Contract Administrator- Closes 1/14/18

Position Contract Administrator
Employer  Bellingham Marine Industries
Job Description Bellingham Marine – The Largest and Most Experienced Marina Builder in the World.
Nowhere else can you find a company that has more experience than Bellingham Marine. We have built more marinas in more places throughout the world than any other marina construction company or boat dock manufacturer. Nowhere else can you find a company with more technical excellence than Bellingham Marine. Our design-build / dock system engineering, site-specific marina design, precision boat dock manufacturing and single-source contracting has led the industry for half a century.The role: Contract Administrator
Manages the various documents concerning construction contracts for the Northwest Division dealing with the contractors as a coordinator between clients, project manager, and subcontractors. The job duties of the Contract Administrator range from general office to technical document compliance reviews; duties include contracts for purchase or sale of equipment, materials, product, and/or services. Successful candidate will be subject to a pre-employment drug screen and background check. Availability for work schedule is crucial.

• Reviews contract documents to ensure compliance with federal and state laws as well as Company policies;
• Assists in compiling contract documents including processing and proofreading multiple drafts generated during negotiations;
• Assists in identifying and compiling federal and state reporting requirements;
• Identifies, coordinates, and/or generates submittals in compliance with contract documents which are administrative in nature (i.e., certificates of insurance, AAP submittals, certified payrolls, safety policies, etc.)
• Assists GM or PM with drafting, coordinating and tracking notices in compliance with the contract documents (i.e., delays and changed conditions);
• Upholds the Company policies and processes regarding contract management and use;
• Analyzes, organizes and performs office operations and procedures such as key boarding, flow of correspondence, filing, requisition of specialty supplies, and other clerical services, i.e., photocopies, collates and faxes materials as necessary; formulates procedures for systematic retention, protection, retrieval, transfer, and disposal of records; maintains contract and contractor status databases;
• Ensures the systematic transfer of documents to corporate staff for accounting and management purposes;
• Maintains licenses and registrations required for the operations of the division; participates in the safety committee and coordinates and/or processes paperwork for reporting accidents, maintaining OSHA logs and returning employees to work. Records minutes of the safety meetings and tracks tool box meetings and safety bucks;
• Assists in invoicing of projects and collection of past due accounts;
• Reviews all correspondence concerning contractors and responds as necessary;
• Establishes and maintains contact with contractors to ensure the smooth working of the contract awarding process;
• Prepares sales proposals in accordance with BMI policies and procedures.
• May directly supervise other employees in the various administrative roles; carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws;
• Responsibilities may include: interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems; and
• Other duties as assigned.

Qualification Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent from a two-year accredited college with three years’ related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Paralegal or risk management experience preferred.


Days/Hours 40 hours per week
Contact Info

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 550 Nordic Way Ferndale WA 98248


PHONE: 360.392.1442

How to Apply Applicants should go to and apply for the position NW Casting/Plant Worker. Applicants must complete an online BMI Employment Application form to be considered for any position with Bellingham Marine.

Applications will be received until the position is filled.

Bellingham Marine is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex or age.

Bellingham Marine is a Drug Free Work Place.

To request a reasonable accommodation please email

Position Closes January 14, 2018

Fire/EMS Dispatcher- Closes 12/1/17

Position Fire/EMS Dispatcher
Employer City of Bellingham
Job Description The Bellingham Fire Department is accepting applications for Entry-level Fire/EMS Dispatchers, as well as Experienced Fire/EMS Dispatchers. There is currently 1 full-time vacancy, and there will be 2 new full-time positions, pending 2018 budget approval. Anticipated start date is January 16, 2018.

Nature of Work:
The Fire/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Dispatcher processes and dispatches all requests for Fire and EMS response. Receives transferred calls from What-Comm Communications Center, various other agencies and directly from the public for Fire/EMS, public assistance, and hazmat responses. Gathers information from calling parties; prioritizes and triages emergency requests for various types of assistance. When appropriate, transfers the caller to another appropriate agency. Fire/EMS Dispatchers located in the Prospect Communication Center (PCC) dispatch fire, rescue, medical, hazmat and other support units according to established policies and procedures. PCC dispatchers use a computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system and Medical/Fire Priority Dispatch Protocols to triage information from the caller to determine the most appropriate apparatus to send, the level of coverage required and manage deployment of available units. PCC dispatchers monitor current status of Fire/EMS Department resources and assist in making recommendations for temporary or permanent changes to fire response standards. PCC dispatchers are responsible for protecting and upholding the Washington State HIPAA/Confidentiality Laws as they relate to the dispatch work.

PCC is the primary answering point for the City’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM), Whatcom County Department of Emergency Management (DEM) and dispatches all hazmat incidents. As the secondary PSAP in Whatcom County, PCC has the capability and equipment necessary to receive all 911 calls directly in the event that What-Comm Communications Center needs to be evacuated.

Qualifications •Minimum of one year of experience in a position with intensive public contact.
•Minimum keyboarding skill of 40 wpm net.
•Experience or training in the use of computer software such as word processing, spreadsheets, database management preferred.
•Experience using multi-line phone systems preferred.

•Must have completed and successfully passed an approved EMT training course series prior to date of hire and within the last ten (10) years;
OR •Must have worked as a certified EMT within the previous ten (10) years.
OR •Must have at least two years’ experience as a What-Comm Dispatcher or a dispatcher in a public safety dispatching setting with comparable duties to the Fire/EMS Dispatcher within the last 5 years
AND •Must obtain EMD, EFD, certification within one year of hire or the time period specified by policy or contract.

•Must have a telephone at place of residence or a cell phone.
•Must pass a hearing evaluation prior to hire.
•Must pass a criminal convictions background check prior to hire.
•Must pass a pre-employment drug screen.
•Must be willing to work 12 hour shifts, weekends and holidays, including responding to callouts and overtime needs.
•This position is represented by a union and union membership is required within 30 days.


$3,845.00 – $4,868.00 Monthly
Days/Hours Full time
Contact Info Human Resources

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 104 W. Magnolia Street, Bellingham, WA 98229


PHONE: 360.778.8228

How to Apply    Applications must be submitted online at

Direct link to the job announcement (

Position Closes December 1, 2017

Corrections Officer- Open until Filled

Position Care Coordinator or Nurse Care Coordinator – Oak Harbor Satellite Office
Employer  Arizona Department of Corrections
Job Description The Arizona Department of Correction recruits and recognizes a well-trained, professional work force to serve and protect our communities and its crime victims by effectively employing the field’s best security practices and proven pre-release programming to prepare for the release and reintegration ex-offenders as civil, productive citizens.
Brief Description:
Working closely with law enforcement agencies throughout the state, the Arizona Department of Corrections’ diverse team of professionals plays a vital role in the protection of our communities. From state-of-the-art facilities throughout Arizona, Correctional Officers benefit from a strong commitment to professional development and enjoy a competitive annual salary of *$32,916 with annual salary increases, stipends, excellent career opportunities and outstanding benefits.
Salaries are based upon years of correctional experience starting at *$32,916 annually for no experience, up to $39,664 for eight years of experience. Both ADC and non-ADC security experience is applicable. * $1,030 annual base increase after graduation, plus uniform allowance.
Buckeye, St. Johns, Winslow, Florence, Globe, Tucson, Safford. Limited hiring at Perryville, Phoenix, Douglas and Yuma.
Phone : 1-888-545-RUSH
Web site:
Qualification Minimum requirement-high school diploma


Days/Hours full time
Contact Info Sharon Gray

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 1831 W Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85007


PHONE: 602.542.7572

How to Apply Web site:

Include a resume.

Position Closes Open Until Filled