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Fall //2022


ACCOUNTING

The Accounting Department has an available position beginning September 2022. Applicants should be detailed, self-motivated, accurate, have basic accounting skills, good communication skills, and Excel expertise. This position involves a high volume of work. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to approving and processing invoices for payment and working with credit card statements (searching for proper documentation, checking receipts for appropriate sales tax, and entering data into Excel spreadsheets). Communication with staff and faculty via email and phone should be expected. The department would like a two-year commitment and/or including work Summer of 2023. If you’re interested in this position have your Student Employment Application sent to Esther Coyle at esther.coyle@wallawalla.edu.


AMERICA READS & COUNTS ON-LINE TUTORING

Walla Walla University partners with the local College Place Public Schools to offer literacy and math tutoring to elementary school students. WWU is the employer. Students hired should plan to commit to the program for the rest of the school year. This will be ONLINE TUTORING ONLY. Prior tutoring experience is not required. Applicants must possess good reading, writing and math skills. Other qualifications include patience, flexibility, and a good sense of humor. Priority will be given to education related majors. Interested students should complete the America Reads Application. MUST BE ELIGIBLE FOR FEDERAL WORK STUDY to apply. 


ARCHIVES / LIBRARY COLLECTION WORKER

The Collection Management department of the library is seeking an individual with strong organizational skills. A great candidate would love to help organize and preserve WWU history by filing and scanning WWU documents in the archives. Having a good knowledge of Excel and pdf/Adobe is very helpful. The worker would also help process library materials to make them ready for patron use. This would include a lot of computer work, along with hands on book work like repairing damaged books. They are a background-work atmosphere where working with patrons is rare, but you would be working closely with up to eight coworkers. Hours: 10-15 a week during the school year, up to 40 during summer (optional). No evenings or weekends, and holidays times are your choice. Candidates would need to commit to working for at least two school years. If you love to organize and have good computer skills, send your WWU application and a resume to Brooke.Davey@wallawalla.edu.


CUSTODIAL CREW MEMBER

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. Complete an 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.


AFTER SCHOOL TUTOR

The Ignite after-school program at Davis elementary school needs some tutors to help run their after-school program. This job is well suited to anyone who is interested in working in the education field, as tutors will gain experience working in a public-school setting. It is also good for anyone who is unsure if they would like to work with children or not. It's a great way to test the waters! Furthermore, Davis is a short walk from campus, so anyone who is hampered by a lack of transportation won't have any issues. The hours would run from 2:30 - 5:30pm Monday through Thursday, though our tutors trade shifts and work 2 or 3 days per week. The pay is hourly, and set at the WA State minimum wage of $14.49/hour. If you’re interested in the position contact Nicholas Walsh via phone or email at (509) 525-5110 or nwalsh@cpps.org. Or apply online at https://cpps.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=6693


ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF WALLA WALLA UNIVERSITY JOBS 22-23

Associated Students of Walla Walla University has many open positions for next school year. If you are interested in seeing what jobs are available, go to https://aswwu.com/jobs.


BOOKSTORE ASSISTANT FOR WWU

The WWU Bookstore is looking for motivated, detail-oriented, friendly students to help in the bookstore at the beginning and ending of each quarter. Currently looking for students that can work between September 12 and October 4. Please apply here.


CAMPUS SOUND TECHNICIAN

Campus Sound would like to hire a Sound Technician who can set up and operate audio/visual equipment. Training is available. The Campus Sound Technician needs to be customer focused, making sure every event is a delightful positive experience for the customers. Important attributes include: being capable, responsible, planning ahead, alert as to what is happening during an event, trustworthy, honest, and acting in a way that is right and kind. Applicants should have some prior experience, need to have a Driver’s License, and be on WWU Driver’s list to drive the Campus Sound van. To apply, request that your Student Employment Application be sent to Karl Thompson.


CASHIER

Sodexo is looking for a cashier to work evening and weekend shifts. The Cashier/Food Service Worker works primarily in the foodservice operation, handling transactions from Sodexo customers. In addition, they will assist in setup and serving of food from counters and steam tables. Duties will include cleaning and sanitizing equipment and workstations. As a cashier, they must accurately operate the cash register/POS and complete the transactions. This position also provides support to the retail operation- including setup, maintaining supplies and products, and assisting in cleanup and close down. These responsibilities may differ among accounts, depending on business necessities and client requirements. If you’re interested have the Student Employment Office send your application to Michael Benca at michael.benca@wallawalla.edu.


CASHIER/LINE COOK

The Express is looking to hire a Cashier/Line Cook. Shifts will require the applicant to work some nights and weekends during the quarter. This position consists of cooking, cashiering, cleaning, and other miscellaneous activities. Applicants should be able to multitask, follow instructions, work under pressure, communicate well with team members, and offer great customer service. This position offers 8-12 hours per week each quarter with the potential to continue into the summer and the starting pay is minimum wage. If you are interested or have any questions, contact Miles Rottman at miles.rottman@wallawalla.edu. If hired, applicants can start training as soon as possible. Apply and join the DX team!


CHAIR CREW

Multiple student positions are needing to be filled on the WEC/Gym Chair Crew Team for the 2022-23 school year. The Chair Crew is responsible for the setting up and taking down of events in the gym throughout the 2022-23 school year. Events such as: Welcome Back Bash, Family Weekend, athletic contests, and a variety of other events which are held in the gym. Because of the nature of this position and the irregularity of events taking place in the gym, weekly working hours may or may not vary. This will solely be dependent on days and times of events taking place in the gym. Applicants should be able to work quickly and efficiently. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Mike Jimenez at: michael.jimenez@wallawalla.edu.


CHARACTER PERFORMER

As the university mascot’s best friend, your job is to wear a costume and perform various activities for the purpose of boosting school spirit associated with the university. You will make appearances to represent the university through walking, dancing in front of a crowd, participating in games, appearing at charitable functions, and taking part in other activities as requested. Marketing and University Relations is looking to grow its pool of mascot actors for the 2022-2023 academic year and beyond. All actors must be willing to sign a confidentiality agreement and keep Wally’s identity a secret. If interested, please send an email to Jennifer at jennifer.buyco@wallawalla.edu.


CHEMISTRY LAB TEACHING ASSISTANT

The Chemistry department is looking for Chemistry Lab TA’s. Duties include, but are not limited to: working with General Chemistry students to complete weekly experiments. Applicants must have received a B or greater in General Chemistry Lab and be proactive and willing to help students with experiments. If you’re interested contact Dr. Fabian at frank.fabian@wallawalla.edu or (509) 527-2041


COMMUNITY USHER

Walla Walla University is looking for students to be ushers for CommUnity in the Fall of 2022. Students would work once a week from 10:45 AM -12:15 PM. If you are interested, contact Sharryl at sharryl.toews@wallawalla.edu.


CONTENT CREATOR

The Health & Wellness team is looking for a creative and passionate content creator to promote the services we offer and help us engage students through various mediums. This position will work collaboratively with the Dean of Health & Wellness and the rest of the Health & Wellness team to create content both print and digital to promote student wellness on campus. It is estimated to take about two hours a week, including time for designing posts and team meetings.

Please contact Morgan Buckley at student.wellness@wallawalla.edu if you are interested.


COUNSELING & TESTING CENTER ASSISTANT

The counseling and testing center is looking for a student assistant. This position will proctor exams needed by WWU students and will be asked to take certifications for testing software in order to proctor these exams. There will be more hours at the beginning of quarters due to an increase in math placement exams and in the spring for Nursing Exams. Most weeks the student assistant will work between 10-12 hours. A set schedule that can be modified with class schedules each quarter is preferred. If the assistant misses work this means that a student misses their scheduled test, so keeping to the schedule is important. There might be room for more hours if the center continues to offer Pearson Testing, this is still being decided by the department. Applicants should be honest, hard workers. If you’re interested call Stephanie Marsh at (509) 527-2147.


DRAMA COSTUME MANAGER

The Communication & Languages Department is looking for Costume Manager that will serve as an asset to wwuDrama within their productions Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Assisting individuals in need of costumes, ensuring costumes are checked out and put back properly, and maintaining organization and cleanliness in the costume room. A Students applying should have a demonstration of organizational skills. Students with sewing experience is a plus. Hours: 8-16 weekly. To apply, send your resume to matthew.webster@wallawalla.edu


DRAMA PROP MANAGER TA

The Communication & Languages Department is looking for Prop Manager that will serve as an asset to wwuDrama within their productions. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Assisting individuals in need of props, ensuring props are checked out and put back properly, and maintaining organization and cleanliness in the prop room. Students applying should have a demonstration of organizational skills. Students with construction and shop experience is a plus. Hours: 8-16 weekly. To apply, send your resume to matthew.webster@wallawalla.edu.


EQUIPMENT MANAGER TA

The Communication & Languages Department is looking for an equipment manager/TA for the Film, TV & Media Program. Responsibilities include managing all film gear/equipment, preparing and checking out gear to students, and being able to help students with basic editing questions/problems. Qualifications: a basic understanding of how to use a camera, audio equipment, lights, Adobe programs, and an iMac computer. Hours: 8-16 weekly. To apply, email your resume to matthew.webster@wallawalla.edu.


FAA TESTING SITE ADMINISTRATOR

The technology department is looking for a part time person to administer and proctor FAA exams. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to managing the scheduling of the online PSI test calendar, training new test proctors, setting up test rooms, checking in test takers using computer program, ensuring test takers meet all requirements to take test, observe test takers via camera, and assuring all check out procedures are followed. If you’re interested have your non-student employment application sent to Nelle Cornelison at nelle.cornelison@wallawalla.edu.


HELP DESK TECHNICIAN

Help Desk is looking for professional technicians who can troubleshoot basic hardware, software, and phone-related issues. You will provide support to students, staff, faculty, and alumni via email, telephone, and in person. You must communicate effectively with other team members and the campus community. Experience with Windows, OSX, and Microsoft Office Suite is highly preferred, as well as familiarity with computer hardware components and repair. This position works under the student manager to complete tasks as assigned. If you’re interested have your student employment application sent to Ethan Myers at ethan.myers@wallawalla.edu.


INTRAMURAL OFFICIAL

The Athletic Department is looking for a student to officiate intramural games in the evening throughout the school year. Experience is preferred, but not necessary. Training and equipment necessary for this position will be provided upon being hired. If you’d like to apply for this position have your student employment application sent to Brooke August at brooke.august@wallawalla.edu.


IRRIGATION TECHNICIAN

Looking for someone who enjoys solving problems and wants to learn valuable skills in maintaining irrigation equipment. Duties include, replacing broken sprinklers, fixing leaks in piping, scheduling sprinklers, and many other tasks related to irrigation. Must be able to be on WWU’s Approved Drivers List and be available to work on campus during summer. Pay starts at $14.49 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. If interested, have your Student Employment Application sent to randy.wentland@wallawalla.edu and follow up with an email.


KIDNASTICS INSTRUCTOR

The Health and Physical Education department is looking for a Kidnastics Instructor. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: working with kids 3-15 years old, teaching gymnastics skills, floor exercises, balance beam, uneven bars, vault, Tumbl Trak, and organizing class schedules for kids from provided skills charts. Applicants should have a knowledge and understanding of safety factors involved with teaching gymnastics to children and have the ability to be flexible and accommodating while working with other instructors. Applicants should enjoy working with children and maintain an upbeat and positive attitude. Hours of employment may be between 3-7 pm M-TH. If you are interested or have any questions, contact curtis.kuhlman@wallawalla.edu.


LAWN MOWING

Duties include, keeping campus lawns mowed and looking tidy. The position requires operating riding and push mowers, string trimmers, and a variety of other equipment. Some prior experience is helpful but not required. Applicants must be able to be on WWU's approved drivers list and be available to work on-campus during summer. If interested, have your Student Employment Application sent to randy.wentland@wallawalla.edu and follow up with an email.


LIBRARY STUDENT WORKER

The Public Services Department of the Peterson Memorial Library is seeking student workers to participate in circulation, reference, and collection maintenance activities of the Peterson Memorial Library. Help is needed for 10+ hours a week during all open hours of the Academic Year, including Sundays, and some campus holidays. As a Public Services Assistant, you will communicate with a diverse group of customers, including those over the phone and online; process books and other library materials; and undertake various other tasks assigned for the day. Applicants should be customer service oriented, pay strong attention to detail, have the ability to multi-task, be able to work with specialized software, and trouble-shoot computer/equipment issues. To apply, request that the Student Employment Office forward your Student Employment Application on to Renee at renee.corbett@wallawalla.edu.


LIFEGUARD

The WEC is looking for lifeguards this summer. If you’re qualified and interested contact Michael Jimenez at michael.jimenez@wallawalla.edu or (509) 527-2906.


OFFICE OF GRADUATE STUDIES STUDENT WORKER

The Graduate Studies department is looking for an office worker. Responsibilities include data entry, calling prospective students, answering the phone, scanning, filing, and other computer work. The ideal applicant will be detail oriented, efficient, self-motivated, comfortable with phone use, and capable of learning to use new computer software. Preference will be given to applicants that can work 6-7 hours per week during the school year and up to 20 hours per week during the summer. Please have your Student Employment Application sent to the Office of Graduate Studies.


PEER TUTOR

The SDC is now hiring math, science, and writing tutors to start in Fall 2022. Tutors will offer students assistance with academic skills, subjects, and courses by helping students "learn how to learn" on their own. They facilitate student learning by clarifying specific course content, modeling the use of appropriate study strategies, and assisting students in becoming independent learners. Must be on-campus, able to work a minimum of 4 hours per week, and attend all required training sessions. To see a full job description and submit an application, please visit the Peer Tutoring page at https://www.wallawalla.edu/resources/student-support-services/student-development-center/peer-tutoring/join-our-team/


PLANT AND FLOWER CARE WORKER

Campus Grounds is looking to hire someone responsible for weeding, trimming, planting, and many other tasks that aid in the upkeep of campus grounds. Applicants may operate small equipment and use many small hand tools. Being on the University Approved Driver list is preferred. Summer availability preferred but not required. Applicants can work 10-20 hours per week during the school year and up to 40 hours per week during the summer. No experience necessary. If you are interested in working at Campus Grounds, have your application for student employment sent to Randy at randy.wentland@wallawalla.edu and follow up with an email.


POSITIVE LIFE RADIO TEMPORARY WORKER

Positive Life Radio is looking for 8 friendly students to work during their Fall Fundraiser, October 11-14. The available hours are Tuesday-Thursday, 6am-6pm and Friday, 6am-10am. Responsibilities include taking pledges from listeners as they call in. Positive Life Radio says there will be plenty of food in a fun and low key work environment.


POWER PLANT TECHNICIAN

Facility Services is looking to hiring someone to help with the Maintenance Operation Support in the Power House. This position includes keeping a daily log, checking systems, sampling water, cleaning equipment, light mechanical repairs, insulating, painting, and other duties as needed. This position offers up to full-time during the summer quarter with negotiable time for other quarters. The hours can be flexible. Applicants should be able to lift 50lbs, be able to climb rigging and ladders, and have the ability to work in seasonal weather/temperature conditions. Help is needed as soon as possible. If you are interested or have any questions contact George at (509) 527-2092 or email george.bennett@wallawalla.edu.


PLUMBING SHOP STUDENT WORKER

The plumbing shop is looking for a student worker. They would prefer a student that has a little experience, but if they don’t they will be trained. Duties include, but are not limited to: replacing drinking fountain filters, replacing clogged faucet aerators, repairing steam radiators, and helping with other tasks as needed. Hours are flexible and there is potential for summer employment. If you are interested have your student employment application sent to George at George.bennett@wallawalla.edu.


RECORDING TECHNICIAN – MUSIC DEPARTMENT

The successful candidate will be part of a team who helps record and edit recitals and concerts for archiving in the library and sharing with friends and family of those performing. Audio/Visual Experience is recommended, but not required. Much of the work is independent, although be prepared to work closely with Music Department professors and campus sound workers when necessary. Hours are flexible depending on events, but usually range from 4-8 per week; there is also a potential for more hours. If you are interested, please email your application/resume to Flor.Smith@wallawalla.edu.  


RENTAL PROPERTIES

Rental Properties Cleaning Crew is currently hiring students that need work. Cleaning crew is responsible for apartments, houses, guest rooms, laundry rooms, and other village housing buildings. This position has flexible hours. If you’re interested, contact the WWU Student Employment Office to have your application forwarded to Rental Properties, and send your resume to Tony.Beard@wallawalla.edu. Also, you can call Tony at (509) 527-2897 or Gary at (509) 527-2130 for more information.


SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY STUDENT ASSISTANT

The School of Education and Psychology is looking for Student Workers for the Office Administrators starting Fall 2022 and potentially throughout the rest of the school year. This position will assist the School of Education and Psychology (SEP) Administrators. Provide quality customer service and front office support including assisting with inquiries in person, on- line and on the telephone. Assist with office duties, additional assignments, and projects from the SEP Administrators. Candidates must have the ability to interact with the public and the ability to form positive working relationships while interacting with diverse student populations, as well as faculty and staff. Candidates must be trustworthy and reliable in the handling of confidential materials. Candidates should have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Candidates must have strong critical thinking, organizational and analytical skills. Candidates should have a strong sense of task management, the ability to perform duties with general supervision and the ability to exercise discretion in judgement and decision-making. Candidates must have experience in multitasking and the ability to self-motivate. Student Assistants are current WWU students who want to support their fellow peers successfully navigate the college experience and support the SEP Office. If interested in this position, please send your resume and a letter of recommendation from a past employer, professor, etc to mishelle.castiglioni@wallawalla.edu. We will be reviewing application materials and scheduling interview in the coming weeks.


SOCIAL MEDIA AND MARKETING COORDINATOR

The Center for Humanitarian Engagement is looking for a Social Media and Marketing Coordinator for their CHE team. They are looking for a student with interest in marketing and social media strategy. The student will manage their social media pages, as well as work with their team to effectively promote events and programs on campus and in the community. The student works directly with CHE’s Graphic Designer, Videographer, and leadership. The student should expect to be available for 10-12 hours per week. Flexible work schedule available. This position is based out of the CHE office on the WWU Campus. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: developing marketing and promotional strategies, coordinating social media posts to highlight events, participating in both 1 on 1 and team meetings, and reviewing social media analytics. Applicants should: be a Junior or Senior with a minimum 3.0 GPA (Freshmen and Sophomores with experience are welcome to apply), have familiarity with social media, have experience with (or the ability to learn) website management platforms, be organized, and have the ability to work under deadlines and see projects through to the end. To apply for this position at the CHE, please send a cover letter and resume to jonathan.simons@wallawalla.edu and include “Social Media and Marketing Coordinator” in the subject line.


STATION ATTENDANT/FOOD SERVER

Sodexo is looking for a Station Attendant/ Food Server. This position assists in the food processing, handling and distribution of meal services to customers. This position performs a wide range of duties which include, but are not limited to, the following station assignments: Salad, Food, Beverage, etc. These responsibilities may differ among accounts, depending on business necessities and client requirements. If you’re interested have the Student Employment Office send your application to Michael Benca at michael.benca@wallawalla.edu.


STUDENT ANNOUNCER

Positive Life Radio has openings for Student DJ’s! They are a regional network of Contemporary Christian radio stations across the Northwest that’s based right here at Walla Walla University. Perks include free concerts, taco nights, and developing your communication skills – both personal and professional. This position offers flexible hours that include breaks and weekends. Summer availability is a huge plus. Open to all WWU students in any major.  No prior experience in media necessary- they train you! Sign up for an audition at https://bit.ly/ApplyPLR or stop by the studios in the Canaday Technology Center September 27th from 11AM – 6PM.


STUDENT OFFICE ASSISTANT

Village housing is seeking a student office assistant. The student office assistant will act as an office receptionist, assist with special projects, and keep accurate records. Good customer service and communication skills, organizational skills, computer skills (strong email, word processing, spreadsheets, and database use), and attention to detail will be necessary. Dependable help is especially needed Mondays from 9am to 1pm and Tuesday through Thursday, 1-5pm during the school year. Help is also needed during the summers (starting next summer). To apply, send your resume to dorene.hackett@wallawalla.edu and complete a “skills test” in the student employment office. Please request to have the skills test results sent to Dorene Hackett in Village Housing.


UNIVERSITY MARKETING PHOTOGRAPHER

Marketing and University Relations (MUR) is the marketing and communications entity for WWU and interacts as the interface between WWU and the wider community. MUR also assists various departments at WWU with a variety of marketing and communication needs. The role of the photographer is to support MUR’s efforts by providing quality photographs of events that take place on or off campus as assigned. Photographers are also expected to provide timely editing and uploading of photo contents to the university’s digital asset management (DAM) platform. The ideal candidate for this position is able to prioritize and balance multiple projects in a busy working environment and must be dependable to show up when needed. Working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite (specifically Photoshop and Lightroom) are preferred. Attention to detail is a must. If interested, please send an email to Chris Drake at chris.drake@wallawalla.edu. Please include a resume and portfolio of photos that you have taken.


UNIVERSITY MARKETING VIDEOGRAPHER

Marketing and University Relations (MUR) is the marketing and communications entity for WWU and interacts as the interface between WWU and the wider community. MUR also assists various departments at WWU with a variety of marketing and communication needs. The role of the videographer is to support MUR’s efforts by providing quality video footage of events that take place on or off campus as assigned. The ideal candidate for this position is able to prioritize and balance multiple projects in a busy working environment and must be dependable to show up when needed. Working video editing knowledge of the Adobe Premiere Pro is required. Attention to detail is a must. If interested, please send an email to Chris Drake at chris.drake@wallawalla.edu. Please include a resume and any samples of your work.

 

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.  


AFTER-SCHOOL CARE SUPERVISOR

Milton Stateline is looking for an after-school care supervisor. This position will supervise play in the gym/playground, create and do crafts, games, and other kid friendly activities until parents pick up their students after work. Applicants should be responsible, have the ability to transport themselves, enjoy working with kids ages 7-14, and have good communication skills. If you’re interested call Milton Stateline at 541-938-7131 to talk with Becky, Jeanne, or Crystal.


AMERICA READS & COUNTS ON-LINE TUTORING

Walla Walla University partners with the local College Place Public Schools to offer literacy and math tutoring to elementary school students. WWU is the employer. Students hired should plan to commit to the program for the rest of the school year. This will be ONLINE TUTORING ONLY. Prior tutoring experience is not required. Applicants must possess good reading, writing and math skills. Other qualifications include patience, flexibility, and a good sense of humor. Priority will be given to education related majors. Interested students should complete the America Reads Application. MUST BE ELIGIBLE FOR FEDERAL WORK STUDY to apply. 


TEACHER’S AIDE

Rogers Adventist School has several openings for the position of teacher’s aide. This position will provide WWU students with experience in the day-to-day operation of a classroom. Students will gain experience in the organizational and management skills necessary for the efficient operation of the class. The university students will aid the teachers in classroom preparation and grading which makes more time available for the teacher to give individualized attention to students in need and to give time for specific enhancement of classwork to the students who learn quickly and need a higher level of challenge and expectation. Duties include grading papers, creating bulletin boards, copying and preparing classroom materials, working with individual students, and filing/sorting educational materials. Applicants should have a high school diploma (or an equivalent) and be a University student with a major in education or related subjects. The applicant should be available to work an average of 8 hours a week from 09/27/2022 to 06/03/2023. The hourly pay is minimum wage and there will be a yearly evaluation during spring quarter. MUST BE ELIGIBLE FOR FEDERAL WORK STUDY to apply. If you’re interested and have any questions about this position you can contact Nancy Barnett at nancy.barnett@rogersschool.org or 509-529-1850, also see Heidi Lindstrom for a letter of eligibility. 


TEACHER'S AIDE 

Milton Stateline is looking for 1 teacher's aide who can assist in grading, supervising and other various tasks. There are flexible hours 4-5 days per week for 10 hours a week. MUST BE ELIGIBLE FOR FEDERAL WORK STUDY to apply. If interested, see Heidi Lindstrom for a letter of eligibility. 


TUTOR

Walla Walla Valley Academy is looking for individuals to help tutor our students needing additional support outside of class time. They are specifically looking for individuals to tutor in Math (Algebra I & Geometry), Science (Biology), and English (Writing). Ideal candidates will be able to meet with students from 3:00-4:00 p.m. or 8:00-9:00 a.m. Monday – Thursday. Please note we may be able to accommodate other times on an individual basis. MUST HAVE FEDERAL WORK STUDY ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY. Please see Heidi Lindstrom for a letter of eligibility.

 

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.


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 (PAID INTERNSHIP OR WORK STUDY)

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 $1M/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.] To apply, visit SonBridge.org, print and fill out an application and either drop it off or email it back to admin@sonbridge.org.


IT & AUDIO-VISUAL ASSOCIATE

SonBridge has an opening for a mission-minded, dedicated person with a curiosity for electronic devices. This position will pull on your passion and expertise in all thing’s computer, display, telecom, and audio. Help facilitate implementation and operations of computer and telephone systems for 20-30 users. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: implementing technology, comparing purchase alternatives, developing a project budget, and operating audiovisual technology. Work approximately 10 hours per week with flexible work hours and days. ​To apply, visit SonBridge.org, print and fill out an application and either drop it off or email it back to admin@sonbridge.org.


OFFICE/TEACHER'S AIDE

Davis Elementary is looking for an Office/Teacher's Aide who will aid office staff by making copies, organizing bulletin boards, answering phones, greeting parents and visitors, aiding teachers in the classroom, tutoring, correcting papers, organizing classrooms, and watching students on the playground. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Please see Heidi Lindstrom for a letter of eligibility. Students will also need to complete the districts application. College Work Study Student 2021-2022 DAVIS Grades K-5.


ONLINE STOREFRONT ASSOCIATE

SonBridge, a non-profit in College Place, regularly employs WWU students. This position will pull on your passion and expertise in computers, writing, photography, pricing, and web applications. Create postings on eBay, Amazon, Depop, Poshmark, and/or Etsy for unique and vintage items for SonBridge Thrift & Gift Store. Work approximately 15 hours per week with flexible work hours and days. 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.] To apply, visit SonBridge.org, print and fill out an application and either drop it off or email it back to admin@sonbridge.org.


PROGRAM ASSISTANT

This position works closely in collaboration with the Programs Director to fulfill the necessary requirements of Youth Recreation and Community Engagement. The minimum hour expectation is 12 hours a week with the potential of working up to 19 hours a week. Monday through Thursday from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. required with other hours as assigned. This position requires the ability to oversee and attend to groups of youths attending programs throughout the year. Applicants must be able to pass background checks and have or be willing to obtain First Aid and CPR training. Full job description can be requested by email to alex.engels@sonbridge.org. To apply, visit SonBridge.org, print and fill out an application and either drop it off or email it back to alex.engels@sonbridge.org.


RETAIL OPERATIONS ASSOCIATE

SonBridge, a non-profit in College Place, regularly employs WWU students. This position learns how to process incoming household donations and conduct operations in our Thrift & Gift store. A passion for people and the unusual is imperative! You’ll have the opportunity to learn prioritizing, conflict resolution, merchandising, cashiering, and safety compliance. Work approximately 10 hours per week with priority hours being 10am to 6pm Monday-Thursday and 10am to 4pm on Sunday. Capability to lift 50 lbs. is a plus. 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.] To apply, visit SonBridge.org, print and fill out an application and either drop it off or email it back to admin@sonbridge.org.


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.] 


SOCIAL MEDIA AND WRITER ASSOCIATE (WORK-STUDY OR REGULAR)

SonBridge has an opening for a dedicated person, experienced with the art of social media. This position will pull on your passion and expertise in storytelling, writing, journalism, photography, Facebook, Instagram, and web applications. Create regular postings telling of opportunities to serve as well as store promotions, special events, and people served. This position will work with staff to create 3-4 short, high-quality stories each week for web, email, print and social media publication. The stories will share the people, mission, needs and events of the organization. Work approximately 15 hours per week with flexible work hours and days. Visit SonBridge.org, print and fill out an application and either drop it off or email it back to search@sonbridge.org.


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. Being bilingual would be helpful. All applicants must have a high school diploma. APPLICANTS MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT. Prepare to take a copy of your class schedule when applying. If interested, see Heidi Lindstrom for a Letter of Eligibility. Students will also need to complete the districts application. College Work Study Student 2021-2022 DAVIS Grades K-5.

 

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 hiring an agricultural apprentice who will assist in irrigation systems, working with livestock, and driving machinery. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, be able to lift 50lbs, and be willing to work outside in all types of weather. Pay rate is $14.49. To apply, call (509) 520-3662 or (509) 525-7081.


AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN/MECHANIC

Mac’s Automotive & Radiator Repair is looking to hire all level of mechanics and technicians for all of their locations. This is for full-time work. They have locations in Portland, Beaverton, Salem, Eugene, Bend, and Boise. If you are interested or would like to apply, email your resume to teresa@macsradiator.com or teresamacsautomotive@gmail.com or call (503) 777-4706 ext 1118.


CAREGIVER

Senior Helpers of Portland/Vancouver are looking to hire a caregiver. As an In-Home Caregiver, you will work 1-on-1 with your clients in their own home! Applicants should be caring, compassionate, enjoy helping others, and have an interest in personal and professional growth. To apply, go to https://shportland.clearcareonline.com/quick-apply/.


CAREGIVER – PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANT

Private care employer located in Portland, Oregon (97212) is seeking care for herself. She’s an independent middle-aged woman living with a disability in her NE Portland condo and requires 24/7 assistance. This is not only a perfect opportunity for students to learn on the job but also a nice environment to work. No previous caregiving experience is required, just a passion to learn and help others. Extensive paid training is provided. Various Shifts Available: Mornings 8am-3pm; Evenings 5pm-9:30pm; and Nights 11pm-8am. Start and exit times can be somewhat flexible. Duties: Assistance with ADL’s, basic personal care, basic Supra pubic catheter and colostomy care, computer charting, housekeeping, meal prep, walking and feeding senior dog. Pay Rate: $23 - $30 per hour, depending on the shift and your experience; inquire about bonus opportunities. Benefits: paid training, bonus opportunities, study time for students during night shift and paid earned sick leave. Applicants should pass a background check, be fully COVID vaccinated, be comfortable with small dogs and be a non-smoker. Please send cover letter and resume to cgads22@gmail.com.


CARPENTER HELPER/LABORER

Rhoades Construction is hiring someone to help with building framing. Applicants should have knowledge of how to use a circular saw and power nailer. To apply call (509) 956-6350.


CHILDCARE

A local resident is looking for a fun, responsible, and energetic student to play with and care for four children ages 4, 6, 7, and 9. Applicants should be available one afternoon per week (1-5pm) with occasional weekend times. Applicants will occasionally be responsible for helping them complete homeschool activities. Pay rate is $15. Please email ruthjessup@gmail.com with information about yourself and your interest in helping care for active children.


CHILDCARE/TUTOR

A local resident is looking to hire a reliable and honest person to look after twin boys who are 5 years old. They may need help finishing homework. Help is needed every other week for likely 20+ hours. Applicants should have their own car and provide at least one reference (non-family member). If you are interested or would like to apply contact Nick at, (509) 386-3801 (text preferred) or email oneillnick23@yahoo.com.


CONSERVATION, REFORESTATION, & RECREATION PROJECTS - YOUTH CAMPING PROGRAMS (16-19)

Youth Camping programs combine education and job skill training with outdoor adventure for 16 to 19 year olds. With the guidance of experienced field staff, youth crew members work on conservation, reforestation, and recreation projects, while developing leadership skills and learning how to work as a team. Crews camp in the field for their entire 5-6 week session, traveling to a new projects each week. In addition to earning a $283 week stipend and potential high school credit, participants make new friends, learn new skills, explore the Northwest’s wildest places, challenge themselves, and have an awesome summer! More info on these positions can be found here: https://www.nwyouthcorps.org/m/ourprograms/yccamping


CONSERVATION, REFORESTATION, & RECREATION PROJECTS - YOUNG ADULT PROGRAM (AGES 19-26)

Crew members can use this opportunity as a steppingstone towards starting a career in natural resource management, outdoor recreation, forestry, or working for other environmental nonprofits. Others, who may not be interested in working in the green jobs sector, use this work experience as a chance to gain easily transferable job skills, travel to new places, meet new people, and spend weeks immersed in the beautiful nature of the Pacific Northwest. Young Adult crews range from 9-12 weeks in duration. We also work in partnership with AmeriCorps to support our Young Adult members. AmeriCorps members receive a living allowance that is prorated throughout the term of service, along with earning an AmeriCorps Education Award. More info on these positions can be found here: https://www.nwyouthcorps.org/m/OurPrograms#YoungAdult


DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL

Direct Support Professionals provide in-home support for developmentally disabled individuals. Applicants must be able to work for people with developmental disabilities and be able to manage some challenging behaviors from this adult population. Day, night, and weekend shifts are available. No experience required and all training provided in-house. Applicants should be dependable, communicative, social, flexible, pass a background check, be professional, hardworking, patient, kind, and open to learning new skills. This job provides the ability to obtain a NAR/HCA license. Please apply in-person at 240 Bush St., Walla Walla, WA 99362. Please bring a driver’s license for background inquiry. For more information call (509) 522-0400.


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.


GARDENER

A local resident is looking for someone to assist with lawn and garden work. Applicants should have some experience with lawn/garden work. If you’re interested call or text Pat Gustin at (509) 240-2739 or email gustinpjg@gmail.com.


GROCERY STORE CHECKER

Andy’s Market is looking to hire a grocery store checker to work part-time in the evenings. Andy’s is located on S. College Ave in College Place. If you are interested in applying or would like more information, call (509) 529-1003.


HOUSEWORK

A Walla Walla resident is looking for someone to vacuum their carpet and clean their bathroom and kitchen (including the floors) every two weeks. The cleaner would be payed $20 regardless of how long it took to finish the cleaning- the owner predicts it should take between 30 and 120 minutes. Applicants should be mature, diligent, thorough, and efficient. If you’re interested contact Lawrence Kellie at lawrencekellie@gmail.com.


HOUSEWORK

A local resident is looking for someone to help clean rooms throughout their home. The applicant must demonstrate attention to detail, thoroughness, and ability to move quickly. Must be able to work on a Thursday or Friday and the pay is $40.00 for 2.5 hours. Prior cleaning experience is preferred. Optional duties may include outdoor activities in spring and summer months. If you’re interested in applying email Crissy Kinney at crissy.meharry@gmail.com.


HOUSEWORK

A Walla Walla resident is seeking a WWU student to do some general housework for 4 hours/week. The hours are flexible and students can start as soon as they would like. The pay rate starts at $15/hour with the potential to increase slightly. If you’re interested you can call Karen at (509) 876-4081.


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 $15 per hour. If interested call Becky at (509) 529-3522. Please leave your name and number if there is no answer. 


LIFE CHURCH CHILDCARE ATTENDANT

LIFE Church is looking for someone to be responsible for supervising children ages 0-12 onsite during LIFE Church weekend and midweek events. The hours vary, anywhere from 2-10 hours a week, and could be on weekdays, evenings, or Sundays. There is flexibility in the schedule. The applicant would be part of a team overseeing scheduled activities and free time as outlined by the director. They would generate engaging opportunities for children and oversee classroom activities & supplies, including set-up, clean-up, and organization. The pay rate for this position is $14.49. If you’re interested in applying you can email office@lifechurchww.com for an application or you can call 509-526-3450 and ask for Amy.


MERCHANDISER

Smith Gardens is hiring a Merchandiser to organize and arrange the garden center annuals and perennials in box stores to be easy to shop, beautifully designed, and properly cared for. This is seasonal and hours vary depending on store. Applicants must be able to push/pull racks between 300-500lbs, work in inclement weather, have a smart phone for time clock purposes with auto focusing camera and working data plan, must have reliable transportation, and must be able to repetitively lift and carry trays of plants 10-20lbs. Apply online at http://sta.smithgardens.com/careers/


NURSERY AND CHILDCARE LEADER + ASSISTANT

The First Congressional Church in Walla Walla is looking to fill a leadership and assistant position. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Creating a safe, fun, and welcoming classroom, understanding child development, and understanding developmentally appropriate practices. Previous experience in teaching or providing care for young children in a professional setting is preferred. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and they must be able to pass a background check. Applicants should expect to work 2 hours Sunday mornings with the opportunity for more hours as needed by the church. The pay rate for the leadership and assistant positions are $18 per hour and $14.50 per hour, respectively. If you are interested in the position or have further questions email Gayle Kubrick at office@fcchurch.net.


NURSE TECHNICIAN / NURSE EXTERN

CURRENT NURSING STUDENTS – gain practical experience through clinical hours and be paid in Walla Walla! Nurse Technician (or Nurse Extern) openings are available for all shifts at Washington Odd Fellows Home. Your schedule can be flexible to meet your college commitments, full-time, part-time and on-call openings. Hourly wage is $20.00 to $22.00 (depending upon amount of quarters completed within the Nursing Program). PLUS $3.00 evening or $4.00 night shift differentials. Join a team that provides the highest quality care to residents, with a 95.6% employee satisfaction rating. Our Skilled Nursing Facility has 117 beds, within a Continuing Care Retirement Community of nearly 240 residents. Visit their current COVID page for updates. Students enrolled in an ADN or BSN program can gain work experience within the limits of their education, but not limited to the scope of functions of the certified nursing assistant. Receive clinical hours for work performed. As a Nurse Tech, you may only practice under the direct supervision of our RN / Team Leader. Applicants must have an active Nurse Technician License from DOH prior to hire (or active NAC License). You must also be fully vaccinated for COVID and seasonal influenza. Pre-employment drug testing required. If you’re interested visit https://oddfellows.candidatecare.jobs/job_positions/preview/102017 to apply.  


OFFICE ASSISTANT

Lifestyle Eye Center is looking to hire an office assistant. Assistance is needed with filing, shredding, answering phones, insurance verification/authorizations, and other office duties. Applicants should be business oriented, with professional demeanor/attire, outstanding customer service, a team player, and have good communication skills with doctors, staff, and patients. Applicants should also be able to type 50 wpm and have basic math and spelling skills. To apply, send and email with a resume to: office@lifestyleeye.com with a subject line: WWU Office Asst opening.


PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKER

 A Milton-Freewater resident is looking for some to be a personal support worker for a high functioning adult with disabilities. Applicants should be active, like to work out, and enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking. Hours are flexible but the employer is looking for 30 hours a month at $16.67 per hour with the opportunity for more hours in the future. Applicants should have access to a car. If you’re interested call Joshua Fitzgerald at (541) 918-1950.


PRODUCTION ASSEMBLER/CLEANER

Technidea Corporation is now interviewing students who are teachable and energetic with good mechanical aptitude to help with the assembly, testing, calibrating, cleaning, and packaging of both new and service instruments. This position offers students flexible hours, liberal overtime, along with a voluntary wellness program. Technidea is a successful corporation that builds, globally markets, and services a revolutionary construction instrument invented and designed by a former WWU engineering graduate who now wishes to give back to the school who gave so much to him. Located near WWU, this company offers a pleasant work environment involving a wide variety of skills and daily activities insuring that every work day is interesting. Applicants should have good manual skills, attentiveness to detail, and the ability to work well and efficiently with others. Normal business hours are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on Fridays in honor of the Sabbath hours. This position is eligible for work-study participants. To apply, send your cover letter and resume to dennisvoriespe@gmail.com.


PROPERTY INSPECTOR

S2 Inspections has been tasked with monitoring 2 vacant locations in Richland and Walla Walla, WA. The purpose of the inspection is to note any changes at the property and watch for signs of damages. This is easy for anyone to perform. Access to the buildings and codes are provided to the individual. The inspection consists of taking 25 photos at each visit and providing these to the manager. The fee paid is $30 per order. If a student is interested please contact Kistina at KSmith@S2Inspect.comand list that you are a WWU student in the email heading; or call (385) 261-2537.


RACK & MAINTENANCE 

Rack & Maintenance is looking for quality employees to work this spring and summer. This position is considered general labor work. This job pays $15+ an hour with possible overtime and a potential summer bonus. Applicants should be able to life 50 lbs. To apply, contact Patrick or Avery at (509) 524-8500.


RECREATION LEADER

This position will oversee and interact with children in a fun and positive manner while conducting sports and enrichment programs. Observe and enforce safe behaviors while maintaining a high standard of professionalism and excellent customer service to all visitors and participants. If you are interested in this position go to: https://www.wallawallawa.gov/government/human-resources


RESIDENT ASSISTANT CAREGIVER

Everyday is a chance to make a difference! Canfield Place is a beautiful senior living community managed by Leisure Care, a leader in the senior housing industry for over 40 years. Canfield is now seeking Resident Assistants to join their team. Canfield welcomes students to apply. As a Resident Assistant, you will have full responsibility for direct resident care. This includes assistance with activities of daily living such as personal care, helping residents participate in their daily activity program, some laundry, and housekeeping tasks. If you have experience in assisted living, medication administration, and training in medical terminology please apply! You must have the ability to communicate effectively and in a courteous, professional manner. You must also understand the residents’ rights. Successful candidates will have established experience in caregiving. A current CNA or medication training is a plus. The pay is $16.75 per hour and Canfield Place Senior Living is located in Beaverton, Oregon. To apply, go to https://jobs.leisurecare.com/home OR text the word ‘jobs’ to (855) 999-2109.


RESIDENTIAL ASSISTANT

This is a unique opportunity for young women at the Christian Aid Center. It’s a compensated position rather than an earned income. The Resident Assistant is needed from 8pm to 8am (overnight) one week per month and in return will receive free housing, room, wifi, and all utilities paid. Please contact Chris Tapp at the Christian Aid Center at, ctapp@christianaidcenter.org for more information.


SEASONAL GROUNDS MAINTENANCE WORKER

This position will perform a variety of grounds maintenance work for the beautification of City parks and cemetery locations; plant, spray, fertilize, prune, irrigate and maintain lawns, plants, trees, shrubs, and landscaped areas; clean and perform minor maintenance of buildings and other park features; and assist with other grounds maintenance projects. If you are interested in this position go to: https://www.wallawallawa.gov/government/human-resources


SEED FIELD INSPECTOR

WSDA Seed Program is looking to hire a Seed Field Inspector. Work from home in Walla Walla Valley inspecting corn seed fields for pollen shedding, plant pests, and disease. This is a short 8-week appointment which includes transportation, fuel, and stipend for use of own cell phone. Applicants must be available for the 8 weeks up to 6 days per week. Over-time is an option. Applicants must be 18 years old, have a driver’s license, and pass a background check. Applicants must be able to walk on uneven terrain and in all weather conditions. Apply online at www.careers.wa.gov and search for “Seed Field Inspector – Agricultural Commodity Inspector 2.”


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.


SPORTS OFFICIAL

Perform general supervision and refereeing of sports games at local gymnasiums. Observe and enforce safe behaviors while maintaining a high standard of professionalism and excellent customer service to all visitors. If you are interested in this position go to: https://www.wallawallawa.gov/government/human-resources


SUBSTITUTE BUILDING/GROUNDS MAINTENANCE

The Substitute Building/Grounds Maintenance’s primary goal is to focus on kids and their learning by maintaining and providing building/grounds maintenance and repair services; as well as contracting and communicating with related contractors. Apply online at: https://cpps.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.


SUBSTITUTE BUS AIDE

The Substitute Bus Aide is in charge of focusing on kids and their learning by assisting in maintaining and providing safe transportation of students to and from school. Apply online at: https://cpps.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.


SUBSTITUTE CUSTODIAN

The College Place School District is hiring a Substitute Custodian. Applicants should have the ability and willingness to clean facilities and perform basic maintenance tasks – changing light bulbs, etc. If you are interested or would like more information, go to https://cpps.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.


SUBSTITUTE PARAEDUCATOR

The job of a Substitute Paraeducator is working with individual and/or groups of students under the supervision of a certificated staff member in supervising and instructing students and providing clerical support to teacher(s) and staff. Employees in this classification will receive a variety of assignments including classroom support, lunchroom, playground, and other duties as assigned. If you are interested or would like more information, go to https://cpps.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.


SUBSTITUTE SECRETARY

The Substitute Secretary’s primary job will be focusing on kids and their learning by assisting the building principal. Applicants should have their high school diploma or its equivalent, knowledge with integrating technology into job results, knowledge of school procedures, skill to manage timelines and meet deadlines, public relations skills, and the skill to manage multiple tasks and projects. Apply online at: https://cpps.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.


SUMMER HOME BUILDER

Ray and Maggie Reames are looking for a summer worker to help build adobe dome homes in North Eastern Washington. Workers will be on a 145-acre ranch of timberland and hills with streams and ponds. There will be a variety of work building the domes, clearing/making trails, and possibly some gardening. Applicants should be able to lift 50 lbs, shovel sand and walk several miles. Sleeping accommodations and one daily meal will be provided. Salary will be determined according to skills and abilities after talking with applicant. There is an SDA church within 20 miles. They would consider a couple if it seems to fit. If you’re interested in this position contact Maggie Reames at maggieg698@gmail.com and give a brief history of your work experiences and skills (include your phone number in the email).


SWIMMING POOL MAINTENANCE

Duties include: sweeping pool, simple chemical check with easy kit, occasional pool vacuuming  (easy to learn) 1-2 hrs/week. Benefits include taking a refreshing swim and studying/relaxing by the poolside for a while. There is the potential opportunity for other simple yard chores for more hours. Applicants should be able to physically lift and push pool broom and able to follow simple directions for Chemical Check of pool water and how to hook up and use the vacuum hose. The pay rate is $15. If you would like to apply, text Jan at (209) 404-3309.


TEACHER (PART-TIME)

Milton-Stateline Adventist School is looking for a part-time teacher to teach 5th-6th grade science and social studies as well as to help with remediation with a few students. An elementary teaching degree is preferred but administration will consider others as well. The pay rate is $24. To apply, email Jeanne at goodje@miltonstateline.org, or call (541) 938-7131.


VIDEOGRAPHER (PART-TIME)

CMBell is looking to hire a part-time videographer to assist their professional videography team on client shoots. This position includes running cameras and/or sound. Applicants should have experience with videography, have a professional demeanor, be punctual, and be reliable. Experience using a gimble and drone is preferred but not required. Hours are flexible and could be 1-3 shoots per week when there is the need for overflow assistance and as schedules align. Pay is $20/hr. To apply, go to: https://www.cmbell.com/video-application.


YARD WORK

A local resident, Jeanne Hall, is looking for some help with yard work. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to weed removal and pruning. Applicants should have the ability to operate a mower, pruning equipment, and other tools. Days and hours are flexible. If you’re interested please text (509) 593-2555 or email halljeanne7@gmail.com your name and phone number and you will receive a phone call back to set up an interview.


YARD WORK

A local resident, Louis Pegel, is looking for a college student to help out around her yard. Responsibilities include general yard work such as reseeding, flower care, and weeding. If you’re interested in this position call Louis at (509) 200-0246.


YARD WORK

A local resident is looking for help with some general yard work. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to pulling weeds, edging and laying bark. If you’re interested in this position contact Marlys Mathis at 509-730-7276.


YARD WORK

A local resident is looking for help with general yard work. Help is needed pulling weeds along with other miscellaneous yard work. Applicants will need to have their own form of transportation, be willing to work outside, and have a good work ethic. If you are interested in this position or would like more information, contact William directly at (509) 386-0660 or email wcmcclung@yahoo.com.


YARD WORK

A local resident is looking for someone who can help with weeding, pruning, and other general yard upkeep duties. Applicants should be self-motivated and willing to work hard. Pay is dependent on experience and could increase based on work ethic. This job could be a one-time thing, or could be several hours a week. Hour and days are all flexible. If you are interested or have any questions call Jake at (509) 956-8907, or Crystal at (509) 956-8539. Applicants should have their own form of transportation.


YARD WORK

A local resident is looking to hire someone to help with lawn and yard maintenance. Duties will include mowing, weeding, and general yard maintenance. All equipment needed will be provided. Contact Henk at (253) 961-5074.


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 $15 per hour. If interested call Becky at (509) 529-3522. Please leave your name and number if there is no answer. 


YARD WORK

A local resident is looking to hire someone to help with yard work. Help is needed as soon as possible. The hours are flexible to your schedule. If you are interested contact Debbie at (509) 520-9832.

 

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.


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Elsom Roofing is seeking an Administrative Assistant who will provide support to the legal team while working remotely. A successful candidate will be highly collaborative and dedicated to providing high-quality administrative support to relevant team members, flexible and adaptable, with excellent writing skills and unwavering attention to detail. The candidate must be highly trustworthy and exercise impeccable discretion when handling sensitive information and topics. Assist in a variety of day-to-day administrative duties, including tracking requests from internal clients, interfacing with internal clients to communicate on the status of legal matters, and managing hectic and complex calendars and deadlines. The administrative assistant will be expected to draft documents for attorney review including correspondence. Schedule depositions, appointments and meeting. Fax, mail, copy and scan documents. Scan data into document management database. Review daily mail updates and manage status on claims. Gather, organize and update client files with pertinent information for claim. Maintain firm calendar including scheduling deadlines and appointments. If you’re interested in this position and want more information contact Duane Thomas at duanethomas@consultant.com or (509) 535-9477. 


AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN/MECHANIC

Mac’s Automotive & Radiator Repair is looking to hire all level of mechanics and technicians for all of their locations. This is for full-time work. They have locations in Portland, Beaverton, Salem, Eugene, Bend, and Boise. If you are interested or would like to apply, email your resume to teresa@macsradiator.com or teresamacsautomotive@gmail.com or call (503) 777-4706 ext 1118.


BIRTH TO 5 LEAD TEACHER – MILTON FREEWATER EARLY HEAD START

Umatilla Morrow Head Start is looking to hire someone with a Bachelor’s Degree in early Childhood Education or a related field to assist in the Early Head Start program in Milton Freewater. This position involves planning, coordinating, and implementing a full day child developmental program that will provide children and families with comprehensive quality services that meets the needs of working families of infants and toddlers in compliance with the federal and state standards. The pay rate is $23. For more information, and to apply, go to: https://www.umchs.org/


BIRTH TO 5 LEAD TEACHER – PENDLETON EARLY HEAD START

Umatilla Morrow Head Start is looking to hire someone with a Bachelor’s Degree in early Childhood Education or a related field to assist in the Early Head Start program in Pendleton. This position involves planning, coordinating, and implementing a full day child developmental program that will provide children and families with comprehensive quality services that meets the needs of working families of infants and toddlers in compliance with the federal and state standards. The pay rate is $23. For more information, and to apply, go to: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=58659&clientkey=F1EE42E178275013501FB0595034F97F


CERTIFIED SEED FIELD INSPECTOR – AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY INSPECTOR 2

WSDA Seed program is a unit within the Commodity Inspection Division and conducts pre-harvest field inspections and laboratory testing of agricultural, vegetable, native, range, and flower seeds grown under the seed certification and phytosanitary program. For more information, and to apply, visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/3487896/certified-seed-field-inspector-agricultural-commodity-inspector-2?keywords=seed&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Applicants can also reach out to Paula for information by calling (509) 314-1032.


CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES (SSS1)

The Oregon Department of Human Services is hiring. Employees in these positions protect children’s safety and support families. Child Protective Services (CPs) workers conduct child safety assessments of alleged child abuse or neglect to determine if a child has been or is at risk of being harmed. Child welfare professionals must balance an array of issues, including needs of the child and the family, as well as legal requirements. Please note: The salary range for this position is $4,030 - $6,178. For job requirements and more information on how to apply go to https://oregon.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/SOR_External_Career_Site/1/refreshFacet/318c8bb6f553100021d223d9780d30be


COLLEGE PLACE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CURRENT OPENINGS

College Place Public Schools has several job openings at the moment. CPHS Head Boys Basketball Coach, Paraeducator EBD Focus, Bus Aide, Paraeducator- Life skills Program, Nutrition Services Kitchen Assistant- Elementary School, Bus Driver, Substitute Translator, Substitute Bus Driver, Substitute Paraeducator, Substitute Custodian, Substitute Secretary, Substitute Certified Teacher, Substitute Bus Aide, Substitute Building/Grounds/Maintenance, Paraeducator- Middle School, 21st CCLC Tutor (8 assignments), Nutrition Services Kitchen Assistant- CPHS, 6th Grade Boys Basketball Head Coach, 7/8 Grade Boys Basketball Assistant Coach (Pending Participation Numbers), 7/8 Grade Girls Basketball Assistant Coach (Pending Participation Numbers), 7/8 Grade Coed Wrestling Assistant Coach, 6th Grade Volleyball Assistant Coach (Pending Participation Numbers), CPHS Golf Assistant Coach (Pending Participation Numbers), CPHS Assistant Baseball Coach (Multiple Positions Pending Participation Numbers), CPHS Head Golf Coach, Bus Driver, 7/8 Grade Assistant Softball Coach (Pending Participation Numbers), 7/8 Sager Head Softball Coach, 7/8 Grade Head Girls Soccer Coach, CPHS Coed Tennis Head Coach, CPHS Coed Tennis Assistant Coach. If you are interested apply online at https://www.cpps.org/


CONSERVATION PROGRAM MANAGER

Wallowa Land Trust is hiring a Conservation Program Manager to oversee and manage WLT’s land acquisition and stewardship projects. This includes: implementing WLT’s Conservation Plan; Developing conservation strategies and landowner contacts; conservation easement and fee title negotiations, acquisitions, monitoring and stewardship; engaging with tribes and Native people on conservation projects; and fundraising to support conservation projects. This fulltime position requires 40 hours per week with travel and occasional evening and weekend hours. The Conservation Program Manager reports to the Executive Director. To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and three professional references in one single PDF to info@wallowalandtrust.org with “Conservation Program Manager” in the subject line. Position is open until filled.


ENTRY LEVEL DEV OPS ENGINEER

Mindtree is looking for an entry-level Dev Ops to join their fast-growing software development consulting organization. Mindtree delivers digital transformation and technology services from ideation to execution as a trusted right sized partner to 2000 global clients. “Born digital,” Mindtree takes an agile and collaborative approach to creating customized solutions across the digital value chain. Their deep expertise in infrastructure and applications management turns IT into a strategic asset.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Business Information Systems, Computer Science, or similar degree. Azure knowledge including Azure DevOps concepts on CI/CD pipeline. Python and C# experience.

Responsibilities: Design, develop, implement and support distributed infrastructure in Microsoft Azure, automated solutions using CI/CD tools across development, testing and production environments, and critical framework components/reusable modules. Maintain, improve and optimize software offerings and development processes while ensuring the consistency and maintainability of existing applications.

Work Location: Bellevue, WA

Contact: Sashi Kantha Reddy Bodanapu, (425) 615-4619, sashikanthareddy.bodanapu@mindtree.com. Email resume to apply.


ENTRY LEVEL GENERAL CIVIL ENGINEER

Sitts & Hill Engineers, Inc. is looking to hire someone for an entry level general civil engineering position. This position assists the Civil Project Manager in site development, design, and permitting support. Applicants should have a B.S in Civil Engineering. If you’re interested contact Kathy Hargrave with your resume and cover letter at kathyh@sittshill.com.


ENTRY LEVEL TECHNICAL SUPPORT ENGINEER- SQL

Mindtree is looking for an entry-level Technical Support Engineer to join their fast-growing software development consulting organization. Mindtree delivers digital transformation and technology services from ideation to execution as a trusted right sized partner to 2000 global clients. “Born digital,” Mindtree takes an agile and collaborative approach to creating customized solutions across the digital value chain. Their deep expertise in infrastructure and applications management turns IT into a strategic asset. The successful Support Engineer has the drive and intellectual horsepower to resolve difficult customer issues through telephone, email, and chat services as applicable.

Qualifications: BS/MS in computer science or a related field. Experience with SQL Server or an equivalent database product, Relational Database management systems and concepts, and Windows Server Cluster Services in On-Premises environments. Ability to troubleshoot and problem solve as well as handle technically challenging and politically sensitive customer situations. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Polished interaction with customers to gather information quickly, explain customer responsibilities in resolving issue, communicate next steps and status, and inspire confidence

Details: Work location is in Bellevue, WA. Candidates should have the flexibility to cover holidays and weekends since this track will be in a 24/7 shift model

Contact: Sashi Kantha Reddy Bodanapu, (425) 615-4619, sashikanthareddy.bodanapu@mindtree.com. Email resume to apply.


FAMILY ADVOCATE – HERMISTON, OREGON

Umatilla Morrow Head Start is looking to hire someone to assist the Family Engagement Director in coordinating family and community comprehensive health services with families in full day Head Start/Early Head Start options. This positions also involves implementing the recruitment and enrollment process for the Head Start Program. Applicants should have a BA in Social Services, Social Work, or a Related Field. The pay rate is $20. For more information, and to apply, go to: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=66904&clientkey=F1EE42E178275013501FB0595034F97F


FAMILY SUPPORT SPECIALIST

Family Support Network is looking to hire a Family Support Specialist who would be responsible for: providing support to both foster and biological parents, supervised visitation, family assessment and support, social activities, emotional and physical support to children, and providing evaluative support to the on-going case worker. The job requirements include a 2-year degree in human services from an accredited institution or 2-3 years of experience providing direct services to families. The applicant must have a current Montana Driver’s License and Proof of Vehicle Insurance. If you are interested, email your resume and cover letter to sbyrne@mtfamilysupport.org.


HOME BASE TEACHER

Umatilla Morrow Head Start is looking to hire a qualified person to plan, coordinate, and implement a quality education, health, and social services program that will assist families. An Associate’s Degree is required. The pay rate is $16. For more information, and to apply, go to: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=48976&clientkey=F1EE42E178275013501FB0595034F97F.


LATERAL ENTRY POLICE OFFICER

Performs a variety of public safety work providing emergency aid, security and protection to the community's citizens. This position continually accepts applicants. If you are interested in this position go to: https://www.wallawallawa.gov/government/human-resources


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.


NEW GRADUATE RN

St. Luke's is looking for enthusiastic ASN/ADN prepared nurses who have less than 12 months of RN experience to be part of their widely known STAR Residency Program. If you’re interested in this position and would like more information use the following link: https://bit.ly/STARadnSYSTEMfall2022


RACK & MAINTENANCE 

Rack & Maintenance is looking for quality employees to work this summer. Positions will include shipping, powder coating, and welding. Prior experience is not necessary and training will be given. Work can be flexible with summer schedule. This job pays $15-16 an hour. There is 1 position available for full-time with benefits. To apply, contact Patrick at (509) 524-8500.


REGISTERED NURSE AT JEFFERSON HEALTHCARE

Jefferson Healthcare in Port Townsend, WA is looking for a registered nurse. The RN is responsible for providing nursing care adapted to the individual patient needs based on the nursing process which includes: assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. He or she promotes continuity of care to ensure that patient needs and expected outcomes are met. The RN must be capable of functioning as a member of the team and perform duties as necessary. This includes delegating and supervising support nursing staff that participates in the provision of care. Applicants should have a current Washington state RN license and CPR/BLS certification. To apply for this position and future positions, please visit our careers website at https://jeffersonhealthcare.org/healthcare-careers/.


RN RESIDENT- MULTICARE

MultiCare’s RN Residency program provides generous pay and benefits while you learn. They have a transition to practice program that eases the transition of newly licensed nurses into a culture of dynamic nursing practice through the development of competence, autonomy, and connection to purpose. The RN Residency is for new graduate RNs, experienced RNs wishing to transition to the hospital setting, as well as hospital nurses desiring to change specialty areas. The program is a combination of classroom instruction and clinical hours with preceptors who are experts in their fields. At the conclusion of the Residency, RNs will feel confident in providing the quality patient care that patients require and deserve. Applicants should be graduates of an accredited school of nursing. BSN preferred. BSN required after 3 years of employment. Current WA state RN license. Current Health Care Provider level CPR certification. Use the following link to apply: https://jobs.multicare.org/students-grads/rn-residency/


RN RESIDENT NEW GRAD (FULL-TIME, VARIABLE)

St. Charles Health System re: “RN Residents “New Grad” Opportunities! We are excited to connect with you about working at St. Charles and living in Central Oregon. At St. Charles, we are proud to offer competitive wages, a comprehensive benefits package, and a growth-oriented culture for RNs. We will be holding RN Resident opportunities each quarter with our next upcoming cohorts being August and September of 2022. We are excited to share the opportunity for the St. Charles RN Residency Program in our Bend, Redmond, Prineville and Madras Campuses for our Medical, Surgical, Med/Surg, Ortho/Neuro, Inpatient Rehab, Behavioral Health, Critical Care and Emergency Department Service Lines. The RN Resident program is a comprehensive program designed to support newly licensed, Registered Nurses in acquiring the knowledge, skills, and professional behaviors necessary to deliver quality care as they transition from academia to the clinical setting. St. Charles Health System is making a large investment in you and your career by holding this Residency Program. Because of this we ask that you commit to at least one year of practice in your hiring unit and at least two years of practice within the St. Charles Health System.” Applicants should have graduated from an accredited school of nursing within the last 12 months. BSN Licensure/certification/registration are preferred. Current Oregon RN license is required. If you’re interested use the following link for more information: https://www.stcharleshealthcare.org/nurse-residency.


STARBUCKS

Starbucks is looking to fill one open position. If you’re interested use the following link for more information.

Assistant Store Manager-Walla Walla, WA

 

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.


BOOKKEEPER- ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP

The Express at Walla Walla University is offering a paid internship position as bookkeeper. This position is responsible for performing all day-to-day bookkeeping duties determined by the Store Manager. Duties include but are not limited to: accounts payable, accounts receivable, ensuring all employee information is being accurately recorded, staying on top of transactions, assisting with HR related tasks, daily sales counts, counting till money, entering and counting inventory data, keeping accurate financial records and legers, balancing books, double-checking accounts, creating financial reports, creating quarterly financial reports, completing special projects as needed, and other duties as assigned. Applicants should be Junior or Senior standing, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, detail oriented, self-motivated, dependable, have strong proficiencies in Microsoft Office applications, and have strong verbal and written communication skills. All majors are welcome to apply, but this position is specifically for accounting/finance majors. If you’re interested email your portfolio and resume to Hugh Daley at hugh.daley@wallawalla.edu.


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.


GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERN

The Express at Walla Walla University is offering an unpaid Graphic Design internship to help students fulfill their required internship hours. The Graphic Design Intern will assist with the graphic design and social media needs of the organization. This may include designing promotional materials and graphic artwork for various programs within the organization, posting on The Express’ various social media platforms and creating a social media action plan for the quarter. The Graphic Design Intern will have creative oversight in various aspects of his or her internship while collaborating with the directors to assess the design and social media needs of the organization. Duties include, but are not limited to: social media designs and content, researching and implementing various trending styles, creating promotional materials, assisting with graphics on The Express’ website, scheduling projects, defining budget constraints, preparing rough drafts, using design software, testing graphics across various media, and ensuring final graphics and layouts are visually appealing and on-brand. Applicants should be creative, timely, self-motivated, have management skills, pay strong attention to detail, have a keen eye for aesthetics and details, be excellent communicators, and have access to the WWU campus. Applicants should have or be working on a degree in graphic design, communications, or a related field of study. If you’re interested email your portfolio and resume to Abby Laguidao at info@pixelparlour.space.


MARKETING INTERN

The Express at Walla Walla University is offering an unpaid Marketing internship to help students fulfill their required internship hours. The express is looking for an enthusiastic marketing intern to join their marketing department. This position will have administrative duties in developing and implementing marketing strategies as well as working with a social media and graphics team in all stages of marketing campaigns. Duties include, but are not limited to: Assisting in creating and implementing plans to increase followers on popular social media platforms, determining the best strategic collaborations The Express should make, creating an effective outreach plan for furthering collaborations, determining the best type of video content, monitoring niche influencers, creating strategies to partner with those influencers, assisting with SEO, interacting with followers and potential customers, and creating content as dictated by the monthly editorial calendar. Applicants should have or be working on a bachelor’s degree in business, design, marketing, journalism, public relations, or a related field of study. Applicants should have experience with major social media platforms, be comfortable working with Google apps, Trello, and Slack, a self-starter, a creative thinker, organized, a good communicator, professional, and have access to the WWU campus. If you’re interested have our portfolio and resume sent to Abby Laguidao at info@pixelparlour.space.


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.


SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN

The Express at Walla Walla University is offering an unpaid Social Media internship to help students fulfill their required internship hours. This position will help applicants obtain a general knowledge of Search Engine Optimization, entry level understanding of marketing strategy, and multi-social posting through programs and tools. The Social Media intern is responsible for assisting in a range of marketing initiatives within an organization. Duties include: working alongside a team to create a plan for social media strategies, assisting in the growth of the brand through various social media platforms, monitoring postings to ensure brand message is constant, aiding in the daily aspects of promoting the business campaigns both on and off campus, interacting with followers and potential customers, assisting in implementing plans to increase followers on popular social media platforms, overseeing the creation and implementation of a monthly editorial, and helping create content as dictated by the monthly editorial calendar to promote sales, products, and community engagement. Applicants should have or be working on a bachelor’s degree in business, design, marketing, journalism, public relations, or a related field of study. Applicants should have 1-2 years of social media management experience, be familiar with mulit-social posting through programs and tools such as Canvas, Planoly, Slack, and Trello, be comfortable with Microsoft Apps, have some experience determining how to cater unique marketing campaigns to a unique audience, have an entry level understanding of marketing strategy, and the applicant should be able to access WWU’s campus. If you’re interested email your portfolio and resume to Abby Laguidao at info@pixelparlour.space 


TREASURY INTERN

The Washington Conference is looking for summer interns who have an interest in learning non-profit accounting and improving their communication skills. During this internship, you will perform financial reviews of churches and schools in the conference, review accounting procedures, prepare written recommendations to entities, assist with year-end accounting procedures, and get exposure to accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, and remittance. They offer a flexible work schedule and opportunities to visit the many beautiful areas of their conference! Housing is provided, plus an hourly wage. Applicants must be in the school of business and the completion of Intermediate Accounting is preferred. If you’re interested email Ashley.beardsley@wc.npuc.org with your resume and a list of references.