Swim Instructor/Lifeguard – Closes 4/28/17

Position Swim Instructor/Lifeguard
Employer Bellingham Golf and Country Club
Job Description The Bellingham Golf and Country Club is hiring lifeguards and swim instructors for the summer season in a high energy, rewarding, outdoor work environment.

The ideal candidate, in addition to being a Red Cross certified lifeguard, is:
• is available all summer
• is reliable, responsible and dependable
• is hard worker with a positive attitude
• is a strong swimmer
• loves working with kids

Qualification Applicants must be Red Cross certified Lifeguards

Compensation

$11.00/DOE
Days/Hours Summer 20-40 hours
Contact Info Nick Kheriaty, 3729 Meridian Street, Bellingham  EMAIL:   BGCCpool@gmail.com
How to Apply Email Nick Kheriaty at BGCCpool@gmail.com
Position Closes April 28, 2017

Independent Living Skills Coordinator (Tacoma) – Open Until Filled

Position Independent Living Skills Coordinator (Tacoma)
Employer Catholic Community Services/Catholic Housing Services 
Job Description Program Description:

The International Foster Care program (IFC) provides a safe, nurturing foster care environment for children who have fled their countries of origin. This comprehensive set of services includes education, legal, social and psychological supports all directed at achieving safety, stability and healthy development.

Position Description:

Under the direct supervision of the Program Supervisor:  Responsible for providing Independent Living services for refugee and immigrant children placed in foster care by working collaboratively with the case management team.  Manage ETV program and complete program outcomes reports.  In addition, assist and monitor foster youth who are participating in various foster youth grant programs.

Essential Functions: 

  • Develop a working knowledge of the IFC policy and procedure manuals.
  • Responsible for supervision and case management of 30-40 Unaccompanied Minors with regard to their life skills and emancipation plans.
  • Develop a comprehensive Life Skills Assessment and Independent Living Skills Curriculum to include goal-setting, education, and employment competencies for each youth transitioning out of foster care to independent living.
  • Provide and coordinate Independent Living Skills support services to satellite offices.
  • Partner with foster youth, foster parents, community, and case management team to utilize resources such as furniture banks, medical, educational, and public benefits that will successfully prepare youth to live independently.
  • Report back to and coordinate with case managers on each youth’s progress.
  • Participate and provide input during weekly staffing with regard to refugee services for youth.
  • Facilitate monthly group activities, workshops and classes to help expose youth to different educational and career opportunities, as well as coordinate guest speakers and invite community members to share expertise.
  • Maintain client files documenting youths participation in all IL activities and IL goal achievement.
  • Monitor ETV Program, Chafee Grant participants, and IL services support funds.
  • Manage ETV and Chafee Grant program for 15-20 participants by determining eligibility, awarding funds, and monitoring educational or employment status, as well as completing corresponding federal outcomes reports.
  • Write monthly program report to include outcomes, as well as programming and statistical information to include all youth.
  • Responsible for federal outcomes reports for youth who exit care until age 21.
  • Demonstrate strong interpersonal and organizational skills.

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PeopleSoft Functional Analyst – Finance – Open Until Filled

 

Position PeopleSoft Functional Analyst – Finance
Employer Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
Job Description  Position Overview

The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) seeks a PeopleSoft Finance Functional Analyst to join the Business Operations division, which is responsible for supporting PeopleSoft Finance and Human Capital Management enterprise applications users.

The PeopleSoft Finance Functional Analyst will administer and manage the SBCTC’s automated financial information systems comprised of PeopleSoft Financials/HCM applications and other interfacing systems, to optimize colleges accounting and procurement business processes. This position requires the ability to understand complex user issues, research answers, and provide working, hands-on knowledge and support to users unfamiliar with the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution as it applies to their specific business processes. The work environment is fast-paced and customer-focused.

The PeopleSoft Finance Functional Analyst will have strong planning and project management ability, as well as excellent written, verbal, presentation and interpersonal communication skills.

 

PeopleSoft Functional Analyst – Finance | SBCTC

Project Leadership and Support

  • Support end-users with functional application and business expertise; coach and mentor end-users on best practices and business processes.
  • Analyze and troubleshoot issues, implement solutions, write knowledge-base articles, document service desk requests to provide incident and problem resolution to support end-users.
  • Provide functional/user focus to augment the technical focus on system upgrades.
  • Implement new functionality or enhancements for legally mandated changes and new interfaces.
  • Act as project functional lead to guide others in testing and implementing new system functionality or enhancements.

System Administration and Maintenance

  • Serve as a liaison to ERP technical support and the broader Oracle/PeopleSoft community.
  • Create and maintain application support documentation including functional, technical and business requirements, configuration guides, business process workflows and training materials.
  • Assist with evaluation, testing and deployment of PeopleSoft Financials application releases and patches, including updating related documentation and training materials.

Business Process/Software Functionality Optimization

  • Interview staff on job procedures.
  • Review and document desk procedures, user manuals and business processes.
  • Provide recommendations for business process/system functionality enhancements.

Coordination and Communication

  • Participate on the PeopleSoft Financials User Group and/or the ctcLink project team to coordinate and prioritize system initiatives and user/functional involvement and to promote system/business process best practices within the SBCTC.
  • Participate and network within the Oracle/ PeopleSoft community and industry by attending and/or presenting at various PeopleSoft regional user group meetings and state and local government meetings.

End-User Training and Support

  • Support high quality end-user customer service and consistency between ERP implementation and SBCTC policies.
  • Fulfill end-user requests for application-related configuration items.
  • Work collaboratively with the Information Technology division training and ERP support staff to develop communications and training materials to support end-user readiness.
  • Deliver classroom and/or virtual instructor-led training to end-users.
  • Identify opportunities for business process improvement.
  • Work collaboratively with ERP support team from all pillars (Campus Solutions, Human Capital Management, and Finance) on cross-functional projects.

Full job posting at http://www.sbctc.edu/about/jobs/job-positions/finance-peoplesoft-functional-analyst.aspx

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Day Camp Counselor – Closes 5/31/17

Position Day Camp Counselor
Employer Outdoors for All Foundation
Job Description  

Safely facilitate outdoor recreation programs to people, ages 5- 21, with and without disabilities. Support Day Camp programming through creative and fun activity planning, recreation activity delivery and feedback.

Responsibilities:
1. Maintain safety of participants, volunteers and staff at all times during day camp activities.
2. Deliver adaptive and therapeutic recreation programs. Provide instruction in adaptive sports such as cycling, hiking, camping, rock climbing, and paddling.
3. Support high quality delivery of day camp activities through incorporation of therapeutic recreation techniques, responding to parent and participant requests, setting-up, taking down and storage of equipment, and care and safety of Outdoors for All vehicles.
4. Problem-solve unexpected changes in activity plans, camper and/or volunteer participation as a team.
5. Drive Outdoors for All vehicles, trailers and equipment for event and program needs. Load, unload and operate recreational equipment as needed for the program.
6. Ensure day camp supplies, equipment, and vehicles are stocked and ready for use as needed.
7. Store and care for equipment and vehicles to ensure they are safe and reliable for current and future programs.
8. Provide feedback to parents/ caregivers as needed in the form of daily progress reports, behavior reports, morning or afternoon check-ins, phone calls and/or e-mails.
9. Be a positive representative and promoter of Outdoors for All programs, events and activities in our community.
10. Maintain accurate paperwork, including attendance and pick-up/drop off signature sheets, program activity reports, gas and activity receipts, incident and behavior incident report forms, vehicle logs, etc.
11. Comply with Outdoors for All safety and health policies and procedures.
12. Be on-time and prepared for each day camp activity.
13. Participate fully as member of the Outdoors for All summer seasonal staff team.
14. Other duties as identified.

Dates of employment are June 12th, 2017 – September 1st, 2017

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Summer Camp Staff – Closes 6/1/17

CYO Camps

Position Summer Camp Staff
Employer
Job Description Are you looking for more than just a job this summer? Help a child deepen their faith, discern your gifts, and spend the summer living out Christ’s example of servant leadership. Staff members facilitate a unique ministry to youth and families in an outdoor setting rooted in the Catholic faith. Season salaries starting at $1,000 plus room and board. Leadership salaries $1,500-$5,000 (with potential for travel stipend). June 19-August 19 2017. Available positions include: Cabin leaders, horseback riding instructors, nurses, high ropes instructors, kitchen staff, directors and more.

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Home Care Aide/Individual Provider (Closes 7/1/17)

Position Home Care Aide/Individual Provider
Employer Home Care Referral Registry of Washington State
Job Description Seeking College Students & Individual Provider’s or HCA Certified IP’ (Bellingham Area)

Home Care Referral Registry is currently looking for motivated Individual Provider or students in the Whatcom area that are interested in working as an Individual Provider to assist consumer’s by providing one on one personal care in the consumers homes. You must have a valid Driver’s license and be able to pass a background as well as be able to complete all required training within 200 days from your first hire. Please contact Alayna Biladeau for more information @ 360-707-2368.

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Embrace the Exceptional. Work at Camp Ramapo this summer! (Closes 6/01/17)

Position Embrace the Exceptional. Work at Camp Ramapo this summer!
Employer Ramapo for Children
Description Based on our 250-acre campus in Rhinebeck, New York, Camp Ramapo is Ramapo for Children’s residential summer camp that serves children ages 6-16 who are affected by social, emotional, or learning challenges, including children on the autism spectrum.

Camp Ramapo provides a traditional summer camp experience for children who have difficulty building and maintaining healthy relationships with peers and adults and would struggle in a less supportive setting. All of Camp Ramapo’s programming is carefully structured to help children with special needs learn to live within a group, form healthy friendships, make good choices, overcome obstacles, develop self-confidence, and experience success. Camp Ramapo offers a one-to-one staff-to-camper ratio.

As a Camp Ramapo counselor, you’ll receive:
Intensive, evidence-informed training on our Ramapo Approach, which is sought out by educators, school leaders, youth workers and caregivers around the world

Daily interaction with children who face varying degrees of social, emotional and learning challenges

A network of people within Ramapo for Children’s community, which includes year-round staff members, trainers, board members and counselor alumni, many of whom have gone on to pursue careers in education, social work and psychology

Free room and board on our 250-acre campus plus summer stipend and travel reimbursement

Up to six credits through an on-site college course, “Fieldwork in Special Education”

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Caregiver/Housekeeping (Open until filled)

Position

Caregiver/Housekeeping

Employer James
Job Description

Retired senior looking for a part-time caregiver and housekeeping help in the Sunset area.  Transportation is available, if needed. Flexible hours!

Qualifications

Reliable and trustworthy

Compensation

negotiable

Days/Hours Part-time and flexible to work around your school schedule
Contact Info
How to Apply
Call James at (360) 715-3312
Position Closes Open until filled

WCC Career Center Office/Education Assistant

Position  WCC Career Center Office/Education Assistant
Employer  Whatcom Community College
Job Description
Job description / duties
 This customer service position will work independently and as a team member in the Career and Transfer Center. Work may also be done as needed in the Entry Advising Office, during busy periods of registration, providing some assistance to students with check-in during registration and occasionally assisting with campus events, as they relate to career and advising services. These may include, but are not limited to, job fairs and transfer fairs, including helping set up inside and outside. The daily work tasks in this position include updating the WCC job board as well as the Career and Transfer Advising blog, explaining resources to students, staff, faculty, and the public. After initial training, this position will need to understand and be able to explain the use of the software programs such as WOIS, the WWU job postings for students and state job search resources. This position requires excellent computer skills, ability to compose and write short job descriptions, answer phone calls professionally, ability to write a short memo or letter, take phone messages for staff, keep the Career and Transfer Center looking clean and tidy, represent the college in professional manner, and take initiative during slower service periods.

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