Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Journey Level Maintenance Technician - Parks - City of Lacey (Lacey, WA)

Job Title:Journey Level Maintenance Technician - Parks
Closing Date/Time:Fri. 02/06/15 5:00 PM Pacific Time
Salary:$4,330.72 - $5,148.37 Monthly
Job Type:Full Time
FLSA:Non-exempt position, eligible for overtime compensation.
Department:Public Works
 

 
This position will perform journey level maintenance, repair, and equipment operation for the City's Public Works Parks Division. This position will work a flexible 40 hour work week schedule that will include weekends with 2 consecutive days off mid-week, along with the possibility of also working evenings.  Any overtime will be optional.

The Public Works Parks and Facilities Maintenance Division maintains the grounds of all City-owned and operated buildings, parks, right-of-way landscapes, and various water and wastewater sites. This includes 9 facilities, 19 developed parks spanning over 300 acres, 750+ acres of non-developed land, over 22 miles of right-of-way containing 4000+ street trees, and 69 water and wastewater sites.

The work performed by the division includes routine and preventative grounds maintenance in both the parks and right-of-ways, as well as repairs and special projects.  Staff performs site repairs, play structure repairs, turf and grounds preservation, basic structure maintenance, urban forest management, support of Parks and Recreation programs, limited construction, and coordination of volunteer and youth work groups.  Work is prioritized to address safety and high community use areas.
 Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The following statements reflect the essential duties and responsibilities of this classification, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing.  The incumbent is also expected to meet the technical performance standards developed for this position and the City's standards for interpersonal and team behaviors and customer contacts.  Incumbents are assigned duties and work specific to the division currently assigned to.  Incumbents may also perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas to cover absences, to meet current workload needs or may receive assignments focused on the work needs of the division. Works overtime as assigned.
  • Performs duties in several trades in the maintenance and repair of municipal parks, buildings, facilities, grounds, and equipment.
  • Maintains and prepares athletic fields.
  • Applies fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides.
  • Performs basic tune-ups and repairs on mowers and various types of small engine equipment.
  • Cleans and maintains all park restrooms.
  • Prunes trees and shrubs, prepares grounds for sodding and/or seeding, and plant trees, shrubs, and flowers.
  • Performs building and general grounds clean-up and maintenance.
  • Inspects parks and grounds for problems, and grooming or maintenance requirement; i.e. litter, plumbing, building supplies and appearance, turf, plants. Identifies deficiencies and takes initiative to correct routine and/or typical problems.
  • Works with a Senior Maintenance Technician to resolve the more complex and/or complicated problems.
  • Operates a variety of powered and non-powered equipment normally used in park maintenance and construction.
  • Lead, train, and mentor seasonal employees.
WORKING CONDITIONS
Working conditions will vary depending upon assignment. Maintenance staff may be assigned to hazardous work areas such as the street surfaces, rights-of-way and medians; in ditches, pits and underground vaults; confined spaces; around heavy equipment; and operating potentially dangerous tools.  Typical assignments are out-of-doors normally requiring work in inclement weather at dirty, wet, noisy or cramped work sites.  The work involves strenuous physical labor, physical dexterity and mechanical aptitude.  Duties may require exposure to chemicals, toxic gases and/or raw sewage.
 Qualifications:
The typical qualified candidate will have two or more years experience in the park maintenance field, ORany combination of experience, education, and training that would provide the level of knowledge and ability required.
  • High school diploma or G.E.D.
  • Must pass a background investigation and a pre-employment physical, including drug testing, to determine the ability to perform the essential functions of the position.
  • Commercial Driver License endorsement Class A, with air brake and tank endorsement, flagging certification, and first aid/CPR certification within 12 months of hire.
  • WSDA Pesticide Public Operator Certification & License within one year from date of hire.
 Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of:
  • Athletic field and turf maintenance, repair, and installation.    
  • Turf irrigation systems.
  • General grounds and facilities maintenance repair techniques and procedures.    
  • Various Federal, State, and City guidelines that are applicable to the work done in the assigned division. 
  • Work hazards and demonstrated "safety consciousness" and intent to comply with pertinent safety regulations, standards, and guidelines.
Ability to:
  • Provide excellent customer service.
  • To work a flexible schedule which includes evenings and weekends.
  • Identify problems, make appropriate and quick decisions under emergency conditions, and exercise considerable initiative and judgment in making needed repairs and/or requesting assistance.
  • Proficiently operate all equipment associated to the division, including routine computer work such as data entry, word processing, and entry and retrieval of data in the City’s work order system.
  • Maintain equipment and materials.
  • Follow and apply the applicable regulations and guidelines for work performed in the assigned division.
  • Perform the necessary arithmetic calculations required of the position.
  • Set work priorities; direct, guide, and evaluate the work of subordinates.
  • Read and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Perform strenuous physical activity associated with the essential duties of the position.
  • Work in the field in all weather conditions and over rough terrain. 
Personal Qualities:
  • A self-motivated individual who is willing and able to work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the division.    
  • Team-oriented and diplomatic.
  • Warmly greets the public and clearly convey a sincere willingness to be of service and/or be open to resolving the situation at hand. Clearly explains self or answers when necessary. Takes the time to ensure message is easily understood. Closes all contacts courteously and appropriately. 

Engineering Technician III - City of Lacey (Lacey, WA)

Job Title:Engineering Technician III
Closing Date/Time:Fri. 02/06/15 5:00 PM Pacific Time
Salary:$5,200.07 - $6,182.11 Monthly
Job Type:Full Time
FLSA:Non-exempt position, eligible for overtime compensation.
Department:Public Works
 

 
The Engineering Technician III is part of our engineering team; performing technical and sub-professional engineering work in the office and field.  Duties will vary depending on the section assigned.

An Engineering Technician III utilizes a high degree of skill and competency in making independent decisions in resolving problems and routinely provides leadership and/or direction to technical staff on assigned projects.  Incumbents work with minimum supervision.  Performs limited section supervision responsibilities in absence of section supervisor.
 Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The following statements reflect the essential duties and responsibilities of this classification, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing.  The incumbent is also expected to meet the City's technical standards developed for this position and the standards for interpersonal and team behaviors, and customer contact.  Incumbents may also perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas to cover absences or to meet current workload needs.
General Responsibilities:
  • Will work with minimal supervision and make routine decisions.
  • Represents the City at interagency meetings, committee meetings, or with contractors or citizen groups as assigned.
  • Regularly takes initiative in recommending changes in work methods, policies, and procedures to improve levels of service delivery and improve overall operating efficiencies.
  • Monitors day-to-day operations; anticipates and troubleshoots problems where needed.
  • Makes presentations to a variety of audiences.
  • Handles complaints and answers citizen inquiries regarding public work issues to best of ability; responds quickly and appropriately to citizen inquiries, requests for service, and/or complaints.  Follows through if unable to answer the question at the moment.
  • Contacts property owners to collect data, solicit support or to inform residents of current projects.
  • Routinely detects and prevents errors or mistakes that would prove costly or could seriously disrupt a city service or project.
  • Uses computer(s) to perform engineering tasks related to section work, preparation of spreadsheets, design work, engineering modeling, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and other related applications.
  • Usually perceives when non-routine activities are required and offers help without needing to be asked.  Makes efforts to modify workload to assist with an emergent problem, assignment, or project whenever feasible.  May be assigned to assist with engineering work for another section; i.e. surveying, construction inspection, plan review, or drafting. Works overtime as assigned.
 Design Technician:
 
  • Performs AutoCAD Civil 3D design and drafting duties for public works improvement projects to include water, sewer, and paving projects.
  • Provides peer review of project plans and specifications for completeness, accuracy, and conformance to City standards.
  • Prepares plans, specifications, and construction estimates for public works projects for review by assigned project lead staff and Design Manager.  Prints contract documents for bidding. 
  • Conducts the annual pavement management survey; visually inspects and rates the condition of all the City’s streets and recommend rehabilitation methods and priorities; maintains the pavement database using StreetSaver software; compiles data into the Pavement Management report and presents the findings.
  • Assists staff with construction inspection duties including material quantity review, as-built drawings, force account inspections, and distribution of construction notification letters.
  • May be assigned to lead and/or direct technical support staff on assigned project which entail a relatively typical system design and can be anticipated to present few and/or minor engineering design complexities.  Schedules work, review work for accuracy, coaches or trains as appropriate, and ensures timely completion of project design work.  Refers all performance issues to immediate supervisor for resolution and participates in joint problem solving as appropriate.
 Qualifications:
An Associate's Degree in civil engineering technology and three years of work experience performing technical engineering work with emphasis in area of assigned section responsibilities OR any combination of experience, education, and training that would provide the level of knowledge and ability required.
  • Possession of or ability to obtain within one month a valid first aid card.
  • Must pass a background investigation.
  • Must maintain a level of physical and mental fitness necessary to perform the essential functions of the position.
  • Must have a valid Washington State driver's license and a driving record acceptable to the City and the City's insurance carrier, OR must be able to provide own transportation to and from job, meetings, and related job sites.
  • Verification of identity and United States work authorization must be complete as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act.
 Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
  • Ability to lead and direct technical staff and effectively coordinate assigned project.
  • Good working knowledge of civil engineering techniques applicable to assigned section responsibilities and good knowledge of higher mathematics (calculus, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry).  Ability to apply engineering formulas, principles, and techniques to solve design and/or engineering related problems.
  • Working knowledge of computers and their application to engineering, mapping, project management, and/or design as appropriate to section responsibilities.
  • Thorough working knowledge of public works design and construction practices and methodologies as appropriate to section responsibilities.
  • Ability to perform technical duties of section responsibilities in accordance with accepted engineering construction and or survey practices.
  • Knowledgeable of pertinent standards, guidelines, manuals, and specifications.
  • Must possess or have the ability to possess a working knowledge of the local agency guidelines and applicable local, state, and federal funding requirements.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and meet program goals and complete assignments on time.
  • Ability to warmly greet the public and co-workers and clearly convey a sincere willingness to be of service and/or be open to resolving the situation at hand.  Clearly explains self or answers when necessary. Takes the time to ensure message is easily understood.  Closes all contacts courteously and appropriately.
  • Looks for opportunities to build trust; is willing to give "becauses"; follows up on answers; researches more data if needed; willing to be helpful; willing to negotiate schedule to accommodate another's needs; and is willing to use both good verbal and non-verbal behavior to show an open, accepting attitude.
  • Portrays an image of knowledge, confidence, professionalism, fairness, and caring.  Dress and grooming are appropriate to position.
  • Knowledge of industrial first aid practices and pertinent safety regulations, standards, and guidelines.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Work in the field in all weather conditions and over rough terrain when assigned field responsibilities.

Family Search & Engagemtn Specialist - Catholic Community Services (Multnomah County. WA)

Title: Family Search & Engagement Specialist (Multnomah County)
Date Open 1/27/15
Date Closed: 2/9/15
Department: Family Preservation - Portland
Reports to: Family Search & Engagement Supervisor
Status: Full time with benefits
FLSA: Exempt
Starting Salary/Hourly Rate: $40,866.30 - $45,118.28per year DOE


Program Description:

The Family Preservation System provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. All services are delivered with the following core values in mind: safety of the child, family and community; flexible and responsive; family driven; normative; family oriented; strengths based; comprehensive and collaborative; unconditional; individualized; and culturally relevant.

Position Description:

The Family Search and Engagement Specialist (FSE) conducts Family Search activities in Multnomah County. The Family Search & Engagement Specialist is responsible for all aspects of identifying familial resources for relationship and potential permanency in collaboration with the Oregon DHS Child Welfare guardian, child and family team members and other allied systems. The Family Search & Engagement Specialist is also responsible for working with DHS guardian and Child and Family Team to identify past and current connections which may be supportive resources for the child.

Essential Functions: * Provide non-judgmental, unconditional support to the child and family. * Assess for immediate safety and stabilization needs. * Customize helping approaches to fit the family’s uniqueness, personality, culture and interest. * Report relevant information to the right people at the right time. * Maintain a focus on strengths, needs and creative solutions. * Utilize the family’s expertise in problem solving and solution seeking. * Work interdependently with interdisciplinary team members toward common goals. * Respond to family’s and children’s needs in a timely fashion. * Complete and maintain all records necessary for program operation * Attend weekly staffing with CCS clinical team and/or CCS/FSE Team. * Collaboration with County Coordinator at screening and assigned care coordinator throughout the family search/foster care recruitment process. * Conduct reviews of DHS case files including court and treatment records to identify all documented information about the child’s biological family * Instill hope for the future by communicating and behaving with confidence and reassurance. * Collaborate with DHS, child and family members to create a family tree, including current identified familial resources. Obtain permission from legal guardian (DHS or bio-family), document contacts and quality of relationships. * Explore DHS case files including court and treatment records to identify all documented information about the child’s biological family including, names, date of birth, addresses, SSN and other pertinent information. * Participate in Child & Family Team meetings to identify familial supports, roles and expectations. Evaluate and determine how and when to engage family
members and natural supports. Decision based on safety, child and family interest, anticipation of supportive and caring relationships and their capacity to offer positive support to child. * Contact family members through cold-calling and letter writing and social networking resources. Thoughtful, cautious and responsible engagement of “found” family members. * Regular contact with supervisor, DHS guardian and CASA. * Encourage enthusiasm and creativity while building relationships with new family members. * Work with team and family to identify, develop and support plan for youth to have life-long family connections including possible placement. * Support family in obtaining and maintaining resources needed such as exploring change in legal status (reunification, adoption, guardianship, kinship foster care), financial assistance, safety concerns for long term success, the anticipation of future formal needs * Completion of timely and accurate documentation capturing: Initial status of family connections, Family resources contacted, Outcomes for youth, Staff time and costs.

Job Requirements:



* Master’s degree in behavioral sciences or equivalent * Strong written and verbal communication skills. * Experience working with DHS Child Welfare. * Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations. * Be willing and able to work in and contribute to a creative and collaborative environment. * Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, automobile insurance and ability to provide acceptable driving record. * Ability to work independently in addition to working as a member of a team. * Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations. * Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services. * Applicant must successfully pass required background checks prior to an offer of employment.

Preferred Qualifications:
* Experience in family search principles/practices

Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please go to https://careers-ccsww.icims.com/
to submit your resume, cover letter and application for this position.

Family Search & Engagement Specialist - Catholic Community Services (Clackamas County, WA)

Title: Family Search & Engagement Specialist (Clackamas County)
Date Open 1/27/15
Date Closed: 2/9/15
Department: Family Preservation - Portland
Reports to: Family Search & Engagement Supervisor
Status: 30 hours/wk with full benefits
FLSA: Exempt
Starting Salary/Hourly Rate: $39,011.54 - $43,006.67 per year DOE (Bachelor’s degree) $40,866.30 - $45,118.28 per year DOE (Masters degree)


Program Description:

The Family Preservation System provides an integrated and flexible array of strengths-based services and supports centered around one predominant belief: Children need their families and families need their children. All services are delivered with the following core values in mind: safety of the child, family and community; flexible and responsive; family driven; normative; family oriented; strengths based; comprehensive and collaborative; unconditional; individualized; and culturally relevant.

Position Description:

The Family Search and Engagement Specialist (FSE) conducts Family Search activities in Clackamas County. The Family Search & Engagement Specialist is responsible for all aspects of identifying familial resources for relationship and potential permanency in collaboration with the Oregon DHS Child Welfare guardian, child and family team members and other allied systems. The Family Search & Engagement Specialist is also responsible for working with DHS guardian and Child and Family Team to identify past and current connections which may be supportive resources for the child. The position is 30 hours a week.

Essential Functions:

* Provide non-judgmental, unconditional support to the child and family. * Assess for immediate safety and stabilization needs. * Customize helping approaches to fit the family’s uniqueness, personality, culture and interest. * Report relevant information to the right people at the right time. * Maintain a focus on strengths, needs and creative solutions. * Utilize the family’s expertise in problem solving and solution seeking. * Work interdependently with interdisciplinary team members toward common goals. * Respond to family’s and children’s needs in a timely fashion. * Complete and maintain all records necessary for program operation * Attend weekly staffing with CCS clinical team and/or CCS/FSE Team. * Collaboration with County Coordinator at screening and assigned care coordinator throughout the family search/foster care recruitment process. * Conduct reviews of DHS case files including court and treatment records to identify all documented information about the child’s biological family * Instill hope for the future by communicating and behaving with confidence and reassurance. * Collaborate with DHS, child and family members to create a family tree, including current identified familial resources. Obtain permission from legal guardian (DHS or bio-family), document contacts and quality of relationships. * Explore DHS case files including court and treatment records to identify all documented information about the child’s biological family including, names, date of birth, addresses, SSN and other pertinent information. * Participate in Child & Family Team meetings to identify familial supports, roles and expectations. Evaluate and determine how and when to engage family members and natural supports. Decision based on safety, child and family interest, anticipation of supportive and caring relationships and their capacity to offer positive support to child. * Contact family members through cold-calling and letter writing and social networking resources. Thoughtful, cautious and responsible engagement of “found” family members. * Regular contact with supervisor, DHS guardian and CASA. * Encourage enthusiasm and creativity while building relationships with new family members. * Work with team and family to identify, develop and support plan for youth to have life-long family connections including possible placement. * Support family in obtaining and maintaining resources needed such as exploring change in legal status (reunification, adoption, guardianship, kinship foster care), financial assistance, safety concerns for long term success, the anticipation of future formal needs * Completion of timely and accurate documentation capturing: Initial status of family connections, Family resources contacted, Outcomes for youth, Staff time and costs.

Job Requirements:

* Bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences or equivalent with 4 years’ experience with DHS Child Welfare OR a Master’s degree in behavioral sciences or equivalent * Strong written and verbal communication skills. * Experience working with DHS Child Welfare. * Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations. * Be willing and able to work in and contribute to a creative and collaborative environment. * Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, automobile insurance and ability to provide acceptable driving record. * Ability to work independently in addition to working as a member of a team. * Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in multi-cultural situations. * Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services. * Applicant must successfully pass required background checks prior to an offer of employment. Preferred Qualifications: * Experience in family search principles/practices

Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Please let us know if you need special accommodations to apply or interview for this position.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please go to https://careers-ccsww.icims.com/
to submit your resume, cover letter and application for this position.

Broadening Participation Coordinator - Seattle Aquarium (Seattle, WA)

JOB POSTING
Broadening Participation Coordinator

Posted: Internal and external
Reports to: Community Engagement Manager
Status: Salaried/Exempt, Regular full-time

Hours of work: Standard Monday–Friday, 8am– 5pm work week with flexibility to work evenings and weekends.


Date needed: ASAP with target of March 1, 2015
Posting expires: February 18, 2015

About the Seattle Aquarium: The Seattle Aquarium is owned by the City of Seattle and under nonprofit management. The Aquarium currently serves over 825,000 visitors and 40,000 school children and their teachers annually. Guided by its mission of Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment, the Seattle Aquarium has a realistic plan for phased growth based on record-setting attendance, membership and fundraising growth, an energized board of directors and professional management. The current annual budget is $12 million.


The Broadening Participation Coordinator works with the Community Engagement Manager to help make the Aquarium and its programs accessible and welcoming to all. This position will be responsible for engaging underserved and underrepresented audiences with marine education programming and conservation messaging, and supporting all Aquarium staff and volunteers to reach the Community goal as expressed in the Seattle Aquarium Strategic Plan 2011-2030: Ensure that we are inclusive and welcoming to all segments of the community.



Core Competencies and Characteristics

Our ideal candidate has a strong, demonstrated commitment to increasing diversity, equity and accessibility in marine science, education and conservation. S/he has an ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team setting, has excellent networking and communication abilities and is a skilled educator/outreach specialist who has experience teaching marine science and/or environmental topics to diverse audiences.


Primary job functions:
* Coordinate, deliver, develop and evaluate programming that occurs both offsite (in the community) and onsite (at the Seattle Aquarium) that engages underserved and underrepresented audiences and is aligned with the Aquarium’s mission and outcomes, with attention to evidence-based, effective and culturally sensitive practices. Examples of audiences that we have engaged with since the inception of the broadening participation initiative are: people of color, women/girls, senior citizens, new immigrant families, refugees, low-income audiences, and people with disabilities.
* Supervise Community Engagement staff and volunteers while working on programming. Work with the CE manager to appropriately train and evaluate staff and volunteers.
* Work collaboratively with the CE manager and others to maintain appropriate staffing levels and scheduling for programs.
* Serve as a resource to all Aquarium staff to meet organization-wide broadening participation goals.
* Be conversant in the issues and challenges facing underserved and underrepresented audiences.
* Serve as the main public contact to respond to inquiries from the public about accessibility at the Seattle Aquarium
* Establish and/or maintain professional contacts with community organizations that serve these audiences.
* Perform other related duties of a comparable level/type assigned.


Required special knowledge, skills, training:

* Passion for and expertise in marine science and conservation
* Commitment to broadening participation in marine science, environmental science, or conservation
* Experience facilitating or delivering cultural competency training
* Experience working for race and social justice and/or environmental j justice initiatives
* Knowledge of current informal education best practices
* Familiarity with Ocean Literacy Principles
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills
* Proficiency in office software applications
* Comfort with instructional technologies
* Washington driver’s license (or eligibility to obtain one upon arrival).
* U.S. citizenship or foreign citizen’s U.S. work permit appropriate for the work.
* First aid and CPR certifications.
* Must pass a criminal background check



Education:
* BA/BS Degree, in Education, Science, Environmental studies or related field required.


Experience:
Requires a minimum of:
* 3 years experience in marine conservation, science or environmental outreach programs and/or education.
* 2-3 years experience engaging with and developing programs specifically to reach underserved and underrepresented audiences


Strong preference given to applicants with:
* Proficiency in another language in addition to English preferred.
* Experience supervising staff and/or volunteers
* Experience in the application of Universal Design principals
* Experience designing and/or conducting outcomes-based evaluations of community outreach and/or education.


Working conditions:
* Be able to stand for long periods of time and lift 30 lbs. or more.
* Requires duties to be carried out in offices, exhibits, classrooms, outdoor field excursions and off site training and travel.
* Job requires time spent in the offices, exhibits, service areas, classrooms and in the field.
* Job requires working outdoors in all weather conditions and terrain.
* Flexible schedule and ability to work evenings, holidays and weekends.
* Aquarium vehicle will be made available but on occasion a dependable personal vehicle will be required for travel.



Salary and Benefits: DOE. This is a full time Salaried/Exempt position. Comprehensive benefits package includes: medical, dental with family coverage available, Short and Long term disability, Life Insurance, 403b retirement and generous paid time off.


How to apply: To apply, please send a one-page letter of interest and résumé to jobs@seattleaquarium.org. Application review will begin immediately.


Note: Must pass a background check, upon job offer, to be eligible for this position.

Senior Market Analyst or Market Analyst - Puget Sound Energy (Bothell, WA)

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.


Senior Market Analyst or Market Analyst #96653


Puget Sound Energy is looking for a Senior Market Analyst or Market Analyst, depending on qualifications, to join our Energy Efficiency Services (EES) Department. This position plays a critical role in the tracking, analysis, and reporting of Energy Efficiency Program participation data. This role coordinates with program management as well as outside stakeholders to understand their energy efficiency data and analysis needs and sets clear expectations for deliverables. This person will leverage their understanding of PSE meter data and consumption billing to provide data and analysis support in the evaluation of specific energy efficiency projects. In addition to advanced data and systems management expertise, the ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal, collaborative, and critical thinking skills to streamline program processes and advance program insights.


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!


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
* 5 years of experience in market/program/product analysis, research, or evaluation
* Bachelor’s degree in business, economics, engineering, planning, public policy, or other relevant field. Relevant utility experience beyond the minimum requirement may be considered in lieu of a degree
* Can work independently to complete complex projects with limited direct supervision
* Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
* Strong project management skills
* Proven written and oral communication skills
* Ability to work in a team environment
* Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
* Ability to synthesize data and other information into clear, actionable deliverables
* Ability to work well with others, take initiative, work independently, and meet deadlines
* Advanced skills in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, other presentation and analytical tools


DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
* Advanced degree requiring strong statistical, economic or database analysis skills
* Experience with energy efficiency program planning, market research, evaluation, regulation, or policy analysis
* Demonstrated understanding of relational database systems architecture
* Experience with systems planning, development, and enhancement
* Skilled in coding languages such as SQL and Visual Basic
* Advanced skills in Microsoft Access or other database management software
* Experience with SAP BI analysis and reporting tools


This vacancy will be filled as a senior market analyst or market analyst depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate.


PSE offers a highly competitive compensation and benefits package. PSE is an Equal Opportunity employer. We encourage persons of diverse backgrounds to apply. Please apply online at http://www.PSE.com/careers

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Multiple Positions-Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare(Lakewood,WA)

Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare is currently recruiting for the following positions:  

Clinical Positions:
·        Assessor – Access Center – Full Time
·        Therapist 3 – Adult Outpatient Services – Full Time
·        Therapist 3 – 72nd Street Clinic – Full Time
·        Therapist 1– Child and Family Services – Full Time
·        Therapist 1 – Adult Outpatient Services – Full Time
·        Therapist 1 – 72nd Street Clinic – Full Time
·        LPN – Residential Services – Full Time Day Shift
·        LPN – Recovery Center – Part Time and On Call
·        Mental Health Professional – Jail Transition Services – Full Time
·        Crisis Intervention Specialist –Emergency Dept. – PT and On Call
·        Mental Health Professional – Recovery Center – On Call
·        Mental Health Technician – Recovery Center  - On Call
·        Residential Counselors – Residential Services –PT and On Call

Peer Positions:
·        Peer Specialist – Emergency Department – On call
·        Peer Case Manager 1 – PORCH Program – Full Time
·        Peer Mental Health Technician – Recovery Center –On Call
·        Peer Residential Counselors – Residential Services – On Call and Part Time

Administrative Positions:
·        Clinic Support Specialist –Business Services – Full Time
·        Appointment Scheduler – Business Services – Full Time

Positions at Greater Lakes are posted on an online hiring system called Hyrell. External candidates can review job descriptions and apply for available positions at http://greaterlakes.hyrell.com
Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare is a full-service community mental health center, providing behavioral healthcare to the citizens of Pierce County for 50 years. We are conveniently located a few miles south of Tacoma Mall, near the intersection of Bridgeport and Gravelly Lake Drive at 9330 59th Ave SW in Lakewood, WA. Greater Lakes serves over 10,000 individuals each year with a team of over 300 staff. Highly regarded in the mental health field, Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare is as committed to staff satisfaction as we are to great customer service. Greater Lakes values diversity. This is reflected in our culture of open communication, our use of participative decision making, and the high level of mutual respect apparent throughout the agency. Greater Lakes provides an excellent benefit package to staff in Regular Full Time and Regular Part Time positions.
Greater Lakes is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and non–discrimination in all employment and service provisions, in full compliance with all relevant federal, state, and local regulations. EOE/M/F/Vet/Disability.

Multiple Positions-Lucky Eagle Casino(Rochester,WA)

Buffet Server

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Finance Assistant

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Gift Shop Cashier

Serve as a cashier for all gift shop sales. Provide customer service to Gift Shop patrons and casino guests. Create and maintain orderly displays to...
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Hotel Front Desk Agent

Hotel front desk agents will present their self in a personable, helpful, and professional image when performing a variety of services for guests of...
WA - Rochester1/27/2015

Hotel Housekeeper

Candidates must be punctual, reliable, and posses great work ethic. Hotel experience is preferred but not required. Positions range from part time to...
WA - Rochester1/27/2015

Hotel Housekeeping Inspector

Manage the Housekeeping Department to maintain company standards for guest satisfaction, associate satisfaction, quality assurance, and asset...
WA - Rochester1/27/2015

Recruiter

We’ve got big plans! This position provides an opportunity to become a leader as part of a dynamic team which is going to revitalize and rejuvenate...
WA - Rochester1/27/2015

Dual Rate Hotel Night Audit Clerk (Internal & Tribal Only)

Serves guest by completing registration and controlling room assignments. Welcomes and registers guest, establishes credit, directs guest to room,...
WA - Rochester1/27/2015

Promotions & Events Coordinator

The Promotions & Events Coordinator develops, implements, plans, and organizes all Casino promotional activities and programs. Drafting required...
WA - Rochester1/27/2015

Casino Host (Internal & Tribal Only)

This position classification reports directly to the Executive Casino Host. He/she identifies and builds relationships with VIP guests via...
WA - Rochester1/27/2015

Scatter Creek Grill & Bar Host/ Cashier

Provide prompt, efficient and courteous service to guests throughout dining experience. As a host, greet customers and find suitable table for the...
WA - Rochester1/26/2015

Slot Tech

Responsible for the installation, operation, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of the Tribal Lottery System (TLS), the Bingo System and the Keno...
WA - Rochester1/26/2015

Staff Accountant I

This position requires the ability to manage conflicting deadlines and assignments while maintaining a professional level of accuracy and efficiency....
WA - Rochester1/26/2015

Steakhouse Busser

Must have outstanding customer service and communications skills. At least six months of fine dining food experience. Must have a high school diploma...
WA - Rochester1/26/2015

Steakhouse Server

Steakhouse Server ensures guests have an enjoyable fine dining experience by providing quality service. Servers work in a team-oriented, high-volume,...
WA - Rochester1/26/2015

Hotel Front Desk Agent

Hotel front desk agents will present their self in a personable, helpful, and professional image when performing a variety of services for guests of...
WA - Rochester1/23/2015

Accounts Payable Specialist I

This is a high-volume, fast-paced position requiring a professional level of accuracy and efficiency. The successful candidate will embrace daily...
WA - Rochester1/23/2015

Security Officer On Call

Security Officers for the Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel is tasked with following specific departmental procedures while working to ensure protection of...
WA - Rochester1/23/2015

Beverage Server

We are looking for people who enjoy working in a fast-pace environment, with a flexible schedule, that possess exceptional customer service skills by...
WA - Rochester1/19/2015

Hotel Housekeeper

Candidates must be punctual, reliable, and posses great work ethic. Hotel experience is preferred but not required. Positions range from part time to...
WA - Rochester1/14/2015

Buffet Host/Cashier

Responsible for providing exceptional customer service by greeting and seating guests, or cashiering in a prompt and friendly manner. Must maintain a...
WA - Rochester1/14/2015

Buffet Busser

Resets tables, keeps floor area clean and presentable. Interacts with guests in a professional and positive manner. Assist wait staff and hosting....
WA - Rochester1/14/2015

Bartender

Responsible for providing prompt and friendly service to all of the guests in an efficient, courteous, and professional manner displaying a high...
WA - Rochester1/8/2015

Bingo Attendant

Provides cashier services, which include but not limited to selling papers and issuing winner payoffs. Teaches and sells the game to potential players...
WA - Rochester1/2/2015