Community Programs Specialist

Job position / title
Community Programs Specialist
Name of business / employer
Northwest Regional Council
Job description / duties
Program Specialist

Ten-Step Hourly Range: $21.75 – $28.38, DOQ

Are you interested in joining a growing organization and making a difference in your community? Would you like to help empower older adults age in place and assist individuals with disabilities live at home? Northwest Regional Council’s Community Programs Team conducts outreach, provides information & assistance, and options/benefits counseling to individuals who face challenges remaining independent.

As a result of a promotion, we are seeking an energetic, enthusiastic and dedicated individual to fill a full-time, non-exempt position as a Program Specialist. This position is sited in our Bellingham, Whatcom County office and comes with an excellent family-friendly benefit package.

NWRC’s Benefit Package includes:
• Employer paid Medical/Dental/Vision insurance through PEBB (Public Employers Benefit Board) for the employee and their dependents. The employee can choose from multiple medical and dental plan options.
• Employer paid Long Term Disability Insurance for the employee (with option for buy-up.)
• Employer paid Life Insurance for the employee ($35,000 with option for buy-up.)
• Employer paid Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for the employee and their dependents.
• Participation in the state retirement – WA Public Employees Retirement System, with an employer contribution.
• Sick leave accrues at one day per month up to a maximum of 75 days and can be accessed as soon as it accrues.
• Vacation accrues for a full-time employee beginning at 8 hours/month.
• 10 paid holidays per year, plus a floating personal holiday.

In addition, NWRC offers the following Voluntary Benefits:
• Pre-tax ,Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) for
– Healthcare
– Dependent Child/Adult Day Care
• Pre-tax, Deferred Compensation Programs

Note! For those with educational loans, NWRC meets the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) definition of a public service organization.

Qualifications
Education/Experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree in social services or related field; AND two years of experience providing
direct human/social services; OR
• Two years of relevant college level courses; AND four years of experience providing direct
human/social services.

Application deadline / closing date
04/15/2019
Salary / rate of pay
$21.75 – $28.38, DOQ
Days and hours of employment
M-F, 40 hours/week
Person or department to contact
Human Resources
Business address
600 Lakeway Drive, Bellingham WA 98225
Email
NWRCHumanResources@dshs.wa.gov
Phone
360.676.6749
Fax
360.738.2451
How to apply
Application materials may be downloaded directly from our employment web page https://www.nwrcwa.org/employment/, or requested by emailing NWRCHumanResources@dshs.wa.gov. NWRC is an EOE.

Applications should include
[×] Resume
[×] Cover letter
[×] References

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Textile Associate

The function of the Textile Associate is to participate fully in the daily operations of the retail store. This role is responsible for sales activities, textile sorting and identification, as well as to help promote education of textile waste and methods of creative upcycling. To provide assistance to customers, consigners, artists, instructors, staff, trainees, volunteers and to help carry out the directives of the Program Manager and to focus on the mission of ReUse Works.
The ideal candidate will have experience and knowledge in one or more of the following areas:
– Textile waste issues
– Creative reuse and upcycling
– Sewing and mending
– Knitting, crocheting and/or yarn production
– Weaving
– Embroidery
– Retail/ customer service/ cash handling and operating a point of sale system
– Thrifting/ consignment/knowledge of clothing brands and value
– Job training and/or working closely with volunteers
– Booth sales at local events a plus (farmers market, pop-up shops, craft fairs etc)
Qualifications:
– Must be available to work Saturdays and Sundays with some flexibility on other day(s) of the week
– Prior retail or similar customer service experience
– Friendly and approachable; able to provide outstanding customer service
– Flexible and can change tasks regularly as needed.
– Proficiency with multi-tasking, prioritizing, and managing time effectively
– Organized, tidy, and detail-oriented
– Motivated, energetic self-starter, with ability to work well as a team and individually
– Able to lift, bend, reach, and stand on feet for extended period of time. Comfortable working with hands for a long period of time. Able to regularly lift up to 20-30lbs with ease (bags/bins of clothing and textiles)
Primary duties include but are not limited to;
– Assist customers, respond to questions and provide outstanding customer service
– Opening and closing procedures and tasks
– Balance the cash register and generate reports for cash, check, credit and debit sales
– Accept payments, ensure all prices and quantities are accurate
– Maintain a safe and clean store environment by adhering to cleaning schedule/tasks
– Accept, sort, fold, organize, hang and bin donations of textiles according to fabric content, size, and other criteria
– Specialty price merchandise for sale (spot minor defects (stains, holes, loose threads, missing buttons) in merchandise, and make reliable judgement calls on sellable vs unsellable goods price and tag merchandise according to a specific pricing guideline, taking into account condition, brand, style, and store sales trend and fiber content)
– Create and execute displays with input from management
– Support staff, volunteers and instructors in setting up for and participation of classes and special events as needed
– Work closely with staff and management to think creatively and execute ideas to upcycle textile donations and re-use existing materials to create new items for sale
$13/ hour
13-20 hours per week
To Apply:
Send your cover letter and resume to kstragis@ragfinery.com or drop off your resume and cover letter to staff at the Ragfinery Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-5:00. This posting will be open until Tuesday March 5th.

Environmental Education Volunteer (or Intern)

Title: Forest School Education Volunteer
Supervised by: School Day Programs Coordinator
Term: Spring Quarter 2019
Wednesdays and Fridays between April 17th-May 24th

Overview
North Cascades Institute, in collaboration with the Bellingham School District, is seeking motivated volunteers for the Forest School youth education program. During Forest School, 3rd grade students will explore the components of healthy habitats for human and non-human communities through experiential activities. The day long field trip
compliments a classroom-based unit based on the core idea of “how the natural world influences community (human and non-human), survival in an ecosystem past, present, and future.” Forest School takes place at the Gordon Carter Conservation site on the southeast side of Lake Whatcom.

The Forest School volunteer will work under close supervision by the School Day Programs Coordinator. Primary duties will include facilitating a positive outdoor experience for small groups of youth. Volunteers will receive training on program curriculum and logistics, $25/day stipend and carpooling to the Gordon Carter Conservation Site

Qualifications
Required:
● Experience in and enthusiasm for engaging youth in environmental education in an outdoor setting
● Ability to teach Wednesdays and Fridays between April 24th and May 24th
● Ability to attend 2 days of training April 17th and 19th
● Physically able to work in all weather conditions
● Ability to hike for 2 miles in uneven terrain while carrying a 10 lb pack
● Excellent organization and communication skills
● Ability to use independent judgment to ensure safety of program participants
● Ability to practice and enforce policy and safety practices as trained
● Reliable, independent worker and team player
● Reliable transportation to and from the carpooling site
● Must be 18 years of age or older
● Acceptable background screening and criminal history check

Preferred:
● Some coursework in Environmental Studies, Environmental Science, Education, Biology or related field
● CPR/First Aid Certification or advanced certification (Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder)

Responsibilities
Teaching (80%): Instruct and guide groups of students at Forest School. Ensure safety and well-being of program participants. All teaching will be under the close supervision of Institute staff.
Administration and operations (10%): Set-up and take-down for the Forest School program; assist with the maintenance of program supplies, equipment and facilities. Assist with other duties as required.
Training and Evaluation (10%): Attend debriefs; participate in instructor observations and feedback. Training will include group facilitation techniques, natural/cultural history lessons and program logistics.

Compensation:
● $25/day stipend
● Gain up to 100 hours towards academic credit (3 credits)

Professional Development Opportunity:
● Receive professional development through mentorship of teaching staff
● Gain teaching experience working directly with elementary school students
● Promote a healthy, active lifestyle

Interested?
Please send a letter of interest, resume and the names of three references with current contact information to abby_sussman@ncascades.org.

To learn more about earning academic credit for this internship, please schedule an appointment with Rhonda Leeson, WCC Interim Cooperative Education Coordinator, by calling 360.383.3080.

Maintenance Worker II Parks & Recreation

Maintenance Worker II Parks & Recreation
Salary: $18.12 – $19.60, DOQ Closing Date: March 4, 2019 at 4:30 PM Whatcom County Parks & Recreation Department is recruiting for the Maintenance Worker II position.

This position is responsible for working independently with minimal supervision to maintain the Bellingham Senior Activity Center and other Parks facilities. Performs grounds, custodial and facilities maintenance manual tasks related to the upkeep, preventive maintenance and repair of County grounds, structures and facilities, balancing team and individual responsibilities with minimal supervision. Operates and maintains related tools, equipment and machinery, within scope of licensure and established guidelines. Performs manual work to preserve and/or improve the appearance, usefulness and safety of County property and resources. Complies with safety and legal standards and requirements.

Hours of Work Generally 7:00 am – 3:30 pm, Monday to Friday. Works outside of normal hours or on a weekend at times, in order to maintain availability to open and close assigned facility at varying times, and to accomplish tasks that require the facility to be unoccupied (floor cleaning, for example).

Qualifications Requires a high school diploma or GED + 2 years of recent experience in grounds maintenance, facilities maintenance and repair, and custodial work. Candidate must be able to work in a positive and collaborative manner with older adults and contracted service provider. Must be able to work effectively with limited supervision. Safety focus is very important for all Parks & Recreation department employees. Special Requirements Background check must meet County criteria. Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a valid Washington State driver’s license at time of hire and throughout employment. Must pass a physical capacities examination.

Must pass job-related tests.
Whatcom County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
To apply: Please visit our website http://www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs
Human Resources, 311 Grand Avenue, Suite 107, Bellingham, WA 98225

Accounting Assistant 1

Job position / title
Accounting Assistant 1
Name of business / employer
City of Bellingham
Job description / duties
The City of Bellingham is currently seeking an Accounting Assistant I. This position performs entry level accounting duties for a specific area such as: accounts payable and receivable, parking citations, payroll and benefits, utility billings and fixed assets. Posts and balances entries; processes payments, applications and registrations; and compiles and inputs data to prepare and maintain statistical reports based on established procedures. Provides general information and assistance to the public.

Qualifications
•Minimum of one year clerical experience with required financial record keeping or basic bookkeeping or any combination of experience and education which provides the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge and ability to perform the job.
•Ability to type 45 WPM net*. This will be verified through testing.
•Bookkeeping or cashiering experience preferred.

Closing Date/Time: Fri. 3/8/2019 4:30 PM Pacific Time

Application deadline / closing date
03/08/2019
Salary / rate of pay
$3,194/month
Days and hours of employment
40 hours/week
Person or department to contact
Human Resources
Business address
104 W. Magnolia St, Bellingham, WA
Email
HR@cob.org
Phone
360.778.8228
How to apply
To view the full job announcement and to apply online, visit http://www.cob.org/job!

Device Repair Technician

Job position / title
Device Repair Technician

Name of business / employer
CPR Cellphone Repair

Job description / duties
Job Description

CPR of Bellingham is looking to expand its technical staff, we are a franchise with opportunities to grow within this new location. A Cell Phone Repair Technician is responsible for greeting customers, diagnosing problems, and sales. As a technician, it is also your job to fix devices. As a technician, you should not only have the ability to talk to customers but must be able to handle any troubleshooting that leads to a win-win situation.

Device Skills-

Experience working with a wide verity of cellphones, tablets, computers, and game consoles.
Skill & Requirements-(Salary – To be negotiated based on experience and qualifications)

Minimum high school diploma, plus additional experience of 3-6 months or more of electronic device repair/experience. You MUST have a resume in order to be considered, as we are looking to fill this position fairly quickly, having a well laid out summary of your experience only helps when reviewing candidates
Proficient with Microsoft Office, Google and email communication
Experience with a Point of Sale Systems and opening and closing procedures (preferred but not required)
Sales experience
Resourceful and motivated with a desire to learn
Ability to work independently as well as working with a team when needed
Ability to recognize trends in the repair industry
Ability to cross-train other employees.
Knowledge of parts suppliers, inventory management and control (preferred but not required)
Maintaining a clean, organized workspace and workstation
Consistent and accurate use of the Point-Of-Sale (POS) system to enter, track and close all customer transactions.
Sales/Customer Service-

Provide excellent customer service with clear communication
Personable, solution-based selling skills
A proactive approach to repairing and servicing a customer’s electronic devices
Cell Phone Repair Technician Compensation & Benefits-

Increased earning potential based upon performance
Employee compensation plan in addition to an hourly wage
Extensive training provided and required with airfare/hotel expenses covered

Qualifications
Device Skills-

Experience working with a wide verity of cellphones, tablets, computers, and game consoles.
Skill & Requirements-(Salary – To be negotiated based on experience and qualifications)

Minimum high school diploma, plus additional experience of 3-6 months or more of electronic device repair/experience. You MUST have a resume in order to be considered, as we are looking to fill this position fairly quickly, having a well laid out summary of your experience only helps when reviewing candidates
Proficient with Microsoft Office, Google and email communication
Experience with a Point of Sale Systems and opening and closing procedures (preferred but not required)
Sales experience
Resourceful and motivated with a desire to learn
Ability to work independently as well as working with a team when needed
Ability to recognize trends in the repair industry
Ability to cross-train other employees.
Knowledge of parts suppliers, inventory management and control (preferred but not required)
Maintaining a clean, organized workspace and workstation
Consistent and accurate use of the Point-Of-Sale (POS) system to enter, track and close all customer transactions.
Sales/Customer Service-

Provide excellent customer service with clear communication
Personable, solution-based selling skills
A proactive approach to repairing and servicing a customer’s electronic devices
Cell Phone Repair Technician Compensation & Benefits-

Increased earning potential based upon performance
Employee compensation plan in addition to an hourly wage
Extensive training provided and required with airfare/hotel expenses covered

Application deadline / closing date
02/28/2019
Salary / rate of pay
12-13 per hour
Days and hours of employment
flexible
Flexible schedule?
(○) Yes

Travel required?
(○) No

Pay period
(○) Bi-weekly

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
open
Person or department to contact
Rahim Sidi
Business address
3930 Suite 104 Meridian Street
Work location (if different from above)
Bellingham
Email
rahim@cellphonerepair.com
Phone
360.922.7810
How to apply
email resume

Applications should include
[×] Resume

Ray of Hope Summer Camp Staff Positions

Job position / title
Ray of Hope Summer Camp Staff Positions
Name of business / employer
Rebound of Whatcom County
Job description / duties
Rebound of Whatcom County is a faith-based non-profit organization dedicated to connecting, empowering, and restoring vulnerable children throughout the county who have experienced, or are experiencing, difficult life challenges. Our six-week summer day program, Ray of Hope, is unlike any other available in Whatcom County, offering a full day of arts & crafts, recreation, field-trips, and small group discussion to more than 80 kids who attend each summer.

Ray of Hope staff members help create an atmosphere where children are safe, respected, encouraged and valued. We emphasize acceptance, creativity, cooperation, relationship-building, as well as teach skills to help children gain confidence as they face life’s obstacles. Ray of Hope leaders use their own life experiences to connect with kids, introducing them to empowering social skills and inspiring principles of faith through stories and relationship. Many of the social and emotional skills – along with the valuable life lessons that we seek to explore with children – depend on consistent mentoring relationships.

From unique arts and craft activities, team building recreation games, creative Thursday theme days, and quality small group time to field trips including ice skating, roller skating, swimming at Lake Samish, visiting Mindport Museum, Birch Bay Waterslides and more, Ray of Hope provides kids who need it most with incredible and memorable opportunities they might not otherwise have a chance to experience.

We have full time and part time positions available.

Full time positions: Monday through Friday varying from 7:30am-6:00pm

Group Leader (16 positions), $12.00 per hour

Group Leaders will be assigned in pairs to supervise, care for, and lead a group of 10-12 children throughout daily meals, activities, and field trips. Each pair of co-leaders will be responsible for working co-operatively to implement small group curriculum (provided), maintain group structure, and support positive behavior, as well as developing positive mentoring relationships with students in their assigned group.

Behavior Team member (4 positions), $12.50 per hour (Must have min. 1 year Group Leader experience)

Members of the Behavior Team will support Group Leaders by engaging in proactive and preventative behavioral interventions with children who need additional behavior support. Each Behavior Team member will work with two specific Ray of Hope child groups to support their children and leaders. Duties will include developing unique intervention plans, redirecting escalated students, providing general group assistance and support, and responding to immediate or emergent behavioral situations that arise throughout the day.
Part time positions: Monday through Friday varying from 10:30am-5:30pm

Group Leader (4 positions), $12.00 per hour

Part Time Group Leaders will be assigned to a “pod” (two groups) to help supervise, care for, and lead a group of 10-12 children throughout daily meals, activities, and field trips. All Group Leaders will be responsible for working co-operatively to implement small group curriculum (provided), maintain group structure, and support positive behavior, as well as developing positive mentoring relationships with students in their assigned group.

Recreation Coordinator (1 position) 20-25 hours/week @ $12.00/hour

The Recreation Coordinator will plan and facilitate indoor /outdoor recreational activities for groups of children aged 5-12. The Rec Coordinator will pick age appropriate activities that are suitable in a trauma-informed environment, with approval from the Rebound staff. The Rec Coordinator will also plan active educational enrichments, such as sports or gaming skills.

Arts Coordinator (1 position) 20-25 hours/week @ $12.00/hour

The Arts Coordinator will plan and facilitate age-appropriate arts and crafts for children aged 5-12, that are suitable in a trauma-informed environment and approved by Rebound staff. The Arts Coordinator will plan and communicate with Rebound staff regarding supplies and scheduling.

Lifeguard (1 position) 20-25 hours/week @ $12.00/hour

This part-time afternoon position will oversee 24 kids at a time, with assistance from a minimum of three other adults. They will go over water safety training as well as set boundaries and guidelines for the kids while at the lake. The Lifeguard position could become a full-time position if paired with another part-time position.

The dates listed below are mandatory availability requirements for camp meetings, trainings, and dates of program:

Saturday, May 18th: Mandatory Ray of Hope Staff Orientation

June 17th – June 21st: Training Week

June 20th – (9PM) to June 21st (8AM) Staff Retreat

June 24th – August 2nd: Dates of Camp

Saturday, August 3rd: Mandatory Staff Debrief & Cleanup

The location of 2019 Ray of Hope will be Happy Valley Elementary School. Camp is scheduled to start Monday June 24th and run through Friday August 2nd; however, snow day make-ups may impact these dates, which as a result are currently “tentative”.

Please click the following link (https://www.reboundfamilies.com/programs-1) and scroll down to the bottom of the page for the staff application. Once it is all filled out, you can either drop it off at our office (316 McLeod Rd Suite 102 Bellingham WA 98226) or email it to shelli@reboundfamilies.org

Qualifications
Should be 18 with a valid driver’s licence and insurance.
CPR Certified preferred.
STARS, MERIT account (if currently do not have, we provide help and information on how to create one).

Application deadline / closing date
05/15/2019
Salary / rate of pay
12.00-12.50/hour (returners DOE)
Days and hours of employment
June 17th-August 2nd: Monday-Friday; Hours range from 7:30am-6:00pm

 

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
Seasonal: Summer
Person or department to contact
Shelli Wood
Business address
316 McLeod Rd Suite 102 Bellingham WA 98226
Work location (if different from above)
Bellingham
Email
shelli@reboundfamilies.org
Phone
360.714.0700
How to apply
Please click the following link (https://www.reboundfamilies.com/programs-1) and scroll down to the bottom of the page for the staff application. Once it is all filled out, you can either drop it off at our office (316 McLeod Rd Suite 102 Bellingham WA 98226) or email it to the Program Director at shelli@reboundfamilies.org

Ray of Hope Summer Camp Staff Positions

Job position / title
Ray of Hope Summer Camp Staff Positions
Name of business / employer
Rebound of Whatcom County
Job description / duties
Rebound of Whatcom County is a faith-based non-profit organization dedicated to connecting, empowering, and restoring vulnerable children throughout the county who have experienced, or are experiencing, difficult life challenges. Our six-week summer day program, Ray of Hope, is unlike any other available in Whatcom County, offering a full day of arts & crafts, recreation, field-trips, and small group discussion to more than 80 kids who attend each summer.

Ray of Hope staff members help create an atmosphere where children are safe, respected, encouraged and valued. We emphasize acceptance, creativity, cooperation, relationship-building, as well as teach skills to help children gain confidence as they face life’s obstacles. Ray of Hope leaders use their own life experiences to connect with kids, introducing them to empowering social skills and inspiring principles of faith through stories and relationship. Many of the social and emotional skills – along with the valuable life lessons that we seek to explore with children – depend on consistent mentoring relationships.

From unique arts and craft activities, team building recreation games, creative Thursday theme days, and quality small group time to field trips including ice skating, roller skating, swimming at Lake Samish, visiting Mindport Museum, Birch Bay Waterslides and more, Ray of Hope provides kids who need it most with incredible and memorable opportunities they might not otherwise have a chance to experience.
We have full time and part time positions available.

Full time positions: Monday through Friday varying from 7:30am-6:00pm

Group Leader (16 positions), $12.00 per hour

Group Leaders will be assigned in pairs to supervise, care for, and lead a group of 10-12 children throughout daily meals, activities, and field trips. Each pair of co-leaders will be responsible for working co-operatively to implement small group curriculum (provided), maintain group structure, and support positive behavior, as well as developing positive mentoring relationships with students in their assigned group.

Behavior Team member (4 positions), $12.50 per hour (Must have min. 1 year Group Leader experience)

Members of the Behavior Team will support Group Leaders by engaging in proactive and preventative behavioral interventions with children who need additional behavior support. Each Behavior Team member will work with two specific Ray of Hope child groups to support their children and leaders. Duties will include developing unique intervention plans, redirecting escalated students, providing general group assistance and support, and responding to immediate or emergent behavioral situations that arise throughout the day.
Part time positions: Monday through Friday varying from 10:30am-5:30pm

Group Leader (4 positions), $12.00 per hour

Part Time Group Leaders will be assigned to a “pod” (two groups) to help supervise, care for, and lead a group of 10-12 children throughout daily meals, activities, and field trips. All Group Leaders will be responsible for working co-operatively to implement small group curriculum (provided), maintain group structure, and support positive behavior, as well as developing positive mentoring relationships with students in their assigned group.

Recreation Coordinator (1 position) 20-25 hours/week @ $12.00/hour

The Recreation Coordinator will plan and facilitate indoor /outdoor recreational activities for groups of children aged 5-12. The Rec Coordinator will pick age appropriate activities that are suitable in a trauma-informed environment, with approval from the Rebound staff. The Rec Coordinator will also plan active educational enrichments, such as sports or gaming skills.

Arts Coordinator (1 position) 20-25 hours/week @ $12.00/hour

The Arts Coordinator will plan and facilitate age-appropriate arts and crafts for children aged 5-12, that are suitable in a trauma-informed environment and approved by Rebound staff. The Arts Coordinator will plan and communicate with Rebound staff regarding supplies and scheduling.

Lifeguard (1 position) 20-25 hours/week @ $12.00/hour

This part-time afternoon position will oversee 24 kids at a time, with assistance from a minimum of three other adults. They will go over water safety training as well as set boundaries and guidelines for the kids while at the lake. The Lifeguard position could become a full-time position if paired with another part-time position.
The dates listed below are mandatory availability requirements for camp meetings, trainings, and dates of program:

Saturday, May 18th: Mandatory Ray of Hope Staff Orientation

June 17th – June 21st: Training Week

June 20th – (9PM) to June 21st (8AM) Staff Retreat

June 24th – August 2nd: Dates of Camp

Saturday, August 3rd: Mandatory Staff Debrief & Cleanup

The location of 2019 Ray of Hope will be Happy Valley Elementary School. Camp is scheduled to start Monday June 24th and run through Friday August 2nd; however, snow day make-ups may impact these dates, which as a result are currently “tentative”.

Please click the following link (https://www.reboundfamilies.com/programs-1) and scroll down to the bottom of the page for the staff application. Once it is all filled out, you can either drop it off at our office (316 McLeod Rd Suite 102 Bellingham WA 98226) or email it to shelli@reboundfamilies.org

Qualifications
Should be at least 18 with a valid driver’s licence and insurance.
CPR Certified preferred.
STARS, MERIT account (if currently do not have, we provide help and information on how to create one).

Application deadline / closing date
05/15/2019
Salary / rate of pay
12.00-12.50/hour (returners DOE)
Days and hours of employment
Monday-Friday; Hours range from 7:30am-6:00p

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
June 17th-August 2nd: Seasonal: Summer
Person or department to contact
Shelli Wood
Business address
316 McLeod Rd Suite 102 Bellingham WA 98226
Work location (if different from above)
Bellingham
Email
shelli@reboundfamilies.org
Phone
360.714.0700
How to apply
Please click the following link (https://www.reboundfamilies.com/programs-1) and scroll down to the bottom of the page for the staff application. Once it is all filled out, you can either drop it off at our office (316 McLeod Rd Suite 102 Bellingham WA 98226) or email it to the Program Director at shelli@reboundfamilies.org

Entry Level Locksmith

Job position / title
Entry Level Locksmith
Name of business / employer
A-1 Mobile Lock and Key
Job description / duties
Position Summary: The position is responsible for all locksmith tasks including the installation, repair and maintenance of all major types of locks and cutting keys both in shop and in the field.

Qualifications
Required Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent
Current valid driver’s license
Ability and experience using tools of the trade including but not limited to: hand tools, power tools, cordless drills, key machines, drill press, lock picks, grinders and wood chisels
2+ year of customer service experience, preferred but not required
Ability to follow all safety policies and procedures
Excellent time management and ability to multitask
Math skills measuring & addition/subtraction of fractions
Ability to make controlled manipulations of small objects to assemble locking devices
Honest and trustworthy
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong mechanical aptitude
Ability to pass background and credit check

Application deadline / closing date
05/01/2019
Salary / rate of pay
$12-14/hr in training (1-4 months depending on candidate); increase to $14-18+/hr after training
Days and hours of employment
8am – 5pm, Monday through Friday; some evenings and weekends required. On-call hours during the summer season.
Flexible schedule?
(○) No

Travel required?
(○) Yes

Pay period
(○) Bi-weekly
Person or department to contact
Alexandra Wagner
Business address
1956 S Burlington Blvd, Burlington, WA 98233
Email
alexwagner@opactive.com
Phone
206.870.1880 ext. 3025
How to apply
Job can be found at the following link:

https://a1mobilelock.prevueaps.com/jobs/

Applications should include
[×] Resume
[×] Cover letter

Purchasing Assistant

Purchasing Assistant

Closes On: March 3, 2019 at 04:30 PM PST

Location: Central Shop, Bellingham, WA 98225
Department: Public Works – Equipment Svcs
Job Status: Full-Time
Shift: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Days Worked: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri.
Status: Accepting Applications
Apply Now
Job Summary
Whatcom County Public Works has a vacancy for the Purchasing Assistant position, one of three employees working under the Purchasing Coordinator for Central Shop’s Equipment Services division.
Key duties of the Purchasing Assistant position include:
Assists with coordinating the purchase of supplies, materials, equipment and rentals.
Maintains and monitors inventory of stock, tools, parts, supplies and materials on hand, replacing and updating as required within assigned areas.
Issues, tracks and maintains equipment and driver fueling cards.
Researches parts and equipment both independently and in coordination with vendors.
Prepares and/or assists with the preparation of requisitions, specifications, cost and quantity estimates, purchase orders and bid documents.
Ensures expenditures remain within approved budget and purchasing policies.
Enters data and prepares necessary reports.
Operates a forklift and loader to unload and move freight as needed.
For more information please review the job description.
Work Location: Central Shop, 901 W. Smith Road, Bellingham.

Qualifications
Requires a high school diploma or GED AND 3 years of increasingly responsible purchasing experience in the automotive or heavy equipment field.
Experience serving departments engaged in construction and mechanical activities desired, including tools and components associated with vehicle and equipment mechanical repairs.
Requires the ability to lift and carry items weighing up to 50 pounds.
Background check must meet County criteria.
Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a valid driver’s license at time of hire and throughout employment.

Salary

This position is covered by the Teamsters Master Collective Bargaining Agreement with Whatcom County and paid according to the contract terms in pay range 110.0 ($18.12 – $27.12 per hour).
Hiring rate is within the first three steps of the salary range: $18.12 to $19.60 per hour, DOQ.
The County offers excellent benefits, paid holidays and vacation, and participation in the State Public Employees Retirement System (PERS).

Application Special Instructions

A Cover Letter and Resume are also required.  Please attach them to your online application using the Document Upload area at the bottom of the application.