|Position||Regular Relief and On-Call Ferry Employees|
|Job Description||JOB SUMMARY:
|Position||Customer Service Specialist 2 – Counseling Center|
|Employer||Shoreline Community College|
|Job Description||JOB SUMMARY:
Shoreline is a comprehensive community college offering excellent academic, professional/technical and work force training programs to meet the lifelong learning needs of its global community. Located on 83 acres just 10 miles north of downtown Seattle, Shoreline is situated among native evergreens with a campus full of brilliant colors during spring, summer and fall seasons. The Counseling Center provides enrolled students access to free and confidential personal, career, educational and crisis counseling with a professional counselor. Counselors offer referrals to campus and community resources and provide consultation to faculty and staff who may be concerned about a student. Throughout each quarter we offer a variety of workshops, presentations and activities supporting wellness and health promotion. Counselors also teach Human Development courses that focus on personal growth and student development and success. Under the direction of the Associate Dean of Equity, Engagement and Counseling, the Customer Service Specialist 2 (CCS2) will support the College’s and Counseling Department’s commitment to student programs, excellence and student services. The CSS2 will act as the point person for contact with faculty, staff, students and community members. This position will answer phone calls, schedule appointments, maintain calendars and confidential files. They will provide primary office support and organization; resolve problems, compile and produce reports; track and manage expense reports, and respond to inquiries regarding relevant department and college rules, regulations, and policies/procedures. The Customer Service Specialist is integral to offering exceptional services that assist students in defining and accomplishing their personal, academic, career and health and wellness goals with a focus on student success.
|Employer||Home Instead Senior Care|
|Job Description||CAREGivers needed! Immediate shifts available! Are you an HCA or an NAC, maybe working towards that as a goal? Did you work as a caregiver in 2011? Home Instead Senior Care has immediate openings for the right people. Do you currently work at an Assisted Living or in a Skilled Nursing Center? Are you a student? We will work around your current schedule! Make some extra money and help seniors stay independent and living in their own home.
Positions available in Whatcom and Skagit counties.
|Employer||Icicle Seafoods, Inc.|
|Job Description||Looking to hire qualified Seafood Processors to work in Western Alaska during the 2017 winter season!
On-the spot interviews!
YOU MUST APPLY ONLINE BEFORE ATTENDING THE EVENT!
|Position||Cooks & Dishwashers|
|Employer||Boston’s Restaurant and Sports Bar|
|Job Description||Got Team Spirit? We want you!
At Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar, we have a passion for what we do and strive to deliver an outstanding guest experience every time. Our success in achieving this goal depends on strong partnerships with our people. Our company truly exhibits a team atmosphere where no position is more important or significant than another.
If you are interested in either position, please come in to meet us and fill out an application. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar Bellingham
|Position||Production Associate – Bellingham|
|Job Description||Working for Seattle Goodwill is more than just working for a non-profit. Beyond being part of an organization that offers free job training and education to the community, you’ll find working for us has its benefits for you too! We offer a comprehensive health plan (medical, dental and prescriptions), dental and life insurance, available supplemental life, accident, illness and disability coverage, flexible spending program, 403(b) Retirement Savings program, paid vacation and sick time, tuition reimbursement, employee discounts, and an Employee Assistance Program for you and everyone in your household!
|Position||Individualized Support Assistant|
||We are recruiting for a (PT) Individualized Support Assistant for our Head Start & ECEAP preschool programs. The Opportunity Council’s preschool programs support the school readiness for children & their families by providing high quality preschool experiences along with health, nutrition, and social services.|
|Position||Teacher – Bilingual (Eng/Span)|
||We are recruiting for a (FT) Teacher, bilingual (Eng/Span) skills required, for our Head Start & ECEAP preschool programs. The Opportunity Council’s preschool programs support the school readiness for children & their families by providing high quality preschool experiences along with health, nutrition, and social services.|
|Position||Behavioral Support Specialist – Tacoma|
|Employer||Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington|
||The Family Behavioral Health System provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based therapeutic services and supports to families and children with complex therapeutic needs. Family Behavioral Services are delivered primarily in the client’s home or community and are designed to reinforce the strengths of the family to prevent the out-of-home placement of a child or prepare for the return home of a child from out-of-home care. Services focus on empowering the family to effectively use their strengths and abilities to address their needs and challenges with the primary goals of supporting them to become self-sufficient and to strengthen their relationships with community and natural supports that can sustain their long term success.
Peer Youth Partners are individuals with a recent personal history of receiving mental health, child welfare or juvenile justice services who use that personal experience in building support to youth currently receiving services. The primary focus of the Peer Youth Partner is to build a strong partnership with youth based on mutual respect, shared experience and relatable history. Secondary functions include working collaboratively with other staff including Parent Partners who are providing support, service and intervention to other family members and assuring that other system partners understand the youth’s perspective. This position is not a role model position but a position that builds a positive connection that allows the young person to have support, skill and resources necessary to influence the direction of their own life. Successful applicants must have first person experience receiving system services and be prepared to disclose about their personal experiences with youth and others.
|Position||Fiscal Technician 3 / Cashier|
|Employer||Shoreline Community College|
||The Fiscal Technician 3 performs fiscally related tasks using a computerized and/or manual system that involves receiving, distributing, transferring, and accounting for funds. This position also serves customers during regular shifts at the front desk of the cashiering office, depending on daily and seasonal demand.
Typical duties include the following:
* Compute and balance financial transactions; receive cash, checks, and credit card payments; make change and issue computerized or manual receipts; maintain records of funds received, distributed and transferred; maintain and enforce security procedures to ensure safety of funds
* Assist students, parents, staff, and faculty in person, over the phone and by email. Research, interpret, decide, and answer a wide variety of questions and concerns involving complex programs
* Interpret policies and procedures involving student payment of tuition and fees
* Administer accounts receivable for third-party funders, including preparing and maintaining manual and computer generated billings; establish awards in computerized accounting system, schedule, print, reconcile, distribute, monitor, collect, and perform preparation of management reports related to accounts receivable
* Balance cash entries, organize documents, prepare refunds, prepare and process NSF checks
* Reconcile, monitor, and process corrections and adjustments to the accounts receivable subsidiary ledger; process accruals at year-end; balance interagency charges with other state agencies and act as the College’s primary contact for this purpose
* Process and reconcile collection accounts; place accounts for collection, compute financial transactions, perform data entry and reconciliation
* Prepare and process bad debt write-offs
* Perform other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: