Case Manager I – Open until Filled

Position Case Manager I
Employer Catholic Community Services/Catholic Housing Services 
Job Description Family Housing Network provides a place to live for families experiencing or at risk of homelessness, while helping to build skills that maximize family stability and self-sufficiency. Through FHN the Veteran Homeless Prevention program provides supportive services to Veteran households at imminent risk of homelessness, or who have become homeless within the past 90 days. Homeless Adult Services provides 24/7 services to homeless individuals in Pierce County which includes meals, shelter, community socialization and support services.

Position Description:

The Housing Navigator/Coordinated Entry Case Manager is a member of the service team for the Homeless Services division of Catholic Community Services. The primary purpose of the Housing Navigator is to recruit a pool of landlords to provide rental units to homeless individuals and families who are currently receiving services from FHN’s Rapid Rehousing and Coordinated Entry interventions.  This position serves as an advocate for both landlord and resident to maintain safe and affordable housing. As a Coordinated Entry Case Manager, this position provides screening and intake of people seeking homeless services, utilizing assessment and prioritization tools as well as homeless diversion strategies.  Diversion is a brief emergency intervention that provides a combination of direct services which includes engagement of client resources, landlord/host mediation, and connections to mainstream services and resources, and housing placement and/or financial assistance to families as needed. The intended result of Diversion is to identify an alternate safe housing arrangement that removes the immediate need for additional homeless services such as emergency shelter, rapid re-rehousing or transitional housing.

The Housing Navigator/Coordinated Entry Case Manager will work directly with community landlords/property managers, as well as with individuals and families experiencing homelessness. The successful candidate for this position is energetic and non-judgmental and can actively listen, empathize and facilitate problem-solving with clients and landlords toward a stable housing plan, while also helping them navigate community resources. The Housing Navigator/Coordinated Entry Case Manager must also be responsive to emergent housing crises.

Duties include coordinating intakes at multiple community locations with partner agency Associated Ministries, assessing housing needs and providing prompt assistance as needed for housing stability options, and assisting clients to secure housing. The case manager also enters client data into the Homeless Management Information System.  In collaboration with the service team, the Case Manager is responsible for developing and tracking client-defined, goal-oriented Housing Stability Plans, assessing the needs of referred households, utilizing community resources to meet identified individual needs with the goal of stabilizing permanent housing in 30 – 60 days. This position works closely with the Case Management Supervisor and provides support as requested with the overall objective to provide outstanding services to families served by Catholic Community Services.

Housing Navigator Duties:

  • Recruit pool of landlords to provide rental units to homeless individuals and families who are currently receiving services from Family Housing Network.
  • Establish recruitment/housing placement goals with Housing Programs Supervisor.
  • Maintain up-to-date list of available units with applicable information.
  • Match prospective participant with appropriate rental housing within pool.
  • Coordinate with landlord and participant to secure housing.
  • Maintain communication with landlords to assess needs and prevent conflict.
  • Participate in planning and execution of landlord reinforcement/appreciation activities.
  • Help coordinate HQS inspections and pre-inspections as needed.
  • Maintain routine communication with housing case managers and supervisors to determine needs and issues regarding housing placement and stability of program participants, or relevant landlord issues.
  • Participate in development of other resources related to housing stability, such as employment, education, tenant skills, etc.
  • May transport clients to scheduled appointments as needed.
  • Follow up calls with RRH, and THA clients.

Coordinated Entry Case Manager Duties:

Coordinate schedule with partner agency:

  • Coordinate intakes as need arises, with Associated Ministries from multiple community locations.
  • Respond promptly to emergency referrals.

Assess housing needs using Motivational Interviewing and a progressive Engagement approach.

  • Listen to client’s story and summarize back to them.
  • Identify immediate housing barriers as well as strengths and potential assets and help households brainstorm creative options for alternate housing arrangements using Motivational Interviewing Techniques.
  • Work collaboratively with households to determine steps needed to secure housing.
  • Identify a safe double-up situation as needed.
  • Provide mediation with family member or friend as needed.

Develop and Initiate Housing Stability Plan.

  • Document action plan for short-term intervention to resolve housing crisis, use of community and natural resources, and family strengths to create a path to permanent housing stability.
  • Identify and prioritize top housing needs.
  • Provide one-time assistance for move-in costs if permanent housing option is available.
  • Determine financial assistance to be provided as needed based on household’s stated need and program parameters.

Assist with locating and securing housing when applicable.

  • Assist client in finding housing within appropriate parameters (size, location, client affordability, Fair Market Rent).
  • Negotiate with landlord/property manager as needed.
  • Schedule HQS inspection with Pierce County and confirme complete prior to payment or move in.
  • Write purchase orders in a timely manner for rent, deposit, other financial assistance as needed.
  • Acquire other documentation (copy of lease, 990)

Provide assessment and data entry.

  • Develop proficiency in maintaining accurate client records in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) upon intake, and editing information as needed.
  • Develop proficiency in use of assessment/prioritization tool, and complete it with accuracy and objectivity.
  • Enter all ongoing service transactions into HMIS.

Maintain records and reports.

  • Keep accurate and timely case management notes
  • Develop individualized Housing Stability Plan within 1 week of start date. Update as needed.
  • Keep organized and confidential records.

Attend meetings as necessary and represent CCS/AM Coordinated Entry System.

  • Participate in Coordinated Entry Learning Circles and/or community meetings as well as CCS case management meetings and provide case summaries and client status information.
  • Attend appropriate training workshops and opportunities to continually improve knowledge and skills.
  • Share appropriate information with other staff.
  • Other duties as assigned.

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PeopleSoft Functional Analyst – Finance – Open Until Filled


Position PeopleSoft Functional Analyst – Finance
Employer Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
Job Description  Position Overview

The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) seeks a PeopleSoft Finance Functional Analyst to join the Business Operations division, which is responsible for supporting PeopleSoft Finance and Human Capital Management enterprise applications users.

The PeopleSoft Finance Functional Analyst will administer and manage the SBCTC’s automated financial information systems comprised of PeopleSoft Financials/HCM applications and other interfacing systems, to optimize colleges accounting and procurement business processes. This position requires the ability to understand complex user issues, research answers, and provide working, hands-on knowledge and support to users unfamiliar with the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution as it applies to their specific business processes. The work environment is fast-paced and customer-focused.

The PeopleSoft Finance Functional Analyst will have strong planning and project management ability, as well as excellent written, verbal, presentation and interpersonal communication skills.


PeopleSoft Functional Analyst – Finance | SBCTC

Project Leadership and Support

  • Support end-users with functional application and business expertise; coach and mentor end-users on best practices and business processes.
  • Analyze and troubleshoot issues, implement solutions, write knowledge-base articles, document service desk requests to provide incident and problem resolution to support end-users.
  • Provide functional/user focus to augment the technical focus on system upgrades.
  • Implement new functionality or enhancements for legally mandated changes and new interfaces.
  • Act as project functional lead to guide others in testing and implementing new system functionality or enhancements.

System Administration and Maintenance

  • Serve as a liaison to ERP technical support and the broader Oracle/PeopleSoft community.
  • Create and maintain application support documentation including functional, technical and business requirements, configuration guides, business process workflows and training materials.
  • Assist with evaluation, testing and deployment of PeopleSoft Financials application releases and patches, including updating related documentation and training materials.

Business Process/Software Functionality Optimization

  • Interview staff on job procedures.
  • Review and document desk procedures, user manuals and business processes.
  • Provide recommendations for business process/system functionality enhancements.

Coordination and Communication

  • Participate on the PeopleSoft Financials User Group and/or the ctcLink project team to coordinate and prioritize system initiatives and user/functional involvement and to promote system/business process best practices within the SBCTC.
  • Participate and network within the Oracle/ PeopleSoft community and industry by attending and/or presenting at various PeopleSoft regional user group meetings and state and local government meetings.

End-User Training and Support

  • Support high quality end-user customer service and consistency between ERP implementation and SBCTC policies.
  • Fulfill end-user requests for application-related configuration items.
  • Work collaboratively with the Information Technology division training and ERP support staff to develop communications and training materials to support end-user readiness.
  • Deliver classroom and/or virtual instructor-led training to end-users.
  • Identify opportunities for business process improvement.
  • Work collaboratively with ERP support team from all pillars (Campus Solutions, Human Capital Management, and Finance) on cross-functional projects.

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Day Camp Counselor – Closes 5/31/17

Position Day Camp Counselor
Employer Outdoors for All Foundation
Job Description  

Safely facilitate outdoor recreation programs to people, ages 5- 21, with and without disabilities. Support Day Camp programming through creative and fun activity planning, recreation activity delivery and feedback.

1. Maintain safety of participants, volunteers and staff at all times during day camp activities.
2. Deliver adaptive and therapeutic recreation programs. Provide instruction in adaptive sports such as cycling, hiking, camping, rock climbing, and paddling.
3. Support high quality delivery of day camp activities through incorporation of therapeutic recreation techniques, responding to parent and participant requests, setting-up, taking down and storage of equipment, and care and safety of Outdoors for All vehicles.
4. Problem-solve unexpected changes in activity plans, camper and/or volunteer participation as a team.
5. Drive Outdoors for All vehicles, trailers and equipment for event and program needs. Load, unload and operate recreational equipment as needed for the program.
6. Ensure day camp supplies, equipment, and vehicles are stocked and ready for use as needed.
7. Store and care for equipment and vehicles to ensure they are safe and reliable for current and future programs.
8. Provide feedback to parents/ caregivers as needed in the form of daily progress reports, behavior reports, morning or afternoon check-ins, phone calls and/or e-mails.
9. Be a positive representative and promoter of Outdoors for All programs, events and activities in our community.
10. Maintain accurate paperwork, including attendance and pick-up/drop off signature sheets, program activity reports, gas and activity receipts, incident and behavior incident report forms, vehicle logs, etc.
11. Comply with Outdoors for All safety and health policies and procedures.
12. Be on-time and prepared for each day camp activity.
13. Participate fully as member of the Outdoors for All summer seasonal staff team.
14. Other duties as identified.

Dates of employment are June 12th, 2017 – September 1st, 2017

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Perfect Summer Job To Make MONEY – Make Money Working in AK this Summer – Closes 5/15/17

Position Perfect Summer Job To Make MONEY – Make Money Working in AK this Summer
Employer Red Salmon Cannery – A Division of North Pacific Seafoods
Job Description

Red Salmon Cannery is hiring seafood processors for the 2016 Salmon Season!
The salmon season begins in mid to late June, and can last until the end of July. Because of this, you have the opportunity to work
for a short amount of time, and earn a LARGE PAYCHECK.
Red Salmon Cannery is a division of North Pacific Seafoods and is located in Naknek, a village in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska.
Bristol Bay is known as the Red Salmon Capital of the World.
Each first- year processor will earn $10.00 per hour, and $15.00 per hour for overtime worked. During the peak of the season, fishing
is heavy and our facility operates 24 hours a day. At this point, you will work up to 16 hours a day, 7 days a week, with no days off.
That means lots of overtime and lots of money.
We are looking for hard- working employees who have the commitment and mindset to push through long, hard days – the return of a
LARGE PAYCHECK is worth it.
Red Salmon Cannery provides:
FREE room and board to all employees who successfully complete the entire season. Separate male and female quarters are
available, housing 2 to 4 people each. Linens and laundry services are also provided at no cost.
FREE three meals a day, and break food. There is a salad bar, and we also have an amazing baker who makes his own delicious
donuts and cookies.
FREE personal protective equipment (PPE), such as boots, raingear and gloves
– Access to payphones throughout the property because most cell phone carriers do not work in the remote location of Naknek,
Alaska. However, Verizon is one carrier that does work.
FREE access to desktop computers and WiFi connection with limited connectivity…. It is Alaska after all.
Last but not least, Red Salmon Cannery provides roundtrip transportation to the processing facility from your point of hire (either Seattle, WA or Anchorage, AK), as long as you successfully complete your employment agreement. If you quit or get discharged
before the season ends, you will be responsible for the cost of your return transportation.
You get yourself to Seattle or Anchorage and we will take care of the rest!

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Payroll Supervisor – Open Until Filled

Position Payroll Supervisor
Employer City of Bellingham
Job Description

This position plans, organizes, coordinates, monitors and carries out the City’s payroll function under the general direction of the Benefits and Payroll Manager. Responsible for supervising assigned staff and
managing the day to day operations of the division. Analyzes, develops and recommends improvements to the payroll system. Oversees and processes payroll for City employees and pensioners. Ensures accurate disbursements of funds for payment of salaries and benefits. Updates payroll procedures and computer program parameters in accordance with union contracts, legal requirements, City policies, and Civil Service Rule changes.

1. Plans, organizes, supervises, coordinates, monitors and troubleshoots the City’s payroll processing functions.
2. Assigns and reviews, as well as performs during short pay cycles and in absence of the Payroll Lead, the processing of employee and retiree pay and benefits. This includes reviewing, processing, and correcting computer generated reports each pay prior to finalization of payroll; calculating various pays; and entering variable payroll information to ensure proper pay. Includes calculation and processing of retroactive payments under labor agreements.
3. Oversees the reconciliation and payment of payroll/benefit related vendors. Prepares and transmits State and federal quarterly and annual reports (e.g. IRS Form 941, W2’s, UI).
4. Hires and supervises assigned staff. Trains assigned staff in payroll processing procedures and regulations. Assigns and oversees daily work. Coaches, prepares performance reviews, and takes appropriate corrective action with assigned staff.
5. Recommends payroll related policies. Develops and implements procedures to provide adequate guidance and documentation for assigned staff as well as the various departments and employees.
Performs department outreach and training.
6. Develops various statistical and narrative reports using both manual and computer system research for report generation.
7. Establishes priorities, goals, delivery methods and strategies. Analyzes, develops and recommends improvements to the payroll computer system to improve efficiency and accuracy. Troubleshoots
problems and sees to their resolution. Modifies systems with available computer payroll program parameters. Prepares system changes and data for input to test the results on the system.
Forwards other computer programming needs to computer staff or consultants for assistance, action or resolution. Develops and incorporates side systems that facilitate more efficient processing and reporting.
8. Ensures all contracts, pay ordinances, administrative guidelines Federal and State laws are implemented and correctly adhered to as they pertain to payroll. Maintains knowledge of and implements legal, regulatory, audit, contractual or benefit changes affecting the payroll system. Troubleshoots and solves problems by identifying possible errors or negative consequences of systems modifications related to compliance and service issues. Develops internal procedures and
documentation for implementation of changes. Provides staff training.
9. Participates as member of Account Managers group in reviewing, discussing, and changing Human Resources practices at the City. Conducts, attends and participates in a variety of team or departmental meetings.
10. Provides input into labor contract proposals in regard to feasibility, efficiency, compliance, impact on and/or cost to the payroll system. Reviews and implements the results of labor contract
negotiations to assure all City contractual obligations are fairly applied and executed.
11. Provides both oral and written information to employees, dependents, staff, pensioners, and vendors regarding the payroll system as well as specific pay and benefits issues. Receives and
responds to inquiries from employees, dependents, staff, pensioners, and other agencies. Provides accurate and timely data and information; interprets, applies and explains applicable laws,
regulations, policies and procedures.
12. Attends and participates in various planning and evaluation meetings concerning the payroll and accounting systems, benefits, and other compensation related matters.
13. Develops and oversees the maintenance of the records management systems for all Payroll divisional records.
14. Ensures the confidentiality of all City and employee documents not immediately subject to public
15. Remains current with relevant technological advancements as it relates to the field.

1. Responsible for the complete operation of payroll processes for the City in the absence of the
Payroll Lead.
2. Performs other related duties within the scope of classification.

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Full Charge Bookkeeper – Open Until Filled

Position Full Charge Bookkeeper
Employer Windmere Property Management
Position Description A Bellingham Property Management company is looking for Full Charge Bookkeeper. Job duties include but are not limited to: responsible for full cycle accounting, monthly bank reconciliation, monthly financial statements, maintain GL accounts, performing journal entries, process payments.

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Summer Camp Staff – Closes 6/1/17

CYO Camps

Position Summer Camp Staff
Job Description Are you looking for more than just a job this summer? Help a child deepen their faith, discern your gifts, and spend the summer living out Christ’s example of servant leadership. Staff members facilitate a unique ministry to youth and families in an outdoor setting rooted in the Catholic faith. Season salaries starting at $1,000 plus room and board. Leadership salaries $1,500-$5,000 (with potential for travel stipend). June 19-August 19 2017. Available positions include: Cabin leaders, horseback riding instructors, nurses, high ropes instructors, kitchen staff, directors and more.

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Financial Case Manager – Open until Filled

Position Financial Case Manager
Employer Catholic Community Services/Catholic Housing Services 
Job Description Catholic Community Services, Homeless Adult Services (HAS) is the largest provider of adult homeless services in Tacoma, Washington.  Nativity House (NH), a program of HAS, is the central hub to serve homeless adults in the Pierce County region.  It operates 24-hours/7-days a week, offering services (emergency shelter, meals, systematic outreach, Rapid rehousing, Mental Health and Co-Occurring Disorder treatment, Employment Services, Spiritual Support, 50 units of permanent supportive housing, etc.) to meet the basic needs of individuals experiencing chronic homelessness.

Position Description:

The Financial Support Case Manager assists clients of various programs with their applications for SSI and SSDI as well as payee services.  This position will build relationships with the Social Security Administration staff, disability adjudicators, Department of Social & Health Services, and Catholic Community Services program and support staff in order to best serve clients.  This position maintains a full case load of clients within the Catholic Community Services SW shelter and housing programs.  This position maintains an office at Nativity House Apartments and travels throughout the county to meet with clients and case managers.

General Office Support:

SSI Initiative Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop thorough familiarity with process, rules and qualifications regarding SSI and SSDI, and application thereto.
  • Work with current and formerly homeless men and women in CCS programs and follow the SOAR process of SSI/SSDI application
  • Gather supporting information for the claim from medical, social, and mental health providers
  • Write up applications and submit them to the Social Security Administration, providing advocacy for the evaluation of the applications as needed.
  • Communicate regularly with the local DSHS, SSI, and CCS staff members
  • File for reconsideration of claims for clients if denied at the first level of review and refer clients to legal assistance for follow up as needed.

Payee Services Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work by supporting individuals who have been determined to need assistance with their finances and bill payments as determined by Social Security, Aging and People with disabilities, family or self-referral, Veteran’s Administration, and/or CCS Housing & Supportive Services staff.
  • Use applicable on-line banking and computer software to update client information, track transactions and reconcile client accounts to bank statements.
  • Write client checks and monitor bank accounts to make sure funds are available.
  • Insure all client profiles are up to date, including client notes.
  • Perform referral and intake duties including initial data entry, client interview, development of a budget, and creating the client profile in digital and paper files.
  • Work with billers, landlords, facilities and agency partners and other providers to ensure client’s needs are met and to solve problems, solve ongoing budget, and ensure receipts/copies of bills verify need.

General Responsibilities:

  • Maintain communication with the Area Manager and other staff connected to clients of the program for continuity of service
  • Answer program phone and problem solve with callers, including making referrals.
  • Accurately maintain and monitor client records including filling, record keeping, and reporting
  • Maintain confidentiality and security of client and client records.

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