Public Services Assistant – Substitute – Closes 6/13/17

Position Public Services Assistant – Substitute
Employer Whatcom County Library System
Job Description The Whatcom County Library System (WCLS) is accepting applications for three Public Services Assistant (PSA) – System-wide Substitute positions. The PSA assists patrons at library branches by providing a high level of customer service in a complete range of patron services.

Apply by Tuesday, June 13. Visit http://www.wcls.org/work-with-us/ for full posting and application instructions.

Qualification Requires Associates Degree and one year relevant experience or equivalent combination, excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to speak and understand English.

Compensation

$15.69/hour
Days/Hours Schedule will be based on accepting substitute shifts at the ten WCLS libraries
Contact Info Christina Read, 5205 Northwest Drive, Bellingham, WA  EMAIL:    adjunctpsa@wcls.org
How to Apply Details at: http://www.wcls.org/work-with-us/
Position Closes June 13, 2017

Community Support Coordinator (Portland) – Open Until Filled

Position Community Support Coordinator (Portland)
Employer Catholic Community Services/Catholic Housing Services 
Job Description Program Description:

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 Health 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.

Position Description:

Provide one-on-one support to high-risk children and youth in their homes and community, including provision of supervision for safety, assistance in assessing and participating in community activities, and mentoring and coaching positive social skills.  Their work will follow a plan of care for each child and family under the direction of a CCS Therapist.  They will work with a primary caseload of clients assigned by the CSS Supervisor.  They will act as primary skill builder assisting with the identification and implementation of appropriate activities to address lagging skills and will attend child and family meetings for clients on their caseload.

Essential Job Functions:

  1. Universal Job Skills
    1. Employee accomplishes this responsibility by completing the following tasks:
      • Communicate role responsibility and agency philosophy in order to assure mutual respect, confidence and trust with the child and family and other stakeholders.
      • Provide non-judgmental, unconditional support to the child and family.
      • Assess for immediate safety and stabilization needs.
      • Customize helping approaches to fit the family’s uniqueness, personality, culture, and interest.
      • Report relevant information to the right people at the right time.
      • Maintain a focus on strengths, needs and creative solutions.
      • Utilize the family’s expertise in problem solving and solution seeking.
      • Work interdependently with others toward common goals.
      • Respond to family’s and children’s needs in a timely fashion.
      • Complete required documentation within established timeframes.
      • Instill hope for future by communicating and behaving with confidence and reassurance. 
  1. Welcome, Engagement and Assessment
    1. Employee accomplishes this responsibility by completing the following tasks:
      • Meet and engage the family and youth communicating compassion, support, respect and enthusiasm for them and your role as helper.
      • Receive assignment and solicit feedback from referring coworker about planned activities – 15 minutes per shift
      • Introduce themselves and the activity plans for the day to the family.
      • Communicate and coordinate with other involved staff.
      • Analyze and assess environment and personal situation in work with families as it relates to safety, basic needs, and unmet needs and other areas.
  1. Individual Service Support and Planning
    1. Employee accomplishes this responsibility by completing the following tasks:
      • Participate in individual service and support plan development upon request.
      • Consult with Therapist and Supervisor when needed.
      • Attend/participate in monthly training, staffing and supervision. 3 hours monthly 
  1. Implementing Services
    1. Employee accomplishes this responsibility by completing the following tasks:
      • Work under the direction of QMHP to identify appropriate activities for the youth based on the ISSP.
      • Discuss and communicate your role and activity for the day with the family.
      • Adapt and modify activity to fit the immediate situation and/or family feedback.
      • Provide structure and support within the agreed upon activity across the following areas:
      • Model and teach appropriate behavior and skills.
      • Provide direct supervision and redirection of children.
      • Connect and introduce youth/family to community resources in their own community.
      • Identify and access positive relationships for child and family.
      • Build youth capacity.
      • Other options as directed
      • Implement agreed upon activity within the timeframes specified by the referring co-worker.
      • Go to assigned location for the service delivery at the assigned time.
      • De-escalate and manage situations until other responders can arrive.
      • Seek assistance and report incidents to the right people at the right time
  1. Transitioning Services to Natural and Other Community Supports
    1. Employee accomplishes this responsibility by completing the following tasks:
      • Focus on successes experienced during activity or time with family just completed.
      • Communicate and summarize to the family and therapist about completed activities and observations.
  2. Physical & Mental Acuity Demands

To comply with the Americans with Disability Act of 1990 (ADA), which prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals on the basis of disability, it is necessary to specify the physical, mental, and environmental conditions of the Essential Duties of the job.  “F” for Frequent; “O’ for occasional; “N” for not at all.

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

  1. Able to hear telephone rings, phone conversation, emergency alarms and client conversations. (F)
  2. Ability to see to assess for safety in homes and in the community. (F)
  3. Able to speak clearly in person and on the telephone. (F)
  4. Able to hand write legibly or type documents. (F)
  5. Able to read normal size print and handwritten information. (F)
  6. Able to drive for sustained periods of time. (F)
  7. Mobility of hands/arms to enable use of computer and other office equipment. (O)
  8. Able to make independent decisions and apply sound judgment in performing job duties. (F)
  9. Able to provide support in client household conditions, which may be uncleanly, chaotic/disorganized, or involve allergens. (F)
  10. Able to provide supervision for youth who may be attempting to evade supervision. (O)

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Operations Assistant I – Tacoma – Open Until Filled

Position Operations Assistant I – Tacoma
Employer Catholic Community Services/Catholic Housing Services 
Job Description 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 Health 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.

Position Description:

This position supports the administrative and operational functions of the office, which may include general office support, data entry and other administrative support.

General Office Support

  • Answer incoming phone calls, handle routine inquiries, and direct appropriate inquiries to appropriate staff person.
  • Greet visitors and clients and assist with inquires.
  • Coordinate and distribute incoming and outgoing mail.
  • Maintain adequate office supplies (including paper supplies, coffee/snacks) for the smooth running of the office.
  • Maintain phone lists for office staff.
  • Arrange staff travel, including airfare, hotel and car rental.
  • Interface with maintenance, copier repair, and cleaning crews.
  • Interface with wireless provider to order staff cell phones and resolve issues.
  • Assists in the hiring process by sending out correspondence for employment (postcards, acceptance letters, etc.), scheduling interviews and arranging interview packets.
  • Assists with the checking of references for candidates.
  • Assists in tracking mandatory HR requirements such as new hire paperwork, training certifications, performance evaluations, etc.
  • Creates training reminders and assists in setting up for trainings.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Data Entry:

  • Responsible for the quick and accurate entry of clinical and administrative data into the management information system(s), to include: client registration and demographics, diagnosis, authorizations, clinical services, referral and exit information, outcome data, expenses/concrete costs, purchase orders, credit card vouchers, gift card usage, petty cash, etc.
  • Assess the accuracy of clinical and administrative data prior to entry and facilitate corrections with supervisors and staff.
  • Responsible for initial and monthly Medicaid status checks for all mental health funded consumers in order to verify funding compliance and third party coverage and input all changes into the management information system (MIS). Check error reports in data systems weekly and work with the Family Preservation MIS staff to resolve all errors prior to the end of the month.
  • Enter completed consumer satisfaction surveys into the MIS.
  • Verify all consumers’ funding and authorization limits monthly through state’s MMIS website and MHO or private insurance website.
  • Maintains up-to-date tracking list of open and closed clients.

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Customer Service Specialist 2 – Closes 6/11/17

Position Customer Service Specialist 2
Employer Shoreline Community College
Job Description JOB SUMMARY:
Shoreline Community College is a comprehensive community college dedicated to inclusive excellence in teaching and learning, student success, and community engagement. 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. Shoreline is a place of open inquiry and learning, with leadership that models ideals set out in our Community Standard*. We are committed to upholding a culture of free expression, as well as maintaining a supportive and respectful learning and working environment for all. Enrollment & Financial Aid Services at Shoreline Community College is committed to serving the educational, workforce and cultural needs of our diverse students and communities. The Enrollment & Financial Aid Office provides timely, accurate and friendly service to all students, visitors and members of the campus community. We work to ensure that all students have the opportunity to achieve their educational goals regardless of financial circumstances. Our mission is to serve others with an empathetic, responsive and caring attitude. Under general supervision, this position provides front line customer service to new and continuing students and the campus community by phone, in person and through electronic formats. Located in the Enrollment and Financial Aid Services area, this position provides information and support through the dissemination of information related to financial aid and enrollment services timelines, admissions/registration processes and procedures, and out-going official College transcripts. This position serves students in a busy open office setting.Additional responsibilities include:
* Communicate processes, procedures, and regulations for financial aid processes and programs; work within previously established guidelines in applying and interpreting use of laws, regulations, and processes
* Provide resolution to student inquiries and problems in the Enrollment & Financial Aid program areas
* Provide information to students, review financial aid documents submitted for completeness in-person, by mail and by FAX; perform data maintenance/updates in financial aid (FAM) systems for processing financial aid files, identifying outstanding items, and updating system information as part of the customer service function; provide necessary paperwork to students with explanation and directions
* Perform verification of financial aid application and funding status, processes documents received, explains “next steps” required and gives assistance
* Provide general office support and completes other duties as assigned
Qualification Required Education & Experience:
* Bachelor’s degree; OR equivalent experience providing assistance to customers regarding inquiries, complaints or problems; OR Associate’s degree AND two (2) years of experience providing assistance to customers regarding inquiries, complaints or problemsKnowledge of:
* Microsoft Office applications including Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint
* Information database systems such as Student/Financial Management Systems or equivalent

Skill in:
* Fostering a climate of equity and belonging through multicultural awareness and competence
* Handling stressful or adverse situations and working well under pressure
* Providing effective customer service through oral/written communication of policies and procedures; working with students, staff, faculty and the public in a friendly, courteous, and helpful manner
* Working effectively as a member of a team and also work independently
* Switching frequently between tasks, maintaining attention to detail, and meeting strict deadlines
* Performing accurate data maintenance/updates using electronic database systems

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Physical Work Environment
* Ability to meet the physical demands of sitting for prolonged periods of time at a desk/computer workstation, using repetitive arm, hand and finger movements
* Ability to work in an open office setting with frequent in-person interaction and numerous interruptions, work under pressure, handle multiple tasks and prioritize competing demands
is essential
* Ability to read printed materials as well as a computer screen
* Ability to communicate both in person and through other appropriate means

Other Conditions:
* In compliance with the Immigration and Nationality Act, proof of authorization to work in the United States will be required at the time of hire
* A collective bargaining agreement exists and membership in the Washington State Federation of Employees (WFSE) or payment of service fee is required
* Other conditions that may apply will be detailed upon offer of employment
* This position may require evening and/or weekend work
* This position is overtime eligible

Compensation

$2,485.00 – $3,212.00 Monthly

$29,820.00 – $38,544.00 Annually

Days/Hours Full-time
Contact Info Human Resources, 16101 Greenwood Avenue North
Shoreline, WA 98133  EMAIL: scchr@shoreline.edu  
How to Apply REQUIRED MATERIALS:
To Be Considered for This Position, Please Submit the Following:
* NEOGOV online application/profile
* Resume
* Letter of interest addressing how you meet each of the required qualifications

Please note: once an application is submitted, you may not modify the application materials.

Position Closes June 11, 2017

Material Handler – Bellingham – Closes 6/21/17

Position Material Handler – Bellingham
Employer Seattle Goodwill
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!

Job Summary
Unload donations from containers and move goods to appropriate production areas.

Essential Functions:
Remove salvage material and garbage from salable goods.
Sort donations into appropriate bins for further processing.
Provide a smooth flow of goods to the production floor.
Use cardboard packers and identify problems.
Maintain donor tallies.
Maintain a clean work environment.
Demonstrate safe work practices through awareness and observation in support of a safety culture; reports any potential hazards or accidents.
Build and maintain internal and external customer satisfaction.
Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
If applicable: Consistent and safe execution of duties associated with forklift operation when certified to Seattle Goodwill standards.*

Qualification To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The essential functions listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Minimum Job Requirements:
Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent
Experience: None
Specific Skills/Knowledge/Licenses: * Forklift certification optional, must meet eligibility requirements.

Essential Physical Abilities:
Lifting and carrying 30 – 40 pounds; developed fine motor control (grasp, handle, manipulate objects with fingers;
Frequent bending, kneeling, reaching, stooping, squatting, pushing; climbing ladders; standing for long periods of time; able to travel across a variety of surfaces (stairs, ramps, uneven terrain).

Essential Mental/Sensory Abilities:
Organizing, sorting, categorizing, counting, adding, subtracting,
Interpreting data
Problem Solving
Communicating with the public
Creating written communication
Completing written orders

Working Conditions:
Outdoors and Warehouse environment, temperature varies, exposure to dust.

Compensation

DOE
Days/Hours Part-time
Contact Info Silvio Menezes, Bellingham  EMAIL:   silvio.menezes@seattlegoodwill.org
How to Apply For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

https://www.applicantpro.com/j/578756-122191

Position Closes June 21, 2017

Intake Coordinator (Tacoma) – Open Until Filled

Position Intake Coordinator (Tacoma)
Employer Catholic Community Services/Catholic Housing Services 
Job Description Program Description:

Volunteer Services (VS) began in 1981 in response to cuts in services for elders by the state legislature. The program currently works with thousands of elders and adults with disabilities statewide.  VS is committed to helping elders and adults with disabilities remain independent in their own homes through a network of caring community members. The services are provided at no charge and serve as a safety net for those individuals who cannot afford to pay for assistance and do not qualify for other assistance. Volunteers generally provide 2-8 hours per month assisting their neighbors depending on their schedules and availability.

Position Description:

Under the general direction of the Volunteer Service (VS) Program Manager, the VS Intake Coordinator is responsible for client referrals, contact for the Volunteer Services program.

Essential Functions:

  • Answer all intake and transportation calls in a call center for 13 counties and act as the initial point of contact for the program.
  • Contact clients referred by DSHS or other agencies, and refer to appropriate agencies.
  • Assign clients to Volunteer Coordinator or to volunteer.
  • Send out “welcome” packets to all new clients and answer routine questions concerning Volunteer Services.
  • Send new client intake information to the appropriate VS Coordinator based on county.
  • Data entry and prepare monthly reports and billings.
  • Coordinate transportation services for 13 counties, including Medicaid trips.
  • Assign all transportation requests with volunteers for the 13 counties
  • Maintain adequate supply of forms and office supplies such as Transport Letters, HIPPA, Privacy Practice, VS timesheets, Welcome packets, etc…
  • All employees are responsible for developing and safekeeping a workplace that values and supports a culturally diverse work environment.
  • Other duties as may be reasonable assigned.

Job Requirements:

  • Answer all intake and transportation calls in a call center for 13 counties and act as the initial point of contact for the program.
  • Contact clients referred by DSHS or other agencies, and refer to appropriate agencies.
  • Assign clients to Volunteer Coordinator or to volunteer.
  • Send out “welcome” packets to all new clients and answer routine questions concerning Volunteer Services.
  • Send new client intake information to the appropriate VS Coordinator based on county.
  • Data entry and prepare monthly reports and billings.
  • Coordinate transportation services for 13 counties, including Medicaid trips.
  • Assign all transportation requests with volunteers for the 13 counties
  • Maintain adequate supply of forms and office supplies such as Transport Letters
  • HIPPA, Privacy Practice, VS timesheets, Welcome packets, etc…
  • All employees are responsible for developing and safekeeping a workplace that values and supports a culturally diverse work environment.
  • Other duties as may be reasonable assigned.
Qualification MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Excellent organizational and filing skills.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and/or as part of a team.
  • Thorough understanding of available resources for clients.
  • Ability to work with people of diversity.
  • Computer literate in use of Outlook, Word, Excel, database software, and Internet
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced office with multiple interruptions
  • Ability to use a multi-line phone system.
  • Applicant must successfully pass required background checks prior to an offer of employment.
  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services and a knowledge of and commitment to working within the Social Teaching of the Catholic Church.
  • Support and contribute to a creative, collaborative and respectful environment that promotes teamwork.
  • Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Experience working with seniors and persons with disabilities
  • Experience working with volunteers
  • AA degree
Compensation $15.30 Hr/DOE
Days/Hours Full-Time with benefits
Contact Info  http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=hr_careers
How to Apply Please go to https://careers-ccsww.icims.com/ to submit your resume, cover letter and application for this position.
Position Closes Open until filled

Phlebotomist – Closes 6/30/17

Position Phlebotomist
Employer Family Care Network
Job Description Title: Medical Assistant – Phlebotomy

Essential Functions: The MA-P, Phlebotomy position provides clinical support for Family Care Network’s Medical Testing Center.

We are looking for a qualified, motivated individual with a phlebotomy experience who can:

Communicate effectively
Provide excellent customer service
Effectively manage patient flow
Utilize clinical knowledge and critical thinking skills to deliver safe, effective and therapeutic patient care
Respond to patient phone messages and answer questions within appropriate scope of practice and/or as directed.
Accurately enter and review patient data in the EMR
Prioritize and multitask on multiple projects with frequent interruptions

Qualification Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Demonstrated knowledge of clinical and medical office practices
Ability to establish lasting and effective employee relationships in a team environment
Proficiency using standard computer and office equipment
Good spelling, grammar, typing, data entry, and phone skills
Ability to maintain patient privacy and confidentiality
Ability to adapt to process and procedure changes
Ability to thrive and grow in a learning environment
Previous medical office and phlebotomy experience required
Phone triage experience a plus
Required Education: Completion of accredited MA-P, Medical Assistant (MA-C) or LPN program

Required Licensure: Current Washington State Certification as a Medical Assistant (MA-P/ MA-C/OR LPN) license

Physical Requirements: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to stand, walk, sit, use hand to finger coordination, handle or feel objects, tools or controls, reach with hands and arms, climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, and listen attentively. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds.

Immunization Requirements: All FCN employees must adhere to the company immunization policy. Immunizations required: Influenza, HepB, Tdap, MMR, varicella or a verified history of chicken pox disease, PPD and any additional immunizations determined necessary for the protection of staff and patients. Family Care Network will cover the cost of required immunizations for Family Care Network employees; immunizations will be administered by FCN staff.

Compensation

DOE
Days/Hours Position: Part time, non-exempt (hourly) must be available Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Contact Info Human Resources, 709 W. Orchard Drive #4, Bellingham, WA  EMAIL:  fcnjobs@hinet.org
How to Apply Please apply via our website:
https://www.familycarenetwork.com/careers/current-openings#op-182520-medical-assistant-certified-2017320424
Position Closes June 30, 2017

IT Specialist 4 (Application Administrator) Olympia location – Closes 6/6/17

Position IT Specialist 4 (Application Administrator) – Olympia location
Employer Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
Job Description  Position Overview

The Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) is seeking an application administrator to join the Information Technology Division team.

This position administers, plans, configures, and maintains the Enterprise Service Desk application to support the unique business requirements across multiple internal agency divisions, Legacy software, and ctcLink (PeopleSoft) service operations.

The administrator will ensure consistent, reliable uptime while also seeking efficiencies and ways to increase system and environment performance. This position will leverage scripting and other wide-reaching tools to automate and orchestrate system provisioning, administration and routine maintenance.

Principal Activities

 

IT Specialist 4 (Application Administrator) | SBCTC

  • Maintenance and support of SBCTC’s enterprise applications.
  • Manages service desk ticket flow.
  • Provides application performance tuning.
  • Develops and maintains technical documentation and end user guides for enterprise applications.
  • Systems administration of Microsoft Windows servers, services and applications.
  • Tier II support and escalation for the helpdesk team.

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College Access Corps Coordinator – Closes 5/30/17

Position College Access Corps Coordinator
Employer Washington/Oregon Campus Compact AmeriCorps Program
Job Description JOB DESCRIPTION: North Cascades Institute seeks a College Access Corps Coordinator to support environmental education programs that build community, create economic opportunity and strengthen
college access opportunities for participants of our Youth Leadership Adventures and Community youth programs. The College Access Corp member will help empower underrepresented youth to develop
college access skills while learning to be environmental stewards of the North Cascades. Duties will include further developing and implementing our Youth Leadership Ambassadors program, training staff, graduate students and interns to act as college access coaches to economically disadvantaged high school-aged youth participating in Institute programs, supporting implementation of the Northwest Youth Leadership Summit, recruiting for Youth Leadership Adventures, and strengthening college access opportunities for Youth Leadership program alumni. The position is based out of our administrative office in Sedro-Woolley, WA. Learn more about our youth programs on our website: ncascades.org/youth

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND RELATED TASKS:
• Further implement the Youth Leadership Ambassador program in its’ second year for local Institute alumni and youth that focuses on college readiness, leadership development, public speaking, career
development, stewardship and outdoor adventures
• Assist in cultivating school and community partnerships for Youth Leadership Ambassadors, Youth Leadership Adventures, and Kulshan Creek Neighborhood Youth program
• Train Institute staff, graduate students, and interns to become college access coaches for youth participating in our programs
• Help plan and implement the Northwest Youth Leadership Summit including recruiting colleges to attend as Opportunity Fair partners
• Teach a breakout session at the Northwest Youth Leadership Summit on college access
• Assist with recruiting students for Youth Leadership Adventures at target schools, focusing on college readiness program benefits
• Strengthen our Pathways for Youth Initiative, which seeks to provide connected next-step opportunities for program participants that lead to further development in college readiness,
leadership skills, local community stewardship, career opportunities, and continued growth and learning about the natural world and how to care for it
• Recruit volunteers for public stewardship events coordinated by North Cascade Institute and our partners
• Instruct Institute programming, as needed, including but not limited to Mountain School, Kulshan Creek and stewardship programs
• Build a programmatic infrastructure around college access programming best practices
• Administer program assessment and write final reports
• Promote program impacts to internal and external stakeholders
• Participate in College Access Corps trainings, including orientation, mid-year training, graduation, regional cohort meetings and others as available
• Engage in personal reflection
• Other duties, as assigned

Qualifications PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• AA or BA/BS degree
• Creative, energetic, flexible, motivated, and professional
• Ability to speak publicly in front of 50 or more people
• Ability to lift and carry up to 25lbs and hike over uneven terrain in inclement weather
• Comfortable working in both office and remote environments that require traveling long distances
• Prior educational or work experience in education, the environment, college access, social justice, and youth leadership
• Experience working with nonprofits and developing partnerships

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Ability to work independently and cooperatively as a team player
• Strong organization, creative problem-solving, and written and oral communication skills
• Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds
• Strong initiative; self-starter; enthusiasm for helping others succeed
• Program management (marketing, event planning, training, volunteer management) experience
• Basic office computer skills, including word processing
• Willing to work outdoors, long hours, and evenings, including occasional overnight trips
• Must be age 18 or older
• Must possess a current driver’s license
• Must be a US Citizen, National or Lawful Permanent Resident
• Must be able to pass a criminal history disclosure and background check

Compensation

BENEFITS:
• Living stipend of $12,630 (distributed over 10.5 months)
• Loan Forbearance and Interest Accrual Reimbursement on qualifying college loans
• Basic Health Care Plan
• Education Award of $5,815 upon successful completion of the program
• Childcare assistance for qualifying members
• Members will be given a mid-year and end of year member evaluation from their program supervisor
Days/Hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., M – F with some evening and weekend hours from August 16, 2017 through June 30, 2018 (At least 1,700 hours over the 10.5 month term of service)
Contact Info Amy Brown, Program Manager   EMAIL: amy_brown@ncascades.org
How to Apply Please apply online on our website: http://ncascades.atsondemand.com/
Please be sure to complete all of the following:
1) the application, and
2) download a cover letter,
3) resume, and
4) names of three references with current contact information.
Position Close Application review will begin on May 30, 2017. Applications will be
accepted on rolling basis until filled.