Mt. Baker Community Prevention Wellness Initiative Coalition Coordinator- Closes 9-18-17 at 5:00 PM

Position Mt. Baker Community Prevention Wellness Initiative Coalition Coordinator
Employer Whatcom Family & Community Network
Job Description JOB SUMMARY:
Administer and coordinate a prevention community-based program, including planning, development, implementation and evaluation of the program; facilitate the development and coordination of substance abuse prevention activities; develop and present prevention-related educational programs for community members and groups; stay updated on the latest substance abuse prevention research and provide up-to-date information to the public; facilitate the development, training and implementation of local community substance abuse prevention coalition, and collaborate with existing task forces as a resource or provider of technical assistance.

• Coordinate a local community coalition comprised of community members who represent a minimum of eight of the following sectors: Youth, Parent, Law Enforcement, Civic/Volunteer Groups, Business, Healthcare Professionals, Media, Schools, Youth-serving Organizations, Religious/Fraternal Organizations, State/Local/Tribal Governments, Other Substance Abuse Organization (e.g., Treatment), Youth Treatment Professionals, and Mental Health Professionals; to encourage and facilitate their collaboration in efforts to prevent or reduce substance abuse;
• Coordinate and provide comprehensive training to coalition members to build capacity for community-based, data-driven substance abuse coalition work;
• Provide technical assistance and support to agency staff, volunteers, prevention contractors, service providers and community groups on topics such as the CPWI and prevention science (e.g., risk and protective factors, the Strategic Prevention Framework, relevant evidence-based strategies);
• Oversee community coalition’s development of five-year prevention strategic plan within “Washington State Department of Social and Health Services’ Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery” (DSHS/DBHR) Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) Community Coalition guidelines and providing annual budget and action plan updates;
o Conduct needs assessment and other techniques to identify community service needs with community coalition members;
o Assist individuals and groups in developing risk and protective factor focused prevention plans, selecting research-supported prevention strategies, and developing appropriate evaluations;
• Work cooperatively with additional community members and groups to develop and implement on-going evidence-based strategies which discourage use/misuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs;
• Develop data collection instruments and monitoring and program evaluation policies and procedures to ensure program compliance with federal, state, and local guidelines;
• Responsible for prevention contract monitoring and program outcomes;
• Conduct on site-visits with subcontractor(s) to monitor program components for specific contract provisions and compliance;
• Conduct participant surveys to evaluate community needs, contract compliance and strategy effectiveness;
• Prepare summaries of prevention monitoring reports for the coalition and as needed;
• Enter reporting data into required data systems within contractual timeframes;
• Interpret complex and detailed federal and state regulations to ensure program and planning compliances;
• Attend required DBHR meetings and training;
• Engage with local media. Preparing press kits, soliciting media coverage and responding to media requests;
• Plan, develop, implement and monitor media campaigns, social marketing initiatives in collaboration with CPWI statewide media initiatives;
• Collaborate with key community stakeholders in the support and implementation of Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative.

Work is performed primarily in office environments. Primary office in which employee maintains work space must be located within community served by coalition. Community travel is required to provide face to face communication with coalition members and to attend other community meetings and events, provide training and technical assistance and participate in coalition strategies and activities. Statewide travel is required occasionally. Attendance at meetings and prevention activities may require working evening and irregular hours. Access to guaranteed, reliable transportation is required. Occasional physical effort may be required to lift items weighing up to 50 pounds.

• Knowledge of and familiarity with the community served by the coalition;
• Demonstrated ability to organize community groups and to work cooperatively with a variety of people and agencies, public groups and contract agency personnel;
• Knowledge of principles of cultural competence, consequences of health disparities, and strategies to increase inclusivity in community outreach;
• Understand the value of and strategies to include diverse members of the community in coalition-building and community outreach;
• Ability to facilitate meetings that encourage participation and positive development, and to work cooperatively with public groups and contract agency personnel;
• Knowledge of principles of effective leadership with demonstrated leadership skills;
• Excellent research, analysis, writing, and communication skills involved in community and coalition development, planning and policy development, grant and report-writing, statistical data gathering and public speaking;
• Understand existing alcohol and other drug abuse prevention systems and programs in state and county governments;
• Successful experience developing and providing adult training programs;
• Knowledge of basic principles of substance abuse prevention and treatment. Understand the continuum of care in substance abuse and addiction;
• Proven ability to work independently and prioritize several on-going assignments within contractual requirements including deadlines;
• Ability to work a flexible schedule and travel within the area served by the coalition with occasional state-wide travel.

Additional knowledge of: community organizing, fundamental public health principles and practices, techniques of behavior change, social marketing, health promotion and population-based prevention; program planning and evaluation methods.

Additional ability to: manage multiple time sensitive issues, adapt to changing circumstances and develop creative solutions; generate a shared vision for the community; generate and maintain enthusiasm for developing solutions and instill a sense of hopefulness for continued improvement of health outcomes; provide technical assistance through coaching, mentoring, training, delegating, and directing; establish effective working relationships with diverse communities, agencies and staff; communicate effectively both orally and in writing with tact, diplomacy and sensitivity; work independently and work effectively in teams and work groups.

Possession of a valid driver’s license and an acceptable driver’s abstract is required prior to employment.
Current Certified Prevention Professional credential or ability to obtain within 18 months of appointment upon approval of related training plan.
Ability to pass Washington State Patrol Background check and any further established background requirements.

A Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Public Health, Behavioral Sciences or closely related field; or the equivalent combination of relevant education, training and experience. Two years of relevant experience that adequately illustrates the attainment of knowledge, skills, abilities and other requirements of the job listed. Familiarity with Washington State substance abuse prevention planning frameworks and programs preferred.

FUNDING & OVERSIGHT INFORMATION: This position is grant funded by Washington State Department of Social & Health Services (DSHS), Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR). The grant is managed through Whatcom County Health Department. The Employer for this position is Whatcom Family & Community Network (WFCN). A 501 (c) 3 not for profit organization. See the WFCN website at

COMPENSATION: DOE: Range: $22 to $28 hourly. Medical health benefits, vacation and sick leave.

Whatcom Family & Community Network is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

To Apply: Send cover letter and tailored resume to
Position Open Until Filled with Priority Deadline of 9/18 at 5 p.m.

A Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Public Health, Behavioral Sciences or closely related field; or the equivalent combination of relevant education, training and experience.
Two years of relevant experience that adequately illustrates the attainment of knowledge, skills, abilities and other requirements of the job listed.
Familiarity with Washington State substance abuse prevention planning frameworks and programs preferred.

Possession of a valid driver’s license and an acceptable driver’s abstract is required prior to employment.
Current Certified Prevention Professional credential or ability to obtain within 18 months of appointment upon approval of related training plan.
Ability to pass Washington State Patrol Background check and any further established background requirements.


$22-$28/hr DOE, Medical and dental benefits, vacation and sick leave
Days/Hours M-F, some nights and some weekends
Contact Info Kristin D.

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 1231 N Garden Street # 210

WORK LOCATION: Multiple locations in East Whatcom County


PHONE: 360.738.1196

How to Apply    To Apply: Send cover letter and tailored resume to
Position Open Until Filled with Priority Deadline of 9/18 at 5 p.m.
Position Closes September 18, 2017 at 5:00 PM

Registered Nurse *New Grads Encouraged to Apply*- Open Until Filled

Position Registered Nurse *New Grads Encouraged to Apply*
Employer  Northwest Regional Council
Job Description Correctional Nursing is the practice and delivery of patient care within the unique and distinctive environment of the criminal justice system.

Nurses have been described as the backbone of correctional health care. They are the eyes, ears, hands, heads and hearts that respond to medical and mental health emergencies. During daily
nursing clinics and other routine encounters, correctional nurses listen to patients’ concerns and watchfully encourage other individuals who are unable or unwilling to raise a health concern.
Nurses must apply their knowledge, skill and ability to the assessment and diagnosis of the full range of health conditions presented by this population and determine both the urgency and priority of subsequent care.
Northwest Regional Council currently manages the Whatcom County Jail Health Program and is currently looking to fill a full-time, benefited RN position.

Qualification Current license as Registered Nurse in Washington State – unencumbered & CPR certification.
For more information please visit our employment webpage


TEN-STEP HOURLY RANGE: $25.85 – $33.72/hour, DOE
Days/Hours 40 hours
Contact Info Human Resources

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 600 Lakeway Dr Suite 100 Bellingham WA 98225

WORK LOCATION: Whatcom County Jail


PHONE: 360.676.6749

How to Apply The REQUIRED application packet may be requested by contacting the Bellingham Office @ 360-676-6749, e-mailing, or downloading directly from All applications and application materials, including a cover letter and resume, must be fully completed and returned to the Bellingham office.
Position Closes Open Until Filled


Employer  Bellingham Fitness
Job Description Largest Health Club in Bellingham is looking to add a front desk receptionist to the team.
Qualification Must be high-energy, super dependable and have a great attitude. A passion for fitness is preferred. This is a year round position.


11 start + gym, tan, PT
Days/Hours Wednesday 5-11pm, Friday 5-11pm, Sunday 6:30-1pm More shifts can become available.
Contact Info Todd or Scott afternoons

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 1730 N State St, Bellingham WA


PHONE: 360.733.1600

How to Apply Please apply in person (M –F afternoons) at Bellingham Fitness, 1730 N State St., Bellingham WA 98225. After filling in our application please hand it directly to Todd or Scott.
Position Closes November 30, 2017

Teen Intern- Closes 9/29/17 at 5:00 PM

Position Teen Intern, Youth Services Dept.
Employer Whatcom County Library System
Job Description The Whatcom County Library System is accepting applications for a part-time Teen Intern to assist the Youth Services department in providing teen-related library service. Must be in Grade 10-12, and 16 years of age or older to apply.  Must have a WCLS library card.  Four hours per week, flexible schedule. $11.00 per hour. Apply by Friday, September 29.


Assist Youth Services department in providing teen-related library service: write and edit book reviews and produce book vlogs, assist with programming, contribute to library social media platforms, assist with special projects, and perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications Avid reader of young adult literature; ability to write and produce book reviews and vlogs; keen interest in learning more about the library and promoting library use among teens; ability to maintain a pleasant and productive working atmosphere. Work requires considerable physical effort in the handling of materials up to 30 pounds and/or continual standing or walking 70%+ of the time. Requires the ability to speak, write, and understand English. Must be in Grade 10-12, and 16 years of age or older to apply. Must have a WCLS library card. New employees are subject to a CRC (criminal records check) per RCW 43.43.832.


Selection criteria may include the contents of the application, an oral interview, and a skills test. Selection of applicants for further consideration and/or possible testing will be determined by the information supplied by the applicants on their applications and accompanying documents. It will be the responsibility of the applicant to supply sufficient information and detail on the application to permit WCLS to properly determine the applicant’s qualifications, abilities and attributes as they relate to the listed position. Interviews will be scheduled ONLY with best qualified applicants, based upon applications, résumés and other documents received, and test results. Applicants who need accommodation during the application, testing or interview process should contact Human Resources.


Days/Hours Four (4) regular weekly hours, worked in 2-hour shifts two days per week; schedule is flexible and will be determined together with the Teen Services Coordinator.

Duration: 16 weeks, with option to extend for another term.

Contact Info Tamar Clarke

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 5205 Northwest Drive, Bellingham, WA 98226


PHONE: (360) 305-3611

How to Apply    Submit a completed WCLS Employment Application* along with a book review (one page or less) from a recent read by 5:00 PM FRIDAY, 09/29/17 to:
Whatcom County Library System
5205 Northwest Drive
Bellingham, WA 98226
Attn: Tamar Clarke, Teen Services Coordinator
Call (360) 305-3611 or email for further information.
* Résumés and cover letters are optional, unless requested, and will not be accepted as a substitute for a completed WCLS Employment Application form. Application forms are available at to print, fill out and mail in, or at the above address, or at any Whatcom County Library branch.
Position Closes September 29, 2017 at 5:00 PM

Waitstaff- Open Until Filled

Position Waitstaff
Employer Kuru Kuru Sushi
Job Description Serving customers, bringing drinks, busing tables, billing, other duties as assigned.
Qualifications Experience not required, will train the right person.


Minimum wage plus tips
Days/Hours Part-time
Contact Info Sam

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 11 Bellwether Way Suite 101

How to Apply    Bring a resume to 11 Bellwether Way suite 101. Do not call or email.
Position Closes Open until filled

AmeriCorps*VISTA- Closes 9/29/17

Position AmeriCorps*VISTA Opportunities
Employer Opportunity Council
Job Description Founded in 1965, VISTA, Volunteers In Service To America, has been on the forefront of ending poverty in America for 50 years. Members make a yearlong, full-time commitment to serve on a specific project at a nonprofit organization or public agency. They focus their efforts to build the organizational, administrative, and financial capacity of organizations that fight illiteracy, improve health services, foster economic development, and otherwise assist low-income communities.

Benefits of VISTA service:
1) Monthly stipend = $1,026/month gross
2) End of Service ($1,500) or Education Award ($5,920) once service is completed
3) Loan forbearance and deferment during service
4) Assistance with Health Coverage
5) Professional Development
6) Child Care
7) Non-competitive
8) Eligibility Status for employment in the federal government for up to one year after service

Child Care Small Business VISTA – Opportunity Council
The Child Care Small Business Development VISTA will serve at Opportunity Council, a private, nonprofit human service organization serving Whatcom, Island, San Juan, Snohomish, and Skagit counties. Over the course of the great recession, at least 30% of state licensed child care businesses in Opportunity Council’s five county service area closed. Combined with other factors such as attrition, retirement, and cost, child care has become prohibitively expensive and hard to find for many in our area. This lack of available, affordable child care has created a barrier to employment for families living on a low-income and in particular those eligible for state subsidy support.

This AmeriCorps VISTA project will not only focus on providing economic opportunities to families and individuals who are low-income through enrollment in the Child Care Small Business Development Program, but also increasing the supply of businesses that will accept state subsidy which ultimately will allow for more employment opportunities across the board. The VISTA will accomplish this by:

1) Identifying recruitment target areas by using new and established data sources – mapping and identifying areas with a large saturation of low-incomes families, and a low availability of affordable child care. Identification of these child care deserts is the first step in addressing barrier of unaffordable child care for low income families.
2) Recruiting low-income families and individuals into Child Care Small Business program by researching best practices, designing, and implementing outreach program to low-income families and individuals in target areas identified in Goal 1.
3) Developing cohort groups to provide guidance and support towards completing curriculum to improve the economic opportunity, stability, and job skills of the enrollees.

If you are interested in applying or learning more about his position logon to:

Health & Prevention Education VISTA – DVSAS
The Health and Prevention Education VISTA will serve at Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services (DVSAS). The mission of DVSAS is to support individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault and to lead the community towards ending these abuses of power. The VISTA’s service will increase the capacity of children, youth and family services at DVSAS in order to support individuals and families experiencing or at risk of experiencing violence in order to stop the cycle of poverty. It is commonly known that those who experience this type of trauma are more likely to experience poverty. By expanding and enhancing this facet of DVSAS services, the VISTA member will develop both a sustainable support pathway out of poverty for families as well as pathway of prevention for children and youth.

The AmeriCorps VISTA will:
1) Conduct foundational research to inform evidence and community based program development.
2) Develop and enhance children and family health education programs using the data gathered
3) Develop and enhance prevention education programs presented in Whatcom County schools using data gathered.

If you are interested in applying or learning more about his position logon to:

Housing & Asset Coordinator VISTA – San Juan Health Department
Housing & Asset Coordinator VISTA will serve at the San Juan Health Department, where the VISTA will be hosted, and collaborate extensively with the Resource Centers on Lopez, Orcas, and San Juan Islands. The San Juan Islands present unique issues for individuals living on low incomes or facing homelessness. As a key tourist destination and retirement community, the islands are faced with large seasonal shifts in employment and population. This equates to housing cost and supply issues and unreliable employment.

The role of the VISTA will be to focus on the housing needs and inventory through the Point in Time count, and assessing the housing inventory. The VISTA will develop Asset Building initiatives to assist in stabilizing these households. These efforts will help the organizations better leverage available resources while facilitating coordination and cohesiveness between islands. A VISTA working on this project will need strong leadership skills, ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively and be an excellent communicator. Travel between islands will be required on a frequent basis.

The VISTA in this project will be focused on fulfilling the following goals:
1) Improve homeless housing systems, including Coordinated Entry and Point in Time (PIT) count in order to better understand housing needs and increase the efficiency and effectiveness through which people are housed in San Juan County. Focusing on these two systems we will help maximize funds for homelessness and resources for those experiencing homelessness.
2) Develop a comprehensive housing and landlord inventory for the county. This would allow for a clearer picture of available rental stock and allow the resource centers to liaise with current landlords in order to develop the necessary relationships to expand the housing inventory available to low income clients.
3) Assess and implement Asset Building initiatives in order to help low-income households build financial stability and wealth, providing a pathway out of poverty.

If you are interested in applying or learning more about his position logon to:

Qualifications Some college preferred – other qualifications specific to positions and can be found on


Days/Hours M-F 8-5, Nov 2017-Nov 2018
Contact Info Niki Gates

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 1111 Cornwall Ave, Bellingham, WA 98229


PHONE: 360.734.5121 ext. 263

How to Apply    Follow links in job descriptions or visit to apply (Click Search Listings and then enter “Opportunity Council” in the Program Name field)

Applications should include references.

Position Closes September 29, 2017

Flu Clinic Nurse- Closes 11/1/17

Position Flu Clinic Nurse
Employer OccuVAX
Job Description Flu Clinic Nurses
RN and LPN’s needed for Onsite Flu Vaccination Clinics:
OccuVAX flu season begins at the end of August 2017 and is anticipated to go through mid-December.

OccuVAX provides onsite flu vaccination clinics at employer locations in ALL 50 states. OccuVAX does not provide vaccinations at retail locations – our clinic sites have assigned appointment times.

Nurses are provided with their own scheduling portal on the OccuVAX website. YOU access a listing of available clinics, YOU select those clinics you are available for staffing. If assigned, you are notified by email and can either accept the assignment or decline at that time. You work as much or as little as you wish – no minimum requirements.

The Nurse website is fully mobile – meaning you can access your information from your Smart Phone, tablet or PC. Payroll is weekly and payment is via direct deposit – no long delays in receiving your paycheck!

Nurses must arrive 30 minutes prior to the clinic start time to set up for the vaccinations (compensated time), provide vaccinations to those who have appointments (or walk-ins if scheduled as such), collect paperwork, then clean up and provide the returning supplies to the onsite contact. Our clinics are simple as that!

Hourly Wage is: $26.00 ALWAYS with a minimum of 2 hours pay. Mileage is paid AFTER first 40 miles at $0.54 per mile.
Please visit the OccuVAX website directly for further information and to begin the process of joining the OccuVAX team: and click on “Nursing Opportunities” at the bottom of the page.

**You will only be directly contacted if additional information is required from you in order to complete our Nurse License Verifications – otherwise you will begin to receive our Monthly Newsletters and announcements AND ARE ELIGIBLE TO SELECT CLINICS TO WORK**
Selections for clinic assignments will begin August 21st.

We look forward to working with you this season! Feel free to share our information with your Nurse colleagues and friends.

To get started:
1. Create your nurse profile at this link:
2. Sign your subcontractor agreement
3. Take your nurse training
4. Sign your nurse protocols

Once those steps are complete and your license is verified successfully, you will be eligible to select clinics starting today.

Qualifications 13308 Chandler Road


Days/Hours Variable, Seasonal
Contact Info Tina Coleman

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 13308 Chandler Road


PHONE: 800.558.5754

How to Apply    To get started:
1. Create your nurse profile at this link:
2. Sign your subcontractor agreement
3. Take your nurse training
4. Sign your nurse protocols
Position Closes November 1, 2017

Production Associate- Closes 9/20/17

Position Production Associate
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

Sort salable from salvage material and prepare merchandise for sale, sustaining production plant and retail operation.

Essential Functions:

Remove salvage material and garbage from salable goods.

Evaluate and determine product value.

Prepare salable goods for retail store.

Maintain production tallies.

Maintain adequate merchandise in the retail store.

Identify goods for special sales and auctions.

Process and remove unsold items as appropriate.

Maintain supplies inventory.

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.

Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications Qualifications:

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

Preferred Experience: None

Specific Skills/Knowledge/Licenses: None

Essential Physical Abilities: Lifting and carrying 30 – 40 pounds;

Developed fine motor control (grasp, handle, manipulate objects with fingers;

Standing for long periods of time; frequent bending, kneeling, reaching, stooping, squatting, pushing; climbing ladders;

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

Create and read written communication

Completing written orders

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


Days/Hours 40
Contact Info Silvio Menezes

BUSINESS ADDRESS: Bellingham, WA, USA 98226


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.
Position Closes September 20, 2017

Housekeeper- Closes 9/30/17

Position Housekeeper
Employer Hotel Bellwether

REPORTS TO: Housekeeping Manager or Assistant Hsk Mgr.

POSITION SUMMARY: Cleans guest rooms and bathrooms according to the property’s standards.


1. Enters and prepares room for cleaning.

2. Makes the bed.

3. Dusts the room and furniture.

4. Replenishes guest room and bath supplies.

5. Cleans the bathroom.

6. Cleans the closet.

7. Vacuums the carpet.

8. Checks and secures the room.

Qualifications Education: High school graduate or equivalent desired. Must be able to speak, read and write and understand the primary language(s) used in the workplace.
Experience: Previous hotel-related experience beneficial.
Physical: Requires fingering, grasping, writing, standing, sitting, walking, repetitive motions, hearing, visual acuity. Requires the ability to push and pull housekeeping carts and equipment. Must be able to life up to 15 pounds on a regular and continuing basis.


Contact Info Melissa McCann

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 1 Bellwether Way


PHONE: 360.392.3183

How to Apply    Email resume to or pick up an application in-person at 1 Bellwether Way. Application should also include references.
Position Closes Sepetmber 30, 2017

Teaching Staff- Closes 11/30/17

Position Teaching Staff
Employer Opportunity Council
Job Description Come be a part of a team committed to providing a diverse, inclusive environment where parents can be sure their children are well cared for, encouraged to reach their full potential and ready for school! We are looking for teachers with varying levels of education, experience and responsibility to implement developmentally appropriate early childhood classroom experiences and family engagement opportunities. Our employment philosophy includes coaching, open and frequent communication and professional development for all staff.
Qualifications See full job announcement & application process at Paper Employment Applications may be picked up at 1419 Cornwall Ave., Bellingham, WA. Positions open until filled.


Days/Hours Varies
Contact Info Human Resources

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 1419 Cornwall Ave, Bellingham WA


PHONE: 360.734.5121 ext. 267

How to Apply    See full job announcement & application process at Paper Employment Applications may be picked up at 1419 Cornwall Ave., Bellingham, WA. Positions open until filled. EOE

Applications should include a cover letter.

Position Closes November 30, 2017