Program Assistant- Closes 7/22/17

Position Program Assistant (71000 – Adult Services)
Employer Compass Health
Job Description Compass Health is the region’s largest private, non-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties of Western Washington. We provide quality creative services to children, families and adults in a variety of outpatient, residential and inpatient settings. Our goal is to help people stay in their home and in their community, surrounded by family and friends who can support them during difficult times.





Program Assistant

Program: 71000 – Adult Services; Skagit County

Location: Mount Vernon

Hours: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Wage: $15.00/DOE




Compass Health is in need of a Program Assistant at our Adult Services in Skagit County. The Program Assistant performs a variety of complex clerical and administrative duties with minimal supervision. Responsibilities may include triaging calls, coordinating communication between team and clients, assisting clients, families, and other agencies in getting answers to questions, de-escalating situations, maintaining program expenditures, coordinating management information system, maintaining client confidentiality, and providing general clerical support to clinical and medical staff as assigned.

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required, AA or BA Degree preferred.
  • Experience in medical, mental health or social services field preferred.
  • Valid Washington State Driver’s License required including vehicle and appropriate insurance, if applicable • Excellent clerical and/or administrative skills.
  • Basic knowledge of money management and good math skills.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to multitask within a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to maintain a positive, solution-focused demeanor when responding to conflicts or problems.
  • Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
  • General computer proficiency, including the ability to utilize electronic medical record systems and accurate typing and word processing skills.
  • Ability to pass pre-employment criminal background check, which may or may not include an additional search by DSHS.


Days/Hours TBD
Contact Info Human Resources

1100 S 2nd St, Mt Vernon, WA 98273


PHONE: 425.349.8452

How to Apply    If you are interested in this position, please send your CV/Resume to For more information about Compass Health, please visit our website at


Compass Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Position Closes July 22, 2017

Warehouse/Receiving Clerk- Closes 9/30/17

Position Warehouse/Receiving Clerk
Employer Totally Chocolate
Job Description Totally Chocolate has openings for the HOLIDAY SEASON in our warehouse!

We are looking to hire our primary receiving clerk who will spend a majority of time running the Forklift, Loading and unloading trucks and stocking our raw material warehouse.

Other shipping positions vary and could include: pulling and packing orders, using FedEx and UPS software, navigating custom software, using hot glue guns, all positions are fast pace, standing on concrete all day.

Fork lift or UPS software experience a PLUS!

Positions are day shift, seasonal FULL TIME 30-60 hours per week expecting to last until the middle of December. $12.00 per hour

Must be at least 18 years old.

All offers of employment contingent upon passing drug screen and background check. Totally Chocolate is a drug fee workplace. EOE

Qualifications No specific skill required.

Must be at least 18 years old.

All offers of employment contingent upon passing drug screen and background check. Totally Chocolate is a drug fee workplace. EOE


Days/Hours Monday-Friday 8 am – 4:30 pm. Seasonal positions starting in July with hiring ending in October. Positions run to mid December.
Contact Info Leigh Steiger

2025 Sweet Rd Blaine, WA 98230


PHONE: 360.332.3900

How to Apply    Submit resume to

Go to Totally Chocolates website and fill out digital Application.

Come to our facility and fill out an application in person.

Position Closes September 30, 2017

Teaching Staff- Closes 7/12/17

Position Teaching Staff
Employer Opportunity Council
Job Description Come be a part of a team committed to providing a diverse, inclusive environment where parents can be sure their children are well cared for, encouraged to reach their full potential and ready for school! We are looking for teachers with varying levels of education, experience and responsibility to implement developmentally appropriate early childhood classroom experiences and family engagement opportunities. Our employment philosophy includes coaching, open and frequent communication and professional development for all staff. Excellent benefits for eligible staff.
Qualifications See full job announcement & application process at Paper Employment Applications may be picked up at 1419 Cornwall Ave., Bellingham, WA. Completed applications must be received by 4:00pm, 7/12/17. EOE/M/F/D/V


Days/Hours Varies
Contact Info Human Resources

1419 Cornwall Ave, Bellingham, WA


How to Apply    See full job announcement & application process at Paper Employment Applications may be picked up at 1419 Cornwall Ave., Bellingham, WA. Completed applications must be received by 4:00pm, 7/12/17. EOE/M/F/D/V
Position Closes July 12, 2017

Assistant to Choir Coordinator- Closes 6/30/17

Position Assistant to Choir Coordinator
Employer Childcare Worldwide
Job Description We’re seeking a skilled and motivated department assistant to help coordinate and oversee administrative tasks.

Applicants must be detail oriented, organized, and capable of multi-tasking in a fast paced environment. Applicants best suited for the position will have strong written and oral communication skills, work well as part of a team and individually, and possess customer service experience.

Job duties include:
* Collection, organization, and processing of information within a database system
* Management of customer data and maintenance of customer relationships
* Administrative tasks completed in a timely manner
* Coordination between customers, team members, and field staff

Qualifications – Highly organized and attentive to detail
– Confident, articulate and highly motivated
– Exhibit problem-solving skills
– Relationship oriented
– Maintain professionalism in all assigned tasks
– Able to work effectively as a team player as well as independently
– Provide friendly and efficient customer service, ideally two years of experience
– Proficient at using MS Office, intermediate to advanced skills in Excel and MS Word
– Experienced with data management in a database system, ideally two years experience
– Demonstrate web based research skills


$14 – 14.25 (hourly) DOE
Days/Hours Monday – Friday, almost full time
Contact Info Nancy

315 Lakeway Dr, Bellingham

PHONE: 360.647.2283 ext. 300

How to Apply    Please send your resume and cover letter to
Position Closes June 30, 2017

Receptionist- Closes 6/23/17

Position Receptionist
Employer GeoTest Services, Inc.
Job Description GeoTest Services, Inc. is a regional leader in providing geotechnical engineering, environmental consulting, building science, construction inspection, and materials testing services. At GeoTest, it is our mission to facilitate the successful development of our community, employees, and industry.

GeoTest Services, Inc. is seeking an experienced receptionist to be part of our growing and diverse consulting firm. We are looking for dependable individuals that have excellent verbal and written communication skills. This position will be the ambassador and first impression between our company and clients, and must have experience professionally answering phone calls in a polite tone, taking messages, and providing appropriate information to clients, employees, and other consultants. The position requires maintaining a high level of company confidentiality. Our diverse and growing business needs an individual that is creative, eager to learn and has excellent problem-solving skills. Individuals must be detail-oriented, work independently and be able to multitask in a fast-paced office environment without compromising on work quality.
This position requires individuals to:

• Professionally answer and direct all incoming phone calls and visitors
• Effectively communicate information, scheduling and project details to Lead Dispatcher, Project Managers and other Administrative Staff
• Have an excellent talent to interact with people in a positive and courteous manner
• Have strong written and verbal communication skills
• Work with sensitive documents and material while maintaining a high level of confidentially
• Be able to prioritize tasks according to importance in a fast paced environment
• Provide support to other departments as needed
• Perform clerical and other office duties as assigned
• Order office supplies and maintain a clean office
• Be dependable, punctual and work in a team environment

Qualifications Basic Qualifications:
• High School Diploma or GED
• 1+ years of office experience
• Have up to 1 year of experience as a primary receptionist
• Proficiency in MS Office
• Type 60 wpm
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Valid Driver’s License and ability to pass background-screening

Preferred Qualifications:
• Associates or higher degree
• Familiarity with construction industry
• Accounting software experience
• Experience as a scheduler/dispatcher


Days/Hours Mon to Fri – 40 hours/week
Contact Info Jaclyn Phillips

741 Marine Drive, Bellingham, WA


PHONE: 360.733.7318 ext. 1105

How to Apply    Email resume and references to
Position Closes June 23, 2017

Operations Assistant II, Tacoma- Open Until Filled

Position Operations Assistant II – Tacoma
Employer Catholic Community Services/Catholic Housing Services 
Job Description Program Description:

The Family Behavioral Health System provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based therapeutic services and supports to families and children with complex therapeutic needs. Family Behavioral Health Services are delivered primarily in the client’s home or community and are designed to reinforce the strengths of the family to prevent the out-of-home placement of a child or prepare for the return home of a child from out-of-home care. Services focus on empowering the family to effectively use their strengths and abilities to address their needs and challenges with the primary goals of supporting them to become self-sufficient and to strengthen their relationships with community and natural supports that can sustain their long term success.

Position Description:

This position supports the administrative and operational functions of the office, which may include general office support, administrative assistance, data entry and medical records

General Office Support

  • Answer incoming phone calls, handle routine inquiries, and direct appropriate inquiries to appropriate staff person.
  • Greet visitors and clients and assist with inquires.
  • Coordinate and distribute incoming and outgoing mail.
  • Assist with correspondence.
  • Photocopy and collate data as requested.
  • Maintain adequate office supplies (including paper supplies, coffee/snacks) for the smooth running of the office
  • Identify supply needs and order as appropriate.
  • Maintain phone lists for office staff.
  • Arrange staff travel, including airfare, hotel and car rental.
  • Interface with maintenance, copier repair, and cleaning crews.
  • Interface with wireless provider to order staff cell phones and resolve issues.
  • Maintain appropriate use of agency credit cards for travel and other purchases, including documentation of use and communication to accounting.
  • Assists in the hiring process by sending out correspondence for employment (postcards, acceptance letters, etc.), scheduling interviews and arranging interview packets.
  • Assists with the checking of references for candidates.
  • Assists in tracking mandatory HR requirements such as new hire paperwork, training certifications, performance evaluations, etc.
  • Creates training reminders and assists in setting up for trainings.
  • Order food for meetings as requested.
  • Provides administrative support to staff and leadership with file organization.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Data Entry:

  • Responsible for the quick and accurate entry of clinical and administrative data into the management information system(s), to include: client registration and demographics, diagnosis, authorizations, clinical services, referral and exit information, outcome data, expenses/concrete costs, purchase orders, credit card vouchers, gift card usage, petty cash, etc.
  • Assess the accuracy of clinical and administrative data prior to entry and facilitate corrections with supervisors and staff prior to entry.
  • Set up and maintain employee information and qualifications in the database.
  • Responsible for initial and monthly Medicaid status checks for all mental health funded consumers in order to verify funding compliance and third party coverage and input all changes into the management information system (MIS). Check error reports in data systems weekly and work with the Family Preservation MIS staff to resolve all errors prior to the end of the month.
  • Enter completed consumer satisfaction surveys into the MIS.
  • Verify all consumers’ funding and authorization limits monthly through state’s MMIS website and MHO or private insurance website.
  • Closes out clients in the MIS when services are completed.
  • Maintains up-to-date tracking list of open and closed clients.

Medical Administrative Assistant

  • Maintain confidentially of all clinical and medical information.
  • Schedule all patient appointments and manage the psychiatric schedule.
  • Make appointment reminder calls to client families and mail out pre-appointment paperwork and reminders.
  • Distribute pre-visit paperwork to appropriate staff and ensure its return.
  • Function as interface between psychiatric staff and therapists and families.
  • Utilize online prescription service, log prescription refills in client’s file and call or fax in medication refills per psychiatric staff’s request.
  • Maintain medical files with appointment records and psychiatric notes.
  • Input psychiatric services into billing system. Follow up with Data Management staff or Operations Manager to troubleshoot billing issues.
  • Guide clinical documents through the psychiatric sign-off process.
  • Follow proper procedures for releasing client documents.
  • Respond to requests for records from other providers and agencies.
  • Other duties assigned.

Medical Records

  • Maintains active and closed clinical charts in secure locations.
  • Maintain master copy of all forms (clinical and administrative) and ensure an adequate supply is available to staff.
  • Maintain an adequate supply of intake packets and blank clinical charts.
  • Monitor compliance with standards for timeliness and completeness of document submission and work with administrative and clinical leadership as it relates to direct service staff participation.
  • Provides technical support for therapists and care coordinators in file organization. Assists in consolidation of multiple forms and in ensuring form are complete.
  • Types documents per requests.
  • Works cooperatively with all staff to comply with contract requirements and best practice regarding disbursement of completed reports.
  • Ensure that invoices for services are mailed out by the 15th of the month and emailed to Accounting.

Additional Administrative Supports (Financial and Information Technology)

  • Assist in preparing bi-weekly employee payroll by tracking, scanning and mailing completed timesheets.
  • Assist in resolving payroll problems in a timely manner.
  • Handle all aspects of petty cash and purchase orders from distributing, tracking, data entry, mailing and filing.
  • Track inventory of gift cards and maintain spreadsheet and database.
  • Manage office credit cards by maintaining receipts, checking balances, and coordinating with the accounting department to ensure timely payment.
  • Handle all aspects of client needs checking account by processing check request, ensuring proper receipts are received, balancing leger and coordinating with accounting for transfer of funds.
  • Coordinate with information technology staff/follow verbal instructions in setting up computers, working through IT issues.
  • Install Electronic Health Record on computers when staff position requires the use of it.
  • Other duties as assigned.

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Customer Service/Counter Sales- Closes 7/28/17

Position Customer Service/Counter Sales
Employer  Kaman Fluid Power
Job Description Kaman Fluid Power, a subsidiary of Kaman Corporation, is leading provider of motion control products offering all types of hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders, motors, pumps, filters, and values as well as design and production of hydraulic power units, vacuum products, lubrication systems and complete turnkey engineered systems and solutions. Kaman Fluid Power is committed to providing a high level of customer service delivered through a national network of branch and distribution centers.

Summary: Performs daily shipping and receiving functions while assisting customers at counter with product solutions. These responsibilities will be carried out in a manner consistent with the goals and standards of the Company.

•Customer Service for walk-in/counter customers & prospects. ◦Generate new and repeat sales of Parker products by providing product and technical information in a concise manner.
◦Determine customer requirements and expectations in order to suggest specific products and solutions.
◦Suggest alternate products based on cost, availability or specifications.
◦Proactively recommend items needed by customers to increase customer satisfaction and improve transaction profitability.
◦Educate customers about terminology, features and benefits of Parker products in order to improve product related sales and customer satisfaction.
◦Remain current on product developments by attending Parker training, as available.
◦Accurately process customer transactions such as orders, quotes or returns.

◦Receives incoming materials and products. Verifies received packages with freight records. Confirms accuracy/quality/quantity of materials received. Records information, shortages and discrepancies on computer system.
◦Assembles orders and packs items for shipment in an accurate and timely manner. Conveys orders to shipping area.
◦Shipping of material which includes boxing, packing, labeling, and preparation of any related documents (Can include UPS, Fed Ex, Truck, etc.)
◦Light assembly (including hose assemblies).
◦Drives vehicle to deliver products in a timely manner. Picks up rejected/defective product. Records daily delivery information and obtains customer signature on delivery tickets

◦Assist in all Inventory Management activities as needed including Cycle Counting, Bin Programs and general Inventory Maintenance.
◦Backup CSR as needed with phone calls and entry of non-counter sales/walk-in orders as needed
◦Housekeeping and light maintenance of warehouse, shop area, dock area and all associated equipment.
◦Maintains equipment and work area to insure neatness with a priority on safe workplace for self and co-workers.
◦Provides a high level of customer service to all customers
◦Manages time effectively, meets personal goals and works effectively with other members of the team.
◦Performs other duties as assigned.
◦Presents a professional image at all time to co-workers, customers and suppliers.
◦Follows company policies and procedures
◦Maintains stable performance under pressure or opposition and handles stress in a manner that is acceptable to others and the organization.
◦Identifies and escalates priority issues.

Qualifications • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
• Mechanical and mathematical aptitude required. Knowledge of the distribution industry and KFP products preferred.
• Valid driver’s license may be requiredPhysical demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions,

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand. The employee frequently is required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision


Days/Hours Mon to Fri, 8am-5pm – 40 hours/week
Contact Info Tonya DaRocha

4125 Bakerview Spur, Bellingham, WA


How to Apply    Apply by clicking on the link below:

Applications should include resume.

Position Closes July 28th, 2017

Part-Time Warehouse Helper – Closes 6/30/17

Position Part-Time Warehouse Helper
Employer DeWaard and Bode
Job Description DeWaard & Bode, Whatcom and Skagit counties largest, local appliance retailer is hiring! Our growing business is actively seeking new team members to join our Warehouse team. Specifically, we need a part time helper to assist in warehouse duties such as assembling barbecues and packaging orders for delivery. This is a flexible job that can work with your school schedule. The position would be “on-call” up to 20 hours/week depending on the amount of orders on a given week. An example of this may be an order of 5 barbecues that need to be assembled and prepared for delivery by Friday. This would take approximately 10 hours of work to be completed within your available working hours by the time of the delivery date.

We are looking for someone interested in part-time work, who is flexible and cooperative with their schedule, who is a hard-working, hands-on mechanically inclined individual. It requires the ability to lift heavy objects (up to 75lbs with weight bearing equipment), be on your feet for a few hours at a time, and have some basic assembly skills (ex: tightening screws with a drill).

Qualification Ethics:
– Treats people with respect and keeps commitments
– Works ethically and with integrity
– Upholds organizational values
– Conveys a positive image of the company in actions and behaviors

– Shows respect and sensitivity to cultural differences
– Promotes a harassment-free work environment

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required to Perform Essential Functions:
– High school diploma or GED equivalent required
– Ability to lift and move heavy products (up to 100 lbs. with proper weight-bearing equipment)

Must be able to pass a drug test upon hiring.

Compensation $12/hours
Days/Hours On-call 5-20hrs/week
Contact Info Jake Bassett , 3944 Meridian Street Bellingham WA  EMAIL:
How to Apply To apply for this job you should do one of the following:
1. Visit our store at 3944 Meridian st. Bellingham, WA to pick up an application. Ask for Jake to learn more about the job and coordinate an interview.
2. Send an email to with your resume and contact info.
3. Call Jake at (360) 738-3465 EXT. 125 for inquiries.
Position Closes June 30, 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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