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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.

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07/03/2019 Plant Operations Manager Moses Lake, WA

Northland Cable

 Northland Communications is a nationally-recognized organization specializing in providing a variety of quality telecommunication services that meet the needs of consumers arid businesses located in smaller communities.
We are seeking a constructive leader with the savvy to build and foster relationships through a team environment. Bring your Leadership skills and we will provide a telecommunications career surrounded and supported by seasoned-professional staff and management. This individual will lead our Technical Staff in the position of:
This position reports to the Director of Operations and is located in Moses Lake, WA. Responsibilities include managing the work of technical stall, coordinating field operations with office operations, managing the safety program, FCC compliance, preventative and demand maintenance, and quality control and assurance.
The successful candidate will apply positive leadership techniques, cultivate relationships and maintain a professional team in order to provide excellent responsive service to the customers. The ability to recognize priorities and meet critical deadlines, maintain an optimistic outlook, strong customer service and communications skills, and the ability to comprehend and effectively market information technology is required.
A minimum of six years of CATV experience is required, including two years’ experience managing technical staff. Completion of NCTI System Technician or equal required. Successful employment history demonstrating a capacity of increasing management responsibility and completion of the NCTI Advanced Technician and various management courses preferred. Candidate must possess a clean driving record and a valid driver’s license.
Northland offers an exciting benefits package including subsidized employee and dependent medical, dental and vision insurance, 401(k), company paid life insurance, vacation, holiday and sick pay and educational assistance. Voluntary life insurance and disability coverage are available.
To apply for this position, visit Northland’s Career page at Equal Opportunity Employer.  Pre-employment drug test, motor vehicle record and background check required.  May be required to meet Federal DOT Standards, including satisfactory completion of post-offer medical exam

07/01/2019 College Vet Corps (AmeriCorps), Big Bend CC, Immediate Need

AmeriCorps Vet Corps
Looking to Serve Veterans on your College Campus?
WA State Department of Veterans Affairs
Eligible Applicants:                          Veterans, Spouses, and Dependents
Requirements                                   HS Diploma
Start Date                                          09/01/2019 Alumni and Current Students eligible
Training                              Mandatory Training:  August 23-26 at Central WA University
Position Information
Full time-40 hours per week with flexibility. Total 1700 hours of national service by end of 10 month period
Pay & Stipend:                                  Volunteer Stipend: $1343 per month
                                                            Education Benefit $5730 at completion of 10 month contract
For More Information:         
How to Apply:                        
                                                            Search for Vet Corps Listing ID # 88434
Local Rep Contact                           Tony Sandoval

07/01/2019 Auto Sales, Spokane, WA Immediate Need

NOW HIRING          Sales Consultants
Spokane, WA
Our up front and friendly sales process breaks the mold. We’re honest, enthusiastic, team -oriented, and great with customers. Join our team and learn why we’re one of the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For!
We provide a generous benefits package that includes health, wealth, and work/ life balance programs.
Full- and part -time benefits
Paid training
Tuition assistance
Retirement saving s plan
Car discount
Apply now at

07/01/2019 Cave B Inn and Resort-various openings -Immediate Need to Hire

Cave B Inn and Resort
We have seeking employees for the following positions.  With concert and wedding season, we encourage full time and/or part time employment and are willing work around schedules if needed depending on the position.
·       Line Cook Tendrils Restaurant
·       Prep Cook Tendrils Restaurant/Banquets
·       Server Tendrils Restaurant
·       Host Tendrils Restaurant
·       Server for Wedding Banquets (mostly on weekends)
·       Bartender for Wedding Banquets (mostly weekends)
·       Housekeeper
We offer competitive salaries, medical, dental and vision benefits for employees that work 30 hours or more.  The work environment is service oriented and a can be a fun and rewarding experience for the right people!  Some of the positions are hourly, plus tips.
We encourage applicants to apply and encourage entry level applicants by offering full training in the appropriate positions. 
Submit an e-mail of interest, or resumes to:
Or, applicants may stop by and visit us to pick-up an application. 

07/01/2019 College Access Corps Coordinator Position, Big Bend Student Success Center

2019-20 College Access Corps Coordinator Position Description  (FT AmeriCorps Position)
PROGRAM PURPOSE: The purpose of the College Access Corps AmeriCorps program is to improve college access for low-income 4th – 12th grade youth*. AmeriCorps members will serve on campuses, in schools and/or non-profit agencies, recruit college students to serve as College Access Coaches, and together they will provide college access interventions to low-income youth.
TITLE: College Access Corps Coordinator
MEMBER END DATE (10.5 months after start date): June 30, 2020
DAYS OF SERVICE: Monday – Friday  (may need to serve some evenings and weekends)
HOURS OF SERVICE: 8:00am-5:00pm
SERVICE SITE: Big Bend Community College
Recruit, select, and train college students as college access coaches
Recruit volunteers for National Days of Service and other community service events
Provide age appropriate college access interventions to participating youth
Compile and update college access program sustainability manual (one for each campus program)
Collect and document program assessment data in required tracking tools and progress reports
Participate in College Access Corps trainings, including orientation, mid-year training, graduation, regional cohort meetings and others as scheduled
Engage in personal reflection
Collaborate with other CAC teammates and national service members in your community on common projects
Record and track hours in monthly timesheets
Be a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States
Be 18 or older
Have an AA/BA or some college
Agree to a National Service Criminal History Check and not have a sexual offense or murder conviction
other offenses may also prohibit participation, but will be determined on a case by case basis)
Commit to serving 1700 hours (no more than 20% of aggregate time can be spent on training/professional development and no more than 10% on fundraising)
Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds
Strong organization, problem-solving, and written and oral communication skills
Proficiency in Office Suite and Google platform
Program management (marketing, event planning, training, volunteer management) experience
Strong initiative, self-starter, and enthusiasm for helping others succeed
Committed to promoting educational equity and inclusion
Living allowance of $13,992 (distributed over 10.5 months)
Loan forbearance and interest accrual reimbursement on qualifying loans
Basic health care plan (if needed)
Education Award of $6,095 upon successful completion of the program
Childcare assistance for qualifying members
Members will be given a mid-year and end of year member evaluation from their program supervisor
Networking, training, and professional development opportunities
A chance to make a difference in your community and schools!
For More Information Contact:
Diana Villafaña, Student Success Center Coordinator   
Email:                  Phone: 509.793.2401
The College Access Corps program, an AmeriCorps program, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action enroller of AmeriCorps service volunteers.  Members of ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, and recently separated veterans, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply.  The College Access Corps only enrolls members who are citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent resident aliens of the United States.  All new members must show service eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and must satisfy the National Service Criminal History Check eligibility criteria pursuant to 45 CFR 254

07/01/2019 Bilingual (English/Spanish) Registered Nurse, Various Locations, open until filled

Company Name:                      AnovaWorks, PLLC
Contact Person:                      Frances Podratz
Phone:                                       509 703-5758
Employer Address:                413 N Mission St, Wenatchee WA 98801 (headquarters)
How to Apply:                          Via email to Frances Podratz
Work Location Address:     TBD (Hiring for New Employer Site Clinics)
Job Title:                                     Registered Nurse
Base Pay:                                     DOE
Job Closing Date:                    Until filled
Job Description/Qualifications:
We are seeking a Bi-Lingual Registered Nurse to join our team! Provides independent professional nursing evaluation, diagnoses and therapeutic intervention of the working client regarding both work-related and non-work-related health . Promotes employee health, workplace safety and assists in managing employee health costs for employer. This position is for new clinics to be located on the employer site at 2-3 locations (Moses Lake, North Othello, Pasco) . Travel time and mileage reimbursed. Bi-lingual Spanish required due to patient population. Starting salary DOE.
Duties include
but are not limited to:
Performs nursing tasks independently, within legal scope of practice. Provides high quality occupational health and safety services efficiently. Refers patients to clinic, emergency departments or personal providers as needed. Accurately triages workplace injuries/illnesses and provides appropriate nursing interventions. Performs basic physical examinations; relays findings to patients and providers. Provides safety/health assessments of the worksite and develops/presents abatement plans to management/employees. Is familiar with the work processes and safety/health hazards at each on-site location. Provides occupational health surveillance testing including, but not limited to, pulmonary function testing, respirator fit testing, audiometry, vision screening, alcohol/drug screening, venipuncture, blood specimen collection. Develops and implements health/safety promotion strategies for the individual and group.
AnovaWorks is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer, M/F/D/V.

07/01/2019 Avista openings Various locations

Control Operator Jun 27, 2019 Hydro Operations CONTR02644 Full Time Kettle Falls WA Gen Sta –
Kettle Falls, WA
Avista has a rewarding and challenging opportunity for a Control Operator in Kettle Falls, WA. This is a position with career potential in renewable energy. The Control Operator is responsible for the start-up, operation and shutdown of one GE 53MW biomass steam plant and one 7MW Solar Combined Cycle Turbine using computerized monitoring devices, electrical switchgear and related auxiliary equipment in a safe and efficient manner from a central control room.
Business Analyst (Customer Insights and Research) Jun 27, 2019 Quality BUSIN02640 Full Time Mission – Spokane, WA 
We are looking for a new team member that loves working with insights and data, understands our customer and our business, and gets excited about providing insights from analytics. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a dynamic team and help inform communication and program direction based on customer data and direct feedback. This person will be responsible for the ongoing administration and configuration of our online panel platform, working with vendors to perform formal research, performing analysis and pulling insights from a number of customer interactions related to research.
Training & Apprentice Program Specialist Jun 27, 2019 Clerical/Support TRAIN02657 Full Time Jack Stewart Training Ctr – Spokane, WA
Responsible for providing technical and operational support to the Craft Training department. Manage department activities related to the operation of apprenticeship and pre-apprentice utility school programs to build and maintain a highly skilled and trained workforce. Ensures the quality, effectiveness and consistency of apprenticeship and pre-apprentice utility school programs comply with state and federal regulatory standards. Maintains positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders and regulatory agencies. Communicates information to support the training group, managers, general foremen, JATC and apprentices.
Manager Customer Service Jun 26, 2019 Manager MANAG02623 Full Time Spokane Valley – Spokane Valley, WA
We are looking for someone that is quick to smile, engaging and energetic with a sincere passion for helping our customers and employees. This position provides leadership to employees in the Spokane customer service department. Focuses on leading people to achieve outstanding customer service and experience while at the same time managing business results and fostering a culture that is customer centric. Supports and implements actions to support a variety of corporate strategic initiatives along with individual department goals. High expectations for continuous improvement methodology.
Learning and Development Coordinator Jun 25, 2019 Human Resources INSTR02652 Full Time Mission –
Spokane, WA
Do you thrive in a creative atmosphere and enjoy designing dynamic and innovative solutions for adult learning? The type of learning that helps others increase their effectiveness, makes the client happy and fosters those “light bulb moments” for learners? If you are pursuing a new opportunity to grow while making a positive difference in a learning and development environment, Avista may have the role for you. Avista is seeking a solutions builder who wants to work in a collaborative environment with a strong company culture, to design and develop a variety of learning offerings. If you are a talented, detail-oriented professional who enjoys problem solving, and developing creative training methods, we encourage you to apply for our Learning and Development Coordinator position.
Terrestrial Program Leader Jun 24, 2019 Supervisor SUPVA02506 Full Time Noxon MT Gen Station –
Noxon, MT
The Clark Fork Terrestrial Program Leader will play a significant role towards the successful implementation of the Clark Fork Settlement Agreement and associated Clark Fork River Hydroelectric Project License. The position requires an individual who can work independently to implement a wide range of terrestrial related programs, synthesize information and write reports, manage the work of contractors, and coordinate efforts with agency partners. The position interacts with a wide range of stakeholders including external agencies, Tribes, interest groups and citizen stakeholders, as well as other Avista employees. The position will manage issues related to terrestrial resources.
Manager of External Reporting Jun 21, 2019 Financial Analysis & Tax EXTER02653 Full Time Mission – Spokane, WA
We are looking for a Manager of External Reporting. This position operates as the primary point of contact for preparation and filing of our financial statements with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Avista Corp. is an energy company involved in the production, transmission and distribution of energy as well as other energy-related businesses located in Spokane Washington. Its service territory covers 30,000 square miles in eastern Washington, northern Idaho and parts of southern and eastern Oregon.
Network Engineer – Control Environments Jun 21, 2019 IT Infrastructure NETWO02615 Full Time Mission – Spokane, WA
The Energy Utility Industry is currently experiencing innovative telecommunications and networking demands for highly technical business initiatives, as well as increased regulatory requirements. The Utility’s ability to enable sensor monitoring, metering infrastructure, grid communications control, and core back office applications in a high performance, secure, multi-domain environment, is critical to enhance energy delivery and customer satisfaction.
Mechanical/Structural Helpers – Temporary Jun 21, 2019 Production & Construction MSHEL02641 Full Time Mission – Spokane, WA
It is our intent that the Mechanical/Structural Helpers would form a candidacy pool for the Journeyman Mechanical/Structural apprenticeship program.
Temporary M/S Journeyman – 12 Months Jun 21, 2019 Production & Construction TEMPO02464 Full Time Mission – Spokane, WA
Avista is looking for experienced Mechanical/Structural Journeymen for temporary 12 month positions. These positions are needed to install, dismantle, repair, reassemble and maintain a wide variety of heavy mechanical equipment, machinery and tools; to perform new mechanical construction throughout the substations and power generating plants.
Accounting Specialist III Jun 21, 2019 Clerical/Support SPECI02643 Full Time Mission – Spokane, WA
We are looking for an Accounting Specialist who is responsible for entering, reviewing, and routing invoices in a timely manner with a high degree of accuracy and speed, responsible for vendor contact and problem resolution, and providing information as needed to customers within and outside the company. Avista Corp. is an energy company involved in the production, transmission and distribution of energy as well as other energy-related businesses located in Spokane Washington. Its service territory covers 30,000 square miles in eastern Washington, northern Idaho and parts of southern and eastern Oregon.
Learning and Development Coordinator Jun 21, 2019 Human Resources LEARN02637 Full Time Spokane Valley – Spokane Valley, WA
Our Learning and Development Coordinator Learning and Development designs, develops, and implements innovative training, curriculum, materials, and programs to meet the specific training needs of Customer Service. We’re looking for someone who will be responsible for maximizing the effectiveness of a variety of learning methods and systems as well as designing instructor led, web based, and blended learning programs. Ensures that training and development programs are at the highest level of company and industry best practices and standards. You will be joining an engaged team that is known for its customer focus, creativity, and commitment. This is a chance for you to make a positive and lasting difference for our employees, our organization and the communities we serve.
Meter Reader – Temporary Jun 21, 2019 Overhead, Undergrnd & Gen METER02648 Full Time Mission –
Spokane, WA
This is a temporary position to read gas and electric meters in the field and provide billing for customers by operating an electronic billing machine or using computer cards. To note and record irregularities and assist customers with questions or complaints. This position is the highest of a multi-step progression and is expected to know all aspects of Meter Reader duties for the Company. Lower steps in this classification are expected to progress into all aspects of these duties.
Integration Domain Architect Jun 19, 2019 IT Development DOMAI02603 Full Time Spokane Downtown Campus – Spokane, WA
Avista is looking to hire an exceptional individual as our Integration Domain Architect to provide functional and technical leadership for our Integration development team.
Distributed Systems Operations Engineer Jun 18, 2019 IT Development DISTR02625 Full Time Mission –
Spokane, WA
Responsible for the monitoring and maintaining of various infrastructure technology distributed systems (including Lenovo/Dell Hardware, Windows Desktop OS, Office Products, Citrix, XenDesktop, Print Servers/HP Printing Platforms, SCCM, iOS/Apple Mobility, Airwatch, NetMotion, etc.)
Journeyman Lineman-Othello Jun 18, 2019 Overhead, Undergrnd & Gen JOURN02627 Full Time Othello WA Office – Othello, WA
To install, repair and maintain overhead and underground electrical power lines and auxiliary equipment. This position is the highest of a multi-step progression from Apprentice Lineman 1 to Journeyman Lineman and is expected to know all aspects of Journeyman Lineman duties for the Company. Lower steps in this classification are expected to progress into all aspects of these duties.
Security Compliance Analyst Jun 18, 2019 Compliance ANALY02619 Full Time Mission – Spokane, WA
The Security Compliance Analyst is responsible to implement the oversight functions of Avista’s Reliability Compliance Program by applying knowledge of regulatory requirements and specific subject matter pertaining to compliance with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (“NERC”) Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Reliability Standards.
Sr Manager Network Engineering Jun 18, 2019 Manager SRMAN02645 Full Time Mission – Spokane, WA
The Energy Utility Industry is experiencing innovative network and telecommunication demands for evolving business initiatives and regulatory requirements. The Utility’s ability to enable sensor monitoring, metering infrastructure, mobility, and control of the electric distribution network is critical to perform and enhance energy delivery. The position has overall business responsibility for global network strategy, architecture, standards and long range technology planning for the enterprise (customer, control, safety, and back office networks). Ensure technology investments, expenses, performance, and capacity align with Company values and regulatory agencies.
Journeyman P/C Mtr Tech 2 Jun 4, 2019 Production & Construction JOURN02588 Full Time Mission –
Spokane, WA
To verify correct connections of newly installed circuits in generating stations and substations and reports errors. To test generating equipment, measuring instruments and other components of the electrical system for proper operation and makes or suggests corrections where necessary.

07/01/2019 Seed Technician, Nationwide Recruitment closes 08/22/2019

Company Name                                Monsanto/ Bayer
Contact Person                                  Melania Recine
Phone                                                 (401)642-1720
Job Title                                             Seed Technician
Location                                             Nationwide
Base Pay                                             Not Specified
Job Closing Date                               08-22-2019
Job Description/Qualification        
The primary responsibilities of this role, Seed Technician, are to:
• Operate machinery / equipment for the production process and managing our grower network as applicable, ensuring that the production process happens safely, effectively and with quality in alignment with general procedures of the area;
• Mentor new employees, perform basic maintenance of equipment and handle basic activities in Bayer systems (SAP and electronic networks), commonly used in production processes;
• 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.
Who you are
Your success will be driven by your demonstration of our LIFE values. More specifically related to this position, Bayer seeks an incumbent who possesses the following:
Basic Required Qualifications
• High School Diploma or equivalent;
• Basic knowledge of IT (Internet, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, 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.
This position is not eligible for relocation assistance.

07/01/2019 WA State Dept for the Blind, Orientation and Training Center Administrator, Seattle

Application Link:

WA State Department of Services for the Blind
$78,950 – $89,765 per year, starting July 1st
Orientation and Training Center (OTC) Administrator
 The goal of the Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) is to assist in the stable employment of Blind, Deaf Blind and Low Vision clients.  The purpose of the Orientation and Training Center (OTC) Administrator is to manage the programs and participant activity performed by the agency with residential and commuting students located in the Orientation and Training Center (OTC) in the Seattle area. 
The position is a leadership role that is responsible for a multi-disciplinary team along with managing a budget of over $1 million dollars.  The funds provide a number of services that include assessments, adjustment to blindness, self-advocacy, adaptive skills of living, and vocational training services that serve 60-100 Washington State residents who are blind, low vision, or deaf blind.  The ability to provide these services fulfills the agency’s mission of “Inclusion, Independence, and Economic Vitality for individuals with visual disabilities.
Some of what you’ll enjoy doing in your job:
Ensure the highest quality student experience in providing intensive and daily adaptive skills of blindness trainings through the center, including
Adaptive computer skills
Orientation and Mobility skills
Adaptive home management skills
Braille skills
Adaptive methods for personal organization, financial management, and a range of work and life tasks
Self-advocacy skills
Career readiness skills
Educate and incorporate the Agency cultural values within teams;
Ensure that training program supports needs of adult learners with range of disabilities;
Resolve and mediate conflict situations;
Emphasize and encourage vocational context for all multidisciplinary team staff roles;
Establish, review and revise agency procedure;
Fill all staff vacancies in accordance with Collective Bargaining Agreement, state HR requirements, needs
of agency and local team, and agency values for diversity/disability representation among the workforce;
Work to ensure staff continuously review and refine understanding of the subtle contexts of working in field of disability;
Communicate staff performance expectations and conduct performance reviews & evaluations;
Analyze data and reorganize work to manage agency resources;
Analyze spending trends and outcomes to assist teams in best stewardship of state resources;
Give individualized recognition and appreciation for exceptional and/or consistently high quality work performance;
Provide supports for student scheduling, comprehensive trainings and career experience for approximately 60-100 residential and commuting students annually;
Identify and address facility needs (training & residential);
Solicit and integrate participant feedback into improvement processes;
Develop and implement internal outreach strategies within teams to increase student capacity and target awareness in underserved communities;
Provide direct marketing and orientation of program to DSB customers, DSB staff, and community members;
Assess the effectiveness of the program through on-going surveys and other methods and modify the program as appropriate
Maintain accurate data for program evaluation and reporting;
Implement, track and revise agency’s strategic initiatives among staff;
Initiate, manage and guide agency program improvement projects;
Manage change process for teams; communicate, and implement change, addressing staff needs within change process;
Communicate agency performance and outcomes with teams, and strategize with teams for continuous performance improvements;
Communicate program updates within the teams, and communicate staff needs to management group;
Identify resource needs and strategize means for resolving needs;
Develop systems to promote strong case documentation among staff;
Bachelor’s Degree in Vocational Rehabilitation, Counseling, Public or Business Administration, Adult Education, or related field required;
2 years of supervisory experience
Six (6) years’ experience in public administration and/or developing and managing adult educational training programs
Expert knowledge of current adaptive skills of blindness rehabilitation teaching practices
Special Requirement Qualifications
Must pass Criminal Justice Records Check
Masters’ Degree in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling, Rehabilitation Teaching, Public or Business Administration, Adult Education, or a related field
Understanding of the culture  and expectations of the blind community
Work experience with a range of people with disabilities
Experience in:
Job readiness/vocational training
Adaptive skills and technologies of blindness and low vision
Work within a public Vocational Rehabilitation program
English as a Second Language (ESL) training
Managing distance learning programs
Curriculum development and course scheduling
Please attach the following documents, failure to do so may result in not being considered for the position:
Supplemental Information
A letter of interest that shows your personality and voice to describe why you are the successful candidate and how you meet the specific qualifications for this position;
Current resume, detailing experience, and education; and
A list of at least three (3) professional references with current telephone numbers.
More than Just a Paycheck!
By submitting these materials, you are indicating that all information is true and correct. The state may verify information. Any untruthful or misleading information is cause for removal from the applicant pool or dismissal if employed.
Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications and wish to claim Veteran’s Preference MUST attach a copy of their DD214, or other verification of military service. Please blackout any personally identifiable data such as social security numbers.
Applicants claiming veteran’s preference points must attach the documentation with each on-line application. If you do not provide appropriate documentation to qualify for these preference points, the points will not be awarded.
 For additional information on Veteran’s Preference and guidance on how to determine if you are eligible, click here.
 We thank you and are grateful for your service
We celebrate our differences and we are committed to a workplace that supports equal opportunity employment and inclusion regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity diversity, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. We will also consider qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with applicable federal, state and local laws.
Persons with a disability, who need assistance with their application or need this announcement in an alternative format, may call (360) 664-1960 or toll free (877) 664-1960. TTY users should first call 711 to access the Washington Relay Service.
Should you have any questions regarding this position or the online application, contact Lolo Florentino Arevalo at (360) 407-8074 or

07/01/2019 City of Spokane job posting board

City of Spokane job posting board.  Click on link to see positions

07/01/2019 Correction Officer, Seattle, WA Open until 12/31/2019

Company Name                    King County- Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention
Contact Person                      Blake Bennett
Phone                                     (206)263-3651
Job Title                                 Correction Officer
Location                                 Seattle
Base Pay                                 $27.85 – $37.16 Hourly $57,928.00 – $77,292.80 Annually
JOB NUMBER: 2019JB10040
Job Closing Date                   12-31-2019
Job Description/Qualification
Newly hired Corrections Officers may be eligible for hiring incentives up to $5,000*.
Qualified lateral Corrections Officers may be eligible for hiring incentives up to $10,000*.
The Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention is now accepting applications for the position of Corrections Officer. Qualified applicants may remain eligible for employment consideration for 11 months after their completion of the Public Safety Test exam.
About the position: King County DAJD correctional facilities operate 24-hours per day, 7-days per week. Corrections Officers work assigned shifts, including days, swing, graveyard, holidays, weekends, and mandatory overtime when necessary.
This position requires direct contact with inmates. The inmate population includes potentially volatile and combative individuals with emotional, mental health, and alcohol/substance abuse problems. Incumbents are responsible for booking, releasing, inmate management, supervision, and security work within DAJD jail facilities and the Work Release Unit.
Typically, duties are performed within adult detention facilities. However, this position may require escort, transport and guarding inmates in the courthouse and medical facilities. These lockdown/secured environments require the ability to navigate ramps, stairs, opening and closing heavy doors, and working in narrow hallways.Corrections Officers are expected to maintain regular attendance, use their intellect and effective communication skills, use physical strength and endurance, maintain a professional demeanor and appearance, actively participate in tactical situations, emergency response, force training, and follow very detailed instructions, policies, procedures and the Code of Conduct.
Who may apply: This recruitment is open to all King County employees and the general public.
Work schedule: Facilities are operational 24-hours per day 7-days per week. Corrections Officers work 40.85 hour work week, including a paid meal break, and are overtime eligible. Incumbents must be available to work varied shifts; which include days, swing, graveyard, holidays, weekends, and mandatory overtime.
Work locations: Incumbents may be assigned to either of two work locations:
• King County Correctional Facility, 500 Fifth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104
• Maleng Regional Justice Center, 620 W. James Street, Kent, WA 98032
Schedule and facility assignments are subject to staffing needs of the department and collective bargaining unit bid processes, which are seniority based.
How to apply: Completion of a King County employment application and DAJD supplemental questionnaire is required. Resumes or letter of interest alone will not substitute for full application. Online applications are preferred. To apply, go to:
Who to contact: For assistance with the online application process, please contact NeoGov Customer Support toll free at 1-877-204-4442 or
For questions about the written examination, please contact Public Safety Testing at 1-866-447-3911 .
Questions regarding this position and the selection process may be directed to Sergeant Joshua Bott, at 206-477-5957 or or Candy Trang, DAJD Human Resources Analyst at
More information about this job and the department can be found on the DAJD website at
Veterans’ Preference: Incumbents requesting Veterans’ preference must submit a copy of their DD214
form, via email to to determine eligibility. Veterans’ preference will be applied as applicable.
About the department: The Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention (DAJD) is a professional and nationally recognized organization that supports safe, vibrant, and healthy communities in partnership with other criminal justice and human service agencies. DAJD operates the largest county jail system in the State of Washington, housing an average daily population of 80 juvenile detainees and more than 1900 adult inmates.
Department’s Mission: DAJD contributes to the public safety of the citizens of King County and Washington State by operating safe, secure, and humane detention facilities and community corrections programs, in an innovative and cost-effective manner.
King County DAJD is committed to upholding and promoting equal opportunity in employment. DAJD encourages people of all backgrounds, cultures and religions to apply, including veterans, people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ, and people with disabilities. DAJD values diversity and is committed to making appropriate accommodations as needed to support diversity as we believe that a diverse workforce is a strong workforce.
Oversee all activities of inmates, including recreation, meals, educational classes, visitation time, professional visits, social workers, and other authorized activities.
• Ensure the safe, secure, humane custody of inmates, adhering to constitutional obligations including access to legal counsel, medical and mental health services as required.
• Walking, running, sitting, standing for extended periods of time, and climbing stairs.
• Use appropriate physical defensive interventions and restraint techniques to maintain custody and control, up to and including deadly force, in accordance with local, state and federal law; achieve and maintain proficiency in application and use of defensive interventions and physical agility.
• Participate in required training’s in defensive tactics, electronic control devices, pepper spray, and other emergency and safety equipment.
• Ability to perform under high stress when confronted with emergent, critical or dangerous situations; handle multiple activities simultaneously; exercise sound judgment under stressful circumstances in which working with speed and sustained attention are critical to the job.
• Summon medical attention for inmates and render emergency first aid and CPR.
• Enforce rules, policies and procedures.
• Receive inmates into custody; input data into the computer. Sign off warrants, search inmates and property.
• Record personal data on required databases, logs and files. Check computer for outstanding warrants.
• Instruct and manage inmate behavior, in accordance with jail policies and procedures.
• Monitor and direct inmate movement and tasks.
• Operate control room and/or central control; monitor closed circuit television cameras and control access and egress within jails; security and alarm systems, communications and radio traffic.
• Anticipate, watch for, and intervene in potentially dangerous situations and other jail conditions.
• Relay approved information concerning inmates to relatives, attorneys, probation and police officers, and others.
• Coordinate with courts to ensure inmates appear as required.
• Safely operate a motor vehicle.
• Distribute inmate meals, mail, cleaning supplies, commissary requests and other items as required.
• Book and release inmates according policy to and procedure.
• Process and maintain commitments according to policies and procedures.
• Write detailed reports concerning any recommendation, problem, observation or emergency situations or occurrences within the jail, according to DAJD policy and training, or when directed by supervisors.
• Provide excellent customer service including professional and respectful behavior.
• Ensure confidentiality is upheld to the highest ethical standard.
• Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Maintain safety and security of inmates in their assigned residential unit/functional area, with special attention to their physical whereabouts, health and emotional well-being.
• Inspect facility, inmates, visitors and packages delivered to the facility.
• Utilize and monitor electronic screening devices.
• Conduct searches related to safety and security to include, but not limited to: vehicles, facilities, property and person for contraband, health hazards, safety and security violations.
• Must be able to perform mandatory overtime.
• Proper supervision of inmate cleaning and perform facility inspections routinely.
Minimum qualifications for entry level:
• Twenty-one years of age by the time of hire.
• Have a high school diploma or GED.
• Must possess a valid Washington State Driver’s License by the time of hire.
Most competitive: Applicants who possess corrections and/or criminal justice experience.
Lateral Experience: Training requirements and starting salary range will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Applicants currently working as a Corrections Officer are subject to the same application, testing and screening process as other candidates. However some additional benefits may be realized post-hire and include the following:
• Salary Consideration: Incumbents may be considered for placement at a step within the Corrections Officer salary range that is closest to their current salary (salaries must remain within the stated Corrections Officer salary range);
• Salary Consideration for Laterals: Salary may be evaluated for previous corrections experience on a case-by-case basis, up to Step 5 of the Corrections Officer salary range;
• Training Waiver Consideration: Incumbents may be considered for a full or partial Corrections Academy waiver, based on confirmation of attendance and successful completion of a comparable Corrections Academy. Training records of these incumbents will be reviewed to determine eligibility for a full or partial waiver.
Appearance: Corrections Officers are expected to keep their appearance within established guidelines. Hair will be neat, clean and well-groomed.
Male officers are expected to be clean-shaven, except that they may have mustaches which shall not extend below the lip line or one-half inch (1/2″) from the side of the mouth. Beards, handlebar and twisted-end mustaches are not allowed. Sideburns shall not extend past a horizontal plane at the base of the ear lobes and shall be neatly trimmed.
• Female officers may wear one pair of earring studs (only one earring per ear), measuring no more than three-sixteenth of an inch (3/16″) in diameter. Hoop earrings or any earring that hangs below the ear lobe are not allowed.
• No other visible piercing related jewelry is authorized.
• Tattoos, branding (intentional burning of the skin to create a design), voluntary disfigurement (marring or spoiling of the appearance or shape of a body part), or scarification (intentional cutting of the skin to create a design) shall be reviewed by the department on a case-by-case basis. Tattoos that are obscene, gang related or racially insensitive are forbidden.
Selection process: Incumbents selected for this position must submit all required forms and materials, and successfully complete each of the following:
• King County application for employment. Once the applications are screened, incumbents will be contacted by DAJD to precede the PST testing phase.
• Written examination administered by Public Safety Testing.
• Successful incumbents will be contacted by DAJD to proceed to the department’s background investigation process. The DAJD background investigation process is a thorough and extensive process which includes, but is not limited to: completion of an extensive Background Investigation Questionnaire, employment references check, criminal background check, polygraph examination, psychological testing/evaluation, finger printing, interview and physical examination (pre-employment physical).
Additional information regarding physical testing – Washington State Criminal Justice Training Center requirements: All Corrections Officers will be required to pass the Physical Ability Test (PAT) at time of hire. The physical qualification process will include the following components:
• Push-Ups: 15 minimum to 23 for maximum points, no time limit
• Sit-Ups: 12 minimum up to 18 for maximum points, one minute time limit
• 1.5 Mile Run: Complete a 1.5 mile run in 16:17 minutes for maximum points; “0” points for running 18:17 minutes or more
Test preparation kit may be purchased on PST’s webpage. In order to pass the Physical Agility Test administered by the WSCJTC, the applicant must earn 120 points from three events. It is not mathematically possible to earn 120 points and pass the test if the applicant fails any one of the events.
The physical requirement standards are gender and age neutral. The standard is set to test any person’s physical ability regardless of gender or age and all elements are completed in the same manner (i.e. all incumbents’ complete straight-knee push-ups). Additional information regarding the WSCJTC requirements can be found at: This website includes full details regarding the PAT, as well as information regarding how to prepare for the PAT. Individuals should consult with their health care provider before beginning a physical exercise program.
Post hire: Once hired, incumbents must successfully pass a physical ability test (PAT). The post-hire PAT is administered by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WSCJTC) which is required for admission to the Corrections Officer Academy. Failure to successfully pass the WSCJTC PAT will result in termination of employment. Incumbents must complete a four-week orientation, a four-week Corrections Officer Academy, a seven-week field training program and successfully complete a one-year probationary period. All incumbents must be able to participate in rigorous physical training at the academy and must be able to work with adult inmates in physical situations throughout their employment.
The background investigation is an ongoing process and may lead to termination of employment if adverse information is obtained during employment.
If you have failed the Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention’s background investigation process within the past two years, your application will not be considered at this time, unless otherwise notified.
Translation services are available to applicants, if needed. King County is committed to Affirmative Action/ Equal Employment Opportunities.
Union membership: Positions in this classification are represented by the King County Corrections Guild (KCCG).
PREA Notification: The Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention (DAJD) follows and maintains federal and state requirements standards including, but not limited to, Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) standards which apply to all public and private institutions that house adult or juvenile offenders. PREA standards preclude the department from hiring or promoting anyone who has engaged in, or been convicted of any conduct which would violate PREA standards related to sexual assault including:
• Sexual abuse in a prison, jail, lockup, community confinement facility, juvenile facility, or other institution;
• Convicted of engaging or attempting to engage in sexual activity in the community facilitated by force, overt or implied threats of force, or coercion, or if the victim did not consent or was unable to consent or refuse; or,
• Has been civilly or administratively adjudicated to have engaged in the activity described above.
Additionally, PREA standards require that the department consider any incidents of sexual harassment involving an inmate or detainee in determining whether or not to hire or promote anyone.
The above is in compliance with PREA and its implementing regulations, 28 C.F.R. Part 115, Subpart A, Section 115.17, Hiring and Promotion Decisions.
*Hiring incentives are subject to change without notice and are only available until funding is exhausted which may occur at any time.
Basic Requirements
Twenty-one years of age by the time of hire.
• Have a high school diploma or GED.
• Must possess a valid Washington State Driver’s License by the time of hire.
Preferred Requirements
Most competitive: Applicants who possess corrections and/or criminal justice experience.

07/01/2019 Juvenile Detention Officer, Seattle, WA Closes 12/31/2019

Company Name                                King County
Contact Person                                  Blake Bennett
Phone                                                 (2/30)263-3651
Job Title                                             Juvenile Detention Officer
Location                                             Youth Services Detention Facility – 1211 E Alder, Seattle
Base Pay                                             $26.81 – $33.95 Hourly          $55,764.80 – $70,616.00
Job Closing Date                               12-31-2019     11:59 PM (GMT -8:00
JOB NUMBER:                                2019JM10034
Job Description/Qualification
Newly hired Juvenile Detention Officers may be eligible for hiring incentives up to $5,000*
Qualified lateral Juvenile Detention Officers may be eligible for hiring incentives up to $10,000*
*Hiring incentives are subject to change without notice and are only available until funding is exhausted which may occur at any time.
Together, we are changing the way government delivers service and winning national recognition as a model of excellence.
King County is currently recruiting to fill the critically important role of Juvenile Detention Officers (JDO) at our Youth Services Center in Seattle.We are offering solid careers with competitive pay and a comprehensive benefit package. We are looking for candidates who understand that making a difference in the lives of detained youth can change the course of the future. Investing in the lives of these individuals will have lasting impacts on the communities all around us. JDOs are responsible for creating and maintaining a safe, secure environment for juveniles and ensuring that their care and programming needs are met.
If you are selected for this position, you will work in a secure juvenile detention facility with detainees typically under the age of 18. Interacting directly with these young people, you will focus on managing behavior by the least restrictive means, coaching and using conflict resolution skills to teach and promote pro-social behavior.
Some of the important duties in this position will include:
• Providing safe and secure custody of juveniles, ensuring that they have access to health and mental health services, as well as educational resources and exercise.
• Maintaining proper living standards to include good health habits, instructing juveniles in housekeeping, sanitation responsibilities, and personal hygiene.
• Creating a firm, fair and consistent environment which models pro-social behaviors for juveniles and supports them in changing behaviors and patterns to achieve positive goals.
• Managing behavior and diffusing disruptive behaviors through problem solving, crisis intervention, and/or counseling.
•Monitor and document the movement and location of all juveniles at all times, complete reports regarding incidents and violations of DAJD policy and procedures, and operate electronic audio/video surveillance equipment.
•Provide educational and/or recreational structured programming which includes both overseeing a program performed by volunteers/contractors and directly providing programs and groups aimed at teaching pro-social behavior, games, and other activities.
•Pay special attention to individual considerations, such as mental health, emotional needs, gender identity, cultural or ethnic requirements, etc.
•Use appropriate physical defensive interventions and restraint techniques to subdue and restrain juveniles as necessary and in accordance with local, state and federal law; achieve and maintain proficiency in application and use of defensive interventions and physical agility.
•Ensure that the constitutional and other rights of the detainees are upheld through ensuring access to health and mental health services, attending educational, gym and library services, serving meals and snacks, maintaining proper living standards and health habits by instructing juveniles in housekeeping, sanitation responsibilities, and personal hygiene.
•Conduct inspections of facility, juveniles, visitors and packages delivered to the facility, as well as conduct searches related to safety and security to include but not limited to vehicles, facilities, property and person for contraband, health hazards, safety and security violations.
•Must be physically able to run, sit, climb stairs, and perform physical defensive tactics.
•Operate a motor vehicle to transport juveniles.
We are looking for candidates who:
•Make good decisions based on a mixture of analysis, wisdom, experience and judgment.
•Manage all kinds and classes of people equitably, dealing effectively with all races, nationalities, cultures, disabilities, ages, and both sexes.
•Are widely trusted. They are seen as direct and truthful, people who present truth in an appropriate and helpful manner.
•Demonstrate ethics and integrity, adhering to an appropriate and effective set of core values in both good and bad times.
•Manage conflict well; can read situations quickly; can find common ground and get cooperation with minimum noise.
•Maintain composure and performs well under stress when confronted with emergency, critical or dangerous situations; handles multiple activities simultaneously; exercise good judgment under stressful circumstances.
•Show real empathy with the joys and pains of others.
•Practice attentive and active listening; has the patience to hear people out.
•Exercise patience and tolerance with people and processes; try to understand the people and the data before making judgments and acting; and follow established policies.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•Using appropriate physical defensive interventions and restraint techniques to subdue and restrain juveniles as necessary and in accordance with local, state and federal law.
•Conducting inspections of facility, juveniles, visitors and packages delivered to the facility, as well as conduct searches related to safety and security to include but not limited to vehicles, facilities, property and person for contraband, health hazards, safety and security violations.
•Monitoring and documenting the movement and location of all juveniles at all times, complete reports regarding incidents and violations of DAJD policy and procedures, and operate electronic audio/video surveillance equipment.
•Willing and available to work at least 40-hours per week. The normal workday is eight (8) hours, including a paid meal break. DAJD is currently accepting applications to fill current vacancies and create an eligibility list for vacancies in the future.
•The Youth Services Center is operational 24-hours per day, 7-days per week. Incumbents must be available to work varied shifts which include days, swing, graveyard, holidays, weekends and overtime as required.
•Must be willing and able to work mandatory overtime as required to meet operational needs.
Minimum qualifications:
•High school diploma or equivalent and three years’ experience working with youth in a paid or voluntary capacity. OR
•Associate’s degree (or higher) and one year of experience working with youth in a paid or voluntary capacity. OR
•An equivalent combination of skill and experience sufficient to perform the essential functions of the position as determined by the Human Resources review to include at least one year experience working with youth in a paid or voluntary capacity.
•A valid Washington State Driver’s license by the date of hire.
Ideal Qualifications:
•Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Law and Justice, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, or related area of study.
•1-year full time experience working with youth or juveniles in a correctional or security oriented environment.
How to apply:
Completion of a King County employment application including the supplemental questionnaire is required. Resumes or letter of interest alone will not substitute for full application. You can apply online at:
Demonstrated/related work experience, if applicable, must be detailed in the job application. Examples of work with youth may include, but is not limited to:
•Probation or Community Corrections
•Mentoring programs
•Coaching or teaching
•Recreation or after school programs
•Any programs where the mission is for progressive transformation and focus is on youth with behavior problems.
Selection process:
Incumbents selected for this position must submit all required forms and materials, and successfully complete each of the following:
•King County application for employment. Once the applications are screened, incumbents will be contacted by DAJD to precede to the next phase
•Written examination
•Successful incumbents will be contacted by DAJD to proceed to the department’s background investigation process. The DAJD background investigation process is a thorough and extensive process which includes, but is not limited to: completion of finger-prints, extensive Background Investigation Questionnaire to include personal reference check, employment references check, and criminal background check
•Polygraph examination
•Psychological testing/evaluation
•Physical examination (pre-employment physical)
Important note: Candidates who are not successful in passing the Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention’s background investigation will be required to wait two years to reapply.
For assistance or with questions regarding this position or the selection process, please contact:
Jen Montoya at 206-477-5997 or
Ayana Hawk at 206-477-2720 or
For technical assistance with the online application process, please contact GovernmentJobs Customer Support toll free at: 1-877-204-4442 or
Conditions of continued employment includes but is not limited to:
1. Successful candidates must successfully pass a physical ability test (PAT).
a. The post-hire PAT is administered by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Center (WSCJTC) which is required for admission to the Juvenile Corrections Officer Academy.
b.Additional information regarding the WSCJTC PAT requirements can be found at:
2.Maintain ability to participate in rigorous physical training at the academy. Must be physically able to work with juvenile detainees in physical situations throughout employment.
3.Must complete a three week orientation period.
4.Must complete a two week Juvenile Corrections Officer Academy.
5.Four weeks participating in Field Training Officer program.
6.Successful completion of a one-year probationary period.
7.Employees are required to maintain a satisfactory background, criminal and driving record throughout employment in this role. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment if adverse information is obtained during employment.
The Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention (DAJD):
The Department operates five separate Divisions:
1. The King County Correctional Facility – Seattle
2. The Maleng Regional Justice Center – Kent
3. The Youth Services Center- Seattle
4. The Community Corrections Division – Seattle
5. The Administration Division – Seattle
The King County Correctional Facility – Seattle DAJD is responsible for the safe and humane detention of King County adult felons and misdemeanants, both pretrial and for sentences of one year or less; and it administers jail services contracts with 39 municipal jurisdictions in King County to house pretrial and sentenced misdemeanants.
In 2018, the Department had an operating budget of $137 million and an authorized and budgeted staff of 914.
The Adult Corrections Division staff supervises an average daily population of 2,081 adults in the two secure detention facilities. The Juvenile Division staff supervises an average daily population of 51 juveniles in secured detention and alternative to detention programs.
More About King County:
As the only county in the United States named after Martin Luther King Jr, one of the most influential civil rights leaders in our nation’s history; King County is a vibrant community with residents that represent countries from around the world. It is a region with increasing diversity that cherishes the artistic and social traditions of many cultures. Together, we are changing the way government delivers service and winning national recognition as a model of excellence.
We continue to build on an enduring legacy of shared values of equity and social justice, employee engagement, innovative thinking and continuous improvement. With this commitment, King County has adopted a pro-equity agenda aimed at advancing regional change and is developing the systems and standards necessary to achieve better outcomes for all of our residents, regardless of their race or income. All of these qualities make this King County one of the nation’s best places to live, work and play.
More information about this job and the department can be found on the DAJD website at
Union Membership:
Positions in this classification are represented by the King County Juvenile Detention Guild.
Assignments and schedules are based on the department’s staffing needs and subject to bargaining unit bid processes which are seniority based.

06/17/2019 Staff & Volunteers for Child Development Program

Neighborhood House is a non-profit that has served the Seattle community for over 100 years.
Neighborhood House is currently looking for employees and volunteers in our Child Development department. Our Child Development department includes toddler and preschool programs for children ages 1-5 as well as home visiting programs for pregnant mothers and children from birth to age 3.  We are looking for staff and volunteers who love playing with children and would like to help them grow and learn in our early education programs.
We have the following positions and volunteer opportunities available:
Job Openings:

06/04/2019 Criminal Justice –all positions– apply online

Geo Group                     Hiring for all positions, depending upon the area
Geo Group is a for-profit that runs prisons. They are always looking for good people, including security personnel, medical personnel, instructional staff and administrative staff. The benefits are great, and there are opportunities in other countries, like Australia.
Apply on line at:
Former BBCC Tutor states, “Just thought I might toss this out there because I am loving my new job.” Christine B.

REPOST 07/01/2019 Fast Food Crew Member, Moses Lake Ages 16+

Wendy’s               1591 East Yonezawa Blvd, Moses Lake, WA 98837
Hiring crewmembers all shifts and positions, ages 16+
Apply in person ready to interview or come to the Big Bend Community College Career Center and pick up an application to return.
Individuals under 18 years of age are only allowed to work part time due to child labor regulations.

REPOST 07/01/2019 Fast Food Worker, Part-Time, Moses Lake, age 16+

Moses Lake Carl’s Jr. at 1765 Kittleson Rd is needing 3 fast food workers. It will be 20+ hours per week and minimum wage. Interested applicants can do direct to fill out an application, and may receive an on the spot interview. In addition, they do have open interviews every Wednesday at 3pm.  Willing to hire age 16+

REPOST 07/01/2019 Census 2020 Field/Office Positions Starting June 2019-STILL HIRING, Statewide openings

United States Census 2020           Washington State Job Opportunities

The US Census Bureau is recruiting HUNDREDS of applicants to assist with the 2020 census count.

Field and Office Positions open June 2019

Apply online at                      

Field Office Locations                    Everett, Olympia, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma


               Census Field Supervisors $16.00-$25.50 per hour

               Enumerators                                     $15.50-$23.50 per hour

               Recruiting Assistants                       $16.00-$25.50 per hour

               Office Operations Supervisors      $15.00-23.50 per hour

               Clerks                                                 $13.00-$18.50 per hour

Manager Positions open April 2019

Apply online at                      

               Scroll down to Decennial Census Opportunities to view positions

               Area Census Office Manager        $24.50-$39.00 per hour

               Administrative Manager $18.00-$29.00 per hour

               Census Field Manager                    $18.00-$29.00 per hour

               Information Tech Manager           $18.00-$29.00 per hour

               Recruiting Manager                        $18.00-$29.00 per hour

Manager Application Tips                     (you tube video) 

Census 2020 Position Requirements

               Valid email address

               US Citizenship required

               Subject to background check

               Paid training at 10% less than hourly rate listed

               Pay range is based on the county you live in

Workshops available                       Contact your local recruiting manager    1-855-562-2020

Application website                            

Toll free jobs and support line                   1-855-562-2020

Peak Hiring

               Summer 2019

               Winter 2020

More information available in the Big Bend Community College Career Center, located in room 1836, inside the Library.

REPOST 07/01/2019 Health Educator 2, Moses Lake, WA Closes–when filled

Grant County Health District
TITLE:                                             Health Educator II
REPORTS TO:                              Healthy Communities Supervisor
LOCATION:                                  Moses Lake, WA
DATE:                                              5/21/2019
CLOSING: Open Until Filled
The Grant County Health District is hiring for a Health Educator II position to serve in the Healthy Communities Division. The selected individual will be classified as a Health Educator II.
GCHD is the local public health district serving Grant County, WA located in beautiful North Central
Washington State. The health district is governed by the Grant County Board of Health. To learn more about GCHD’s programs and services visit or on Facebook at Learn more about Grant County at Also, take a look at our 2017 Video Annual Report to learn about our program and services you will be a part of
MONTHLY SALARY:                Health Educator II: $3,863 – $5,170
Public Employees Benefits Board (PEBB) Insurance coverage includes health, dental, vision, and life for employee and dependents, as well as Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) benefits for the employee. GCHD strives to keep health and dental insurance costs low and affordable for staff and their family.
Training and Career Development:
Our agency will encourage your professional growth by providing you with training and career development opportunities to include employer paid continuing education credits
The Healthy Communities Specialist works with community partners in Grant County to promote tobacco, vapor, and marijuana-free free environments to prevent and reduce substance use among youth. The Healthy Communities Specialist will also work to promote healthy eating and active living to reduce risks associated with chronic disease.  This is accomplished through engaging cities, school districts, and communities in policy, systems, and environmental changes that will result in healthier options for residents. Strong group facilitation and process skills are necessary.
Content and graphic design for flyers, brochures, web content, and social media. The ideal candidate will be comfortable with public speaking, facilitating group meetings and program planning.
Knowledge of principles of public health program planning; health education; community mobilization; meeting facilitation; group facilitation/group dynamics; effective communication; public speaking; report preparation and data research; web content development; social media applications and expertise; and Microsoft Office.
Ability to: work independently and in a team environment; problem solve; exercise best professional judgment; and effectively communicate with colleagues and stakeholders.
Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Health Education, or related field
Five years of community health, health outreach, health education, or public health experience.
Masters Degree in Public Health or related field.
This position is non-exempt. The work week is normally 8-5, 5 days per week but may be adjusted based on District needs to include some evenings and weekends.Physical requirements of the position include speaking, hearing, seeing, sitting, walking, stooping, standing, lifting up to 50 pounds, writing, and driving; use of hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects and equipment; reach with hands and arms.
Fax or email a resume and cover letter to Rita Morfin at 509-766- 6519.
An application is required. Please fax, email or mail the completed application to: Grant County Health District, 1038 W Ivy, Moses Lake, WA 98837
Apply in person at the Grant County Health District, 1038 W Ivy, Moses Lake.
Electronic Application:
Questions can be referred to Theresa Adkinson, Administrator
Grant County Health District is a tobacco-free hiring agency.
Phone: 509-766-7960 FAX: 509-766-6519    

REPOST 07/01/2019 LSIT/EIT/Engineering Student/Field crew member/Drafter, Moses Lake area

Position: LSIT/EIT/Engineering Student/Field crew member/Drafter
Employment: Full-time, 40 hrs/wk, possible overtime on daily or weekly basis (as required).
Pay: $20-$30/hr, DOE. Criminal background check may be requested.
Requirements: Land Surveyor in training (LSIT) preferred. Minimum 2 years experience with construction staking calculations, boundary, topographic, ALTA, and all forms of surveys.  Minimum 2 yrs experience working with AutoCad Civil 3D (or equivalent classes), Microsoft Office 365, various third-party software.  Must have a good work ethic and a valid WA State Driver’s License.  Possess good communication skills with others.  Ability to work in adverse weather conditions, and other assigned tasks (indoors or outdoors) without direct supervision.  Possess excellent math skills.  Ability to lift 35-50 lbs. without assistance.  EIT (Engineers In Training) are encouraged to apply; drafting and designing skills; cross-training in surveying techniques will be part of job description.  Land Survey/Engineering college students are encouraged to apply, education counts toward minimum experience.
Resumes: May be submitted in person to Columbia Northwest Engineering, PS, at 249 N. Elder St., Moses Lake, WA  98837.  Out of area candidates are requested to call the office @ 509-766-1226, or fax @ 509-766-6754. Applications may be posted on Linked-In, or sent to above address.  Qualified individuals will be contacted for scheduling of an interview within a week of resume submission.

REPOST 07/01/2019 Aviation Maintenance Technician, Burlington WA, Immediate Need Open until filled


Company Name:  Corporate Air Center, LLC

Contact Person: Emitt Hamm / Director of Maintenance

Phone: 360-757-7757


Work Location Address: 15452 Airport Dr. Burlington, WA 98233

How to Apply: Email

Job Title: A&P Mechanic

Job Description/Qualifications:   Preform Inspections, maintenance, alterations, modifications and servicing of aircraft and components in accordance with FAA and manufactures instructions and standards

Uphold a high standard of workmanship in all duties assigned

Use common sense and problem-solving skills to trouble shoot defects, complete assigned tasks / expectations in a safe, accurate and timely manner           

Must be computer literate and proficient

Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills to interact with co-workers and customers

Other duties assigned

Basic Requirements: A desire to excel in the Aviation Industry

Base Pay: DOE

Job Closing Date: Open

REPOST 07/01/2019 Service Technician-Retail Locations

Are you a detail oriented, mechanically inclined individual? If so, we are
Looking for an attentive person to provide service, products and equipment to farm customers in a professional , timely and responsive manner.

Full-time positions include a full benefit package and advancement opportunities!

The McGregor Company serves growers in Washington. Idaho and Oregon with the seed. crop inputs. equipment, research and advice needed to raise healthy, sustainable crops.
Essential Functions
Accurate fulfillment of assigned work orders. Accurate and timely completion of paperwork and
reporting for inventory control, DOT, and safety compliance.
Product handling including unloading rail cars, loading and delivery of chemicals and equipment, bagging
fertilizer, maintaining clean and safe facility.
Calibration, maintenance and operation of application equipment. Ability to calculate rates and nutrient values for fertilizer mixes and loads. Ability to read and understand crop protection products labels and mixing instructions.
Maintain professional appearance. Maintain safety procedures and consistently use required safety
Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; keeps paperwork and work areas
organized; keeps safety and stewardship a priority.
High School Diploma or GEO Equivalent
CDL driver’ s license with Tank and Hazmat endorsement (current or obtained within an established time frame); must be Class B or above; Class A preferred
•   Commercial Pesticide Applicator license,or state equivalent, plus necessary endorsements (current or
obtained within an established time frame)
Forklift operator (or ability to become a certified operator)
•   Mechanical aptitude for equipment {maintenance, farming or equipment operation experience helpful)
Basic math & computer skills
Excellent phone etiquette and customer service skills Dependable and organized with a team-oriented focus This is a Drug Free Work place
+ To Apply: send completed employment application to hr@mcqreqo.crom
Application available on the Careers page at www )

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