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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.

Hiring and Employer of the Day Events

02/28/2019     26th Annual Job and Career Fair

Job Openings

 

01/17/2019 Fiscal Coordination Assistant Wenatchee Closes 01/23/2019

Company Name         North Central ESD
Contact Person          Dina Elam
Phone                         509-667-7110
Email                           dinae@ncesd.org
Website Address        http://www.ncesd.org/job/fiscal-coordination-assistant/
Location                      Wenatchee
Base Pay                     44k to 55k Yearly
Job Closing Date        01-23-2019
How to apply             Email
Job Title                      Fiscal Coordination Assistant

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 Fiscal Coordination Assistant for NCESD and the 29 School Districts within our ESD region. This position is based in Wenatchee, Washington. The Fiscal Coordination Assistant works with Fiscal Coordinators to support school districts in the North Central Regional Information Service Center Cooperative. The cooperative provides software implementation, training and support for all aspects of Skyward/WESPaC/Qmlativ Financial Management and Human Resource applications. This position is also responsible for all printing operations and assures proper printing, handling and distribution of all computer-generated documents. In addition, the Fiscal Coordination Assistant works with internal staff, OSPI (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction) and school districts to ensure the accuracy of all data collection requirements. This position may require limited travel to school districts and other educational related agencies.

Responsibilities

  • Develop basic knowledge of the software within the Skyward/WESPaC/Qmlativ suite of
    Financial Management and HR and cross product applications.
    • Provide customer software support within the Skyward/WESPaC/Qmlativ suite.
    • Assists with technical support and analysis of school district data processing problems.
    • Assists with monthly and annual school district processes as needed.
    • Support senior financial analyst staff with Skyward/WESPaC/Qmlativ security in conjunction
    with district security administrator.
    • Submit and track internal Footprint tickets and manage software support tickets.
    • Works with senior fiscal coordination staff in support of all Skyward/WESPaC/Qmlativ software
    trainings, meetings, conferences and software development.
    • Assists coordination staff in the development of training materials as needed.
    • Assists with maintenance of training and learning accounts.
    • Assists and prepares training sessions for districts pertaining, but not limited, to fiscal and
    human resource processes and reporting.
    • Understands print center processes and operates as a backup as needed.
    • Develops basic knowledge of all data interfaces between school districts and OSPI for state
    and federal requirements.
    • Works with OSPI, internal staff and school districts to ensure state reporting deadlines are
    met.
    • Gathers, analyzes and presents information in a clear and concise manner.
    • Uses a positive businesslike approach at all times to communicate effectively with clients,
    other team members and outside agencies in person, through writing, over the phone, and
    utilizing webinar technology.

Professional Growth and Responsibilities
• Meets or exceeds performance expectations in the following areas:
• Competence
• Quality & Quantity of Work
• Attitude
• Flexibility, Innovation & Initiative
• Cooperation with Supervisor/Director & Peers
• Demonstrates & Supports Agency Values
• Supports and implements ESD policies, regulations, procedures and administrative directives;
demonstrates loyalty to the ESD and other administrators.
• Submits records, reports and assignments promptly and efficiently. 

• Deals with obstacles and constraints positively. 

• Demonstrates ability to adjust to and use new approaches in the performance of his/her
duties. 

• Seeks and takes advantage of opportunities for professional growth. 

• Maintains dress and appearance appropriate to a professional office setting. 

• A new employee is subject to a 180-day probationary period and must be evaluated prior to its
end. If work is found to be unsatisfactory, the employee is subject to termination.
• Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director of Admin. Services or Superintendent.

Physical Demands
• Frequent travel within the ESD 171 region. Some overnight travel may be required.
• Extended or flexible hours as necessary.
• Sitting for extended periods of time may be required. Lifts and carries a maximum of 40
pounds. Adequate manual and finger dexterity, hearing, speech, and vision are necessary to
perform the essential functions of this position.

Basic Requirements

Required:
• Experience with Microsoft Office Suite products with an emphasis in Excel.
• Experience and ability to successfully present to both small and large audiences.
• Proven ability to learn and apply new skills to accommodate changing work environment.
• Proven ability to work successfully and positively with staff and clients.
• Demonstrated success working as part of a professional team.
• Proven ability to work independently and manage multiple assignments.
• Excellent organizational skills and commitment to follow through on tasks and assignments.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both oral and written.
• 1 year of experience in financial, human resources or related field.
• Willingness to travel (required).

Preferred Requirements

Preferred:
• 3 years of experience in an educational service agency or school district working with financial
and/ or human resources data (preferred Skyward/WESPaC Software).
• 3 years of experience working with financial or human resource relational databases.
• Experience in developing procedural documentation or job aides.
• 2 or 4 year degree in a business related field or applicable certification.

01/17/2019 Student Assistance Specialist Quincy School Dist.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

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 students as the Student Assistance Specialist for the Quincy School District. 

Qualifications:

Required:

·        Bachelors’ degree in psychology, social work, education, or other job-related area, or 5 years of job-related experience. 

·        Minimum 2 years proven experience working in education, human services, prevention, mental health, or combination of experience in stated areas.

·        Willingness to work occasional flexible schedule.

·        Currently meet, or establish timeline to meet, WA State standards for “prevention/intervention specialists,” pursuant to RCW 28A.170.080, defined as:

  1. Qualified or certified chemical dependency specialist,
  2. Certified Prevention Professional (CPP),
  3. Educational Staff Associate (ESA) certification as school counselor, school nurse, school psychologist, or school social worker,
  4. Licensed psychologist, or
  5. Licensed children’s mental health specialist.

·        Valid Washington State Driver’s License.

 

Preferred: 

·        Experience working with at-risk children and/or families, and drug/alcohol counseling. 

·        Experience working in the public school and/or juvenile justice system.

·        Experience conducting student educational and support groups, and presenting adult/youth training in substance abuse.

·        Bilingual/bicultural preferred.

 

Skills, Knowledge, and/or Abilities:

·       Ability to record data, submit complete paperwork on time.

·       Knowledge of adolescent substance abuse prevention/intervention strategies.

·       Demonstrates excellent written and verbal skills.

·       Demonstrates outstanding customer service skills both over the phone and in person.

·       Relates and communicates effectively with others.

·       Portrays positive attitude and independent problem solving.

·       Understands and carries out oral and written directions efficiently and effectively.

·       Demonstrates basic use skills in software application to include MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook 2013.

·       Demonstrates familiarity with office and desktop technology, i.e. web browser, scanner, digital camera, LCD projector.

·       Exercises confidentiality and displays loyalty and integrity.

 

01/17/2019 Sales Associate Moses Lake Closes 02/08/2019

POSITION OPENING
Northland Communications is a growing, nationally-ranked company specializing in providing a variety of quality communications services that meet the needs of consumers and businesses. We strive to provide our customers with the highest quality Digital Home Phone, High Speed Internet and Cable Television services at the best possible price. Value is always the goal and the communities we serve are always our focus. We are seeking a professional individual looking for an opportunity, to join our fun, dynamic team in the position of:
Sales Associate-  Moses Lake
The Sales Associate represents Northland to customers and prospective customers at our offices in a professional, courteous and knowledgeable manner. They will obtain knowledge and understanding of all Northland products and services, effectively communicate with, and educate our customers about Northland in a positive and informative manner.
What Northland wants…
 Attitude. Display a great positive outlook with an enthusiasm for customer service.
Drive. Enjoy working in a rewarding sales environment
Perseverance. Perform well under pressure
Flexibility. Adapt to evolving business needs
Aptitude. Display and present product demonstrations such as: Roku®, TiVo®, and XBox®.
Who you are…
Experienced Salesperson. You have passion for bridging the gap between people and technology.
Educated. Mathematically precise, with a high school diploma. College degree preferred.
Amazing Salesperson. You have a desire, even an obsession, to bring customers into Northland.
Charismatic. You are a problem-solver, an exceptional listener, and an effective communicator. You seek
out challenges and love to get creative to solve them.
Go-Getter. Self-directed and resourceful. You enjoy being in a friendly competitive environment and willing to go the extra mile.
What’s in it for you…
Culture. A fun and supportive team to be a part of
Support. Mentors, managers, and executives that care about your personal success and growth
Advancement. Significant training and assistance to be successful, educational assistance for professional growth and other training programs
Future. 401k to help set you up in life
To apply for this position, visit Northland’s Career page at www.yournorlhland.com/careers
Equal Opportunity Employer. Pre-employment drug test, motor vehicle record and background check required.

01/04/20019 RN Moses Lake Area Closes 03/31/2019

Company Name:       Fresenius Medical Care
Contact Person:        Suzanne Gray
Phone:                        636-730-8380
Email:                        suzanne.gray@fmc-na.com
Website Address:      https://jobs.fmcna.com
Location:                   Moses Lake
Base Pay:                   open
Job Closing Date:     03-31-2019
How to apply:            Email and Website
Job Title:                   Registered Nurse – Student Loan Repayment Assistance Available

Job Description/Qualification
The registered professional nurse (CAP RN 1) position is an entry level designation into the Clinical Advancement Program for Registered Nurses. The CAP RN 1 is accountable and responsible for the provision and coordination of clinically competent care including assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation for an assigned group of patients.

Responsibilities
As a member of the Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) health care team, the CAP RN 1 participates in decision-making, teaching, leadership functions, and quality improvement activities that enhance patient care outcomes and facility operations

Basic Requirements
EDUCATION:
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing.
Current appropriate state licensure.
Must meet the practice requirements in the state in which he or she is employed.

EXPERIENCE AND REQUIRED SKILLS:
Entry level for RNs with less than 2 years of nephrology nursing experience within the last two years or for RNs with a BSN and less than 1 year of nephrology nursing experience within the last two years.
Successful completion of FKC Education and Training requirements for new employees.
Successful completion and maintenance of CPR BLS Certification.
Meet all conditions of employment including Ishihara’s Color Blindness Test.
Successful completion of all annual required education/training/competencies.
Successful completion of on-going training and education as assigned or required

Preferred Requirements
Minimum of 9 months experience as a Registered Nurse (preferred).
Chronic hemodialysis experience (preferred).

01/03/2019 Lab Technician Moses Lake area closes 01/31/2019

Company Name:                   Moses Lake Industries

Contact Person:                    Konlan Grigsby

Phone:                                    5097625336

Email:                                    kgrigsby@mlindustries.com

Location:                               Moses Lake

How to apply:                        Email

Base Pay:                               18.00

Job Closing Date:                 01-31-2019

Job Title:                               Laboratory Technician

Job Description/Qualification

The Lab Technician will run samples that come into the lab from many different departments. They are responsible for making sure the instruments are running properly, all QC criteria are met, and the data is reported accurately. The Lab Technician will demonstrate professional appearance, behavior, and attitude at all times.

Responsibilities

  • Calibrate instruments
    •Run QC checks and validate they are within acceptable range
    •Run samples
    •Prioritize samples as needed
    •Dump waste daily
    •Empty garbage, sweep, and mop as needed
    •Communicate well with other team members
    •Complete projects in a timely manner

Basic Requirements

  • High School diploma or equivalent required.
    •Working knowledge of Windows, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
    •Working knowledge of arithmetic and grammar.
    •Follow written and verbal instructions in English
    •Work as a team and independently.

Preferred Requirements

  • Bachelors Degree preferred
    •Minimum of one or more years of relevant experience in chemical handling or manufacturing in a chemical environment is required. Experience in an Lab environment is preferred but not required.
    •Working knowledge of Windows, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
    •Working knowledge of arithmetic and grammar.
    •Follow written and verbal instructions in English
    •Work as a team and independently.
12/31/2018 Inventory Specialist Immediate Need

Inventory Specialist

$22.07 an hour, full benefits, and full time.

Do you like numbers, solving puzzles, and keeping things in detailed ordered? If so, this is an excellent job opportunity for you!

Basic American Foods, family owned and operated since 1933, is a market leader and innovator in shelf stable food products within consumer foods and the foodservice industry. Our strong employee-focused culture facilitates collaborative working environments while providing opportunities for advancement and professional development.

Job Summary

Responsible for ensuring accurate inventory information as it relates to receiving, storage, issuing and shipping products and materials for the plant and warehouse operations. This includes effective communication, administering and monitoring systems input and the interface between BAF facilities. Assist the warehouse and facility management with cycle counting and other duties as directed.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES/KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

  1. Works through the shift manager to coordinate physical inventory cycle counts of ingredients, packaging supplies, WIP and finished goods products. Investigate and reconcile all adjustments and report findings to warehouse management.
  2. Maintain accurate inventory within the Adage, OPS, HRD, and WMS systems by auditing transactional records. Verify operations reporting data entry through process validation of input and uploads.
  3. Manage necessary adjustments and adjustment types ensuring that the correct accounting code is used in Adage and OPS in order to maintain proper usage quantities of supplies and materials.
  4. Ability to perform effective and efficient product and material re-call process and report findings in a timely manner to support SQF and Food Safety auditing.
  5. Work through the accounting group to assist in the completion of “cost order variance’ for all orders on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis as directed by facility management.
  6. Assist in training and cross training employees to develop necessary skills levels and backup in the OPS, Adage and WMS data base. This position is the primary backup for the Moses Lake plant Scheduler.
  7. Education and Experience
  • High school diploma with a minimum of 12 months related experience and/or training;
  • Associate’s Degree preferred

   KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

  • Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite; Access Database software; Internet software; Inventory software; Manufacturing software; Order processing systems.
  • Must be proficient in Adage, WMS, and Ops Reporting
  • Must have experience managing Pull systems within a warehouse.
  • Ability to effectively and professionally communicate verbally and in writing with various departments within the plant or other plants, including corporate offices.
  • High attention to detail, ability to process numbers with minimal errors.
  • Ability to troubleshoot variances and reconcile systems properly.

Career Development

Beyond our commitment to quality and convenient products, we provide a culture where employees are valued and supported in meeting their career goals.  We offer meaningful career and employee development opportunities for managerial and technical or professional individuals in our cross functional teams through individual leadership and professional development plans.

Vicki Tomal

Human Resource Manager

Basic American Foods – Moses Lake Plant

509-766-3221 Phone/509-766-3207 Fax

12/31/2018 Camp Fire Camp Staff, Coeur d’Alene, ID closes 03/19/2019

Company Name

Camp Fire Inland Northwest

Contact Person

Poppy White

Phone

5097476191

Email

pwhite@campfireinc.org

Website Address

524 N Mullan Rd, Suite 102

Job Title

Summer Camp Staff

Job Description/Qualification

Love working with kids? Enjoy the outdoors? Come to Camp Sweyolakan and change lives this summer! You can’t get more magical than our boat-access only camp located on 300 acres on scenic Lake Coeur d’Alene in North Idaho and you can spend your summer there.

Working at a summer camp is a great resume builder! Working in the camp environment cultivates…

Oral Communication Skills – You will be required to communicate effectively with people at every level of the organizations – campers, fellow staff, camp directors, and parents. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving – You will be challenged to think on your feet to resolve a myriad of issues from the health and safety of children to how to get 6-10 campers to make it to a meal on time. Interpersonal and Leadership Skills – You will model professionalism and compassion by managing a group of campers, while contributing to the growth and development of each individual participant. Collaborative Skills – You will receive on-the-ground, practical, real life training in how to work with a team and help build the culture of your camp community. Creativity – You will develop innovative and fun ways to engage an audience of two to 200 and implement alternate plans when faced with unexpected changes to the daily routine.

Salary includes room, board, and free use of laundry facilities (including laundry detergent).

Full job description with salary information available at https://www.campfireinc.org/page/employment

Responsibilities

Various positions available; see https://www.campfireinc.org/page/employment for all job descriptions.

Basic Requirements

General requirements of all staff include: Current CPR and first aid certifications (may obtain during staff training); plan, participate in, and evaluate the program designed for individual campers, small groups, and unit groups, and all-camp activities that will follow the Camp Fire philosophy of camping and the objectives of Camp Sweyolakan; visual, physical and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards related to the camp setting; abide by health and safety rules to ensure well-being of campers and staff at all times; prepare the necessary reports, inventories, and records as assigned; plan for and carry out the care and maintenance of the equipment and facilities assigned; know the basic facts about the program of Camp Fire; display a willingness to accept a reasonable share of camp responsibilities, and other duties as assigned; be responsible for table in the Dining Hall, providing adequate supervision and follow Dining Hall procedures; responsibly carry out bus and boat duty, as needed; prepare for and participate in the meetings and conferences of the staff; bring complaints or problems directly to Assistant Camp Director or Camp Director; be on time and participate in camp events, activities and meals; abide by established procedures and policies covered during staff training, in Sweyolakan Employee Practices and Guidelines, and Code of Conduct; ability to assist campers and staff in emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury). Ability to communicate and work with groups participating (age and skill levels), and provide necessary instruction to campers and staff; ability to observe and evaluate appropriate camper behavior, to enforce safety regulations and emergency procedures, and to apply appropriate behavior management techniques; possess the strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.

Preferred Requirements

Various positions available; see https://www.campfireinc.org/page/employment for all job descriptions.

Location

Coeur d’Alene, ID

Base Pay

varies based on position

Job Closing Date

03-19-2019

How would you like to be contacted

Email

12/31/2018 Seed Technician–Othello area closes 02/28/2019

Company Name        Bayer (legacy Monsanto)

Contact Person          Melania Recine

Phone                         4016421720

Email                          monsanto@nc3.com

Location                     Othello, WA

Base Pay                     Competitive

Job Closing Date       02-28-2019

How to apply             Email

Job Title                     Seed Technician – Othello, WA (Multiple Opportunities)

Job Description/Qualification

Bayer is looking for highly-motivated Seed Technicians for our row crops seed production site in Othello, WA. In this position, you will report to a Production Manager. As a Seed Technician, you will be involved in all facets of seed production. Unlike a traditional manufacturing role, you will experience a variety of responsibilities throughout the growing season. You will be expected to work a rotating shift schedule including nights and weekends as required during peak seasons. In this position, you will work closely with other team members to identify ways to improve our processes. We are looking for employees who are passionate about maintaining the highest standards in the industry for safety, stewardship compliance, seed quality, cost, and supply reliability. This is an opportunity to work in an environment where your ideas are heard and you’re encouraged to grow personally and professionally. At Bayer, we are committed to recruiting and developing great employees through our team-oriented culture that encourages creativity, decision-making, and entrepreneurial spirit.

Bayer successfully completed the acquisition of Monsanto in June 2018, bringing together Monsanto’s leadership in seeds and plant traits with Bayer’s leadership in chemical and biological crop protection. By joining forces, we will create even more extensive career opportunities for talent around the world. We’re a global team working to shape agriculture through breakthrough innovation that will benefit farmers, consumers, and our planet.

While we are now Bayer, we will continue to hire using separate career sites until we can integrate our career platforms. We invite you to explore the career opportunities available at the combined company by visiting advancingtogether.com/careers.

Responsibilities

Operate equipment in the production sites and leveraging real-time data to maximize existing procedures. Perform preventive maintenance and inspections; troubleshooting problems associated with equipment, processes, and systems as needed.

Perform Site Responsible Researcher (SRR) duties ensuring adherence to stewardship processes and protocols that are completed accurately and timely. This includes field monitoring, grower communication, and documentation of activities.

Support areas across the plant in driving the adoption of continuous improvement practices and programs (5S, Lean, Six Sigma) conducive to an organized and clean work environment. Utilize Focused Improvement (e.g., 5WHYs) techniques to initiate process and standard work improvements.

Provide coaching and training to seasonal workforce, area trainees and peers supporting achievement and personal development.

Ensure upstream activities (e.g., field inspection, grower contract) are handled within company standards and business requirements.

Cultivate partnership with key business partners to plant / field operations (e.g., grower network). Use SAP to support administrative procedures, documenting key readings, maintenance orders and production information. Maintain key process documentation (operating, start-up and shut-down procedures; standard work; process flow and instrumentation diagrams; etc.).

Demonstrate knowledge of and adherence to Bayer’s Health, Safety, Environment (HSE) and Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) standards (e.g. general shop floor/machine safety and operating procedures).

Comply with internal procedures and support compliance with legal requirements applicable to area activities.

Participate and prepare to lead Daily Direction Setting (DDS) meetings as needed; articulating shift objectives and allocating resources accordingly across all active production areas.

Support and maintain metrics and relevant information on current Visual Management boards to drive teamwork and facilitate shift change over.

Ability to lift a minimum of 60 lbs. (a bag of seed) and have a valid driver’s license.

Basic Requirements

High School Diploma or GED Basic knowledge of IT (Internet, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, or facilities with systems) Valid driver’s license Ability to lift a minimum of 60 lbs. (a bag of seed)

Preferred Requirements

Advanced education including Technical, Associate’s, or Bachelor’s degree Intermediate computer skills with experience using of SAP and PLC 3+ years manufacturing experience, with experience in chemical or row crop manufacturing Previous experience working in a manufacturing environment with a 24/7 rotating shift schedule, including overtime as needed

12/31/2018 Field Sales Representative, Quincy Area closing 01/31/2019

Company Name:                   Wilbur-Ellis

Contact Person:                    Madeleine Trudeau

Phone:                                    360-356-6531

Email:                                    mtrudeau@wilburellis.com

Website Address:                  http://www.wilburellis.com/careers/

Job Title:                               Field Sales Representative

Location:                               Quincy, WA

Base Pay:       Competitive annual salary (to be determined based on experience and other factors)

Job Closing Date:                 01-31-2019

How to apply:                        Email

 

Apply for this position here:

https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/WIL1015WELC/JobBoard/301f072f-bb97-f32c-497b-18cdfbd619ce/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=9bbf9bff-61bb-4774-ae24-04cd5b562796

Wilbur-Ellis in Quincy, Washington is seeking an experienced Ag Sales Representative. Minimum 5 years’ experience potato & row crop experience or degree plus experience equaling 5 years. Agriculture, Business, or related degree a plus. PCA required. CCA a strong plus. Great company, competitive compensation, and comprehensive benefits!

For nearly a century, Wilbur-Ellis has experienced success and growth in marketing and distributing agricultural products and services.  Join us and grow your career with a strong and profitable industry leader offering competitive compensation, tremendous growth and development opportunities, and a people-first work environment. Come grow with us!

General Purpose and Scope of Position:

The Field Sales Rep serves to manage, enhance and expand on product and/or services for existing customer base, while actively pursuing new customers within assigned sales territory.  Assists customers with proper product selection and use based on agronomic needs. Maintains and develops profitable customer relationships and strives to become the market leader in the assigned sales geography.

Key Skills and Abilities Include:

Bachelor’s degree or higher in Agriculture or Business related field is preferred Minimum of 3 – 5 years’ experience in the agricultural industry CA PCA (Pest Control Advisor) license required. CCA Certificate would be a plus Intermediate level proficiency with computers utilizing Microsoft Windows, Windows applications and ERP order entry systems

Key Personal Attributes Include:

Requires excellent interpersonal and strong communication skills (verbal and written) for interaction with customers and fellow team members including having the ability to maintain a positive and professional working relationship with peers, management and support resources, with a constant commitment to teamwork and exemplary customer service. Demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills to small and large groups with an ability to lead and influence Strong organizational skills required with excellent attention to detail and accuracy orientation along with an ability to prioritize and handle multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision Willingness to work with clientele within a 50-mile radius Willingness and desire to embrace technology to add value to service offerings for customers.

Specific Responsibilities and Key Deliverables Include:

Management of existing customer base to ensure levels of service and sharing of product knowledge consistent with Wilbur Ellis practices and values to ensure retention of customer base. Identify new key customers, understand their business, determine their needs and develop plans and actions for sales territory growth. Communicate with branch management the initiatives, objectives, strategies, and action plans for maintaining existing customer base, enhancing service/product offerings to customer base and attracting and obtaining new customers. Serve as point person for managing the support resources for the territory including value-added nutrition, branded products, seed, purchasing and technology and overseeing the implementation and success of the plans and objectives with branch personnel. Responsible for sales territory budgeting, forecasting and analysis. Responsible for following credit policies and managing risk for the company Responsible for development of annual business plan that optimizes growth and profitability for the territory. Implements marketing and sales plans; establish and meet sales goals, and network with industry representatives to expand sales opportunities Build product and market knowledge to add understanding and credibility Provide support to other team members necessary to attain branch and performance goals. Proactively seek and participate in available company-sponsored training, in an effort to develop and advance skill set and knowledge base. Present a professional image to our customers in all interactions (verbal, computer and face-to-face) through personal appearance and overall demeanor. Become primary contact between your customers and Wilbur-Ellis Company including deliveries, forecasting, credit, complaint handling, custom application, etc. Follow all safety rules and regulations while performing work assignments and adhere to all policies (i.e., credit, equipment usage, social media policy) and procedures as specified in company manuals and as directed in the employee handbook. Perform all other duties as assigned by management in a professional and efficient manner. Physical Requirements:

Ability to travel by automobile or commercial transportation to other branches, meeting locations or customer farms Ability to work long periods of time while standing Ability to bend, stoop, kneel, lift (up to 40 lbs. safely) easily Compensation and Benefits

Competitive annual salary (to be determined based on experience and other factors) Opportunity to earn a performance-based bonus (dependent upon results achieved) Comprehensive company benefits If you are currently a Wilbur-Ellis employee, please notify your Manager prior to applying for this position. Thank you!

COMPANY CULTURE

Wilbur-Ellis is a company you can be proud to call your employer

Wilbur-Ellis markets and distributes agricultural products, animal feed and specialty chemicals and food ingredients. A privately held and consistently profitable company, we employ more than 4,000 people throughout North America and Asia-Pacific.

Wilbur-Ellis is for and about people

Wilbur-Ellis has enjoyed over ninety-three years of success and growth, all thanks to our people. Our employees are both leaders and team players who thrive on creativity, entrepreneurial spirit and a dedication to quality work, our customers and each other.

Wilbur-Ellis invests in the industry’s best workforce

Wilbur-Ellis invests heavily in our employees by offering skill development and training, competitive compensation and benefits and a tradition of promoting from within for a broad range of career opportunities. And we foster a supportive, people-first work environment.

Responsibilities

Management of existing customer base to ensure levels of service and sharing of product knowledge consistent with Wilbur Ellis practices and values to ensure retention of customer base. Identify new key customers, understand their business, determine their needs and develop plans and actions for sales territory growth. Communicate with branch management the initiatives, objectives, strategies, and action plans for maintaining existing customer base, enhancing service/product offerings to customer base and attracting and obtaining new customers. Serve as point person for managing the support resources for the territory including value-added nutrition, branded products, seed, purchasing and technology and overseeing the implementation and success of the plans and objectives with branch personnel. Responsible for sales territory budgeting, forecasting and analysis. Responsible for following credit policies and managing risk for the company Responsible for development of annual business plan that optimizes growth and profitability for the territory. Implements marketing and sales plans; establish and meet sales goals, and network with industry representatives to expand sales opportunities Build product and market knowledge to add understanding and credibility Provide support to other team members necessary to attain branch and performance goals. Proactively seek and participate in available company-sponsored training, in an effort to develop and advance skill set and knowledge base. Present a professional image to our customers in all interactions (verbal, computer and face-to-face) through personal appearance and overall demeanor. Become primary contact between your customers and Wilbur-Ellis Company including deliveries, forecasting, credit, complaint handling, custom application, etc. Follow all safety rules and regulations while performing work assignments and adhere to all policies (i.e., credit, equipment usage, social media policy) and procedures as specified in company manuals and as directed in the employee handbook. Perform all other duties as assigned by management in a professional and efficient manner.

Basic Requirements

Requires excellent interpersonal and strong communication skills (verbal and written) for interaction with customers and fellow team members including having the ability to maintain a positive and professional working relationship with peers, management and support resources, with a constant commitment to teamwork and exemplary customer service. Demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills to small and large groups with an ability to lead and influence Strong organizational skills required with excellent attention to detail and accuracy orientation along with an ability to prioritize and handle multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision Willingness to work with clientele within a 50-mile radius Willingness and desire to embrace technology to add value to service offerings for customers. Ability to travel by automobile or commercial transportation to other branches, meeting locations or customer farms Ability to work long periods of time while standing Ability to bend, stoop, kneel, lift (up to 40 lbs. safely) easily

Preferred Requirements

Bachelor’s degree or higher in Agriculture or Business related field is preferred Minimum of 3 – 5 years’ experience in the agricultural industry CA PCA (Pest Control Advisor) license required. CCA Certificate would be a plus Intermediate level proficiency with computers utilizing Microsoft Windows, Windows applications and ERP order entry systems

12/12/2018 Summer Camp Counselor, Leavenworth Closes 07/01/2019

Company Name:       Camp Fire NCW & Camp Zanika

Contact Person:        Alexis Blessing

Phone:                        509-663-1609

Email:                         camp1@nwi.net

Location:                   Leavenworth

Base Pay:                   1800-3000 for the summer, includes meals and housing. FLSA 13(3)(a)

Job Closing Date:     07-01-2019

How to apply:            Email

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 2019 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. 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. 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

Staff are responsible for the car and safety of campers

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.

10/02/2018 Youth Development Professional, Part-Time / 20 hrs per week Open until filled

Boys and Girls Club of the Columbia Basin Job Title:                            Youth Development Professional (YDP) Supervisor:                         Program Director Work Site Location:        McGraw Clubhouse Hours per week:               Part-Time (20 hours per week)—great for college student!! Working Hours:                Generally will be Monday-Friday between 2:30pm and 6:30pm Job Summary: YDP primary responsibilities involve providing a positing place for member interaction while developing and maintain positive relationships with club members. Plan, Implement, Supervise, and Evaluate activities provided within a specific program area, such as: Game Room, Arts and Crafts, Education Center, Computer Room, and Gym/Outside. Skills and Knowledge High School Diploma or GED OR Experience working with children Ability to be flexible and adaptable Ability to plan and implement quality programs for youth Ability to organize and supervise members (children) in a safe environment Ability to motivate youth and manage behavior problems Working Conditions YDP shall spend time at his/her assigned Clubhouse with responsibilities for an assigned area, in order to provide quality programs and activities for club members. Working hours may vary depending on activities and events.  When needed, the position may be assigned as a floater instead of a specific location. Job Functions: Create an environment that facilitates the achievement of Youth Development Outcomes Run programs and activities that promote and stimulate member participation Register new members and participate in their club orientation process Monitor and evaluate programs, services, and activities to ensure member safety, program quality and Clubhouse appearance Additional Duties Ensure a productive work environment by participating in weekly staff meetings and trainings Maintain positive, friendly, and professional interactions with the club employees and cooperating organizations Participation in special events or programs Cleaning assigned areas Some weekend/evening work may be required for special events

10/02/2018 Youth Development Professional, Part-Time/10 hrs per week    Open until filled

Boys and Girls Club of the Columbia Basin Job Title:                            Youth Development Professional (YDP) Supervisor:                         Program Director Work Site Location:        Success Unlimited (After School Programs-Elementary Schools) North, Larson Heights, Longview, Lakeview Terrace, Midway, and Peninsula. Hours per week:               Part-Time (10 hours per week)—great for college student!! Working Hours:                Generally will be Monday-Thursday between 3:15pm and 5:45pm Job Summary: YDP primary responsibilities involve providing a positing place for member interaction while developing and maintain positive relationships with club members. Plan, Implement, Supervise, and Evaluate activities provided within a specific program area, such as: Game Room, Arts and Crafts, Education Center, Computer Room, and Gym/Outside. These programs will be held at one of the Success Unlimited (after school programs in ML elementary schools). Skills and Knowledge High School Diploma or GED OR Experience working with children Ability to be flexible and adaptable Ability to plan and implement quality programs for youth Ability to organize and supervise members (children) in a safe environment Ability to motivate youth and manage behavior problems Working Conditions YDP shall spend time at his/her assigned Clubhouse with responsibilities for an assigned area, in order to provide quality programs and activities for club members. Working hours may vary depending on activities and events.  When needed, the position may be assigned as a floater instead of a specific location. Job Functions: Create an environment that facilitates the achievement of Youth Development Outcomes Run programs and activities that promote and stimulate member participation Register new members and participate in their club orientation process Monitor and evaluate programs, services, and activities to ensure member safety, program quality and Clubhouse appearance Additional Duties Ensure a productive work environment by participating in weekly staff meetings and trainings Maintain positive, friendly, and professional interactions with the club employees and cooperating organizations Participation in special events or programs Cleaning assigned areas Some weekend/evening work may be required for special events

07/20/2018 Aviation Insurance Senior Underwriter closes 02/01/2019

Company Name:       United States Aviation Underwriters, Inc./USAIG Contact Person:        Karen Rafferty Phone:                        212-859-3697 Email:                        karen.rafferty@usaig.com Website Address:      http://www.usaig.com

Job Title:                   Senior Underwriter – Aviation Insurance

Job Description/Qualification: Do you have a pilot’s heart and an accountant’s attention to detail? If so, we’d like to hear from you! We currently offer an excellent opportunity for a Senior Underwriter in our Seattle Branch Office. The successful candidate will review complex general aviation insurance proposals to evaluate, classify, and rate personal, corporate or commercial programs, accept or reject applications, negotiate pricing and coverage and perform various administrative functions.

About Us: America’s First Name in Aviation Insurance — Our tagline is far more than just a marketing slogan – it’s literally true.

In 1928, two enterprising pilots developed the idea of offering specialized insurance to the aviation industry. Working diligently, they established USAIG, an insurance pool composed of insurers dedicated to providing expertise in aviation underwriting and claims handling. USAIG quickly became and today remains a leading insurance provider to all segments of the aviation and aerospace industry. United States Aviation Underwriters, Inc. (USAU) manages an insurance pool of member companies, United States Aircraft Insurance Group (USAIG) and underwrites on behalf of the member companies within the USAIG pool. We are a subsidiary of General Re Corporation, a leading global reinsurer, and a member of the Berkshire Hathaway Inc. family of companies.

Responsibilities: Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: •Responsible for handling complex accounts and evaluating risks and exposures by examining documents such as applications and inspection reports to analyze risk factors relating to the aircraft, factors such as applicant’s use of aircraft, pilots and airports, financial standing, accident experience, and value and condition of aircraft. •Review company records to determine amount of insurance in force on single risk or group of closely related risks, and evaluate possibility of losses due to catastrophe. •Communicate with clients and brokers, insurance or inspection companies to obtain information, quote rates, or explain company underwriting policies. •Design customized insurance programs based upon risk assessment. •Decline undesirable risks based upon company designated criteria. •Create underwriting reports utilizing word processing, spreadsheet and data base software programs. •Initiate administrative processes such as generation of quotes, binders, invoices and insurance policies. •Create and maintain strong internal and external client relations. •Perform miscellaneous projects and administrative functions as assigned.

Basic Requirements Bachelors Degree; aviation/business related concentration preferred •Private pilot license with instrument rating desired. Approximately 300 plus flight hours preferred. •Five to ten years of aviation insurance experience required. •High quality underwriting and customer service support encompassing ability to handle complex coverage issues and challenging client relations •Strong knowledge of industry issues and trends •Advanced analytical and mathematical proficiency •Solid computer skills, including Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access desired •Excellent interpersonal skills •Strong communication skills including solid presentation skills •Solid negotiation skills and ability to exercise sound judgment and decision making •Good organization skills, ability to prioritize and handle projects with minimum supervision •Independent thinker possessing self-motivation, detail orientation, solid organization skills and ability to prioritize projects and work assignments •Ability to work well under time constraints and meet deadlines •Ability to work well in a team environment and collaborate with internal and external business partners to ensure timely and appropriate management of service issues •Attainment of insurance agent’s license and meet continuing education requirements •Flexibility to travel (some overnight travel); sometimes with short notice •Willingness to take professional development, insurance and aviation related courses

Please send your resume and cover letter to: karen.rafferty@usaig.com

Location:       Seattle, WA Job Closing Date:     02-01-2019 How would you like to be contacted:          Email

 

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