Public Services Assistant – Youth Focus Closes – 2/26/2016

Position Public Services Assistant – Youth Focus
Employer Whatcom County Library System
Job Description
Job description / duties
The Whatcom County Library System is accepting applications for a Public Services Assistant (PSA) – Youth Focus position at the South Whatcom Library. The PSA assists patrons at library branches by providing a high level of customer service in a complete range of patron services and promotes a welcoming, informative, and educational environment for children and teens at the library.

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Teller/Office Assistant (Does not specify closing date)

Position Teller/Office Assistant
Employer Mobile Exchange, Inc.
Job Description
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Job duties consist of waiting on customers, who are exchanging primarily Canadian dollars to US dollars, as well as all basic office work of filing, preparing spreadsheets, and check printing entries.  We use Word, Excel, and QuickBooks for our needs.

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Sales Representatives Closes – 6/30/2016

Position Sales Representative
Employer ACA Talent
Job Description
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ADT is a full-service security company, reducing and deterring crime for both large and small business types and residential services with basic and interactive monitoring. ADT provides unparalleled remote security monitoring by aligning technology, information and people more effectively and more efficiently than traditional security solutions. Our remote presence creates a safer environment for our clients with cost-effective flexibility, scalability and responsiveness to real-world needs by applying a set of custom designed protocols for each client. We are looking for talented technical sales professionals that are knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and hard-working. We prefer candidates with a hands-on sales background; however we will train all candidates if you possess the ability and drive to succeed in this role. Does this sound like you? We’re all about you! Duties and Responsibilities: Prospecting clients Sell products within assigned territory Maintaining assigned sales quota

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Early Achievers Technical Assistance Specialist/Coach (Skagit & Everett/Snohomish) Closes2/26/2016

Position Early Achievers Technical Assistance Specialist/Coach (Skagit & Everett/Snohomish)
Employer Opportunity Council
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Early Achievers (EA) Technical Assistance Specialist/Coach-Child Care Aware of NW Washington – (2) F/T positions based in Skagit & (2) F/T positions based in Everett/Snohomish offices. Bilingual (English/Spanish) skills preferred. EA is Washington’s Quality Rating and Improvement System intended to raise the quality of education & care provided to children in licensed child care. Provides essential services & site technical assistance, focuses on enrollment, program self assessment, access to required trainings & implementation of content, understanding quality standards, and preparation for successful site evaluation/rating. CCA of NW WA serves Island, San Juan, Snohomish, Skagit and Whatcom Counties. This position’s compensation may be entitled to a geographic enhancement to the standard scale.

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Customer Service Representative Closes 5/31/2016

Position Customer Service Representative
Employer Andrew Jewell Farmers Insurance
Job Description
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There is a Customer Service Representative position open in our client focused insurance office. You will be the front line of customer service to provide the first positive impression of our agency because of your courteous and professional attitude. In this fast-paced environment you will also use your computer savvy in daily tasks You must be willing to study for and pass the Washington State Insurance licensing exams. We are looking for a team player who wants a career.

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Natural Resource Technician I Closes 2/18/2016

Position Natural Resource Technician I
Employer Samish Indian Nation
Job Description
Job description / duties
The Natural Resource Technician provides general field support for the Samish Indian Nation Natural Resource Program. The Natural Resource Technician will report to the Natural Resource Director and will work closely with project partners on Natural Resources issues as directed. The Department is tasked with preserving, enhancing, and restoring natural resources relevant to the Samish Tribe. Principle Duties: 1. Takes direction and provides follow-through with projects until completion with little or no supervision 2. Implements field data collection programs as directed by the Natural Resources Director 3. Performs special studies in support of natural resource protection program efforts 4. Conducts field data collection with primary work in outdoor environments 5. Calibrates and audits field equipment 6. Maintains and repairs field supplies and equipment; inventories to ensure ample supplies and that all equipment is in good working order 7. Organizes and cleans equipment as directed by the field supervisor in a timely manner upon return from the field to ensure that it is ready for next project 8. Works independently and accurately in an area of frequent interruptions and as part of a multi-tasked environment 9. Writes reports proficiently as directed 10. Performs other duties as assigned The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by a person in this position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties that may be performed in such a position.

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Girls Explorers Club Assistant Program Coordinator/Mentor Closes 2/22/2016

Position Girls Explorers Club Assistant Program Coordinator/Mentor
Employer Wild Whatcom
Job Description
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Wild Whatcom seeks a motivated and highly-skilled female educator to co-lead single and multi-day field outings, earth skills days, and service projects for the Girls Explorer Club. New mentors are expected to commit to at least a year to the Girls Explorers Club program. The Girls Explorers Club cultivates naturalist knowledge, sense of adventure, earth living skills, and a community stewardship ethic for girls ages 7-16. With the natural world as a starting point, you will help develop and lead innovative experiential learning opportunities that inspire participants to explore, connect, and serve, while building healthy relationships with nature, community and self. This position will work with the Program Coordinator and other field staff to organize and guide outings, primarily on weekend days. We estimate 60% of time will be outing leadership, 20% logistics management, and 20% seasonal planning.

Field Mentor Responsibilities • Awaken a sense of wonder teaching natural history and outdoor skills while exploring local areas • Facilitate collaborative leadership and decision-making to augment developing life skills • Practice effective risk management at all times, creating a safe learning experience for all participants • Serve as a mentor and role model to participants appropriate to their needs as individuals and as a group • Work closely with other members of the field staff team to plan, prepare, and lead outings • Model and help create comfort in nature by getting dirty, establishing a sense of place, and seeing the uniqueness of nature in wild and urban places • Assist with gear maintenance, storage, and coordination • Assist with program logistics Assist Program Coordinator Responsibilities • Design, coordinate, schedule, and execute seasonal single day and multi-day outdoor adventures and service projects • Identify and arrange service projects, communicating with service providers and community partners • Plan, schedule, and prepare website descriptions of seasonal programming; update website as needed • Assist in tracking participant registration • Support and contribute to documentation/record keeping • Prepare and help facilitate regular GEC program staff and training meetings • Assist with yearly budget preparation and quarterly financial analysis (seasonally) • Manage aspects of summer and winter programming • Maintain clear, responsive, honest, and respectful communications with staff and parents • Share concerns and successes and seek advice from Program Coordinator, Program Manager and Executive Director to ensure program quality • Develop rapport with families and establish effective ongoing communication

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Office Coordinator Closes 2/13/2016

Position Office Coordinator
Employer NAMI Whatcom
Job Description
Job description / duties
The Office Coordinator (OC) is responsible for administering, coordinating, and directing all activities of NAMI Whatcom in ways that support the organization’s goals and objectives in partnership with our valued volunteers and working board of directors. NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI Whatcom is an affiliate of NAMI Washington. NAMI Whatcom and its dedicated volunteers raise awareness of mental illness and work to provide essential education and support for those in our community who are affected by mental illness. The Mission of NAMI Whatcom is to provide support, education, and advocacy for all who may be affected by mental illness and to encourage the recovery of individuals living with mental illness. FOR FULL JOB DESCRIPTION, please go to NAMI Whatcom website: http://www.namiwhatcom.org/

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Neighborhood Nature Mentor Closes 2/15/2016

Position Neighborhood Nature Mentor
Employer Wild Whatcom
Job Description
Job description / duties
Neighborhood Nature offers elementary school children a chance to explore and discover the natural world around their school. The program encourages students to develop a connection to local natural and cultural history through exploration, games, play, art and nature activities. Program leaders focus on empowering students with knowledge, experience and fun. Neighborhood Nature is offered after school and on early release days. The program is 8 weeks long and runs in the fall and spring. Wild Whatcom seeks a motivated and flexible mentor. Anticipated start date is the week of April 11, 2016. Neighborhood Nature takes place Monday through Wednesday 3:00pm-5:00pm and Thursday 1:00pm-3:00pm. The spring season is 8 weeks long. Starting compensation is $13 per hour. There may be other opportunities to work with Wild Whatcom programs as well. Responsibilities • Awaken a sense of wonder teaching natural history and earth skills while exploring local areas. • Facilitate collaborative leadership principles and decision-making to augment developing life skills. • Practice effective risk management at all times. • Serve as a mentor and role-model to participants appropriate to their needs as individuals and as a group. • Model and create comfort in nature, getting dirty, sense of place, seeing the uniqueness of nature in wild and urban places. • Communicate with co-mentor, be on time, and be present with participants. • Commit to working with at least one school for the duration of the season.

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