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Required Education and Experience:

  • Current Washington State Certificate or ability to attain.
    • Experience working with children ages 0-21 years of age.
    • Master’s degree in Speech Pathology.
    • Valid Washington State Driver’s License.
    • Prior experience working with diverse cultures.
    • Ability to function independently and as a team member.
    • Ability to effectively plan and organize service delivery.
    • Demonstrates a high level of competence in written (computer) and oral communications.
    • Experience in basic computer skills (word processing, e-mail, data entry).
    • Current First Aid/CPR/AED certification.

Preferred Requirements
• ASHA CCC’s strongly preferred.
• Experience screening, assessing, designing treatment programs.
• Experience providing direct therapy and consulting with school staff, parents and outside agencies as appropriate.
• Experience functioning as a member of a multidisciplinary team to determine the child’s eligibility for services, appropriate programming and on-going progress.
• Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.

Location                     Wenatchee, WA
Base Pay                     47695.00
Job Closing Date       04-11-2018

How would you like to be contacted                       Email

04/0/2018 Full Time Ramper, Renton, WA closes 06/30/2018

Northwest Seaplanes seeks a Ramper to load and unload aircraft
Company Name: Northwest Seaplanes
Contact Person: Shane Carlson or Jen Douglas          
Phone: 425-277-1590
Email: info@nwseaplanes.com
Employer Address: 860 W. Perimeter Rd. Renton, WA 98058
Work Location Address: 860 W. Perimeter Rd. Renton, WA 98058

Job Title: Ramper

Job Description/Qualifications: Duties include: Loading and unloading aircraft, shuttle van driving, aircraft grooming, and general labor duties

Basic Requirements: Must be able to lift up to 75 lbs. Must be over 18 years old with a valid driver’s license. References required.

Base Pay: $15.00 per hour
Job Closing Date: 06/30/18
How would you like to be contacted: Please put “RAMP2018” as the subject line. Include a brief cover letter in the body of the email.

04/02/2018 PT/FT Line Cooks, George, WA Open until 05/01/2018

Cave B Inn & Spa Resorts seeks full and part time Line Cooks

Line Cook Positions Available

Full time and Part time

Benefits Available: Health, Dental and Eye Care & Life Insurance, PTO and Sick Leave, Employee Meals Provided (during working shifts) and Employee Discounts

Line Cook Responsibilities

Include:
Setting up and stocking stations with all necessary supplies
Preparing food for service (e.g. chopping vegetables, butchering meat, or preparing sauces)
Cooking menu items in cooperation with the rest of the kitchen staff

Job brief

We are looking for a professional line cook to prepare food to the exact chef’s specifications and to set up stations for menu. Line cook duties will consist of assisting the executive and sous chef with their daily tasks. The successful candidate will play a key role in contributing to our customer satisfaction and acquisition goals.

Responsibilities

  • Set up and stocking stations with all necessary supplies
  • Prepare food for service (e.g. chopping vegetables, butchering meat, or preparing sauces)
  • Cook menu items in cooperation with the rest of the kitchen staff
  • Answer, report and follow executive or sous chef’s instructions
  • Clean up station and take care of leftover food
  • Stock inventory appropriately
  • Ensure that food comes out simultaneously, in high quality and in a timely fashion
  • Comply with nutrition and sanitation regulations and safety standards
  • Maintain a positive and professional approach with coworkers and customers

Requirements

  • Proven cooking experience, including experience as a line chef, restaurant cook or prep cook
  • Excellent understanding of various cooking methods, ingredients, equipment and procedures
  • Accuracy and speed in executing assigned tasks
    Familiar with industry’s best practices

How to Apply:  Send resume and cover letter to general manager at mkyi@cavebinn.com
How to Apply:  Call to schedule an interview after emailing your resume and cover letter

04/02/2018 FT/PT Prep Cook, George, WA open until 05/01/2018

Cave B Inn & Spa Resort seeks Full and Part Tim Prep cooks

Prep Cook Positions Available
Full time and Part time

Benefits Available: Health, Dental and Eye Care & Life Insurance, PTO and Sick Leave, Employee Meals Provided (during working shifts) and Employee Discounts

Prep Cook Responsibilities

Include:

  • Following the prep list created by chefs to plan duties
  • Labeling and stocking all ingredients on shelves so they can be organized and easily accessible
  • Measuring ingredients and seasonings to be used in cooking.

Job brief

We are looking for an ambitious Prep Cook to assist in the preparation of delicious dishes in the kitchen. You’ll perform routine kitchen tasks such as setting up workstations and ingredients, so that food can be prepared according to recipes.

A great prep cook will be quick and diligent and willing to improve on the job. You will be able to follow instructions as well as all health and safety rules in the kitchen. The ideal candidate will also be able to function in a fast-paced, busy environment as a part of a team.

Responsibilities

  • Follow the prep list created by chefs to plan duties
  • Label and stock all ingredients on shelves so they can be organized and easily accessible
  • Measure ingredients and seasonings to be used in cooking
  • Prepare cooking ingredients by washing and chopping vegetables, cutting meat etc.
  • Undertake basic cooking duties such as reducing sauces, parboiling food etc.
  • Prepare simple dishes such as salads, entrees etc.
  • Maintain a clean and orderly kitchen by washing dishes, sanitizing surfaces, taking out trash etc.
  • Ensure all food and other items are stored properly
  • Comply with nutrition and sanitation guidelines
  • Perform other kitchen duties as assigned

Requirements

  • Proven experience as prep cook
  • Knowledge of health and safety rules in a kitchen
  • Manual dexterity able to operate cutting tools and kitchen utensils
  • A team player with good communication skills
  • Patient with an ability to stay positive under pressure
  • Very good physical condition and endurance
  • High school diploma or equivalent is desirable; Training from a culinary school will be an asset

How to Apply:  Send resume and cover letter to general manager at mkyi@cavebinn.com
How to Apply:  Call to schedule an interview after emailing your resume and cover letter

03/19/2018 Finance Associate Intern Moses Lake

Finance Associate Intern
Location US-WA-Moses Lake
Posted Date 1 week ago (2/15/2018 7:17 PM)
Job ID 2017-35868 # Positions 1 Category Administration
Overview:
About Terex:
Terex is a global manufacturer of lifting and material processing products and services that deliver lifecycle solutions to maximize customer return on investment. Terex delivers lifecycle solutions to a broad range of industries, including construction, infrastructure, manufacturing, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility, quarrying and mining. Terex reports in three business segments: Aerial Work Platforms; Cranes; and Materials Processing. Terex offers financial products and services to assist in the acquisition of Terex equipment through Terex Financial Services. For more information about Terex, its products and services, visit www .terex.com and/or www.facebook.com/TerexCorporation

Genie Industries/Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP), a business segment of the Terex Corporation, is headquartered in Redmond, WA with branch offices worldwide; we manufacture material lifts, aerial work platforms, trailer-mounted booms and light towers, telehandlers, scissor lifts and self-propelled telescopic and articulating booms. We are a company with a strong safety first mentality, team based culture, respect for the individual and high integrity.

Title: Finance Associate Intern
Reports to: Controller, Plant I

Early Career Program Overview
The Terex Early Career Program immerses high potential graduates in challenging real-world projects which directly help drive business results at our global organization. Our rich beliefs in innovation and continuous improvement, paired with the diverse and creative mindsets of our students, leads to the development of our best-in-class products, positively impacting the lives of people all around the world.

We are committed to the personal and professional development of our team members and are proud to encourage their growth into our leaders of tomorrow.

Responsibilities:
Assist Plant Controller in preparing for cost center reviews; help identify and understand significant spending variances to budget
Prepare at least one capital acquisition request, partnering with operations
Help coordinate physical reconciliation of Fixed Asset Register
Create process flow maps where procedures are lacking documentation
Help analyze monthly and quarterly results
Support process improvements around cost center reporting to ensure plant management gets the information they need to manage their budgets and drive cost reduction in operations
Support the Operations Controller in special projects/ad-hoc analysis
Embrace and promote the Terex Way: Integrity, Respect, Improvement, Servant Leadership, Courage and Citizenship
Qualifications:
Must be pursuing a BA/BS in Accounting, Finance, Economics or related field.
System Skills: Must have exposure and some experience with Microsoft Excel.
Ability to adapt and learn data systems (Oracle ERP system, Cognos-like BI Tools)
Excellent verbal communication skills, relationship building skills and demonstrated ability to work across functional areas and levels of management.
Excellent organizational and time management skills.
Apply for this job                             http://jobs.terex.com 
It is the policy of the company to attract and retain the best qualified employees. We are committed to providing employment opportunities to the most qualified internal or external candidate based on work-related factors and without regard to non work-related factors including race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, or veteran status as a special disabled veteran, Vietnam Era Veteran, or other qualifying veteran. 
An Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V

03/19/2018 Junior Accountant, Moses Lake closes 04/30/2018

Moses Lake Community Health seeks a Junior Accountant

Large healthcare facility seeks a Jr. Accountant to join their fast paced Finance team. Position requires the ability to reconcile invoices, prepare deposits, and knowledge of federal tax requirements.

End Date: Extended until 04/30/2018
Type: Full Time
Language Requirements: English
Hours per Week: 40
Days of the Week: Monday-Friday

Minimum Qualifications: 
Associates Degree in Accounting or BS/BA in Business  OR
Commiserate Experience in an Accounting Office Setting
REPOSTING 04/02/2018 Front Desk Receptionist, Moses Lake Open until filled

Company Name:  GRANT COUNTY TITLE COMPANY
Contact Person: TERESA SIMPSON / SHAUN MOBERG
Phone: 509-765-8700
Email: teresa@firstamgc.com    shaun@firstamgc.com
Work Location Address: 1211 W BROADWAY AVE, MOSES LAKE

Job Title: FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST
Job Description/Qualifications:  CUSTOMER SERVICE, ANSWERING PHONES, DATA ENTRY, AVAILABILITY 8AM TO 5PM M-F
Basic Requirements: COMMUNICATION SKILLS, BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS, OFFICE EQUIPMENT, OUTLOOK

Base Pay: DEPENDING ON QUALIFICATIONS
Job Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED
How would you like to be contacted: PHONE OR EMAIL

REPOSTING 04/04/2018 Teen Room Coordinator-Boys and Girls Club, Moses Lake-IMMEDIATE NEED

Company Name        Boys & Girls Clubs of the Columbia Basin
Contact Person         Michele Dano
Phone                           (509) 764-9694
Email                          michelebngclub@gmail.com
Website Address   www.bngclub.org
Location                     425 N Paxson Dr
Base Pay                     $11.50 per hour
Job Closing Date   IMMEDIATE NEED
How to Apply            Phone
Job Title                     Teen Room Coordinator
Job Description/Qualification
The Teen Room Coordinator creates and implements engaging programs for youth ages 11-14. Applicant must be comfortable and confident in disciplining children in a positive fashion to create structure within the program. Provides guidance to youth members dealing with unacceptable behaviors, utilizing techniques that help youth members accept personal responsibilities for their behavior, and develops a positive plan of action.
Responsibilities
Create and implement engaging, interactive programs for youth ages 11-14 in all three priority outcome areas: Academic Success, Good Character & Citizenship, and Healthy Lifestyles.
Provide guidance to youth members in making positive choices for proper behaviors. Assists all youth with following Club rules to reinforce pro-social behaviors. Provides guidance to youth members dealing with unacceptable behaviors, utilizing techniques that help youth members accept personal responsibilities for their behavior, and develops a positive plan of action.
Basic Requirements
Must be 21 years or older
Must be able to pass a background check

02/24/2018 A&P Mechanic, Hillsboro, OR

Company Name:       Hillsboro Aero Academy
Contact Person:        Summer Hart
Phone:                        5037263000
Email:                        haarecruitment@gmail.com
Website Address:      https://flyhaa.com
Job Title:                   A&P Mechanic

Job Description/Qualification
Hillsboro Aero Academy is looking to hire A&P Mechanics in two of its campuses: Hillsboro and Troutdale.

The A&P Fleet Mechanic position offers hands-on experience on a variety of airplane and helicopter models including Cessna, Piper and Robinson in a fast-paced shop environment. This position is a great opportunity to gain knowledge and improve your skills while working as part of a shop team in support of the company’s flight operations. The ability to meet challenges thoughtfully and quickly with a safety focus is essential. Flexible schedule and advancement opportunities are available. The company also offers factory schooling after two years of proven performance.

Qualifications/Licenses:
• Current A&P license
• Inspection Authorization
• Shadowing tool box

Responsibilities
Job Duties:
• Prioritize and organize work flow and perform repairs and maintenance in accordance with applicable FAA regulations and manufacturer’s instructions
• Maintain a high quality standard for the shop environment, tools and records
• Must be able to use common sense and problem-solving skills when performing repairs, inspections and maintenance for optimum efficiency
• Willingness to work overtime

Basic Requirements
Required Skills/Experience:
• Computer proficiency
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Preferred Requirements
Preferred Skills/Experience:
• 3+ years GA experience on single and twin-engine airplanes and light helicopters
• Cessna, Piper and Robinson experience preferred

Location:                   3565 NE Cornell Rd, Hillsboro, OR 97124
Base Pay:                   starting at 16.00 an hour
Job Closing Date:     07-01-2018
How would you like to be contacted:          Email

02/16/2018 Electrical Construction, Various locations in WA State  closes 06/21/2018

Company Name:                   Seattle City Light
Contact Person:                    Keith Gulley
Phone:                                    206-684-3273
Email:                                    talentacquisitionunit.scl@seattle.gov

Website Address
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/1973063/electrician-constructor

Job Title:                               Electrician Constructor

Job Description/Qualification

Seattle City Light, a department of the City of Seattle, is one of the nation’s largest municipally owned utilities in terms of the number of customers served. Over the years we have worked very hard to keep Seattle’s electricity affordable, reliable, and environmentally sound. Today, City Light is a recognized national leader in energy efficiency and environmental stewardship.

The Generation Operation & Engineering Business Unit is hiring multiple journey level Electrician Constructors to join our teams at our remote power generation facilities at the Boundary Hydroelectric Project in Metaline, Washington and the Skagit Hydroelectric Project based out of Newhalem, Washington. Electrician Constructors perform skilled work in the installation, maintenance, repair, and operation of equipment and facilities used in the generation, transmission and distribution of electric power. These positions report to the Electrical Constructor Crew Chief at their respective Hydroelectric Projects.

Both appointments will provide an opportunity to live and/or work at our hydro generating facilities located amongst Washington State’s most beautiful and scenic regions. The Boundary Hydroelectric Project is located approximately 100 miles north of Spokane near the town of Metaline Falls and the Canadian Border in the Selkirk mountain range.The Skagit Hydroelectric Project is based out of Newhalem, Washington, located 116 miles northeast of Seattle, and is nestled in the northern Cascade mountain range.

Responsibilities

Perform journey-level work in the installation, testing, repair and maintenance of equipment and facilities used in the generation, distribution and transmission of electrical power. The work requires expert knowledge of electrical theory and principles, familiarity with the tools and equipment used in the electrical trades, ability to interpret and apply drawings, electrical diagrams, specifications and codes, and knowledge of safety rules and procedures.
•Installs, maintains, tests and repairs generators, control equipment, electrical motors, power circuit breakers, voltage regulators, automatic generation control equipment, transformers, and other electrical equipment.
•Installs and repairs conduit and wiring in and around substations, powerhouses and other installations.
•Installs, inspects and repairs security systems, protection and control relays, station batteries, and chargers.
•Diagnoses, repairs and replaces water-level monitoring and control systems, hoisting equipment, spillgates, intake gates, overhead cranes, and elevator systems.
•Operates specialized mobile equipment and vehicles.
•Instructs and monitors the work of Electrical Helpers and Electrician-Constructor Apprentices.
•Ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions.
•Works on or near energized high voltage equipment, at heights, and in confined areas.
•May be exposed to toxic/hazardous substances.
•Requires physical exertion and lifting or manipulating of objects that weigh more than 50 pounds.

Basic Requirements

Requires a minimum of three years experience in the electrical trades as an apprentice or helper, including one year working with 2200 volt or higher electrical equipment (or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class).

Certification/License:
Current Washington State Drivers’ License.
Commercial Driver’s License with Class B endorsement may be required.

Preferred Requirements

Three years journey level experience in electrical construction.

Additional Information
Initial screening will be based on the information contained in your application materials. Those candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be invited to the first stage of the hiring process, which is the written exam.

Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process including the completion of a pre-employment physical and a background check which includes criminal history and driving history review.

Want to know more about Seattle City Light? Check out our web page: http://www.seattle.gov/light/.

Location:                               Various, WA
Base Pay:                               $48.61 Hourly
Job Closing Date:                 06-21-2018
How would you like to be contacted:          Email

02/13/2018 Camp Counselor-Coeur d’Alene or Spokane, WA closes 05/25/2018

Company Name:       Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Contact Person:        Cory Ulrich
Phone:                        509-747-8091
Email                          culrich@gsewni.org
Website Address       1404 N Ash Street

Job Title                     Camp Counselor — Day Camp or Resident Camp

Job Description/Qualification
We’re looking for fun, creative, enthusiastic and hard-working women AND men to be part of our 2018 Summer Camp staff at our day camp in Spokane, WA and at our residential camp on Lake Coeur d’Alene, Camp Four Echoes. As a camp counselor, you will work closely with a small group of girls ages 5+, leading them through activities with the goal of creating a safe, fun, memorable and meaningful camp experience for your campers. You’ll help girls gain courage, confidence, and character over the course of 8-10 fun and exciting weeks of camp!

Day Camp counselors work 8 hours a day with girls and earn a stipend for the summer of $2,500. Staff training begins in June 11th and camp goes until August 24th. Leadership positions also open!

Resident Camp counselors live and work at our beautiful camp on Windy Bay, and typically receive 24 hours off every 5-6 days. Room and board is included, and unit counselors earn a stipend for the summer of $1,800. Staff training begins June 6th and camp goes until August 13th.

Ready to find out more? Check us out at http://www.gsewni.org/en/about/our_council/careers.html

Responsibilities
Camp counselors are responsible for ensuring the safety of their campers at all times and creating a supportive environment for play and learning.

Basic Requirements
As a member of our staff, you must:
§ Be 18 years of age or older
§ Pass a background check
§ Possess the physical health and capacity to be on one’s feet for at least 8 hours a day, lift at least 30 pounds, and participate in games and activities with girls ages 5+
§ Pass First Aid/CPR training or provide current certification

Preferred Requirements
Previous experience working with children or camping in the outdoors desired but not required.

Location:                               Lake Coeur d’Alene or Spokane
Base Pay:                               $1700-3000
Job Closing Date:                 05-25-2018
How would you like to be contacted:                      Email

REPOSTING 04/04/2018 Genie Production and Welders, Moses Lake  Immediate Need!! 

Genie Moses Lake is looking to HIRE!
Positions Require:
Operating in fast pace environment
Standing on your feet
Working in weather conditions
Passing a drug and background check
Similar warehouse experience in assembly, stocking/inventory control, receiving and forklift

Starting wage: 
PAY INCREASE:
Days  $17.37 hourly for Production $19.38 for CNC Machine Operators and for Welders 
Nights    $19.11 for Production        $21.32  for CNC Machine Operators and for Welders

Shift Times/Days:   Monday – Thursday
DAYS:     5:30am – 4pm        NIGHTS:     5:30pm – 4am
(OT hours 5:30am – 12PM or 4pm) on FRIDAYS

 For more information please contact:
Lilee Carver – (509) 762-3201 or Lcarver@aerotek.com 
Tracy Ramirez – (509) 762 – 3350 or Tramirez@aerotek.com

 2/20/2018 Camp Counselor, Leavenworth, WA  open until 06/01/2018

Company Name:          Camp Zanika Lache
Contact Person:          Alexis Blessing
Phone:                          509-663-1906
Email:                          mailto:camp1@nwi.net
Website Address:        5 S. Wenatchee Ave, Suite 101
Job Title:                     Summer Camp Staff – Wenatchee National Forest

Job Description/Qualification
Spend the summer living and working in Washington State’s beautiful Wenatchee National Forest. Camp Zanika Lache a traditional co-ed residential summer camp, located on the shores of Lake Wenatchee, is hiring for its summer 2018 staff. At Camp Zanika we provided an amazing weeklong experience for children ages 5-17. Our diverse staff of 40 college aged individuals, from all over the world, come together to make a positive difference in the lives of the campers we serve, creating memories that last a lifetime.

Working at Camp Zanika is an amazing opportunity to gain useful skills, meet great people and have fun out of doors. Staff have the opportunity to learn and develop new skills, gain professional job experience, and take part in a comprehensive job training, while being given support and feedback. Camp Zanika provides competitive salary (varies with position), room and board, staff shirts, and a truly amazing life experience with memories and friends that will last a life time.

Jobs available include; Lifeguards, Archery instructor, Naturalist, Arts and Crafts Instructor, Ropes Course Instructor, Waterfront Director, Trip and Travel Director, Male & Female Counselors, Unit Coordinator, Asst. Directors, Asst. Cook, Volunteer Nurse and Chef.

Responsibilities
We are hiring dedicated hardworking leaders that can handle the challenging camp environment, take initiative, put kids first, and enjoy being outdoors.

Basic Requirements
All employees must have at least one year college experience and basic first aid training. Lifeguard, Waterfront Director, Archery Instructor, Ropes Course Instructor, Trip and Travel Director, and Nurse must all have the appropriate training and certification. Child care and camping experience is preferred but not required. All chef applicants must have experience cooking for 50+

Preferred Requirements
Childcare experience is preferred but not required

Location:                       Leavenworth
Base Pay:                     $1300.00-$3000.00
Job Closing Date:        06-01-2018
How would you like to be contacted:          Email

02/20/2017 Banquet Server, George Area closes 05/31/2018

Company Name:       Cave B Inn & Spa
Contact Person:        Allison R Clapp
Phone:                        509-787-8000
Email:                        allison.clapp@cavebinn.com

Website Address:      www.caveb.com

Job Title:                   Banquet Server

Job Description/Qualification:
Cave B Inn & Spa Resort is host to a variety of events including: weddings, business meetings and other special events. As one of the highest ranked wedding venues in Washington State, we are looking for vibrant and hardworking individuals to complete our team for the 2018 season. Experience is a plus, but a passion for the industry is a must.

Responsibilities:
Setup and breakdown of event:
The ability to follow directions and work independently without constant supervision is imperative.
Moving and setting up tables and chairs in accordance with directions specified from the client.
Setup includes: linen, place settings, beverage and bar station, buffet line and miscellaneous specified client details.
Cleaning, moving and putting away all equipment used in an organized manner.
Service:
Customer service and teamwork are essential.
Training will be provided in service, food and wine.
Greet guests with a warm and professional demeanor.
Be attentive to the revolving needs of each guest.
Have proficient knowledge of food and beverages being served at each event.
Replenish buffet items to ensure consistency and freshness in presentation.
Bus tables by removing and separating tableware, plateware, glassware, and flatware.

Basic Requirements:
*Weekends and holidays are required.
*Ability to work more than 8 hours when required.
*Applicants must be willing to learn and grow in every aspect of the front-of-house, including banquet service, bussing or running and serving.
*Follow all company and safety and security policies and procedures; report any maintenance problems, safety hazards, accidents, or injuries.
*Ensure uniform and personal appearance are clean and professional
*Comply with quality assurance expectations and standards.
*Move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 50 pounds without assistance. Assist with moving, lifting, carrying, and placing of objects weighing in excess of 75 pounds. Stand, sit, or walk for an extended period of time or for an entire work shift.

*Drivers License
*Reliable Transportation
*Food Handlers Card & Washington State MAST Servers Card, or the ability to obtain these documents within two weeks of hire date.

Preferred Requirements:
2 years serving experience
Bartending experience
Experience reading, interpreting and executing a BEO
**When applying, please provide three professional references. If you are still in either high school or college, teacher/professor references accepted in substitution for professional reference.

Location:       344 Silica Rd NW George/Quincy Area
Base Pay:       Min. Wage + Gratuity
Job Closing Date:     05-31-2018
How would you like to be contacted:          Email

02/20/2018 A&P Licensed Assembly and Test Technicians, Lafayette, Indiana open until filled

Are You Looking for a Career in Jet Engine Assembly?

GE Aviation is hiring A&P Licensed Assembly & Test Technicians for their new Lafayette Engine Facility located in Lafayette, Indiana. The Lafayette Engine Facility is a purpose-built final assembly site for the groundbreaking new CFM LEAP engine, powering the latest generation of 737 MAX and A320neo airliners from Boeing and Airbus. With more than 12,000 engines on order, LEAP is the fastest-selling airline engine in history.

 We are hiring for start dates at the beginning of each quarter through the end of 2019.

Starting Pay: ~$26 / Hour
If you or anyone you know are interested in applying, please have them apply here.

Lafayette Assembly & Test Technician
Job Description:

  • Assemble jet engines, including performing various machining and repair operations, using hand tools, specialized tools, equipment and fixtures.
  • Coach, guide, and train other team members and function in a team based environment
  • Work from complex product drawings, manuals, specifications, and other company/customer specifications
  • Set-up, operate, adjust, and troubleshoot all tools and equipment used in the assembly processes
  • Perform inspections required to assure that the quality plan is achieved

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma/GED
  • FAA Powerplant license required by start date
  • OR current program enrollment to obtain Powerplant certification,
  • OR equivalent military experience performing aircraft maintenance & eligible to pursue Powerplant certification.

GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation.  GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion​ of a background investigation and drug screen.

 At GE Aviation, we are imagination at work. Whether we’re manufacturing components for our GEnx engines or driving innovation in fuel and noise reduction, the GE Aviation teams are dedicated to turning imaginative ideas into advances in aviation that solve some of the world’s toughest problems. Join us and you’ll find yourself in a dynamic environment where our ongoing, substantial investment in research and development keeps us moving forward and looking ahead. Here you’ll work collaboratively and across functions with the highest caliber talent, utilizing cutting-edge technology and processes. Whether it’s the next generation of ecomagination products or the future of aircraft engines, we’ve got the state-of-the-art resources to make those innovations a reality. If you’re passionate about aviation and looking for a career rich with challenges and unlimited opportunities for growth and advancement, then join GE in reengineering the sky through aviation innovations that will impact the globe for generations to come.

2/15/2018 Director of eCommerce and Fulfillment, Spokane, WA  closes 08/31/2018

Company Name:       Skyhawks Sports Academy
Contact Person:        Andrew Chapman
Phone:                        509-241-1307
Email:                        achapman@skyhawks.com
Business Address:     9425 N Nevada, Suite 210 Spokane, WA 99218
Job Title:                   Director of eCommerce and Fulfillment
Job Description/Qualification:
We are looking for coaches that likes working with young children. Candidate must feel comfortable teaching sport programs like soccer, baseball, basketball, football, and volleyball.  Must be able to work independently and manage children in a class setting. Ideal part-time job with great hourly pay and awesome intrinsic rewards working with children. 
Responsibilities:       Supervision of youth camps during summer seasons (June – August)
Basic Requirements:
2.5 GPA
All majors accepted
Degrees accepted: Bachelor, Associate, Master
Preferred Requirements:
Comfortable with Sales and Management
Location:                   9425 N Nevada, Suite 210, Spokane, WA 99218
Base Pay:                   $11/hr
Job Closing Date:     08-31-2018
How would you like to be contacted:          Email

02/15/2018 Summer Camp Staff, Wenatchee National Forest (Leavenworth) closes 06/15/2018

Company Name:        Camp Fire USA
Contact Person:         Ramiro Espinoza
Phone:                           (509)663-1609
Email:                            ramiro.campfirencw@gmail.com  
Website Address:      http://www.campfirencw.org/camp-zanika/about-camp-zanika/
Job Title:                   Summer Camp Staff ~ Wenatchee National Forest

Job Description/Qualification
Spend the summer living and working in Washington State’s beautiful Wenatchee National Forest. Camp Zanika Lache a traditional co-ed residential summer camp, located on the shores of Lake Wenatchee, is hiring for its summer 2018 staff. We are hiring dedicated hardworking leaders that can handle the challenging camp environment, take initiative, put kids first, and enjoy being outdoors. Working at Camp Zanika is an amazing opportunity to gain useful skills, meet great people and have fun out of doors. Camp Zanika provides competitive salary (varies with position), room and board, staff shirts, and a truly amazing life experience with memories and friends that will last a life time. Jobs available include; Lifeguards, Archery instructor, Naturalist, Arts and Crafts Instructor, Ropes Course Instructor, Waterfront Director, Trip and Travel Director, Male & Female Counselors, Unit Coordinator, Asst. Directors, Asst. Cook, Volunteer Nurse and Chef.

Responsibilities
At Camp Zanika we provide an amazing weeklong experience for children ages 5-17. Our diverse staff of 40 college aged individuals, from all over the world, come together to make a positive difference in the lives of the campers we serve, creating memories that last a lifetime. Staff have the opportunity to learn and develop new skills, gain professional job experience, and take part in a comprehensive job training, while being given support and feedback.

Basic Requirements
All employees must have at least one year college experience and basic first aid training. Lifeguard, Waterfront Director, Archery Instructor, Ropes Course Instructor, Trip and Travel Director, and Nurse must all have the appropriate training and certification. All chef applicants must have experience cooking for 50+

Preferred Requirements:     Child care and camping experience is preferred but not required.

Location:                                                       Leavenworth, WA
Base Pay:                                                       $1,500 – $1,800
Job Closing Date:                                         06-15-2018
How would you like to be contacted:          Email

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