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Job Scene hosts great positions meant for students looking for part-time work, internships, and many more opportunities. 

Job Scene is updated Monday through Friday. If you need assistance in finding employment, stop by the Student Employment Office, CTC 307, and talk to Heidi Lindstrom.

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On-Campus

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


SUMMER//2020


STUDENT TECHNICIAN – PROGRAMMING

Information Technology is looking for applicants interested in assisting with building computer images, packages, and other projects. Qualified applicants will be working towards a Computer Science or Information Systems degree or will have experience writing scripts/programs/code, specifically within Windows. Remote work friendly! If interested please send a personal resume, in addition to your student employment application, to sam.cummings@wallawalla.edu.


CLEANING CREW MEMBERS

Walla Walla University Rental Properties are looking to hire people to work on the cleaning crew. This job involves cleaning houses and apartments that are owned by the University. If you are interested or have any questions contact Tony at tony.beard@wallawalla.edu.


CUSTODIAL

Make friends and listen to your favorite play list while you perform general cleaning duties on our lovely campus. Custodians work 2 hours a day, 5 or 6 days a week when classes are in session.  Make bank and work full time when classes are not in session.   Submit Online Student Employment Application.  Then, contact Student Employment and request application to be sent to the Custodial Department.  Feel free to schedule an interview by emailing custodial@wallawalla.edu or calling (509) 527-2162.


FLOOR CREW MEMBER

Responsible for performing major carpet and hard surface floor cleaning in campus buildings.  Duties include polish, remove & re-coat tile floors or extraction cleaning for carpets. Summer employment is FULL-TIME EVENING SHIFTS 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.  Part time hours when classes are in session.  Submit Online Student Employment Application ATTN: Custodial Department.


IRRIGATION TECHNICIAN

Looking for someone who enjoys solving problems and wants to learn valuable skills in maintaining irrigation equipment. Duties include, replacing broken sprinklers, and many other tasks related to irrigation. Must be able to be on the Universities approved drivers list and be available to work on campus during summer. Pay starts at $13.50 per hour, with possibilities for increase. 10-20 hours per week during the school year and 40 hours per week during the summer, hours are flexible with your schedule. Due to the nature of this position, individuals who are willing to stick it out for the long haul can and will be well compensated.


LAWN MOWING

Duties include, keeping campus lawns mowed and looking tidy. Position requires operating riding and push mowers, starting trimmers, and a variety of other equipment. Some prior experience helpful but not required. Must be able to be on the Universities approved drivers list and be available to work on campus during summer. If interested have your student employment application sent to grounds@wallawalla.edu and follow up with an email.


MAINTENANCE WORKERS

Walla Walla University Rental Properties are looking to hire maintenance workers to work on apartments and houses that are owned by the University. If you are interested or have any questions contact Tony at tony.beard@wallawalla.edu.


PLANT AND FLOWER CARE WORKER

Duties include weeding, trimming, planting, and many other tasks that aid in the upkeep of campus grounds. May operate small equipment and use many small hand tools. Summer availability preferred, but not required. 10-20 hours per week during the school year. Up to 40 hours per week during the summer. No experience necessary.


PLUMBING SHOP WORKER

Facility Services is looking to hire a student to work the rest of the summer and into next school year at the Plumbing Shop. Someone with a little experience is preferred, but the department is also willing to train people in. If you are interested or have any questions, feel free to contact Ron at, ron.wentland@wallawalla.edu or call (509) 527-2984.


 

FALL//2020

 


ADVERTISING AND SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER

ASWWU is looking to hire an individual responsible for getting advertisements from businesses for the collegian and promoting awareness of the Collegian and its publications on social media. If you are interested or would like more information, go to https://aswwu.com/jobs/submit/41.


ANNUAL GIVING ASSISTANT

Alumni and Advancement Services is looking for an Annual Giving Assistant. Duties would be to: facilitate positive communication between the university and its supporters, call alumni and friends of the university to build rapport and solicit financial donations to the university, and provide other general office support as directed. Requirements would be: participate in a variety of campus activities, speak confidently and enthusiastically about the university's programs and events, and organize data. Must be dependable, have strong attention to detail, and great organizational skills. Position would be Monday - Thursday, roughly 12 hrs/week. After you complete the online Student Employment Application, please send your resume and at least one reference contact information to Lauren Prusia at lauren.prusia@wallawalla.edu, or call (509) 527-2635 for more information.


COPY EDITOR

The Collegian is looking to hire several individuals who can edit and correct articles in order to be technically and stylistically correct. The responsibilities include: reading, editing, correcting articles, and suggesting changes to the writers. If you are interested or would like more information, go to https://aswwu.com/jobs/submit/35.


CUSTODIAL

Make friends and listen to your favorite play list while you perform general cleaning duties on our lovely campus. Custodians work 2 hours a day, 5 or 6 days a week when classes are in session. Make bank and work full time when classes are not in session. Submit Online Student Employment Application. Then, contact Student Employment and request application to be sent to the Custodial Department. Feel free to schedule an interview by emailing custodial@wallawalla.edu or calling (509) 527-2162.


DIRECTOR (UVIEW)

The Department of Communication and Languages is looking for an individual with some experience and/or knowledge about directing a live-style show, who will direct weekly segments. Duties include making sure camera operators are setting up shots correctly, working with the technical director to ‘live’ edit the show, and making sure the segments are in a place to be accessed by the show editor. Those who have little, to no experience who are interested in learning and have a take-charge attitude are still welcome to apply. You can apply by emailing Auri.Yates@wallawalla.edu.


DISTRIBUTOR

ASWWU is looking to hire an individual who disperses The Collegian around campus and the community. If you are interested or would like more information go to https://aswwu.com/jobs/submit/42


FEATURE WRITER

ASWWU is looking to hire an individual who produces high-quality, feature articles. The responsibilities include: attending quarterly meetings for pre-planning features, working with layout editors to establish a consistent style for pages, and clear any variations to the changes with Copy Editors. If you are interested or would like more information, go to https://aswwu.com/jobs/submit/32.


FILMMAKER

ASWWU is looking to hire several individuals that have a passion for filmmaking and a desire to learn. The responsibilities include: contributing to every aspect of the filmmaking process, pre-production (scripting/story-boarding), production (directing/filming), and post-production (editing). If you are interested or would like more information please go to https://aswwu.com/jobs/submit/27.


GRAPHIC DESIGNER

ASWWU is looking to hire several individuals to design materials that create a consistent look and feel for events and other projects. The responsibilities include: making posters and flyers, designing websites, T-shirts, and other apparel, and working with Pictor Graphics and apparel companies. If you are interested or would like more information go to https://aswwu.com/jobs/submit/17.


HOST (UVIEW)

The Department of Communication and Languages is looking for (four) individuals who will be on camera interviewers. Duties include working with the host and scheduling producer to communicate with guests, create questions and content for the show with the quarterly theme in mind, and interview guests on camera on a set. We are looking for individuals who are not shy of the camera, and who can continue being themselves even in front of the camera. You can apply by emailing Auri.Yates@wallawalla.edu.


INSTRUCTIONAL READER

WWU Library is looking for a student to work with instruction, social media, and web resources. This student will be interested in supporting excellence in thought on the Walla Walla University campus. Instructional readers will assist with grading during the school year, will help to write and create instructional and web resources including social media posts. Applicants must have successfully completed ENGL223. Applicants should be reliable, responsible, detail-oriented, and able to work independently with minimal supervision. Excellent communication skills are necessary. The Applicant will be comfortable working with web applications, word processing, and social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram). Prior experience in Library Public Services, familiarity with design, and/or familiarity with library search tools preferred. Interested individuals should apply through student employment, and may send a resume and cover letter to Christy.Scott@wallawalla.edu.  


JUSTICE

ASWWU is looking for someone to provide balance for the executive and legislative branches of the ASWWU. The responsibilities include: being aware of ASWWU's activities, maintaining contact with the Parliamentarian, and attend Supreme Court meetings when called on. If you are interested, apply online at https://aswwu.com/jobs/submit/8.


LAYOUT DESIGNERS

The Collegian is wanting to hire several individuals responsible for the layout and design for The Collegian. Graphic design majors are preferred. Students can apply at www.aswwu.com/jobs/. If you have any questions email Andrews.ferreira@wallawalla.edu.


MAINTENANCE WORKER

Carpentry shop is looking for students who enjoy hands-on work involving repair and maintenance. Background in maintenance preferred but not required. Expected work schedule would include a 3-hour minimum per day and a 9-hour commitment per week. Carpentry maintenance work is varied and done all over campus. It is an opportunity where you can see the variety of activities that go on throughout all buildings and departments. If interested, please have your online Student Employment Application sent to the Carpentry department. Still unsure? Feel free to email any questions or concerns to merle.rittenbach@wallawalla.edu and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 


MARKETING ASSISTANT

ASWWU is looking to hire an individual who ensures the campus is informed through various mediums as well as pursing new and creative marketing efforts. The responsibilities include: weekly emails, social media posts, putting up osters, texting, making sign-up forms, keeping the ASWWU calendar and ASWWU.com updated, being in charge of tangible marketing efforts, and communicating with departments within ASWWU. If you are interested or would like more information, go to https://aswwu.com/jobs/submit/16.


MEDIA DISTRIBUTOR

ASWWU is looking to hire an individual responsible for distributing ASWWU marketing materials. This includes posting posters and flyers in various buildings around campus. If you are interested or would like more information, go to https://aswwu.com/jobs/submit/56.


PEER TUTORS

The Student Development Center is accepting applications for Peer Tutors for the 2020-2021 academic year. Openings are available in multiple subjects. Qualified candidates will excel in their subject area, have strong communication and personal skills, and a desire to help others. Applicants must also be willing to attend approximately 10 hours of required orientation and training during the first week of Fall Quarter. To view the complete Peer Tutor job description, as well as the minimum qualifications for tutoring in a specific subject, please view our website www.wallawalla.edu/sdc-team.


PRODUCER (UVIEW) - FLOOR AND ON SET MANAGER

The Department of Communication and Languages is looking for an individual to lead the student-led interview show called “UView.” Duties include creating a theme and goal for the show each quarter, scheduling, managing a crew, organizing meetings, and working with the other producer of the show. We are looking for someone who has a strong work ethic, knows how to work with others, can lead a team, and is organized. You do not need experience; you just need to be driven and willing to work hard. You can apply by emailing Auri.Yates@wallawalla.edu.


PRODUCTIONS HEAD

ASWWU is looking to hire an individual who oversees and runs the operations of ASWWU Productions and provides vision for the future development of ASWWU Productions. If you are interested or would like more information, go to https://aswwu.com/jobs/submit/77.


WEB DEVELOPER

ASWWU is looking to hire 2 individuals who can connect students by creating and maintaining web applications. The responsibilities include: improving existing ASWWU Web projects, and developing new ones as necessary, managing digital archives, and improving legacy codes. If you are interested or would like to learn more about this position, go to https://aswwu.com/jobs/submit/18.


WRITERS FOR COLLEGIAN

The Collegian is hiring individuals who produce high-quality feature, news, sports, opinion, and religion articles. Students can apply at www.aswwu.com/jobs/. If you have any questions email Andrews.ferreira@wallawalla.edu.


Off-Campus Federal Work-Study

The following jobs may only be filled by students who have a complete and actual Financial Aid File and a Federal Work-Study Award. Letters of eligibility must be obtained from Heidi Lindstrom 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.  


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 State Work-Study Award. Letters of eligibility must be obtained from Heidi Lindstrom 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.


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 Heidi Lindstrom to get 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 Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.


ENGINEERING INTERN

Assist engineering department at Columbia REA in performing electrical studies, updating electrical system models, assisting with line design projects, and assisting with work order processes. Assist operations department with electrical distribution equipment inventory verification, inspection software, and database maintenance. Provides new service information to cooperative staff and consumers in the most effective manner which will create goodwill between the cooperative and its membership. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.


FINANCIAL ANALYST – PART-TIME

SonBridge Community Center, a non-profit in College Place, regularly employs WWU students. This position applies finance and accounting knowledge in creating a multi-department budget for an $800k/year organization. Interact with skilled financial/accounting professionals. Develop skills with QuickBooks. Work approximately 8 hours per week with flexible days and times. See SonBridge.org. [For Work Study, MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY.  Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.]


HUMANE OUTREACH ASSISTANT

Blue Mountain Humane Society is transforming how pets are treated, one animal at a time. Are you the kind of person that is motivated to inspire people to be kind? Are you patient, persistent, and positively exuberant about the power of the bond people share with animals? Are you a good partner with your teammates; driven to executive team and individual commitments that impact mission? We are!!Join us in our mission to prevent cruelty and promote kindness to animals. This is a part-time position with school hours preferred from 1pm-5pm and summer schedule from 10am-2pm. The pay will be $11/hr. General clerical duties including computer work, photocopying, scanning, faxing, mailing, and filing. Must have a High School graduate or G.E.D. and have good communication skills. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.


RETAIL OPERATIONS ASSOCIATE – PART-TIME 2 AVAILABLE POSITIONS

SonBridge Community Center, a non-profit in College Place, has 2 interesting positions available.  The positions learn how to process incoming household donations and conduct operations of our Thrift&Gift store.  A passion for people and the unusual is imperative!  You’ll have the opportunity to learn prioritizing, conflict resolution, merchandising, safety compliance, and training.  Work approximately 10 hours per week with priority hours being 10 AM to 6:00 PM Monday-Thursday and 10 AM to 4 PM on Sunday.  See SonBridge.org/store. For Work Study, MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY.  Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility. 


SERVER TECH

Vivio Technologies is looking for a server tech to build and administrate Windows and Linux servers. Other duties might include General Hosting support, working on reports of abuse on our network, managing and correcting backup issues as well as many other tasks related to hosting. This position also has a flexible work schedule. The minimum qualifications needed are basic computer skills and an interest in Servers and the Internet. [For Work Study, MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.] 


TEACHER'S AIDE

Davis Elementary is looking for an Office/Teacher's Aide who will aid office staff in the office, making copies, organizing bulletin boards, answering phones, greeting parents and visitors, aid teachers in the classroom, tutoring, correcting papers, organizing classrooms, and watch students on the playground. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Please see Heidi Lindstrom for a letter of eligibility.


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.


AGRICULTURE APPRENTICE

Riley Farm is looking for someone to work as an agriculture apprentice. Work with irrigation systems, working livestock, and driving machinery. Must have valid drivers license, able to life 50 lbs and willing to work outside in all weather. Contact 1-(509) 520-3662 or 1-(509)  525-7081 to apply. 


BLUE MOUNTAIN RENTALS ASSISTANT

Blue Mountain Rentals is looking for a part-time assistant. The position summary includes clerical work like running errands, making copies, answering emails, and returning calls. If you are interested, email your resume with a cover letter to sharpl@bluemtnrentals.com. If you have any questions about this job call (509) 240-3325.


CHILDCARE

Local resident is looking for a college student to look after an 8 month old baby. The days needed are Monday and Tuesday from 12:00-5:30 p.m. and possibly Friday if the applicant is available. Help is needed ASAP. If you are interested or have any questions contact Sarah at (509) 386-8058.


CHILDCARE

A family in SE Portland is looking for a nanny. Care ranging between 1-3 children with age range of 14 months to 2.5y old. Variable hours needed. Open for part-time, full-time or live-in nanny with costs including room and board, utilities, internet, as well as costs for childcare. Infant/Child CPR certification preferred. If you are interested or have any questions please contact Rachel at rbacalt@gmail.com.


DENTAL ASSISTANT

Walla Walla Orthodontics is now looking to hire a Dental Assistant. No experience is required, they will train the right person. If you are interested, send your resume to info@w2ortho.com.


E-COMMERCE PROJECT MANAGER

Spinoza Enterprises LLC is looking for an E-Commerce Project Manager who will be responsible for generating sales on e-commerce websites by creating strategies for marketing and social media. Applicants should be a Business major and have experience with social media, E-commerce, Sales, Marketing, and Operations. If you are interested, email your resume to tj.espinoza@outlook.com or call (509) 876-4422.


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.


GENERAL LABOR

2-3 temporary workers are needed to do general labor ASAP. Applicants should be reliable and able to lift 50 lbs. Prior training is not necessary. If you are interested or have any questions call (509) 524-8500 or contact Bob at 386-6628.


HOUSEWORK

An elderly Adventist couple living in Rancho Villa Mobil Park is in need of a housekeeper to come in and help with the housekeeping on a bi-weekly schedule. There would be 2-3 hours of work each time. If you are interested or have any questions, call (509) 522-4883 and ask for Marilyn.


HOUSEWORK

Local resident is looking for someone to help with general housework and occasional outdoor work. Help is needed ASAP. If you are interested or have any questions contact Dorothy at (509) 529-3093.


HOUSEWORK

Local resident is seeking a WWU student to do general housework for approximately 5 hrs./month, preferably 2.5 hours every other week. The hours are flexible and help is needed immediately. The pay rate is $13.50 per hour. If interested contact Becky at (509) 529-3522. Please leave your name and number if there is no answer. 


HOUSEWORK

Local resident is seeking a WWU student to do general housework and yard work. The hours are flexible and help is needed immediately. If interested contact Paula (509) 876-4713 or email at murwirachildren@gmail.com. Please leave your name and number if there is no answer. 


LIBRARY& ARCHIVAL PROFESSIONAL

The Office of the Secretary of State is looking for a Library & Archival Professional. The job description involves providing library and information services to inmates in Washington’s prisons and to patients at State Hospitals. The duties involve day-to-day library operations, participating in branch library programs, and performing collection management duties. All applicants must have a Master’s degree in library science from an American Library Association accredited program and two years of professional experience in a library providing adult/young adult public services. Apply online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2656980/branch-librarian-library-archival-professional-2?keywords=librarian&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs


NAC TEAM MEMBER

The Washington Odd Fellows Senior Assisted Living Home is in need of 2 evening shift NAC team members, and 2 day shift NAC team members. Full time! If you are interested or have any questions, contact Lisa at lwhited@oddfellows.com.


RECEPTIONIST

Walla Walla Orthodontics is now hiring a receptionist. If you are interested, send your resume to info@w2ortho.com.


SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER

Spinoza Enterprises LLC is looking for a Social Media Manager. This position involves managing social media platforms of ecommerce to generate engagement, increase traffic, and to drive sales. The applicants must have majored in either Communications, Business, or Marketing. If you are interested, email your resume to tj.espinoza@outlook.com. If you have questions call, (509) 876-4422.


YARD WORK

Local resident is seeking a WWU student to do general yard work for approximately 5 hrs./month, preferably 2.5 hours every other week. The hours are flexible and help is needed immediately. The pay rate is $13.50 per hour. If interested contact Becky at (509) 529-3522. Please leave your name and number if there is no answer. 


YARD WORK

Local landlord is seeking a WWU student to mow, weed whack, and occasionally trim branches for approximately 1.5 hours every other week. The hours are flexible. If interested, contact Henk at (253) 961-5074. Please leave your name and number if there is no answer.


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.


ADVOCACY COORDINATOR

The Advocacy Coordinator supports Community Council’s mission and vision by facilitating the work of community volunteers as they advocate for positive change throughout our region, which includes Columbia and Walla Walla counties and the Milton-Freewater area. All advocacy work is grounded in the recommendations that are generated through biennial community study reports. Effective advocacy includes building positive relationships with individuals and organizations throughout the region, engaging community volunteers, and providing support and leadership to catalyze community action around identified priorities. To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and short writing sample to mcampbell@wwcommunitycouncil.org .


BOOK KEEPER

College Place Heating & Air Conditioning is looking for a fulltime bookkeeper. You will assist the office manager to maintain records of financial transactions and ensure legal requirements compliance. You will share in clerical responsibilities and assist customers. To apply, contact Krista at accounts@cpheat.com.


GENERAL LABOR

A small business in Moses Lake called M-1 Tanks is looking to hire 1-2 people for general labor work. If the applicant has mechanic skills that would be helpful, but not necessary. If you are interested or have any questions call Deni at (509) 750-9115. Their website is http://m1tanks.com/.


MATH TEACHER

The Opportunity: We live in a world where math unlocks a future of possibilities. As a Math Teacher at Mastery you will work relentlessly to foster a love of math with your students while growing and developing in your craft. From the moment they enter our buildings, young mathematicians at Mastery engage with the cutting edge, open-source Eureka Math Curriculum to develop the skills and understanding necessary to have strong mathematical fluency. Our Kindergartners through 8th Graders learn with Eureka so that, from 9th through 12th Grade, they are prepared for the rigors of higher math. From 9th through 12th Grade Mastery’s students study Algebra, Geometry, and Calculus (including options for Pre-Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Business Math, and AP Calculus) with the Agile Minds and CPM curricula. Teaching math at Mastery you will set high expectations and provide high support so that all of your students are able to succeed. You will work alongside our Specialized Services and School Culture teams. Please apply online at http://masterycharter.org/careers & reach out to us with any questions at recruitment@masterycharter.org !


MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL (INTERN) IN MONTANA

The Mental Health Professional for the WATCh is responsible for providing overall therapeutic, psychological programming for offenders at WATCh. A Master’s Degree in Social Work or a Master’s Degree in Psychology/Counseling is required as well as five (5) years of experience in a Social Services Counseling Position, a Case-Management Position, or a Correctional Program Administration Position. Applicants should have a current Montana State Licensure as a LSW or LCPC. The salary range is $25-$30 per hour. If you are interested or would like to apply please contact Pat Prendergast at (406) 496-1178 or pprendergast@cccscorp.com.


NAC TEAM MEMBERS

The Washington Odd Fellows Senior Assisted Living Home is in need of 2 evening shift NAC team members, and 2 day shift NAC team members. Full time! If you are interested or have any questions, contact Lisa at lwhited@oddfellows.com.


SPECTRUM JR. SYSTEM ANALYST

Spectrum Technologies is an IT and Business Consulting firm specializing in the niche area of Sales Performance Management (SPM). With clients across the United States, and deep experience with all major SPM software tools, we are always looking for bright individuals willing to come onboard and learn our specialized skills while gaining valuable work experience in the field of Sales Performance Management. We are currently looking for recent college graduates (undergrad and post-graduate) with a degree in Engineering or Finance who either reside in the Seattle area or are willing to relocate to the Seattle area, for an opportunity to join a fast-growing consulting firm and learn the skills required to be a successful contributor in the field of Sales Performance Management. Spectrum is an E-Verify employer and open to hiring candidates on OPT/CPT. Are you looking for a foot in the door? Are you open to mentorship in a fast-growing field and willing to learn from the best in the field? Then this opportunity will be of interest to you! Recently acquired BS or MS in Engineering (any field) or Finance. Willingness to reside in the Seattle area.  Some prior work experience a plus, but not required. Analytical mindset and problem-solving skills. Enthusiastic and motivated to being taught new skill.  Hard-working and sincere. Please send resumes to jobs@spectrumtek.com


SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERANS OUTREACH SPECIALIST WALLA WALLA, WA

The Outreach Specialist will conduct street outreach to locate eligible veteran households for Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF), who would otherwise be difficult to locate or serve. The Outreach Specialist will screen for program eligibility and record information to place the Veteran on the Veteran by Name List. The Outreach Specialist will build and maintain relationships and partnerships with other social service organizations and outreach workers in the service areas. This position is based out of Walla Walla WA and will require a significant degree of autonomy, as well as the ability to work with a team. The salary starts at $20.45. For more information about this position and to apply go to https://bmacww.org/aboutus/employment.


SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERANS OUTREACH SPECIALIST YAKIMA, WA

The Outreach Specialist will conduct street outreach to locate eligible veteran households for Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF), who would otherwise be difficult to locate or serve. The Outreach Specialist will screen for program eligibility and record information to place the Veteran on the Veteran by Name List. The Outreach Specialist will build and maintain relationships and partnerships with other social service organizations and outreach workers in the service areas. This position is based out of Yakima WA, and will require a significant degree of autonomy, as well as the ability to work with a team. The salary starts at $20.45. For more information about this position and to apply go to https://bmacww.org/aboutus/employment.


SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERANS PROGRAM SUPPORT SPECIALIST

The SSVF Program Support Specialist provides direct SSVF program support and acts as a liaison with HUD-VASH. The Program Support Specialist works with community stakeholders towards achieving and/or sustaining “functional zero” a well-coordinated and efficient community system that assures homelessness is rare, brief and non-recurring and no Veteran is forced to live on the street. The salary starts at $21.88. For more information about this position and to apply go to https://bmacww.org/aboutus/employment.


TEACHER IN GUAM

Nestled on nineteen acres in the green hills of southern Guam, Guam Adventist Academy is a fully accredited K-12 day school operated by the Guam Micronesia Mission of Seventh-Day Adventists under the North American Division. A small school of 80 students, we are focused on growing and are seeking qualified faculty and staff who have energy, a learner’s spirit, are adaptable, respectful of cultures, and who thrive on diversity. Guam is U.S. soil and a great jumping-off point for vacation trips to Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the islands of Micronesia. There are opportunities year-round for diving, snorkeling, and long walks on beaches with spectacular island sunsets. The language is English and Chamorro, and the culture is a combination of small-town, rural, and suburban living. On this predominantly Catholic island of 165,000 residents, there are eight SDA churches and companies, a church-owned medical and dental clinic, an SDA radio station, and our SDA school. Guam is also headquarters to AWR Asia, which beams the gospel through radio waves into unreachable mountain regions, valleys, and jungles, as well as into cities and villages all across Asia from the Philippines deep into the heart of China. Please contact us if you’re interested in service in an island setting and in an adventure. Looking for 1st -2nd grade teacher/ Required: BA in Elementary Education or related field/Preferred: 1) Denomination or local teacher certification; 2) some years of teaching. Another full-time middle-high school faculty to teach/fill some combination of the following areas:  Bible teacher/chaplain, part-time facilities maintenance, computers, or athletic director/Required: BA in one of the areas for teaching plus a degree or experience in one of the other areas/ Preferred: 1) Denomination or local teacher certification; 2) some years of teaching. Please submit your resume and references to Guam Adventist Academy through one of the following channels:1)   e-mail to:  Personnel Committee at eflores@gaasda.org.2)   or, mailed to: Personnel Committee; 1200 Aguilar Rd, Yona, Guam 96915. If you have any questions please contact Dr. Evelyn Flores (Personnel Committee) at 671-777-8254 or Principal Gary Wilson at 671-789-1515 or 671-689-4044.


Internships

The following positions are listed as internship opportunities for students and graduating seniors needing experience. Seniors and Graduates may contact the Career Center for additional assistance. Because WWU is not the employed for off-campus jobs we cannot be responsible for the placement or terms and conditions of off-campus employment.


MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL (INTERN) IN MONTANA

The Mental Health Professional for the WATCh is responsible for providing overall therapeutic, psychological programming for offenders at WATCh. A Master’s Degree in Social Work or a Master’s Degree in Psychology/Counseling is required as well as five (5) years of experience in a Social Services Counseling Position, a Case-Management Position, or a Correctional Program Administration Position. Applicants should have a current Montana State Licensure as a LSW or LCPC. The salary range is $25-$30 per hour. If you are interested or would like to apply please contact Pat Prendergast at (406) 496-1178 or pprendergast@cccscorp.com.


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