Temporary – Facilities Maintenance Technician

Temporary – Facilities Maintenance Technician

Closes On: August 28, 2018 at 04:30 PM PST

Location: Facilities Building, Bellingham, WA 98225
Department: Administrative Services – Facilities
Job Status: Part-Time
Shift: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Days Worked: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri.
Status: Accepting Applications Apply Now
Job Summary
Whatcom County Administrative Services – Division of Facilities is hiring a temporary extra help employee to assist with general maintenance and repair at a variety of County buildings. This position will perform a wide range of duties including, but not limited to general maintenance, operation, and repair of facilities, systems, and equipment, including electrical, plumbing, mechanical and carpentry repairs. Assists Facilities staff in performing complex tasks.

This position will work approximately full time for a period of three (3) months, however exact hours may be flexible depending on workload. Immediately following those three months the hours you will be assigned to work will decrease to a maximum of 69 hours per month.

If you have questions about job duties contact Facilities at (360) 778-5366.

Qualifications
Requires high school diploma or GED and four years of increasingly responsible building maintenance and repair experience, including basic carpentry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, mechanical repair, and painting.

Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a driver’s license at time of hire and 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
$15.38 – $19.64/hr. Depending on Qualifications

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AmeriCorps “Healthy Futures” Health Equity Intern

Position: AmeriCorps “Healthy Futures” Health Equity Intern. This is a 10.5 month
service position starting September 1, 2018, contingent on funding.
FTE status: Hourly non-exempt; 1.0 FTE (40 hours/week). Member must serve a
minimum of 1700 hours.
Salary/Benefits: $ 5,920 Education Award after completion of service
$1,307 gross monthly living allowance
Federal loan forbearance—the government pays for accrued
interest during term of service (pending federal approval)
Health benefits (AmeriCorps member only)
Reports to: Connector Services Manager
Qualifications:
• High school diploma or the equivalent; college degree in a health or human services field preferred.
• Interest in learning about and improving health insurance and care systems; experience preferred.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
• Experience in health/social services, counseling, or customer relations preferred.
• Reliable transportation as driving for outreach work is preferred.
Additional requirements of AmeriCorps:
• Pass criminal background check.
• U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident.
Position Summary:
The AmeriCorps “Healthy Futures” Health Equity Intern will play a critical role in assisting with providing health insurance and care connection services to clients, conducting community outreach, and carrying out other projects to increase health care access.
Roles and Responsibilities:
The AmeriCorps Member will collaborate with the Connector Services Team (including a second Americorps member), playing a critical role in supporting WAHA’s mission of connecting community members to health care services.

Direct Services:
Assist clients in person, on the phone and/or by email with obtaining health insurance and healthcare connection services. Direct service duties include:
• Screen for health insurance eligibility and local healthcare access programs
• Conduct in-person application assistance for Medicaid, Medicare, Bridge Assistance and
other health insurance and/or access programs. Follow tracking protocols to monitor client application status and respond to barriers which prevent approval.
• Explain eligibility and answer questions about Health Care Reform
• Establish trust and appropriately gather sensitive and confidential client information to
educate clients regarding ways to access to healthcare services. Problem-solve as needed
given clients’ individual needs and circumstances.
• Educate clients on health insurance and assist client in establishing a primary care doctor.
• Provide client-centered information and facilitate referrals to other community resources and programs.
• Educate clients about End of Life care and Advance Directive counseling.
• Maintain organized, thorough and timely documentation of services provided; assist in
preparation of monthly and quarterly reports, as requested
• Work independently as well as collaboratively with other team members
• Other duties as assigned
Outreach and Support:
• Participate in community outreach to civic groups, schools, faith communities, small
businesses and others as deemed appropriate
• Attend local and regional enrollment events to assist consumers in gaining access to health care coverage
Required AmeriCorps Training:
▪ AmeriCorps Affiliation and Program Orientation (provided by Washington Service Corps)
▪ Volunteer Recruitment, Management and Recognition
▪ Effective Communication
▪ Cultural Competency
▪ Life After AmeriCorps
NOTE:
Office Conditions/Physical Requirements:
Work is performed in an office environment. The office is very fast-paced with many deadlines to meet. Potential exposure to repetitive stresses due to prolonged use of computers. Stress associated with receiving multiple tasks from various individuals may occur. Sufficient mobility is required for the use of office equipment such as computers, telephones, files
and the copier. Sitting for extended periods of time as well as lifting a maximum of 30 pounds (file
storage boxes, supplies, etc.) may be required. The ability to hear and communicate at a level
sufficient to perform the essential functions of the position is required.

Site Specific Description:
Our mission is to connect people to health care and facilitate the transformation of the current system into one that improves health, reduces cost, and improves the experience of care. We are driven by our two-part mission of providing local access services, while fostering public participation and meaningful system change. WAHA has twelve staff members plus more than 20 volunteers who are very committed to WAHA’s mission and programs. The AmeriCorps member is considered a team member alongside the staff and is included in staff meetings, trainings and office-wide communications.
Hours of Service:

Monday* Bellingham 8:30am-12pm 12-12:30pm Bellingham 12:30-5:00pm
Tuesday* Bellingham 8:30am-12pm 12-12:30pm Bellingham 12:30-5:00pm
Wednesday* Bellingham 8:30am-12pm 12-12:30pm Bellingham 12:30-5:00pm
Thursday* Bellingham 8:30am-12pm 12-12:30pm Bellingham 12:30-5:00pm
Friday* Bellingham 8:30am-12pm 12-12:30pm Bellingham 12:30-5:00pm
Saturday*
*occasional weekend & evening events in various county locations
Total Hours for the Week: 40
Who to Report To:
The AmeriCorps Intern will report directly to the Connector Services Manager at WAHA. The AmeriCorps Intern will be expected and supported in his/her need to attend appropriate
AmeriCorps trainings or attend to AmeriCorps duties. Should AmeriCorps duties conflict with service site duties, every effort will be made between the member and the service site to come to an agreement that works for both parties. The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this position, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of service requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned. It is the policy of the Whatcom Alliance for Healthcare Access to not discriminate against any person regarding race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status or physical or mental disability.
Employee Signature: _______________________________ Date:______________

Graduate Program Residency Coordinator

Job position / title
Graduate Program Residency Coordinator

Name of business / employer
North Cascades Institute

Job description / duties
Summary
The Graduate Program Residency Coordinator works directly with the Graduate Program Director to support experiential and academic learning for graduate students during their 12-month residency at the North Cascades Environmental Learning Center. The Residency Coordinator supervises and mentors graduate students in core aspects of their residency, with emphasis on the teaching practicum and leadership development. The Residency Coordinator actively contributes to work in equity, diversity and inclusion within the graduate program and supports that work in the organization as a whole.

The Residency Coordinator is responsible for administration of the systems, scheduling, and communications necessary to manage a dynamic program with multiple layers of student learning in multiple programs at the Environmental Learning Center. This position works at the intersection of graduate courses and applied, experiential learning. The Residency Coordinator will contribute to courses as well as training in areas of expertise. The Residency Coordinator serves as a mentor and instructor for graduate students, as well as a coach for NCI staff that supervise graduate students in Work Study and Leadership Track positions. The Residency Coordinator also supervises Work Study positions offered to graduate students while in the residency.

The Residency Coordinator plans and facilitates pre-program logistics and works with operations staff to ensure student and program needs are met. This position also works closely with and supports the Graduate Program Community Engagement Coordinator, especially in areas such as summer Leadership Tracks and capstones / graduation. The Graduate Program Residency Coordinator is based at North Cascades Environmental Learning Center, located on Diablo Lake in North Cascades National Park, WA, but will also spend extensive time supporting the field-based courses from August to October, and will spend some time at the Institute’s administrative office in Sedro-Woolley, with occasional travel within the region. As staff at the ELC, this position may also assist with overnight supervision up to 2 nights / week.

Graduate program description
The graduate program is a partnership between North Cascades Institute and Western Washington University that blends leadership and nonprofit administration, curriculum development and instruction, natural and cultural history, and residential program operations. Students earn a Master of Education in Environmental Education from Western Washington University and Certifications in Leadership and Nonprofit Administration and Northwest Natural History from North Cascades Institute. This unique seven-quarter experience integrates hands-on teaching experiences at the Environmental Learning Center in North Cascades National Park. More information: http://www.ncascades.org/study

Commitment to Mission and Values
Successful candidates will have a commitment to the mission of North Cascades Institute and the organization’s effort to promote diversity, equity and inclusion throughout the Institute’s culture, work and partnering relationships to ensure that the Institute and its programs are welcoming, relevant and accessible.
Responsibilities

Management (45%): Oversee core aspects of a high-quality graduate program in partnership with the Graduate Program Director, University faculty and Institute staff. The Residency Coordinator will maintain leadership responsibilities with management of logistics, communications and scheduling in support of student learning. This includes reservations, travel, support of field seminars and courses, as well as ELC operations. The Residency Coordinator will manage the hiring and evaluation processes associated with the Work Study and Leadership Track programs, including coordination and coaching with all supervisors, and managing external sponsors. The Residency Coordinator will help integrate graduate students into Institute programs and operations and contribute to the evaluation of the graduate program and the students’ performance in it. The Residency Coordinator will help facilitate positive group dynamics among students and between students and staff.

Mentoring (20%): Provide constructive evaluative feedback using performance coaching on a consistent basis throughout the residency for graduate students. The Residency Coordinator will help students balance their unique living situation as student, staff and community member and support students through additional learning opportunities through events and conferences.

Supervision (15%): Supervise Work Study positions in alignment with the implementation of Strategic and Operational Goals, Institute initiatives and program priorities.

Instruction (15%): Participate as an active member of the Institute’s Education Team and facilitate leadership development connected to student involvement in NCI education programs. The Residency Coordinator will teach within areas of expertise, particularly in the place-based learning, teaching practicum and curriculum courses. The Residency Coordinator will support graduate curricula with teaching, training and evaluation and may teach in other Institute education programs.

Partnerships (5%): Participate in the Graduate M.Ed. Committee, work with WWU staff to support students with WWU resources throughout the residency and build collaborative partnerships with community-based partners.

Recruitment (5%): Work with the Graduate Program Director, Institute marketing staff, and the Graduate Program Community Engagement Coordinator to develop and implement the marketing and recruitment plan. This includes communication with prospective students, particularly while visiting the ELC. The Residency Coordinator will also serve on the admissions committee and work with the Graduate Program Director in awarding scholarships.
Compensation, Benefits and Housing
This is a temporary, full-time, exempt position. The employment duration is September 2018 – August 2019. Salary range is $2833 – $3166 per month depending on experience. Benefits include sick leave, and paid holidays. Some financial support for WFR certification may be available if needed. Institute housing may be available for rent. Nearest towns to the Environmental Learning Center: Diablo and Newhalem (8 miles), Marblemount (20 miles), and Rockport (31 miles). Meals are provided when programs are in session; otherwise, staff are responsible for providing their own food. The Graduate Program Residency Coordinator is responsible for their own health insurance. Given the remote location, personal transportation is required. Pets and smoking are not allowed in Institute housing or campus.

Application Deadline: Position open until filled

Start Date: September preferred
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Institute does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, military, genetic information, ancestry, marital status, age, citizenship or any other basis prohibited by law in any of its policies or programs.

About North Cascades Institute
North Cascades Institute (www.ncascades.org) is a respected, national leader among U.S. environmental education organizations. The Institute is in sound financial health with a $3.5 million budget, strong reserves, and more than a decade of Four-Star ratings from Charity Navigator. The Institute was voted “Best Place to Work” in the 2013 Bellingham Alive – Best in the Northwest annual readers’ poll. Our administrative office is co-located with the National Park Service and US Forest Service in Sedro-Woolley, WA. The North Cascades Environmental Learning Center is located on Diablo Lake in North Cascades National Park.

North Cascades Environmental Learning Center
Named a “Top Three Spots in the North Cascades” by The Seattle Times and “Top Ten Great Getaways” by ParentMap Magazine, the Environmental Learning Center is a hub of discovery for all ages in one of the wildest, most biologically diverse landscapes in North America. Operated by North Cascades Institute in partnership with the National Park Service and the City of Seattle, our award-winning residential campus is nestled on the shores of Diablo Lake in North Cascades National Park. Activities include school and youth programs, a graduate program, classes for adults, teachers and families, and a wide array of conferences and retreats. Featuring earth-friendly design and operations, our tree-sheltered campus features 16 buildings:
• Multimedia classrooms, a research library and aquatic and terrestrial labs
• Overnight lodging for up to 92 participants, plus housing for graduate students and staff
• A lakeside dining hall with a recycling/composting center
• An amphitheater, outdoor learning shelters and trails leading into the surrounding wildlands
• A dock on Diablo Lake for paddling adventures
• ADA-accessible facilities and pathways

Qualifications
Required Qualifications

• Demonstrated commitment to equity work and culturally relevant institutional change
• Professional work experience in program management
• Demonstrated experience in mentoring and teaching adult students
• Ability to teach and model culturally responsive skills and practices
• Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills
• Demonstrated ability to work in a collaborative team environment, including working with staff, students, and community members

Successful candidates will also be willing to live in a remote area, able to instruct and lead others while traveling in the backcountry, have a current driver’s license with acceptable driving record, and will need to complete a criminal history disclosure and background check. This position requires a Wilderness First Responder certification, which may be supported in part financially by NCI if needed.

Preferred Qualifications

• Master’s degree in education, conservation, or related field
• Demonstrated experience and / or training in performance coaching & communication
• Demonstrated graduate or undergraduate teaching experience (experiential background preferred)

Application deadline / closing date
09/09/2018

Salary / rate of pay
$2833 per month

Days and hours of employment
40

Flexible schedule?
(○) No

Travel required?
(○) Yes

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
September 2018 to August 2019

Person or department to contact
Cindy Lee

Business address
http://www.ncascades.org

Work location (if different from above)
Diablo Lake

Email
cindy_lee@ncascades.org

Phone
360.854.2654

How to apply
To Apply
Please apply online on our website at: http://ncascades.atsondemand.com/
Complete the online application and upload a resume and a cover letter applicable for this position.

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

Campaign Executive

Job position / title
Campaign Executive

Name of business / employer
United Way of Whatcom County

Job description / duties
General Position Summary:
To work both individually and as part of a team to run United Way’s annual fundraising campaign. Campaign Executives (CE’s) work with a variety of United Way stakeholders, including donors, beneficiaries and volunteers, to raise funds for our Community Impact Fund.

This is a temporary position. Term of position is approximately from mid-August to mid-November (12 weeks). Only part-time positions are available.

Benefits of the Position:
ü Excellent opportunity to improve communication, public speaking, leadership, time management and teamwork skills
ü Extensive opportunities for networking with local business leaders
ü Comprehensive training provided in the areas of communications, account management, promotion, and fundraising
ü Great way to serve the community while making new business contacts

Qualifications
Minimum Requirements
• Experience with public speaking and presentations
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office
• Familiarity with data collection and entry
• Valid Driver’s License and accessibility to an automobile
• Ability to carry packages weighing 25 pounds

Application deadline / closing date
08/17/2018

Salary / rate of pay
$15.00 per hour

Days and hours of employment
Monday through Friday

Flexible schedule?
(○) Yes

Travel required?
(○) Yes

Pay period
(○) Bi-weekly

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
8/08/2018 – 11/16/2018

Person or department to contact
Patricia Boyce

Business address
1500 Cornwall Avenue, Suite 203

Email
pboyce@unitedwaywhatcom.org

Phone
360.733.8670 ext. 1111

Fax
360.733.8674

How to apply
Please send cover letter and resume to Patricia Boyce, Workplace Development and Community Impact Manager at pboyce@unitedwaywhatcom.org.

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

Part Time Biller

Job position / title
Part Time Biller

Name of business / employer
Sumas Clinic

Job description / duties
Part time medical biller needed. Must have diploma in medical billing and/or experience billing. Likely temporary. Please email your resume to sumasmedicalclinic@yahoo.com, or you may fax to 360-988-9409, or mail to POB 1010 Sumas, WA 98295. We look forward to meeting you.

Qualifications
Must have diploma in medical billing. Experience is also helpful.

Application deadline / closing date
08/30/2018

Salary / rate of pay
varies

Days and hours of employment
Likely Wed and Thurs, varies

Flexible schedule?
(○) Yes

Travel required?
(○) No

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
Now, for a few months likely

Person or department to contact
Sara Thompson

Business address
POB 1010 Sumas, WA 98295

Work location (if different from above)
112 Columbia St., Sumas, WA 98295

Email
sumasmedicalclinic@yahoo.com

Phone
360.988.9404

Fax
360.988.9409

How to apply
Please see above.

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

Marine Electrician

Job position / title
Marine Electrician
Name of business / employer
All American Marine, Inc.
Job description / duties
TITLE: MARINE ELECTRICIAN

REPORTS TO: ELECTRICAL SUPERVISOR

*This is a temporary 2-week position

SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS:
Install, maintain, repair, test and commission electrical and electronic equipment and systems.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Read electrical and mechanical diagrams, drawings, or specifications to determine job requirements.
2. In conjunction with the Electrical Supervisor or Project Manager, plan the layout of wiring systems.
3. Test for, locate, and repair electrical malfunctions.
4. Install electrical and electronic control systems.
5. Assemble and fabricate electrical and electronic components and appliances.
6. Connect electrical equipment to power sources.
7. Assist with other aspects of the boat outfitting and production as needed.
8. Performs all functions in a careful and safe manner while always keeping an eye out for others in the area.
9. Keeps equipment and work area clean and orderly.
10. Perform other company duties as assigned. Willing to be flexible in job duties.
11. Ability to negotiate stairs, ladders and heights, crawl in confined spaces.
Qualifications
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES
• Journeyman/Leadman electrician skills.
• ABYC certification preferred.
• Shipbuilding or construction background.
• Familiarity with a variety of electrical codes and ratings.
• Skilled usage of hand and power tools.
• Detail oriented while able to continuously improve efficiency
• Ability to follow directions.
• Ability to work independently and be a self starter.
• Enjoys a team-oriented environment and works well with others.
• Confidentiality, tact, and discretion when dealing with people.
• Positive attitude and desire for self-improvement
Please apply at https://www.allamericanmarine.com /about/job-opportunities

All American Marine, Inc. is a federal contractor and employment is contingent upon passing a pre-employment drug test.

All American Marine is an Equal Opportunity Employer. As required by 41 CFR 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a), qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
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.
07/20/2018
Salary / rate of pay
Enter a specific hourly rate, or a range or ‘negotiable’
$25.00/hour
Days and hours of employment
Monday-Thursday 6:00 am to 4:30 pm
Flexible schedule?
(○) No
Travel required?
(○) No
Pay period
(○) Weekly
Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
7/23/18 to 8/06/18
Person or department to contact
Laura Smit
Business address
1010 Hilton Ave.
Work location (if different from above)
Bellingham
Email
hr@allamericanmarine.com
Phone
360.746.6552

Fax
360.647.7607
How to apply
Applications are online only at https://www.allamericanmarine.com/about/job-opportunities
Applications should include
[×] Resume
[×] Cover letter
[×] References

Full-Time Summer Assistant Cook

Full-Time Summer Assistant Cook

Name of business / employer
The Firs

Job description / duties
Join Our Cooking Team!
The Firs Retreat Center, located in the Geneva neighborhood of Bellingham, is seeking assistant cooks to join our food service team. The kitchen atmosphere at The Firs is a casual and up-beat environment, that serves up to 150 guests. You’ll work with a great team in a well-organized and equipped professional kitchen and will create and serve buffet and family-style, adult-oriented meals. Your experience in banquet, restaurant, or institutional cooking will be helpful, but our food service manager will train you to run the kitchen, in order to assist in food preparation with our team of prep-cooks. There are two positions available in our kitchen; both pay $16 per hour.

Qualifications
Minimum education: High School graduate.

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. 08/31/2018

Salary / rate of pay
Enter a specific hourly rate, or a range or ‘negotiable’ $16.00

Days and hours of employment
30 to 40 hours a week throughout the summer.

Flexible schedule?
(○) Negotiable

Travel required?
(○) No

 

Person or department to contact
REBEKAH R QUINN

Business address
4605 Cable St

Work location (if different from above)
BELLINGHAM

Email
rebekah@thefirs.org

Phone
360.733.6840

 

How to apply
Download, print and email to rebekah@thefirs.org or mail to 4605 Cable St., Bellingham, WA 98229. https://thefirs.org/index.php/employment/#job-ap

Applications should include
[×] Resume

Camp Counselor

Name of business / employer
Lions Camp Horizon

Job description / duties
Counselors: Support/assist campers in recreational activities such as bowling, soccer, disk golf, archery, arts & craft, water activities, horseback riding and personal care. Must reside over night during camp sessions.

Cooks: Plan and prepare meals for up to 120 individuals in a cafeteria style setting. Supervise food service volunteers and kitchen assistants. Assist with ordering food & related supplies. Full & part-time positions.

Qualifications
16+
Must have fanny-pack filled with smiles, patience, praise and boundless energy.
Must have a penchant for tie-dying, a willingness to sing silly songs, dress in outlandish costumes and slather on face paint. Having fun is required!

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. 07/09/2018

Salary / rate of pay
Enter a specific hourly rate, or a range or ‘negotiable’ 50/day

Days and hours of employment
Monday-Friday 7am-9pm

Flexible schedule?
(○) Negotiable

Travel required?
(○) No

Pay period
(○) Bi-weekly

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
Seasonal

Person or department to contact
Christina Thomas

Business address
7506 Gemini Street

Email
Horizon.campdirector@gmail.com

Phone
360.371.0531

 

How to apply
https://lionscamphorizon.org/staff-info/

Follow the link above for the best summer of your life!

Applications should include
[×] Resume

Middle School Tennis Coach: St. Paul’s Academy — Application closing 7/20/18

Job Title and Description: Middle School Tennis Coach

Must have: First Aid/CPR and be fingerprinted and have documented results of clear criminal record.

  • Provide instruction in all phases of tennis;
  • Works with student athletes to improve personal and teamwork skills;
  • Provides guidance and encouragement to help students receive person gain from their participation;
  • Maintain compliance of St. Paul’s Academy and middle school rules, regulations, and policies that pertain to athletic programs;
  • Works with the athletic director to evaluate program needs;
  • Promotes the proper use and care of school property;
  • Communicate effectively with the team, staff, parents, administration, community and the media;
  • Complete all necessary forms
  • Organize and maintain team statistics and information;
  • Completes paperwork timely and accurately;
  • Maintains an acceptable attendance record and is punctual;
  • At the end of the season evaluates assistant coach, provides an evaluation of the tennis program as well as inventories equipments and uniforms.
  • Be knowledgeable of, monitor, and maintain compliance of applicable health and safety practices.

If interested please call St. Paul’s Academy 360-733-1750 or email athletic director at ksiemion@sp-academy.org.

Pay Rate (or range): $600-1,000 for the season

Hours/Week or Total Hours: 3-5 days per week 3:15-5:15 Beginning in Sept and end the last week in October

Employer: St. Paul’s Academy – Athletics

Contact Person: Kristin Siemon