AmeriCorps – Parks Restoration Educator

CITY OF BELLINGHAM invites applications for the position of: AmeriCorps – Parks Restoration Educator

OPENING DATE: 11/11/19 CLOSING DATE: 12/16/19 11:59 PM

DATES OF SERVICE: February 4 – July 31, 2019 (8:00am-4:30pm Tuesday-Saturday; early mornings, weekend and occasional evenings required)

SUMMARY: The Parks Restoration Educator engages community members of all ages in the environmental restoration of Bellingham’s Parks through hands-on stewardship and environmental education. The AmeriCorps member will develop and lead volunteer work parties for the public and teach environmental stewardship programs for school-aged students with the goal of protecting and enhancing parklands, increasing biodiversity, and improving wildlife habitat. Duties will include restoration project planning, volunteer outreach, recruitment and tracking, community partnership support, environmental education curriculum development and delivery, and capacity building. This position is funded through Washington Service Corps with the City of Bellingham Park Operations.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

• Bachelor’s degree with focus on environment, education or related field preferred

• Creative, energetic, flexible, motivated, and professional

• Strong organization and excellent written and oral communication skills

• Excited to serve with a variety of ages of volunteers from school-age to adults

• Comfortable speaking publicly in front of 50 or more people and leading groups of volunteers in field work

• Experience with service learning and environmental education with school-aged students

• Knowledge of Pacific Northwest native plants and urban wildlife

• Familiar with ecology and restoration principles

• Ability to solve problems creatively and complete tasks independently with only general supervision

• Commitment to promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion in programming

• Familiar with computer programs such as Publisher, Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

• Willing to serve outdoors in all seasons for long hours, weekends, and occasionally evenings

• Ability to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. and work over uneven terrain on steep slopes in inclement weather

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

• 18 years of age or older

• Current Washington State driver’s license and acceptable driving record for the past three years

• US citizen, national, or legal permanent resident alien

• Ability to pass a criminal background and child/adult abuse records check

BENEFITS:

• Living allowance of $7,842 (distributed over 6 months)

• Education Award of $2,907 upon successful completion of 6-month commitment (minimum of 900 hours)

• Basic health insurance and workers compensation coverage

• Loan forbearance and interest accrual reimbursement for qualified student loans

• Childcare assistance for qualifying members

• Networking, training, and professional development opportunities

• A chance to make a difference in your community, schools, and parks!

SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONS:

1. Why do you want to serve as the Bellingham Parks Restoration Educator and how will this position help you reach your professional goals?

2. This position serves in school classrooms and in the field with elementary and middle school students doing environmental education and stewardship. Describe your experience being a leader and teacher of youth of these ages.

3. This position serves at volunteer work parties with the general public. Describe your experience leading adults and coordinating events.

4. Environmental restoration is a key component of the Parks Volunteer Program. Describe your experience implementing environmental restoration and your knowledge of native and invasive plants of western Washington.

TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter, resume, answers for supplemental questions, and three references with current contact information to vlyoung@cob.org. Please write “AmeriCorps 6-month Restoration Educator Application” in the subject line. Application review will begin immediately. Applicants will also be required to apply online on the AmeriCorps website (link to be sent to finalists).

APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 16, 2019 (11:59 PM)

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Vanessa Young, Bellingham Parks Volunteer Coordinator: vlyoung@cob.org or 360778-7108

LAW Advocates’

LAW Advocates’ Mission: Provide free civil legal assistance to low-income Whatcom County residents by linking them with attorney and community volunteers.

Overview: A State ID is required for many ordinary but important activities—accessing medical care, banking, applying for a job or housing, and getting government benefits. Access ID helps low-income and homeless community members overcome barriers and navigate the confusing and often frustrating process of obtaining a Washington State ID Card. Access ID seeks an intern interested in developing leadership skills and gaining experience in case management as part of a dynamic team. The position is ideal for someone wanting to explore careers in the legal field or social services.

Training provided. Hours: 10 hours per week (including some Saturday afternoons); available on Wednesday from 1-3pm

Start Date: January 2020 (with training in December, if possible)

Commitment: 6 months Locations: LAW Advocates office & Bellingham Public Library

Central Branch Responsible to: Hilary Goode, Access ID Coordinator

Learning Objectives:

• Perform intake interviews and accommodate client needs (literacy, language, etc.)

• Apply case management skills including data entry, research, ordering documents, and follow-up

• Practice creative problem solving with the Access ID team

• Demonstrate leadership skills through direct supervision of volunteers

• Assess the Access ID program and propose improvements

Qualifications:

• Passion for LAW Advocates’ mission

• Ability to serve as a positive and professional representative of LAW Advocates

• Must maintain strict confidentiality

• Must submit to a background check; arrests or convictions will be examined case-by-case and will not automatically disqualify a candidate

• Organized, attention to detail, strong written and verbal communication skills

• Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds and maintain positive relationships with volunteers, staff, clients, and community partners

• Commitment to treating all clients with respect and a high-level of customer service

• Tech savvy and strong research skills

• Independent worker not needing close supervision; reliable; good judgment
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Benefits:

• Improve the lives of low-income community members and further the mission of LAW Advocates

• Develop leadership skills, gain experience in case management, volunteer supervision, and program coordination

• Exposure to the legal field and nonprofit sector

• Obtain college credit, if offered by your school/program

Questions? Contact Hilary Goode, Access ID Coordinator at 360-671-6079 x25

To Apply: Submit a resume and cover letter addressing why you are interested and why you are a good fit for this position to:

Hilary Goode, Access ID Coordinator hilary@lawadvocates.org by Monday, December 9, 2019 at 5pm.

3d GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Job position / title
3d GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Name of business / employer
Myron Burke
Job description / duties
You will be required to adapt and create designs for ceramic wall plaques to be duplicated using rubber molds taken from the artist’s original. You will need access to a 3d printer to create the prototypes. You will be paid per piece for each creation. The markets for the plaques are school booster club fund raisers, for signage in hotels, restaurants and bars, heraldic family plaques and any number of award presentations. I have 2 designs waiting to be expanded into 3d creations.

Qualifications
Able to create 3d solid models for duplication using silicon rubber molds… simple designs to represent teams, organizations or businesses, in a bold and dynamic ways.

You must have access to a 3d printer for the first 2 designs I already have. If those 2 help to create a market, I will purchase a printer and anything else required to make the project work.

Application deadline / closing date
12/31/2019
Salary / rate of pay
Per piece per prior agreement
Days and hours of employment
As you like
Flexible schedule?
(○) Yes

Travel required?
(○) No

Pay period
(○) Weekly

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
TBD
Person or department to contact
Myron Burke
Business address
Blaine
Work location (if different from above)
Your choice
Email
myronaburke8@gmail.com
Phone
360.296.5674
How to apply
Email me first. Nothing formal. Send me a design or 2 you have created… on paper, in an easily readable format (pdf?). If I think we should get together, I will email, or call, and arrange a meeting. Thank you!

Key Account Assistant

Job position / title
Key Account Assistant
Name of business / employer
Smith Gardens, Inc.
Job description / duties
The Key Account Assistant ensures optimal replenishment of plants to Lowe’s Home Improvement centers based on sales turns, inventory levels and forecasted needs. The position is central to the Lowe’s account team and is integral to maximizing sales for both Lowe’s and Smith Gardens. We are looking for a team-oriented person with solid analytical and problem solving skills to ensure optimization of product availability in the customer’s stores.

JOB DUTIES:

– Develops suggested order scripts for all Lowe’s outlets in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska on weekly/daily basis
– Analyzes historical and real-time customer sales data to estimate product supply needs
– Balances sales analysis against plan, store inventory, weather outlook and other metrics to optimize product assortment and quantity
– Supports Account Manager with ongoing customer forecasting by product line and item
– Develops and publishes daily sales reports and other ad hoc reports and analysis
– Responsible for some customer contact, order adjustment and off-season order entry
– Verifies that new item data (UPC, item number, pricing etc.) matches customer records
– Prepares New Item set up sheets and quotes for review and approval
– Maintains replenishment system data elements to ensure forecasting accuracy
– Assists Customer Service with submission of orders via EDI transmissions as needed
– Organizes sales data for weekly customer newsletters and offers support with topics

Qualifications
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

– Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)
– Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
– Strong organizational skills with ability to perform successfully with daily deadlines
– Self-motivated with the ability to prioritize and manage ever-changing priorities
– Excellent verbal and written communication skills
– Ability to daily work cross-departmentally in an even-keeled manner
– Willingness to work occasionally outside of normal business hours

QUALIFICATIONS/EDUCATION:

– AA or Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field
– Retail and/or analytical experience is a plus, especially related to horticulture or home improvement industry

Application deadline / closing date
12/20/2019
Salary / rate of pay
18
Days and hours of employment
M-F, 7-4
Flexible schedule?
(○) Negotiable

 

Pay period
(○) Bi-weekly
Person or department to contact
Human Resources
Business address
4164 Meridian Street, Suite 400, Bellingham WA 98226
Email
human.resources@smithgardens.com
Phone
555.555.5555
How to apply
Please fill out the application on our website at //smithgardens.com/careers.

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

Purchasing / Operations Specialist

Job position / title
Purchasing / Operations Specialist
Name of business / employer
NutraDried Food Co, LLC
Job description / duties
Purchasing & Operations Specialist

Summary of Function
The primary function of the Purchasing & Operations Specialist position is to ensure that transactions related to procurement and operations activities are properly initiated and recorded on a day-to-day basis. The position requires strong attention to detail, a constant drive to establish methods of process to improve workflow and accuracy, good communication skills and follow through.

Major Duties & Responsibilities

• Research and determine the appropriate vendor(s) to establish relationships with in order to procure needed product.
• Request that credit applications be sent to the attention of the A/P Supervisor.
• Create and review purchase orders for accuracy and communicate any discrepancies and/or issues with the proper personnel. Once all necessary changes and/or corrections have been made, send the purchase order to the appropriate vendor.
• Verify the “Receipt of Goods” action within the accounting program against the purchase order upon receiving the underlying product.
• Communicate any discrepancies and/or issues with the proper entity and/or personnel.
• Setup/maintain vendor account records/categories.
• Assist with inventory item activities such Inventory Replenishment program reconciliation.
• Update Production Inventory Schedule.
• Assist in new packaging projects.
• Setup/maintain UPC’s for new sku’s in GS1.
• Assist other personnel in the case of an absence or with overflow work.
• Maintain proper paperwork that complies with our GMP procedures SQF Compliance requirements.
• Data entry as needed to ensure all records needed are up to date and in compliance with set procedures.
• Other tasks, as assigned.

Qualifications
Educational Requirements

Completion of a 2-year college/university degree is desired or equivalent work experience.

Skills & Experience Requirements:
Candidate must be detail oriented, motivated, and able to handle stress, possess good communication skills, able to multi-task and work in a group environment. Experience in the given field or practical experience is required. A working knowledge of Microsoft Office software & Quickbooks is preferred.
Experience in manufacturing, graphic arts a plus

Application deadline / closing date
12/31/2019
Salary / rate of pay
Negotiable
Days and hours of employment
8 – 4:30 / Mon – Fri
Flexible schedule?
(○) Negotiable

Travel required?
(○) No

Pay period
(○) Bi-weekly

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
Full-time
Person or department to contact
HR
Business address
6920 Salashan Pkwy, #D111, Ferndale, WA 98248
Email
shershey@nutradried.com
Phone
360.366.4567 ext. 116
How to apply
Email resume to: shershey@nutradried.com

or

Mail resume to: NutraDried Food Co, LLC, 6920 Salashan Pkwy #D111, Ferndale, WA 98248

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

Prevention System Manager (MAPS3/BHR)

Job position / title
Prevention System Manager (MAPS3/BHR)
Name of business / employer
Washington State Health Care Authority
Job description / duties
Prevention System Manager
MAPS 3

This recruitment announcement has been re-opened to fill multiple positions.

The ideal candidate for this position will have experience negotiating and managing performance based contracts, working with minority communities on community based prevention efforts, and working with Tribal partners on culturally relevant programs. If you pride yourself on relationship management and utilizing current prevention frameworks to inform program development, management and evaluation, this is the opportunity for you!

Position Objective:
This position is responsible for providing ongoing contract monitoring and technical assistance to prevention sites and Tribes to ensure success, program implementation, and service delivery. The Prevention System Manager (PSM) will meet monthly with key leadership from each of their assigned communities/Tribes to check on progress and provide technical assistance toward key strategic planning elements, capacity building, and strategy implementation.
The PSM position is responsible for contract monitoring and compliance with state and Federal contracts and related documentation. The PSM provides culturally appropriate and culturally sensitive technical assistance and training that disseminates the latest substance use disorder prevention science research for service providers including Tribal communities, community-based organizations, and coalitions. The Prevention System Manager implements statewide evidence-based prevention initiatives based on comprehensive knowledge of effective policies, planning processes, program facilitation, and evaluation through a minimum of one statewide project.

Primary Responsibilities:

Manage and monitor culturally-based substance use disorder prevention services and contract execution.
•Review and approve annual and biennial strategic plans for prevention service delivery
•Monitor contracts for compliance, documenting monthly compliance, on-site reviews, and any other contractually relevant issues
•Review and process monthly contract payment invoices according to contractual compliance; authorizing specific program expenditures
•Track prevention contractor performance data and monitoring programs through analysis of reports
•Conduct biennial on-site reviews for all contracts
•Provide regular communication and technical assistance to contractors and coordinators
•Negotiate and monitor culturally-based substance abuse prevention services with local service sites (i.e. CPWI, federally recognized Tribal Governments)

Technical Assistance to Providers for Effective Services.
•Provide strategic direction and support for needs and resource assessments, program selection, program reporting and evaluation.
•Disseminate information and deliver presentations to various audiences.
•Increase capacity of coalitions.
•Analyze grant and project guidelines and requirements.

Statewide prevention policy development and system improvement.•Participate in determining priorities and quality improvement to the state prevention system
•Assist in policy and programmatic development
•Formulate statewide policy on complex prevention issues and system improvement.
Manage and administer statewide projects.

Qualifications
Required Qualifications:
•Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy and Administration, Prevention Science, Public Health, Community Health Education, Health and Human Services, Social Sciences, Communications, or related field and 3 years of professional experience. OR Master’s degree in the same fields and a minimum of 1 years of professional experience.
•A minimum of 2 years of experience or education in Substance Abuse Prevention and Mental Health Promotion and related fields or comparable combination of graduate education and experience
•Current certification as a Certified Prevention Professional in Washington State or equivalent standing as recognized by a national accreditation body, or a plan to receive the Certification within 6 months of hire.
•Knowledge of current prevention theories and technology including risk and protective factor framework, the Strategic Prevention Framework, community needs and resource assessment, principles of effectiveness, and best practices.

Application deadline / closing date
01/12/2020
Salary / rate of pay
$59,436 per year
Days and hours of employment
40 hours per week
Flexible schedule?
(○) No

Travel required?
(○) No

Pay period
(○) Bi-weekly
Person or department to contact
Sanyu Tushabe
Business address
626 8th Avenue SE
Work location (if different from above)
Olympia, WA
Email
HCAJOBS@hca.wa.gov
Phone
360.725.1180
How to apply
Only candidates who reflect the minimum qualifications on their NEOGOV profile will be considered. Failure to follow the application instructions below may lead to disqualification. To apply for this position you will need to complete your profile and attach:
•A cover letter that specifically addresses how you meet the qualifications for this position
•Current resume
•Three professional references, including a minimum of one past supervisor
If you have questions about the process, or need reasonable accommodation, please contact the recruiter before the posting closes.

Washington State is an equal opportunity employer. Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this job announcement in an alternative format may call the Human Resources Office at 360.725.1180 or email Sanyu.Tushabe@hca.wa.gov.

*Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant’s suitability and competence to perform in the position. *

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

Clerk III Parks & Recreation Department

WHATCOM COUNTY JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
Whatcom County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply: Please visit our website http://www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs

Human Resources, 311 Grand Avenue, Suite 107, Bellingham, WA 98225

Clerk III Parks & Recreation Department

Closing Date: November 17, 2019 at 4:30 pm
The Parks & Recreation Department is recruiting for the Clerk III position at its headquarters building, 3373 Mt Baker Highway, Bellingham, just west of the Smith Road roundabout.
This is a front-desk customer service position. Essential duties include:

• Answering phones and customer service inquiries. Processing registrations and reservations for classes, campsites and park facility rentals. Calculating and collecting fees in accordance with Parks and Recreation policies. Clearly communicating reservation and cancellation policies to customers and applying department policies to accurately process requests for refunds.

• Supporting activities of the Parks & Recreation Commission, including transcribing minutes from audio recordings of meetings, maintaining and distributing documents and communication, and assisting in creation of agendas.

• Processing purchase order requests and maintaining department accounts payable systems. Auditing invoices for payment and maintaining accurate accounting records. Processing department interfund transfers.

• Preparing documents for project closeout and retainage payment in accordance with all regulatory agencies.

• Documenting and tracking various parks equipment and assets. Tracking expenses for park maintenance projects. Maintaining spreadsheets.
Qualifications

• High school diploma or GED

• 3 years of progressively responsible general office, clerical and/or secretarial experience.

• Work experience with customer reception, computer data entry, filing, recordkeeping, and basic bookkeeping.

• Must be proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel.

• Ability to type proficiently and accurately at 40 net words per minute

• Ability to use a calculator by touch with accuracy at 110 net strokes per minute
Salary:

Starting wage $17.10 – $18.52 per hour, depending on qualifications. These rates increase to $17.45 – $18.89 per hour in 2020.
Full Salary Range $17.10 – $25.93 per hour, increasing to $17.45 – $26.45 per hour in 2020.
The position is entitled to annual step increases the first eleven years, plus cost of living adjustments contained in the union contract.
Benefits: Whatcom County offers a comprehensive benefits package with medical, dental and vision coverage for employees, spouses and eligible dependents with no cost to employees for the premium. Our benefits package also includes attractive paid leave provisions including vacation, sick leave and 12 paid holidays per year. Employees participate in the Washington State Retirement System and may also enroll in an optional deferred compensation program.

Front Desk Receptionist

Job position / title
Front Desk Receptionist
Name of business / employer
CENTURY 21 Anita Tanaka Agency
Job description / duties
We are seeking to employ a qualified individual for our Front Desk Receptionist / Clerical position. The day to day activity will include answering and making calls, creating spreadsheets and documents, filing, organizing, keeping track of logs, managing office appointments and other office tasks.

Regular Hours: Monday – Friday: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm but very flexible as it can be worked around candidates schedule.

REQUIREMENTS:

High School diploma or G.E.D
Flexibility in schedule if needed
Must be well groomed
Have excellent communication and customer service skills
Ability to work in a fast paced environment

Please submit your resume, all interviews will be made by appointment only.

Qualifications
Must be able to speak and write in English fluently
Must maintain office professional standards
Setting up interview appointments
Processing Employment applications
Verifying certifications and credentials

Application deadline / closing date
12/06/2019
Salary / rate of pay
$18 per hour
Days and hours of employment
Mondays to Fridays
Flexible schedule?
(○) Yes
Person or department to contact
Anita Tanaka
Business address
3031 Orleans St Ste 203 Bellingham, WA 98226
Email
officemail01@century21anitatanaka.com
Phone
360.739.8149
How to apply
Email resume

Applications should include
[×] Resume

Clerk IV Treasurer’s Office

WHATCOM COUNTY JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
Whatcom County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply: Please visit our website http://www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs

Human Resources, 311 Grand Avenue, Suite 107, Bellingham, WA 98225

Clerk IV Treasurer’s Office

Salary: $17.81 – $26.99 per hour Closing Date: November 11, 2019 at 4:30 PM
The Treasurer’s Office has an opening for the position of Clerk IV. This is a front-line customer service position working at the cashier window of the Treasurer’s Office on the first floor of the County Courthouse. Essential duties include: Receives payments, issues receipts and updates records. Verifies accuracy of payments received.

Receives deposits from taxing districts and departments, verifies completeness and accuracy of information on remittance forms, and issues receipts.

Balances cash and checks received each day with system totals, and prepares the daily bank deposit including imaging, reconciling, and transmitting electronic check deposits.

Process documents to transfer property, including review, calculation and verification of excise tax affidavits in accordance with legal requirements.

Enters, verifies and reconciles Autopay files and records.

Images and reconciles excise affidavits.

Prepares confidential documents for destruction.

Qualifications

Required: High school diploma or GED.

15 credit hours of college-level courses such as office management, data entry, spreadsheets and word processing.

3 years of progressively responsible office, bookkeeping, clerical and/or secretarial experience INCLUDING 2 years of direct cash handling, cashiering, or bank teller experience. Ability to type accurately and proficiently with a speed of 40 net words per minute, and perform ten-key at 150 net strokes per minute.

Desired: Knowledge of real estate transactions and state laws relating to excise taxes is preferred.

Fire Protection Technology (Tenure Track) Faculty

Fire Protection Technology (Tenure Track) Faculty

The opportunity: Are you interested in preparing students for rewarding careers in Firefighting and Emergency Services? Do you have extensive experience in the fields of Fire Protection and Emergency Management? Skagit Valley College (SVC) has a full-time, tenure track Fire Protection Technology opportunity. This position provides leadership for the Fire Protection Technology program, contributing expertise for the continued growth and improvement of the program. The Fire Protection Faculty teaches courses in Emergency Services and Fire Protection, positioning students to respond to emergencies while positively affecting the lives of others.

Degrees offered through the program include Associate of Applied Science (AAS) and Associate of Applied Science Transfer (AAS-T) degrees. These degrees cover coursework in foundational principles of emergence services, fire prevention, relevant laws, firefighting skills, hazardous materials response, Firefighter fitness, emergency medical response, and other related areas. The AAS-T degree in Fire Service Administration prepares students to transfer to four-year institutions. The AAS-T degree serves as an academic foundation for current Firefighters and line officers to advance in their present position or move into related administrative roles.

This Faculty position will also recruit, hire, and train part-time faculty, while participating in outreach events representing the program to the broader community. The Fire Protection Technology faculty is responsible for the management of resources used by the program including planning, purchasing, storing, and maintaining various equipment and vehicles. This position will also be responsible for developing course schedules, syllabi, assessing student outcomes, building curriculum, seeking additional resources for the department, and establishing innovative partnerships with industry.

About us: Established in 1926, Skagit Valley College is a comprehensive community college providing high-quality academic transfer pathways, workforce training, basic education for adults, and lifelong learning opportunities. SVC’s commitment to equity and social justice drives our collective work to increase access to higher education, inspire student learning and achievement, and strengthen our diverse community. SVC aspires to reflect the diverse racial, ethnic, and linguistic demographics in the district, particularly a growing Latinx population. This aspiration reflects both our commitment to equity, inclusion, and social justice, and our desire to maintain the excellence of our faculty.

The Location: Skagit Valley College is nestled between the Cascade Mountains and the Salish Sea in the scenic northwest corner of Washington State. Located in a geographically diverse region between the dynamic metropolitan hubs of Seattle and Vancouver, BC, SVC is never far from world-class outdoor recreation, urban arts scenes, and local cultural events. SVC serves our local communities with a campus in Mount Vernon, Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island, and centers in Friday Harbor and Langley, a Marine Technology Center in Anacortes, and a Brewing Academy in Burlington.

What we offer: Initial placement is generally $57,818 to $59,347 per year for a standard 172-day contract, depending on qualifications. At SVC, you’ll balance your work and life with professional growth opportunities, competitive leave packages, access to an onsite gym, and an array of health, dental, vision, and retirement plans to meet your current and future needs. Note: The current salary rate is expected to change subject to the outcome of the negotiated Faculty Collective Bargaining Agreement.

How to apply: For full job announcement, qualifications, and to apply, visit the Career Opportunities page and complete an online application at https://www.skagit.edu/careers

Skagit Valley College is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing equitable opportunities for all groups in terms and conditions of employment and personnel practices. SVC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, perceived or actual physical or mental disability, pregnancy, genetic information, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, creed, religion, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or use of a trained guide dog or service animal. All faculty and staff hired at Skagit Valley College are encouraged to embrace, continually support, and enhance diversity and equity on our campus and in our community.

Skagit Valley College adheres to a set of guiding principles: Respect, Integrity, Open and Honest Communication, Collaboration, and Compassion
Jamil Sepulveda
HR Generalist & Talent Acquisition Specialist
Skagit Valley College
Office: (360) 416-7954 | Main: (360) 416-7794
jamil.sepulveda@skagit.edu


DIVERSITY & EQUITY IN HIRING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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