Friday, November 21, 2014

Multiple Positions - Lucky Eagle Casino

Security
Security Officer (OC)*
Security Officer (FT)*Internal & Tribal Only*

Human Resources
Human Resources Director (FT)*

Information Technology
IT Help Desk (FT)*

Marketing
Player Development Manager (FT)*
Player’s Club Representative (PT)*
Call Center Representative (PT)*

Hotel
Housekeeper (PT)

Operations / Gaming
Slot Dual Rate Supervisor (PT)*
Slot Host (PT)*
Network Administrator (FT)*
Table Games Dealer (PT) *
Keno Writer/Runner (PT)
New Keno Supervisor (FT) *

Facilities
Kitchen Custodian (FT)

Food & Beverage
Scatter Creek Grill Server (PT)
Scatter Creek Grill Host (PT)
Buffet Server (PT)
Buffet Cashier (PT)
Beverage Server (PT)
Banquet Server (PT)
Steakhouse Busser (PT)
Steakhouse Server (PT)
Starbucks Barista (PT)
Line Cook II (FT)

*Class III License Required

Disclaimer: Positions listed above that are primarily indoors may work in a heavy smoking environment and may be exposed to fluctuations in temperature when working near the entrances/ exits. While working on the floor of the Casino associates are continuously exposed to noise from slot machines, customers, music and the public announcement system, as is common in a Casino environment. Lucky Eagle Casino Human Resources reserves the right to close positions of continuous status at any time upon finding a qualified applicant (after the minimum five days, per policy).

Positions listed above that are primarily outdoors are exposed to the elements on a continuous basis, twelve (12) months out of the year. These positions may, from time-to-time be exposed to a heavy smoking environment and noise from slot machines, customers, music and the public announcement system, as is common in a Casino environment.

The Lucky Eagle Casino is a Drug Free workplace and has Native American preference in our employment policies. All candidates who are considered for employment with the Lucky Eagle Casino are subject to a pre-employment drug screen and background check. All tribal applicants please see Gloria Francis at ext. 426 or Stephanie Pickernell at ext. 363. Failure to disclose any criminal activity on your application may disqualify your application. Only completed application will be accepted. Applications are maintained on file for a period of six months. Positions will be posted for a minimum of five days or until sufficient applications become available. To apply contact:

The Lucky Eagle Casino
Human Resources Department
12888 188th Ave. SW Rochester, WA 98579
(360) 273-2000/1-800-720-1788
Fax: (360) 273-7181

Also, visit our website at www.luckyeagle.com for an online application through Taleo.
To apply: Click on the Careers link located in the lower left hand corner of the website and click on Search. This will show a list of all the positions currently open.

To update an application: Click on the Careers link located in the lower left hand corner; scroll down to the bottom of the Employment page and log in using the e-mail address and password that you applied with. From there you can select Edit Application to update your application and Search Openings to apply for a new position. Job Opportunities as of November 21, 2014

Instruction & Classroom Support Technician - Western Washington University

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Welcome to the Western Washington University on-line application process. Before you begin, please print out the job announcement; you may need to refer to it while completing the application.
Instruction & Classroom Support Technician 2
About the Position: This is an 11-month, project employment position ending June 15, 2015. The Instruction and Classroom Support Technician 2 is an exciting opportunity to become involved in a variety of projects ranging from analytical instrumentation installation and operation to program support and development. The primary role of the technician is to provide direct support to students and faculty working on the Partnership for Industry Research and Education (PAIRED) project funded by industry partners. The technician will also provide administrative and technical support to the Plastics and Composites Engineering (PCE) senior projects. The position starts in November.

This position is part of a Public School Employees of WWU bargaining unit.  New employees are required to meet the membership requirements of the current collective bargaining agreement within 30 calendar days of employment. 
About the College/Department: The Engineering and Design Department is a part of the College of Science and Engineering. The programs within the Engineering and Design Department emphasize practical, “hands-on” laboratory experiences in addition to strong theoretical course work. This curriculum is designed with input from strong industrial advisory committees to prepare students for professional positions in industry. Graduates of the programs have consistently been placed in positions appropriate to their field of study. Companies that employ graduates include: Alpha Technologies, Boeing Company, CH2M-Hill, Daktronics, Fleck, Fluke Corporation, Janicki, Mentor Graphics, Microsoft, Nike, Physio-Control, PACCAR, Pro-CNC, Rane Corporation, Rothenbuhler Engineering, Tempress, Triquest, Universal Avionics, Zodiac Aerospace. There are numerous opportunities to participate in projects and undergraduate research.
Position Responsibilities: 
The technician position requires a versatile person who is able to manage a variety of projects at one time. The primary responsibilities of this position include supporting the industry sponsored projects through organizing communication between students, faculty, staff and industry sponsors, purchasing and budget monitoring, contract management and on-call technical support. This position also requires a high level of program support through industry outreach and senior project coordination. The responsibilities of this position are as follows:
PCE Project Support through:
  • PArtnership for Industry Research and EDucation (PAIRED) support
    • Organize and schedule meetings for students, faculty and industry sponsors
    • Purchase equipment and materials that are required by the team to meet project objectives
    • Maintain, modify, and prepare existing equipment for use by students
    • Develop user manuals and maintenance records for existing and new equipment
    • Maintain and enforce a safe working environment for students in lab
    • Responsible for aiding students associated with PAIRED in development of their experimental methods as well as providing support with needed instrumentation
    • Provide training to students on necessary lab equipment; ensure that safe lab practices are maintained
  • Grant Support
    • Develop and manage interim reports for principal investigators, industry sponsors and institutional review board to ensure that each project is moving toward timely completion
    • Work with Research and Sponsored Programs on campus to meet grant deadlines and adhere to grant policies and procedures
    • Oversee grant/contract administration
    • Monitor grant budgets for principal investigators in PCE and Chemistry
    • Liaison between the project team and funding agencies or significant parties
    • Assist in the analysis of research study results
  • Senior project coordination
    • Advising and support of PCE Senior Projects
    • Responsible for all documentation of ongoing senior projects
    • Aid in the development of course materials
    • Respond to student inquires about deadlines and defined deliverables
Required Qualifications:
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong ability to multitask and prioritize project responsibilities
  • Ability to recognize when guidance or direction is needed by students
  • Self-motivated and able to work efficiently in a demanding environment
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills, works efficiently in group settings
Preferred Qualifications:
  • BS in Engineering, Chemistry or associated degree
  • Ability to operate plastic processing machinery and testing methods
  • Well versed in Design of Experiments methodology
  • Extensive knowledge and experience with analytical instrumentation such as TGA, FTIR, DMA, DSC, and Rheology
Academic Emphasis: N/A
Job Location: Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA 
Salary: New hires typically begin at $2920/month including an excellent benefits package 
Bargaining Union: PTE
Application Instructions and Requested Documents: Please log in below and submit your application via WWU's Electronic Application System for Employment (EASE).  Note:  You will need to be using Internet Explorer to fully utilize our online application system.

A cover letter and resume are required and should address your experience related to the position responsibilities and the required and preferred qualifications.  You may cut and paste or upload your resume and cover letter as noted on the EASE application.

Please complete the education and work experience section of the EASE application and submit the names and contact information of three professional references.
Other Information: Follow Western Employment on Facebook and WWUEmployment on Twitter
Job Posted: 11/20/2014
Closing Date: 11/27/2014
Recruitment #: 141334
Western Washington University (WWU) is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly trained faculty and staff. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. In compliance with applicable laws and in furtherance of its commitment to fostering an environment that welcomes and embraces diversity, WWU does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status or genetic information in its programs or activities, including employment, admissions, and educational programs. See WWU's Policy on Providing Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination. EO/AA inquiries may be directed to the Vice Provost for Equal Opportunity and Employment Diversity, Title IX Coordinator, Equal Opportunity Office, Western Washington University, Old Main 345 (MS 9021), 516 High Street, Bellingham, WA 98225; 360.650.3307 (voice) or 711 (Washington Relay); EOO.WWU is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. To request this document in an alternate format or to request an accommodation, please contact Human Resources Disability Services, 360.650.3774 or 711 (Washington Relay).
All new employees must comply with the immunization policy and show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Service before beginning work at WWU. A thorough background check will be conducted on all new hires.
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Junior Level Programmer - Tecolote Research, Inc. (Tacoma, WA)

Hello,

Tecolote Research, Inc. is a private, employee-owned corporation and a leading provider of Government financial management and analyses.  We currently have an opening for a junior level Programmer in our Tacoma, WA office.  Please see the job description below:

FUNCTION: .NET Programmer

EDUCATION REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree preferred, preferably in computer science, management information systems, math or engineering.

REQUIRED SKILLS/EXPERIENCE: Demonstrated experience or knowledge of how to build highly interactive, data-driven, modern web apps. Ability to distinguish between what is user friendly, responsive and simply cool with what is clumsy, slow and mundane when it comes to the web app’s user interface and performance. The position requires a minimum of two years of experience in computer programming, or a Bachelor’s degree in computer science or management information systems. Bachelor’s degree with on-the-job experience is preferred, preferably in computer science, management information systems, math or engineering. .NET Programming (VB.NET or C#), VB, VBA, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, ASP, COM and SQL Server experience is a plus. The ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance is required.

RESPONSIBILITIES: We are seeking a web developer who is well versed in Microsoft development technologies to help implement the next generation of our web and desktop software products. Programming skills in any OO language, good communication/organizational skills, a logical mind and good computer skills are required. Above all, we’re looking for software developers that have the ability to meet requirements and work through problems to arrive at satisfactory solutions. Our work environment is relaxed, but we’re serious about quality and customer satisfaction.

Please let Veda Kordes (copied on this email) and I know if you have any questions. 

If you have any recent graduates in mind, please encourage them to apply for the position on Tecolote’s website. http://www.tecolote.com/Employment/CurrentOpportunities.asp

Thank you!
Sam

Samantha Trawitzke
TECOLOTE RESEARCH, INC.
Phone: (805) 964-6963 ext. 610

Photographer/Editor - King 5 (Seattle, WA)

Category:
Media - Journalism - Newspaper
Position/Title:
Photographer/Editor
Primary Industry:
Broadcasting - Radio - TV
Manage Others:
No
Details:
Join the #1 NBC affiliate group in the country! KING TV, KONG TV, NWCN, and king5.com and nwcn.com are now part of Gannett Broadcasting. We have shared values of providing first-class journalism that makes a difference in our communities and award winning programming.

We are looking for an experienced Photographer/Editor to join the Evening Magazine team. Evening Magazine is the highest rated local magazine program in the country and has been honored with numerous regional Emmy Awards. If you are a visual storyteller, creative, and have a passion for producing great stories, we want to hear from you.

Brief Description of Duties:
Shoot, edit, and write assorted feature stories for Evening Magazine and local programming specials. Capture high quality, dynamic visuals and sound in real time. Collaborate with producers and reporters as well as the public and guests. Ability to think like a producer and understand the elements necessary for great stories. Creative editing to include shot selection, audio mixing, and use of music to tell memorable stories. Post production and multi-layered editing of the final shows. Self-starter who is capable of enterprising original content.

Qualifications:
College degree or equivalent experience preferred. Minimum 5 years’ shooting and editing experience with extensive knowledge of non-linear editing systems preferred. Digital still photography experience desired.
Writing and producing skills highly desired. Team player with a passion for creative storytelling. Ability to consistently turn out high quality work under daily pressure deadlines. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to make quick decisions and work independently. Valid driver’s license.


We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and value the benefits of diversity in our workplace.
Vacancy Type:
Full Time
Date Posted:
11/10/2014
Closing Date:
12/10/2014
City:
Seattle - 98109
Experience:
None
Requirements:
KING TV is a subsidiary of Gannett Co., Inc. Gannett is the largest local media company in the country and provides a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 401(k). To be considered a candidate for an opening at KING, you must complete the online application on the employment tab found on: www.king5.com and attach your resume, video link, and cover letter. Paper resumes or any electronic information received that do not come through the online application process will not be considered part of the applicant pool. If you want to send a DVD of your work, in addition to applying online, please send that to the attention of Mark Morache, Chief Photographer at:

HUMAN RESOURCES #K14R39
KING 5 TELEVISION
333 DEXTER AVE N.
SEATTLE, WA 98109
King 5 Television is an equal opportunity employer
Contact Company:
Seattle,WA
Contact E-Mail:
hr@king5.com
Contact Details:
Mark Morache

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Internship - National Ecological Observatory Network (Boulder, CO)

NEON IS COMMITTED TO BROADENING
PARTICIPATION IN SCIENCE AND
ENGINEERING

We strongly encourage students from historically underrepresented
groups in science and engineering to apply. We
recruit at minority-serving institutions and organizations. Our
program is designed to promote future student success through
mentoring, leadership training and career exploration and
networking activities.

Internship Program
Mentoring the Next Generation of Scientists and Engineers

A NEON EDUCATION PROGRAM
Benefits of a NEON Internship:
✓✓ Real-world experience: Work on challenging projects
in your chosen field
✓✓ Mentorship: Interact one-on-one with NEON staff
members
✓✓ Networking: Join a supportive community of interns
from around the country working in local scientific
organizations
✓✓ Full-time summer salary: Earn a competitive student
salary for 10-12 weeks
✓✓ Travel and lodging: Travel to Boulder, CO and summer
housing provided
✓✓ Making a difference: Contribute to building NEON
from the ground up

Program Details
NEON is an interdisciplinary organization, and we accept students from
many disciplines (e.g., Engineering, Science, Computing). NEON interns
work closely with mentors on a variety of projects, from helping to design
sensor assemblies to testing sampling protocols and analyzing data. Interns
produce resume-ready reports and presentations on their work. Interns also
explore STEM career options through weekly seminars and informational
interviews with NEON staff.

About the National Ecological Observatory Network: NEON is a long-term,
continental-scale science and education project sponsored by the National Science
Foundation. It will collect 30 years of ecological data in many different ecosystems
across the U.S. enabling scientists to study and forecast ecological change over time
at the local, regional- and continental-scales.

Help build NEON from the ground up.

This summer internship opportunity offers real-world work experiences with big
data and continental-scale ecology.

Application deadline
Feb. 16, 2015

Applicants notified
in March 2015

Learn more at: www.neoninc.org/learn-experience/internships

Manager Information Technology (Security and Risk #1035) - Puget Sound Energy (Bellevue, WA)

Manager Information Technology – Security and Risk #1035
Location : Bellevue
Job # : 01035

At Puget Sound Energy (PSE) we have a long tradition of
service, and an exciting and innovative future ahead!
Consider PSE for the next step in your career.

Job Summary & Responsibilities
Puget Sound Energy’s IT Security and Risk is looking for a Manager IT to join our team. The Manager IT – Security and Risk will participate in development of the information security and risk management program (security roadmap) to ensure the integrity, confidentiality and availability of information owned, controlled, processed or stored by the organization. The ideal candidate will need to ensure quality and timely delivery of information security program and roadmap activities.

This is an excellent opportunity to play an integral role within PSE to help us better serve the environment, our customers and the communities in which they live. PSE provides an environment where all employees are valued, respected and provided with the opportunity to achieve maximum performance. We offer a comprehensive pay package that includes competitive compensation, annual goals-based incentive bonuses, comprehensive cafeteria-style benefits, 401(K), a company paid retirement pension plan and an employee assistance and wellness program. Gain the energy to do great things through a career with Puget Sound Energy!

Job Responsibilities
• Participates in the development, maintenance, and publishing of security policies, standards and guidelines.
• Creates and manages information security and risk awareness training programs for all employees, contractors and
approved system users.
• Maintains and continually improves a risk-based process for vendor risk management, including assessment and treatment
for risks that may result from partners, consultants and other service providers.
• Works directly with the business units to facilitate IT risk assessment and risk management processes.
• Applies the framework for roles and responsibilities with regard to information ownership, classification, accountability and
protection across business units.
• Provides risk guidance for key projects and initiatives, including the evaluation and recommendation of technical controls
and security measures.
• Maintains and continually improves the security risk assessment process, including the reporting and oversight of treatment
efforts to address negative findings.
• Coordinates the use of external resources involved in the information security program, including but not limited to,
interviewing, negotiating contracts and fees, and managing external resources.
• Oversees disaster recovery policies and standards to ensure their effectiveness and alignment with enterprise business
continuity management program goals.
• Monitors and provides status of the information security program to the Information Security Officer. Measures the
efficiency and effectiveness of the security program to increase maturity in accordance with the overall program.
• Liaises with various teams/departments across the organization to ensure alignment of IT Security with technology
roadmaps and compliance/audit related activities.
• Participates on committees (as appropriate) to ensure the consistent application of information security policies and
standards across all technology projects, systems and services.
• Leads and participates in audits related to information security and IT disaster recovery programs.
• Performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications/Skills/Abilities
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s degree in computer science, engineering or related discipline, or equivalent work experience
• 5+ years experience specifically in area of responsibility listed above.
• Certification in the following, or similar: Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems
Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
• Extensive knowledge, experience and training in information security, utility regulations and compliance requirements
(NERC/CIP), IT risk management, information security related processes and procedures, managing information security
functions, and knowledge of the latest issues and threats in this arena.
• In-depth knowledge of technology requirements to effectively manage enterprise-wide security needs.
• Ability to translate technical risk issues into meaningful actions for consumption and implementation by business leaders.
• Demonstrated ability to build and manage stakeholder relationships, including senior management and external auditing
and regulatory entities.
• Proven ability to lead cross functional teams.
• Knowledge of security-related regulatory matters and experience with private/public partnerships.
• Technical proficiency in security-related hardware and software.
• Understanding of relationships between threats, vulnerabilities, asset values and their effect on overall business risk.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Masters in related field.
• Experience architecting and implementing security solutions, policies, and technologies relating to transactional web sites.
• Holds multiple of the following certifications: Certified Confidentiality Officer (CCO), Certified Network Security Professional (CNSP) or Associate (CNSA), Certified Protection Professional (CPP), Check Point Certified Security Expert (CCSE), Cisco Certified Security Professional (CCSP), InfoSys Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP/CISSP), InfoSys SecurityEngineering Professional (ISSEP/CISSP), Internet Computer Security Engineer (ICSE), Prosoft CIW Security Professional(CIW-SP), SANS-GIAC certifications (Security Expert(GSE)/Security Leadership(GSLC), System Security CertifiedPractitioner (SSCP)

PSE is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We encourage persons of diverse backgrounds to apply.

Should you have a disability that requires assistance and/or reasonable accommodation with the job application process,
please contact the Human Resources Staffing department at jobs@pse.com or 425-462-3017.

Please apply online at http://www.PSE.com/careers
Reference Code: 01035_EX_01_P01259

Multiple Positions - Kitsap Mental Health Services

Job Opportunities
November 10, 2014

For an application and to apply please visit our website at www.kitsapmentalhealth.org
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     


ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION
CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER (32hrs/wk) – Medical Services:
The .8 FTE Chief Medical Officer will work with highly skilled agency leadership in ongoing program development, ensuring integration of behavioral health and primary care into a collaborative, multi-disciplinary treatment approach to provide whole person care, provide leadership to medical staff and advance the range and quality of medical/psychiatric l services within the agency and among community practitioners and hospitals in the service area. Must possess exceptional skills as a leader and a communicator.  Subspecialty certification and/or extensive experience in addictions preferred.  The CMO position does not have agency ‘on call’ responsibilities. Qualifications: Applicants must possess active WA medical license, eight years of experience as a provider and medical practice leader preferred, DEA certificate, and ability to provide services reimbursed by Medicare/Medicaid.  Supervisory and administrative experience necessary.  Experience with evidence based practices recommended.

PROVIDER POSITION
PSYCHIATRIST/ARNP (24hrs/wk) – Medical Services:
Provide psychiatric services to KMHS patients with mental or emotional disturbances, substance abuse problems, and coincident medical problems. These services will be provided in the context of integrated multi-disciplinary care teams. Clinical duties may include psychiatric and addiction evaluations, differential diagnosis and complex decision-making, individualized treatment planning, psychiatric medical management, and medication assisted treatment for substance abuse disorders. Additional duties as part of the care team may include leadership, education, presentations, mentoring, and staff development. Qualifications: MD/DO: License to practice medicine or osteopathy in Washington. Successful completion of a residency in psychiatry. Board Certification preferred. ARNP: ARNP license with prescriptive authority in the State of Washington with a specialty in adult psychiatry.  Experience with chronically mentally ill children preferred.  Excellent verbal and written skills and the ability to communicate with chronically mentally ill consumers.  Must be able to work collaboratively with agency staff, community providers, and family members of consumers.

CHILD & FAMILY ARNP (Part time) – Medical Services: This position is a part time position and hours will vary between 20hrs./wk and 32hrs./wk based upon provider preference.
Provide psychiatric evaluations and treatment for KMHS Child and Family patients. See patients individually and jointly with team members, and family members. Become an integral part of the treatment team using a full range of capabilities to assure adequate initial and ongoing assessment, to help team members to best use and expand their own skills in managing their patients and to provide a resource to team members for relevant aspects of psychiatry.
Qualifications: ARNP license with prescriptive authority in the State of Washington with a specialty in child psychiatry.  Experience with chronically mentally ill children preferred.  Excellent verbal and written skills and the ability to communicate with chronically mentally ill consumers.  Must be able to work collaboratively with agency staff, community providers, and family members of consumers.

CLINICAL POSITIONS
ADULT RESIDENTIAL COUNSELOR (Swing Shift) – Residential Services:
Provide clinical treatment and management for Residential Services clients in need of services due to symptoms of mental illness, and to their families as necessary and appropriate.  Coordinate and monitor all shift activities, including making staff and program assignments and implementing treatment plans per guidelines set by clinical management. Qualifications: Associate's degree in social sciences or related field and one year experience working with the chronically mentally ill population, or an equivalent combination of education and experience required.  Residential experience preferred.  Possess and maintain valid driver's license with an acceptable motor vehicle report.

CARE TEAM MEDICAL ASSISTANT FLOATER – Adult Outpatient Services:
Provide support and assistance to the Care Team staff and clients so as to ensure timely and targeted comprehensive care interventions and coordination.  Facilitate appropriate and timely preventative, specialty, and transitional health services to Care Team clients.  Ensure client health data is accurately tracked in the client health record. Qualifications: Medical Assistant - Certified with medical clinic and patient education.  Ability to work within interdisciplinary team setting on behalf of complex clients with extensive behavioral care needs.  Experience with EMR and data tracking and ability to read data reports. Experience with venipuncture and capillary blood withdrawal. Familiarity with outpatient medical clinic operations so as to facilitate the establishment of positive and productive relationships with medical practice staff throughout the community. Effective collaboration and communication skills.

HEALTH HOME CARE COORDINATOR (BA Level) – Adult Outpatient Services (BHN):
Provide comprehensive care management, care coordination, transitional care, health promotion, individual and family support services, and referrals to community and social support services for Medicaid beneficiaries with chronic or complex physical and behavioral health conditions.  Engage clients in their homes and community/healthcare settings, complete standardized assessments and develop a Health Action Plan with person-centered goals and interventions. Collaborate with a wellness coach and networks of healthcare and social service providers to coordinate care and encourage self management of health conditions and appropriate use of levels of care.  Utilize multiple web-based electronic health record platforms and healthcare databases with some telecommuting.  Additional duties may include community education about the Health Homes program. Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Human Services, Public Health, Nursing, or related field, and at least 1 year experience in direct service in behavioral health or community health settings.  Must be eligible for Agency Affiliated Counselor registration.  Requires valid WA State Driver’s License and reliable, insured transportation. This position requires excellent time management skills, familiarity with computers and ability to work in an independent and self-directed environment.

LEAD SCHOOL BASED BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONIST – School Program:
Help design and implement a school based behavioral program.  Provide on-going supervision, behavioral and therapeutic support for children enrolled in the Evergreen Program at Mountain View Middle School.  Provide assistance in the implementation of the milieu program, including providing emotional support and remedial, individual, and group academic support to children. Participate as a milieu treatment team member.Qualifications: Master’s degree in counseling/psychology or related field required. Child Mental Health Specialist qualifications required. Experience working with children within the structure of an intensive, milieu based program.  Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

MENTAL HEALTH ACCESS CLINICIAN CHILD & FAMILY SPECIALIST – Access:
Provide mental health assessments and treatment for adults and children, in collaboration with their parents or guardians. Qualifications: Masters degree in mental health related field with two years experience working with children and families or MSW.  Licensure or eligibility for Licensure in WA State. Child Mental Health Specialist required. Proficiency in Microsoft Microsoft Office applications and data entry for maintenance of electronic medical record. Proficiency in Profiler system preferred.  Possess and maintain valid driver’s license with an acceptable motor vehicle report.

MENTAL HEALTH CARE TEAM SUPERVISOR – Adult Outpatient Services:
Provides leadership to an interdisciplinary Care Team which addresses the comprehensive behavioral health needs, and coordinates the physical health needs, of individuals suffering from severe or chronic mental illness and/or those with co-occurring disorders. Ensures high quality treatment for clients, within a recovery framework, to improve functioning and health. Supports clinicians in the performance of their duties through oversight and participation in clinical coordination and problem solving within the Care Team, and with clients, other agency programs and community resources. Monitors and ensures compliance with all applicable legal, regulatory and contractual requirements. Provides regular review of assigned clients, including their clinical records, to ensure appropriate service delivery, community linkages, and documentation. Qualifications: Position requires a master’s degree in nursing, social work, psychiatric rehabilitation, psychology, or a related field and must meet the definition of a Mental Health Professional. Experience providing COD treatment preferred. A combination of exceptional clinical and organizational skills is a must, as is experience working with adults with severe and persistent mental illness.  Three years of supervisory and program management experience is desired. A valid Washington State driver’s license and business-rated insurance are required.

MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL – Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT):
To function as a member of the PACT multidisciplinary team while demonstrating the clinical skill and experience to assess, plan, develop, coordinate, and provide treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to program clients with severe and persistent mental illness.  To provide education, consultation to families, and crisis intervention services to clients assigned to the team, with a minimum of 85% of all services delivered in the community via assertive outreach. Function as the team’s Co-Occurring Disorders (COD) Specialist. Qualifications: Master’s degree in psychology, social services or a related field required; Minimum of two years experience working with clients with chronic mental illness required.  Prefer experience in individual and group therapy, vocational services, or substance abuse treatment.  CDP preferred.  Must be Washington State Agency Affiliated Counselor.  Requires valid WA State Driver’s License and reliable, insured transportation. 

MENTAL HEALTH SHIFT SUPERVISOR (Day shift) – Youth Inpatient Unit:
Coordinate and monitor all shift activities. Make shift staffing and program assignments.  Implement resident-client treatment plans under the supervision of the Program Manager. Assume major responsibility for ensuring a safe and structured treatment milieu.  Serve as team leader/supervisor. Qualifications: Master’s degree in social or behavioral sciences or an equivalent combination of education (BA Degree) and experience; two years experience in relevant field; valid Washington Drivers License and reliable, insured transportation required.  Supervisory experience preferred.

MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT COORDINATOR – Adult Outpatient Services, RU933:
Function as a member of a multidisciplinary team while demonstrating the clinical skill and experience to assess, plan, develop, coordinate, and provide treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to program clients.  Provide education, consultation to families, and crisis intervention services to clients assigned to the team. Qualifications: Bachelors degree in psychology, social services, or a related field required; minimum of two years experience working with clients with mental illness required.  Prefer experience in co-occurring disorders treatment, individual and group therapy, vocational services, or substance abuse treatment.  Requires valid WA State Driver’s License and reliable, insured transportation with an acceptable motor vehicle report.   

PEER SUPPORT SPECIALISTS (20hrs/wk – 5 positions available) – Adult Outpatient Services:
The Peer Counselor has experience as a recipient of mental health services for severe and persistent mental illness and is willing to use and share his or her personal, practical experience, knowledge, and first-hand insight to benefit the team and its clients.  Qualifications: High school diploma and has experience as a recipient of mental health services.  Relevant experience working with clients with severe and persistent mental illness preferred. Possess and maintain valid driver’s license with an acceptable motor vehicle report. 

PROGRAM MANAGER – Adult Inpatient Unit:
Manage the day-to-day operations of the Adult Inpatient Unit (AIU)  and ensure quality services are provided. Qualifications: Master’ degree in social, behavioral or nursing disciplines or current license as an RN in Washington. Minimum two years experience working with individuals with mental illness. Minimum of two years supervisory experience, preferably in inpatient milieu. Mental Health Professional qualified. Excellent communication skills. Demonstrates strong leadership abilities in complex situations. Computer experience highly desirable.

PSYCHIATRIC AIDE (Swing Shift) – Adult Inpatient Unit:
Provide on-going assistance to clients in the Adult Inpatient Unit while maintaining a safe and therapeutic work environment. Take appropriate measures for assisting clients in meeting their daily basic needs for health and safety.  Assist in meeting client treatment objectives as directed by the treatment team. Provide appropriate documentation as required by KMHS policies and procedures. Qualifications: High school diploma or GED with six months relevant work experience, ability to gain licensure as an Agency Affiliated Counselor (or other applicable counselor profession) in Washington State, valid Washington State Driver License and Food Handler card.  A bachelor’s degree in a counseling-related field is preferred.
Note: Gender (female or male as applicable) is a bona fide occupational qualification for the position of Psychiatric Aide at this time, under an opinion letter of the Executive Director of the Washington State Human Rights Commission.

CO-OCCURRING DISORDER CLINICIAN – Adult Outpatient Services, RU933:
Function as a member of a multidisciplinary team while demonstrating the clinical skill and experience to assess, plan, develop, coordinate, and provide treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to program clients.  Provide integrated substance use disorder and mental health treatment for KMHS clients to include: assessment, collaborative treatment planning, individual, family, and group therapy and perform all duties necessary to comply with relevant Kitsap County Chemical Dependency Treatment Contracts and all other regulatory agencies. Qualifications: Current licensure as a Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) in WA State preferred, a Bachelor’s Degree in a social services discipline; significant experience working with clients with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse disorders; a valid WA State Driver License and reliable, insured transportation are required.  A Master’s Degree is preferred.

NURSING POSITIONS
CARE TEAM PSYCHIATRIC NURSE (32hrs/wk) – South Kitsap Satellite Office:
The Psychiatric Nurse provides direct service to individual patients, monitors generalized health care needs of all patients on the team, and serves as a resource to other team members.  The Psychiatric Nurse is responsible for conducting psychiatric assessments, assessing physical health needs, making appropriate referrals to community physicians, providing management and administration of medication in conjunction with the psychiatrist Care Team Medical Provider, and providing a range of treatment, rehabilitation, and support services in coordination with other Care Team membersQualifications: Current license in good standing as a Registered Nurse in the State of Washington.  Two years RN experience preferred.  Previous experience working with the chronically mentally ill preferred. If required to drive for work one day a week or more, possess and maintain valid driver’s license with an acceptable motor vehicle report and reliable, insured transportation.

NON-CLINICAL POSITION
ACCESS TEAM ASSISTANT  - Access:
Provide support for the operations of the Access team including triaging calls and helping respond to client requests, coordinating communication between the team, the front desk, clients and their families, serving as a liaison with other departments and teams within KMHS, organizing and producing materials and reports to maximize efficient team functioning. Qualifications: High school diploma or GED. Three years of general office experience. Type at least 45 WPM with accuracy in word processing and transcription with good spelling and writing skills. Experience or course work in medical/psychiatric terminology preferred. Ability to work in stressful situations (i.e., clients in crisis, numerous telephone calls).  Strong communication skills required. Strong organizational skills required to prioritize variety of work assignments. Work independently and as a team member. Proficient in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and other Microsoft Office environments. Experience working in an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) preferred.

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE SUPERVISOR – Accounting:
Maximize collections of revenue within KMHS fee policy.  Maintain accurate records of accounts receivable. Qualifications: High school diploma or GED.  Two years business education to include appropriate accounting courses or related experience.  Familiarity with Medicare, Medicaid, and insurance billings desired.  Familiarity with computerized accounting and electronic medical records.  Must possess excellent computer skills and the ability to maintain high level of accuracy.  Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.  Must possess good leadership skills and excellent time management/organizational skills.

CUSTODIAN – Facilities:  Internal Only Open Position
Ensure that all commercial buildings are kept clean and presentable at all times. To improve the operations of KMHS in support of its stated mission. To promote the highest level of customer satisfaction and confidence to internal and external customers. Qualifications: One year recent experience in janitorial or custodial work required.  Knowledge of materials and methods used to clean and disinfect public facilities.  Must be able to work independently and display good organizational skill. Understanding of material safety data sheets and safe chemical handling practices a must. 

DEPARTMENT ASSISTANT FLOATER (Temporary) – Support Services:
Insure the continuity of Support Services by providing full time coverage for support positions throughout the agency when needed. Qualifications:High school diploma or GED, two years general office or secretarial experience including one year of reception experience.  Valid WA State driver’s license and an insured vehicle are required.  Knowledge of medical/psychiatric terminology, electronic medical records, transcription, and Microsoft applications preferred.  Word processing skills using Microsoft Word and the ability to accurately type 40 wpm is required.  Must be able to work independently, manage time well, and work effectively with divergent types of people.

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN – Facilities:
Maintain buildings, vehicles and equipment in good operating order and to ensure that all grounds are kept in a presentable manner at all times.Qualifications: Two years commercial or residential building maintenance experience.  General knowledge in all building trades a must.  Experience in refrigeration, mechanical, electrical, carpentry and landscaping preferred.  Reliable, insured transportation and valid Washington State driver license required.

ON-CALL POSITIONS
ON-CALL CARE TEAM MEDICAL ASSISTANT  - $14.75/HR:
Provide support and assistance to the Care Team staff and clients so as to ensure timely and targeted comprehensive care interventions and coordination.  Facilitate appropriate and timely preventative, specialty, and transitional health services to Care Team clients.  Ensure client health data is accurately tracked in the client health record. Qualifications: Medical Assistant - Certified with medical clinic and patient education.  Ability to work within interdisciplinary team setting on behalf of complex clients with extensive behavioral care needs.  Experience with EMR and data tracking and ability to read data reports. Experience with venipuncture and capillary blood withdrawal. Familiarity with outpatient medical clinic operations so as to facilitate the establishment of positive and productive relationships with medical practice staff throughout the community. Effective collaboration and communication skills.

ON-CALL CASE AIDE - $12.96/HR:
Provide on-going supervision and treatment activities in the ICS and Home Based/Community Support Programs at KMHS.  Participate in program activities.  Participate as a treatment team member. Qualifications: High school diploma or GED with twelve months relevant experience.  Ability to work a flexible/changeable work schedule.  Requires valid WA State Driver’s License and reliable, insured transportation  with an acceptable motor vehicle report. Applicants must be 21 years old. Must be a resident of WA State for 3 years.

ON-CALL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR (PACT) - $12.96/HR:
Function as a member of a multidisciplinary team responsible for carrying out rehabilitation and support functions and assisting in treatment for individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness.  Provide substance abuse services, education, consultation to families, and crisis intervention services to clients assigned to the team, with most services delivered in the community via assertive outreach. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in psychology, social services or a related field preferred; AA degree with relevant experience may be considered; licensure as WA State Agency Affiliated Counselor or Social Worker. Experience working with clients with chronic mental illness in a community mental health setting preferred.Possess and maintain valid driver’s license & auto insurance with an and acceptable motor vehicle report.. 

ON-CALL MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL (ADULT/YOUTH INPATIENT UNITS) - $22.00/HR:
Adult Inpatient Unit: Provide inpatient therapeutic psychosocial care for voluntary and involuntary adults admitted to the ADULT INPATIENT UNIT.  Provide leadership in all aspects of the treatment process involving four fundamental responsibilities: psycho-therapeutics, representation of the unit in Kitsap County Superior Court and responsibility for an array of agency and unit-based work practices to ensure unit safety and effective practices.Youth Inpatient Unit: Coordinate the intake and treatment process for voluntary and involuntary admissions.  Work with the referring source on voluntary and involuntary admissions to assure timely and appropriate discharge.  Conduct individual, group, family, and milieu therapy for clients at the YIU. Qualifications: Master's degree in related field with two years appropriate clinical experience in providing services to individuals and families; experience in therapeutic residential treatment setting highly preferred.  Experience with the theory and practice of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and co-occurring substance use disorders is also preferred.  Proficiency with computer keyboarding and MS Word is required.

ON-CALL PSYCHIATRIC AIDE (ADULT INPATIENT UNIT) - $12.96/HR:
Provide on-going assistance to clients in the Adult Inpatient Unit while maintaining a safe and therapeutic work environment.  Take appropriate measures for assisting clients in meeting their daily basic needs for health and safety.  Assist in meeting client treatment objectives as directed by the treatment team. Provide appropriate documentation as required by KMHS policies and procedures. Qualifications:  High school diploma or GED with six months relevant work experience, ability to gain licensure as an Agency Affiliated Counselor (or other applicable counselor profession) in Washington State, valid Washington State Driver License and Food Handler card.  A bachelor’s degree in a counseling-related field is preferred. Note:Gender (female or male as applicable) is a bona fide occupational qualification for the position of Psychiatric Aide at this time, under an opinion letter of the Executive Director of the Washington State Human Rights Commission.

ON-CALL PSYCHIATRIC AIDE (YOUTH INPATIENT UNIT) - $12.96/HR:
Provide on-going supervision of clients in the Youth Inpatient Unit. Participate in all program activities and as milieu treatment team member.Qualifications: High school diploma or GED with six months relevant work experience or Psych Tech certification.  Ability to gain licensure as an Agency Affiliated Counselor (or other applicable counselor profession) in Washington State, valid Washington Driver License and Food Handler card.  Experience working with adolescents preferred.  Note: Gender (female or male as applicable) is a bona fide occupational qualification for the position of Mental Health Counselor (former title of position) at this time, under an opinion letter of the Executive Director of the Washington State Human Rights Commission.

ON-CALL RESIDENTIAL COUNSELOR (RESIDENTIAL SERVICES) - $12.96/HR:
Provide clinical treatment and management for Residential Services clients in need of services due to symptoms of mental illness, and to their families as necessary and appropriate.  Coordinate and monitor all shift activities, including making staff and program assignments and implementing treatment plans per guidelines set by clinical management.  Assume major clinical responsibility for assigned clients. Qualifications: High school diploma or GED with six months relevant work experience, Associate's degree in social sciences or related field and one year experience working with the chronically mentally ill population preferred, or an equivalent combination of education and experience required.  Residential experience preferred.  Ability to gain licensure as an Agency Affiliated Counselor (or other applicable counselor profession) in Washington State, valid Washington State Driver License required and Food Handler card.

Foster Parents Needed!
CONTRACTED TREATMENT FOSTER PARENTS – Reimbursement up to $1,600 per month:
Provide in –home care to children in the foster care program, and to assist the Intensive Children’s Services staff in meeting the treatment needs of the child. Foster Parents receive extensive introductory and continued training to ensure they are prepared for their challenging work.

Position Requirements:
·        Have the time and desire to make a difference in a child’s life
·        Be over the age of 21 and in good health to care for a child
·        Have sufficient income to support your family without the addition of foster care payments
·        Be able to complete an FBI and state background clearance
·        Be a homeowner or renter whose residence is deemed safe by the licensor

If you are interested in becoming a foster parent, please click here to complete the Family Home Study Application and send to Lindsey Phillips (360-479-4994) at Intensive Children’s Services.
For more information please call Lindsey at 360-479-4994 or refer to our website at:http://www.kitsapmentalhealth.org/foster_care_for_special_children.aspx
Volunteer Crisis Line Phone Worker Needed!
Crisis Workers provide information and referral, problem solving, crisis intervention, and a listening ear for people in the community who are experiencing situational distress.  We ask for a one-year commitment of one 4-hour shift per week and one overnight shift per month.  Quarterly trainings includes 36 hours of crisis intervention instruction, covering a wide range of topics including listening/empathy skills, mental health, domestic violence, self-harm, grief, suicide, and community resources.

Requirements:
·        Potential candidates must be 18 years of age or older (or within 6 months of turning 18 years of age to attend the training).
·        Potential candidates cannot be current clients of Kitsap Mental Health.
·        Potential candidates must fill out an application and meet with the supervisor for an informal “meet & greet” interview.
·        Potential candidates must complete training with the supervisor.

Application:
Visit http://crisisclinicofthepeninsulas.org/volunteer/ and complete the online application.

For more information please call Cory Derenburger at 360-415-5876.