Various Labor Positions- Closes 1/1/18

Position various labor positions
Employer Command Center Inc.
Job Description General Labor
Warehouse Jobs
Fish Processing
Lumber Mill Positions
Construction Clean-up
Fiberglass Production
Flaggers wanted
Qualifications Some positions require skilled Labor
Others have little to none required skills
All require a willingness to work and learn
Most jobs require reliable transportation
Current Washington State Flagger’s certificate

Compensation

$11.00-$14.00+
Days/Hours Mon thru Fri, 4:30am-12:30pm
Contact Info Command Center Staff

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 1840 Iron St suite A, Bellingham, WA

EMAIL: bellingham@commandonline.com

PHONE: 360.676.1666

How to Apply    Please come into Command Center with 2 pieces of current ID (photo ID card and social security or Birth certificate) or a current Passport and fill out our application resume is optional we are located at Command Center Inc. 1840 Iron St. suiteA Bellingham Wa. 98225
These positions are full-time/part-time..some are seasonal..others are temporary and some are permanent temp to hire positions depending on work performance
Position Closes January 1, 2017 at 4:00 PM
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Cook- Closes 9/20/17 at 4:00 PM

Position Cook
Employer Opportunity Council
Job Description Responsible for food service preparation, food delivery to class sites or on site classrooms, and record keeping for procurement as assigned. Excellent benefits for eligible staff.
Qualifications See full job announcement & application process at www.oppco.org. Paper Employment Applications may be picked up at 1419 Cornwall Ave., Bellingham, WA. Completed applications must be received by 4:00pm, 9/20/17. EOE

Compensation

Range ($11.00 to $13.58 per hour)
Days/Hours Mon thru Fri, 4:30am-12:30pm
Contact Info Human Resources

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 1419 Cornwall Ave, Bellingham, WA

EMAIL: hrrecruiting@oppco.org

PHONE: 360.734.5121 ext. 267

How to Apply    See full job announcement & application process at www.oppco.org. Paper Employment Applications may be picked up at 1419 Cornwall Ave., Bellingham, WA. Completed applications must be received by 4:00pm, 9/20/17. EOE

 

Applications should include a cover letter.

Position Closes September 20, 2017 at 4:00 PM

Childcare substitute- closes 10/27/17

Position Childcare substitute
Employer Bellingham Childcare and Learning Center
Job Description Substitute Teacher
Bellingham Childcare & Learning Center, a NAEYC accredited program, is looking for substitute teachers. The substitute position works a variety of hours, depending on the needs of the Center. Sometimes these hours are scheduled in advance; sometimes they are scheduled on short notice. This position can work in any of five classrooms with children aged 1 month to 5 years.

Job Duties Include:
– Assist staff with the implementation daily activities.
– Being consistently alert and sensitive to the individual needs of the children in your care.
– Keeping the environment safe, healthy, and organized.
– Assist in various classrooms as needed working with children ages 1 month – 5 years.
– Engage positively with children, family, and staff

Qualifications Requirements:
– Register with MERIT
– Ability to obtain a portable background check.
– Negative TB test
– First Aid & CPR
– Experience working in a child care setting.
– Early Childhood Education preferred
– EOE

Compensation

Depending on Education
Days/Hours Depending
Contact Info Elizabeth

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 2600 Squallicum Parkway, Bellingham, WA

EMAIL: elizabeth@bellinghamchildcare.com

PHONE: 360.676.0950

How to Apply    To Apply:
Applications are available at:
2600 Squalicum Pkwy.
Bellingham, WA 98225

If you have any other questions, please call Elizabeth or Bobbi at 676-0950

Applications should include a resume and references.

Position Closes October 27, 2017

Part Time & Full Time crew & Management- Closes 11/30/17

Position PT & FT crew & Mgmnt
Employer Taco Bell
Job Description Crew members FT & PT $11/hr, advancement opportunities available

!!!! Management positions $12-$15/hr & up DOE!!!!
YOU CAN HAVE A FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE AND WORK FULL TIME

Opening shifts 5am -2pm
Lunch shifts 11am-3pm
Dinner shifts 5pm-10pm
Late night shifts 10pm-3am

Taco Bell is flexible with school schedules and other scheduling conflicts.
We have long term and steady employment for those who want to work!
There is always the opportunity for advancement and excellent pay!

Positions available at Sunset Square and at our Meridian Location.

!!!!!!!! Apply in person at our SUNSET SQUARE LOCATION ONLY! For positions at BOTH STORES!!!!!!!

Bring your resume and food handles license. Please ensure your resume has a phone number with voicemail set up to receive messages.
**********PLEASE NO E-MAILS OR PHONE CALLS***********

Qualifications Apply today if you have the following qualities:
-A passion for Customer Service with the ability to train and motivate others to deliver exceptional service.
– Excellent communication skills and the ability to train, coach and motivate Team Members.
– Ability and willingness to work a varied schedule including days, evenings, weekends and holidays.
– Are able to set high standards of performance and communicate and keep Team Members accountable .
– Provide formal and informal feedback to Team members in order to recognize good performance and strengthen performance in opportunity areas.
– Follow procedures for effective inventory control.
– Create and maintain a safe environment for Team Members and customers.
– Display behavior that shows accountability for entire store.

Compensation

See ad
Days/Hours 20 hours per week
Contact Info Store Manager

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 1297 E. Sunset Dr., Bellingham, WA

How to Apply    Apply In Person at our Sunset Square location
1297 East Sunset Drive
Position Closes November 30, 2017

Work directly with the Artist: Admin Asst- Closes 10/15/17

Position Work directly with the Artist: Admin Asst
Employer Painted Peace / Stephanie Burgess
Job Description Administrative Assistant
Artist Stephanie Burgess and the Painted Peace Company
Our business is growing and we need help in running the day to day operations of Painted Peace and the works of Stephanie Burgess. You will be working closely with Stephanie in everything from sales and marketing, production, order processing, customer service and other administrative duties to help bring order to this bustling business. Learn the ins and outs of running a successful artist’s business and bringing meaning, purpose and happiness to our customers.
We are looking for an individual who is efficient and comfortable being a member of a team. The ability to multi-task, while maintaining complex schedules and managing administrative support, is essential in this position. The ideal candidate for this job is resourceful, a good problem solver and organized.
About Stephanie:
Stephanie Burgess has been working as an artist since 2009. Her introduction to wood working began when her daughter was a toddler. When their new home was under construction, she noticed remnants of wood that the construction workers were simply throwing away. Thinking she would be teaching her daughter a good lesson about recycling, they gathered up these soon to be wood canvases and put them to use. With a burner, some colorful paint and brush in hand, they began to create art together. It was a true collaboration between mother and daughter busily painting bugs and butterflies and creating simple messages about being good stewards of the earth. Stephanie was amazed at how beautiful their pieces turned out. Subsequently, she started creating her own art on Lazy Susan’s, game boards and other colorful pieces of wooden art which led to renting a craft booth and selling her wares at the local Bellingham Farmer’s Market for the next couple of years.
In 2011, Stephanie first discovered a traditional Peace Pole created by the World Peace Prayer Society (WPPS) outside of a local cafe in Bellingham. It read, ‘May Peace Prevail on Earth’ in different languages running down the sides of the pole. She was completely awestruck and it became the inspiration for her next project. She had been searching for something deeper and more meaningful in her art and this was it. She began creating original one-of-a-kind Peace Poles burned and painted on real wood timbers. These custom works of art were like modern day totems and often told a story about the life and family that ordered them. Eventually, she opted to do poles with inspiring messages of love, hope, family and peace. “One of my biggest inspirations as an artist came from the words and messages delivered by John Lennon, ‘imagine all the people living a life of peace…..’ The concept of ‘Art poles for the garden” had begun.
Stephanie started her career as a Licensed Artist when she signed with Licensing Agent, Alicia Dauber and first manufacturer (Studio M) in 2012 to go on and reproduce her popular poles. As soon as the Art Poles hit the retail market, they were an instant success. Awarded the Best New Product by New York Retailer Magazine, the poles began popping up everywhere, from schools to hospitals, to private gardens and houses of worship all over the country. There is even one planted at the oldest school building in America located in the Jamestown Settlement of Williamsburg, Virginia. Stephanie continues to receive national acclaim for her whimsical and colorful designs that can be found today on numerous garden and home decor products distributed both nationally and globally. This once self-proclaimed “crafter” has become an artist in her own right. “I was once told that art is something that evokes a response from its viewer… I know I do that. I am an artist!”
Stephanie and her family reside in the picturesque Pacific Northwest town of Bellingham, Washington. When not in her studio workshop, she can most often be found in muck boots, working her property and gardens or tending to her daughter, Isabel and their beloved dogs named Stella and Gidget.
Qualifications Responsibilities
• Preparing and mounting art
• Packaging orders for shipping
• Shipping and receiving
• Errands around town
• Show and open house coordination including booth set up and merchandising of products
• Retail sales at shows and studio tours
• Personal assistant
• Assist with order processing
• Marketing support including social media outreach and show promotions
• Web site content contribution and page management
Skills
• Proficiency in MS Office with expertise in Microsoft Word and Excel
• Detail oriented and comfortable working in a casual customer focused environment
• Exceptional communication skills
• Superior organization skills and dedication to completing projects in a timely manner
• Courteous, friendly and positive attitude
• High energy
• Retail or sales experience required
• Well dressed
• Social media and web management experience a plus
• Must be able to lift 50 pounds or more
Flexible hours and days: just get the job done
Occasional weekend work at shows and studio tours (typically 4-5 shows and 6 studio tours per year)
20-40 hours per week depending on season
Dependable transportation a must
$15.00 per hour and travel reimbursement
For more information about the company: https://www.paintedpeace.com/
To apply: Send letter of introduction and resume to:
Stephanie Burgess
Painted Pole
steph@paintedpeace.com
Thank you.

Compensation

$15/hr
Days/Hours Very Flexible
Contact Info Tom Dorr or Stephanie Burgess

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 4426 E Oregon St Bellingham, WA 98226

EMAIL: steph@paintedpeace.com

PHONE: 360.303.3198

How to Apply    To apply: Send letter of introduction and resume to:
Stephanie Burgess
Painted Pole
steph@paintedpeace.com
Thank you.
Position Closes October 15, 2017

Office Assistant- Closes 10/4/17

Position Office Assistant
Employer D.A. Stanley Consulting
Job Description Office Assistant needed for the office of a consulting firm. We are looking for a very independent worker that can multi task, organized, and attentive to detail.Ability to generate written communication and review written communication, and other required office equipment.

Duties and Responsibilities;

Creating invoices and keeping track of payments
Provides clerical support including typing correspondence, preparing spreadsheets, copying, filing, and research.
Validate corporate credit card transactions
Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to interact with Clients and resolve issues quickly
Ability to prioritize and multitask in a high traffic environment
Answering phone calls
Handles routine clerical and accounting functions, including data entry, calls to vendors, following up on requests for documentation, etc..
Ensure billing accuracy and completeness
Positive and helpful attitude
Consistent and accurate with details
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team

Reply with resume.

Qualifications Check body of posting.

Compensation

$14/hr
Days/Hours 20 hours per week
Contact Info John Goff

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 1109 Woodstock Way, Bellingham, WA

EMAIL: johnsofficemail@allianceconsultinggroupinc.com

PHONE: 907.267.9416

How to Apply    Apply through email. Include resume.
Position Closes October 4, 2017

Program Operations (Data) Specialist- Closes 9/22/17

Position Program Operations (Data) Specialist
Employer Northwest Regional Council
Job Description The Northwest Regional Council, as an Area Agency on Aging, funds and provides community-based programs to help people live in their own homes and communities for as long as possible, postponing or eliminating the need for institutional care. In addition, our agency is a Lead for the Health Home Program that includes a network of Care Coordination Organization’s (CCOs) throughout Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish and Whatcom counties. The Health Home Program provides both intensive care coordination and comprehensive case management for eligible individuals, using health screening/assessment tools, health education, and evidence-based practices to help clients establish health action plans and achieve health goals.
The Program Operations Specialist ensures the integrity and accuracy of and maintains databases for referrals, assignment of cases, tracking and notification systems, and ensuring correct and allowable billing and payment. This position is responsible for initiating systems changes as necessary; performing data entry and developing reports; providing information and technical assistance to providers on use of operational systems; managing required program documentation; verifying Health Home client eligibility and supporting referrals to appropriate CCOs. Duties also include supporting CCO contracting activities, tracking care coordinator orientation and training, and processing payment documents. NWRC has two Program Operations Specialist positions. The position for which we are hiring will focus primarily on the following:

Referral/Eligibility Management
1. Uses the Health Home database to assist with referrals of eligible health home clients to the appropriate Care Coordination Organization (CCO.)
2. Initiates and implements system and database changes as necessary
3. Tracks Health Home “opt-outs” and updates databases accordingly.
4. Responds to/tracks Health Home requests/referrals from providers, CCOs, and the community.
5. Verifies eligibility and coordinates enrollment (not engagement) of individuals eligible for Medicaid and Medicare (dual eligible) services with the state Health Care Authority (HCA.)
6. Provides technical assistance to CCOs about ongoing eligibility and contract requirements for eligibility.
7. Coordinates referrals with the Health Care Authority (HCA.)
8. Coordinates and communicates with Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) and HCA on eligibility and case transfers and directs inquiries related to MCO-related cases to MCOs.
9. Provides information and technical support on measuring engagement efficiency.

Billing
10. Acts as point person on billing questions and provides technical assistance to CCOs on billing matters, including Tier classifications
11. Reconciles CCO billings against eligibility and program records
12. Coordinates between CCOs and NWRC budget office
13. Reviews, verifies accuracy and compiles invoices from CCOs and prepares invoices for approval.
14. Reviews files in the database for Health Action Plan (HAP) completion and appropriate tier activity related to billing.
15. Provides technical support to CCOs on HAP development and submission and HAP contract requirements. Participates in CCO contract monitoring.

Qualifications Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Demonstrated ability to work with databases, word processing and spreadsheets at an intermediate skill level.
• Ability to perform complex data analysis.
• Ability to analyze situations accurately and adopt effective course of action.
• Ability to provide technical support/explain complex program processes to community partners.
• Ability to work with efficiency and flexibility under frequent pressure of deadlines.
• Demonstrated ability to learn and master new job responsibilities.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality of client, provider, and staff information.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, other agency personnel, and the general public using courtesy, tact and good judgment.
• Sensitivity to the needs and values that are present in working with diverse groups of people.
• Broad knowledge of the legal, contractual and financial requirements of the Health Home Program or similar Medicaid programs preferred.

Compensation

TEN-STEP HOURLY RANGE: $20.70 – $27.01, DOQ
Days/Hours 40 hours/wk
Contact Info Human Resources

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 600 Lakeway Dr Suite 100 Bellingham WA 98225

EMAIL: NWRCHumanResources@dshs.wa.gov

PHONE: 360.676.6749

How to Apply    Application materials may be requested by contacting the Bellingham Office @ 360-676-6749, e-mailing NWRCHumanResources@dshs.wa.gov, or downloading directly from www.nwrcwa.org. All applications and application materials, including a cover letter and resume, must be fully completed and returned to the Bellingham office by Friday, Sept. 22, 2017. NWRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Position Closes September 22, 2017

Toddler Room Assistant- Closes 10/10/17

Position Toddler Room Assistant
Employer Cornwall Church
Job Description Cornwall Church MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) is looking for friendly, dedicated and caring individuals to join our childcare team for the coming year. MOPS meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday morning of each month from October – May, with our breaks following the Bellingham School District Schedule. This is a great position for individuals looking to gain or add experience in a childcare setting. The age of the children range from 6 months – 5 years.

Job Responsibilities include:
– create a safe, welcoming and clean classroom environment
– communicate clearly and calmly with parents and other caregivers
– ability to comfort and engage children during transition time from parent to classroom
-ability to provide individual care while also supervising group as a whole
– ability to remain calm and follow specified discipline policy as necessary
– sanitizing and cleaning classroom after all children have left

Position will begin October 7th, with one training date prior to this date to be determined. Schedule is the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, from 9:00am-12:00pm, with more hours possible on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Pay is $11/hour.

Qualifications Have previous childcare experience
Must be willing to complete a background check

Compensation

$11/hr
Days/Hours 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month, 9am-12am from October-May
Contact Info Katie Hjort/Cornwall MOPS

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 4518 Northwest Drive, Bellingham, WA 98225

EMAIL: katieobray24@gmail.com

PHONE: 425.894.8211

How to Apply    Please email cover letter and resume. Please do not contact Cornwall Church for more information as hiring is being performed by Cornwall MOPS. Be sure to provide references.
Position Closes October 10, 2017

Mt. Baker Community Prevention Wellness Initiative Coalition Coordinator- Closes 9-18-17 at 5:00 PM

Position Mt. Baker Community Prevention Wellness Initiative Coalition Coordinator
Employer Whatcom Family & Community Network
Job Description JOB SUMMARY:
Administer and coordinate a prevention community-based program, including planning, development, implementation and evaluation of the program; facilitate the development and coordination of substance abuse prevention activities; develop and present prevention-related educational programs for community members and groups; stay updated on the latest substance abuse prevention research and provide up-to-date information to the public; facilitate the development, training and implementation of local community substance abuse prevention coalition, and collaborate with existing task forces as a resource or provider of technical assistance.

JOB FUNCTIONS:
• Coordinate a local community coalition comprised of community members who represent a minimum of eight of the following sectors: Youth, Parent, Law Enforcement, Civic/Volunteer Groups, Business, Healthcare Professionals, Media, Schools, Youth-serving Organizations, Religious/Fraternal Organizations, State/Local/Tribal Governments, Other Substance Abuse Organization (e.g., Treatment), Youth Treatment Professionals, and Mental Health Professionals; to encourage and facilitate their collaboration in efforts to prevent or reduce substance abuse;
• Coordinate and provide comprehensive training to coalition members to build capacity for community-based, data-driven substance abuse coalition work;
• Provide technical assistance and support to agency staff, volunteers, prevention contractors, service providers and community groups on topics such as the CPWI and prevention science (e.g., risk and protective factors, the Strategic Prevention Framework, relevant evidence-based strategies);
• Oversee community coalition’s development of five-year prevention strategic plan within “Washington State Department of Social and Health Services’ Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery” (DSHS/DBHR) Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) Community Coalition guidelines and providing annual budget and action plan updates;
o Conduct needs assessment and other techniques to identify community service needs with community coalition members;
o Assist individuals and groups in developing risk and protective factor focused prevention plans, selecting research-supported prevention strategies, and developing appropriate evaluations;
• Work cooperatively with additional community members and groups to develop and implement on-going evidence-based strategies which discourage use/misuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs;
• Develop data collection instruments and monitoring and program evaluation policies and procedures to ensure program compliance with federal, state, and local guidelines;
• Responsible for prevention contract monitoring and program outcomes;
• Conduct on site-visits with subcontractor(s) to monitor program components for specific contract provisions and compliance;
• Conduct participant surveys to evaluate community needs, contract compliance and strategy effectiveness;
• Prepare summaries of prevention monitoring reports for the coalition and as needed;
• Enter reporting data into required data systems within contractual timeframes;
• Interpret complex and detailed federal and state regulations to ensure program and planning compliances;
• Attend required DBHR meetings and training;
• Engage with local media. Preparing press kits, soliciting media coverage and responding to media requests;
• Plan, develop, implement and monitor media campaigns, social marketing initiatives in collaboration with CPWI statewide media initiatives;
• Collaborate with key community stakeholders in the support and implementation of Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Work is performed primarily in office environments. Primary office in which employee maintains work space must be located within community served by coalition. Community travel is required to provide face to face communication with coalition members and to attend other community meetings and events, provide training and technical assistance and participate in coalition strategies and activities. Statewide travel is required occasionally. Attendance at meetings and prevention activities may require working evening and irregular hours. Access to guaranteed, reliable transportation is required. Occasional physical effort may be required to lift items weighing up to 50 pounds.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Knowledge of and familiarity with the community served by the coalition;
• Demonstrated ability to organize community groups and to work cooperatively with a variety of people and agencies, public groups and contract agency personnel;
• Knowledge of principles of cultural competence, consequences of health disparities, and strategies to increase inclusivity in community outreach;
• Understand the value of and strategies to include diverse members of the community in coalition-building and community outreach;
• Ability to facilitate meetings that encourage participation and positive development, and to work cooperatively with public groups and contract agency personnel;
• Knowledge of principles of effective leadership with demonstrated leadership skills;
• Excellent research, analysis, writing, and communication skills involved in community and coalition development, planning and policy development, grant and report-writing, statistical data gathering and public speaking;
• Understand existing alcohol and other drug abuse prevention systems and programs in state and county governments;
• Successful experience developing and providing adult training programs;
• Knowledge of basic principles of substance abuse prevention and treatment. Understand the continuum of care in substance abuse and addiction;
• Proven ability to work independently and prioritize several on-going assignments within contractual requirements including deadlines;
• Ability to work a flexible schedule and travel within the area served by the coalition with occasional state-wide travel.

Additional knowledge of: community organizing, fundamental public health principles and practices, techniques of behavior change, social marketing, health promotion and population-based prevention; program planning and evaluation methods.

Additional ability to: manage multiple time sensitive issues, adapt to changing circumstances and develop creative solutions; generate a shared vision for the community; generate and maintain enthusiasm for developing solutions and instill a sense of hopefulness for continued improvement of health outcomes; provide technical assistance through coaching, mentoring, training, delegating, and directing; establish effective working relationships with diverse communities, agencies and staff; communicate effectively both orally and in writing with tact, diplomacy and sensitivity; work independently and work effectively in teams and work groups.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Possession of a valid driver’s license and an acceptable driver’s abstract is required prior to employment.
Current Certified Prevention Professional credential or ability to obtain within 18 months of appointment upon approval of related training plan.
Ability to pass Washington State Patrol Background check and any further established background requirements.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
A Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Public Health, Behavioral Sciences or closely related field; or the equivalent combination of relevant education, training and experience. Two years of relevant experience that adequately illustrates the attainment of knowledge, skills, abilities and other requirements of the job listed. Familiarity with Washington State substance abuse prevention planning frameworks and programs preferred.

FUNDING & OVERSIGHT INFORMATION: This position is grant funded by Washington State Department of Social & Health Services (DSHS), Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR). The grant is managed through Whatcom County Health Department. The Employer for this position is Whatcom Family & Community Network (WFCN). A 501 (c) 3 not for profit organization. See the WFCN website at www.wfcn.org

COMPENSATION: DOE: Range: $22 to $28 hourly. Medical health benefits, vacation and sick leave.

Whatcom Family & Community Network is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

To Apply: Send cover letter and tailored resume to info@wfcn.org
Position Open Until Filled with Priority Deadline of 9/18 at 5 p.m.

Qualifications EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
A Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Public Health, Behavioral Sciences or closely related field; or the equivalent combination of relevant education, training and experience.
Two years of relevant experience that adequately illustrates the attainment of knowledge, skills, abilities and other requirements of the job listed.
Familiarity with Washington State substance abuse prevention planning frameworks and programs preferred.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Possession of a valid driver’s license and an acceptable driver’s abstract is required prior to employment.
Current Certified Prevention Professional credential or ability to obtain within 18 months of appointment upon approval of related training plan.
Ability to pass Washington State Patrol Background check and any further established background requirements.

Compensation

$22-$28/hr DOE, Medical and dental benefits, vacation and sick leave
Days/Hours M-F, some nights and some weekends
Contact Info Kristin D.

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 1231 N Garden Street # 210

WORK LOCATION: Multiple locations in East Whatcom County

EMAIL: info@wfcn.org

PHONE: 360.738.1196

How to Apply    To Apply: Send cover letter and tailored resume to info@wfcn.org
Position Open Until Filled with Priority Deadline of 9/18 at 5 p.m.
Position Closes September 18, 2017 at 5:00 PM

Registered Nurse *New Grads Encouraged to Apply*- Open Until Filled

Position Registered Nurse *New Grads Encouraged to Apply*
Employer  Northwest Regional Council
Job Description Correctional Nursing is the practice and delivery of patient care within the unique and distinctive environment of the criminal justice system.

Nurses have been described as the backbone of correctional health care. They are the eyes, ears, hands, heads and hearts that respond to medical and mental health emergencies. During daily
nursing clinics and other routine encounters, correctional nurses listen to patients’ concerns and watchfully encourage other individuals who are unable or unwilling to raise a health concern.
Nurses must apply their knowledge, skill and ability to the assessment and diagnosis of the full range of health conditions presented by this population and determine both the urgency and priority of subsequent care.
Northwest Regional Council currently manages the Whatcom County Jail Health Program and is currently looking to fill a full-time, benefited RN position.

Qualification Current license as Registered Nurse in Washington State – unencumbered & CPR certification.
For more information please visit our employment webpage http://www.nwrcwa.org/employment/

Compensation

TEN-STEP HOURLY RANGE: $25.85 – $33.72/hour, DOE
Days/Hours 40 hours
Contact Info Human Resources

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 600 Lakeway Dr Suite 100 Bellingham WA 98225

WORK LOCATION: Whatcom County Jail

EMAIL: NWRCHumanResources@dshs.wa.gov

PHONE: 360.676.6749

How to Apply The REQUIRED application packet may be requested by contacting the Bellingham Office @ 360-676-6749, e-mailing NWRCHumanResources@dshs.wa.gov, or downloading directly from www.nwrcwa.org/employment. All applications and application materials, including a cover letter and resume, must be fully completed and returned to the Bellingham office.
Position Closes Open Until Filled