Job Scene     September 02, 2014                 Print View

Job Scene is updated Monday through Friday and is accessible on the WWU campus. To access current listings, check us out on the web at: http://www.wallawalla.edu/jobscene/

If you need assistance in finding employment, stop by the Student Employment Office, CTC 307, and talk to Twyla Kruger.


On-Campus

Students must complete Employment Forms in the Student Employment Office before starting on-campus employment

CAMPUS SECURITY

Campus Security is hiring Student Patrol Officers. Must be able to work 8-12 hours per week and possibly work late night shifts between midnight and 8 am, be physically able to walk the campus, negotiate stairs, know the buildings on campus, be alert, be able to work alone and with other people, and pay attention to detail. Must have, or be able to get, CPR and First Aid Certification and have a valid driver’s license. Applicants must be 18 years old or older. If interested submit application via the Student Employment office and send any inquiries via email to John.McMackin@wallawalla.edu.

COMPOST SITE MANAGER

Help turn our landscape waste into valuable compost to use on our campus grounds, using a front loader to build and turn compost piles. Some experience with a tractor, front loader or similar experience required. Work is performed outdoors year round. Must be WWU Approved Driver. 10- 20 hours per week when school is in session, full–time summer employment. Submit Online Student Employment Application ATTN: Custodial & Grounds department.

GROUNDS MECHANIC

Performs general mechanical repair and maintenance work on Grounds equipment. Responsible for diagnosing mechanical problems, responding to repair requests, purchasing necessary parts and tools, and performing maintenance and repair on Grounds Department tools, equipment and vehicles as needed. Must be WWU Approved Driver. 10- 20 hours per week when school is in session, full–time summer employment. Submit Online Student Employment Application ATTN: Custodial & Grounds department.

MEDIA SERVICES

Media Services is looking for several individuals to help produce campus live stream events. Events include volleyball, soccer, basketball, softball, selected vespers, select musical performances, and other events as assigned. Individuals would be responsible for setting up, operating, and taking down video cameras, switchers and computers used in the production of assigned events. Attention to detail, familiarity with electronic gear, punctuality and dependability are important to this position. Events are sporadic and hours are not guaranteed. Employees need to be self starters and have the ability to work independently with fellow students to get projects completed. Must know how to hook up DVD players and/or other entertainment related items. If interested, email Chris@wallawalla.edu or call 509-527-2083.

SOUND SYSTEM TECHNICIAN

The Institutional Support department is looking for a sound system technician. A sound system technician is a member of a 10 person crew which runs sound for Vespers, Community, and Week of Worships. Technicians run the main Front of House sound board, our recording sound board, as well as a light board, and assisting as an occasional stage hand. Technicians must have previous experience running sound systems and understand the basic live mixing. Work takes place Friday afternoons, Tuesday during community, and an occasional Sunday night practice. Technicians are on a rotation to allow for weeks off. Students interested in this position must enjoy helping behind the scenes with programs and running sound. Position would start September 29. If interested, email Edward Decker at edward.decker@wallawalla.edu.


On-Campus Next School Year

ASWWU

ASWWU has positions available for the 2014-2015 school year! Positions include: Collegian Editor-in-Chief, Executive Secretary, Atlas Mgr., Tread Shed Mgr., Fundraising Mgr., Mt. Ash Editor, Mask Editor, Head Photo Editor, Head Outdoor Mgr., Head Video Editor, Head Webmaster, & Project Mgr. Interested? Email ASWWU at aswwu@wallawalla.edu & fill out an application at as.wallawalla.edu.

BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE

The Walla Walla University Bookstore has open positions for next Fall. Please Look at the Off Campus Next Year section ad for details.

CUSTODIAL

Campus Custodial is hiring a custodial crew member. Duties performed will be general cleaning and janitorial in nature including dusting, mopping, sweeping, vacuuming, filling dispensers, cleaning drinking fountains, showers, kitchenettes, labs, and restrooms, taking out trash. May lift up to 50 pounds. Work is performed in doors. Hours are flexible, with 10-20 hrs/wk when school is in session. If interested, have your online Student Employment application sent to the Custodial and Grounds department.

EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY

The Education and Psychology Department is looking for a secretary for Pathways to Change, the free counseling center in Smith Hall. Applicants must be able to work evenings, Sunday-Thursday as well as Sunday afternoons, for about 15 hrs/week. Applicants must be able to interact with clients and maintain strict confidentiality. The secretary is also required to perform general secretarial duties, including making reminder calls, scheduling clients, filing, and various other tasks. To apply, bring completed application to Jon Nickell in Smith Hall, Office B, or call 527-2838.

GROUNDS - FLOWERBED CREW

Duties include weeding, trimming, and planting. May operate small equipment and use many small hand tools. Work is performed outdoors in all types of weather. 10- 20 hours per week. WWU Approved Driver beneficial. Hours are 10-20 per week. Must be dependable, on-time, independent worker, team player and able to follow instructions. No prior experience required. To apply, submit online Student Employment application and have it sent to the Custodial & Grounds department.

KIDNASTICS

The HPE Department is looking for a Kidnastics Instructor to teach kids 3-14 years old gymnastics skills on floor, beam, uneven bars, vault and tumble track. Will be in charge of own class of students 5-7 per class. Must have some gymnastics skills, need to be able to teach between the hours of 3pm and 7pm Mon-Thurs. Classes are taught on the hour two days a week. If interested, call 509-527-2324 or email Curtis.Kuhlman@wallawalla.edu.


Off-Campus

Walla Walla University is pleased to provide Job Scene as a service to our students. However, because WWU is not the employer for off-campus jobs, we cannot be responsible for the placement or terms and conditions of off-campus employment. You may view the full disclaimer by clicking on the link below.

CAREGIVER/CNA

A part-time (Weekend Day Shifts) skilled personal care attendant needed to assist disabled woman with daily activities in her NE Portland home. Duties include but are not limited to - all aspects of personal care, housekeeping, driving to and from appointments, lift transfers, charting, and meal prep. Saturday and Sunday Day shifts are now open. 12 hour shifts (8am - 8pm). It would be between 12-24 hours per week (part time). $13-$18/hour depending on experience. Qualities that are wanted for this job would be honesty, intelligence, compassionate, dependable, enthusiasm, efficiency, detail oriented, helpful, and being a team player. 1 year hands on care giving experience preferred; CNA license a plus but not required; non-smokers ONLY; Valid driver's license and 3 years clean driving record; must pass criminal background check; can commit to long term employment, minimum 1 year. If interested, please send cover letter, resume, and references to lcasemanager@gmail.com. Will be accepting applications until position is filled.

CHILD CARE PROVIDER

The Blue Mountain Community Church is looking for a child care provider. Would be working in the infant - toddler room, approximately 5-10 children. Would be supervising children and would have a basic curriculum provided. Position starts ASAP, Sundays 8:30-Noon. $10/hr. If interested, Call the church office at (509)-529-1212 or email kathy@bluemountainchurch.com.

CHILDCARE

Local resident needs help with childcare for 10 year old. Needed mid June through the end of August. Must be able to supervise every other week, from 7:30am-5pm Mon-Thurs and 7:30am-1pm on Fridays. Must have a driver's license to be able to take the child where he needs to go. Must be able to prepare meals, help organize time efficiently, and see that the child practices. If interested, please email resume to alysa@charter.net.

CHILDCARE

A local resident is in need of a student to help with childcare for their three children, ages 4,2, and 2 months. Hours and days vary. Very flexible and can work around your schedule for most things. Children would also occasionally need to be picked up from daycare and taken home. Must be reliable and patient with children. Must have experience working with children. Must have references and a valid driver's license. An elementary education major who has already passed a background check would be preferable. if interested please call Jennifer at (509)-520-9027 or email jmariecarpenter@gmail.com Application deadline: 8/31/2014

CNA

Sunnyside Adult Family Home is looking for a Certified Nursing Assistant. Must have current 1st aid and CPR certificates. Hours are flexible. Room and board available. If interested, call Barbara at (509)526-7707.

CNA'S, RN'S, AND LPN'S

Adventist Health Personal Care is looking for CNA's, RN's, and LPN's to provide home based care. Duties depend on certification or licensure. Days and hours per week will be flexible. Pay for CNA position is $10.56-$12.86, LPN - $14.21-$17.29, and RN - $22.85-$27.85 per hour. If interested, please contact Dana at 525-3825 or stop by office between 8-5 M-Th and 8-3 F at 830 S 2nd Ave, Walla Walla, WA 99362.

COMMUNITY SERVICES INC

The Community Service Incorporation has several positions available. They are looking for supportive personnel for clients with developmental disabilities, some houses have behavioral challenging clients and some medically fragile clients. We have several openings in the Portland area, spanning from Cornelius to Gresham. We provide all of the (paid) training needed for the individual house staff. We have several Grave shifts with minimal work load, plenty of time for homework. We also have several on-call shifts maximizing flexibility. We are willing to provide letters of recommendation and encourage advancement. For nursing students the medically fragile houses would require delegation and close working relationship with our nursing staff, which would start students on the path of learning and practical experience. We have many positions available with group homes from Cornelius to Gresham. Must be able to communicate clearly and efficiently and in a caring attitude. You do not have to have any experience to apply. All training will be provided. The pay will be $10+ depending on the position. If interested contact our hotline at (503)-615-8515 or just come into the office and fill out an application and take a basic English test. The application deadline is 12/31/14.

COMPUTER TUTOR

A local resident is in need of a student who is willing to help tutor a retired man with limited vision, with using a Dell desktop computer. Wants to know the basics of using the computer and help with setting things such as defaulting printers. Hours are very flexible. $10/hr, subject to change depending on computer literacy. If interested please call Peter at (509)-301-5587 or email pj.schermann@gmail.com.

DELIVERY DRIVER/BINDERY

Inland Saxum Printing is looking for a delivery driver/ bindery. Position is open immediately for delivery of printed material in the Walla Walla/College Place area. Empty trash, and at times, you may be asked to assist in bindery. Flexible hours. 8 hours/week, Monday-Thursday. Pay would be $9.75/hr. Due to the number of hours each week job should be viewed as "spending money" only. Must be honest, friendly, have an excellent driving record, able to lift heavy boxes, and have a knowledge of the area. Position starts 8/20/2014. If interested please email Gail at gail@inlandsaxum.com. Position deadline is 8/29/2014.

DISABILITIES READER PROCTOR

Walla Walla Community College is looking for a disabilities reader/proctor who will administer and proctor exams and provide accommodations for students with disabilities. Responsibilities will be to implement special accommodations for alternative testing for students with disabilities as directed on the accommodation recommendation sheets prepared by the instructors; the testing team will determine the appropriate implementation; maintain accurate, organized, and easily accessible testing records; respond to requests for student testing information records; follow testing policies and procedures; maintain records of all tests administered and prepare statistical reports; communicate and related effectively with the faculty, staff, students, and public while fostering a positive testing environment. Experience working with students with disabilities is preferred. Position would be Monday-Friday, 16 hours/week. Pay would be $9.48/hr. If interested, send resume and references to regina.eilertson@wwcc.edu. Application deadline is 10/01/2014.

FIREFIGHTER

College Place Fire Department is currently recruiting resident volunteer firefighters. The volunteers would be provided room and a stipend of $150 a month to live at the fire department. All training and equipment would be provided. Home volunteers are needed as well. If interested, contact John at (509) 301-2630 or e-mail JBoose@ci.college-place.wa.us.

HOUSE CLEANING

Supreme Cleaning services hiring parttime house cleaners. Needed early afternoon. Position starts immediately. If interested, call Jerry at (509)-386-2040.

HOUSE CLEANING

A local resident is in need of a student to clean their house twice a month. Duties include vacuuming, mopping, taking the trash out, and dusting. Hours and days of work are flexible. Pay rate is $10/hr. If interested please call Jennifer at (509)-520-9027 or email jmariecarpenter@gmail.com

HOUSEKEEPER

A local resident is in need of weekly house cleaning done. It would be 2-4 hours or more, depending on worker's reliability and attention to detail. If interested, call Melissa at (509)-240-2143. Application deadline is 09/01/2014.

HOUSEKEEPING

Walla Walla resident needs a student to do basic housekeeping duties. Pay is $10/hr. Hours are flexible. If interested, please call Becky at (509)-529-3522.

HOUSEWORK

A local resident is in need of a student who is willing to do general housework. Will work with your schedule. Pay will start at $12.50/hr. If interested please text Trisha at (509)-301-0975.

LAND CLEARING

A local resident is in need of a student who is willing to help remove blackberry vines and dead bushes away from a creek area. $10/hour. Mornings would be best. If interested call Beverly at (509)-529-4639.

LMSW THERAPIST

Lemhi Valley Social Services is looking for a full time or part time Outpatient Therapist. Must be a LMSW, LCSW or LCPC. Will be working with children and adults with metal illnesses. Wage is $25.00-30.00 and hour depending on experience. You may set your own schedule, Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm. Basic Computer skills are required. If interested contact Annie at (208)-756-2927.

MARKETING INTERN

SermonView, the fastest growing Adventist evangelism printing and mailing ministry in the NAD, seeks a marketing intern in our Vancouver Washington office. The intern would have to plan and execute marketing programs for our various product lines. Must be a mass communications or marketing major with strong written communication skills. Learn more at www.sermonview.com/jobs .

MOVING

Local resident is in need of students to help with moving furniture and boxes on Friday, August 22, during the morning. Pay rate will be $10/hr. Call David at 503-298-8842 or email david.lindstrom@wallawalla.edu.

NURSERY ASSISTANT

The College Place Presbyterian Church is in need of someone who can work in the nursery Sunday mornings from 9:30-11:45. Position would start September 7th, if possible. Pay would be $10/hr. Requirements would be a background check and experience with kids. If interested please call Gayl or Stephanie at (509)-529-3210 or email CPPC@bmi.net.

POWER-POINT HELP

A local resident is in need of someone who would be willing to assist them in using Microsoft Powerpoint. They just need someone who can help them with the mechanics of putting the slides together. He needs someone ASAP. Pay is negotiable. If interested, call Bart at (509)-301-3649.

PRIVATE CAREGIVER/COMPANION

A local resident is in need of a caregiver/companion. The caregiver will get the resident up and dressed, make the bed, give the resident her medication, and escort to breakfast. The caregiver will then see that the resident is back in her apartment following breakfast. The resident needs water at her beside at all times. In addition, the caregiver will visit with and read to the resident -- in short, keep her company for a little while. The trash will also need to be emptied, as needed. Job requirements would be interest in helping lonely senior adults, the ability to interact with someone that is hard of hearing, be genuine. Position is Sunday - Thursday. 5-6:30 PM Th-Sun, and 7-9 AM Sat & Sun. Pa would be $10/hr. If interested, call Sandy at 509-540-2388. Application deadline is 09/30/2014.

YARDWORK

Local resident is in need of someone to do light yardwork. Contact Jeanett at 509-525-3660 if interested.

YARDWORK

Walla Walla resident needs a student to do basic yardwork. Pay is $10/hour. Hours are flexible. Call Becky for more information at 529-3522.

YARDWORK

Looking for an ambitious person to do yardwork. Duties include weeding, planting, and some clean-up. Previous yard care experience is preferred, but not required. Hours are flexible around student schedule. Pay is $9.50 hourly. Need to provide own transportation. If interested, contact Marlys at (541) 558-3989.

YARDWORK

The RV Park is looking for someone to do basic yardwork duties such as mowing, weed-eating, and raking. Hours are flexible and pay is $9.19/hr. If interested, please call Janett at 509-527-6072 or email: rvresort@gohighspeed.com.

YARDWORK

Local resident is looking for someone to do yardwork duties, which include raking leaves, weed eating, cleaning out gutters. If interested, contact Cindee at 541-938-7680.

YARDWORK

A local resident is in need of determined student to do yard work. The job will include trimming trees and hedges, cutting the lawn, weeding and other yard work. The hours and days worked are flexible being paid $10/hour. If interested contact Ralph at (509)-529-8236.

YARDWORK

Local resident is looking for a student to do general yardwork duties. Hours and days are flexible. Pay is $10/hr. If interested, please call Carl at 509-526-4248.

YARDWORK/LANDSCAPING

A local resident is in need of a student who is willing to do general maintenance and some easy landscaping jobs. Pay is negotiable. Hours are flexible. No working during Sabbath hours. If interested call Allyn at (509)-529-3988 or email at nanny73@live.com.


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Off-Campus Summer

CONSTRUCTION WORKERS

Vixie Construction is looking for young men wanting a full time job for the summer. This job would entail construction work and various other related tasks. This would be a full time position for the summer. Could start working as soon as possible until school starts in the fall. Pay would start at minimum wage and could advance depending on skill. If interested please call Bill at (509)-301-0345 or (509)-301-3934 or email vixie@neofaft.net


Off-Campus Next School Year

BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE

The Walla Walla University Bookstore has open positions for next Fall. Please visit www.bncollegejobs.com to apply.


Off-Campus Washington State Work-Study

The following jobs may only be filled by students who are Washington State residents, have a complete and actual Financial Aid File and a Federal Work-Study Award. Letters of eligibility must be obtained from Twyla Kruger in the Student Employment Office prior to contacting the employer. If interested in receiving Co-op credit for any of these jobs, contact the Career Center once you have been hired.

AFTER SCHOOL CAMP SITE DIRECTOR

Camp Fire Walla Walla is looking for an After School Camp Site Director. Site Directors are responsible for the operation of the Camp Fire After School camp program at their individual school sites. They will ensure a positive, caring, enjoyable environment for children, staff and parents. By developing a balance of thoughtfully organized activities including free choice & structured activities and active play & quiet time. The program will provide a non-threatening and safe atmosphere for learning and growth. In leading a team of counselors, the site directors will work to ensure that the program "speaks with one voice" and provides consistent, positive discipline and redirection. Experience working with children, ability to communicate effectively, think on your feet, passion for youth development are required. $10.00/hr. Position would start September 2, 2014. It would be 20 hours per week. Hours would be 2:00-5:30, Monday - Friday.Must be 21 years of age. If interested, fill out an application that can be found on the Camp Fire website: www.campfire.org. Application deadline is 10/01/2014

ANIMAL SHELTER FOSTER PROGRAM COORDINATOR

The Blue Mountain Humane Society has a position available for a foster program coordinator. The position includes developing a long-term foster program, create forms for the foster program. Will also be researching and networking with other shelters and initiate and maintain contact with applicants interested in fostering animals. Will also help the BMHS staff in other ways and will be advertising the foster program around the community. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Twyla Kruger to get a letter of eligibility.

CLINIC CLERK

Walla Walla General Hospital is looking for a clinic clerk. Employee will be scheduling patient appointment, calling and checking in patients, entering data, and other related responsibilities. Must have intermediate to advanced computer skills as well as strong communication skills. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. See Twyla Kruger for a letter of eligibility.

COMPANION ANIMAL CARETAKER

The Blue Mountain Humane Society is looking for a student who enjoys animals to work as a companion animal caretaker. The student will provide food, water, and clean-up for dogs, cats, and occasional other animals in the shelter. Must provide own transportation. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Twyla Kruger to get a letter of eligibility.

CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSISTANT

The Blue Mountain Humane Society is looking for someone with a passion for animal care and serving people to be a customer service assistant. Duties include: greeting visitors and answering initial questions, filing lost and found reports, assisting potential adopters in evaluating animals and in understanding the adoption process, and other basic office tasks. Must be a team player, have general communication knowledge, and effective communication skills. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Twyla Kruger to get a letter of eligibility.

DIABETES CLERICAL STAFF

Walla Walla General Hospital has a job opening for a Diabetes Clerical Staff. Duties would include making up class and promotional packages for the Diabetes Center, order material and stock, Mail out pre-registration packets, billing, patient follow-up, data entry, filing, scheduling appointments, and helping with physician correspondence. Must have good computer skills and clerical ability. If interested, see Twyla Kruger for a letter of eligibility. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY.

FRAMING ASSISTANT

Kingfisher Gallery & Custom Framing is looking for a framing assistant. Will be fitting artwork into frames, cutting and cleaning glass, and touching up frame corners. Will store mat and frame samples and remnants. Will also be doing general cleaning and attending to customers. Student will learn attention to detail, time management, and how to organize work flow in a creative environment. This will also gain them customer service experience. Minimum qualifications are ability to read ruler measurements, pleasant demeanor, attention to detail, and schedule requires being able to work 1:00-3:30 Tuesday through Thursday. All other work hours can be arranged depending on student's schedule and shop needs . Estimated weekly hours at least 7.5, ranging up to 15. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. See Twyla Kruger for a letter of eligibility.

HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT FILE CLERK

Walla Walla General Hospital is in need of an Home Medical Equipment File Clerk. Will be filing, scanning, and doing medical record auditing. Must be skilled in Word and Excel. Also must be office machine proficient. Experience in office or school related computer operation, task coordination, time management and organizational skills are preferred. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. See Twyla Kruger for a letter of eligibility.

HUMAN RESOURCE CLERK

Walla Walla General Hospital has a position for a Human Resources Clerk who will assist in processing new and terminated employees. Will also assist in greeting, answering phones, relaying messages, collecting timesheets, and in preparation for JCHAO regulations by making sure files are current with required documentation. Must be organized, good typing skills, knowledge of Microsoft, excel, and powerpoint. Also need to be dependable, courteous, and polite. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. See Twyla Kruger for a letter of eligibility.

HUMANE SOCIETY OFFICE ASSISTANT

The Blue Mountain Humane Society is looking for an office assistant. Will be needed to do office work such as entering data, filing, copying, and answering phones. It is preferred to have a student that is able to use FrontPage software as well as database and word processing software. Other office duties will be assigned as needed. Will need to have transportation to the worksite and have an affinity for animals. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. See Twyla Kruger for a letter of eligibility.

INFECTION CONTROL DATA CLERK

Walla Walla General Hospital is in need of an infection control data clerk to be collecting hygiene data. Duties include entering data into the computer, assisting infection control RN with various day to day IC tasks, and possibly being involved with flu season preparations. Must have strong communication and writing skills, computer knowledge, self-motivation, and be willing to interact with staff and patients. Being bilingual is a benefit. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. See Twyla Kruger for a letter of eligibility.

PHYSICAL THERAPY/REHAB AIDE

Walla Walla General Hospital is in need of a rehab aide. Duties would include helping with the front office and working with the therapists as they provide rehab services. Computer and customer service skills are essential. Applicant must be friendly, organized, and self-motivated. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Twyla Kruger for a letter of eligibility.

SERVER TECH

Vivio Technologies is looking for a server tech to build and administrate Windows and Linux servers. Needs to know basic computer skills. Pay starts at $10/hr. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Twyla Kruger to get a letter of eligibility.


Off-Campus Washington State Work-Study Next School Year

AFTER SCHOOL CAMP ASSISTANT

Camp Fire USA Walla Walla Council is looking for after school camp counselors, which will be under the supervision of the site director, to help provide quality care for elementary students of mixed grades. Duties include shack set up, games, homework, interaction and encouragement with students. Following procedures and being reliable and responsible 2:30-5:30 on regular school days. To be able to apply you have to have experience working with kids. Must be positive, encouraging and fun. Be able to get CPR, First Aid, and food handler’s cards. APPLICANTS MUST BE WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENTS. Schedule an appointment to see Twyla Kruger for a letter of eligibility.

BILINGUAL AIDE

Sager school is looking for two bilingual teacher's aides to help in the classroom with tutoring, correcting papers, playground supervision, etc. Also translating verbal and written Spanish between students, parents, and staff. Must be a high school graduate and speak, read, and write Spanish and English fluently and effectively. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Twyla Kruger to get a letter of eligibility.

HEALTH ROOM ASSISTANT

Davis school is looking for a health room assistant. Student would help with the following: first aid, monitor health room, oral medication administration, health data recording/input, both manual and electronic, immunization compliance, health screenings and clerical duties. Will be trained and supervised by the local school nurse. Must be a high school graduate and be enrolled in or taking prerequisites for nursing. Must have or be willing to obtain CPR/First Aid Certification. Must like children and be able to multi-task. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Twyla Kruger to get a letter of eligibility.

HEALTH ROOM ASSISTANT

Sager school is looking for a health room assistant. Student would help with the following: first aid, monitor health room, oral medication administration, health data recording/input, both manual and electronic, immunization compliance, health screenings and clerical duties. Will be trained and supervised by the local school nurse. Must be a high school graduate and be enrolled in or taking prerequisites for nursing. Must have or be willing to obtain CPR/First Aid Certification. Must like children and be able to multi-task. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Twyla Kruger to get a letter of eligibility.

TEACHER'S AIDE

Davis School has positions available for Teacher's Aide. Duties include assisting teachers in the classroom, tutoring, correcting papers, making copies, organizing classrooms, and other duties as assigned. Helping with physical education, music activities, and supervising students on the playground are also included. Job offers 4-15 hours per week between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. Bilingual would be helpful. All applicants must have a high school diploma. APPLICANT MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT. Prepare to take a copy of your class schedule when applying. If interested, see Twyla Kruger for a Letter of Eligibility.

TEACHER'S AIDE

Sager school has teacher's aide positions open. Duties include assisting teachers in the classroom, tutoring, correcting papers, making copies and organizing classrooms; helping with physical education and musical activities; watching students on the playground. Must be a high school graduate. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Twyla Kruger to get a letter of eligibility.


Off-Campus Full-Time

The following positions are listed as a service for student spouses and graduating seniors seeking full-time employment. Seniors and Graduates may contact the Career Center for additional assistance. Because WWU is not the employer for off-campus jobs, we cannot be responsible for the placement or terms and conditions of off-campus employment. You may view the full disclaimer by clicking on the link below.

ADVENTIST-LAYMEN'S SERVICES & INDUSTRIES

Adventist-laymen's Services & Industries (ASI) has new positions available for graduating seniors. If interested, visit: http://www.asiministries.org/member-events-announcements.

BENTON COUNTY

Benton County has several positions available. For more information or to apply, please visit www.co.benton.wa.us.

CASE MANAGER - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

DESC's Crisis Solutions Center (CSC) is currenlty recruiting for Behavioral Health Case Managers to join the Crisis Deversion Facility (CDF) team. Behavioral Health Case Managers assist in creating and implementing client centered, detailed disposition plans; facilitate group and individual counseling; work with other clinical staff to ensure services are fully integrated with mental health, chemical dependency, and primary care; develop and maintain a comprehensive list of community resources; provide transportation for clients as necessary; participate in staff meetings and training and maintain a safe and clean environment. This is a 24/7 residential treatment facility. The CSC consists of three teams working in close collaboration: The Mobile Crisis Team (MCT), the 16-bed Crisis Diversion Facility (CDF), and the Crisis Diversion Interim Services (CDIS). Requirements: Current Washington Department of Health minimum credential as an Agency Affiliated Counselor in good standing; Bachelor's degree in a relevant social or behavioral science, is highly preferred; experience and/or interest in working with individuals disabled by mental illnesses and/or substance abuse who are experiencing crisis and are difficult to engage and maintain in traditional metnal health programs; must have a valid Washington state driver's license and insurable driving record; bilingual in Spanish/English is preferred. See previous ads for benefits and how to apply. Application deadline is 09/27/2014.

CASE MANAGER - CRISIS RESPITE PROGRAM

DESC Is currently recruiting for a Case Manager to join their Crisis Respite Program (CRP). DESC is working in partnership with Harborview Medical Center, King County Mental Health Court, and hospitals across the country, the Crisis Respite Program is a vital buffer between psychiatric emergency care and life back o nthe streets. The CRP case manager is a member of a multy-disciplinary team responsible for providing ongoing assessment, crisis stabilization, engagement, and short-term case management services to homeless and mentally ill adults. This position will work closely with other CRP clinicians, HOST project staff and Shelter staff. Services are provided at DESC facilities and in the community. For job requirements look at the Case Manager/Therapist job requirements. All DESC regular positions include paid medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance, 403b retirement benefits, and excellent time off benefits. New employees have the potential of accruing up to 6.8 weeks of paid time off in the first year of employment. How to apply: see Case Manager/Therapist ad for details. Application deadline is 09/26/2014.

CASE MANAGER/BEHAVIOR HEALTH NIGHT SHIFT

DESC's Crisis Solutions Center is currently recruiting for Behavior Health Case Manager to join the Crisis Diversion Facility (CDF) team on the night shift (11 pm - 7:30 am). Behavioral Health Case Managers assist in creating and implementing client centered, detailed disposition plans; facilitate group and individual counseling; work with other clinical staff to ensure services are fully integrated with mental health, chemical dependency, and primary care; develop and maintain a comprehensive list of community resources; provide transportation for clients as necessary; participate in staff meetings and training; and maintain a safe and clean environment. This is a 24/7 residential treatment facility. The CSC consists of three teams working in close collaboration: The Mobile Crisis Team (MCT), the Crisis Diversion Facility (CDF), and the Crisis Diversion Interim Services (CDIS). Job requirements: Current Washington Department of Health minimum credential as an Agency Affiliated Counselor in good standing; Bachelor's degree in a relevant social or behavioral science, is highly preferred; Experience/interest working with clients who are difficult to engage and maintain in traditional mental health programs; Valid Washington State driver's license and insurable driving record; Bilingual in Spanish/English is preferred. Go to www.desc.org/joinourteam/ for a detailed job description and salary information, Benefits: All DESC regular positions include paid medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, and excellent time off benefits. New employees have the potential of accruing up to 6.8 weeks of paid time off in the first year of employment. Please submit a cover letter detailing your reasons for applying for this position, along with a resume, to hr@desc.org. Email attachments will not be accepted unless they are in a format readable by MS Word or Adobe Reader. Attachments in formats such as .wps or .jpeg will not be accepted. You may also mail your cover letter and resume to: DESC, ATTN: Human Resources, 515 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104. DESC is a equal opportunity employer. Application deadline is 9/29/2014.

CASE MANAGER/THERAPIST

Downtown Emergency Services Center is currently recruiting for Clinical Case Managers to join the SAGE (Support, Advocacy, Growth & Employment) team. This is DESC's comprehensive outpatient mental health program. The SAGE Case Manager is a member of multi-disciplinary team responsible for providing long-term case management services to adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses. This job requires relevant Bachelor's or Master's degree in social work, psychology, or other behavioral science; experience delivering mental health and case management services to a chronically homeless or severely mentally ill adult, and those with chemical dependency/co-occurring disorders, in a community setting; experience and/or interest in working with consumers who are difficult to engage and maintain n traditional mental health programs; knowledge of Recovery focused, strengths based work in mental health; knowledge of harm reduction strategies. If interested, please submit cover letter, detailing your reasons for applying for this position, along with a resume to hr@desc.org. Email attachments will not be accepted unless they are in a format readable by MS Word or Adobe Reader. You can also mail your cover letter and resume to: DESC, ATTN: Human Resources, 515 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104 or fax to (206)-515-1501. Application deadline is 09/25/2014.

CLINICAL SUPPORT SPECIALIST

DESC is currently recruiting for a Clinical Support Specialist for Union Hotel. The Union Hotel Clinical Support Specialist is responsible for the coordination of treatment/ / service planning efforts for all residents of the special program on the 4th floor of the project providing an abstinence-expected environment. Work will be done in conjunction with other project staff and case managers from DESC and outside provider organizations. Job requirements are: relevant Bachelor's degree in a social or behavioral science required; MSW or other relevant Master's degree preferred; Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) per RCW 18.205 preferred; ability to obtain Washington State agency affiliated counselor registration or equivalent credential (such as CDPT) is required. Clinical experience working with relevant populations including homeless, formerly homeless, economically disadvantaged adults disabled by mental illness or substance abuse. Basic understanding of homelessness and various characteristics of homeless adult population including knowledge of local homeless, mental health, and chemical dependency service systems. Detailed job announcements and salary ranges for each position are available at http://www.desc.org/jobs.html. See other DESC ads for benefits and how to apply. Application deadline is 09/28/2014

CNA'S, LPN'S, AND RN'S

Adventist Health Personal Care is looking for CNA's, RN's, and LPN's to provide home based care. Duties depend on certification or licensure. Days and hours per week will be flexible. Pay for CNA position is $10.56-$12.86, LPN - $14.21-$17.29, and RN - $22.85-$27.85 per hour. If interested, please contact Dana at 525-3825 or stop by office between 8-5 M-Th and 8-3 F at 830 S 2nd Ave, Walla Walla, WA 99362.

KITSAP MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

Kitsap Mental Health Services has various job opportunities available. For a full list of positions and to apply, please visit the website www.kitsapmentalhealth.org.

LMSW THERAPIST

Lemhi Valley Social Services is looking for a full time or part time Outpatient Therapist. Must be a LMSW, LCSW or LCPC. Will be working with children and adults with metal illnesses. Wage is $25.00-30.00 and hour depending on experience. You may set your own schedule, Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm. Basic Computer skills are required. If interested contact Annie at (208)-756-2927.

MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

The Dowtown Emergency Services Center's Crisis Solutions Center is currently recruiting for Mental Health Professions/Case Managers for swing and night shifts. See website for specific information.This position is in Seattle, WA. The MHP will join a multi-disciplinary team of mental health, chemical dependency, and social work professionals providing rapid stabilization, treatment, and referrals for individuals in crisis. It is a 24/7 residential treatment facility. The Mental Health Profession/ Case Manager is responsible for providing comprehensive psychosocial assessments; coordinating and problem solving with first responders and other referents; creating and developing detailed recovering oriented disposition plans and linking clients with appropriate community resources. The CSC consists of three teams working in close collaboration: The Mobile Crisis Team, the Crisis Diversion Facility, and the Crisis Diversion Interim Services. Current Washington Department of Health Minimum Credential as an Agency Affiliated Counselor in good standing. Meet minimum criteria as a Mental Health Professional as defined in RCW 71.05, WAC 388-865-0400 which typically requires Master's degree in a social work, psychology, or other relevant behavioral science or Bachelor of Nursing degree with specialty in mental health. Should have experience and skills in working with mental ill individuals who are difficult to engage and may resist services. Should be familiar with Recovery Principles, Crisis Intervention and Stabilization, Integrated Treatment of Co-occurring disorders, Intensive Case Management, Illness Management, and relevant Evidenced based/Emerging best practices. Knowledge of Harm Reduction strategies, strong working knowledge of DSM IV (and its successor), A valid driver's license and insurable driving record, and bilingual in Spanish/English would be preferred. If interested, please submit a cover letter detailing your reasons for applying for this position, along with a resume, to hr@desc.org. Email attachments will not be accepted unless they are in a format readable by MS Word or Adobe Reader. Attachments in formats such as .wps or .jpeg will not be accepted. You may also mail your cover letter and resume to: DESC, ATTN: Human Resources, 515 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104, or fax to (206) 515-1501. DESC is an equal opportunity employer.

SOFTWARE DEVELOPER

Cayuse Technologies is looking for a Software Developer. Developers develop programs according to the standards and the methodology established by Cayuse Technologies and its clients; supports the management of requirements; maintains and repairs applications to keep the preforming in accordance with technical and functional specifications. Must be proficient in Java, JSP, J2EE, JavaScript, C++, C#,ColdFusion, SQL, MySCL, Oracle, HTML, XML, COBOL, DB2, IMS, Unix, shell scripting. Additional Languages encouraged. Required qualifications: High School diploma or GED (technical degree preferred); experience/education in Software Development; must be dynamic, competitive, energetic, quick learner. Needs to be a team player, dependable, punctual, accountable, flexible with shifts/scheduling. Should have excellent organization, interpersonal, written and verbal skills. Benefits: Full Coverage Healthcare, Dental, vision, and prescriptions; paid time off,; 9 holidays per year; 401K after 1 year of service; tuition reimbursement; local discounts. If interested, fill out an application at www.cayusetechnologies.com. Need to include resume and cover letter. If you have questions, please email HumanResources-Recruiting@cayusetechnologies.com.

TRAINING AND IMPLEMENTATION SPECIALIST

The North American Division (NAD) Treasury Department is looking for a Training and Implementation Specialist who will be responsible for the coordination of implementation and training of designated employees within the NAD, implementation of the Adventist Accounting Software International (AASI) and the Adventist Payroll Program (APS), and provide first-tier support for all Unions in NAD. Requires Bachelor's (BA/BS) in Accounting or Business. Experience in computer-related field preferred. Graduate degree is a plus. Knowledge of AASI and APS software preferred. Minimum of 3-4 years relevant successful experience is required to fulfill essential job functions. Work is varied and performed within a team context with limited supervision. Must be able to work independently. Salary range is 63-74 K per year, very robust benefits package. If interested, please email your resume to johanna.prestol@nad.adventist.org.


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