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

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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.

Maintenance & Operations Public Works

Assistant Superintendent – Maintenance & Operations Public Works
Salary Range: $5,958 – $8,126 per month, DOQ Closing Date: March 7, 2019 at 4:30 PM

Whatcom County Public Works Department is seeking an experienced professional to fill the Assistant Superintendent position in the Maintenance & Operations division. This position helps oversee and manage a 70+ person crew and serves as a crucial link between the public, local municipalities, utility and construction companies, and County staff on maintenance and construction related issues and projects.
Primary duties include:

• Developing, scheduling and prioritizing work plans for assigned crews for the construction, repair, inspection and maintenance of County roadways, drainage structures, ferry docks and approximately 150 County bridges.

• Overseeing annual dry dock maintenance activities for the Lummi Island Ferry.

• Assisting with the development and monitoring of an approximately $14 million annual division budget, and managing assigned programs and staff in a manner that ensures expenditures remain within approved budget.

• Coordinating maintenance and construction programs and schedules with the Whatcom County Engineering division.

• Supervising assigned staff, evaluating performance, and participating in the selection of new employees.

• Ensuring compliance with department and county policies and procedures, collective bargaining agreements, environmental regulations and legal requirements.

• Providing on-call 24/7 response for coordination of Public Works activities related to emergencies and storm events.
Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or a related field and 6 years of progressively responsible road construction and maintenance experience, including a minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience;

OR

Associate’s degree in Civil Engineering or a related field and 8 years of progressively responsible road construction and maintenance experience, including a minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience;

OR

High School diploma or GED and 8 years of progressively responsible road construction and maintenance experience, including a minimum of 4 years of supervisory experience.

Must be proficient with Microsoft Office software suite.

Experience supervising work crews in a public sector unionized environment preferred.

Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a valid driver’s license
Must be eligible to cross between the United States and Canada
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

Juvenile Detention Officer

Juvenile Detention Officer I Juvenile Detention
Salary: $19.96 – $29.67 /hour Closing Date: February 26, 2019 at 4:30 PM
These position has a bona fide occupational qualification that must be filled by a female. Would you enjoy the challenge of working as part of a team committed to the goal of rehabilitating juvenile offenders? Do you have the ability to exert a calming influence and gain the cooperation of people in crisis or emotionally charged situations? Do you enjoy and have experience working with at-risk youth? If you are looking for a rewarding work that will have a positive impact on our community, Whatcom County is interested in learning more about your qualifications and experience to fill this key role in the Whatcom County’s Juvenile Detention Center. Juvenile Detention is a safe and secure environment for youth who have been arrested pending a court appearance or who have been sentenced to serve time after a court appearance. The Juvenile Detention Officer position serves a critical role ensuring a humane, safe and rehabilitative environment for juvenile offenders.

Key Duties Include:
• Monitoring the detention facility security to ensure the safety of juveniles and staff

• Directing and/or participating in activities and programs for juveniles

• Escorting juveniles to appointments, as well as overseeing visits from authorized visitors

• Documenting observations of daily behaviors, including writing reports

Qualifications Requires:

a high school diploma or GED AND two years of experience working with youth or two years of experience in residential treatment and supervision, military security or supervision. OR Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice or closely related field. Experience with at-risk youth and security is desired. A bachelor’s degree in social sciences or criminology is desired.
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

2019 TUTORING Positions in Bellingham (K-12)

Job position / title
2019 TUTORING Positions in Bellingham (K-12)
Name of business / employer
The Find a Tutor Network
Job description / duties
Part-time *2019 TUTORS* needed for all subjects and age-levels in (and around) the BELLINGHAM area – multiple tutoring locations available, including near campus, so no long commutes will ever be required.

Currently our company has an immediate need for tutors who are able to work right away during the Winter / Spring months of 2019, and even beyond. We need tutors NOW as the amount of “Tutoring Requests” we’ve been receiving from parents/students has increased substantially in the last few weeks.

This increase is due to students in grades K-12 requiring more homework support and all-around academic tutoring as the second half of the school year moves into full swing…

As a tutor you will be able to pick and choose which local students that you’d like to work with. Additionally tutors get to set their own hours, and their own weekly tutoring schedules.

We are looking to hire a variety of local tutors who can work part-time roughly 2-10 hours per week. All tutoring is conducted one-on-one at a neutral location such as a library, on campus, or a nearby coffee shop. Tutoring does NOT take place in students’ homes. Coffee shops seem to be the most popular tutoring locations for both students and tutors alike.

Qualifications
Because of our immediate demand for tutors at this time, prior tutoring experience is NOT required to be a busy and successful tutor.

Even “rookie tutors” will have full tutoring schedules. As stated previously, tutors must be able to meet their students (tutees) at a local place in common (library, coffee shop, campus, etc) where the tutoring takes place.

NO long commutes are ever required and if the tutoring location is close, possessing a car is not necessary.

Application deadline / closing date
04/14/2019
Salary / rate of pay
$25+/hour
Days and hours of employment
Flexible weekly, part-time tutoring schedules. Will vary by each tutor
Flexible schedule?
(○) Yes

Travel required?
(○) No

Pay period
(○) Weekly

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
Open-ended tutoring positions
Person or department to contact
Ryan Howard
Business address
National Headquarters: 19744 Beach Blvd, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Work location (if different from above)
Bellingham, WA
Email
ryan@thefindatutornetwork.com
Phone
800.413.3475
How to apply
If you are interested in tutoring right away during the Winter / Spring months of 2019 (and even beyond), please send an email inquiry to:

ryan@thefindatutornetwork.com

-OR- you may submit your resume via this online job posting system

NOTE – you should also email us from your “non-edu” email account (i.e. gmail, yahoo, etc.), as we are an “OFF-CAMPUS” employer.

Program Coordinator – International Programs

Job position / title
Program Coordinator – International Programs
Name of business / employer
Experience International (www.expint.org)
Job description / duties
Experience International seeks an efficient and detail-oriented individual to provide support to its programs and participants. Participants are located around the world and include university students, career professionals, host organizations, and foreign partner agencies.

The Program Coordinator will work with a full-time team of four in an open office setting in downtown Bellingham. Most of the work is computer-based and interaction with participants is by phone, email and Skype.

Experience International (EI) is a small, non-profit educational organization that facilitates study tours and internship/cultural immersion opportunities for Americans (outbound) and Internationals (inbound). EI is an official sponsor organization for the U.S. State Department’s J-1 Exchange Visitor Program. Through this program, qualified foreign nationals are matched to quality host companies for training programs. This position is primarily dedicated to supporting the J-1 Exchange Visitor Program.

Our overall mission is to embrace and create opportunities for international understanding and human resource development through technical and cultural exchange in a wide spectrum of disciplines including but not limited to agriculture and natural resources.
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:

J-1 Exchange Visitor Program: Support, coordinate and monitor Experience International’s inbound J1 Exchange Visitor Program.
a. Screen, interview, process, track, monitor, and evaluate J-1 participants
b. Collect, coordinate and maintain required host/visitor/partner applications, agreements, and supplemental materials
c. Conduct written, phone and Skype communication with participants (hosts, partners and international visitors) and document interactions
d. Have command of, explain, and monitor compliance with Federal Regulations and EI policies
e. Invoice hosts & visitors, track payments, and follow up
f. Write and edit individualized narrative and formal training plans for participants given host description of site and training
g. Work with hosts to improve and develop training plans, provide education
h. Follow marketing plan to expand network of host organizations and placement sites
i. Coordinate change of placements and program extensions
j. Oversee report collection, tracking and review for all participants (trainee, intern, host, outbound, Study Tours, NIEA). Follow up on comments and problems.
k. Oversee and/or enroll and track program participants’ insurance coverage throughout their program
l. Oversee or perform collection and tracking of arrival and departure documents
m. Oversee or produce certificates and letters of recommendation upon completion of program
n. Conduct occasional pre-departure and arrival orientations to educate participants about intercultural adaptation, safe practices, maintaining legal status in the U.S., and their training plan
o. After first year, act as ARO in SEVIS for Trainee and Intern Programs
Northwest International Education Association: Assist with NIEA’s academic J1 Program for Professors, Research Scholars and Short-Term Scholars
a. After first year, act as ARO for NIEA
b. Correspond with NIEA member institutions to collect Professor, ST Scholar, and Research Scholar applications and documents. Process documents; prepare packets and DS2019s
c. Solicit and track NIEA member and participant reports
d. Understand, have command of, and remain current with related Federal Regulations

Office Management
a. Provide phone reception and refer phone calls accordingly. Provide program info and advice.
b. Recommend and document best management practices for overall office efficiency
c. Review, monitor, and update office procedures
d. Manage Access database: overseeing entering and updating computer records; generating reports, merges and queries
e. Supervise bank deposits, FedEx and DHL accounts, and mail
f. Produce reports of staff meetings, retreats, and other program activities
g. Inventory and order supplies
h. Maintain office printer, copier, and computer software/hardware
Market program and develop promotional & program materials
a. Develop and update program materials for all participants
b. Take lead on producing EV/Host/Alumni newsletters 2-3 times per year
c. Update website, Facebook and other social media regularly
Represent the Experience International Program
a. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with Program Partners, Alumni, Hosts, and Visitors
b. Serve as an information resource and respond to requests for information
c. Represent EI at occasional networking events, conferences, and site visits after first two years

Qualifications
Required
o Post-secondary degree
o Minimum of two years professional office work experience
o Excellent oral, written and phone communication skills
o Strong attention to detail including number and word accuracy
o Investigative and research skills
o Marketing, promotion, website development and/or social media skills
o Competency with entire MS Office Suite and Outlook
o Commitment to a long-term position at EI (minimum two years)
o Commitment to EI organization and mission
o U.S. citizenship
Preferred
o Agricultural Education and/or agriculture experience
o International experience
o Non-profit sector experience
o Experience with graphic design/graphic expression

Application deadline / closing date
02/28/2019
Salary / rate of pay
38,000 per year
Days and hours of employment
M-F, 8am-4:30pm
Flexible schedule?
(○) Yes

Travel required?
(○) No

Pay period
(○) Monthly

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
Beginning April 1, 2019, permanent
Person or department to contact
info@expint.org
Business address
1111 West Holly St.
Work location (if different from above)
Bellingham
Email
info@expint.org
Phone
360.966.3876
How to apply
To apply, email the following to info@expint.org
• Current CV or Resume that provides specific detail on previous job responsibilities
• Cover letter that clearly addresses how you meet each of the “required qualifications” and, if relevant, how you meet the “preferred qualifications”. Please also address why you think you are the right person to fill this position and how you will contribute to the overall Experience International mission. Incomplete cover letters will not be considered or responded to.

Experience International has a multi-step application process. Candidates who pass the first step will be asked to submit two letters of recommendation and their college transcript.

Candidates passing the second step will be selected for an interview and will complete a short writing assignment and computer skills test after the interview. If selected for the position, there will be a 3-month probation period and training will be ongoing for six months. Background checks are required on finalists.

For best consideration, please submit application materials by February 28. No phone calls please.

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

Custodian

Custodian

Closes On: February 18, 2019 at 04:30 PM PST

Location: County Courthouse, Bellingham, WA 98225
Department: Administrative Services – Facilities
Job Status: Full-Time
Shift: 5:00 PM – 1:00 AM
Days Worked: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri.
Status: Accepting Applications
Apply Now
Job Summary
Would you enjoy the challenge of:
A variety of janitorial tasks to maintain multiple County facilities during swing shift hours?
Working successfully in a fast-paced environment as part of a team?
Applying your first-rate attention to detail to consistently meet cleanliness standards?
If you answered yes, Whatcom County is interested in learning more about your qualifications and experience, and about how you can best serve and improve county government by filling this key role in the Facilities Division of the Administrative Services Department.

This position performs a variety of janitorial tasks related to the day-to-day cleaning and basic maintenance of County facilities under limited supervision during swing shift hours (5:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.)

Works with various tools, equipment, and machinery and participates as a member of a team.
Supervisor: Custodial Coordinator
Visit the Job Description Page for more details about this specific job.

Qualifications
Requires a high school diploma or GED AND 2 years of recent experience as a custodian working for a commercial firm or public institution OR completion of a certified janitorial training course.
Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a valid driver’s license at time of hire and throughout employment.
Background check must meet County criteria for security sensitive positions.
Must pass pre-employment physical capacities test.

Salary

Master Collective Bargaining Agreement
Range 106.1
Salary Range: $15.91-$23.69/hr

Summer Camp Program Staff

Job position / title
Summer Camp Program Staff
Name of business / employer
City of Bellingham
Job description / duties
Accepting online applications only at http://www.cob.org/jobs
Application deadline: 4:30 PM Friday, March 1, 2019

Bellingham Parks & Recreation is seeking enthusiastic, fun and energetic leaders to join our staff for Summer Camp!

Employment runs from June 17 – August 23, 2019. Hours are Monday – Friday, 7:30-4, 8-4:30, 9:30-6, 8:30-4:30 pm depending on job assignment. A paid ninety-minute onboarding session must be attended prior to June 17 start date: sessions will be offered at various times during the first two weeks of June. Other recreation program opportunities, such as special events, may be available in addition to camp duties. Candidate may be eligible for part time work in general recreation programs after completion of summer camps.

Qualifications
•Prior experience working with children

•Current CPR/First Aid Certification or ability to obtain

•Washington State Food Worker Card

For full job requirements, see job posting at http://www.cob.org/jobs

Application deadline / closing date
03/01/2019
Salary / rate of pay
13.00
Days and hours of employment
30-40 hours, June-August

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
June 17 – August 23, 2019
Person or department to contact
Human Resources
Business address
104 W. Magnolia Street
Email
hr@cob.org
Phone
360.778.8228
How to apply
Apply online only at http://www.cob.org/jobs

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