Community Manager – Closes 6/1/17

Position Community Manager
Employer Coast Real Estate Services-Barkley Apartments
Job Description The basic functions of a Community Manager are to assist the Portfolio Manager in maintaining the physical asset and maximize the financial returns from that asset in accordance with the objectives while promoting the Company’s professional standards of quality. Responsible to hire, supervise, motivate all on-site staff and make recommendations for termination. Assists Portfolio Manager and supervisors with special projects and administrative tasks. Ensures staff compliance with company policies and procedures. Ensures staff performance of duties on a timely basis. Comply with the Washington State Residential Landlord & Tenant Act and all other governmental laws and regulations.

This is a full-time, temporary position for 90 days

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

A. Marketing and Leasing:

1. Show units and screen and select qualified residents;

2. Complete guest cards for all prospects who telephone or visit the property. Follow up with the prospects using the information on the guest card within 24 hours;

3. Review all newspaper advertising to ensure it is correct and the ad program is current;

4. Supervises Assistant Manager, Leasing and Marketing staff and Maintenance staff;

5. Visits competitive properties and assists in preparation of regular market surveys;

6. Prepares weekly reports for Portfolio Manager’s review every Monday;

7. Reviews all rental applications and lease forms for accuracy and compliance with resident policy and check all leases for accuracy and completion;

8. Make recommendations to improve marketing and leasing programs.

B. Resident Relations:

1. Responds to resident inquiries, complaints and concerns promptly;

2. Respond to Maintenance needs and Work Order requests promptly;

3. Implement rent collection program;

4. Supervises and implements move-in and move-out procedures;

5. Enforcement of apartment community rules and regulations.

C. Maintain the physical asset:

1. Supervises Maintenance staff, including maintenance supervisor and any contract workers;

2. Supervises scheduling of maintenance work;

3. Makes regular follow-up inspections on maintenance work, as assigned by On-Site Manager;

4. Establishes schedule of personnel for emergency maintenance;

5. Makes regular follow up inspections on maintenance work;

6. Makes regular inspections of grounds, including all common hallways;

7. Makes daily inspections of grounds, including common hallways;

8. Make-ready all vacant apartment units within expected timeline;

9. Makes recommendations for physical repairs, replacements and/or improvements;

10. Cleaning vacant apartments

11. Painting vacant apartments

12. Scheduling apartment turnover and maintaining apartments at acceptable levels of rent-readiness.

D. Financial Reporting and Control as directed by the Portfolio Manager:

1. Collects rents when due;

2. Properly execute journal receipts for monies collected;

3. Maintain accurate accounting records;

4. Assists in preparation of the budget;

5. Assists in reporting variances from the budget;

6. Assists in preparing monthly variance report;

7. Assists in approving invoices for payment;

8. Assists in preparing inventory of all equipment and supplies;

9. Reports accurate payroll information to the Payroll Department in a timely manner;

10. Requests Pre-approvals for overtime time pay from Portfolio Manager;

E. Administration as directed by the Portfolio Manager:

1. Maintenance of property files and records;

2. Supervises the handling of any emergency that may arise on-site;

3. Assists in reviewing market rents to ensure proper rates are being charged, monitors delinquencies, NSF and bad debt procedures to assure timely collection of rents, or evictions;

4. Communicates all problems and makes recommendations to Portfolio Manager in a reasonable time frame;

5. Implement effective time management;

6. Provides satisfactory documentation to ensure fair and timely resolution of disputes or issues with residents, employees or others;

7. Demonstrate leadership, and promote professionalism through appearance, attitude and communication skills;

8. Keep rental office clean, neat, and organized.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Supervises all on-site staff;

2. Ensure that work assignments are performed in accordance with OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Act) standards at all times;

3. Ensure employee compliance with the Washington State Residential Landlord & Tenant Act and all other governmental laws and regulations.

Dates of employment: 06/12/2017-09/30/2017

Qualification To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below 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.

1. Ability to handle finances and work within a budget;

2. Appearance compatible with image of property, positive attitude, good sense of humor, energetic, assertive and capable role model for subordinates;

3. Demonstrated integrity on personal as well as professional level;

4. Exceptional communication skills;

5. Attentive to details;

6. Ability to interact with a wide range of people;

7. Ability to solve problems involving residents, personnel, finances, equipment failure, emergency situations, etc.;

8. Ability and willingness to substitute for any leasing responsibility, unit cleaning, grounds pick-up, receptionist, and other work as may be reasonably directed by the Portfolio Manager.

REASONING ABILITIES – Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to:

1. Use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls;

2. Reach with hands and arms;

3. Talk and hear;

4. Frequently walk, sit, climb or balance;

5. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds;

6. Occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl;

7. Taste or smell.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
Other duties as assigned.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Compensation

$18-$20 DOE
Days/Hours Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm  Dates of employment: 06/12/2017-09/30/2017
Contact Info Lauren Kennedy, 3126 Racine St. Bellingham WA  EMAIL:    barkley@coastmgt.com
How to Apply  Email Resume to barkley@coastmgt.com
Position Closes June 1, 2017

WorkSource Whidbey Center Coordinator – Closes 3/31/17

Position WorkSource Whidbey Center Coordinator
Employer Northwest Workforce Council
Job Description POSITION OVERVIEW
The Center Coordinator is the principal day-to-day on-site operations manager of the WorkSource Center. Under supervision of the off-site NWC’s Regional Manager, the position plans and manages the daily operations of the WorkSource Whidbey Center.
· As the first point of contact in the Center, this position greets customers, performs triage, and provides direct services to both job seekers and employers. The position works in a partnership environment that promotes collaborative customer-centered services, customized to the individual circumstances. In the WorkSource environment, ensures universal access and guides customers to effectively use all available career and related services, through direct provision and/or coordination with partner agencies and/or referral to community resources.
· Provides direct case management to select eligible participants in job search activities; identifies barriers and solutions that supports engagement and positive performance outcomes.
· Position available at WorkSource Whidbey Career Center (Oak Harbor).

Work location:  265 NE Kettle St. #102, Oak Harbor, WA 98277

Qualification ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE
Graduation from a four-year college or university with major course work in business, social sciences, counseling, vocational guidance, education or related field, or a combination of education and experience which provides:
· Ability to simultaneously develop, manage, and coordinate diverse program services with numerous agencies, business customers, educational institutions, and trainees
· Ability to understand and solve employment-related problems of diverse groups
· Familiarity with the local area labor market
· Understand computer technology, proficient and accurate in MS Word, Excel, Internet, e
mail and data collection systems; Proficiency in Access preferred.
· Experience or background in career information resources including electronic job search
tools, basic skills required by employers, school-to-work and military to civilian transition
· Ability to facilitate group training and motivate job seekers using a formal curriculum and established learner objectives
· Adapt easily to changing business needs, processes, and work responsibilities
· Must communicate effectively with co-workers and stakeholders with a variety of methods, including excellent written and oral communication skills. Must possess good presentation skills. High degree of professional and personal organizational skills
· Communication skills demonstrated through 1) experience providing direction and coaching to others on work assignments; 2) acting as a liaison and communicating with internal and external stakeholders to accomplish goals and meet deadlines; 3) experience providing input to leadership and/or teams regarding decisions for process improvement or problem resolution
· Knowledge of community service/support agencies
· Able to work cooperatively and as a team member with co-workers and stakeholders in a professional manner. Build and maintains collaborative results-oriented partnerships.
· Customer service skills demonstrated through experience recognizing and anticipating customer needs, responding to customer needs in a timely manner, and experience making recommendations for improved services based on the customer’s perspective
· Able to develop strategies that address business customer needs and job seeker capabilities
· Valid Washington state driver license required

Compensation

$2940/month
Days/Hours M-F 8am-5pm
Contact Info 101 Prospect St, Bellingham   EMAIL:     HR@workforcenorthwest.org
How to Apply If you are results-focused, enjoy working in a fast-paced team environment and want to be part of an organization that contributes to the economic vitality of the North Puget Sound region, we invite you to read the full details of this exciting opportunity and the complete application requirements on our website: http://www.nwboard.org/about/employment.html.

Only qualified applicants will be contacted. Applications accepted until position is filled.
EO/AA/ADA institution

Position Closes March 31, 2017

Coordinator – Closes 3/31/17

Position Coordinator
Employer Northwest Workforce Council
Job Description THE POSITION OVERVIEW
The Coordinator performs work to deliver employment and/or vocational training services to job seekers and workforce services to businesses. The Coordinator’s job is to link between and within systems and industries in order to help individuals at all steps in their career path and become self-sufficient through employment.
* Ongoing coordination for trainees and job seekers including: recruitment, determination of eligibility, assessment, development of an employment and training plan and assistance with job search
* Services to meet businesses’ workforce skill needs
Qualification SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Graduation from a four-year college with major course work in business, social sciences, counseling, vocational guidance, education or related field, or a combination of education and experience which provides:
* Knowledge of techniques for interviewing, motivating, and conducting occupational assessment, vocational guidance and counseling
* Knowledge in career information resources including electronic job search tools, basic skills required by employers
* Able to develop strategies that address business customer needs and job seeker capabilities
* Ability to facilitate group training and motivate job seekers using a formal curriculum and established learner objectives
* Ability to understand, assess and meet business customer needs
* Adapt easily to changing business needs, processes and work responsibilities of the employer
* Ability to demonstrate effective, independent problem solving skills
* Understand the basic principles of teamwork; knowledge of process improvement techniques
* Excellent written and oral communication skills, high degree of professional and personal organizational skills
* Proficient and accurate in MS Office, Internet, e-mail, and data collection systems

Compensation

$3098/month
Days/Hours M-F 8am-5pm
Contact Info 101 Prospect St, Bellingham   EMAIL:     HR@workforcenorthwest.org
How to Apply If you are results-focused, enjoy working in a fast-paced team environment and want to be part of an organization that contributes to the economic vitality of the North Puget Sound region, we invite you to read the full details of this exciting opportunity and the complete application requirements on our website: http://www.nwboard.org/about/employment.html.

Only qualified applicants will be contacted. Applications accepted until position is filled.
EO/AA/ADA institution

Position Closes March 31, 2017

Fiscal and Program Support Specialist – Closes 3/31/17

Position Fiscal and Program Support Specialist
Employer Northwest Workforce Council
Job Description POSITION OVERVIEW
The Fiscal & Program Support Specialist position provides high level support to senior management team members of Northwest Workforce Council (NWC), a private, not-for-profit corporation operating employment and training programs in Island, San Juan, Skagit and Whatcom counties. This position is based in Bellingham.

The Fiscal & Program Support Specialist provides financial, administrative, and clerical support key to organizational performance and the provision of quality services. The Support Specialist position has two distinct areas of responsibilities: Program and Fiscal Support. This position works as part of a team on a wide range of activities, with an emphasis on fiscal support. NWC uses the Abilia Fund Accounting “MIP” system.

Fiscal & Program support includes assignments which require considerable judgment and initiative in resolving problems. Duties include a variety of complex fiscal and technical support tasks including collecting and summarizing data, managing databases, creating reports and performing specific fiscal department support functions.

The position requires the ability to complete tasks within timelines and to work independently, as necessary, to complete projects.

Qualification ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
• Minimum AA degree with major coursework in business, accounting or data management; and three to four years paid work experience in financial or data management or general accounting in an office environment. A Bachelor Degree with a major in accounting or business may be substituted for two years of experience. Strong candidates lacking these credentials, but with a solid combination of education and work experience that demonstrate the skills, knowledge and abilities required to perform the job will be considered. Must have proven math and accounting skills.
• Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Access and Word. Abila Fund Accounting (MIP) software system experience preferred.
• Knowledge of accounting principles and practices; ability to perform complex accounts payable and tax filing duties with minimum supervision.
• Ability to interpret and analyze accounting data and complex accounting or fiscal reports.
• Ability to establish and follow detailed work procedures.
• Demonstrated ability to participate as a team player with effective communication and problem solving skills.
• Ability to work in a fast-paced, time sensitive environment with consistent and strong organizational and problem solving skills; attention to detail, and an eye for a high level of accuracy.
• Proven and effective oral and written communication skills; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external customers.

Compensation

$2940/month
Days/Hours M-F 8am-5pm
Contact Info 101 Prospect St, Bellingham   EMAIL:     HR@workforcenorthwest.org
How to Apply If you are results-focused, enjoy working in a fast-paced team environment and want to be part of an organization that contributes to the economic vitality of the North Puget Sound region, we invite you to read the full details of this exciting opportunity and the complete application requirements on our website: http://www.nwboard.org/about/employment.html.

Only qualified applicants will be contacted. Applications accepted until position is filled.
EO/AA/ADA institution

Position Closes March 31, 2017

WorkSource Job Fair!! 3/29/17

Work Source

Position WorkSource Job Fair!!
Employer
Job Description WorkSource Whatcom’s Job Fair will hose up to 50 different businesses seeking to hire.

Industries will include:  Maintenance and Repair, Transportation, Aerospace, Energy Sector, Health Care, Communications, Entertainment, Construction, Human Services, Technology, Manufacturing, Retail, Government!!

Bring your resume and be prepared to meet with representatives who may interview on the spot or require an online application.

The first 30 minutes of the Job Fair is Reserved for Veterans only access (10:00am – 10:30am)

Location of Job Fair:

St. Luke’s Community Health Center, 3333 Squalicum Parkway, Bellingham, WA

 

Qualification Each job qualifications will vary

Compensation

Not specified
Days/Hours Not specified
Contact Info William Adamek – 360-416-3572  EMAIL:  wadamek@esd.wa.gov

Rudy Cortez – 360-676-3271  EMAIL:  rcortez@esd.wa.gov

How to Apply Bring your resume and be prepared for interview!
Position Closes March 29, 2017, 10am – 1pm

Engineering Manager – Development – Closes 4/2/17

Position Community Health Specialist I – Developmental Disabilities
Employer Whatcom County
Job Description
Job Summary:

Whatcom County Public Works is seeking a proven leader to serve as Engineering Manager for the Development division of Engineering Services.  The Development division is responsible for the review of engineering and survey requirements for land development projects, including preliminary and final subdivisions, short subdivisions, master planned developments, commercial developments, boundary line adjustments, and land disturbance permits.  Primary duties include:

  • Performing engineering review and inspection of land development projects.
  • Providing critical review of design calculations and construction plans assuring compliance with adopted standards and requirements.
  • Working with land developers & property owners.
  • Assisting in the development of master plans for transportation systems, facilities and features.
  • Supervising the inspection of development project construction for conformity with approved plans and legal requirements.

Overseeing a team of 5 engineering staff.

Click here for full job description.

Qualification Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or a related field AND five years of progressively responsible professional engineering experience related to the area of assignment INCLUDING two years of supervisory experience and one year as a Registered Professional Engineer.

Experience in the public sector and with intergovernmental or interagency agreements is preferred.

Compensation

$6,641 – $9,092 per month
Days/Hours Full-time
Contact Info Human Resources, 311 Grand Avenue, Bellingham, WA  EMAL:  HR@co.whatcom.wa.us
How to Apply Please attach a Cover Letter and Resume to your online application using the Document Upload area within the application. http://www.co.whatcom.wa.us/1675/Current-Job-Openings
Position Closes April 2, 2017 at 4;30PM

Staff Accountant – Open Until Filled

Position Staff Accountant – Tacoma
Employer Catholic Community Services/Catholic Housing Services 
Job Description Program Description:

Our mission at Catholic Community Services is to serve all people, especially the poor and most vulnerable, with compassion, love and respect. The Tahoma Family Center, housed in the renovated St. Leo High School Building in the heart of Tacoma’s Hilltop Neighborhood, is the hub for more than 25 different programs. By carefully integrating our services with those of other agencies in the community, we are able to mend broken lives and nourish self-sufficiency within individuals and families throughout Pierce County.

Position Description:

Under the direction of the Accounting Manager, the Staff Accountant is responsible for all aspects of Accounts Payable and Payroll.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

AP Duties

  • Verify Check Requests (Purchase Orders)
    • Accompanied by an original invoice
    • Authorized per Agency policies prior to payment
  • Prepare Check Printing
    • Ensure Amount and Payee agree to supporting documentation
  • Determine proper program distribution and general ledger classification
  • 1099 MIS tax report: Determine vendor’s 1099 status to maintain appropriate documents, ensure the accuracy of 1099 status coding in accounts payable system, complete 1099 & 1096 reports annually for submission to vendors.
  • Reconcile accounts payable subsidiary report to the General Ledger Control Account monthly.
    • Identify and resolve reconciling items
  • Facilitate the resolution of differences between purchase orders and vendor statements
    • Working directly with vendors
  • Maintain employee payroll records in ADP
    • Including cost center distribution
    • Rate of pay
    • Withholding allowance
    • Payroll deductions
    • Net pay distributions
    • Validate pay data entries and employee changes before sending information to ADP to generate pay checks
  • Maintain data entry of hourly and salaried information to ADP for current period payroll checks
    • Transmit to ADP
    • Review and verify ADP payroll reports for accuracy prior to payroll check distribution
  • Reconcile salary, benefits, payroll taxes and other deductions from ADP reports to the general ledger after each payroll.
  • Prepare General Ledger journal entry from ADP reports for salaries, benefits, and taxes
    • Determine proper program and general ledger distribution pursuant to agency policies
    • Audit & reconcile GL accounts on a regular basis
  • Determine agency liability for unemployment and L&I using ADP reports
    • Provide information to CCS of Western Washington
  • Accrued vacation adjustments
    • Reconcile accrued vacation balances to the general ledger monthly
  • Retirement Benefits
    • Balance retirement accounts monthly
  • Prepare and accrue liabilities for monthly closing to produce financial statements
  • Annual Regional Office Audit
    • Assist in providing information related to accounts payable, cash disbursements and expenses
  • Assume any other responsibilities as may be reasonably assigned.

AR Duties

  • Prepare billing documents and invoices for submission to various funding sources. Ensure timely submission of invoices to facilitate agency cash flow.  Maintain, prepare, and/or collect data necessary to prepare accurate and timely billings.
  • Post/code deposit information to the accounts receivable subsidiary ledger. Follow up on payment discrepancies with the various funding sources.  Monitor receivable balances and issue refunds pursuant to agency policy.
  • Review invoices/billing documents for compliance with contract requirements related to revenue reimbursement. Tracks and monitors receipt of authorizations required by funding sources.  Prepares information for programs to facilitate the authorization process.
  • Maintain billing and cash receipt files.
  • Maintain aged receivables listing. Ensure the Accounting Director and Program Managers receive accurate and timely reports on a monthly basis for management decision making purposes.  Monitor aged receivables and facilitate the collection of past due accounts.  Provide billing and payment history information to program staff upon request.
  • Maintain accurate client history information of billings and cash receipts through the subsidiary accounts receivable system.
  • Reconcile receivable, cash receipt, and revenue balances to the general ledger on a monthly basis and resolve any reconciling items in a timely manner. Prepare and post accounts receivable, cash receipt, and revenue journal entries to the general ledger.
  • Write off past due accounts as requested and approved by the Accounting Director or Program Manager.
  • Assist in providing information related to receivables, cash receipts and revenue for the annual regional office’s audit.
  • Assumes any other responsibilities as may be reasonably assigned.
Qualification Minimum Qualifications

·      AA in Accounting or related field

  • Two years experience working in the accounting field
  • Demonstrated ability to function as a member of a team
  • Strong computer skills especially in Windows, Excel, Access and accounting software packages like MAS 200, and ADP
  • Good Communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to work in a busy/diverse environment
  • Applicant must successfully pass required background checks prior to an offer of employment.
  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services
  • Support and contribute to a creative, collaborative and respectful environment that promotes teamwork
  • Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situation

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting.
  • Experience working in a non-profit environment.
  • Experience with MAS200 accounting software.
  • Experience with ADP payroll software.

Compensation

$16.74 to $20.92 HR/DOE
Days/Hours Full-Time with benefits
Contact Info  http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=hr_careers
How to Apply Please go to https://careers-ccsww.icims.com/ to submit your resume, cover letter and application for this position.
Position Closes Open until filled

Marine Systems & Electrical Designer – Closes 5/31/17

Position Marine Systems & Electrical Designer
Employer All American Marine, Inc.
All American Marine is an internationally recognized manufacturer of aluminum high performance passenger ferries, research vessels and other custom manufactured work boats. We are looking for skilled individuals who are exceptional team players, easy to work with, who enjoy their work and have good people skills.

Currently, we have open: a Marine Systems and Electrical Designer position requiring proficiency with CAD and 3D modeling and the development and outlining of mechanical, piping, electrical, and interior systems plans, drawings and designs.

If you have these basic requirements and are looking for a position where you will work on fascinating projects, using state-of-the-art materials and processes while receiving a good compensation package, consider the following:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Develop and outline mechanical, piping, electrical, and interior systems plans, drawings and designs, inclusive of parts and quantities for contracted jobs.
2. Provide other technical drawings where needed or dependent upon circumstances.
3. Provide technical assistance to, and act as a resource base for, production crew.
4. Organize and maintain drawings and bid sections of network archives.
5. Assists with USCG or other regulatory agency monitoring or compliance functions.

Qualification Skills, Knowledge, Abilities:
Required:
• Detail oriented.
• CAD and Microsoft Office program knowledge.
• 3D drawing and modeling capability.
• Electrical Theory: calculating electrical loads, wire sizes, etc.
• Design of AC/DC panels. (Preferred)
• Climb stairs and ladders, work in confined spaces.

All American Marine is an Equal Opportunity Employer. As required by 41 CFR 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a), qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

Compensation

negotiable
Days/Hours Mon – Thurs. 6:00 am – 4:30 pm
Contact Info Laura Smit, 200 Harris Ave., WA   EMAIL: lsmit@allamericanmarine.com
How to Apply We accept applications online only. Please go to www.allamericanmarine.com/about/job-opportunities. Click on the position you would like to apply for. Please read the job description carefully. If you meet these requirements, please apply.
Position Closes May 31, 2017

Warehouse Attendant – Closes 5/31/17

All American Marine, Inc.

Position Warehouse Attendant
Employer
Job Description All American Marine is an internationally recognized manufacturer of aluminum high performance passenger ferries; NOAH research vessels and other custom manufactured high-speed work boats. We are looking for skilled individuals who are exceptional team players, easy to work with, who enjoy their work and have good people skills.

Currently, we have open: a Warehouse Attendant position requiring the ability to pay attention to detail, good organizational skills, and intermediate proficiency level of QuickBooks, MS Word and Excel.

If you have these basic requirements and are looking for a position where you will work on fascinating projects, using state-of-the-art materials and processes while receiving a good compensation package, consider the following:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Load/unload deliveries, pick up parts and supplies.
2. Assist in setting up and shifting storage locations in consideration of such factors as available space, turnover, and convenience of handling.
3. Assists in inventory by counting items in bins or other locations and helping to determine basis for over, short, or misplaced items.
4. Ensures a presence, with or without the Warehouse Supervisor, in the tool room at all times. production work is being performed. Receives and verifies items against receiving documents.
5. Records and store specific boat components/materials in designated location by job number.
6. Recommends for stock items that are in short supply for various reasons and for items not previously stocked but which have been requested by employees.

Qualification • Ability to pay attention to detail. Methodical approach to performing work functions.
• Current Drivers License and good driving habits.
• Intermediate proficiency level of QuickBooks, MS Word and Excel pertinent to work functions.
• Able to lift 50 lbs, climb stairs and ladders, work in heights.

Compensation

TBD
Days/Hours 6:00 to 4:30
Contact Info Laura Smit, 200 Harris Ave. Bellingham, WA  EMAIL:  lsmit@allamericanmarine.com
How to Apply Please go to www.allamericanmarine.com/about/job-opportunities to see available job openings. Click on the job you wish to apply for. Once you have read the job description and feel you have the qualifications, please fill in the job applications.
Position Closes May 31, 2017

Customer Support Specialist – Closes 4/30/17

Position Customer Support Specialist
Employer POS-X LLC
Job Description As a Customer Service Specialist working out of our Bellingham office, your primary job function will be to provide industry-leading customer service, including technical support, on our point-of-sale terminals and peripherals via phone, chat, remote desktop and email to our dealers and end users.

JOB DUTIES

Provide expert technical support to dealers and end users

Troubleshoot via phone, online chat, and emails

Perform remote desktop sessions to aid in troubleshooting process

Issue Return Materials Authorizations (RMAs) and follow through with the RMA process

Record detailed notes on hardware issues within our repairs system

Rotating After Hours on-call

Repair and clean computer hardware and peripherals to a like new condition

Qualification
  • Extensive computer hardware and software knowledge.
  • 2-year technical degree or equivalent experience
  • Ability to proficiently troubleshoot technical hardware issues
  • High attention to detail with the ability to learn on the fly
  • Friendly professional personality with ability to keep composure during difficult calls
  • Bilingual (English – Spanish) is a plus

Compensation

DOE
Days/Hours 5 days/wk 8hrs/day and on-call
Contact Info HR, 1975 Midway Ln, Bellingham, WA 98226 EMAIL:  hr@pos-x.com
How to Apply Online at http://www.pos-x.com/careers/
Position Closes April 30, 2017