Chief Deputy Court Clerk

Job position / title

Chief Deputy Court Clerk

Name of business / employer

City of Bellingham

Job description / duties

Closing Date/Time: Fri. 07/10/2020 4:30 PM Pacific Time

The current full salary range for this position is $6,019/month – $7,293/month. Placement within the range is based on qualifications and professional experience in accordance with City policy. This position is represented by a union.

JOB SUMMARY:
Responsible for court and probation management functions of the Municipal Court. Manages Municipal Court calendars and judicial assignments. Assists the Court Administrator in division budget development and monitoring court caseload. Coordinates and monitors probation caseload. Supervises courtroom support staff. Performs analysis of legislation changes that impact criminal court operations. Implements procedural changes. Ensures compliance with Washington State and local court rules. Errors in court process or procedure may impact case disposition and involve substantial liability and judicial consequences.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1.Develops Court calendar and master facility schedule. Schedules all hearings, pre-trial motions, bench and jury trials. Analyzes schedule for recommended modifications and resolves conflicts with attorneys, law enforcement, judges, and courtroom staff. Oversees arrangements for juries. Schedules pro-tempore judges as needed.
2.Assures compliance with court orders. Monitors probation caseload. Processes commitments, releases, and referrals. Corresponds with community agencies regarding probationers. Provides analysis and assists Judge and Court Administrator in development of appropriate programs and services.
3.Coordinates day-to-day Municipal Court trial/hearing operations, making appropriate decisions for all activities. Responsible for certification of all court tape recordings and case files. Releases judicial orders, including arrest warrants, and notifies law enforcement agencies of arrest or order status.
4.Supervises preparation of court files and determines appropriate distribution for copies. Acts as liaison to prosecution and defense attorneys, law enforcement officers and witnesses.
5.Ensures the accuracy of protocols for entering case dispositions and convictions into the information systems as a permanent record. Verifies the Court’s compliance with system rules established by the Bellingham Police Records division, Washington State Patrol, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for criminal case histories.
6.Supervises designated courtroom support staff; assigns and evaluates work, provides training and guidance in following appropriate court processes and technical procedures, re-scheduling, trouble-shooting or problem-solving activities. Delivers counseling and conflict resolution; recommends corrective action as appropriate.
7.Prepares case files for appeal to Superior Court. Assists defendant in preparing appeal documents and monitors all appeal cases.
8.Serves as a technical resource regarding the legal process. Analyzes legislation for impact on court operations and implements changes as necessary.
9.Manages and conducts daily evaluation of court caseload. Ensures accuracy and legal compliance of case disposition and convictions. Prepares monthly caseload statistical reports for the State of Washington.
10.Responsible for all official court documents. Ensures records are complete and accurate and certifies release and distribution.
11.Acts in responsible charge of all court administrative functions during the Court Administrator’s absence.
ADDITIONAL WORK PERFORMED:

1.Performs Court Clerk relief duties as needed.
2.Oversees monetary transactions daily and verifies Court clerk balancing and receipting of court monies as needed.
3.Performs other related work of a similar nature or level.
WORKING ENVIRONMENT:
Work is primarily performed in a Municipal Court and in a congested and fast-paced office environment. Possibility of exposure to hostile, offensive language and the risk of physical harm associated with the emotional climate of court proceedings.

Physical ability to perform essential functions of the job including:
•Frequently operate a computer and read a computer screen or typewritten page;
•Frequently communicate verbally;
•Move between work sites;
•Occasional lifting of boxes or equipment weighing up to 40 lbs.

Qualifications
EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:

•Three years of progressively responsible experience in a court environment required, including knowledge of court operations, statutes, rules, customer service, and probation compliance.
•Two years of experience in a supervisory or lead court position required. Five years of court experience may be considered as a substitute for supervisory or lead court position experience
•College level education in criminal justice, sociology, psychology or business administration is preferred.
•An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to provide the applicant with the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully perform the essential functions of the job will be considered.
NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

•Employment contingent upon passing a criminal convictions check, local background check and fingerprinting. Subject to re-check every five years.
•Must be willing to sign confidentiality agreements with the State of Washington and the Court in regard to ethical standards and database access and use.

Application deadline / closing date

07/10/2020

Salary / rate of pay

$6,019 – $7,293 / Monthly

Days and hours of employment

FT

Person or department to contact

Human Resources

Business address

104 W. Magnolia Street, Bellingham, WA 98225

Email

hr@cob.org

Phone

360.778.8228

How to apply

All applications must be submitted online at //www.cob.org/employment.

As part of the application process, a cover letter is required.
Within the cover letter, please answer the following questions:

1.Please indicate why you are interested in this position, and why this position is the next right step for you in your career.
2.Provide a brief summary of your education, experience and qualifications for this position.
Please ensure your application is complete and all required information has been provided. Standard completeness means all application fields (contact information, personal information, education, work experience, references, and required supplemental questions). The information provided in your application must support your selected answers in the supplemental questionnaire. Provide as much detail as you believe will fully describe your experience and training.

Supplemental Questionnaire responses not supported in your application will disqualify you from consideration for this position.

Interviews for the most qualified candidates are tentatively scheduled for on or around the week of August 3, 2020. Invitations to participate in the Interview process will be sent via e-mail on or around July 22, 2020.

Please Note: Candidates will receive updates regarding application status via email. Please be sure to check your email frequently.

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Assistant Compliance Officer (PART TIME POSITION)

Job position / title

Assistant Compliance Officer (PART TIME POSITION)

Name of business / employer

Global Partnerships

Job description / duties

BACKGROUND
Global Partnerships (GP) is a nonprofit impact-first investor dedicated to expanding opportunity for people living in poverty. Impact-first investing means investing in a way that seeks the greatest possible social impact, while seeking to preserve capital with a modest financial return for investors. GP believes that impact-first investing has an essential role to play in advancing sustainable solutions to poverty for millions of people worldwide.
GP creates and manages impact-first investment funds that make loans and early stage investments in social enterprises serving people living in poverty in less developed countries, primarily in Latin America and Africa. The GP team is comprised of mission-driven, dedicated, high-performing colleagues working primarily from offices in Seattle, WA, Bogotá, Colombia, and Nairobi, Kenya. To learn more about Global Partnerships, please visit our website at http://www.globalpartnerships.org.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Assistant Compliance Officer will be part of GP’s Finance and Operations Team. She/he will assist monitoring and ensuring the organization is in compliance with the requirements of various legal, tax, regulatory, and other government agencies in both the U.S. and regions where Global Partnerships operates. This role intersects with many different aspects of the organization, with the objective of improving compliance and reporting throughout the organization. She/he will report to the VP of Finance & Administration. The Assistant Compliance Officer will play an instrumental role in helping GP further our mission to expand opportunity for people living in poverty. This is a part time position, 3 days a week. Standard company benefits will apply.
General Responsibilities:
• In collaboration with the VP of Finance and Chief Compliance Officer, track, review, and submit all compliance, tax, regulatory and other legal reporting requirements accurately and in a timely manner
• Responsible for tracking and maintaining compliance records, as well as formulating and maintaining an effective records management system and archiving process
• Manage various compliance projects by working across teams, following up on deadlines, and enhancing reporting processes
• Communicate and maintain relationships with applicable staff, legal and accounting service providers outside of the US, government entities, and other external reporting stakeholders
• Research and work with internal and external experts to understand an ever changing legal, tax, and compliance landscape
• Update existing and create new documentation around various company policies and manuals
• Collaborate across teams to assess changing compliance, tax, and legal needs as a result of organizational growth

Qualifications

SELECTION CRITERIA
Core Capabilities
• Highly organized and attentive to detail, with an ability to prioritize and stay focused on outcomes and project vision and while adhering to tight reporting deadlines
• Strong operational skills including problem solving and project management skills, including ability to be decisive and drive a project or process forward effectively
• Possess the acumen to learn and implement new systems
• Solid writing and documentation skills
• Strong tendency to eagerly accept ownership and to enjoy tackling an amorphous, complex project
• Process driven mindset, strong work ethic, ability to effectively multi-task, and possess intellectual curiosity
• Strong communication skills and successful at interfacing effectively with a variety of personalities and cultures
• Determined to contribute to, and support, a high-performance organization
• Embodies GP’s values as a Dedicated, Strategic, Collaborative, Aspirational Learner, committed to Excellence, and has a passion for GP’s mission to expand opportunity for people living in poverty
Qualifications
• 2-5 years of relevant work experience, preferably in a compliance, tax, or legal related field
• Bachelor’s Degree required, with preference for a degree in business or pre-law
• High proficiency with Microsoft Office products and familiarity with compliance related software
• Fluency or competency in other languages, especially Spanish, preferred
• Ability to work legally in the United States of America

Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/r5cmjskh34bsfp9v
PI120860760

Application deadline / closing date

07/16/2020

Salary / rate of pay

DOE

Days and hours of employment

40

Person or department to contact

Human Resources

Business address

Apply Online

Email

none@given.com

Phone

888.888.8888

How to apply

Apply Online

POSITION: Learning Coordinator

POSITION: Learning Coordinator
DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
RESPONSIBILITIES: The Whatcom County Library System (WCLS) is seeking a Learning Coordinator who is passionate
about learning and staff development to support an inclusive environment that attracts and develops innovative and motivated people from all backgrounds. The Learning Coordinator manages, develops, and implements training and continuing education programs to provide, support, and guide core skills, professional development, and leadership abilities for approximately 160 library staff system-wide, covering 11 locations across Whatcom County, with special emphasis on new employee training.
The Learning Coordinator is responsible for:
Program Planning and Instructional Design: In collaboration with supervisors and coordinators, determines current and anticipated skills required to achieve the Library’s strategic plan and service priorities. Proactively identifies and assesses training needs to develop course content. Creates required training materials and documentation.
Training Delivery: Plans, develops, organizes, and implements a wide range of continuing education activities for the library system and staff with a commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity within the organization and throughout service delivery. Facilitates and/or delivers training and workshops as appropriate. Implements adult learning theory and instructional design principles in the creation of curriculum for learning events. Contracts with vendors to deliver specialized training,
and develops and manages service contracts. Conducts training evaluations to assess against targeted learning goals.
Employee Onboarding: Coordinates the training of all new staff in WCLS policies and procedures. Trains new public services staff in reader’s advisory, reference, system services and policies, collection work, and in the use of electronic resources as appropriate to their position needs.
Staff Learning Day: Serves as the project lead to plan, coordinate, and develop WCLS annual Staff Learning Day.
Learning Organization: Supports and embodies the principles of a learning organization. Plans, coordinates, and implements Emerging Leader Program.
Materials selection: Exercises professional judgment to identify, evaluate, select, and maintain library materials in the professional collection of the Whatcom County Library System.
Budget and Grant Management: Documents and maintains budget tracking with respective departments for training expenditures. Oversees grant application, tracking, and claim submission process for training opportunities through the Washington State Library, Washington Library Association, or other sources.
QUALIFICATIONS: You are passionate about the value and importance of employee development and lifelong learning. You are culturally aware, and well versed in issues that under-represented populations face in the workplace. You communicate effectively and have the ability to lead difficult conversations and facilitate training related to sensitive topics such as diversity and building an inclusive workplace. You have knowledge of and experience in applying adult learning theory to program and curriculum development and delivery of course content. You understand the core principles and values of librarianship, with an ability to provide instruction in the delivery of public library service. Must have the ability to speak, understand, and write English clearly and concisely. Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and five or more years’ relevant library experience, with demonstrated success in learning and development, program delivery, and project management. Master of Library Science
preferred. New employees are subject to a CRC (criminal records check) per RCW 43.43.832.
THE LIBRARY SYSTEM: WCLS has been sharing stories in Whatcom County since 1944, currently through ten branches, a bookmobile and outreach services. With a reputation for exceptional customer service, innovation, and fiscal accountability, WCLS holds a collection of more than 438,000 items and has implemented services such as downloadable eBooks, e-magazines, e-music and e-audiobooks, music streaming,
chat reference service, text messaging, and a mobile app. WCLS strives to provide top-notch library services in an energetic and inclusive environment that fosters professional growth, creative problem solving, collaboration, and an appreciation for humor.
LOCATION: Primary work location at WCLS Administrative Service Center, 5205 Northwest Drive, Bellingham, WA 98226. Perennially recognized by the national media as one of the best places to live in America, Whatcom County is a place that truly has something for everyone. With magnificent natural scenery, skiing and snowboarding at Mt. Baker, hiking, arts and theatre, and charming communities, Whatcom County is a unique area of Washington State. Located 90 minutes from Seattle and within an hour of
Vancouver, British Columbia, the County is the perfect mix of friendly rural communities with the amenities and attractions of large cities nearby.
UNION: This position is represented by AFSCME, AFL-CIO Local 1581.
SCHEDULE: FLSA-exempt position with 40 regular scheduled weekly hours; some evening and weekend hours may be necessary on an occasional basis. Successful candidates may be required to adapt to future schedule changes depending on library needs.
COMPENSATION: $4,989 per month with excellent benefits including Social Security, retirement, long-term disability insurance, medical, dental, and optical insurance; paid vacation and sick leave, EAP, and a fun and innovative work environment that values the contributions of our employees.
POSTING DATES: Monday, 06/15/2020 through Friday, 07/10/2020
APPLICATION: Submit a completed WCLS Application Packet* by 5:00 pm on Friday, 07/10/2020 to:
Christina Read, Human Resources Manager
Whatcom County Library System
5205 Northwest Drive
Bellingham, WA 98226
Phone: (360) 305-3607
Email: learningcoord@wcls.org
* APPLICATION PACKETS MUST INCLUDE:
• Completed WCLS Employment Application (available at the address above, any branch library, or online at https://www.wcls.org/work-with-us/.)
• Résumé and cover letter that illustrates your relevant professional library experience, and your experience in training and development of staff, and how it would help you meet the demands of
this position.

Temporary – Public Health Nurse – COVID-19 Response (Open Positions: 2)

Temporary – Public Health Nurse – COVID-19 Response (Open Positions: 2)

Closes On: June 28, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST

Location: State Street Building, Bellingham, WA 98225
Department: Health
Job Status: Full-Time and Part-Time
Shift: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Days Worked: Sun., Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat.
Status: Accepting Applications Apply Now
Job Summary
Apply early for first consideration!
Applications will be reviewed and interviews scheduled as applications are received.

Whatcom County Health Department is seeking 2 temporary Public Health Nurses to assist in the response to COVID-19.

Are you a highly skilled nurse with experience in infection control and disease investigation?
Do you have a passion for using data to monitor the health of your community and plan interventions?
Do you want to work with community partners to address important communicable disease and other notifiable conditions, and immunization rates?
Are you an enthusiastic team player with excellent project management skills?
If you answered yes to these questions, the Whatcom County Health Department is interested in learning more about your qualifications and experience to fill this position. Public Health Nurses represent WCHD as a health resource person in the community and interpret public health programs and policies to individuals, families, community groups, schools, physicians and other collateral community agencies and service providers.

We serve all members of the Whatcom County community as we strive to fulfill the Health Department’s mission to lead the community in promoting health and preventing disease. If you are looking for work with a positive impact on our community we hope to learn about your qualifications to fill this key role!

Supervisor: Communicable Disease & Epidemiology Manager

This position will be assigned to work full time for approximately 3 months, followed by 69 hours/month. Hours will vary. Duration of the assignment is dependent on the COVID-19 pandemic and the response required to address community needs.
Qualifications
A current, valid Washington State license to practice as a Registered Nurse.

Bachelor of Science Degree (or higher) in Nursing is preferred.

Bi-lingual is preferred.
Salary
Registered Nurses without a BSN: $23.49/hr

Registered Nurses with a BSN: $32.09/hr

Application Special Instructions
Please attach a Disclosure of Crimes against Children and Vulnerable Adults, Cover Letter and Resume to your online application using the Document Upload area within the application.

Temporary Volunteer Program Coordinator

Temporary Volunteer Program Coordinator (Open Positions: 1)

Closes On: June 9, 2020 at 04:30 PM PST

Location: State Street Building, Bellingham, WA 98225
Department: Health
Job Status: Full-Time
Shift: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Days Worked: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri.
Status: Accepting Applications Apply Now
Job Summary
Apply early for first consideration!
Applications will be reviewed and interviews scheduled as applications are received.

The Whatcom County Health Department is seeking a temporary Volunteer Program Coordinator.

This position will organize, coordinate and facilitate their Volunteer Program for the COVID-19 outbreak; a program primarily focused on case tracking and investigation.

Essential Job Duties include:

Organizes, coordinates and facilitates the Volunteer Program for the COVID-19 outbreak with a primary focus on case tracking and investigation. Recruits, provides, and coordinates initial and ongoing training, as well as professional staff support for volunteers in the volunteer program.

Assists, consults, and coaches volunteers as needed or requested. Regularly contacts volunteers to coordinate trainings and assignments to support on-going strategies related to Health Department’s COVID-19 response needs. Assists volunteers with the resolution of problems, issues, and situations.

Collects and reports data on volunteer hours, contacts, and other information required to efficiently administer the volunteer program. Maintains volunteer files.

Maintains and updates volunteer program training materials as needed.

Develops and maintains relationships with community organizations to facilitate the recruitment of volunteers and to promote community awareness of the volunteer program.

Prioritizes and plans work activities using resources effectively. Plans for additional resources and integrates changes smoothly and in a timely manner.

Supervisor: Assistant Director

This position will be assigned to work full time for approximately 3 months, followed by 69 hours/month. Hours will vary. Duration of the assignment is dependent on the COVID-19 pandemic and the response required to address community needs.

Qualifications
Minimum of two years of supervisory and/or coordination of volunteers.

Salary
$26.17/hour

Application Special Instructions
Please attach a Disclosure of Crimes against Children and Vulnerable Adults, Cover Letter and Resume to your online application using the Document Upload area within the application.

Nursing assistant (NAC/CNA)

Job position / title

Nursing assistant (NAC/CNA)

Name of business / employer

Christian Health Care Center

Job description / duties

The nursing assistant functions as a member of the health care team under the direct supervision of the team leader and unit coordinator. The nursing assistant assures that the resident’s plan of care is carried out, including assisting all patients in performing activities of daily living (ADLs), mobility, eating, toileting, range of motion, bathing, grooming, positioning, and basic skincare.

Get paid to learn and grow in your career! There is plenty of room for advancement and professional development at our Lynden healthcare center.

When you become a nursing assistant at CHCC, you’ll have access to employer-funded training and mentorship from experienced healthcare pros. You’ll work for a nonprofit that is locally operated and puts patient care first. You’ll have access to a robust benefits package and “work perks,” such as complimentary snacks, recognition events, company parties, casual days, and much more.

Qualifications

Nursing Assistant (NAC, CNA) licensing is required.

Application deadline / closing date

06/12/2020

Salary / rate of pay

Base salary up to $19.44 per hour

Days and hours of employment

full-time

Person or department to contact

Kari Heeringa, HR Manager

Business address

855 Aaron Drive Lynden, WA 98264

Email

hr@chcclynden.org

Phone

360.354.4434

How to apply

To apply, visit https://chcclynden.org/careers/nursing-assistant-certified-nac/.

Applications should include

[×] Resume

[×] Cover letter

Nurse, RN or LPN – Three 12-hour night shifts

Job position / title

Nurse, RN or LPN – Three 12-hour night shifts

Name of business / employer

Christian Health Care Center

Job description / duties

Staff nurses at CHCC are important members of the healthcare team. They work to assure that each patient’s care plan is carried out. Staff nurses also are tasked with assessing patient conditions, performing treatments, distributing medications, and monitoring the effects of treatments and medications. As a nurse at CHCC, you’ll work closely with our unit coordinator to communicate with families and doctors. You’ll also mentor and provide leadership to peers and nursing assistants.

As an RN at CHCC, you will be able to connect with patients, families and various health care providers in powerful and touching, ways. The work you do will be valued and appreciated by many.

If you choose CHCC as your employer, you’ll provide critical nursing services in a rural community. You’ll be caring for much-loved parents, grandparents, friends, and neighbors.

Qualifications

A Washington State RN or LPN license is required. You must also be eligible to work in the United States and be able to pass a background test.

Long-term care experience is always valued, welcome and appreciated, however, we are happy to provide on-the-job-training to nurses who would like to make a change and experience nursing in a skilled nursing setting.

Application deadline / closing date

If you do not have a specific closing date (e.g. ‘Open until filled’) please select a date which you believe will be a reasonable amount of time to fill the position.

06/19/2020

Salary / rate of pay

$32.25 for new RN grads. New LPN grads start at $26.35. Experienced nurses: DOE. (Includes $4/hr shift differential.)

Days and hours of employment

Three 12-hour shifts per week. 6 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.

Person or department to contact

Kari Heeringa, HR Manager

Business address

855 Aaron Drive Lynden, WA 98264

Email

hr@chcclynden.org

Phone

360.354.4434

How to apply

To apply, visit https://chcclynden.org/careers/nurse-rn-or-lpn-three-12-hour-night-shifts/.

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[×] Cover letter

Rural Carrier Associate

Job Details

Full-time

Full Job Description

United States Postal Service
External Publication for Job Posting 10427923

If this job requires qualification on an examination, the number of applicants who will be invited to take or retake the

examination may be limited.

Branch

Seattle District

Job Posting Period

05/16/2020 – 05/20/2020

This job has an exam requirement. Currently, applicants for this posting who do not yet have an exam score are being

invited to take the exam. Examining will continue until capacity has been reached.

Job Title

RURAL CARR ASSOC/SRV REG RTE

Facility Location

FERNDALE PO

5703 4TH AVE

FERNDALE, WA 98248

CONTACT INFORMATION: Julie Mc Carty | julie.a.mccarty@usps.gov | (360) 380-3127 | POSTMASTER

Position Information

Title: RURAL CARR ASSOC/SRV REG RTE

FLSA Designation: Non-Exempt

Occupation Code: 2325-07XX

Non-Scheduled Days: VARIES

Hours: VARIES

RCAs must be available to work on an as needed basis.

DRIVING REQUIRED: Applicants must have a valid state driver’s license, a safe driving record, and at least two years of
unsupervised experience driving passenger cars or larger. The driving must have taken place in the U.S. or its possessions

or territories or in U.S. military installations worldwide.

  • A personal vehicle suitable for use may be required for this position*

BENEFIT INFORMATION:
This is a non-career position, which may lead to a career position. RCAs are immediately eligible to enroll in the USPS Health

Benefits Plan with a Postal Service premium contribution. After completing one year without a break in service of more than 5

days, RCAs may also be eligible for: health insurance under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHB); dental

and vision insurance through the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Program (FEDVIP); flexible spending

accounts program through FSAFEDS and long term care insurance through the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program

(FLTCIP). May receive Wounded Warrior leave provided eligibility criteria are met.

SALARY RANGE: $18.56 per hour paid bi-weekly

FINANCE NUMBER: 542884

Persons Eligible to Apply

All U.S. Citizens, lawful permanent resident aliens, citizens of American Samoa or other territory owing permanent allegiance

to the United States. Applicants entitled to veterans’ preference and/or covered by the Veterans Employment Opportunity
Act may apply for any posted position. Applicants must apply online at http://www.usps.com/careers to be considered for this

employment opportunity. You must have a valid email address to apply as communication regarding employment

opportunities, examinations (when applicable), and background checks will be sent by email. Please add the following email

domain addresses to your contact list to allow all correspondence to be received – @usps.gov; @jobtryout.net;

@psionline.com; @geninfo.com; @uspis.gov. EXAM: If an exam is required and you are invited to take the test, instructions

regarding the exam process will be sent to you via email. Please ensure you can receive email messages from our test

vendor and follow instructions carefully so you can be considered for this employment opportunity. SCREENINGS: You may

receive multiple requests for background checks in regards to this employment opportunity. Respond to all requests quickly

as we anticipate filling our vacancies quickly and nonresponses may result in disqualification for this opportunity.

Background Check

The Inspection Service criminal background check is conducted using United States information resources only (e.g., FBI
fingerprint check, state and county checks). A criminal background check involves a 5-year inquiry for any location where
the individual has resided, worked or gone to school within the United States or its territories. As a result of this limitation,
the criminal background checks of individuals who have not resided in the United States or its territories for the preceding
5-years may not be considered complete. The Inspection Service may be able to process inquiries for U.S. Citizens only,
but only if their time spent out of the country was spent as: a trailing spouse or dependent of someone working for the U.S.
government (military or civilian), a missionary, a student attending school in a foreign country, a Peace Corps participant, or
as an employee of a U.S.-based employer/company. If the Inspection Service is unable to perform a complete background
check because of residency outside the United States, such individuals will be ineligible for Postal employment.

Functional Purpose

Cases, delivers, and collects mail along a prescribed rural route using a vehicle; provides customers on the route with a

variety of services.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Sorts mail in delivery sequence for the assigned route.

2. Receives and signs for accountable mail.

3. Loads mail in vehicle.

4. Delivers mail to customers along a prescribed route and on a regular schedule by a vehicle; collects monies and receipts

for accountable mail; picks up mail from customers’ roadside boxes.

5. Sells stamps, stamped paper and money orders; accepts C.O.D., registered, certified, and insured mail and parcel post;

furnishes routine information concerning postal matters and provides requested forms to customer.

6. Returns mail collected, undeliverable mail, and submits monies and receipts to post office.

7. Prepares mail for forwarding amd maintains records of change of address information.

8. Prepares a daily trip report and maintains a list of the customers on the route.

9. Conducts special surveys when required.

10. Maintains an inventory of stamps and stamped paper as needed to provide service to customers on the route.

11. Provides for mail security at all times.

Rural Carrier Associates are non-career employees who provide customers along a rural route a variety of services including

delivering and collecting mail and selling stamps, supplies and money orders. Desirable candidates may be required to have

a vehicle suitable for use and live within easy commuting distance of the facility location.

The job is physically demanding. Work is performed indoors and outdoors in all types of weather. Carriers may be required

to load and unload trays and containers of mail and parcels weighing as much as 70 pounds. Work is available usually on

Saturdays, then on an as needed basis to cover the absence of the carrier.

SUPERVISION

Manager, Customer Services; Supervisor, Customer Services; or Postmaster

The United States Postal Service has the following excellent and challenging employment opportunity for highly motivated
and innovative individuals. Successful candidates must demonstrate through a combination of education, training, and

experience the following requirements:
Requirements

1. DOCUMENT DATE: March 16, 2019

FUNCTION

Cases, delivers and collects mail along a prescribed rural route using a vehicle; provides customers on the route with a

variety of services.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK

See the Standard Position Description for the Occupation Code given above.

REQUIREMENTS

There are no separately evaluated knowledge, skill, or ability requirements for this position.

EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must successfully complete the Virtual Entry Assessment – MC (474).

TRAINING/EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS

Individuals who qualify and are selected under this standard will be required to complete prescribed training satisfactory to

demonstrate, through testing and/or practical demonstration, possession of knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) required for

the job. Failure to demonstrate any KSA is disqualifying. KSAs include Postal Service driving policies, safe driving practices,

and skills associated with specific job duties.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must be physically able to efficiently perform the duties of this position, which require arduous exertion involving

prolonged standing, walking, bending and reaching, and may involve handling heavy containers of mail weighing up to the

allowable maximum mailing weight.

ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS

Rural Carriers are required to provide service to the public. They must maintain a neat and professional appearance and

demeanor in such interactions.

Applicants must have a valid state driver’s license and demonstrate and maintain a safe driving record.

Qualified applicants must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening to meet the U.S. Postal Service’s requirement

to be drug free. Applicants must also be a U.S. citizen or have permanent resident alien status.

Qualified applicants must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening to meet the U.S. Postal Service’s requirement
to be drug free. Applicants must also be a U.S. citizen or have permanent resident alien status.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
Applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m., Central Time, of the posting’s closing date. Applicants claiming veterans’
preference must attach a copy of member copy 4 (only) of Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD Form
214) or other proof of eligibility if claiming 10-point veterans’ preference. The United States Postal Service (USPS) is an
equal opportunity employer. The USPS provides reasonable accommodation for any part of the application, interview, and/or
selection process, please make your request to the examiner, selecting official or local manager of Human Resources. This
request can also be made by someone on your behalf. Explain the nature of your limitations and the accommodation
needed. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis.

SPECIAL NOTE: Current career Postal Service employees are ineligible to apply to this posting.

Assistant Rural Carrier

Job Details

Full-time

Full Job Description

United States Postal Service
External Publication for Job Posting 10427869

If this job requires qualification on an examination, the number of applicants who will be invited to take or retake the

examination may be limited.

Branch

Seattle District

Job Posting Period

05/16/2020 – 05/20/2020

This job has an exam requirement. Currently, applicants for this posting who do not yet have an exam score are being

invited to take the exam. Examining will continue until capacity has been reached.

Job Title

ASSISTANT RURAL CARRIER (ARC)

Facility Location

FERNDALE PO

5703 4TH AVE

FERNDALE, WA 98248

CONTACT INFORMATION: Julie Mc Carty | julie.a.mccarty@usps.gov | (360) 380-3127 | POSTMASTER

Position Information

Title: ASSISTANT RURAL CARRIER (ARC)

FLSA Designation: Non-Exempt

Occupation Code: 2325-0002

Scheduled Days: Saturday, Sunday and Holidays observed by the USPS on an as needed basis.

During the onboarding period, ARCs must be available for required training on weekdays.

Hours: VARIES

DRIVING REQUIRED: Applicants should have a valid state driver’s license, a safe driving record and at least two years of
unsupervised experience driving passenger cars or larger in the U.S. or its possessions or territories or in U.S. military

installations worldwide.

  • A personal vehicle suitable for use may be required for this position*

SALARY RANGE: $18.56 per hour paid bi-weekly

FINANCE NUMBER: 542884

BENEFIT INFORMATION: May receive Wounded Warrior leave provided eligibility criteria are met. No other benefits are

available for this position.

Persons Eligible to Apply

All U.S. Citizens, lawful permanent resident aliens, citizens of American Samoa or other territory owing permanent allegiance

to the United States. Applicants entitled to veterans’ preference and/or covered by the Veterans Employment Opportunity

Act may apply for any posted position. Applicants must apply online at http://www.usps.com/careers to be considered for this

employment opportunity. You must have a valid email address to apply as communication regarding employment

opportunities, examinations (when applicable), and background checks will be sent by email. Please add the following email

domain addresses to your contact list to allow all correspondence to be received – @usps.gov; @jobtryout.net;

@psionline.com; @geninfo.com; @uspis.gov. EXAM: If an exam is required and you are invited to take the test, instructions

regarding the exam process will be sent to you via email. Please ensure you can receive email messages from our test

vendor and follow instructions carefully so you can be considered for this employment opportunity. SCREENINGS: You may

receive multiple requests for background checks in regards to this employment opportunity. Respond to all requests quickly

as we anticipate filling our vacancies quickly and nonresponses may result in disqualification for this opportunity.

Background Check

The Inspection Service criminal background check is conducted using United States information resources only (e.g., FBI
fingerprint check, state and county checks). A criminal background check involves a 5-year inquiry for any location where
the individual has resided, worked or gone to school within the United States or its territories. As a result of this limitation,
the criminal background checks of individuals who have not resided in the United States or its territories for the preceding
5-years may not be considered complete. The Inspection Service may be able to process inquiries for U.S. Citizens only,
but only if their time spent out of the country was spent as: a trailing spouse or dependent of someone working for the U.S.
government (military or civilian), a missionary, a student attending school in a foreign country, a Peace Corps participant, or
as an employee of a U.S.-based employer/company. If the Inspection Service is unable to perform a complete background
check because of residency outside the United States, such individuals will be ineligible for Postal employment.

Functional Purpose

Using dynamic route descriptions, delivers packages on Sundays and observed holidays. May case, deliver, and collect mail

and packages on Saturday along a prescribed rural route using a vehicle.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Loads packages in delivery sequence in vehicle.

2. Delivers packages to customers along a prescribed route.

3. Sorts mail in delivery sequence for the assigned route.

4. Receives and signs for accountable mail.

5. Loads mail and packages in vehicle.

6. Delivers mail and packages to customers along a prescribed route or as an auxiliary assistant by a vehicle; collects

monies and receipts for accountable mail; picks up mail from customers’ roadside boxes.

7. Furnishes routine information concerning postal matters to customer.

8. Returns mail collected, undeliverable mail, and submits monies and receipts to post office.

9. Prepares appropriate time records.

10. Provides for mail security at all times.

11. May be required to provide a vehicle for delivery if an employer provided vehicle is not assigned.

ARCs are non-career employees who provide customers along a rural route services which includes delivering and collecting

mail. Desirable candidates may be required to have a vehicle suitable for use and live within easy commuting distance of the

facility location. If required to provide own vehicle, ARCs will receive an Equipment Maintenance Allowance (EMA).

Work is performed indoors and outdoors in all types of weather. Carriers may be required to load and unload trays and

containers of mail and parcels weighing as much as 70 pounds.

SUPERVISION

Manager, Customer Services; Supervisor, Customer Services; or Postmaster BARGAINING UNIT RURAL CARRIER

The United States Postal Service has the following excellent and challenging employment opportunity for highly motivated
and innovative individuals. Successful candidates must demonstrate through a combination of education, training, and

experience the following requirements:
Requirements

1. QUALIFICATIONS

DOCUMENT DATE: 3/16/2019

FUNCTION

Using dynamic route descriptions, delivers packages on Sundays and observed holidays. Case, deliver and collect mail and

packages along a prescribed rural route on Saturday using a vehicle, and provide customers on the route with a variety of

services.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK

See the Standard Position Description for the Occupation Code given above.

REQUIREMENTS

There are no separately evaluated knowledge, skill, or ability requirements for this position.

EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must successfully complete the Virtual Entry Assessment – MC (474).

TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

Individuals who qualify and are selected under this standard will be required to complete prescribed training satisfactory to

demonstrate, through testing and/or practical demonstration, possession of knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) required for

the job. Failure to demonstrate any KSA is disqualifying. KSAs include Postal Service driving policies, safe driving practices,

and skills associated with specific job duties.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must be physically able to perform the essential duties of this position with or without reasonable accommodation.

ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS Rural carriers are required to provide service to the public. They must maintain a neat and

professional appearance and demeanor in such interactions.

Applicants must have a valid state driver’s license and demonstrate and maintain a safe driving record.

Qualified applicants must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening to meet the U.S. Postal Service’s requirement

to be drug free. Applicants must also be a U.S. citizen or have permanent resident alien status.

Qualified applicants must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening to meet the U.S. Postal Service’s requirement
to be drug free. Applicants must also be a U.S. citizen or have permanent resident alien status.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
Applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m., Central Time, of the posting’s closing date. Applicants claiming veterans’
preference must attach a copy of member copy 4 (only) of Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD Form
214) or other proof of eligibility if claiming 10-point veterans’ preference. The United States Postal Service (USPS) is an
equal opportunity employer. The USPS provides reasonable accommodation for any part of the application, interview, and/or
selection process, please make your request to the examiner, selecting official or local manager of Human Resources. This
request can also be made by someone on your behalf. Explain the nature of your limitations and the accommodation
needed. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis.

SPECIAL NOTE: Current career Postal Service employees are ineligible to apply to this posting.

Facilities Tech Specialist – Journeyman Electrician

Facilities Tech Specialist – Journeyman Electrician (Open Positions: 1)

Closes On: May 24, 2020 at 04:30 PM PST

Location: Facilities Building, Bellingham, WA 98225
Department: Administrative Services – Facilities
Job Status: Full-Time
Shift: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Days Worked: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri. Apply Now
Job Summary
The Whatcom County Administrative Services – Division on Facilities is hiring a full-time Facilities Technical Specialist – Journeyman Electrician.

This position will recommends, develops, and performs skilled tasks related to the maintenance, installation, operation, and upgrading of the County’s mechanical, electrical, electronic, pneumatic, and hydronic systems and components using standardized practices and technical expertise to install, operate, administer and maintain electrical/electronic systems and equipment.

Essential Job Duties include:

Initiates and performs corrective electrical/electronic maintenance troubleshooting, replacing adjusting, and rebuilding process control instrumentation, distributed control systems, programmable logic controllers (PLC), direct digital controllers (DDC), video and audio systems, security and fire alarm systems, and remote telemetry units..
Plans and performs projects for equipment, instrument, and system upgrades or replacement; conducts project research, planning, and design, working with engineering, vendor or contractor liaison, fabrications, testing, and installations.
Performs preventive maintenance such as inspection, cleaning, lubricating, checking tolerances, and exercising pumps, motors, compressors, instrumentation, telemetering, and metering equipment; also does new installation reviews and inspections, quality control and punch lists.
Assists in establishing and executing energy conservation projects and performance levels. Assists in budgeting and controlling utility costs.

For the full scope of the job view the generic and supplemental job description.

Supervisor: Project and Operations Manager

Hours: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Qualifications
Requires a high school diploma or GED AND five years journey-level work experience in the electrical trades.

Depending on assignment a Journeyman Level Electrician (EL01) or a Limited Energy Electrician Certificate (EL06) is required.

Previous experience working in a correctional facility is desired.

Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a driver’s license at time of hire and throughout employment.

Must possess a Journeyman Level Electrician (EL01) or a Limited Energy Electrician Certificate (EL06) issued by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries and keep current throughout employment.

Background check must meet County criteria for security sensitive positions.

Must be eligible to cross between the United States and Canada.

Must pass a pre-employment physical capacities test.
Salary
Master Collective Bargaining Agreement

Range 160.3

Salary Range: $26.74 – $38.34 per hour