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(CLOSES 2-28-2023) Lamb Weston: Sr. Reliability Specialist

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Lamb Weston

Contact Person

Kacie Tickle

Phone

(336)213-2501

Email

Kacie.Tickle@lambweston.com

Website Address

https://lambweston.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Lamb_External/job/Sr-Reliability-Specialist_Req-222749

Location

Quincy, WA

Base Pay

Available upon request

Job Closing Date

02-28-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Sr. Reliability Specialist

Job Description/Qualification

Job Description Summary

The Reliability Specialist position provides leadership, expertise, and direction to facilitate a culture of continuous improvement with regards
to efficiencies in the plant. The primary purpose of this role is to develop and implement actions to deliver improved equipment reliability
through the identification of top losses, evaluation of work processes, and management of repair and maintenance activities. These actions
will include, but are not limited to, development of systems and standards to improve skill levels, improve job plans, drive to root cause, and
increase efficiencies within the maintenance and production departments.

Responsibilities

Job Description

Supports the Planner and Predictive Maintenance groups
Leads all Reliability systems to include, but not exclusive to: CBM, PdM, TBM & Lubrication
Leads Loss Identification systems to include, but not exclusive to: BDA, RCA, SRC, Parato Analysis, Component Life Cycle, Engineering, Stress Analysis
Provides recommendations and data, for equipment reliability improvements.
Works with MRO team to manage spares strategy to include, but not exclusive to: Critical Spare analysis, purchasing processes
Works with area Planners to develop and maintain PM, PdM, and Lubrication routes.
Works with Production Team Leaders to maximize reliability improvements
Provide coaching to applicable entities to understand and achieve reliability improvements
Participates in LOC (Lamb Weston Operating Culture) systems to improve reliability. Actively participates with EM, PM, & AMD Pillars
Assists in the development, management and completion (compliance) of an effective PM program.

Basic Requirements

Basic & Preferred Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or related technical field preferred.
Preferred experience in manufacturing.
CMRP & CRL certifications preferred
Must be computer literate; experienced in using computer software applications such as CAD, Microsoft Excel, Word,
PowerPoint, MS Project Management, etc.
Prior experience with CMMS system, preferred knowledge of SAP CMMS system.
Basic accounting knowledge preferred.
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted for the stated requirements.

Preferred Requirements

N/A

How would you like the applicant to apply?

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(CLOSES 2-9-2023) Sabey Corporation: Project Administrator Sabey Construction

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Sabey Corporation

Contact Person

Marcie Glenn

Phone

(206)707-7421

Email

jobs@anothersource.com

Website Address

2532 Alpine Crest Way

Location

Quincy, Washington

Base Pay

60K

Job Closing Date

02-09-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Project Administrator Sabey Construction

Job Description/Qualification

Another Source’s client, Sabey Construction, is recruiting a Project Administrator to join their team in Quincy, WA.  

Who is Sabey? 
Sabey is a privately held real estate development and investment company specializing in mission critical and other technical space for the data center, medical and life sciences, education, government and military sectors. Over the past 40 years, we’ve designed, constructed, and operated more than 30 million square feet of space and count among our valued customers some of the nation’s iconic names. Sabey has undertaken investments on the cutting edge of medicine and healthcare and, in particular, on the intersection between these sectors and the digitization of data. Sabey is committed to developing and maintaining long term relationships through projects that benefit everyone involved. 

Responsibilities

About the Role: 
This position is based in Quincy, WA and provides administrative support to the Project Team for activities associated with Sabey’s Quincy and Wenatchee construction projects.  A successful candidate needs to have a background in construction administration and enjoy the challenge of acting as liaison between Seattle, Quincy, and the other construction sites. 

  

What you will be doing: 

Prepare contract documents including the following. 
Review and process monthly Subcontractor Progress Billings including verification of all compliance requirements  
Attend construction meetings, take minutes and distribute as directed. 
Process Timecards in ADP – Weekly/Salary 
Responsible for various tracking logs 
Schedule and organize complex activities such as meetings, travel, conferences, and department activities.  
Prepare, track, and distribute all mail and packages.    
Maintain filing system and order office supplies. 
Collaborate and communicate with a wide range of professionals both internal and external to the organization to ensure success of each project.    

Basic Requirements

What we would like to see from you: 

2 plus years of related experience in commercial construction administrative support.  
Accounting background preferred.   
Proficiency with Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook, and Internet Explorer.  Experience in Yardi, ADP, and Procore.   
Strong time management and organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and multi-task in a fast-paced environment. 
Strong decision making, problem solving and creative thinking skills a must. 
Must be detail oriented with the ability to maintain a strong focus on quality, accuracy, and attention to detail. 
Ability to remain calm and professional when faced with tight deadlines.   
Excellent verbal and written communications skills with the ability to collaborate and communicate effectively with all levels of the organization.  
Demonstrate commitment to continuous learning. 

Expected Salary Range: 

$60K 

Preferred Requirements

Sabey’s investment in YOU:    
Sabey is building an enduring next-generation company that inspires and values team-member greatness, which is achieved through intentional and strategic focus on optimizing the strengths of individuals and the collective organization. SabeyLife is a comprehensive portfolio of offerings focused on optimizing our holistic well-being, ensuring that we have the resources we need to pursue purpose and meaning in every area of our lives. SabeyLife is who we are as a team. We want each team member to be the best they can be – not just at work, but also for their friends, families and the communities they serve. 

SabeyLife programs include:  
Health and Wellness Program 
Thought Patterns for High Performance 
Everything DiSC 
Built to Last 

To learn more about Sabey, take a look:  
https://sabeydatacenters.com 
https://www.linkedin.com/company/sabeydatacenters/ 
https://twitter.com/sabey 

EEO Policy Statement: Sabey Corporation and its subsidiaries, including Sabey Data Centers and Sabey Construction, are equal opportunity employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status such as age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religion, or national origin. 

If you need further assistance and/or accommodation to apply, please contact the Sabey Human Resources Department at (206) 277-5247 or by email at maxsch@sabey.com

Another Source works with their clients, on a retained project basis.  We are committed to building inclusive candidate pools as we partner with hiring teams. Veterans, women, people of color, LGBTQIA+, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. As you read through the job posting and review the list of qualifications (required and/or preferred), please do not self-select out if you feel you do not meet every qualification. No one is 100% qualified. We encourage you to apply and share your story with us. 

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Please apply using this link: https://careers2-anothersource.icims.com/jobs/100979/project-administrator-sabey-construction/job?mode=job&iis=SOURCE&iisn=BigBendCC

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(CLOSES 6-1-2023) YMCA Camp Seymour: Camp Cabin Leader

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

YMCA Camp Seymour, 91-0565562

Contact Person

Jenn Amos

Phone

(208)460-8884

Email

jamos@ymcapkc.org

Website Address

campseymour.org

Location

Gig Harbor, WA

Base Pay

$360/week

Job Closing Date

06-01-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Camp Cabin Leader

Job Description/Qualification

Would you like to change lives by making sure camp is an amazing experience for every camper? At Camp Seymour you get to teach kids self-reliance, a love for nature and the outdoors, and the development of attitudes and practices that build character and leadership – all amidst the fun of camp fires, canoeing, archery, talent shows, and meaningful relationships.

If hired as a Cabin Leader, you will live and work at Camp in a cabin/yurt. Along with a co-leader, you will provide constructive, responsible leadership and guidance for a cabin group of 10-12 children ages 7-13. You will develop camper character and values; foster cabin community, encourage group leadership, and develop stewardship. You will also instruct 1-2 skills classes (“Camptivities”).

You will spend your days outside laughing, talking, and participating in everything from campfire to canoeing and archery. By the end of the summer you will be the adult role model who encourages creativity, instills confidence, self-esteem, a life of adventure, and a sense of belonging.

Responsibilities

Build relationships:
With your campers and get to know them as individuals.
With your staff team, working together to make sure everyone is having fun.
Between campers, helping them meet new people and get out of their comfort zone.
Make great decisions:
Recognize individual and group situations and effectively resolve conflicts based on camp values and procedures.
Help campers learn how to make good decisions.
Provide quality results:
Provide the highest quality programming to campers.
Facilitate cabin overnights – ensure campers’ supervision, comfort, and safety
Know, enforce, and follow all safety guidelines associated with the camp and all program areas.
Be a role model and teach values:
Promote a positive environment that fosters fun, safety and meaningful experiences for campers.
Organize and lead a variety of small and large group activities inside and outside of the cabin, participating 100% with activities; enjoy playing, and not “sit on the sidelines.”

Basic Requirements

You are committed to valuing and promoting diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment.
You are at least 18 years old.
You have or am willing to get First Aid and CPR certifications. (Lifeguard certifications preferred)
You want to make the difference in the life of a child this summer.

Preferred Requirements

You have worked at a camp or have related experience in child leadership.
You have experience working with children and diverse populations.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Please apply through our job portal:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=980ae412-fca9-458c-b8cc-9bfaf7c72009&ccId=9200505522274_2&lang=en_US

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(CLOSES 6-1-2023) YMCA Camp Seymour: Camp Trips Staff

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

YMCA Camp Seymour, 91-0565562

Contact Person

Jenn Amos

Phone

(253)460-8884

Email

jamos@ymcapkc.org

Website Address

campseymour.org

Location

Gig Harbor, WA

Base Pay

$390/week

Job Closing Date

06-01-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Camp Trips Staff

Job Description/Qualification

Would you like to change lives by making sure camp is an amazing experience for every camper? At Camp Seymour you get to teach kids self-reliance, a love for nature and the outdoors, and the development of attitudes and practices that build character and leadership – all amidst the fun of camp fires, canoeing, archery, talent shows, and meaningful relationships.

If hired as a Trip Staff, you will provide constructive, responsible leadership and guidance for groups of 10-12 teens ages 13-17. Trip Staff will lead backpacking and water based trips. In this position you will help develop camper character and values and help foster community,

Responsibilities

Facilitate trip programs with a co-leader.
Supervise, engage and build community with campers.
Lead safe, programmed, skill building, and fun off-site trips. Maintain awareness and supervision of campers. Follow guidelines for off-camp trips as explained in the Adventure Manual.
Follow camp safety guidelines; follow National Park/Forest regulations and always abide by “leave no trace” guidelines.

Basic Requirements

Minimum 21 years of age.
One or more seasons of related experience required.
Positive attitude and previous experience with diverse populations.
Knowledge and skills in program activities and related equipment set-up, and the ability to instruct participants in age appropriate techniques.
Required: Wilderness First Aid or First Responder (must have by the start of staff training), CPR, AED certifications.
Complete online Child Abuse Prevention training on first day. Complete other online and in-person training as required.

Preferred Requirements

Preferred: Experience in leading trip/travel program and/or personal outdoor experience.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Please apply through our job portal:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=980ae412-fca9-458c-b8cc-9bfaf7c72009&ccId=9200505522274_2&lang=en_US

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(CLOSES 3-31-2023) North Central ESD: Speech Language Pathology

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

North Central ESD

Contact Person

Flor Lopez

Phone

(506)667-7110

Email

florl@ncesd.org

Website Address

https://www.ncesd.org/job/speech-language-pathologist-5/

Location

Wenatchee WA

Base Pay

77,962.00

Job Closing Date

03-31-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Speech Language Pathology

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 staff, students and families as a Speech Language Pathologist. The SLP will provide a full range of services to children ages 0-21. Responsibilities will include screening and assessment, designing treatment programs, providing direct therapy; and consulting with school staff, parents and outside agencies as appropriate; and function as a member of the multidisciplinary team to determine the child’s eligibility for services, appropriate programming and on-going progress.

Salary Range: $77,962.00 – $90,414.00 (Level 1)
$82,434.00 – $95,597.00 (Level 2)
Salary based on 191-day position
Salary range dependent upon experience and expertise

Benefits:
Insurance benefits – includes medical, dental, vision, life & LTD
HCA/PEBB
Retirement – Through Department of Retirement (DRS) – SERS plan
Department of Retirement
Sick leave – accrued at 8 hours per month
Personal leave – 2 days per year
Additional Benefit Information

Responsibilities

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Basic Requirements

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Preferred Requirements

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(CLOSES 2-28-2023) STEHEKIN SCHOOL DISTRICT: Elementary School Teacher

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Stehekin School District

Contact Person

Flor Lopez

Phone

(509)667-7110

Email

florl@ncesd.org

Website Address

https://www.ncesd.org/job/stehekin-elementary-school-teacher-2/

Location

Stehekin

Base Pay

49,745.50-93,760.76

Job Closing Date

02-28-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Stehekin Elementary School Teacher

Job Description/Qualification

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
Stehekin Valley is located at the upper end of Lake Chelan (a 50-mile lake that snakes its way into the North Cascades). It is a unique location only accessible by boat or float plane, with no cell phone service or standard internet infrastructure at the school. As such provides many challenges as well as exciting opportunities for all applicants to seriously consider.

Salary Range: $49,745.50 – $93,760.76
Based on Education and Experience
Medical Insurance through HCA
SEBB Benefits-(Medical, dental, vision, life, LTD)
Sick Leave – 12 days per year
Personal Leave – 4 days per year

Responsibilities

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Basic Requirements

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Preferred Requirements

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(CLOSES 3-31-2023) McKay Healthcare & Rehabilitation: RN

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

McKay Healthcare and Rehabilitation 91-6017906

Contact Person

Sam Cole

Phone

(509)593-8681

Email

samcole@mckayhealthcare.org

Website Address

www.mckayhealthcare.org

Location

Soap Lake, WA

Base Pay

$38-$42

Job Closing Date

03-31-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Registered Nurse

Job Description/Qualification

McKay Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center

We are a 42-bed skilled nursing and long-term care environment designed to meet both short and long-term care needs. We participate in Medicare and Medicaid programs as well as accepting private pay residents. The McKay team considers it a privilege to care for those requiring short-term rehabilitation services in order to return to home quickly to the residents who require extensive personal care to meet their daily needs for years to come.

Our building was originally commissioned in 1935 as a Veteran’s Hospital with an emphasis on researching and testing the benefits of Soap Lake’s mud and waters to treat Buerger’s Disease, a common affliction for male veterans of that time. Coming into the building is reminiscent of a different era with long halls, big resident rooms, and well-placed common areas such as the fireside room, dining room, indoor garden room, therapy room, and a community conference room. Modern amenities are noted throughout in harmony with the architecture and include wi-fi and fiber internet, individually wired cable TVs, resident lifts, a spa tub room, hot and cold food carts, and a friendly, smiling face wherever you go.

McKay is well known for the warm and friendly atmosphere provided by our caring staff, and a resident-focused, non-corporate environment.

Day and Night (NOC) shifts available

$5,000 Hiring Bonus, flexible shifts

Responsibilities:

Monitor patient’s condition and assess their needs to provide the best possible care and advice
Observe and interpret patient’s symptoms and communicate them to physicians
Collaborate with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients
Perform routine procedures (blood pressure measurements, administering injections etc.) and document in patients’ charts
Adjust and administer patient’s medication and provide treatments according to physician’s orders
Inspect the facilities and act to maintain excellent hygiene and safety (decontaminating equipment, sanitizing surfaces, preparing beds etc.)
Provide instant medical care in emergencies
Supervise and train LPNs and nursing assistants
Foster a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
Expand knowledge and capabilities by attending educational workshops, conferences etc.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities:

Monitor patient’s condition and assess their needs to provide the best possible care and advice
Observe and interpret patient’s symptoms and communicate them to physicians
Collaborate with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients
Perform routine procedures (blood pressure measurements, administering injections etc.) and document in patients’ charts
Adjust and administer patient’s medication and provide treatments according to physician’s orders
Inspect the facilities and act to maintain excellent hygiene and safety (decontaminating equipment, sanitizing surfaces, preparing beds etc.)
Provide instant medical care in emergencies
Supervise and train LPNs and nursing assistants
Foster a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
Expand knowledge and capabilities by attending educational workshops, conferences etc.
Skills

Excellent knowledge of nursing care methods and procedures
Excellent knowledge of emergency care
In-depth knowledge of health and safety guidelines and procedures (sanitation, decontamination etc.) and willingness to follow them at all times
A team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Responsible and compassionate
Outstanding organizational and multi-tasking skills
Excellent problem-solving skills, empathy, and patience
ADN
Valid nursing license in WA State

Basic Requirements

Valid nursing license in WA State

Preferred Requirements

Teamwork and solution-oriented, natural leadership skills, attention to detail, willingness to learn and grow, happy & friendly disposition, empathetic, and a mentor/coaching mindset.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Indeed

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(CLOSES 3-31-2023) McKay Healthcare & Rehabilitation: CNA

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

McKay Healthcare and Rehabilitation

Contact Person

Sam Cole

Phone

(509)593-8681

Email

samcole@mckayhealthcare.org

Website Address

www.mckayhealthcare.org

Location

Soap Lake, WA

Base Pay

$22

Job Closing Date

03-31-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

CNA

Job Description/Qualification

Now hiring full time CNA positions, multiple shifts available, $3,000 hiring incentive! Part time, day, evening, night, 8 hour & 12 hour shifts available, and on-call positions also available.

McKay Healthcare is a 42-bed skilled nursing and long-term care environment designed to meet both short and long-term care needs. We participate in Medicare and Medicaid programs as well as accepting private pay residents. The McKay team considers it a privilege to care for those requiring short-term rehabilitation services for their quick return home, and also for our residents who require extensive personal care to meet their daily needs for years to come.

Our building was originally commissioned in 1935 as a Veteran’s Hospital with an emphasis on researching and testing the benefits of Soap Lake’s mud and waters to treat Buerger’s Disease, a common affliction for male veterans of that time. Coming into the building is reminiscent of a different era with long halls, big resident rooms, and well-placed common areas such as the fireside room, dining room, indoor garden room, therapy room, and community conference room. Modern amenities are noted throughout in harmony with the architecture and include wi-fi and fiber internet, individually wired cable TVs, resident lifts, a spa tub room, hot and cold food carts, and a friendly, smiling face wherever you go.

McKay is well known for the warm and friendly atmosphere provided by our caring staff, and our patient-focused non-corporate environment.

Job Description:

Provides supportive services to nurses and other staff as needed and performs duties as assigned.
Assists residents with or performs activities of daily living for resident in accordance with care plans and established policies and procedures.
Assists resident with lifting, turning, moving, positioning, and transporting into and out of beds, chairs, bathtubs, wheelchairs, lifts, etc.
Coordinates dining room services at assigned mealtimes, including set-up and clean-up, meal tray delivery, feeding assistance, and documentation of meal intake.
Delivers nutritional supplements to residents at assigned times and provides assistance as necessary to ensure intake. Documents intake accordingly.
Assists with weighing residents according to facility policy, and records weight in designated locations. Reports weight changes to nurse and supervisor.
Assists with tracking the condition of the resident’s skin. Reports any presence of pressure areas, skin breakdown or skin tears to nurse and supervisor.
Assists nursing staff in carrying out toileting program activities.
Completes flow sheets daily to indicate that the specified task was done. Documents the progress of each resident as directed by supervisor.
Keeps nurse and supervisor informed of factors that interfere with being able to perform the work as assigned (i.e. resident refusal, reassigned to nursing unit).
Reports changes in a resident’s condition to the resident’s nurse and supervisor.
Skills

Excellent knowledge of nursing care methods and procedures
In-depth knowledge of health and safety guidelines and procedures (sanitation, decontamination etc.) and willingness to follow them at all times
A team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Responsible and compassionate
Great organizational and multi-tasking skills
Excellent problem-solving skills, patience, and empathy
Valid CNA license

Tour of facility available for interested candidates.

Responsibilities

Provides supportive services to nurses and other staff as needed and performs duties as assigned.
Assists residents with or performs activities of daily living for resident in accordance with care plans and established policies and procedures.
Assists resident with lifting, turning, moving, positioning, and transporting into and out of beds, chairs, bathtubs, wheelchairs, lifts, etc.
Coordinates dining room services at assigned mealtimes, including set-up and clean-up, meal tray delivery, feeding assistance, and documentation of meal intake.
Delivers nutritional supplements to residents at assigned times and provides assistance as necessary to ensure intake. Documents intake accordingly.
Assists with weighing residents according to facility policy, and records weight in designated locations. Reports weight changes to nurse and supervisor.
Assists with tracking the condition of the resident’s skin. Reports any presence of pressure areas, skin breakdown or skin tears to nurse and supervisor.
Assists nursing staff in carrying out toileting program activities.
Completes flow sheets daily to indicate that the specified task was done. Documents the progress of each resident as directed by supervisor.
Keeps nurse and supervisor informed of factors that interfere with being able to perform the work as assigned (i.e. resident refusal, reassigned to nursing unit).
Reports changes in a resident’s condition to the resident’s nurse and supervisor.

Basic Requirements

CNA License – may begin employment application prior to completing course work.

Preferred Requirements

Teamwork and solution-oriented, happy disposition, willingness to learn and grow, desire for long-term employment.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

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(CLOSES 3-31-2023) McKay Healthcare & Rehabilitation: LPN

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

McKay Healthcare and Rehabilitation 91-6017906

Contact Person

Sam Cole

Phone

(509)593-8681

Email

samcole@mckayhealthcare.org

Website Address

www.mckayhealthcare.org

Location

Soap Lake, WA

Base Pay

$32-$35

Job Closing Date

03-31-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Licensed Practical Nurse

Job Description/Qualification

McKay Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center

We are a 42-bed skilled nursing and long-term care environment designed to meet both short and long-term care needs. We participate in Medicare and Medicaid programs as well as accepting private pay residents. The McKay team considers it a privilege to care for those requiring short-term rehabilitation services in order to return to home quickly to the residents who require extensive personal care to meet their daily needs for years to come.

Our building was originally commissioned in 1935 as a Veteran’s Hospital with an emphasis on researching and testing the benefits of Soap Lake’s mud and waters to treat Buerger’s Disease, a common affliction for male veterans of that time. Coming into the building is reminiscent of a different era with long halls, big resident rooms, and well-placed common areas such as the fireside room, dining room, indoor garden room, therapy room, and a community conference room. Modern amenities are noted throughout in harmony with the architecture and include wi-fi and fiber internet, individually wired cable TVs, resident lifts, a spa tub room, hot and cold food carts, and a friendly, smiling face wherever you go.

McKay is well known for the warm and friendly atmosphere provided by our caring staff, and a resident-focused, non-corporate environment.

$4,000 Hiring incentive

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provides care for residents under the supervision of the RN. Administers medications, maintains documentation, and logs.
Maintains patient stability by taking and recording vital signs.
Maintains patient nutrition by examining food trays for prescribed diet; feeding patients; recording food and fluid intake and output.
Keeps nursing supervisors informed by observing patients and reporting adverse reactions to medication or treatment.
Performs routine laboratory tests by collecting samples, such as urine, blood, and sputum.
Adheres to professional standards, policies, federal, state, and local requirements.
Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
$4,000 Hiring incentive

Responsibilities

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provides care for residents under the supervision of the RN. Administers medications, maintains documentation, and logs.
Maintains patient stability by taking and recording vital signs.
Maintains patient nutrition by examining food trays for prescribed diet; feeding patients; recording food and fluid intake and output.
Keeps nursing supervisors informed by observing patients and reporting adverse reactions to medication or treatment.
Performs routine laboratory tests by collecting samples, such as urine, blood, and sputum.
Adheres to professional standards, policies, federal, state, and local requirements.
Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
$4,000 Hiring incentive

Skills:

Excellent knowledge of nursing care methods and procedures

Teamwork oriented with excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Excellent problem solving skills, empathy, and patience

Valid nursing license in Washington State

Basic Requirements

Valid nursing license in Washington State

Preferred Requirements

Teamwork and solution oriented, natural leadership skills, attention to detail, willingness to learn and grow, happy disposition, patient, and empathetic.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Indeed

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(CLOSES 2-16-2023) CRISTA Camps- Miracle Ranch: Summer Staff- Camp Counsoler

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

CRISTA Camps- Miracle Ranch (EIN: 91-6012289)

Contact Person

Johanna Krentel

Phone

(509)951-9678

Email

Jkrentel@cristacamps.com

Website Address

https://cristacamps.com/

Location

Port Orchard, WA

Base Pay

$250 per week Stipend

Job Closing Date

02-16-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Summer Staff- Camp Counsoler

Job Description/Qualification

CAMPS OVERVIEW
CRISTA Camps provide memorable camp experiences on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula where people encounter Christ and servant leaders are developed. Staff and interns, at our award-winning camp, communicate Christian values as they lead activities, participate in programmed events, and serve guest groups. Some of the activities campers have the opportunity to participate in are as follows:
archery, swimming, canoeing, rock walls, horseback trail riding and much more! Miracle Ranch has the opportunity to serve thousands of kids and adults every summer.

CRISTA Camps is in search of young adults who love Jesus Christ and who are interested in having an amazing summer of growth, service and fun. These young adults will have a life changing experience working at CRISTA Camps! They will grow spiritually, personally, relationally and professionally throughout the summer. Servant leadership development will transfer over to future opportunities and life experiences no matter what field they are pursuing.

POSITION SUMMARY
Counselors are the heart and soul of our traditional camps. They spend their week utilizing every opportunity to connect with and serve their campers. They play a key role in the emotional, physical, and spiritual care of campers who come through both our Resident Overnight Camps and Day Camps while being supported by the leadership team and recreational staff team. They spend time with their cabin at meals as well as activities and games, and they also lead their cabin in nightly discussions after the evening message. This position provides an incredible opportunity to foster relationships and be a role model to the younger generation!

While counselors’ primary focus is on camper care, any summer staff may be asked to fill in other areas as needed such as facilitating activities, guest services and housekeeping. Counselors provide servant leadership, relationship building and teamwork, so each camper and guest can experience an unforgettable time and walk away changed. Counselors embody CRISTA’s mission of “Serving the needs of the World with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”

COUNSELING ROLES AND OPPORTUNITIES
-Head Counselor: Head Counselors have past counseling experience and are immediately responsible for attending to other counselors. Head Counselors are leaders to whom other counselors can look up to and go to for help answering questions or managing problems which may arise with their campers.
-Counselors: Counselors work mainly for our traditional camps getting to connect, serve and have fun with 8-12 campers for 5-6 days a week throughout the summer. Counselors play a huge role in helping these campers have one the best weeks of their life.
-Counselors / Rec Staff: An all-around position; counseling some of time and other times facilitating activities in our rec program which could include rope course, water front, paintball, store and other activities.
-Day Camp Counselors: Day Camp Counselors work mainly in the day camp program, getting to connect, serve and have fun with 5-10 campers, 9 hours a day for 5 days a week throughout the summer. Day Camp Counselors play a huge role in helping campers have one the best weeks of their life! After campers leave, they assist wherever needed.

WHY WORK HERE?
CRISTA Camps is an amazing place to serve kids and Jesus Christ where you will grow, gain practical and leadership skills and have a blast while you are doing it! Here are some other benefits you receive while working at camp.
Food is provided
Housing is provided
Paid by a weekly stipend

This is a full summer position starting mid to late June 2023. Working at CRISTA Camps is a great summer job between the school year.

Responsibilities

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/DUTIES
-Camper Care: Maintain responsibility for physical, emotional and spiritual care of campers in their cabins.
-Spiritual Mentorship: Lead small group cabin times, answer questions related to Christianity, and conduct yourself in a way that is consistent with the CRISTA Camps Statement of Faith.
-Recreation and Program: Assist in program areas as needed, such as games, skits, or activities.
-Guest Service: Assist with meal crews, housekeeping, and other guest service needs as needed.
-Community: Contribute to and participate in the Summer Staff community.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Work collaboratively with supervisor, coworkers and campers.

**General overview and may not include all details of responsibilities
Personal conduct that reflects well on CRISTA Ministries and supports our personal conduct policy.
Perform all duties consistent with the CRISTA Ministries Mission Statement.

Basic Requirements

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS
1. CHRIST CENTERED
Belief that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior
Ongoing affirmation, alignment with and support of CRISTA’s Statement of Faith and Christian Community Representative Statement (CCC).
Demonstrates the values of a CRISTA leader.

  1. EDUCATION
    High School diploma or GED required.

Preferred Requirements

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
Excellent customer service.
Able to communicate clearly to others.
Able to work collaboratively with all camp staff and customers.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Visit Miracle Ranch’s website to learn more and apply!
https://cristacamps.com/get-involved/summer-staff/

Is this student only posting?

Public

(CLOSES 2-16-2023) CRISTA Camps- Miracle Ranch: Summer Staff- Recreation and Program Staff

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

CRISTA Camps- Miracle Ranch (EIN: 91-6012289)

Contact Person

Johanna Krentel

Phone

(509)951-0678

Email

jkrentel@cristacamps.com

Website Address

https://cristacamps.com/

Location

Port Orchard, WA

Base Pay

$250 per week Stipend

Job Closing Date

02-16-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Summer Staff- Recreation and Program Staff

Job Description/Qualification

CAMPS OVERVIEW
CRISTA Camps provide memorable camp experiences on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula where people encounter Christ and servant leaders are developed. Staff and interns at our award-winning camp communicate Christian values as they lead activities, participate in programmed events, and serve guest groups. Some of the activities the kids have the opportunity to participate in are as follows:
Archery, swimming, canoeing, rock walls, horseback trail riding and much more! Miracle Ranch has the opportunity to serve thousands of kids and adults every summer.

CRISTA Camps is on the search for young adults who love Jesus Christ and who are interested in having an amazing summer of growth, service and fun. These young adults will have a life changing experience working at CRISTA Camps! They will grow spiritually, personally, relationally and professionally throughout the summer! Servant leadership development will transfer over to future opportunities and life experiences no matter what field they are pursuing!

POSITION SUMMARY
Summer staff members are responsible for the wellbeing of student campers who attend Miracle Ranch. Program and recreational staff are key players in both the fun and efficiency of camp. From facilitating activities, to leading worship at Fireside, the Recreation and Program team is a diverse collection of Summer Staff with many talents and a shared goal to help camp run. Program and recreational staff provide servant leadership, relationships, and teamwork so each camper and guest can experience an unforgettable time and walk away changed. Counselors embody CRISTA’s mission of “Serving the needs of the World with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” Program and Recreation Staff members may have an area they facilitate more frequently, but may be asked to serve in other areas as needed.

ROLES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Recreation staff roles
-Waterfront Supervisor
-Ropes Course Supervisor
-Paintball Supervisor
-Arts and Crafts Supervisor
-Lifeguard
-Rec Staff- General

Program Staff Roles
-Gathering and Worship Leader
-Camp Nurse
-Nurses Assistant
-Day Camp Program Assistant
-High School Program Leaders
-Lead Guest Group Host
-Store Manager
-Store Assistant
-Camp Photographers
-Camp Videographer

More details on individual roles go to: https://cristacamps.com/get-involved/summer-staff/
(General overview and may not include all details of responsibilities)

WHY WORK HERE?
CRISTA Camps is an amazing place to serve kids and Jesus Christ where you will grow, gain practical and leadership skills and have a blast while you are doing it! Here are some other benefits you receive while working at camp.

Food is provided
Housing is provided
Paid by a weekly stipend

This is a full summer position starting mid to late June 2023. Working at CRISTA Camps is a great summer job between the school year.

Responsibilities

DUTIES
-Recreation Activities: Facilitate programmed events and activities, including but not limited to paintball, ropes course, archery, waterfront, rock wall, horseback riding, and outdoor education.
-Safety: Maintain responsibility, awareness and adherence of safety standards.
-Camper Care: Maintain responsibility for physical, emotional, and spiritual care of campers during camper interactions.
-Program: Assist in program areas as needed, such as games, skits, or counseling.
-Guest Service: Assist with meal crews, housekeeping, and other guest service needs throughout the week.
-Community: contribute to and participate in the Summer Staff community.
Work collaboratively with supervisor, coworkers and campers.
Perform other related duties as assigned.

**Personal conduct that reflects well on CRISTA Ministries and supports our personal conduct policy
Perform all duties consistent with the CRISTA Ministries Mission Statement

Basic Requirements

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS
1. CHRIST CENTERED
Profession that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior.
Ongoing affirmation, alignment with and support of CRISTA’s Statement of Faith and Christian Community Representative Statement (CCC).
Demonstrates the values of a CRISTA leader.

  1. EDUCATION
    High School diploma or GED required.
  2. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
    Excellent customer service.
    Able to communicate clearly to others.
    Able to work collaboratively with all Camps staff and customers.

Preferred Requirements

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS: LICENSURE / CERTIFICATION (Not Required to Apply)
-Lifeguard Certification (we will provide an opportunity for certification during training week)
-CPR Certification (we will provide an opportunity for certification during training week)

How would you like the applicant to apply?

For more info about Miracle Ranch and to apply visit:
https://cristacamps.com/get-involved/summer-staff/

Is this student only posting?

Public

(CLOSES 2-16-2023) CRISTA Camps- Miracle Ranch: Summer Staff- Leadership

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

CRISTA Camps- Miracle Ranch (EIN: 91-6012289)

Contact Person

Johanna Krentel

Phone

(509)951-9678

Email

jkrentel@cristacamps.com

Website Address

https://cristacamps.com/

Location

Port Orchard, WA

Base Pay

$250 per week stipend

Job Closing Date

02-16-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Summer Staff- Leadership

Job Description/Qualification

CAMPS OVERVIEW
CRISTA Camps provide memorable camp experiences on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula where people encounter Christ and servant leaders are developed. Staff and interns at our award-winning camp communicate Christian values as they lead activities, participate in programmed events, and serve guest groups. Some of the activities campers have the opportunity to participate in are as follows:
archery, swimming, canoeing, rock walls, horseback trail riding and much more! Miracle Ranch serves thousands of kids and adults every summer.

CRISTA Camps is in search of young adults who love Jesus Christ and who are interested in having an amazing summer of growth, service and fun. These young adults will have a life changing experience working at CRISTA Camps! They will grow spiritually, personally, relationally and professionally throughout the summer. Servant leadership development will transfer over to future opportunities and life experiences no matter what field they are pursuing.

POSITION SUMMARY
Those in leadership positions lead both campers and summer staff in safety, culture, efficiency, and spiritual growth. Leadership staff provide servant leadership, relationships, and teamwork so campers, guests and summer staff can experience an unforgettable time and walk away changed. They will assist in recreation and program areas where they are needed. They also embody CRISTA’s mission of “serving the needs of the World with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” Each leadership position has an area of ownership they are directly responsible for, but may be asked to lead and serve in other areas as needed.

ROLES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Assistant Program Director
Day Camp Director
Events Director
Head Wrangler
High School Program Director
Hospitality Director
Men’s Dean
Women’s Dean
Recreation Program Director
Wrangler in Training (WIT) Leader

For more information on each of the above roles please look at our website.
https://cristacamps.com/get-involved/summer-staff/

WHY WORK HERE?
CRISTA Camps is an amazing place to serve kids and Jesus Christ where you will grow, gain practical and leadership skills and have a blast while you are doing it! Here are some other benefits you receive while working at Miracle Ranch.

Food is provided
Housing is provided
Paid by a weekly stipend

This is a full summer position starting mid to late June 2023. Working at CRISTA Camps is a great summer job between the school year.

Responsibilities

DUTIES
-Staff and Camper Care: Maintain responsibility for physical, emotional and spiritual care of summer staff and campers.
-Spiritual Mentorship: Mentor staff, answer questions related to Christianity, and conduct yourself in a way that is consistent with the CRISTA Camps Statement of Faith.
-Recreation and Program: Assist in recreation and program areas as needed, such as games, skits, activities.
-Guest Service: Assist with hosting guest groups, meal crews, housekeeping, and other guest service needs throughout the week.
-Community: Lead, contribute to and participate in the Summer Staff community.
-Areas of Ownership: Lead summer staff within the areas responsible for specific job descriptions. (see list of job descriptions)
-Perform other related duties as assigned.
-Work collaboratively with supervisor, coworkers and campers.

(General overview and may not include all details of responsibilities)
Personal conduct that reflects well on CRISTA Ministries and supports our personal conduct policy.
Perform all duties consistent with the CRISTA Ministries Mission Statement.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lead summer staff and campers within areas of responsibility (see specific job descriptions).

Basic Requirements

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS
1. CHRIST CENTERED
Belief that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior
Ongoing affirmation, alignment with and support of CRISTA’s Statement of Faith and Christian Community Representative Statement (CCC).
Demonstrates the values of a CRISTA leader.

  1. EDUCATION
    High School diploma or GED required.
  2. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
    Excellent customer service.
    Able to communicate clearly to others.
    Able to work collaboratively with all staff and customers.

Preferred Requirements

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
1. EDUCATION
Some college or equivalent experience is preferred.
2. EXPERIENCE
Past leadership or summer camp experience preferred.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

For more info about Miracle Ranch and to apply visit:
https://cristacamps.com/get-involved/summer-staff/

Is this student only posting?

Public

(CLOSES 2-16-2023) CRISTA Camps- Miracle Ranch: Summer Staff- Wrangler

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

CRISTA Camps: Miracle Ranch (EIN: 91-6012289)

Contact Person

Johanna Krentel

Phone

(509)951-9678

Email

jkrentel@cristacamps.com

Website Address

https://cristacamps.com/

Location

Port Orchard, WA

Base Pay

$250 per week stipend

Job Closing Date

02-16-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Summer Staff- Wrangler

Job Description/Qualification

CAMPS OVERVIEW
CRISTA Camps provide memorable camp experiences on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula where people encounter Christ and servant leaders are developed. Staff and interns at our award-winning camp communicate Christian values as they lead activities, participate in programmed events, and serve guest groups. Some of the activities the kids have the opportunity to participate in are as follows:
Archery, swimming, canoeing, rock walls, horseback trail riding and much more! Miracle Ranch has the opportunity to serve thousands of kids and adults every summer.

CRISTA Camps is on the search for young adults who love Jesus Christ and who are interested in having an amazing summer of growth, service and fun. These young adults will have a life changing experience working at CRISTA Camps! They will grow spiritually, personally, relationally and professionally throughout the summer! Servant leadership development will transfer over to future opportunities and life experiences no matter what field they are pursuing!

POSITION SUMMARY
During the summer, Miracle Ranch provides lessons, trails rides and horse education. This position creates amazing opportunities for the development of servant leadership, communication skills, horsemanship knowledge and interpersonal relationships. Working at the Miracle Ranch’s horse program provides a place for the horse enthusiasts to serve Jesus by teaching kids and adults about horsemanship. There’s a lot of variety in a wrangler’s schedule but here are a few of things which wranglers participate in. Wranglers provide the care and management of the herd of 40+ horses at Miracle Ranch under the direction of the horse program director and the head wrangler. This consists of feeding, chores and cleaning for the horses and small farm animals on camp property. In addition, wranglers teach or assist in the group lessons in western or english horsemanship. During this time, wranglers are instructing and correcting the riders in their riding and ensuring the safety of the rider and their horse. Trails rides are a large part of Miracle Ranch’s program and wranglers mount riders on horses, give an orientation on basic riding skills then, go on the trails rides with guests. This position requires horsemanship experience. Wranglers also assist in program and housekeeping as needed throughout the summer though the horse program is the wrangler’s main responsibility.

(General overview and may not include all details of responsibilities)

WHY WORK HERE?
CRISTA Camps is an amazing place to serve kids and Jesus Christ where you will grow, gain practical and leadership skills and have a blast while you are doing it! Here are some other benefits you receive while working at camp.

Food is provided
Housing is provided
Paid by a weekly stipend

This is a full summer position starting mid to late June 2023. Working at CRISTA Camps is a great summer job between the school year.

Responsibilities

DUTIES
-Horsemanship: Care and prepare horses for lessons, trails and other horse related activities.
-Safety: Maintain responsibility, awareness and adherence of safety standards.
-Camper Care: Maintain responsibility for physical, emotional, and spiritual care of campers during camper interactions.
-Program: Assist in program areas as needed, such as games, skits, or counseling.
-Guest Service: Assist with meal crews, housekeeping, and other guest service needs throughout the week.
-Community: Contribute to and participate in the Summer Staff community.
-Work collaboratively with supervisor, coworkers and campers.
-Perform other related duties as assigned.

**Personal conduct that reflects well on CRISTA Ministries and supports our personal conduct policy
Perform all duties consistent with the CRISTA Ministries Mission Statement

Basic Requirements

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS
1. CHRIST CENTERED
Profession that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior.
Ongoing affirmation, alignment with and support of CRISTA’s Statement of Faith and Christian Community Representative Statement (CCC).
Demonstrates the values of a CRISTA leader.

  1. EDUCATION
    High School diploma or GED required.
  2. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
    Horsemanship Experience
    Excellent customer service.
    Able to communicate clearly to others.
    Able to work collaboratively with all Camps staff and customers.

Preferred Requirements

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS: LICENSURE / CERTIFICATION (Not Required to Apply)
CPR Certification (we will provide an opportunity for certification during training week)

How would you like the applicant to apply?

For more info about Miracle Ranch and to apply visit:
https://cristacamps.com/get-involved/summer-staff/

Is this student only posting?

Public

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