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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 Events

Fall Hiring Event                                                             October 25, 2019   9am-1pm (WorkSource)

27th Annual Job and Career Fair                             March 5, 2020   100+ Employers in 2019

Job Fair and Career Connected Learning Events--Open to the Public

Employer of the Day       Basic American Foods       October 24           Classroom Presentation

Explore Big Bend: Innovation and Technology      November 6     Discover STEM Industry, Meet Employers, get hands-on with technology!!

Healthcare Day                             May 14, 2020      Investigate Healthcare, Meet Employers

On-Campus BBCC Student Job Openings
Jobs listed on this LINK are only open to current BBCC students registered for more than 5 credits

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/bigbend/promotionaljobs

Job Openings--Open to the Public
10/15 Boiler Mechanic closes 01/15/2020

Company Name                    Lamb Weston

Contact Person                      Christina Garcia

Phone                                     (509)492-3526

Email                                      Christina.Garcia@Lambweston.com

Website Address

https://lambweston.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Lamb_External/job/Quincy-WA-Quincy-Plant/Boiler—Refrigeration-Mechanic_Req-002144

Job Title                                 Boiler & Refrigeration Mechanic

Location                                 Quincy, WA

Base Pay                                 $24.08Hourly

Job Closing Date                   01-16-2020

How to Apply                        Email

Job Description/Qualification

Type 1/Type 2 Universal Freon Card
2 year certification in refrigeration
RETA certified
Has a thorough knowledge of plant refrigeration, boilers and allied equipment.
Able to operate all plant engine rooms, boilers, and freezer tunnels to meet production needs and within set operating parameters.
Can identify all lines, valves, and components relating to the operation of the boilers and refrigeration in all plants.
Understands water chemistry, treatment, and in plant application.
Thorough knowledge of and ability to repair equipment within refrigeration/boiler areas.
Knows safety procedures for chemicals normally used, their toxicity levels and labeling.
Has thorough knowledge of proper liquid levels, lubricants, and mixtures used in the refrigeration/boiler area.
Thorough understanding of and be a participant in Process Safety Management Program.
Job Qualifications

Be able to weld, chip, grind and use all power tools safely at different heights on scaffolds, ladders and safety cages.
Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing in English.

Responsibilities

  • Perform regular assigned checks.
    • Keep logs up to date.
    • Equipment repair, overhaul and trouble shooting.
    • Proper start-up and shut-down of plant equipment.
    • Training of other mechanical or production personnel.
    • Follow safety procedures for all work performed and instructing others in safe working habits.
    • Actively practice and abide by all Company work, safety and personal hygiene rules and regulations as outlined in the employee handbook.
    • May be required to work any shift, any and all days of the week, or overtime in accordance with production and maintenance schedules and applicable seniority rules.

Basic Requirements

General Qualifications
• Thorough working knowledge of single and three phase electrical.
• Thorough working knowledge of hydraulics and pneumatics.
• Proficient at welding mild steel.
• Thorough knowledge of plant operations and mechanical systems and equipment.
• Good communication skills
• Has thorough knowledge of basic mechanical skills (i.e. plumbing, measuring, changing bearings, etc.).
• Able to work alone and in a neat workman-like manner.
• Meets the specific qualifications in one area

10/15/2019 Part Time Field Interviewer, Othello, WA (bilingual) and Spokane, WA

Company: Headway Workforce Solutions, hiring for Upstream USA

Position:  Upstream Part-Time Field Interviewer positions in Othello (bilingual English and Spanish) and Spokane, WA 

Rate of Pay:  $15.00 per hour

How to apply:  Contact me to complete or schedule the pre interview approximately 15 to 30 minutes. Job Link: https://cho.tbe.taleo.net/cho02/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=HEADWORK&cws=115&rid=32566

During this interview, we will discuss the details of the position and your skill sets that would benefit you in this role. Remember, if you will be using a cell phone, please make sure that you are in an area that receives good reception to avoid dropped calls and interference.

In preparation for your phone interview, it would be helpful to read the job description:

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Upstream USA is a non-profit that collaborates with health organizations to make it possible for women to obtain same-day, on-site access to the full range of contraceptive options. Upstream does this by providing training and technical assistance to healthcare staff.  RTI International (RTI) is an independent, nonprofit research organization dedicated to conducting research that improves the human condition. With a worldwide staff of several thousand, RTI will evaluate the effectiveness of the Upstream training to medical staff at health care offices throughout Washington state, by interviewing women exiting appointments with their primary care provider and asking them about their visit.  Two rounds of surveys will be conducted, one prior to site training and then another approximately 18 months later.

RTI is currently seeking survey research Field Interviewers to work on the Upstream Patient Survey. Candidates must be able to work from August 2019 to November 2019, depending on geographic location and production needs.

The Field Interviewer (FI) conducts field work for survey research projects conducted by RTI International. FIs prepare for and conduct data collection operations according to project protocols. FIs ensure that field data collection activities are carried out in an efficient and cost-effective manner, that data collected are of the highest possible quality, and all activities are conducted in a professional manner following established procedures.

RESPONSIBILITIES MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

  • Successful experience with gaining cooperation of respondents and conducting field interviews
    • Available to work a schedule of approximately 20-40 non-travel hours per week to conduct surveys during field data collection period
    • Available and willing to work primarily weekdays (Monday through Friday, 8 am through 5pm) and occasional Saturdays, as hours permit
  • Available to spend at least 4 consecutive hours (not counting travel time) on site, gaining cooperation from eligible women to complete the survey
  • Work with supervisor and complete assignments on schedule
  • Obtain cooperation of women by effectively answering questions and addressing concerns about the study
  • Willingness to work in different types of neighborhoods and health clinics
  • Accurately complete all project documents and reports including interviewer observation surveys, interview-related paperwork, incentive logs and any other reporting forms
  • Assume full and legal responsibility for use and care of the computer and other equipment, taking reasonable and appropriate steps to safeguard against damage, loss, or theft, and returning all equipment at the conclusion of the assignment or at the request of your supervisor
  • Adhere strictly to project deadlines for screening households, enrolling sampled adults, reporting progress, submitting case documentation, and returning materials and equipment to RTI
  • Maintain accurate, up-to-date records of progress in the field
  • Submit timely and accurate time and expense reports
  • Assume responsibility for and carefully track all cash and gift card incentives
  • Maintain a professional, cooperative relationship with supervisor and other project staff, objectively sharing your thoughts while displaying an understanding of project management’s concerns
  • Be receptive—not defensive—when given feedback from project personnel about your performance, striving to learn and improve
  • Keep supervisor informed of problem areas that might affect progress
  • Available for possible overnight travel if remote segments are part of the assignment area

TRAINING & PAY

Review a Field Interviewing manual and successfully complete an online training. Depend on your experience, the pay will be discussed with the hiring manager.

QUALIFICATIONS

    • High school graduate with 1 year of experience directly or indirectly related to experience in interviewing
    • Available for entire project training and data collection period
    • Able to successfully complete training (requires travel)
    • Possess effective communication skills through speech and listening, and fluency in English through reading, writing, and speaking
    • Experience using a laptop computer
    • Ability to navigate to the website for the survey
    • Have a reliable personal automobile available for business use along with a registered Driver’s license and auto insurance
    • Able to keep project information private and all data confidential
  • Applicants must be at least 21 years of age by the first date of employment
  • Othello position requires full bilingual ability in Spanish and English

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

For your pre employment packet: Please send me the names of at least one former supervisor and two colleagues.

Please email me their names, their last/current work location, your professional relationship, and their current contact information email, telephone, and/or both

Below you will see my direct contact information.

Willesha Miller, Recruiter P  919-747-4764 | E wmiller@headwaywfs.com

10/15/2019 CNA -Home Health Aide, Tacoma Closes 12/24/2019

Company Name                                Senior Resource Group
Employee Identification Number   27-4813094
Contact Person                                  LeeAnne Wonnacott
Phone                                                 (858)436-7667
Email                                                  leeanne.wonnacott@srg-llc.com
Website Address                               http://www.srgseniorliving.com
Job Title                                             Certified Nurse Assistant-Home Health Aide
Location                                             Tacoma
Base Pay                                             $13.00
Job Closing Date                               12-24-2019
Job Description/Qualification        

  • WA state current and valid Certified Nurse Assistant certificate or Home Care Aide/NAC Certification required with 120 days of employment.
    • High school diploma or General Education Development (GED).
    • Must be 18 years of age or older.
    • Must be able to speak, read, and write English.
    • Our job offers are contingent upon passing a background check with fingerprinting, a drug test and a physical exam.

Responsibilities

The Caregiver Essential Duties:
• Must have current WA state Certified Nurse Assistant certificate or Home Health Aide Certification within 120 days of hire.
• Pay range is $13.00 to $13.25 per hour
• $300 Sign-on Bonus at hire. $300 after 6 months’ employment.
• Full time and part-time shifts available across a variety of shifts.
• Respond to resident needs promptly and kindly.
• Assist residents in their daily living activities.
• Provide assistance at mealtime.
• Transport residents as necessary assisting them into and out of bed, wheelchairs, etc.
• Must be First Aid and CPR certified.

Basic Requirements

  • WA state current and valid Certified Nurse Assistant certificate or Home Care Aide/NAC Certification required with 120 days of employment.
    • High school diploma or General Education Development (GED).
    • Must be 18 years of age or older.
    • Must be able to speak, read, and write English.
    • Our job offers are contingent upon passing a background check with fingerprinting, a drug test and a physical exam.

Preferred Requirements

  • WA state current and valid Certified Nurse Assistant certificate or Home Care Aide/NAC Certification required with 120 days of employment.
    • High school diploma or General Education Development (GED).
    • Must be 18 years of age or older.
    • Must be able to speak, read, and write English.
    • Our job offers are contingent upon passing a background check with fingerprinting, a drug test and a physical exam.
09/17/2019 Team Leader, Moses Lake, Immediate Need

Basic American Foods is  hiring Team Leaders

Looking for a job where you are supported in pursuing your career aspirations?

Who We Are

What makes an amazing meal so great? The people who create them – those in kitchens and dining rooms everywhere who work hard to plan, prepare and cook every dish to perfection. They’re heroes in our eyes, and it’s our job to set them up for success. We are proud of our 85-year history, and we credit success to our startup mentality and strategic focus on providing tasty and innovative products to kitchens, cafeterias, and dining rooms throughout America. Our supportive and collaborative culture is driven by our mission – to make mealtime victories happen every single day.

Where We Are

Moses Lake is a diverse community with a small town feel but is just a short distance from Seattle and Spokane. It stands in the epicenter of many rapidly growing industries, while also being known an oasis of outdoor recreation, with its large, natural freshwater lake and numerous parks and campgrounds.

What BAF is Like

As a relatively flat organization, you have a voice from your first day, along with opportunities to explore, learn, and develop new skills with challenging and rewarding work. We’re focused on your success, both professionally and personally, and we are committed to offering competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package. We are a family-owned, family-friendly company that empowers and supports our employees. We live out our company values and expect all team members to do the same.

Do You Have the Ingredients to Become a Basic American Foods Hero?

We’re Looking for Someone With:

  • The passion to develop people to deliver peak performance.
  • People leader experience.
  • High School diploma required. Associate degree preferred. At least three years experience in similar position.

Partners with the Shift Manager to provide leadership and supervision across functionalities to maintain safety standards (both personnel and food) while ensuring that the lines meet budgeted rates. Enforces all policies – maintains proper crewing levels and levels of training and is actively involved in employee development.  

You’ll Love Working Here if You:

  • Love what you do, and it shows. Our employees are passionate about what they do and enjoy challenging work.
  • Are knowledgeable and confident, but never boastful. While we are proud of our company, our team and the products we create, we are humble and down-to-earth at our core.
  • Are guided by a deep belief in integrity & personal values. This is a part of our employees’ personal value systems as much as it is the organization’s.
  • Hold yourself and others accountable, while always maintaining dignity and respect for yourself and those around you.
  • Believe in professional development for ourselves, as well as support the development of others.

At BAF, we are an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and strive to create a supportive and inclusive community of individuals committed to helping each other and our company thrive.

09/17/2019 Maintenance Mechanics, Moses Lake, Immediate Need

Basic American Foods is hiring 3 Maintenance Mechanics. 

Maintenance Mechanic – New Recruitment         Moses Lake, WA 

Summary

Do you want to work with a dynamic group of talented maintenance mechanics at a growing food production plant in a beautiful community? If you desire these additional qualities for a work life/balance – we want you!

This position is accountable for the timely installation, preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of complex plant equipment and facilities that are instrumental in the efficient functioning of automated production lines and a manufacturing facility operating on a 24 hour/day, 7 day/week operation.

The incumbent is assigned jobs by the supervisor or a superintendent and is expected to complete most jobs, including those of a complex nature, with little supervision.
All assignments must be carried out under stringent safety and sanitation standards. Quality requirements are constantly monitored, necessitating equipment fabrication and machine operations within specific tolerances and operational specifications to insure the delivery of food products on time and at the lowest cost by conforming exactly to the customer’s requirements. Participation of employees in the implementation of improved concepts is encouraged in all production processes.

Skills required include an intermediate level in proficiency in welding, plumbing, electrical repair, instrumentation, running lathes and milling machines, fabricating and repairing pneumatic and hydraulic systems. Additionally, the incumbent must own and maintain a basic set of hand tools.

Must be willing to work day, swing, and graveyard shift. Some weekend work is required.

Principle Accountabilities

  1.   Troubleshoot and perform repairs to equipment that has failed in a manner that minimizes downtime.
  2.  During process line downtime, perform corrective and preventative equipment maintenance per assigned schedule.
  3.  Fabricate, manufacture or assemble items as indicated on blue prints, sketches or schematics of   complex objects and circuitry as requested in work orders.
  4. Rebuild or remodel highly complex pieces of machinery such as gear boxes, motors, etc.
  5. Maintain an appropriate inventory of parts on hand to facilitate timely repair of equipment.
  6. Maintain an up-to-date understanding of the proper use of all repair equipment through an on-going training schedule.
  7. May be assigned to perform specialized job functions eg: auto/forklift mechanic, construction electrician, instrumentation, refrigeration, machinist, electronic specialist etc. Although assigned to a specialized job, the incumbent will be expected to assist in areas outside of that specialty as the need arises. Understand safety regulations and procedures on all assignments.

Must maintain the highest standards of ethics and integrity while embodying the tenets of “What We Stand For” and “The Basic Principles.”

Must maintain the highest standards of data management by creating consistent, reliable data which will ensure accuracy and in turn, maximize the use of data and confidence in decision making.

Proactively manage safety by ensuring compliance with all Federal and State regulations and internal Company policies. Regularly complete behavior based safety observations. Ensure unsafe conditions are corrected in a timely manner.

All employees are responsible for upholding the principles of SQF 2000.

All employees are responsible for immediately reporting any food safety, food quality or plant security issues to management for appropriate action.

 Perform other duties as assigned.

 Qualifications:

Education and/or Experience:
This position requires the incumbent to have advanced skills as an industrial mechanic or industrial electrician. A two-year certificate from a college or technical school is preferred.

Language Skills:

Ability to read and comprehend simple to complex instructions, correspondence, and memos. Ability to write various types of documents including, but not limited to, instructions, training outlines, and reports. Ability to effectively present information verbally in one-on-one to large group situations.

Reasoning Ability:

Must be able to creatively apply experience and common sense to a variety of situations, processes, and people. Must be able to make technical decisions and support the staff on technical issues. Possess the ability to manage several projects concurrently. Be able to plan work, order parts, and coordinate downtime to complete work orders. Be able to resolve issues which may include conflicts between employees, equipment malfunctions, and variations in operating conditions.

Computer Skills:

Must demonstrate strong skills in Microsoft Office suite and be able to effectively use Maintenance Management Software.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and color vision.

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts and vibration. The employee is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals and outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.

Basic American Foodshttps://baf.applicantpro.com
10/15/2019 Care Providers, Moses, Ephrata and Soap Lake

Moses Lake/Ephrata/Soap Lake***
Beneficial In Home Care is hiring. We pay for your training! IMMEDIATE openings. Please come in and apply at 1235 E Wheeler Rd Moses Lake. Feel free to call Alex in HR at 509-764-0004. We look forward to meeting you!

Beneficial In Home Care esta buscando trabajadores/as para cuidado de clientes que viven en su hogar privado. Nosotros pagamos tu entrenamiento. Posiciones disponible de IMEDIATO en la area de Ephrata/Soap Lake/Quincy/Moses Lake/Warden. Vengan y apliquen al 1235 E Wheeler Rd. Moses Lake. Para mas infromacion y preguntas llame a (509) 764-0004 y pregunten por Alex.

10/15/2019 City of Spokane weekly job board

City of Spokane job posting board.  Click on link to see positions https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/spokanecity

09/04/2019 Audit Intern, Statewide closes 11/23/2019

Company Name         Office of the Washington State Auditor

Contact Person          Application’s Unit

Phone                         (360)725-5385

Email                           applicationsunit@sao.wa.gov

Website Address        https://www.sao.wa.gov/jobs/

Job Title                      Audit Intern – Statewide Pool

Location                      Statewide

Base Pay                     $14.00 – $17.94

Job Closing Date        11-23-2019

Job Description/Qualification

We offer a chance to make a difference in how government operates. We value innovators and creative thinking. We continue to look for new ideas to ensure our audits are relevant and interesting to the citizens who we serve. We take pride in the services we perform for the government and citizens of Washington State. To learn more about our agency and the work that we perform visit our website at www.sao.wa.gov.

We offer seasonal and year-round paid internships with our audit teams across the state. The start and length of internships is flexible. Travel to audit sites will be necessary.

This recruitment will be used to establish a pool of Audit Intern candidates. Qualified candidates must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university. Eligible candidates will remain in the pool for three months and referred to our hiring managers as openings occur.

Supplemental Information
This recruitment will be used to establish a pool of Audit Intern candidates. Eligible candidates will remain in the pool for three (3) months and referred to our hiring managers as openings occur.

Questions may be directed to the applications unit by calling (360) 725-5367 or by emailing applicationsunit@sao.wa.gov.

The Office of the Washington State Auditor is an equal opportunity employer. Persons with a disability, who need assistance in the application or testing process, or who need this announcement in an alternative format, may call (360) 725-5367 or via the telecommunications relay service by dialing 7-1-1.

Responsibilities

Interns work with our audit staff and perform audit tests, analyze data, communicate with entity staff, and provide support for more complex audit procedures. Interns may be involved in several small assignments or one large assignment over the course of the internship.

Basic Requirements

  • Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university
    •Completed their sophomore year
    •Completed some accounting course work
    •Have strong computer skills
    •Have strong written and verbal communication skills

Preferred Requirements

  • Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university
    •Completed their sophomore year
    •Completed some accounting course work
    •Have strong computer skills
    •Have strong written and verbal communication skills
08/29/2019 Route Service Representative, Seattle area closes 11/01/2019

Company Name                    Quest Diagnostics Inc

Contact Person                      Alana Daniels

Phone                                     (262)754-5397

Email                                      alana.m.daniels@questdiagnostics.com

Website Address                   https://careers.questdiagnostics.com/

Job Title                                 Route Service Representative (RSR)

Location                                 1737 Airport Way, Logistics Admin, Seattle, WA 98134

Base Pay                                 $17.00 per hour

Job Closing Date                   11-01-2019

Job Description/Qualification

The Route Service Representative (RSR) is the face of Quest Diagnostics to the public, our customers and acts as an Ambassador for the company in everything he/she does. Everyday Excellence is a critical component in fulfilling this position requirement. This position performs day to day route operations by serving client needs with regard to properly tracking, sorting, storing and transporting patient specimens and other materials including but not limited to supplies and patient results.

Responsibilities

  1. Responsible for compliance with all processes including and not limited to: timekeeping, attendance and punctuality, vehicle safety and cleanliness, safety and OSHA requirements, handheld /scanning device and usage, proper handling and storage of all samples from the client office to the drop off point, proper packing of specimens for shipment, end of day vehicle checks, dress code, code of conduct and all Company / Regional / Logistics policies and procedures.
    2. Responsible for the safe and timely transportation of specimens, supplies, reports, equipment and materials to the appropriate destination.
    3. Responsible for operating company vehicle safely as well as maintaining a valid driver’s license and driving record within acceptable company guidelines.
    4. Ensure route is started with proper equipment tools. i.e., route scanner sync/paper logs, carry bag, properly prepared coolers for 3 separate thermal storage, dry ice, cell phone, keys, door hangers, observation reports, etc.
    5. Follow route as scheduled/sequenced while allowing for will-call stops and special pickups.

Basic Requirements

The RSR is assigned up to a maximum of two (2) routes which may include:, Routine Route, STAT Route, Weekend Routes or Shuttle/Relay Route; Safely operates company vehicle to pick up, properly store and deliver specimens and other materials; and provides service to internal and external customers in an organized, efficient, and professional manner.

Preferred Requirements

Schedule will be on an as-needed basis with variable shifts.

08/29/2019 Pre-License RN, Eastern WA, closes 12/31/2019

Company Name                    Fresenius Medical Care

Contact Person                      Samantha Jeudy

Phone                                     (469)490-6614

Email                                      samantha.jeudy@fmc-na.com

Job Title                                 Pre- Licensed RN

Location                                 Various Location in East Washington and surrounding area

Base Pay                                 Competitive with $14,000 incentive bonus

Job Closing Date                   12-31-2019

Job Description/Qualification

PURPOSE AND SCOPE:
This position is for graduates of an accredited school of Nursing working in a state that does not allow graduates to perform nursing duties until licensed. The specific job title used will be determined based on the state where the employee is employed.

Functions as part of the hemodialysis health care team providing safe and effective dialysis therapy for patients under the direct supervision of a licensed nurse while working towards obtaining their nursing license. Employees hired into this position will be required to obtain their nursing license within 90 days of their hire date.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Employees are required to take the Ishihara’s Color Blindness test as a condition of employment. Note that: Failing the Ishihara Test for Color Blindness does not preclude employment. The Company will consider whether reasonable accommodations can be made.
• Work includes using a desk and personal computer as well as interaction with patients, facility staff and physicians. The position may require travel between assigned facilities and various locations within the community. Travel to regional, Business Unit and Corporate meetings may be required.
• The work environment is characteristic of a health care facility with air temperature control and moderate noise levels. May be exposed to infectious and contagious diseases/materials.
• The position provides direct patient care that regularly involves heavy lifting and moving of patients, and assisting with ambulation. Equipment aids and/or coworkers may provide assistance. This position requires frequent, prolonged periods of standing and the employee must be able to bend over. The employee may occasionally be required to push and/or pull equipment, exerting up to 15 pounds of force. The employee may be required to lift and to lower solutions on a frequent basis of up to 30 lbs., and on an occasional lift basis up to 40 lbs., as high as 5 feet. There is a two-person assist program and “material assist” devices for the heavier items.
SUPERVISION:        • None
EO/AA Employer: Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

Fresenius Medical Care North America maintains a drug-free workplace in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Patient Care:
• Performs vascular access evaluation pre-treatment.
• Performs and records Pre and Post dialysis evaluation, weight and vital signs with initial identification.
• Performs vascular access cannulation and reports any difficulties in cannulation or unusual findings to nurse supervisor.
• Initiates dialysis treatment according to prescribed orders including blood flow (QB) and dialysate flow (QD).
• Evaluates intradialytic problems and provides intervention as prescribed by physician order or as directed.
• Monitors patients’ response to dialysis therapy.
• Obtains vital signs prior to reinfusion; performs all relevant functions necessary for the discontinuation of treatment and documents appropriately.
• Evaluates patient prior to termination of venous access – standing & sitting blood pressure.
• Obtains hemostasis and applies appropriate dressings.
• Evaluates the patient prior to discharge.
• Documents information related to patient treatment including documentation in the patient health record.
• Reports any significant information and/or change in patient condition directly to the nurse supervisor.
• Performs and documents interventions for unusual patient status and document patients’ response to intervention.
• Obtains all prescribed laboratory testing and prepares specimens for collection.
Maintenance / Technical:
• Conducts all tasks necessary for preparation for dialysis treatment and documents where appropriate.
• Maintains environmental integrity and aesthetics – ensures all areas are safe and clean.
• Cleans and disinfects dialysis machine surface, chair, equipment, and surrounding area between treatments according to facility policy.
• Performs all required pretreatment dialysis machine set up and testing.
• Ensures that all blood spills are immediately cleaned with appropriate disinfectant according to facility policy.
• Prepares, organizes, and efficiently utilizes supplies and equipment to prevent waste.
Clerical & Administrative:
• Enters all treatment data into the designated clinical application accurately and in a timely manner.
• Reviews health care record for completeness and ensures omitted entries are completed or corrected where appropriate.
• Prepares lab requisitions for prescribed or stat lab specimens according to laboratory destination.
• Collects, labels, appropriately prepares and stores lab samples according required laboratory specifications.
• Ensures collection of lab specimens by appropriate lab courier.
Other:
• As a condition of continued employment, you are required to obtain and maintain any required credentials or certifications necessary for your position in an active and valid status (including renewal of such credentials or certifications prior to any expiration date). In the event that your credential or certified status changes, you must notify your supervisor immediately.
• Capable of working in a challenging environment which requires the ability to handle demanding situations, multitasking, and remaining flexible to changing needs.
• Maintains regular and punctual attendance.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Basic Requirements

EDUCATION AND REQUIRED CREDENTIALS:
• Must have a nursing degree from an accredited nursing program
• Must obtain nursing license within 90 days of employment

Preferred Requirements

EXPERIENCE AND REQUIRED SKILLS:
• Previous patient care experience in a hospital setting or a related facility preferred.

08/29/2019 Security Officer, Quincy WA closes 11/19/20019

G4S Security is hiring 15-20 Security Guards for the Quincy area.

Security Officer

G4S Secure Solutions (USA) Inc. – Quincy, WA

Posted: 8/21/2019 – Expires: 11/19/2019

Salary/Wage: $15.00+

https://seeker.worksourcewa.com/jobview/GetJob.aspx?JobID=211300259&JobTitle=Security+Officer&isjs=2&q=security&where=Quincy%2c+WA&rad_units=miles&pp=25&nosal=true&vw=b&setype=2&jsrdt=28%2f28%2f2019+16%3a28%3a29&pade=&jpt=1

07/18/2019 Corrections Officer, King County closes 12/31/2019

Company Name        King County- Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention

Contact Person          Blake Bennett

Phone                         (206)263-3651

Email                          blake.bennett@kingcounty.gov

Website Address       https://www.kingcounty.gov/audience/employees/careers.aspx

Job Title                     Corrections Officer

Location                     Multiple jail facilities in King County

Base Pay                     $57,928.00 - $77,292.80

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: http://www.kingcounty.gov/jobs.

Who to contact: For assistance with the online application process, please contact NeoGov Customer Support toll free at 1-877-204-4442 or Governmentjobs.com.

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 Joshua.Bott@kingcounty.gov or Candy Trang, DAJD Human Resources Analyst at Candy.Trang@kingcounty.gov.

More information about this job and the department can be found on the DAJD website at www.kingcounty.gov/dajdjobs.

Veterans' Preference: Incumbents requesting Veterans' preference must submit a copy of their DD214 form, via email to Candy.Trang@kingcounty.gov 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.

Responsibilities

  • 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 trainings 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.

Basic Requirements

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.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

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: https://fortress.wa.gov/cjtc/www/. 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

Preferred Requirements

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.

07/18/2019 Juvenile Detention Officer, King County closes 12/31/2019

Company Name        King County- Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention

Contact Person          Blake Bennett

Phone                         (206)263-3651

Email                          blake.bennett@kingcounty.gov

Website Address       https://www.kingcounty.gov/audience/employees/careers.aspx

Job Title                     Juvenile Detention Officer

Location                     Youth Services Detention Facility – 1211 E Alder, Seattle

Base Pay                     $55,764.80 – $70,616.00

Job Closing Date       12-31-2019

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.

Responsibilities

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.

Other Regular Job Duties:
•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.

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: http://www.kingcounty.gov/jobs.

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
    •interview
    •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 jen.montoya@kingcounty.gov
Ayana Hawk at 206-477-2720 or ayana.hawk@kingcounty.gov

For technical assistance with the online application process, please contact GovernmentJobs Customer Support toll free at: 1-877-204-4442 or Governmentjobs.com

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: https://fortress.wa.gov/cjtc/www/.
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 www.kingcounty.gov/dajdjobs.
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

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.

Basic Requirements

  • 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.

Preferred Requirements

  • 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.
 

 

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