Career Services

Choose Your Career

Employer Resources

Resume & Cover Letter Review

Other Resources

Self-service links and more

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

At this time in person appointments are available by appointment only

  • 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
  • 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/Community Events

Community Events

April 22; Moses Lake Children’s Day Community Resources – 3:30-7:30 pm

317 W Broadway Avenue (Parking Lot) Moses lake WA

April 22; Quincy Children’s Day Community Resources – 2:00-6:00 pm

1400 13th Avenue SW (Lauzier Park) Quincy WA

May 12, 2022 Open to the Public

Big Bend Community College and our service district partners will hold the Annual Job and Career Fair. No registration is necessary for job seekers or community visitors.

Also at this time the Big Bend Community Campus follows the WA State guidelines and masking is optional inside our campus buildings

Updates will be posted weekly. You can also follow us on social media for notices.

Job and Career Fair Exhibitors

Job and Career Fair Job Seekers

Hiring Events

May 12, 2022 – Save the date for the annual Job and Career Fair. This is a partnering event with Moses Lake WorkSource/ESD, SkillSource, DSHS, Job Corps, and OIC of Washington.

Also at this time the Big Bend Community Campus follows the WA State guidelines and masking is optional inside our campus buildings

Employers: Registration will open on March 10, 2022. Link updated soon.

Job Seekers: Come prepared and ready to network with a variety of employers.

  • Review the list of participants
  • Update your resume and bring copies with you
  • Use available resources for interview practice
  • Dress professionally, first impressions are important
  • Be courteous and show a positive attitude

Job and Career Fair Exhibitors

Job and Career Fair Job Seekers

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

NEW (CLOSES 7-29-2022) North Central ESD: Student Assistance Professional Serving Lake Chelan School District

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

North Central ESD

Contact Person

Flor Lopez

Phone

(509)667-7110

Email

florl@ncesd.org

Website Address

https://www.ncesd.org/job/student-assistance-professional-serving-lake-chelan-school-district-3/

Location

Wenatchee WA

Base Pay

47,407.00

Job Closing Date

07-29-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Student Assistance Professional Serving Lake Chelan School District

Job Description/Qualification

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
This position is a rare opportunity to join an exciting team. The regional Educational Service District 171 (ESD
171) is seeking a dynamic team player interested in making an impact in the lives of students as the Student Assistance Professional for Lake Chelan School District.

Responsibilities

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/student-assistance-professional-serving-lake-chelan-school-district-3/

Basic Requirements

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/student-assistance-professional-serving-lake-chelan-school-district-3/

Preferred Requirements

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/student-assistance-professional-serving-lake-chelan-school-district-3/

How would you like the applicant to apply?

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/student-assistance-professional-serving-lake-chelan-school-district-3/

NEW (CLOSES 7-29-2022) North Central ESD: Student Assistance Professional Serving Cashmere School District

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

North Central ESD

Contact Person

Flor Lopez

Phone

(509)667-7110

Email

florl@ncesd.org

Website Address

https://www.ncesd.org/job/student-assistance-professional-serving-lake-chelan-school-district-3/

Location

Lake Chelan

Base Pay

47,407.00

Job Closing Date

07-29-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Student Assistance Professional Serving Cashmere School District

Job Description/Qualification

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
This position is a rare opportunity to join an exciting team. The regional Educational Service District 171 (ESD
171) is seeking a dynamic team player interested in making an impact in the lives of students as the Student Assistance Professional for Cashmere School District.

Responsibilities

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/student-assistance-professional-serving-cashmere-school-district-2/

Basic Requirements

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/student-assistance-professional-serving-cashmere-school-district-2/

Preferred Requirements

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/student-assistance-professional-serving-cashmere-school-district-2/

How would you like the applicant to apply?

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/student-assistance-professional-serving-cashmere-school-district-2/

NEW (CLOSES 5-30-2022) North Central ESD: CTE Specialist

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

North Central ESD

Contact Person

Flor Lopez

Phone

(509)657-7110

Email

florl@ncesd.org

Website Address

https://www.ncesd.org/job/cte-specialist/

Location

Wenatchee WA

Base Pay

81,989.00

Job Closing Date

05-30-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

CTE Specialist

Job Description/Qualification

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The regional Educational Service District 171 (ESD 171) is seeking a dynamic team player interested in
making an impact in the lives of district students and businesses as the CTE Specialist. The CTE Specialist will serve as a regional leader and point of connection engaging: educators, industry and community stakeholders to expand career and technical education (CTE), improve alignment of career pathways (i.e. CTE grad pathways, industry recognized credentials), and support our 29 schools with their CTE system to meet the diverse needs of students. This position will provide services to Chelan, Douglas, Grant and Okanogan Counties.

Responsibilities

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/cte-specialist/

Basic Requirements

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/cte-specialist/

Preferred Requirements

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/cte-specialist/

How would you like the applicant to apply?

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/cte-specialist/

NEW (CLOSES 6-18-2022) SEASONAL LAB TECH RM WINERIES, LLC

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

RM Wineries, LLC

Contact Person

Hannah Dehoog

Phone

(509)787-2022

Email

hannah@milbmgmt.com

Location

George, WA or Mattawa, WA

Base Pay

$15.00

Job Closing Date

06-18-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Seasonal Lab Technician/Intern

Job Description/Qualification

RM Wineries, LLC is actively looking for an individual to come work as an intern in the lab and in the cellar (when needed) performing basic grape analysis and sampling as well as production manual labor in our outdoor winery cellar, as needed. This is an excellent opportunity for someone eager to learn more about the wine industry and gain valuable experience in wine production during a grape harvest. This person would be eager work long hours, including overtime hours!

Responsibilities

  • Crush various grape samples and follow basic analysis procedures on samples;
    • Enter juice and wine analyses into spreadsheets and/or wine tracking software;
    • Check daily sugar levels on fermenting tanks in the cellar (i.e Brix);
    • Perform manual labor responsibilities outdoors including moving hoses, digging out tanks, and adding chemicals to tanks, when directed;
    • Collect designated samples from wine tanks and/or wine barrels.

Basic Requirements

  • Must be 18 years of age;
    • High School Diploma;
    • Previous experience in an agricultural related field desired; experience in viticulture environment
    • Basic comprehension in general chemistry concepts and procedures;
    • Ability to read, write, speak and understand English is necessary as well as proficient writing and communication skills;
    • Prompt and reliable; will show up to work on time when scheduled;
    • Able to demonstrate ability to be a team player, works with others well, takes direction well, able to problem solve, possess adaptability, remain focused, and have a positive and patient attitude.
    • Demonstrates ability to complete training course to safely perform manual labor in confined spaces, if needed.

Physical
• Capable of being on feet for extended periods of time both standing and walking; T
• Required to possess the color vision necessary to judge and evaluate wine color as well as able to read data in spreadsheets;
• Manual dexterity of both upper and lower body—able to crouch, lift, stoop, bend, twist, pull;
• Can lift approximately 40 pounds over the head when performing additions, if needed;
• Able to work on cat walks and walk up and down stairs multiple times a day at elevated heights up to 40 feet;
• Able to work in extreme and varying weather elements and conditions;
• Hearing sufficient for in person and radio communication;
• Able to lift or move up to 40 pounds at a time (lab packages, case of wine, chemical bags etc);

Preferred Requirements

  • Degree or pursuit of a degree in Enology/Wine Science or related field is strongly preferred;
    • Minimum of one (1) year of experience performing wine chemistry/wine lab responsibilities (hands on work experience, training, or educational experience) is strongly preferred;
    • Minimum of one (1) year of experience performing manual labor in varying weather elements;

How would you like the applicant to apply?

To apply, please submit a complete job application with at least two (2) professional/or previous employment references to Hannah DeHoog, Human Resources at hannah@milbmgmt.com. A cover letter and resume are appreciated, but not required. Applications can also be submitted in a sealed envelope in person or via mail:
To drop off—Wahluke Wine Company, Inc 23934 Road T.1 SW, Mattawa WA 99349
Ancient Lake Wine Company, LLC 795 Beverly Burke Rd N Quincy, WA 98848
To mail—Attn: Hannah DeHoog PO BOX 1260, Quincy, WA 98848
Applications can be downloaded on our company website at www.wahlukewinecompany.com or www.alwinery.com under the careers tab. In the event we are interested in your application, we will reach out either via the listed email or phone number you provide. **Job is open until filled**

NEW (CLOSES 7-5-2022) Americans United for Separation of Church and State: Youth Organizing Fellowship

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Americans United for Separation of Church and State

Contact Person

Alicia Johnson

Phone

(202)466-3234

Email

johnson@au.org

Website Address

www.au.org/youthfellows

Location

Washington, DC

Base Pay

1350

Job Closing Date

07-05-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Youth Organizing Fellowhip

Job Description/Qualification

Americans United’s Youth Organizing Fellowship is a paid opportunity to grow as a leader, build power with a national cohort of youth organizers, and advocate for the separation of church and state.

Want to learn more? Click here to RSVP for an Info Session for Applicants on Thursday, June 2 at 8PM ET.

You’ll get to hear from AU staff and current Fellows about what to expect in the program and application process, and have the opportunity to ask questions.

Overview

The Americans United Youth Organizing Fellowship is an opportunity for young leaders from across the country to strengthen their advocacy skills and lead the fight for our First Amendment right to live as we are and believe as we choose so long as we don’t harm others.

We are now recruiting for the September 2022-August 2023 cohort. Americans United will select ten Fellows ages 18-25 who come from different backgrounds, work on a variety of issues that intersect with separation of religion and government, and have shared values of religious freedom and equality for all.

This Fellowship is right for you if you are already an activist in your community and want to dive deeper into advocacy for separation of church and state. You should bring some knowledge and experience but also be excited to learn more. You should be a passionate advocate for the rights of LGBTQ+ people, religious minorities, the nonreligious, women, and communities of color. You might be advocating for campus, city, state, or federal policy change; building interfaith or cross-movement coalitions; or running programs to educate your peers. Maybe you run a faith-based or secular student group, work for an LGBTQ+ youth center, lead campaigns for social change, or play another leadership role in your community. Click here to learn more about our past fellows.

If you’re applying for this paid Fellowship, you should be able to commit significant time to organizing with Americans United and be excited to work in collaboration with youth activists from across the country to lead AU’s strategy for youth engagement. Fellows will have ample opportunities for professional development, receive a $1,350 stipend, and gain access to support and resources to organize in your community. Fellows must be able to attend a convening in DC and commit to the full year-long program (details below), including reliable access to the internet and video, such as a smartphone or computer.

The fellowship will kick off with a virtual meeting to get to know AU and each other before meeting in person for a weekend in Washington, DC. During this intensive convening, Fellows will learn key information and advocacy skills and begin planning for the coming year. Fellows will continue to meet twice per month by video, as a group and one-on-one with the program manager, for ongoing training and support. Fellows are expected to use the information and skills they gain to organize in their community, educate and recruit new supporters for AU, and host at least one educational or advocacy event in partnership with AU.

Skills you can expect to gain or strengthen during the Fellowship:

Deep understanding of the separation of church and state
Advocacy and organizing skills, including power analysis, relational organizing, coalition building, and more
Working with people of different faith traditions
Effective communication and public speaking
People of color, LGBTQ people, religious minorities, low-income people, and others who are directly impacted by and from communities disproportionately impacted by discrimination in the name of religious freedom are especially encouraged to apply.

To apply to the Youth Organizing Fellowship, complete this application form and submit a resume via email. Email your resume as an attachment to johnson@au.org with the subject line “Your Full Name – Fellowship Application”.

The deadline to apply is 11:59 PM ET on Tuesday, July 5, 2022.

If you have any questions about the application or the Fellowship, contact johnson@au.org.

Responsibilities

Attend the in-person convening from Thursday, September 29 – Sunday, October 2
Meet at least twice monthly on video calls, once as a full group and once 1:1 with the Student Network Manager. Fellows are expected to actively share, learn, and collaborate during group meetings, which will typically consist of collaborative work time and/or skill-building workshops.
Be a self-starter, willing and able to organize and work remotely in your community in between meetings with AU.
Serve as an ambassador for AU and church-state separation in your communities, at conferences, and in the media (such as talking to a local newspaper or sharing your story on Instagram).
Host at least one event in your community aligned with AU’s mission and goals, for example, a webinar or panel about church-state separation or a workshop on policy advocacy.
Contribute approximately 10 hours total to AU per month (this will be less in some months and more in others, such as when hosting an event).

Basic Requirements

Eligibility

Age 18-25 at the start of the program (September 29, 2022)
Living in the United States, including the fifty states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. territories, regardless of citizenship or work-permit status
Qualifications

Experience working across difference and in coalition with diverse leaders or groups
Experience organizing in a campus or youth setting
Ability to work independently and enthusiasm to learn
Demonstrated leadership. “Leadership is accepting responsibility to create conditions that enable others to achieve shared purpose in the face of uncertainty” – Marshall Ganz
Knowledge of church/state separation
Commitment to attend the convening in Washington, DC from Sept 29 – Oct 2 and participate in the full year-long program
Access to the internet and video

Preferred Requirements

n/a

How would you like the applicant to apply?

https://www.au.org/get-involved/actions/6384/

NEW (CLOSES 6-30-2022) Assistant Teacher Bezos Academy

Bezos Academy

Contact Person

Emmanuel Price

Phone

(314)761-2771

Email

emmanuel.price@bezosacademy.org

Website Address

https://www.bezosacademy.org/

Location

Pasco, Washington

Base Pay

$21-26 per hour (~$43,700- $54,000 per year)

Job Closing Date

06-30-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Assistant Teacher

Job Description/Qualification

https://www.bezosacademy.org/open-roles/?job=assistant-teacher-tri-cities-multiple-start-dates#assistant-teacher-tri-cities-multiple-start-dates

Responsibilities

RESPONSIBILITIES

*NOTE: The combination of responsibilities may vary based on the needs of the school site, students, and prior experiences of the Assistant Teacher.

Instructional

Work cohesively with the lead teacher’s plans to prepare and deliver instructional activities that facilitate active Montessori learning experiences. Over time, lead some classroom instructional activities, such as group time or transitions
Support lead teacher with planning Montessori learning activities
Depending on experience and instructional readiness, give individual Montessori lessons to students in coordination with the lead teacher
Assist in guiding every child through self-directed activities, allowing them to develop at his or her own pace
Along with lead teachers, foster a nurturing, safe, and stimulating, non-competitive environment
Assist teachers in maintaining records on each child’s progress and development
Observe each child daily to assess skills, interests, and needs and use this information to facilitate learning and growth
Operational

Assist teachers with the full implementation of Bezos Academy’s performance standards, policies, and procedures
Support Bezos Academy classrooms by following regulations and guidelines in the day-to-day operation of the classroom (i.e., cleaning materials, meal prep, nap time transitions, etc.)
Prepare and maintain a well-organized, safe, and attractive classroom environment conducive to the optimal growth and development of children
Organize materials and clean the workspace to facilitate the learning process for each child
Support children’s increasing independence with daily living skills (i.e., washing hands, using the bathroom, eating meals and snacks, cleaning up, etc.)
Individual student support

Develop a positive relationship with each child and promote the development of self-esteem and self-discipline
Provide 1:1 support for children who are experiencing big feelings
Provide 1:1 support for children who are at risk for developmental delays
Other

Participate in team meetings, center activities, and staff development
Assist lead teachers in conducting staff/family conferences
Establish a positive relationship with each child’s family and share information about the child’s day at the preschool
Lift up to 20 lbs. frequently and up to 50 lbs. occasionally to care for young children safely
Assume postures at low levels (e.g. kneeling, stooping, bending, and sitting on the floor) as needed to communicate effectively with children

Basic Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Experience working with children ages 3-5
Washington Early Childhood Education Initial Certificate or equivalent (Child Development Associate or 12 aligned credit hours) OR willingness to acquire this certification immediately upon hire
Ability to meet Washington state requirements for teacher assistants prior to start date, including passing background checks and requisite trainings
Age 18 with high school diploma or GED
Experience working across lines of difference and strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusiveness
Ability to supervise, communicate effectively with, and care for young children safely

Preferred Requirements

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Two or more years of experience as an assistant teacher or aide in a preschool
Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education or two years of post-secondary coursework in Early Childhood Education that meet Washington State Core Competencies for Early Care and Educational Professionals

How would you like the applicant to apply?

https://www.bezosacademy.org/open-roles/job/?job_id=5970980002?gh_jid=5970980002

NEW (closes 5-26-2022) SUDPT/Human Services Counselor Intern/Trainee

Contact Person

Elizabeth A Casey

Phone

(253)471-0890

Email

elizabeth.casey@stopwa.com

Website Address

www.Stopwa.com

Location

Moses Lake

Base Pay

$16/HR

Job Closing Date

05-26-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

SUDPT/Human Services Counselor

Job Description/Qualification

JOB SUMMARY:

A Counselor Trainee/Student Practice Intern is responsible for direct counseling and case management services to patients and providing evaluation and reporting services for patients under the direct supervision of a Substance Use Disorder Professional Counselor. The Counselor Trainee (SUDPT)/Student Practice Intern holds a SUDPT credential and maintains active status on the credential.

Responsibilities

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Eval Rank:

  1. Provides direct counseling and case management services to patients, consisting of individual, group, family, and educational services including assessment, counseling, and aftercare services. Provides up to 120 hours per month of direct patient care under the direct supervision of a Case Manager/SUDP.
  2. Provides case management functions for patients on their caseload; writing adequate group and individual session notes, performing required treatment plans reviews, phase transfers and other necessary documentation to ensure that WAC and CARF standards are met, under the direct supervision of a Case Manager/SUDP.
  3. Develops and maintains individualized treatment plans under the supervision of the Case Manager/SUDP. Provides the patient with a catalyst for change and a treatment plan for bringing about change and direction to the patient in the process of recovery.
  4. Maintains clinical files in accordance with the program and state standards. Provides evaluation reports, treatment compliance, and discharge summary reports as needed, in conjunction with program standards, and under the direct supervision of a Case Manager/ SUDP.
  5. Ensures that clinical files meet program standards and other agency quality assurance indicators, including monthly or appropriate case reviews.
  6. Coordinates with the program staff in the integration of program services and case review.
  7. Attends regular staff meetings and participates in clinical case staffing and per program policy.
  8. Performs other related duties as assigned

Basic Requirements

Allowable Substitution: Equivalent combination of education and experience will be evaluated by the Program Administrator for comparability. Licenses/Special Requirements: Valid Washington State driver’s license. Licensed in Washington State as a Substance Use Disorder Professional Trainee.

Preferred Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience: Meets minimum standards for chemical dependency professional trainee/student practice intern as defined in WAC 246-341 or be working towards the requirements of WAC 246-811-030(1)(2). Licensed as a Substance Use Disorder Professional Trainee with the State of Washington.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

By phone, or email.

NEW (CLOSES 5-31-2022) North Central ESD Special Education Teacher

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

North Central ESD

Contact Person

Flor Lopez

Phone

(509)667-7110

Email

florl@ncesd.org

Website Address

https://www.ncesd.org/job/birth-3-special-education-teacher/

Location

Wenatchee WA

Base Pay

70,200.00

Job Closing Date

05-31-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Birth-3 Special Education Teacher

Job Description/Qualification

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

Responsibilities

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/birth-3-special-education-teacher/

Basic Requirements

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/birth-3-special-education-teacher/

Preferred Requirements

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/birth-3-special-education-teacher/

How would you like the applicant to apply?

See Full Job Description at

https://www.ncesd.org/job/birth-3-special-education-teacher/

NEW (CLOSES 5-6-2022) Laserfab INC: Administrative Assistant

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Laserfab Inc 91-2178705

Contact Person

Claire Ouzman

Phone

(253)846-8370

Email

hr@laserfabusa.com

Website Address

www.laserfabusa.com

Location

Moses Lake, WA

Base Pay

$18.00/hr

Job Closing Date

05-06-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Administrative Assistant

Job Description/Qualification

This part-time position will assist our office manager with light administrative duties. These may include filing, assisting with HR and daily payroll functions, and other reporting. This position will require attention to detail, ability to effectively communicate with teammates and visitors, and computer skills.

Responsibilities

*Handling office tasks such as filing, answering phones, generating reports.

Basic Requirements

*Ability to communicate effectively
*Computer skills – Word, Excel, Outlook
*Attention to detail
*Ability to show up at the required times

Preferred Requirements

Flexible schedule initially required.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Email to hr@laserfabusa.com

(CLOSES 5-1-2022) Department of Labor & Industries: L&I Auditor 3 (in training)

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Department of Labor & Industries

Contact Person

April Sharp

Phone

(360)902-4510

Email

elib235@lni.wa.gov

Website Address

lni.wa.gov

Location

East Wenatchee

Base Pay

3,987.00-5,229.00 per mo

Job Closing Date

05-01-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

L&I Auditor 3 (in training)

Job Description/Qualification

Per Governor Inslee’s Proclamation 21-14 (Download PDF reader), state employees must be fully vaccinated before your start date. Your vaccine status will be verified by Human Resources prior to your first day of employment. Please contact April Sharp at elib235@lni.wa.gov if you need information on a medical or religious accommodation.

You are a motivated self-starter. You can work independently, have strong people skills and possess a minimum of 20 semester or 30 quarter hours in accounting with the ability to apply Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Do not miss this opportunity! Apply today.

This position directly supports the mission of the L&I as it pertains to safeguarding the safety and health of the workforce by ensuring that employers carry industrial insurance and pay the correct amount of industrial insurance premium as it relates to the assigned risk classification(s) for their business.

This position independently conducts audits of business financial records to determine premium liability for industrial insurance and exercises independent judgment in determining the outcome of the audit. Performs on-site audits at employer’s facility and surveys the work operations to determine if the firm has the correct risk classifications for job hazards of business. Ascertains whether or not firms are in compliance with industrial insurance reporting requirements. Provides professional consulting and technical assistance to educate employers including on –site visits regarding prime contractor liability, recordkeeping and reporting requirements.

Prepares an extensive report of audit findings.

Responsibilities

Some of what you’ll do:

Identify businesses suspected of non-compliance.
Screen, schedule, coordinate, and conduct audits of business financial records.
Evaluate and verify financial records.
Conduct computer research on firm’s accounts with other agency programs.
Review employment contracts and conduct fact-finding interviews.
Prepare report of audit findings.
Prepare subpoenas and other legal documents as needed. Testify at industrial insurance appeals and court proceedings.

Upon successful completion of training, you will:

Learn and follow Field Audit Standard Audit Processes.
Correctly respond to internal and external inquiries about Labor & Industries reporting requirements and referring them to the appropriate parties.

Basic Requirements

Who should apply?

You must have a thorough understanding of and ability to apply Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and provide proof that you possess a minimum of 20 semester or 30 quarter hours of college credit accounting coursework, in conjunction with a bachelor’s degree.

Professional level accounting or auditing experience could substitute, year for year, for the education; however, not for the required 20 semester or 30 quarter hours of accounting.

This position can be filled at the L&I Auditor 1, 2 or 3 level depending on qualifications.

Preferred Requirements

Here’s what we’re looking for:

Effective communicator with excellent written and verbal interpersonal skills.
·Demonstrated ability to work effectively with both accounting and non-accounting personnel.
Proficient computer skills using Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and the Internet.
Strong interviewing skills with the ability to ask the right questions to gather and obtain relevant information.
Ability to work independently and maintain positive working relationships.
Organized and enjoy performing multiple tasks under tight deadlines, providing consistent quality, and accuracy.
Independently make decisions on policies and procedures in a precise and timely manner using critical thinking skills.
Work well with others.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

careers.wa.gov
search: L&I Auditor 3

(CLOSES 8-31-2022) Pivot Onsite Innovations: Licensed Practical Nurse

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Pivot Onsite Innovations 52-2134470

Contact Person

Simone Mason

Phone

(856)503-9541

Email

smason@pivoths.com

Website Address

http://gr.8job.co/gA9lsl01

Location

Warden, WA

Base Pay

$25 – $30

Job Closing Date

08-31-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Licensed Practical Nurse

Job Description/Qualification

Pivot Onsite Innovations is now hiring an experienced and passionate full time Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) for our on-site healthcare clinic located at our client’s premier food manufacturing plant Warden, Washington State. This position is a roving position that supports multiple nearby sites. Great schedule: Monday – Friday 6am – 2:30pm!

Position Description:

The LPN coordinates health care for employees in the onsite clinic and oversees evaluation and case management of workplace injuries as well as compliance with medical surveillance programs. The OHN relays information to employees and client key stakeholders regarding workplace safety and injury prevention as well as assuring compliance with health-related OSHA mandates

Responsibilities

Position Responsibilities:

Clinical

Giving medication as prescribed by a physician
Taking vital signs, such as blood pressure, temperature, and weight
Basic wound care including cleaning and bandaging injured areas
Giving injections of medication
Immunizations
Taking medical histories
Entering information into computer systems
Managing IVs
Monitoring fluid and food intake and output
Moving patients safely
Assessing patients’ reactions to medications
Administrative

Scheduling appointments
Keeping medical records current
Writing prescriptions at a physician’s request
Provide as needed guidance to Onsite personnel at local clinics/client locations
Assist with day to day issues and escalate accordingly to the Director of Operations and HR
Management of all aspects of the occupational health services program
Training & Education for employees in health-related matters
Prepare and supervise the clinic/patient interaction of the Overseeing Physician as necessary
Maintenance of charts and employee records
Case management of workman’s compensation claims
Maintain current case log for workplace injuries outlining treatment plan for weekly case review
Assure compliance with OSHA and DOT programs such as hearing conservation, blood borne pathogen training, random drug screening and follow up programs.
Maintain and update OSHA log monthly

Basic Requirements

Position Requirements:

Must have a valid state LPN license
3+ years nursing experience required
2+ years Occupational Health experience preferred
Ability to communicate with all levels across the organization effectively
Strong administrative and management skills
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Ability to maintain high level of professionalism, ethics and confidentiality
Experienced in developing health and wellness programs and performing ergonomic assessment
Strong knowledge of workers compensation case management and regulations
Working knowledge of HIPAA, ADA, FMLA and OSHA regulations
Familiarity with manufacturing and production facility practices.
Proficient computer skills with MS, Excel, PowerPoint and Word
Position may require proof of COVID-19 vaccination

Preferred Requirements

Position Requirements:

Must have a valid state LPN license
3+ years nursing experience required
2+ years Occupational Health experience preferred
Ability to communicate with all levels across the organization effectively
Strong administrative and management skills
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Ability to maintain high level of professionalism, ethics and confidentiality
Experienced in developing health and wellness programs and performing ergonomic assessment
Strong knowledge of workers compensation case management and regulations
Working knowledge of HIPAA, ADA, FMLA and OSHA regulations
Familiarity with manufacturing and production facility practices.
Proficient computer skills with MS, Excel, PowerPoint and Word
Position may require proof of COVID-19 vaccination

How would you like the applicant to apply?

http://gr.8job.co/gA9lsl01

(CLOSES 5-31-2022) Lamb Weston: PT Material Planning Clerk

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Lamb Weston

Contact Person

Cindy R Harrison

Phone

(702)806-6835

Email

cindy.harrison@lambweston.com

Website Address

https://www.lambweston.com/careers.html

Location

Quincy

Base Pay

$16.00

Job Closing Date

05-31-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Phone

Job Title

PT Material Planning Clerk

Job Description/Qualification

Job Description Summary
Job Description Summary
Works with production management and field staff to ensure adequate supply of raw product is delivered and available to meet daily production demands. Coordinates the dispatching of third-party provider trucks to transport raw product from the filed or storage and deliver to plant location in accordance with delivery demands. Utilizing GPS tracking, monitors in-bound trucks and communicates with drivers, plant management, and the third-party provider delays, issues, or problems. Analyzes transportation/delivery data to uncover inefficiencies and recommend solutions. Coordinates with raw receiving to ensure arriving trucks are met and offloaded quickly and effectively. Communicates with over-the-road drivers and supervisors as required. Monitors efficient flow of order fill and shipment, product receipt and put away.
Hiring Requirements
Job Details
Job Profile
Job Profile
1408 – Material Planning Coordinator
Job Families for Job Profiles
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Plant Operations
Worker Sub-Type
Worker Sub-Type
Regular
Worker Type
Worker Type
Employee
Time Type
Time Type
Part time
Compensation Grade
Compensation Grade
LW Grade
Primary Location
Primary Location
Quincy
Primary Job Posting Location
Primary Job Posting Location
Quincy
Additional Locations
Additional Locations
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Additional Job Posting Locations
Additional Job Posting Locations
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Scheduled Weekly Hours
Scheduled Weekly Hours
20
Work Shift
Work Shift
All Shifts (United States of America)
Recruiting Start Date
Recruiting Start Date
11/01/2021
Target Hire Date
Target Hire Date
11/01/2021
Target End Date
Target End Date
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Additional Information
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Union Membership from Job Profile
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Allowed Unions from Job Profile
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Job Description
Job Description
Individuals in this position must:

Participate in the safety engagement process
Must have strong knowledge of raw product and raw product storage
Must have the ability to collaborate and communicate effectively with vendors, management and hourly employees alike
Assigns trucks to deliver raw product to meet daily production demands
Records time of dispatch, destination, raw type, and expected time of delivery
Investigates overdue vehicles
Directs activities of drivers by computer and voice communication
Establishes service or delivery routes
Manage trailers on site
Do raw receiving reconciliation
Ability to work all shifts (day/swing/graveyard/rotating)
Ability to work upwards of 12 hours per day during harvest operations
Other duties may be assigned
Basic and Preferred Qualifications
Basic and Preferred Qualifications
To successfully perform this job and individual must:

High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
Related experience in dispatch and transportation a plus
Potato processing experience a plus
Equivalent combination of education and experience
Excel and computer aptitude
Bilingual English/Spanish desirable
Effectively communicate in English verbally and in writing
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out simple one- or two-step instructions
Ability to deal with standardized situations with only occasional or no variables
Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos
Ability to write simple correspondence
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization. Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10’s and 100’s.
Ability to perform these operations using units of American money and weight measurement, volume, and distance
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions
Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations

Responsibilities

Works with production management and field staff to ensure adequate supply of raw product is delivered and available to meet daily production demands. Coordinates the dispatching of third-party provider trucks to transport raw product from the filed or storage and deliver to plant location in accordance with delivery demands. Utilizing GPS tracking, monitors in-bound trucks and communicates with drivers, plant management, and the third-party provider delays, issues, or problems. Analyzes transportation/delivery data to uncover inefficiencies and recommend solutions. Coordinates with raw receiving to ensure arriving trucks are met and offloaded quickly and effectively. Communicates with over-the-road drivers and supervisors as required. Monitors efficient flow of order fill and shipment, product receipt and put away.

Basic Requirements

To successfully perform this job and individual must:

High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
Related experience in dispatch and transportation a plus
Potato processing experience a plus
Equivalent combination of education and experience
Excel and computer aptitude
Bilingual English/Spanish desirable
Effectively communicate in English verbally and in writing
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out simple one- or two-step instructions
Ability to deal with standardized situations with only occasional or no variables
Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos
Ability to write simple correspondence
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization. Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10’s and 100’s.
Ability to perform these operations using units of American money and weight measurement, volume, and distance
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions
Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations

Preferred Requirements

To successfully perform this job and individual must:

High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
Related experience in dispatch and transportation a plus
Potato processing experience a plus
Equivalent combination of education and experience
Excel and computer aptitude
Bilingual English/Spanish desirable
Effectively communicate in English verbally and in writing
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out simple one- or two-step instructions
Ability to deal with standardized situations with only occasional or no variables
Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos
Ability to write simple correspondence
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization. Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10’s and 100’s.
Ability to perform these operations using units of American money and weight measurement, volume, and distance
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions
Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Please apply to our website:

https://www.lambweston.com/careers.html

(CLOSES 5-31-2022) Lamb Weston: Manifestor

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Lamb Weston

Contact Person

Cindy R Harrison

Phone

(702)806-6835

Email

cindy.harrison@lambweston.com

Website Address

https://www.lambweston.com/careers.html

Location

Quincy

Base Pay

$17.29

Job Closing Date

05-31-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Phone

Job Title

Manifestor

Job Description/Qualification

Job Description
Job Description
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES includes the following:

Fill out properly and apply pallet record tickets to all bulk product going into warehouse.
Record all products “Out of Warehouse” to be reworked, repacked, recased or blended.
Is responsible for making sure tickets are pulled from bins that are repacked, blended, and any tickets from reworked cases or bulk.
Must manifest and be able to show supplies and ingredients issued to production.
Be responsible for ingredient usage and supplies on shift and account for such.
Communicate and work with the forklift operators.
Must understand product coding system and be able to identify product by same.
Perform general housekeeping duties such as sweeping, picking up paper and product to maintain a neat and orderly work area. Follow no eating, drinking or reading materials policy in manifest station.
Manifest for rework crews when necessary and assist in reworking product.
Relieve other manifest stations for lunches and breaks.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the functions of this job.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee will regularly work near moving mechanical parts.
The employee is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions and heat or cold conditions.
The employee may be occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and vibration.
The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.

Responsibilities

Job Description
Job Description
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES includes the following:

Fill out properly and apply pallet record tickets to all bulk product going into warehouse.
Record all products “Out of Warehouse” to be reworked, repacked, recased or blended.
Is responsible for making sure tickets are pulled from bins that are repacked, blended, and any tickets from reworked cases or bulk.
Must manifest and be able to show supplies and ingredients issued to production.
Be responsible for ingredient usage and supplies on shift and account for such.
Communicate and work with the forklift operators.
Must understand product coding system and be able to identify product by same.
Perform general housekeeping duties such as sweeping, picking up paper and product to maintain a neat and orderly work area. Follow no eating, drinking or reading materials policy in manifest station.
Manifest for rework crews when necessary and assist in reworking product.
Relieve other manifest stations for lunches and breaks.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the functions of this job.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee will regularly work near moving mechanical parts.
The employee is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions and heat or cold conditions.
The employee may be occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and vibration.
The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.

Basic Requirements

Must pass Company outlined evaluation for qualification.
Be knowledgeable of safe lifting techniques.
Read, understand, and obey all plant rules and practice safety as outlined in the employee handbook.
Be knowledgeable of the potential hazards and safety procedures associated with the task being done.
Be able to communicate orally and/or in writing at a level to effectively complete the tasks of this position.
Be physically able to perform the work.

Preferred Requirements

Must pass Company outlined evaluation for qualification.
Be knowledgeable of safe lifting techniques.
Read, understand, and obey all plant rules and practice safety as outlined in the employee handbook.
Be knowledgeable of the potential hazards and safety procedures associated with the task being done.
Be able to communicate orally and/or in writing at a level to effectively complete the tasks of this position.
Be physically able to perform the work.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Apply directly on our website:

https://www.lambweston.com/careers.html

(CLOSES 5-18-2022) The Borgen Project: HR Intern (Remote)

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

The Borgen Project

Contact Person

Kelly Hall

Phone

(253)433-7118

Email

hr@borgenproject.org

Location

Remote

Base Pay

Unpaid

Job Closing Date

05-18-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

HR Intern (Remote)

Job Description/Qualification

The Borgen Project believes that leaders of the most powerful nation on earth should be doing more to address global poverty. The innovative, national campaign works to make poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy.

The Borgen Project is hiring HR Ambassadors who will work remotely. This human resources role will focus on national recruitment as well as teaching you the basics of HR Management, Recruiting & Selection and Staff Training & Development.

Details: This is an unpaid internship, although college credit is available. The HR internship is 12-hours per week for 12-weeks. However, if your availability is limited, you can work ahead and complete the program in fewer weeks.

Start Date: New programs begin every month, you choose the month you wish to start

We respond to every applicant within 14 days. Please check your spam folder for our emails and if nothing has been received, please email us at hr@borgenproject.org

Responsibilities

– Update job postings using various platforms (when applicable).

– Inform groups and classes of openings.

– Everyone who is part of the organization assists the team with fundraising, 25-hours of this position is dedicated to creating and implementing a personal fundraising campaign.

– Assist with advocacy efforts.

Basic Requirements

A minimum GPA of 2.5

Preferred Requirements

N/A

How would you like the applicant to apply?

To apply, send your resume to hr@borgenproject.org

(CLOSES 5/30/22) Field Crew Member - Washington Conservation Corps 916001063

Washington Conservation Corps is looking for Field Crew Members. This job opportunity is for Moses Lake and a variety of other locations across WA State and open to the public. No previous experience required.

Base Pay $2232/month – Website Address https://www.ecology.wa.gov/wcc

Apply for this job online visit https://www.ecology.wa.gov/wcc.

Job Description/Qualification

Do you love being outdoors, hiking in the backcountry or urban trails, learning new skills and accomplishing hands-on projects? Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) is recruiting AmeriCorps members for field crews across the state! The WCC provides environmental experience, field skills, and training opportunities for young adults (ages 18-25) and military veterans.

Serving on a WCC crew means spending your days outdoors, in all types of weather, accomplishing projects that restore and enhance critical landscapes across Washington. Members serve on a crew of five, along with an experienced supervisor who provides training, mentorship, and development opportunities. Activities could range from planting trees and shrubs, to using hand and power tools, to building trails, bridges, boardwalks and more. Our field crews are located across the state, focusing on every aspect of environmental restoration and trail enhancement. From backcountry trail crews to urban restoration crews – we have an opportunity for you!

WCC prioritizes physical and emotional safety, and provides training for all field activities. Physical distancing is encouraged and daily health screenings for members and staff are required as we continue to support the health and safety of our program and communities we serve amidst COVID-19. WCC-provided KN95 masks may be required under certain conditions such as serving with volunteers.

Schedule: 40 hours/week, typically Monday – Thursday, 7 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Benefits: Members earn a semi-monthly living allowance of $1,116 and receive an AmeriCorps Education Award of $1,678.57 (scholarship) upon successful completion of 3-month contract (and 450 hours). Educational loan forbearance is available. Basic healthcare offered by WCC.

AmeriCorps Eligibility: US Citizen, US National, or Lawful Permanent US Resident Alien

Responsibilities

Willing to contribute to a positive atmosphere, serve outdoors in all weather conditions, and learn in a hands-on service environment.

Basic Requirements

Must be 18-25 years old, with exceptions for those with military service or with mental or sensory disabilities. Strong preference is given to Washington state residents. Successful applicants will be required to verify their vaccination record or seek a medical or religious exemption for the 21-22 service term.

(May to September 2022) Summer Jobs – Northwest Seaplanes

Northwest Seaplanes is located on the Renton Municipal Airport. Our ramp staff enjoy a fun, outdoor job in a great environment working for an FAR 135 seaplane company.

Temporary Summer Positions available from May through the end of September. Part-time and full-time positions available.

Duties include loading and unloading aircraft, shuttle van driving, aircraft grooming, general labor duties. Must be able to lift up to 75 lbs. Must be able to work weekends.

Must be over 18 years old with a valid driver’s license. References required.

Pay is $18 per hour

To Apply:

  1. Email resume to: michelle@nwseaplanes.com
  2. Please put “RAMP2022” as the subject line.
  3. Include a brief cover letter in the body of the email.

(CLOSES 6/30/22) Automotive-Nissan Technician

This job opportunity is at 4301 N Crown Avenue in Coeur d’Alene ID.

Base Pay is $20/hour

Website https://www.coeurdalenenissan.com/

Job Description/Qualification

Automotive Technicians typically repair basic car systems like brakes, transmissions and engines. They can also inspect and fix a vehicle’s electrical system. Most of them must perform automotive care tasks every day, like checking fluid levels, rotating tires and changing fluids.

Responsibilities

Inspect, diagnose, and repair vehicles. Perform preventative maintenance as required by time/mileage of vehicle. Perform recalls according to guidelines. Maintain cleanliness of vehicle, shop, and personal appearance. Must have team-focused work ethic.

Basic Requirements

Basic tool set, experience working on vehicles.

Preferred Requirements

ASE certifications. Nissan Certifications. Experience in shop paced environment.

To apply for this job opportunity or other questions

  1. Email Paul Vreeken (208) 618-5005
  2. Send resume to pvreeken@postfallsnissan.com

(CLOSES 6/30/22) Repair Associate - Cell Phone Repair Moses Lake

Repair Associate position now open in Moses Lake. CPR Cell Phone Repair in Moses Lake, offers “while-you-wait” service and speedy on-site repairs.

About us: Rapidly Growing National Franchise- CPR Cell Phone Repair – (800+ stores nationwide) CPR Cell Phone Repair is the fastest growing wireless technology franchise network in North America. CPR Cell Phone Repair is dedicated to the on-premises repair of cell phones, tablets and other electronic devices.

We are looking for an enthusiastic cell phone/electronic device technician who is willing to deliver a world class experience for our customers. The individual must be a motivated, ambitious, positive person who has cell phone and/or electronics (cell phone/ computer or gaming) industry knowledge.

Base Pay $14-17 per hour

Responsibilities

The Technician is responsible for diagnosing and repairing electronic devices including smart phones, tablets, laptops, and game systems. Other tasks include research and inventory management. The technician is also responsible for maintaining an efficient, productive work area and will be required to work with customers as needed.

Basic Requirements

  1. High school diploma or GED
  2. A strong passion and interest in technology
  3. A desire to learn, and the ability to listen and ask questions
  4. A positive and professional attitude
  5. Basic knowledge of iOS, Android and Windows mobile operating systems
  6. Research skills: effectively and efficiently use company resources and the internet to troubleshoot issues.

Preferred Requirements

  • Experience repairing smart phones, tablets, or other consumer electronics
  • Experience with computer repair both hardware and software
  • Soldering experience
  • Strong communication skills/customer service experience

 How to apply

(CLOSES 5-31-2022) Education Career Opportunities - North Central ESD

North Central ESD (NCESD) just posted the following job opportunities in Washington.

Apply online and see full job description, qualifications, and responsibilities.

A variety of other careers are listed on their website. MCESD provides a wide array of programs, services and support to 29 public school districts in north central Washington. 

Check out their website for other openings, salary, responsibilities, and qualifications; https://www.ncesd.org/jobs/ and apply today.

Family Services in Washington State; Catholic Charities

Serving Washington State, Catholic Charities is hiring in several locations and departments. New postings for Royal City and Mattawa for the following opportunities.

  1. Independent Contractor Flyer English
  2. Family Engagement Coordinator flyer Final 8.4.2021

Checkout their website for updated job postings, location, salary, responsibilities, and qualifications and apply today https://catholiccharitiescw.org/careers

(CLOSES 9-30-22) Recruiter/Career Counselor - Washington National Guard

The Washington National Guard at 6500 32nd Ave NE Moses Lake, WA 98837 is looking for a recruiter/career counselor

Base Pay $100 a day

Job Description/Qualifications/Responsibilities

  • Local part time federally funded State Military. Stand ready to support our local communities in time of need and receive pay plus great benefits like free college.
  • Serve part time, one weekend a month in the Washington Army National Guard.
  • Reasonably good health, no major criminal offenses, and a few more will cover during initial interview
  • A willingness to serve in the Army locally and for our local communities

To Apply or ask questions

Asst. Engineer/Mechanic/Ditch Riders; Quincy Columbia Irrigation District

Quincy Columbia Basin Irrigation District (QCBID) is one of three irrigation districts operating the Columbia Basin Project. QCBID provides a comprehensive benefit package and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Check out the following opportunities and apply today if you are interested.    

Assistant Engineer – Quincy Location (Closes March 18th, 2022)

Mechanic – Quincy/Royal Location (Open until filled)

Ditchrider/Canal Maintenance (Open until filled)

How to Apply

  1. Online;  https://webcorp.com/apply/qcbid/
  2. Email application to humanresources@qcbid.org
  3. US mail to our Human Resources Department at: Quincy Columbia Basin Irrigation District, PO Box 188, Quincy, WA 98848
  4. Hand deliver to our main office at: Quincy Columbia Basin Irrigation District, 1720 S. Central Ave, Quincy, WA 98848 

Career Opportunities; Washington Fruit Administrative Services (Royal City)

Positions now available with Washington Fruit Administrative Services.

Interested candidates can review details and apply on the website; https://washfruitgrowers.com/careers/

  • Administrator & Payroll Specialist
  • Bus Driver (closes 3-31-22)

    Base Pay (Depends on Experience)

    Bus Driver Job Responsibilities:

    • Transport personnel to and from worksites in the morning and afternoon
      • Transport personnel to get groceries, supplies, and cash checks on assigned days
      • Maintain a clean and mechanically-sound bus at all times
      • Obey all traffic laws
      • Perform inspections of the bus before and after each route
      • Ensure safety of all passengers being transported
      • Conduct investigations from complains, document, and recommend next course of action
      • Attend monthly safety meetings
      • Other job responsibilities may include: Crew leading or tasks assigned by Ranch foreman.

    Basic Requirements for driver applicants should apply by submitting resume and driving record to Jbarrera@washfruit.com

    • High School Diploma or GED
      • Must be 21 years or Older
      • Bi-lingual in English and Spanish (Preferred)
      • Clean Driving Record
      • CDL License Required
      • Good written and verbal communications skills
      • 1+ years experience driving a school bus or passenger bus
      • Ability to carry out assigned route on time

Civil Design Engineer; Perteet Inc.Civil Design Engineer; Perteet Inc.

Job Description/Qualification

Civil Design Engineer – Level 2
Perteet is currently seeking a design engineer for our Civil Engineering Division in Central Washington. Successful candidates must be self-motivated and present a good fit for our employee-owned culture. A four year degree in Civil Engineering is required. Experience in AutoCAD, Civil3D, Microstation or InRoads would be very beneficial. Good communication and teamwork skills are a must.

Responsibilities

Essential duties and responsibilities of the Design Engineer Level include (but are not limited to):
• Designs all or portions of a project using CADD software.
• Conducts field investigations.
• Prepares design computations and quantity estimates in compliance with Perteet QA/QC program.

How to Apply

See complete details online; https://www.perteet.com/careers/

Communications/Sales; KAPP TV (Kennewick WA)

Job Opportunity

General Sales Manager | KAPP/KVEW TV | Phase 3 Digital
Kennewick, WA

About us:
KAPP/KVEW TV & Phase 3 Digital, your local ABC affiliate in the Yakima/Tri Cities market of
Washington State, is part of Morgan Murphy Media. We are a family-owned, people-first
business and our communities are at the core of what we do and who we are.

About this opportunity See KAPP TV PDF Information Sheet

Morgan Murphy Media-Kennewick, WA (KAPP/KVEW TV and Phase 3 Digital Agency) is seeking
an experienced media sales professional to join one of the few family-owned media companies
in the country.

Becoming part of a family-owned company gives you the opportunity to be an integral part of
our success, and to be recognized at the highest levels of the company!
If you’re the type of leader who inspires others to reach higher and has a proven track record of
creating multi-media advertising solutions that lead to lasting customer relationships, we want
you to lead our Sales Department!

What you’ll do:
• Manage and guide a sales team towards achieving station goals on all platforms
• Develop and implement sales strategies, monitor progress and institute action plans
• Create and manage new business and non-traditional revenue campaigns
• Work directly with clients to develop effective advertising strategies
• Work with General Manager and other department managers to accomplish station
objectives
• Collaborate with sales management from other MMM markets to meet and exceed
company-wide goals

How to Apply

Online application instructions go to: https://morganmurphymedia.com/current-openings/

Community Engagement; HopeSource

HopeSource is a private, non-profit organization that has provided a wide range of human services in a variety of communities.

HopeSource makes a lasting difference in people’s lives through programs such as sustainable nutrition, safe and stable housing, energy education and conservation, weatherization, public transportation, and life skills coaching.

HopeSource believes in, empowers, advocates for, and partners with individuals and families as they move through these programs and on to self-sufficiency and independence

Our Mission is to move people to self-sufficiency by providing access to education, employment, economic development and vital services.

How to Apply

Openings available in a variety of career opportunities for you to join their team of professionals. Check out the current list for job description, pay, responsibilities, and apply today.

https://hopesource.us/employment

Sample list includes:

  • On-site Personnel
  • Driver
  • Client Advocate
  • Housing Program Manager
  • Housing Manager

Education/Summer Program Instructors; WSU TRiO

TRiO Upward Bound summer program runs June 27 to July 29 for rising 10th-12th grade students.

See the flyer for more details – Trio Summer Program

Instructors are needed to teach the following:

  • Composition & Literature
  • Math through Pre-Calc
  • Foreign Language
  • Science

Questions/Apply

Irina Shapardo-Estes, Upward Bound Director

ishaporda@earlyoutrech.wsu.edu

Finance/Intern; Washington State Auditor's

Washington State Auditor’s Office in Wenatchee recently posted a job for an Assistant State Auditor Position located in Wenatchee, Washington here: Assistant State Auditor – Wenatchee

To be eligible for a permanent Assistant State Auditor position applicant’s must have their Bachelor’s degree (or be earning it within the next 3 months) and have 10 semester or 15 quarter accounting based credits.

Additionally our office offers an internship program for students currently enrolled with an accredited college/university.

Interested candidates can check their website for other career opportunities.

Food Service Careers (all positions); Michael's Group

Michael’s Group; Hamiltons Inc is affiliated with Michael’s on the Lake, Michael’s Bistro and Rock Top Burgers. All location are searching for applicants.  Experience preferred but not required. Sample list includes:

  • Cooks, line and prep
  • Hosts
  • Dishwashers
  • Servers
  • Server/ Bartenders

Apply in person at any of our locations in Moses Lake. 

Healthcare Customer Service/Technology; Premera Blue Cross WA State

Premera Blue Cross has a variety of career opportunities in Washington State. Premera seeks to attract and retain the most qualified people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic under applicable law.

How to Apply

If you need an accommodation to apply online for positions at Premera, please contact Premera Human Resources via email at careers@premera.com or via phone at 425-918-4785.

Healthcare/Medical Careers; All Ways CaringHealthcare/Medical; All Ways Caring

All Ways Caring is searching for the best, most caring, most qualified people. From caregivers to CNAs to LPNs to RNs and more. If you want to be a part of the All Ways Caring team and all of the exciting work we are doing every day. 

We serve several communities throughout Washington State and Nationwide. Take a look at our website for a variety of job openings and then take the next step to apply.

If you are not certified as a CNA, we offer training. Starting wage is 16.72 and it is a union job.

How to Apply:

  1. Online applications – www.allwayscaring.com 
  2. Or  call and talk with Francis – 509-764-7530 with questions.

Healthcare/Medical Careers; Columbia Basin Hospital (Ephrata)

Columbia Basin Hospital has a variety of healthcare and medical careers available now. Check out the website for a current openings, closing dates, salary, job responsibilities and qualifications https://www.columbiabasinhospital.org/jobs/

Sample list includes:

  1. Long Term Care RN
  2. West Wing and Emergency Department RN
  3. Emergency Department Charge RN

Apply online today at https://www.columbiabasinhospital.org/

Healthcare/Medical Careers; Federal Government

The US Federal Bureau of Prisons has career opportunities open now. This medical facility is located in Springfield, MO. 

There is a long list of healthcare occupations. See the attached flyer and details for complete details and website information to apply.

USMC Bureau of Prisons

Healthcare/Medical/Dental; Moses Lake Community Health

Moses Lake Community Health Center has a variety of career opportunities open now in our local service district. Check out the website for updated list, salary, responsibilities, and qualifications.

How to Apply

Sample list includes:

  • Accounts Payable Accountant
  • Customer Care Representative-Dental
  • Dental Assistant
  • Interpreter (Russian/Ukrainian)
  • Medical Assistant
  • Office Manager

Industry/Manufacturing; Basic American Foods

Basic American Foods values growth minded and career minded personnel. 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!

Check our website for a variety of career opportunities, job responsibilities, requirements, and apply today. https://www.baf.com/careers/

All employees must follow company safety procedures, policy and processes, and maintain standards of ethics and integrity.

Basic American Foods is taking the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation very seriously, and we have taken action to minimize potential risks to our employees, our customers, our communities, and our business. Click here to see just a few steps that we are taking: https://www.baf.com/blog/bafs-continued-commitment-to-safety-regarding-covid-19/

Industry/Manufacturing; McCain Foods

McCain Foods in Othello WA has a variety of industry and manufacturing jobs available now.

See their website for complete details of job description, salary base, responsibilities and qualifications; https://www.mccain.com/careers/

Sample list includes:

  • Cutter Machine Operator
  • Electronic Technician
  • Field & Agronomy Intern
  • Fryer Operator
  • Instrument & Electronics Supervisor
  • Instrument & Electronics Supervisor
  • Production Lead
  • Production Supervisor
  • Process Mechanic
  • QC Lead
  • Quality Supervisor
  • Systems Specialist
  • Vision Systems Technician
  • Waste Water Treatment Operator

Park Aids; WA State Parks and Recreation

WA State Parks and Recreation is looking for Park Aids. Work for the Summer or Start Your Career today.

While Park Aides typically work in temporary positions, there is room for growth by gaining valuable skills and experiences. See their flyer for more details and apply today at www.careers.wa.gov

WA State Parks

Skilled Production Laborer; Express Professionals

Express Professionals offers job placement for skilled personnel. Our staffing firm connect workers and employers. We proudly serve the entire Moses Lake area, including Othello, Warden, Soap Lake, Ephrata, Royal City and Quincy.

Check out our website for current Moses Lake career opportunities, salary, job description/qualifications and responsibilities; https://www.expresspros.com/moseslakewa/

Sample list includes the following, open until closed:

Industry/Manufacturing

  • Skilled Production Laborer
  • Sanitation/Packaging Laborer
  • Maintenance Mechanic or Technician
  • Electrician
  • Facility Operator
  • Manufacturing Operator
  • Quality Assurance Associate or Technologist
  • HVAC Technician or Installer

Transportation/Trucking

  • Truck Driver – Class B
  • Truck Driver – Class A
  • Diesel Mechanic
  • Auto Mechanic

Apply online, email or call our office: 509-765-0322

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