Servers, Line Cooks, and Dishwashers – Open Until Filled

Position Servers, Line Cooks, and Dishwashers
Employer Beach Store Cafe on Lummi Island
Job Description  

The Beach Store Cafe on Lummi Island is currently putting feelers out there for seasonal staffing for the spring and summer.  The season tend to creep up quickly, so we would like to be prepared when the time comes!

Come May-September (possible earlier – possibly later), we will be hiring experienced servers, line cooks and dishwashers.  The volume triples, if not quadruples, in the spring and summer months on little Lummi Island and our little cafe becomes quite bustling, to say the least.  These would be ideal opportunities for culinary students and/or all students interested in working in a busy restaurant on a beautiful island with a great team.

Our menu is somewhat diverse and changes fairly often depending upon seasonality and availability of product.  We value creativity, as well as ability to follow direction.  For more information about the Cafe, please see our website at www.beachstorecafe.com

Qualification For line cooks and servers, we are looking for at least one year of experience and/or schooling in your given area.  We work as a team all throughout the years; therefore, the ideal candidate will be hardworking, versatile, positive, kind, honest, and free of ego.  Our cafe has an open kitchen, thus professionalsim and poise are a must at all times.  Escellent customer sevice, quality, attention to detail, efficiency, and teamwork are necessary for any of these positions.  Fun, humor, laughter, and energy are also of utmost importance!

Compensation

not provided
Days/Hours not provided
Contact Info EMAIL:  tessbsclummi@gmail.com
How to Apply If you are interested, please respond via email to tessbsclummi@gmail.com with a resume and cover letter
Position Closes Open Until Filled

Restaurant (back and front end) positions – Closes 6/15/17

Position Restaurant (back and front end) positions
Employer Island Pie
Job Description Island Pie, a new restaurant in Deer Harbor on Orcas Island is seeking to fill positions that will call for work as a cashier, in set up, food preparation, counter service and busing tables.

Position is from June through August

Potential for living accomodations.

Qualification We are looking for personable, flexible employees to fill part-time and full-time positions in the summer season.

Compensation

negotiable
Days/Hours M W Th Fri Sat Sun (June through August)
Contact Info Margaret Weidner, 11 Jack and Jill Place, Deer Harbor  EMAIL:  myislandpie@gmail.com
How to Apply Contact Margaret Weidner at myislandpie@gmail.com or call 360 376 2505
Position Closes June 15, 2017

Family Support Specialist – Open Until Filled

Position Family Support Specialist
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 provides one-on-one mental health treatment strategies and services to high-risk children, youth and their families in the family home, therapeutic foster home, and/or community locations (e.g. during crisis in emergency departments, crisis response or behavioral observation and assessment in home and schools, etc.).  In addition, the FSS works with the youth and family to participate in community safety and wellness activities during times of stabilization.  This position requires the skills and abilities to assess safety and risk ‘in-the-moment’ in crisis situations while providing assistance and while accessing additional support as needed.  Mentoring and coaching/implementing behavioral support, treatment and safety/crisis plans in the home and community is a strong component.

The FSS must, at all time, present as a positive and responsible role model to the youth and family, while maintaining appropriate and professional boundaries.  This position requires on-call availability, including 24/7 availability scheduled on a rotating basis.

Therapeutic Assessment, Service Implementation and Delivery:

  • Act as a “First Responder”, providing direct crisis response, de-escalation, emergency supervision and redirection of children and youth who may be experiencing behavioral crises in their home, school, and community.
  • Responsible for participating in clinical intake observation and assessment of child/youth with the goal of multi-dimensional assessment in all life areas including home, school and community.  FSS will demonstrate ability to present clinical observations to team as input into the safety and treatment plan.
  • Based on child/youth treatment needs and mental health diagnosis, collaborate with assigned clinician to identify and support consumer access to physical health and substance abuse treatment services available in the community.
  • Participate in clinical decision making for high risk youth, contributing to the development and implementation of an individualized treatment plan that outlines supervision and assessment of current mental health and safety needs.
  • Implement prescribed behavioral strategies and treatment services to high risk children and youth, modeling and teaching social behavior, self-protection skills and awareness, and developmentally appropriate coping and social interaction skills.  Provide skill building support that enhances a youth’s ability to function effectively and safely in the community addressing therapeutic issues such as anger management, alternatives to aggression toward others, frustration tolerance, and socialization.
  • Complete family and behavioral health assessments with youth and parent, including CANS (child adolescent strengths and needs) and SNCD (Strength Need Culture Discovery). Where required, assist clinician in completing the CALOCUS (Child and Adolescent Level of Care Utilization System).
  • As part of a clinical team, assess family need for community resources to ensure safety and recovery oriented treatment. Work with other Medicaid funded providers to introduce youth and family to needed behavioral health and community resources.
  • Analyze and assess home environment. This may include performing safety sweeps in the home or therapeutic foster home for children and youth with suicidal ideation and other high risk safety concerns (as identified in a Mental Health intake or crisis referral).
  • Participate in gathering child and youth intake information and assist in determining medical eligibility for services, demonstrating an understanding of Medicaid requirements and State Access to Care Standards.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of behavioral health services and their role in wellness and recovery by communicating role, responsibility and agency philosophy to assure mutual respect, confidence and trust with the child, family and other stakeholders. *Meet and engage the family communicating compassion, support, respect and enthusiasm for their recovery journey.
  • Accurately complete documentation per required timeframes, to be entered into the FBH Electronic Health Record, Psych Consult.
  • Deliver direct therapeutic services including Evidenced Based and Promising Practices (i.e. Cognitive Behavioral Therapies) that are customized to meet each youth and family’s uniqueness, personality, culture and interest and treatment goals as identified in their Individualized Treatment Plan.
  • Deliver prescribed behavioral health services, working with assigned clinician to evaluate effectiveness of the Treatment Plan and Safety Plan, and recommend changes as needed to ensure the success of the child or youth.

Implementing Services

  • Healthcare Coordination – Work in collaboration with families, primary care physicians and healthcare specialists to support coordination of medical and behavioral health services to children/youth and their caregivers.
  • Utilize Motivational Interviewing techniques to ensure therapeutic intervention maintains a focus on strengths, needs and capacities of child, youth, and their families.
  • Using clinical tools in “Practice Wise” (treatment strategies manual) plan treatment sessions for children and youth identifying evidenced based services to address behavioral health needs and provide those services directly to youth in the home and community.
Qualification
  • Age 21 or older per DSHS requirements.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human development or related field or Associate degree in social services, mental health or related degree and three years’ experience serving children and/or families (mental health, social services, education, etc.) may substitute for Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Eligible to become an Agency Affiliated Counselor with WA State (HIV/Aids required).
  • Proof of negative TB test within past 12 months.
  • Demonstrate effective verbal and written communication.
  • Availability to work flexible hours (evenings, nights, weekends).
  • Ability to make visual safety and well-being assessments of family home conditions and crisis situations.
  • Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and automobile insurance.
  • Must have an acceptable driving record per CCS’ driving policy (required to provide current driving abstract).
  • Applicant must successfully pass required background checks prior to an offer of employment.
  • Demonstrate maturity, professionalism and initiative.
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.
  • Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations.

Preferred Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in social services, mental health or related degree and one or more years’ experience serving children and/or families (mental health, social services, education, etc.).

Compensation

$21.00-DOE
Days/Hours Full-Time with benefits
Contact Info  http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=hr_careers
How to Apply Please go to https://careers-ccsww.icims.com/ to submit your resume, cover letter and application for this position.
Position Closes Open until filled

Parent Partner – Open Until Filled

Position Parent Partner
Employer Catholic Community Services/Catholic Housing Services 
Job Description Program Description:

The Family Behavioral 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:

Parent Partners are individuals with a recent personal history as a parent/guardian with a child who has been a recipient of receiving mental health, child welfare or juvenile justice services to use that personal experience in building support with families.  Parent Partners collaborate, provide support and help facilitate services for families receiving Family Behavioral Health services.  Working as a member of a team, the Parent Partner helps parents voice their own perspective and assure that other team members are able to understand their perspective.  This position helps parents and families achieve confidence so they can be successful after services have been completed.

Essential Functions:

  • Consult and decide with CCS Therapist/Care Coordinator about the role and added value of a CCS Parent Partner becoming involved with a family.
  • Dialogue with referred parents and relate personal experience as a parent to assist in building trust with the family.
  • Assess and review the parent’s ability to communicate their own position and preferences.
  • Reassure and communicate hopefulness to parents and that “they are not in this alone.”
  • Reach agreement with parents about activities that will contribute to healing and support and assist in communicating that to others.
  • Review and analyze the team plan and make suggestions for improvement/ modifications that would improve parent participation.
  • Attend team meetings when needed and communicate agreements in cooperation with the parent.
  • Provide a range of supportive/helpful interventions and activities as agreed to with the parent and documented in the plan.
  • Adapt activities and interventions to enhance focus on strengths, needs and creativity without changing the basic nature of agreements and plan.
  • Assist the parents in analyzing progress toward vision and goals and encourage their feedback to their team.
  • Communicate ideas by using own life as a learning and teaching tool (when helpful to family and plan).
  • Communicate progress and concerns to the team.
  • Participate in continuous improvement efforts by sharing perspectives in agency activities such as Quality Improvement reviews, staffings or other means.
  • Negotiate post-discharge follow up, providing contacts of who will be helpful.
  • Reach agreement with the parent about their transition.
  • Mediate agreement between parent and agency about transition timing, when needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Qualification

Job Requirements:

  • Non-professional personal experience as a parent/guardian with a child who has been a recipient of social or community services within the past 10 years.
  • High school diploma/GED.
  • Age 21 or older per DSHS requirements.
  • Complete peer counselor certification through DBHR within 6 months of being hired.
  • Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, auto registration and automobile insurance.
  • Must have an acceptable driving record per CCS’ driving policy (required to provide current driving abstract).
  • Applicant must successfully pass required background checks prior to an offer of employment.
  • Availability to work flexible hours (evenings, nights, weekends).
  • Proof of negative TB test within past 12 months.
  • Washington State Counselor Registration (HIV/AIDS training required).
  • Ability to work independently in addition to working as a member of a team.
  • Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations.
  • Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.

Preferred Qualifications

  • A.A. or B.A. in social sciences, social services or mental health field background.
  • One year relevant experience with social services and mental health agencies working with people who need assistance.

Compensation

$16.29-DOE
Days/Hours Full-Time with benefits
Contact Info  http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=hr_careers
How to Apply Please go to https://careers-ccsww.icims.com/ to submit your resume, cover letter and application for this position.
Position Closes Open until filled

Cook – Open Until Filled

Position Cook
Employer North Cascades Institute
Job Description North Cascades Institute seeks a qualified, enthusiastic professional cook. Based out of the Institute’s field campus in North Cascades National Park, this position supports food services at the North Cascades Environmental Learning Center, which serves up to 80 children and/or adults per day on a seven-day-a-week schedule. Supervised by the Head Chef, this position works closely with many Institute staff, partners and contractors to support a wide array of educational programs. This includes the Foodshed Project, the Institute’s initiative to incorporate local, organic products in the operation of the Learning Center.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

FOOD SERVICE AND PREPARATION
● Prepares food on a daily basis for meals typically served buffet-style.
● Assists the Chef in creating age-appropriate menus for NCI’s summer programming (families, tour groups, adult seminars, etc.), using recipes for consistency, cost control and appealing servings avoiding unnecessary waste.
● Other duties as assigned by the Head Chef or Facilities Manager.

MAINTENANCE AND CLEANLINESS
● Maintains exemplary standards of cleanliness in the dining hall, kitchen and walk-in.
● Assists in ware-washing program and hospitality.
● Actively participates in recycling program, composting, use of green materials and local products as related to food service.

GENERAL
● Participates in general staff responsibilities such as staff meetings, hands to work, and risk management.
● Participates in strategic planning, annual picnic, and other duties as assigned by the Learning Center Director.

Qualification Required
● Enthusiasm for the mission of the North Cascades Institute.
● Enthusiasm for and experience with “Foodshed” principals and the “Slow Food” movement.
● One year or more Professional food service experience
● Ability to take initiative and prioritize tasks with exemplary time management and problem-solving skills
● Ability to give and receive direction in a way that models respect
● Ability to comply with a smoke- and drug-free work environment
● Ability to lift 50 pounds occasionally and walk over uneven terrain
● Washington State food handler’s permit
● Valid driver’s license and driving record check must have no more than one moving violation in the past three years, no DUI, reckless driving, or serious moving violations.
● Final offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of a background check that may include employment history, national criminal background check, national sex offender registry search and a driving history check.

Preferred
● Previous food service experience at other residential learning centers, camps, schools or similar facilities
● Professional food service experience in an institutional setting, preparing diverse, health-conscious meals for children and adult groups, including foods that incorporate fresh, local and/or organic ingredients
● Experience assisting with inventory and ordering tasks

Compensation

$12.00 to $15.00 per hour, DOE. Benefits include sick leave and holiday pay.
Days/Hours This is a seasonal/temporary, full-time non-exempt position, from early-April through mid-November.
Contact Info North Cascades Institute, www.ncascades.org
How to Apply Please apply online on our website: http://ncascades.atsondemand.com/
Complete the online application and upload a resume and cover letter pertinent to this position.
Position Closes Open Until Filled

Food Service Assistant – Open Until Filled

Position Food Service Assistant
Employer North Cascades Institute
Job Description Work in the mountains! North Cascades Institute seeks outgoing, adventurous people to work in the kitchen at the North Cascades Environmental Learning Center, an educational field campus in North Cascades National Park. This is a temporary/seasonal position of three months.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

FOOD SERVICE AND PREPARATION
● Will be required to do light prep work and restocking of buffet line.
● Other duties as assigned by the Head Chef or Sous Chef.

MAINTENANCE AND CLEANLINESS
● Maintains exemplary standards of cleanliness in the dining hall, kitchen and walk-in.
● Assists in ware-washing program and hospitality.
● Actively participates in recycling program, composting, use of green materials and local products as related to food service.

OTHER
● Participates in strategic planning, special events, and other duties as assigned by the Learning Center Director.

Qualification No food service experience required, but is preferred. Must be able to meet the following:
● Maintain cleanliness and functionality of food service facilities and equipment.
● Able to communicate respectfully.
● Capable of receiving direction and feedback from Supervisors.
● Interest in organic and slow food movement.
● Recycling, composting and waste handling.
● Ability to take initiative and prioritize tasks with exemplary time management and problem-solving skills.
● Ability to comply with a smoke- and drug-free work environment.
● Ability to lift 50 pounds occasionally and walk over uneven terrain.
● Criminal history disclosure form and background check.
● Washington State food handler’s permit.
● Ability to interact with a diverse clientele including school children.
● Valid driver’s license and driving record check must have no more than one moving violation in the past three years, no DUI, reckless driving, or serious moving violations.
● Final offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of a background check that may include employment history, national criminal background check, national sex offender registry search and a driving history check.

Compensation

$11.00 to $12.50 per hour, DOE. Benefits include sick leave and holiday pay. End of season bonus may be available upon completion of season in conjunction with a demonstrated positive work performance.
Days/Hours This is a full-time, seasonal/temporary, non-exempt position. Season will run from June 12 to mid-September 2017.
Contact Info North Cascades Institute, www.ncascades.org
How to Apply Please apply online on our website: http://ncascades.atsondemand.com/
Complete the online application and upload a resume and cover letter pertinent to this position.
Position Closes Open Until Filled

Baker – Open Until Filled

Position Baker
Employer North Cascades Institute
Job Description SUMMARY
The Baker takes a creative role in shaping ELC kitchen operations by providing all shifts with baked
goods as well as general food service needs. This position works closely with the Head Chef and Sous
Chef to produce menu items identified as necessary for each shift. This is a full time seasonal/temporary
position of four months. Workweeks are five days and may include weekends.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Kitchen Operations
● Responsible for providing breads, pastries, etc. for all summer meals, as agreed upon by Sous
Chef and Head Chef
● Suggests original baked menu items
● Develops recipes for baked goods and adds them to NCI kitchen recipe book
● Assists Head Chef, Sous Chef, and Cooks with all food service needs
● Works with the Head Chef and Sous Chef to ensure efficient and high quality food service.
● Participates in kitchen meetings
● Participates in warewashing and general kitchen cleanliness.

Qualification Required:
● Enthusiasm for the mission of the North Cascades Institute.
● Enthusiasm for and experience with “Foodshed” principals and the “Slow Food” movement.
● One year or more Professional food service experience
● Ability to take initiative and prioritize tasks with exemplary time management and problem-solving
skills
● Ability to give and receive direction in a way that models respect
● Ability to comply with a smoke- and drug-free work environment
● Ability to lift 50 pounds occasionally and walk over uneven terrain
● Washington State food handler’s permit
● Valid driver’s license and driving record check must have no more than one moving violation in
the past three years, no DUI, reckless driving, or serious moving violations.
● Final offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of a background check
that may include employment history, national criminal background check, national sex offender
registry search and a driving history check.

Preferred:
● Previous baking experience at other residential learning centers, camps, schools or similar
facilities
● Professional food service experience in an institutional setting, preparing diverse, healthconscious
meals for children and adult groups, including foods that incorporate fresh, local and/or
organic ingredients
● Ability to scale recipes to meet group size requirements
● Strong working knowledge of baking science
● Familiarity with standard bakery equipment

Compensation

$12.00 to $15.00 per hour, DOE. Benefits include sick leave and
holiday pay.
Days/Hours This is a full time, seasonal/temporary, non-exempt position. Season will run from early-June 2017 through October 1, 2017.
Contact Info North Cascades Institute, www.ncascades.org
How to Apply Please apply online on our website: http://ncascades.atsondemand.com/
Complete the online application and upload a resume and cover letter pertinent to this position.
Position Closes Open Until Filled

Customer Service Associate – Closes 4/21/17

Position Customer Service Associate
Employer Seattle Goodwill
Job Description Job Summary
Interact with customers and donors in a courteous and professional manner, resolving problems, providing information, cashiering and performing other customer service actions.Essential Functions:
Assist customers and donors in a timely and courteous manner by answering questions, resolving problems, processing refunds, applying discounts, monitoring merchandise on “hold” and checking bags and packages. Models high level of customer service.
Answer store phones, and make intercom announcements and communicates through telephone and wireless audio systems.
Operates POS system: handles cash, checks, and credit card transactions, closing out cash drawer and balancing all transactions.
Monitor the level of customer service on all cash registers calling for backup when needed. Monitor employee break schedule, documenting break time and return.
Maintain “Lost and Found” log, ensuring that items are entered correctly and valuables are tagged and put in vault.
Maintain a clean work environment.
Demonstrate safe work practices through awareness and observation in support of a safety culture; reports any potential hazards or accidents.
Build and maintain internal and external customer satisfaction.
Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualification Qualifications:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The essential functions listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.Minimum Job Requirements:
Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent
Experience: 1 year retail experience
Specific Skills/Knowledge/Licenses: None

Essential Physical Abilities:
Lifting and carrying 30 – 40 pounds; Developed fine motor control (grasp, handle, manipulate objects with fingers;
Standing for long periods of time; Frequent bending, kneeling, reaching, stooping, squatting, pushing; climbing ladders; Able to travel across a variety of surfaces (stairs, ramps, uneven terrain)

Essential Mental/Sensory Abilities:
Communicating with the public
Problem Solving
Organizing, sorting, categorizing, counting, adding, subtracting,
Interpreting data
Creating written communication, clear verbal and written.
Completing written orders

Working Conditions:
Retail store environment, temperature varies, loud noises, occasional crowds, exposure to dust.

Compensation

Hourly
Days/Hours Full-time
Contact Info Silvio Menezes, Bellingham  EMAIL:   silvio.menezes@seattlegoodwill.org
How to Apply  For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

https://www.applicantpro.com/j/546623-122191

Position Closes April 21, 2017

Community Manager – Closes 6/1/17

Position Community Manager
Employer Coast Real Estate Services-Barkley Apartments
Job Description The basic functions of a Community Manager are to assist the Portfolio Manager in maintaining the physical asset and maximize the financial returns from that asset in accordance with the objectives while promoting the Company’s professional standards of quality. Responsible to hire, supervise, motivate all on-site staff and make recommendations for termination. Assists Portfolio Manager and supervisors with special projects and administrative tasks. Ensures staff compliance with company policies and procedures. Ensures staff performance of duties on a timely basis. Comply with the Washington State Residential Landlord & Tenant Act and all other governmental laws and regulations.

This is a full-time, temporary position for 90 days

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

A. Marketing and Leasing:

1. Show units and screen and select qualified residents;

2. Complete guest cards for all prospects who telephone or visit the property. Follow up with the prospects using the information on the guest card within 24 hours;

3. Review all newspaper advertising to ensure it is correct and the ad program is current;

4. Supervises Assistant Manager, Leasing and Marketing staff and Maintenance staff;

5. Visits competitive properties and assists in preparation of regular market surveys;

6. Prepares weekly reports for Portfolio Manager’s review every Monday;

7. Reviews all rental applications and lease forms for accuracy and compliance with resident policy and check all leases for accuracy and completion;

8. Make recommendations to improve marketing and leasing programs.

B. Resident Relations:

1. Responds to resident inquiries, complaints and concerns promptly;

2. Respond to Maintenance needs and Work Order requests promptly;

3. Implement rent collection program;

4. Supervises and implements move-in and move-out procedures;

5. Enforcement of apartment community rules and regulations.

C. Maintain the physical asset:

1. Supervises Maintenance staff, including maintenance supervisor and any contract workers;

2. Supervises scheduling of maintenance work;

3. Makes regular follow-up inspections on maintenance work, as assigned by On-Site Manager;

4. Establishes schedule of personnel for emergency maintenance;

5. Makes regular follow up inspections on maintenance work;

6. Makes regular inspections of grounds, including all common hallways;

7. Makes daily inspections of grounds, including common hallways;

8. Make-ready all vacant apartment units within expected timeline;

9. Makes recommendations for physical repairs, replacements and/or improvements;

10. Cleaning vacant apartments

11. Painting vacant apartments

12. Scheduling apartment turnover and maintaining apartments at acceptable levels of rent-readiness.

D. Financial Reporting and Control as directed by the Portfolio Manager:

1. Collects rents when due;

2. Properly execute journal receipts for monies collected;

3. Maintain accurate accounting records;

4. Assists in preparation of the budget;

5. Assists in reporting variances from the budget;

6. Assists in preparing monthly variance report;

7. Assists in approving invoices for payment;

8. Assists in preparing inventory of all equipment and supplies;

9. Reports accurate payroll information to the Payroll Department in a timely manner;

10. Requests Pre-approvals for overtime time pay from Portfolio Manager;

E. Administration as directed by the Portfolio Manager:

1. Maintenance of property files and records;

2. Supervises the handling of any emergency that may arise on-site;

3. Assists in reviewing market rents to ensure proper rates are being charged, monitors delinquencies, NSF and bad debt procedures to assure timely collection of rents, or evictions;

4. Communicates all problems and makes recommendations to Portfolio Manager in a reasonable time frame;

5. Implement effective time management;

6. Provides satisfactory documentation to ensure fair and timely resolution of disputes or issues with residents, employees or others;

7. Demonstrate leadership, and promote professionalism through appearance, attitude and communication skills;

8. Keep rental office clean, neat, and organized.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Supervises all on-site staff;

2. Ensure that work assignments are performed in accordance with OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Act) standards at all times;

3. Ensure employee compliance with the Washington State Residential Landlord & Tenant Act and all other governmental laws and regulations.

Dates of employment: 06/12/2017-09/30/2017

Qualification To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

1. Ability to handle finances and work within a budget;

2. Appearance compatible with image of property, positive attitude, good sense of humor, energetic, assertive and capable role model for subordinates;

3. Demonstrated integrity on personal as well as professional level;

4. Exceptional communication skills;

5. Attentive to details;

6. Ability to interact with a wide range of people;

7. Ability to solve problems involving residents, personnel, finances, equipment failure, emergency situations, etc.;

8. Ability and willingness to substitute for any leasing responsibility, unit cleaning, grounds pick-up, receptionist, and other work as may be reasonably directed by the Portfolio Manager.

REASONING ABILITIES – Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to:

1. Use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls;

2. Reach with hands and arms;

3. Talk and hear;

4. Frequently walk, sit, climb or balance;

5. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds;

6. Occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl;

7. Taste or smell.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
Other duties as assigned.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Compensation

$18-$20 DOE
Days/Hours Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm  Dates of employment: 06/12/2017-09/30/2017
Contact Info Lauren Kennedy, 3126 Racine St. Bellingham WA  EMAIL:    barkley@coastmgt.com
How to Apply  Email Resume to barkley@coastmgt.com
Position Closes June 1, 2017

Physical Therapy Aide – Closes 4/30/17

Position Physical Therapy Aide
Employer Stanwood Camano Physical Therapy
Job Description Stanwood Camano Physical Therapy is looking for a PT Aide for Monday-Thursday coverage. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone considering or planning on going into the physical therapy field. Prefer someone with a B.S. in Exercise Science or similar degree; current certification in exercise or sports related field; or currently pursuing a PT/PTA career.

The physical therapy aide is responsible for assisting the Physical Therapists in patient care; as well as the up keep of the gym and patient rooms.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

Laundry
Orthotics set-up
Patient confirmation calls
Patient room set-up
Filing
Pulling charts
Assisting front office with scheduling and other administrative duties
Assisting with TAOS form data collection
Implementing Physical Therapists plan of care
Modalities
Ice and heat
Traction
Assisting with speed and agility camps
Running errands for clinic
Please, submit your resume with a cover letter.

Qualification • Experience: Prior experience a plus
• Education: Prefer a B.S. in Exercise Science or current certification in exercise or sports related field
• Current CPR/First Aid certification card
• Knowledge of: anatomy, proper exercise form/biomechanics and HIPAA rules and regulations a plus

Compensation

TBD
Days/Hours Part-time
Contact Info Joe Bolewicz, 9612 270th St NW, Stanwood, WA   EMAIL:   marketing@stancampt.com
How to Apply Email resume and cover letter to marketing@stancampt.com
Position Closes April  30, 2017