Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Senior Engineer at Puget Sound Energy

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 Engineer or Below #89756
Puget Sound Energy’s Mint Farm Generating Station is looking for a Senior Engineer or below, depending on qualifications, to join our team! The Mint Farm Generating Station can produce 310 megawatts of electricity when running at maximum capacity. That is enough power to meet the peak electricity demand of about 230,000 households! PSE needs an Engineer that will, under minimal supervision of more experienced staff, prepare engineering plans, designs, specifications, standards, cost estimates, system studies, and other such evaluations. The Engineer also works on project teams to support the successful completion of projects designed to reinforce the energy delivery or power generation systems. Work on assignments is also performed with the goal of growing the engineers’ technical and managerial knowledge about PSE processes and systems, while supporting operations when needed.

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!

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Manage (or assist in managing) the plant Computer Maintenance Management System
(CMMS) and scheduling process.
- Function as both the Project Manager and Project Engineer for plant managed Capital
and O&M projects.
- Provide engineering, scheduling and technical support to plant management and crews
for planned and unplanned plant maintenance.
- Manage site reliability initiatives such as Root Cause Analysis, Preventive/Predictive Maintenance, and Lubrication.
- Work with plant management and PSE Compliance Group to assure regulatory
compliance of the facility.
- Participate in selection, administration and oversight of any contractors performing
maintenance work at the plant.
- Participate in development of plant O&M and capital budgets.
- Assures technical quality of work performed by plant operating personnel and
contractors.
- Perform periodic plant efficiency tests and publish results as required.
- Provide oversight for plant controls software and hardware configuration.
- Performs other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
- Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Civil or other appropriate
engineering field
- Substantial experience in planning, design, specification preparation, maintenance,
project cost estimating and scheduling (typically achieved after 7 years’ practice as a degreed engineer for the senior level).
- Demonstrated organization, documentation, prioritization, and project management skills.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
- Experience working with both internal and external customers on projects.
- Experience with process or generating plant systems, programmable logic controllers,
and control system design.
- Experience working with CMMS, preferably SAP
- Experience with coordinating external consultants in the execution of a project.
- Possession of EIT certificate and ability to acquire PE license
- Knowledge of engineering economics and analysis.

This position will be filled by a Senior Engineer, Engineer or Associate Engineer depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate.

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

Educational Advocacy Regional Coordinator at Treehouse

Educational Advocacy Regional Coordinator - Bellingham, Mount Vernon, and the surrounding area

About Treehouse:
Join a team that is passionately committed to helping every child in foster care succeed in school and in life! Treehouse staff and volunteers improve educational outcomes for youth in foster care by providing direct service education support and access to essential needs that all kids equally deserve. We also work at the legislative level to help develop, lead, and pass landmark reforms to reduce the inequities in the system that limit our youth from achieving their full potential.

Treehouse is a well-loved, community-based agency uniquely committed to partnering with school systems, government agencies, caregivers, social workers, and funders to change the trajectory of kids in foster care by helping them make it to graduation day and beyond. Our goal is for foster youth in King County to graduate high school at the same rate as their peers with a plan for their future.

The Position:
Treehouse currently has an opening for a full-time (40 hours per week) Educational Advocacy Regional Coordinator covering Bellingham, Mount Vernon, and the surrounding area. This is a regular, full-time, non-exempt position, Monday through Friday during business hours. This position is on an 11-month work schedule, with a 4-week furlough each year in July.

Key accountabilities for this position are:
• Improve educational outcomes for youth in foster care by providing effective educational planning and advocacy for youth, caregivers and social workers.
• Ensure that youth’s rights are upheld under federal and Washington State education law.
• Advise youth about course selection, self-advocacy, and exploring post-secondary options.
• Track all direct,consultation and I&R advocacy in the database, including intake assessment, efforts, and semester assessments with outcomes.
• Present trainings to caregivers, social workers and community partners.
• Manage regular caseload of 35-45 youth.
• Consistent data collection, entry, and ongoing evaluation.

The job description and application instructions are listed on our website at: http://www.treehouseforkids.org/about/careers/job-openings/

This position is open until September 15, 2014.

Salary and Benefits:
The hourly range for this position is $17.26 to $20.48, depending on experience, for an 11-month work schedule. Treehouse offers a generous benefits’ package. Medical, dental and vision benefits paid by employer are offered with this position, as well as a matching 403b plan, long-term disability, life insurance, paid holidays and Staff Appreciation days, and 20 days Paid Time Off accrued by the end of the first year. Dependent medical benefits are offered at employee cost.

Treehouse is committed to building a diverse staff equipped with cultural knowledge sets and skills needed to provide equitable and responsive services for foster youth and caregivers. An Affirmative Action form can be found in the job posting on our website, to be completed and included with your application on a voluntary basis.

Program Specialist 2 at the Evergreen State College

Program Specialist 2 - Gateways for Incarcerated Youth
This is a project position that is grant funded through December 31, 2015 with continuation dependent on additional funding.

Bulletin number: 2014-033SM

Opens: August 28, 2014

Closing date: September 8, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. PST

Note: The College will be closed on September 1, 2014 in observance of Labor Day.

The Evergreen State College is committed to prohibiting discrimination and to building a diverse faculty and staff. We strongly encourage qualified persons of all races, ethnicities, and sexual orientations, people with disabilities, persons over forty, women, Vietnam Era and disabled veterans to apply.

SPECIAL NOTE
There is a part time, overtime eligible, project position working .875 FTE (35 hours per week) with Gateways for Incarcerated Youth at The Evergreen State College. This project position is grant funded through December 31, 2015 with continuation dependent on additional funding.

COLLEGE PROFILE
The Evergreen State College is a progressive, public liberal arts and sciences college located in Olympia, Washington, in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Since opening its doors in 1971, Evergreen has established a national reputation for leadership in developing innovative interdisciplinary, collaborative and team-taught academic programs. The college has a vibrant undergraduate program, graduate programs, and public service centers that constitute a unique academic setting. The college values a student-centered learning environment, a link between theory and practice, and a multicultural community of diverse faculty, students and staff working together. For more information about Evergreen, please visit our college catalog or our website: http://www.evergreen.edu

COMPENSATION
- Salary is $2,407.13 - $3,208.63 per month of .875 FTE work.
- Experience and training may be considered in salary placement.
- A full state benefits package which includes: paid sick and vacation leave; paid campus holidays; a generous medical, dental, life and disability insurance package for employees and dependents; retirement; deferred compensation and optional supplemental retirement accounts. For more information about Evergreen's excellent employee benefits, please view http://www.evergreen.edu/payroll/employeebenefits.htm
- Staff are eligible for a free local bus/transit pass.
- Permanent status employees that work 0.5 FTE or more are eligible for the tuition waiver program.

POSITION PURPOSE
This position is an advocate for the Gateways for Incarcerated Youth program model and is responsible for working with program staff and stakeholders to plan strategic expansion, publicize educational impacts on incarcerated young men of color, and generate additional funding support.

PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY
Gateways for Incarcerated Youth is committed to serving young men of color with asset-based, innovative strategies to transform health and education inequities, including under-representation of men of color in higher education. Education has been identified as a key strategy to break the cycle of disproportionate minority confinement for young men of color and to reduce the recidivism rate for juvenile offenders. Gateways offers on-site education programs at facilities for juvenile offenders in Washington State.

Under the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant, Gateways seeks to expand to the state juvenile incarceration system serving young men. Our unique model brings college students to the institutions to work as peer mentors, tutors, and co-learners with incarcerated youth. The National Prison Studies Project describes Gateways as “one of the only organizations that works with youth and emphasizes the importance of culturally relevant education through a popular education/participatory research approach.”

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor's degree.
- Program experience with Gateways for Incarcerated Youth.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
- Develop and implement communication strategies to promote Gateways including creating print materials, distributing traditional and social media, tabling, delivering presentations, facilitating workshops, and maintaining the program’s website.
- In collaboration with the Gateways Manager and coordination with the Foundation at Evergreen, establish and implement a fundraising plan including events, identifying funding sources, soliciting donations, cultivating supporters, and maintaining contact with Gateways student alumni.
- Lead public awareness campaigns including networking with local, state, and national partners, and follow policy changes that impact incarcerated youth.
- Assist other Gateways staff in grant writing including researching funding sources and eligibility criteria.
- Collect narrative and quantitative data, compile and input results, and prepare results/reports.
- Gather testimonials, perform general data collection, and
- Work with Gateways Youth Advisory Board members on research and advocacy projects; serve as a mentor for the Youth Advisory Board members.
- Supplement current programs with specific content workshops at Green Hill School on topics such as youth transitions, telling your story, public speaking, etc.
- Utilize existing documentation including curriculum, lesson plans, etc. to promote Gateways culturally relevant, popular education model.
- Attend partnership meetings.
- May perform field supervisor duties for interns with an outreach focus.
- Perform other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Working knowledge of the Washington State Juvenile Justice System specifically the Juvenile Justice and Rehabilitation Administration (JJRA).
- Commitment to practice of multiculturalism and group dynamics.
- Knowledge of academic issues pertaining to culturally diverse incarcerated student populations.
- Ability to work effectively with and demonstrate passion for people, particularly youth, of diverse and underrepresented backgrounds.
- Skill in networking and conducting extensive advocacy and outreach to advance program objectives.
- Working knowledge of and commitment to the tenets of Community-based Participatory Research and Popular Education and an understanding of Disproportionate Minority Contact.
- Strong interpersonal skills in one-on-one situations, small groups, public presentations, and workshops; ability to communicate complex information succinctly with internal and external constituents in a professional and respectful manner.
- Ability to coordinate meetings, events, and fundraising efforts.
- Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Outlook, Access; ability to use desktop and online publishing programs; ability to update and maintain websites and utilize social media.
- Skill in and ability to produce reports and outreach materials and respond to a variety of requests for information.
- Ability to be a self-starter and work independently and collaboratively with minimal supervision.
- Ability to work with unexpected barriers.
- Ability to foster and maintain outstandingly good working relationships on campus and in community partnerships including across institutional sectors including with other state agencies like JJRA.
- Ability to problem-solve, analyze, and communicate synthesized information.
- Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize, and meet deadlines.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality.
- Excellent written communications, proofreading, and editing skills.
- Skill in and ability to mentor and lead the work of others.
- Ability to travel to various work locations and work occasional evenings and/or weekends.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
- Must provide proof of identity and employment eligibility within three days of beginning work.
- This position is assigned to part of the college that is covered by a union shop provision and a collective bargaining agreement. Employees are required to pay an amount equal to the fees or dues required to be a member of the union to the Washington Federation of State Employees within thirty days of their date of hire.
- Must obtain clearance from Green Hill School JJRA facility.
- Must have the ability to travel and work in off-site locations.
- Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends.
- May be required to pass a pre-employment background check


APPLICATION PROCESS

TO SUCCESSFULLY APPLY AND BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION YOU MUST COMPLETE AND SUBMIT ALL THE FOLLOWING REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS:

1. Possess the skills and abilities required to perform the position;
2. Complete the General Application form (Word | PDF); and
3. Complete a Key Skills and Abilities Inventory form (Word | PDF) to indicate your ability to perform the essential functions of the position.
4. An Affirmative Action Data Sheet (Word | PDF). Note: Submission of this statistical information is voluntary.

Please carefully read the job bulletin and submit all requested items by the closing date listed above. The committee in its screening of applicants will assume your abilities and experience include only those elements specifically documented within your application materials. By submitting a completed application for this position you are acknowledging that all of the information that you have submitted to apply for this job is true and complete to the best of your knowledge. You understand that The Evergreen State College may verify this information and that untruthful or misleading answers are cause for rejection of your application or dismissal if you are hired. If invited for an on-campus interview, you may be required to pay your own travel expenses

Materials may be submitted using any one of the following options:

Email: jobline@evergreen.edu
Mail: The Evergreen State College
Human Resource Services, Library Bldg Room 3102
2700 Evergreen Parkway NW
Olympia, WA 98505
Fax: (360) 867-6823
Or in person to the Human Resource Services office, Library Building room 3102.

Application materials submitted to the College become property of the College and will not be returned.

To request disability accommodation in the application process, call the Human Resource Services Office at (360) 867-5361 (voice), or (360) 867-6834 (TTY) or email your request to jobline@evergreen.edu.

Forms and Records Analyst 3 at the Evergreen State College

Forms and Records Analyst 3 - Registration and Records (Internal Only)
Bulletin number: 2014-032SM

Opens: August 22, 2014

Closing date: September 10, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. PST
Note: The College will be closed on September 1, 2014 in observance of Labor Day.

The Evergreen State College is committed to prohibiting discrimination and to building a diverse faculty and staff. We strongly encourage qualified persons of all races, ethnicities, and sexual orientations, people with disabilities, persons over forty, women, Vietnam Era and disabled veterans to apply.

SPECIAL NOTE
There is currently one full-time, overtime-eligible Forms and Records Analyst 3 position available on the Olympia Campus of The Evergreen State College. The candidate pool established from this announcement may be used to fill comparable permanent, full-time, part-time, and temporary vacancies in the future.

COLLEGE PROFILE
The Evergreen State College is a progressive, public liberal arts and sciences college located in Olympia, Washington, in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Since opening its doors in 1971, Evergreen has established a national reputation for leadership in developing innovative interdisciplinary, collaborative and team-taught academic programs. The college has a vibrant undergraduate program, graduate programs, and public service centers that constitute a unique academic setting. The college values a student-centered learning environment, a link between theory and practice, and a multicultural community of diverse faculty, students and staff working together. For more information about Evergreen, please visit our college catalog or our website: http://www.evergreen.edu

COMPENSATION
- Salary is $3,094 - $4,155 per month of full time work.
- Experience and training may be considered in salary placement.
- A full state benefits package which includes: paid sick and vacation leave; paid campus holidays; a generous medical, dental, life and disability insurance package for employees and dependents; retirement; deferred compensation and optional supplemental retirement accounts. For more information about Evergreen's excellent employee benefits, please view http://www.evergreen.edu/payroll/employeebenefits.htm
- Staff are eligible for a free local bus/transit pass.
- Permanent status employees that work 0.5 FTE or more are eligible for the tuition waiver program.

POSITION PURPOSE
This position is the Associate Registrar’s designee and “go-to” person in the development and maintenance of the registration and imaging system and performs work specific to student-related technology, including integrated student records systems and imaging systems. Participate as a key member of the Banner Users Group. Assist in the design the layout and processes of all the technology used by the Registration and Records office. Coordinate and maintain all aspects of the student record systems to include training of all staff, documenting procedures and creating training manuals. Coordinate and maintain all aspects of imaging system used for transcript production. Update registration and graduation related database forms, web pages and Wikis. Serve as initial contact for all technical systems for internal and external purposes. Explore future technologies appropriate to office and college functions.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
- Two years of experience working with complex electronic forms, databases or records management systems in a college Registration office or similar setting.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
- Test, update, and maintain the user-end portion of the Registration module for the student information system; participate in all aspects of system upgrades and maintenance to include training, documentation of issues, and version upgrades.
- Develop, maintain, and update, on a quarterly basis, system controls and dates for web registration and online graduation application.
- Generate and transmit monthly reports to the National Student Clearinghouse regarding student enrollment and degree awards; research and resolve conflicts between Banner student and Clearinghouse data.
- In collaboration with other Registration staff, respond to requests for data including creating and running queries.
- Coordinate with Administrative Computing to develop and implement reports as needed.
- Systems Analysts when needed.
- Research, document, and update deceased student records.
- Troubleshoot and resolve business processes related to student records systems, imaged and online, and transcript production.
- Troubleshoot login issues related to my.evergreen.edu, especially “former student login” issues.
- Regularly review, maintain, and update registration web pages and wikis including information and instructions on the web, both static web pages and within Banner Self-Service via the Webtailor interface.
- Manage the resolution of duplicate records created in the integrated student database by working with all the offices using the system as well as the Administrative Computing team.
- Document office procedures and processes to provide training for all staff on office systems within Registration and Records with regular attention to reviewing current business processes for better service.
- Design and produce ID cards for students, faculty, and staff; maintain, upgrade, and troubleshoot system problems including working with outside vendor for solutions; serve as liaison to a variety of offices that utilize ID cards.
- Serve as a liaison to Computing and Communication staff; implement, test software, and report findings to analysts.
- Attend weekly technology meetings.
- Maintain and update the graduation website, in collaboration with Enrollment Services.
- Create and launch online student self-service votes for graduation-related issues.
- Train staff and students in other areas on registration, Banner, and my.evergreen.
- Participate in all aspects of quarterly registration periods.
- Provide telephone support and reception backup as needed.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Knowledge of complex integrated databases from the end user perspective.
- Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.
- Strong understanding of college registration concepts and processes
- Must be organized and productive with extreme attention to detail.
- Skill in collecting and analyzing data and producing reports.
- Skill in and ability to support information technology systems including test, update, and maintain as necessary and collaborate effectively with technical computing staff.
- Proficiency with computer hardware and software including Microsoft office (Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), web publishing software and wikis, Adobe Suite including InDesign, etc.
- Skill in and ability to document information and train others in the use of systems and established processes.
- Ability to communicate effectively (written and interpersonally) with both technical and non-technical parties.
- Effective interpersonal skills and abilities to establish and maintain professional working relationships with others.
- Ability to work effectively in a culturally diverse environment with faculty, staff, students, vendors, and the public in a customer service setting that requires consensus building.
- Ability to plan, execute, and complete projects in timely fashion.
- Able to troubleshoot and test computing systems, in particular for version upgrades.
- Ability to create, organize, and maintain records, documentation, and files.
- Able to collaborate and work in a team atmosphere.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality of student records.
- Knowledge of Forena reports.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
- Must provide proof of identity and employment eligibility within three days of beginning work.
- This position is assigned to part of the college that is covered by a union shop provision and a collective bargaining agreement. Employees are required to pay an amount equal to the fees or dues required to be a member of the union to the Washington Federation of State Employees within thirty days of their date of hire.
- May be required to pass a pre-employment background check.


APPLICATION PROCESS

TO SUCCESSFULLY APPLY AND BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION YOU MUST COMPLETE AND SUBMIT ALL THE FOLLOWING REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS:

1. Possess the skills and abilities required to perform the position;
2. Complete the General Application form (Word | PDF); and
3. Complete a Key Skills and Abilities Inventory form (Word | PDF) to indicate your ability to perform the essential functions of the position.
4. An Affirmative Action Data Sheet (Word | PDF). Note: Submission of this statistical information is voluntary.

Please carefully read the job bulletin and submit all requested items by the closing date listed above. The committee in its screening of applicants will assume your abilities and experience include only those elements specifically documented within your application materials. By submitting a completed application for this position you are acknowledging that all of the information that you have submitted to apply for this job is true and complete to the best of your knowledge. You understand that The Evergreen State College may verify this information and that untruthful or misleading answers are cause for rejection of your application or dismissal if you are hired. If invited for an on-campus interview, you may be required to pay your own travel expenses

Materials may be submitted using any one of the following options:

Email: jobline@evergreen.edu
Mail: The Evergreen State College
Human Resource Services, Library Bldg Room 3102
2700 Evergreen Parkway NW
Olympia, WA 98505
Fax: (360) 867-6823
Or in person to the Human Resource Services office, Library Building room 3102.

To request disability accommodation in the application process, call the Human Resource Services Office at (360) 867-5361 (voice), or (360) 867-6834 (TTY) or email your request to jobline@evergreen.edu.

Application materials submitted to the College become property of the College and will not be returned.

Digital Sales Speciliast for KIRO-TV

DIGITAL SALES SPECIALIST

Summary:
The Digital Sales Specialist will work with the media sales team to grow digital revenue by accompanying the media sales team in the field to conduct customer needs analysis and present client facing solutions. The Digital Sales Specialist must understand all CMG Local Solutions digital product offerings and how to leverage them to meet the client’s strategic objectives. Digital assets include all kirotv.com core products and platforms inclusive of display advertising, streaming media, and native advertising. The Digital Sales Specialist will also leverage 3rd party ad products including but not limited to reach extension, SEM/SEO and social media. The Digital Sales Specialist must be analytical, organized, solution minded, consultative and customer centric.

Digital Sales Planning, Project Management, Execution and Fulfillment:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Support Media Sales Team on digital advertising sales calls
- Perform customer needs analysis (CNA) in the field to uncover client’s goals and strategic objectives
- From CNA create custom strategies and tactics to achieve client’s goals and format into custom client facing proposals
* SEM: Perform keyword research and create reach and CPC estimates
* SEO: Perform SEO analysis and recommendations in coordination with elements and structure of websites and web pages
* Targeting/Retargeting: Perform reach estimates for display and pre-roll
* KIROTV.com: Appropriate use of products to fulfill client needs or compliment SEM, SEO and/or targeting/retargeting.
- Present proposal to client
- Assist National Sales Department with digital RFP’s for National clients
• Digital Product expert to be a resource to Media Sales Team
- Understand and communicate the “consumer path to purchase” theory and how specific digital products relate
- Recommend specific digital services to support the different areas in the “sales funnel”
- Evaluate CMG’s digital product offering against customer's needs, budget and competitors' offerings.
* Products include but not limited to Display, Streaming, Reach Extension, SEM/SEO. Native advertising and Social Media
- Communicate specific product specifications and processes to clients to ensure quality and timely execution of purchased products
- Provide a consultation to advertisers on social media best practices and participate in social media engagement
• Works with Media Sales Team, clients and ad trafficking to deliver a superior return on investment for our customers’ advertising
- Once the campaign is underway, work with clients, CMG Central Ad ops, CMG Ad Studio and CMG SEM/SEO team to interpret results and optimize the campaign against key performance indicators
- Set up research studies for clients including view through studies
- Work with client’s Google Analytics to help analyze campaign effectiveness
• Serve as project manager between sales, CMG’s centralized trafficking, CMG Ad Studio for ad creation and CMG SEM/SEO team
• At the end of the campaign, create custom performance reports that effectively analyze how the customer goals were met or exceeded with the goal of increasing retention and upsell
• Trouble shoot invoicing/reconciliation with 3rd Party reporting and Co-op
• Point person for AE’s, sales managers, clients, and various station departments including Research, News, Sales and Promotions to provide a full suite of sales materials
• Point person between sales, promotions, production, research, programming, public affairs, and web/digital media in fulfillment of the sales process for stations initiatives like High School Sports
• Point person for the promotions department to implement all sales promotions.
• Work with the News Department and Digital web team on web, APP, WAP and other digital analytics.

Qualification Requirements:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Advanced digital industry knowledge about digital products including display advertising, streaming, native advertising, social media, SEM/SEO and reach extension products.
• Advanced digital industry knowledge about Website analytics including compiling usage reports and interpreting results.
- ClickFuel
- Google Analytics
- Adobe Omniture
- comScore
• Must be highly proficient in Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Strong problem solving skills including identifying campaign pitfalls and providing custom solutions
• Analytical in nature with a firm grasp of numbers and attention to detail
• Strong time management and organization skills
• Ability to work independently with little supervision
• Can easily identify priority items and complete in a fast-paced deadline driven environment
• Must possess positive customer service attitude with both internal and external contacts; flexible, patient, courteous, professional and problem solver

Education and/or Experience:
Bachelor’s degree (B.A) from four-year college or university in digital marketing, digital advertising and/or digital sales; and 4 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Valid driver’s license with good driving record is required.

Other Skills and Abilities:
* Must have good working knowledge of internet and mobile media platforms, terminology, and analytics.
* Must be highly proficient with SEM and SEO estimating tools, current IAB.net guidelines for display advertising, conducting customer needs analysis, and presenting technical information to large groups.

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, sit, and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, or crouch.

The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

Work Environment:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works in outside weather conditions (driving to and from clients/agencies).

The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.

Hours are irregular and often exceed a 40-hour week (preparation, travel and entertainment), based on business demand. Hours may include evenings and weekends.

To apply to an open position at KIRO-TV, submit your application via the Cox Media Group Careers website at: http://coxmediagroup.com/careers
Internal applicants must apply through InSite or CMGConnex.

Digital Content Producer (Part-time) for KIRO-TV

DIGITAL CONTENT PRODUCER (Part-time)
The Digital Content Producer for KIRO-TV produces and maintains the content for kirotv.com and related online platforms with the goal of building an audience of loyal, local visitors.

Responsibilities:
• Write and adapt broadcast content for website, working closely with KIRO’s news department to ensure continuity with KIRO News coverage.
• Create significant, original, locally focused stories for KIRO 7’s digital platforms.
• Create engaging content on Facebook, Twitter and other web platforms that draw viewers to the web and television.
• Participate in the creative development and technical implementation of online content for the website.
• Work collaboratively with marketing, technology programming, news and sales departments to meet performance goals.
• This position is primarily responsible for covering evening hours.
• Other duties as assigned.

Specific Skills:
• Have sound news judgment
• Attention to detail
• Initiative and drive in a deadline-driven environment
• Energy and follow-up
• Innovation
• Collaboration with teammates
• Tolerance for stress
• Strong communication skills

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree with 3 or more years of related experience (website development, publication or production and reporting).

To apply to an open position at KIRO-TV, submit your application via the Cox Media Group Careers website at: http://coxmediagroup.com/careers
Internal applicants must apply through InSite or CMGConnex.

Digital Content Producer at KIRO-TV

DIGITAL CONTENT PRODUCER (Full-time)

The Digital Content Producer for KIRO-TV produces and maintains the content for kirotv.com and related online platforms with the goal of building an audience of loyal, local visitors.

Responsibilities:
• Write and adapt broadcast content for website, working closely with KIRO’s news department to ensure continuity with KIRO News coverage.
• Create significant, original, locally focused stories for KIRO 7’s digital platforms.
• Create engaging content on Facebook, Twitter and other web platforms that draw viewers to the web and television.
• Participate in the creative development and technical implementation of online content for the website.
• Work collaboratively with marketing, technology programming, news and sales departments to meet performance goals.
• This position is primarily responsible for covering evening hours.
• Other duties as assigned.

Specific Skills:
• Have sound news judgment
• Attention to detail
• Initiative and drive in a deadline-driven environment
• Energy and follow-up
• Innovation
• Collaboration with teammates
• Tolerance for stress
• Strong communication skills

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree with 3 or more years of related experience (website development, publication or production and reporting).

To apply to an open position at KIRO-TV, submit your application via the Cox Media Group Careers website at: http://coxmediagroup.com/careers
Internal applicants must apply through InSite or CMGConnex.

Reporter/Anchor for KIRO 7

REPORTER/ANCHOR

KIRO 7 is looking for an experienced anchor with a passion for reporting. An anchor at this station must be able to drive the KIRO 7 brand on-air, on-line, and on social media. The Anchor/Reporter who comes to KIRO 7 will join a newsroom of experienced journalists working in America’s most beautiful city. KIRO 7 is part of Cox Media Group, a company that excels in growing its people

Here are the traits of a successful KIRO 7 anchor:
• Ability to narrate, ad-lib and add value to live breaking news and severe weather coverage.
• Investigative reporting skills that add depth to the newscast.
• Strong writing and editorial skills.
• Thorough understanding of social media and demonstrated ability to move audience between all platforms.
• Curiosity that drives an understanding of current events in Seattle and beyond.
• Desire to connect with local communities by meeting with local groups and representing KIRO 7 at important events in and around Seattle.

Qualifications:
Preferred: B.A Degree in Journalism, Communications, or Other
Required 1-2 yrs. experience as a Reporter/Anchor

Please attach copies of your resume and video links to your application for review.

To apply to an open position at KIRO-TV, submit your application via the Cox Media Group Careers website at: http://coxmediagroup.com/careers
Internal applicants must apply through InSite or CMGConnex.

Managing Editor of KIRO 7

MANAGING EDITOR

KIRO 7 is searching for a Managing Editor to supervise the day-to-day editorial operation of the newsroom. The right candidate will be someone who can execute the KIRO 7 playbook, interpret research, and think critically about the major news happening in Seattle. The Managing Editor should have a passion for breaking news coverage, digital news coverage, and social media. The ideal candidate will also bring excellent leadership and teambuilding skills.

The Managing Editor’s duties include (but are not limited to):
• Supervise the editorial content of the KIRO 7 news product.
• Proactively exercise journalistic judgment in maintaining accurate, unbiased KIRO 7 coverage.
• Work closely with the News Director, Executive Producer, Digital Team, Assignment Editors, Producers and Reporters in planning the day's assignments.
• Provide constructive editorial feedback to news staff.
• Make sure content is executed on all platforms, including website and social media sites.
• Report directly to the News Director and act in place of the News Director when appropriate.

The position requires a minimum of 7 years of newsroom experience and at least two years of management experience.

Experience in a large market is a plus.

College degree preferred.

To apply to an open position at KIRO-TV, submit your application via the Cox Media Group Careers website at: http://coxmediagroup.com/careers
Internal applicants must apply through InSite or CMGConnex.

Creative Services Writer/Producer for KIRO7

CREATIVE SERVICES WRITER/PRODUCER

Seattle’s KIRO7 is seeking a promotion Writer/Producer who lives and breathes local news and wants to sell a great news brand! The ideal candidate loves writing, editing, and thrives in a newsroom environment. You will be surrounded by a team that wants to win, that values your expertise, your passion, and your creativity. Whether you’re a veteran or a relative newbie, we’re in search of someone with a positive, can-do attitude, and a willingness to learn from a talented and supportive group of producers. Whether you want to find a fun and exciting new place to call home, or take your career to that next level, we’re the place for you! Come experience the incredible beauty of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, the exciting atmosphere of a winning station, and the support of THE BEST media company in the country!

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, Production, Marketing or Broadcast-related field preferred. Excellent communication, organization, and writing skills are required. The successful candidate will have a minimum 1-2 years of experience working in Creative Services or the newsroom at a television station. Must have hands-on experience with a local news product. You must be a creative writer and video editor. Must have experience in graphic design, as it relates to producing compelling/eye-catching promos maximizing graphic elements in the production. Prefer Avid, After Affects, and Photoshop experience, as well as videography experience. Prefer experience using Avid iNews and DekoCast software.

Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Champion the writing/producing of daily news topicals
• Write and Produce Investigative Special Report Promos and Proof of Performance (POPs)
• Part of the creative team responsible for writing and producing PSA’s, station sponsored events, sales promotions, and syndicated promotions
• Will assist Client Services in the writing/producing of commercials, and other sales projects when necessary
• Must produce compelling, targeted, and research driven promotion at all times.
• Embrace the use of process language, and sell brand distinction in Topicals, Special Report and Image Promotion
• Integral part of a collaborative team, including the Creative Services Director, Promotion Manager, Senior Writer/Producer and Design Director, to develop and execute the overall graphic design of the News brand
• Must be able to have flexible hours to meet high volume demands in and out of sweep periods.
• Must be willing to work extended hours when necessary to meet tight deadlines
• Required to maintain valid driver’s license

To apply to an open position at KIRO-TV, submit your application via the Cox Media Group Careers website at: http://coxmediagroup.com/careers
Internal applicants must apply through InSite or CMGConnex.

Ignite Director for KIRO-TV

KIRO-TV is looking for an Ignite Director for newscasts who will also produce content for KIRO-TV’s digital platforms. Qualified candidates will be able to work closely with news management and production staff on daily newscasts and digital content. Applicants must be able to direct, and when assigned, to produce television programming, and choose and coordinate all elements for a project, from pre-production planning through final production and editing, with the most efficient use of station resources in mind. The individual also must be willing and able to learn how to produce for KIRO-TV’s digital platforms including kirotv.com.
A thorough understanding of the Kayak switcher and Sidepanel application is helpful. The applicant must be able to adapt quickly to changes in live shows and must be familiar with entire production process and be able to communicate clearly with staff.

Responsibilities:
• Perform all activities required in the producing and directing of assigned projects, newscasts, programs, commercials and PSA’s
• Direct setup of in-studio and remote productions as assigned
• Perform pre-production of news story elements using timeline editing. Generate video IDs as necessary for pre- production
• Transfer elements to “Air” playback server
• Recognize and be able to troubleshoot basic malfunction of the control room “On Air” systems and related computer applications:
- Ignite A & B
- X Switch
- Ingite Mos gateway
- iNEWS MOS gateway
- Newslink MOS Gateway
- Sidon
- Newslink Status
- Transfer of control of the news playback server
• Be able to operate the automated live production control system
• Post stories to KIRO-TV’s digital platforms, including proofreading copy
• Identify stories which will be on interest to KIRO-TV’s digital audience
• Maintain a positive, cooperative and professional attitude at all times

Qualifications:
• Minimum of 1 year television news experience preferred.
• Knowledge of the Ignite System or similar system experience preferred.

To apply to an open position at KIRO-TV, submit your application via the Cox Media Group Careers website at: http://coxmediagroup.com/careers
Internal applicants must apply through InSite or CMGConnex.

Meterorlogist for KIRO 7

KIRO 7 is looking for a Meteorologist. Reporting and/or producing during the week is also part of the job. Candidate must follow the KIRO weather format and action plans as developed by the News Director, Executive Producers and Chief Meteorologist. The ability not only to forecast in a difficult weather market, but also the ability to communicate that forecast in a way the viewers will understand is a must.

Qualifications:
• B.A Degree in Journalism, Communications, Science, or Other
• Required at least three years television weathercaster experience, preferably in at least a medium market
• Completion of Certified Broadcast Meteorology (CBM) program through the American Meteorology Society (AMS) is a plus
• Requires strong computer skills and communication skills
• Qualified candidates must also be proficient at updating the web with blogs, graphics and videos as well as using social media

Please attach copies of your resume and video links to your application for review.

To apply to an open position at KIRO-TV, submit your application via the Cox Media Group Careers website at: http://coxmediagroup.com/careers
Internal applicants must apply through InSite or CMGConnex.

Associate Dean for Instruction at Edmonds Community College

Edmonds Community College is committed to supporting a diverse campus community. Applicants with multicultural experience and/or backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

EDMONDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Invites applications for the position of:

ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR INSTRUCTION (Revised Announcement)

OPENING DATE: August 21, 2014
CLOSING DATE: October 6, 2014 at 6:00 pm Pacific Time
SALARY: Starting at $75,060

DESCRIPTION:
This is a full-time exempt position that reports to the Executive Vice President for Instruction (EVPI) and works in collaboration with instructional deans in supporting part time faculty. The Associate Dean assists with providing a high level of teaching proficiency in instruction and classroom practices. Approximately fifty percent of job duties will include completing part-time faculty evaluations, participating in part time interviews as appropriate, and providing leadership and support for faculty orientation and professional development. In collaboration with the EVPI, other duties may include leadership for articulation agreements, assisting with Strategic Council Initiatives, participating in outcomes and assessment work, and serving on college committees

Responsibilities:
• In collaboration with faculty and deans, ensures quality instruction and enhancement and continuous improvement of educational programs by evaluating part-time faculty.
• Works with faculty coordinators to train SGID facilitators and use of other forms of in-classroom instructional development.
• In consultation with the faculty co-chairs of the Faculty Professional Development Committee, creates and implements a comprehensive orientation program for new part-time faculty. Also plans workshops on teaching methods including online resources.
• Assists deans and faculty with the evaluation, review, and implementation of innovative curriculum additions and revisions.
• Works with faculty to support a technologically integrated environment that fosters innovation within a learning organization.
• Leads faculty in the use of an online model for online class assessment, such as Quality Matters.
• Works with the EVPI, instructional administrators, faculty, the faculty assessment coordinators, and the Office of Planning, Research, and Assessment to help develop, track, and maintain instruction-related assessment approaches meaningful to the college.
• Supports faculty professional development efforts.
• Works with the deans and faculty in providing program review and leadership in the development of effective teaching and learning strategies.
• In collaboration with faculty, deans and the Office of Planning, Research and Assessment ensures that established procedures and guidelines for maintaining Course-level Learning Objectives (CLOs) and the Program-level Learning Outcomes (PLOs) are followed.
• Collaborates with faculty, staff, and administrators to facilitate development and support of new instructional directions and initiatives.
For information on applying, please see Application Procedures and Required Documents, below.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
• Two years, or equivalent, of full-time teaching experience in higher education.
• Experience with faculty observations or performance reviews.
• Demonstrated strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
• Excellent organization, prioritization and self-motivation skills.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Tenured faculty status.
• Administrative or supervisory experience, preferably in a community college.
• Demonstrated experience with current pedagogical techniques, active learning and student-centered learning for students of different abilities and at different levels of preparedness.
• Demonstrated experience in assessing effectiveness of teaching methods.
• Experience writing measurable student learning outcomes, creating appropriate syllabi, and participating in course- and program-level assessments.
• Demonstrated ability to create a learning environment that fosters student success.
• Experience mentoring faculty, staff and/or students.
• Experience working in or with a collective bargaining environment.
• Evidence of ability to use technologies, including word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software, email, learning management systems, and evidence of ability to incorporate and assess efficacy of new technologies in assessment and daily practice.
• Demonstrated ability to foster diversity and promote a collegial and constructive environment based on open communication, team building, and effective management.
• Knowledge of online course design and review.

PHYSICAL WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Work is typically performed in an office and classroom setting, and requires the use of a personal computer. The ability to use a telephone, personal computer, and other electronic technology including expertise with word processing, spreadsheets and databases is required. The ability to make sound judgments is essential. The ability to speak, hear, and write effectively is required, including making public presentations.

COMPENSATION:
The salary will be based on the current administrative/exempt salary schedule, with placement based on education and related experience. The salary starts at $75,060 annually. The college provides an outstanding exempt employee benefits package that includes 24 vacation days per year, a unique study leave benefit, and excellent medical, dental, life insurance and retirement plans.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
• You must document your citizenship or employment authorization within three days of hire.
• Position is subject to criminal background check.
• All new positions are contingent upon funding.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:
All applicants must apply online. No paper submissions or emailed materials will be accepted. Your online application must include the following documents in order to be complete:
1) Responses to supplemental questions (part of the online application). (These questions reflect the required and desired qualifications and are used in the screening process. Please provide thorough responses.)
2) Cover letter.
3) Current resume.
4) Names and contact information for three references.
5) If invited for an interview, you will be required to submit two current letters of recommendation at that time.
6) If you are a veteran and wish to claim veteran’s preference, please scan and attach your DD214, Member-4 form.

To apply, go to www.edcc.edu/hr and click on Current Job Openings.

ABOUT THE COLLEGE:
Edmonds Community College is a comprehensive, public two-year institution of higher education that provides Transfer; Professional Technical; Adult Basic Education/High School Completion/English as a Second Language; and Continuing Education programs to approximately 20,000 unique students every year. Based on fall 2012 enrollment numbers, it is the third largest community college in the state of Washington. In 2012, Edmonds CC celebrated 45 years of service on its 50-acre campus in Lynnwood, Washington.

On average the college serves more than 11,000 students each quarter, with approximately 40% enrolled in Transfer, 30% in Professional Technical, 25% in Pre-college/Developmental Education, and 5% in Continuing Education programs. Students range in age from 16 to 70+, with an average age of about 30. About 33% of students are of color. Of new students at the college, about 45% work full- or part-time and nearly 30% have children or other dependents in their care. More than 1,200 international students from approximately 74 countries attend the college; however, about 80% of all students live within an eight miles radius of the campus. In addition, nearly 40% of all students take at least one online or hybrid class.
Edmonds Community College is an Achieving the Dream College that has made a strong institutional commitment to student success, retention and completion. More about Edmonds Community College’s mission, themes and core values can be found here.

EEO/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STATEMENT:
Edmonds Community College is an equal opportunity employer and assures equality of treatment in educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (gender), disability, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or genetic information. Applicants with disabilities who require assistance with the recruitment process may call 425-640-1470 or email jobs@edcc.edu and accommodations will be made to the extent reasonably possible. The Human Resources Office is accessible to persons with disabilities.

Office Assistant 3 at Edmonds Community College

Edmonds Community College is committed to supporting a diverse campus community. Applicants with multicultural experience and/or backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

EDMONDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Invites applications for the position of:
OFFICE ASSISTANT 3 PRINT AND MAIL CENTER

SALARY: $2,161 - $2,426 per month
OPENING DATE: August 20, 2014
CLOSING DATE: September 9, 2014 at 6:00 pm Pacific Time

DESCRIPTION:
The person in this position is responsible for processing duplicating requests, processing mail (bulk mailings, inter-office mail, distributions, UPS and FedEx,) preparing mail chargebacks, and printer and copier chargebacks.

Responsibilities will include:
• Process printing requests from hard copy and electronic files using various printing equipment, including production printers and copiers. Finish print jobs using laminating and binding equipment.
• Maintain security of sensitive materials.
• Clean and make minor repairs to machines and place service calls to vendors when necessary.
• Restock paper and supplies weighing up to 50 pounds.
• Work with campus staff to plan and complete bulk mailings. Use ConnectRight Mailer software to verify accuracy of addresses, sort, and print addresses on mail piece. Bundle and prepare reports required by USPS.
• Distribute campus mail, check in packages from receiving, check out packages to staff and faculty.
• Assist in using postage meter machine to correctly post mail to be delivered by USPS.
• Assist in using UPS and FEDEX software to prepare labels and arrange pick up.
• Verify various invoices for accuracy; prepare documents for timely payment of invoice by A/P.
• Mail Chargebacks: Create spreadsheet assigning mail chargeback by budget number and prepare chargeback document.
• Walk-Up Copiers and Printers Chargebacks: Create spreadsheets to calculate total charges by budget number and prepare chargeback document.
• Counter Assistance: assist faculty, staff and students with such things as mail collection, handing in homework assignments, giving directions, and answering questions regarding print services; answering phones; faxing materials for faculty and staff; helping staff with mailboxes (combinations and opening challenges.)
• Closing Print and mail Center: Balance copier clicks, turn off all equipment, lock and secure office doors.

This is a classified staff position reporting to the Director of Auxilliary Services.
For information on applying, please see Application Procedures and Required Documents, below.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• High school graduation or equivalent.
• Two years of experience working as an office assistant, OR equivalent relevant education and experience.
• Effective verbal and written communication skills.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Excellent customer service skills.
• Ability to work as part of a team.
• Experience using a computer; familiar with Microsoft Office and Adobe software applications.
• Bulk mailing and print shop experience a plus.
• Strong organizational, record keeping and documentation skills.
• Ability to work effectively with populations representing diverse backgrounds, life experiences and abilities.

PHYSICAL WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Work is typically performed in an office setting. The ability to sit at a desk/computer station, stand at the front counter, and operate standard office equipment requiring repetitive arm-hand movements such as a computer, copiers and mail equipment is essential. Excellent communication and problem solving skills are required. Lifting up to 50 pounds will occasionally be required.

WORK SCHEDULE:
40 hours per week, Monday – Friday. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 10:00 am – 6:30 pm. Thursday: 11:00 am – 7:30 pm. Friday: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm.

COMPENSATION:
Salary range 31. Beginning salary is $2,161 - $2,426 per month, with progressive increases to $2,789, plus a full state benefits package. Benefits include tuition waiver for college classes. Experience and training will be considered in salary placement.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
• You must document your citizenship or employment authorization within three days of hire.
• Position is subject to a criminal background check.
• Union Shop Fee: You must become a member of the classified union or pay a representation fee or nonassociation fee within thirty (30) calendar days of your hire.
• All new positions are contingent upon funding.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES AND REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:
All applicants must apply online. No paper submissions or emailed materials will be accepted. Your online application must have the following documents attached in order to be complete:
1) Responses to supplemental questions (part of the online application). (These questions reflect the required and desired qualifications and are used in the screening process. Please provide thorough responses.)
2) Current resume (in addition to work experience in application).
3) Names and contact information for three references.
4) Two current letters of reference. (If you have these letters, please attach them to your online application. If they are presently unavailable, do not send them to us. Bring them with you if you are contacted for an interview.)
5) If you are a veteran and wish to claim veteran’s preference, please scan and attach your DD214, Member-4 form.

To apply, go to www.edcc.edu/hr and click on Current Job Openings.

ABOUT THE COLLEGE:
Edmonds Community College, founded in 1967, is a public, two-year, coeducational state community college which each year welcomes some 11,500 academic and vocational students, including approximately 1,200 international students who come here from as many as 79 countries.

The college is located in the center of the growing south Snohomish County communities of Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, Brier, Mill Creek and Woodway. Situated in Washington State’s Puget Sound region, the College is just north of Seattle and a short distance from the scenic beauty and recreation of the San Juan Islands, British Columbia, and the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges. For more information, see the college web site at www.edcc.edu.

EEO/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STATEMENT:
Edmonds Community College is an equal opportunity employer and assures equality of treatment in educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (gender), disability, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or genetic information. Applicants with disabilities who require assistance with the recruitment process may call 425-640-1470 or email jobs@edcc.edu and accommodations will be made to the extent reasonably possible. The Human Resources Office is accessible to persons with disabilities.

City Prosecutor for the City of Auburn

CITY OF AUBURN invites applications for the position of:

City Prosecutor

25 WEST MAIN STREET
AUBURN, WA 98001
HUMAN RESOURCES: 253-931-3040
JOBLINE: 253-931-3077
TTY: 253-288-3139

An Equal Opportunity Employer

SALARY
Monthly
$6,036.70 - $7,420.54

OPENING DATE: 08/27/14
CLOSING DATE: Continuous

DEPARTMENT: Legal

POSITION DETAILS:
This is professional legal work with primary responsibility for prosecution of
criminal misdemeanor violations and traffic infractions in Auburn Municipal
Court. Also handles proceedings relating to civil drug forfeiture proceedings. The City Attorney will allocate and assign duties, responsibilities and tasks among the prosecutors. Duties, responsibilities and tasks shall be divided among the prosecutors with a focus on periodic rotation, to assure a relatively even division of work and to provide a varied work experience for the prosecutors

PRIMARY DUTIES
* Prosecutes violations of City's criminal and traffic code.
* Handles court proceedings including: arraignments, pre-trial hearings and
motions, jury and bench trials, sentencings, review hearings and appeals.
* Handles civil drug forfeiture proceedings including notices, hearings,
motions and appeals.
* Prepares cases for prosecution including contacting the Police Department, witnesses, victims and defense attorneys.
* Prepares briefs in all court proceedings, including appeals.
* Prosecutes cases in Municipal and District Courts and handle appeals to
Superior Court, Court of Appeals and Washington Supreme Court.
* Represents the City in civil drug forfeiture hearings and handles any
removals to District Court and appeals to Superior Court, Court of Appeals
and Washington Supreme Court.
* Performs legal research on issues relating to criminal prosecution, traffic
infractions and drug seizure and forfeiture actions.
* Maintains and applies knowledge of criminal/traffic misdemeanor law; drug seizure and forfeiture law; criminal procedure including filing ofcitations and complaints; pretrial motions; jury and bench trials; sentencing procedures, including appeals from Municipal and District Courts; and municipal and general law.
* Manages criminal prosecution caseload, coordinating with Police Department and Courts for effective and efficient case management.
* Grasps complex factual data, draws appropriate conclusions and formulates sound legal decisions in the performance of job duties.
* Communicates complex legal ideas orally and in writing to a variety of audiences in a clear, comprehensive and professional manner.
* Drafts briefs and ordinances, and organizes the criminal prosecution function for the most efficient operation.
* Advises the City Attorney and/or Assistant City Attorney on appropriate changes to be made to the City Code to conform to state laws and case law requirements.
* Works courteously, cooperatively, effectively and professionally with public officials, City Attorney staff, City Staff, the Police Department, the Courts, private attorneys, public defenders, supervisor, and the public in prosecutions and in carrying out duties and responsibilities of the position.
* Effectively handles a heavy caseload and works with several cases simultaneously.
* Regular, reliable and punctual attendance
* Due to internal and external customer service needs, incumbent must be able to work a full time schedule, on-site (appropriate City work sites).
* Maintains confidentiality regarding sensitive and/or legal information.
* Works effectively under pressure and with frequent interruptions.
* Completes work and projects in a thorough and timely manner.
* Understands and follows directions from supervisor, posted work rules and
procedures.
* Shows initiative in performing job duties.
* Performs related work as required.
*= Primary function.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Graduation from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association and licensed to practice in the State of Washington. A minimum of oneyear experience prosecuting criminal misdemeanor cases and traffic violation cases or equivalent experience.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Work is generally performed in a climate controlled office or courtroom. While performing the duties of this job, the incumbent is regularly required to sit, talk and hear; frequently required to work and use hands to finger, feel or handle writing utensils, computers and office supplies, occasionally required to stand and reach with hands and arms; and occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. May be required to stand or sit for extended periods of time. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close, distance, color, and peripheral vision; depth perception; and the ability to adjust focus. Position requires mental acuity to ensure thorough mental analysis of situations in a fast-paced environment. Employee is required to maintain confidentiality of information within the department. Because of the nature of work, the employee may be required to deal with irate, individuals requiring the use of conflict management skills. Employee is frequently required to perform work in confidence and under pressure for deadlines, and is required to maintain professional composure and tact, patience and courtesy at all times.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

City Prosecutor Supplemental Questionnaire
* 1. Your application materials will be evaluated against the posted minimum and preferred qualifications. Please be sure your general application clearly reflects the posted qualifications. In addition, applicants will be evaluated in the following areas. You must address these areas in order to receive maximum credit for your experience and training. Describe your experience prosecuting criminal misdemeanor cases and traffic violation cases.
* 2. Describe your experience in assisting in the preparation of routine and complex legal correspondence and documents, including briefs, pleadings and motions.
* 3. Describe your research and organizational skills. Provide an example of a complex research project you assisted in and delineate your specific responsibilities.
* 4. How would you describe the role of the City Prosecutor in terms of impact on the
community?
* 5. In twenty-five words or less, please describe your prosecution philosophy.

* Required Question

Associate Engineer for the City of Auburn

CITY OF AUBURN invites applications for the position of:

Associate Engineer

25 WEST MAIN STREET
AUBURN, WA 98001
HUMAN RESOURCES: 253-931-3040
JOBLINE: 253-931-3077
TTY: 253-288-3139

An Equal Opportunity Employer

SALARY
Monthly
$6,036.00 - $7,420.00
OPENING DATE: 08/28/14
CLOSING DATE: Continuous

DEPARTMENT: Community Development & Public Works


POSITION DETAILS:
This is an entry-level engineering position responsible for providing engineering
support functions for Project Engineers of the City, in association with the design and construction of various City public works capital improvement projects. .

PRIMARY DUTIES
* Supports Project Engineers in the effort to plan, organize, and schedule the design
and construction of capital public works improvement projects.
* Performs design work associated with capital public works improvement projects
including transportation, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, water, and wetland
mitigation/environmental projects.
* Develops, reviews, and interprets engineering documents, construction plans, bid
specifications, cost estimates, schedules, and contract proposals.
* Develops and reviews various engineering reports, feasibility studies, environmental
documents, and pre-design work.
* Assists Project Engineers in the acquisition and execution of permits and approvals
necessary for project implementation.
* Conducts research into products, services, and construction methods, as needed, to
facilitate project design and construction activities.
* Performs engineering calculations associated with the design and construction of
capital public works projects, including quantity take-offs and construction estimates.
* Uses computers for word processing, complex spreadsheet applications, and project
scheduling; understands and utilizes CADD drafting and design applications.
Supports Project Engineers in the retainment and management of engineering
consultants relating to the design of capital public works improvement projects.
* Assists in monitoring capital public works improvement budgets ensuring that design
and construction activities are within budget constraints.
* Assists with the coordination with Federal, State, County, and local agencies,
railroads, private utility companies, the public, and other City Departments relating to the design and construction of capital public works improvement projects.
* Supports the preparation of grant applications and administration documentation.
* Responds both orally and in writing to citizen concerns related to the development,
design, and construction of capital public works improvement projects.
* Deals tactfully and courteously with the public, coworkers, and other City employees, occasionally in difficult customer service situations.
* Maintains knowledge of engineering principles particularly related to public
transportation and utility systems and municipal engineering procedures and practices.
* Interprets legal regulations and guidelines.
* Works on a number of diverse capital public works improvement projects
simultaneously.
* Establishes and maintains working relationships as necessitated by work
assignments.
* Demonstrates strong oral and written communications skills.
* Demonstrates decision making skills and determines alternative solutions to complex
technical problems and issues.
* Regular, reliable, and punctual attendance
* Due to internal and external customer service needs, the incumbent must be able to
work a full-time schedule, onsite (appropriate City worksites).
* Shows initiative in performing job functions.
* Meets deadlines for assigned tasks.
* Operates a motor vehicle using a standard driver’s license.
* Work independently with little direction.
* Shows initiative in performing job duties.
* = Primary function. Other primary functions may be identified on a project by project basis.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
* Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from a school accredited by the
Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).
* Posses a current state issued Engineer In Training (E.I.T.) certificate and a
valid Washington state driver’s license without impending loss required at
time of appointment.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The employee works both indoors in a clean, climate-controlled workspace and
outdoors, sometimes during inclement weather; required to sit, talk, and hear; frequently required to use hands to finger, feel, or handle writing utensils, computers, and office supplies which require repetitive arm, wrist, and hand movement;
occasionally required to stand and reach with arms and hands, climb, balance, stoop,
kneel, crouch, bend, or crawl. Specific vision abilities include close, distant, color, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. The employee is occasionally required to lift or move up to 35 pounds. The employee visits job sites that require walking on uneven, rocky, or rough ground. The position requires mental acuity to ensure thorough mental analysis of situations in a fast-paced environment. The employee is required to maintain confidentiality of information within the department. The employee may be required to deal with irate, disgruntled individuals requiring the use of conflict management skills. The employee is frequently required to perform work in confidence and under pressure for deadlines, and is required to maintain professional composure, tact, patience, and courtesy at all times.

An Equal Opportunity Employer
Associate Engineer Supplemental Questionnaire
* 1. Please describe your experience reviewing and interpreting engineering documents and construction plans.
* 2. Please describe your experience and skills that you believe make you a competitive candidate for the position of Associate Engineer. Include in your answer specific experience
and skills you believe apply to the specialized area(s) you have selected.

* Required Question

Instruction & Classroom Support Technician 2 at Central College

Position: Instruction & Classroom Support Technician 2 - Job # C14012
Location: GHEC/ABE
Schedule: 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Hours: 8.00/Day 40.00/Week
Salary: Range 44 $2,920/mo - $3,819/mo
Posting Date:8/21/2014 Closing Date:9/5/2014
Until Filled:9/5/2014

Summary

WHO MAY APPLY:
Centralia College is recruiting to establish a candidate pool for Instruction & Classroom Support Technician 2 for current and future openings. There is currently one full-time position opening at the Garrett Heyns Education Center located at the Washington Corrections Center in Shelton, an adult male prison facility. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
Under the supervision of the Dean of Corrections Education and other faculty, the Support Technician will assist with instructional materials and equipment and provide classroom supervision for the ABE/Horticulture program; this program is offered to offenders who reside in the Skill Building Unit, which houses the Development Disability Program. The Support Technician may also provide instructional support for ABE, ESL, GED, and Vocational Orientation programs. This position will assess student progress and make recommendations to students based on test scores; prepare, maintain, and make recommendations based on data analysis reports on the Diagnostic Assessment Program; supervise student workers including but not limited to review of policies and procedural processes in the Testing Center; and perform other duties as required. Potential duties may include evening and Saturday assignments.

EMPLOYMENT QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution OR equivalent, relevant education/experience with no less than an associates degree.

Preference will be given to applicants that have experience teaching reading, writing and math to learning disabled and academically challenged adults; experience using innovative teaching strategies and technology for instructional purposes; and demonstrated ability to work flexibly and effectively with other department members in a highly structured physical environment.

Note: Successful applicant must be willing to abide by all Department of Corrections policies, regulations, and procedures, and will be required to attend Department of Corrections training including a six-week employee CORE training program.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
To be considered for this position, an official Centralia College application form must be submitted through our on-line process AND supplemental application form must be RECEIVED in the Human Resources Office via electronic or US Mail by 5:00 p.m. on September 5, 2014. Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications to be considered for the position. Meeting the qualifications does not guarantee a passing or competitive score on this examination. All application materials will become property of Centralia College and cannot be returned.

ABOUT GARRETT HEYNS:
The Garrett Heyns Education Center is located within the Washington Corrections Center which houses the State's male Reception and Diagnostic Center and a medium security corrections facility. The Center is situated on a 465-acre site three miles north of the City of Shelton, Washington.

The Education Center opened in 1964 under the jurisdiction of Shelton School District 309. In 1972 the Garrett Heyns Education Center became part of the Community College system when it was merged with Olympic College in Bremerton, operating as Community College District 3.

Centralia College has operated the education center since July, 1975 under an agreement between the Washington State Department of Corrections and Community College District 12.

The Garrett Heyns Education Center offers a unique program as part of the Department of Corrections' Reception Diagnostic Center located at WCC. The Center provides educational diagnostic services and educational placement information to the Department and provides educational profiles to DOC "parent" institutions. The Education Center also provides GED preparation and testing services as well as some vocational and parenting programs for offenders. The Garrett Heyns Education Center is a branch campus of Centralia College.


CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Classified employees are represented by the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE). All represented employees must become members or pay the agency fee, the non-association fee, or the representation fee within 30 calendar days of hire.

MISSION STATEMENT:
Improving people’s lives through life-long learning.

ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION:
If you are hired, you will need proof of identity, and documentation of U.S. citizenship or legal authorization to work.

BACKGROUND CHECK:
The successful candidate’s continued employment will be contingent upon completing a successful background check to the satisfaction of the college.

DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS:
The Human Resources Office is accessible for persons with disabilities. If you need disability accommodation in the application/employment process, please call (360) 736-9391, ext. 213.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:
It is the policy of Centralia College to assure equal employment opportunity and non-discrimination on the basis of race or ethnicity, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age, religion, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, and status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran. The College will make every effort to eliminate barriers to equal opportunity encountered by these protected group members, and improve employment opportunities available to underutilized groups.

It is the policy of Centralia College to assure equal employment opportunity and non-discrimination on the basis of race or ethnicity, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age (over 40), religion, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran.

Centralia College does not discriminate in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. Designated Title II, VI, VII, IX, Section 504, ADA compliance officer: Vice President for Human Resources and Legal Affairs, Hanson Hall Room 101, Centralia College, 600 Centralia College Blvd, Centralia WA 98531-4099, 360.736.9391, extension 285.

CORRECTIONS OR EXTENDED NOTICES:
Corrected or extended notices will be posted in the Human Resources Office.


Office Assistant 2 at Centralia College

Position: Office Assistant 2 - Job # C14013
Location: Financial Aid Office
Schedule: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hours: 8.00/Day 40.00/Week
Salary: Range 28 $2,016/mo - $2,598/mo
Posting Date:8/25/2014 Closing Date:9/12/2014
Until Filled:9/12/2014

Summary

WHO MAY APPLY:
Centralia College is recruiting to establish a candidate pool for Office Assistant 2 for current and future openings. There is currently one full-time position opening in the Financial Aid Office. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
Under general supervision of the Assistant Director of Financial Aid, this position participates in the daily operation and performs specialized technical/clerical duties in support of the Financial Aid Office including composing written communications, and establishing and maintaining records related to financial aid processes. General knowledge of traditional financial aid, student employment, WorkFirst Tuition Assistance, Worker Retraining and Opportunity Grant needed to respond to inquiries from students, staff and public with information and interpretation of policies and procedures related to financial aid processes.

Principal accountabilities include:

Front Counter – Primary responsibility of managing the front counter; following established guidelines, responds to inquiries regarding the financial aid programs available to students; answers telephones, receives and refers current and prospective students; responsible for receiving and processing mail, and documents over the counter; performs electronic mail tasks.

Computer Knowledge – Performs basic word processing for standard tracking letters to financial aid students; also performs basic computer functions with the Centralia College financial aid (FAS) and verifies information in admissions (SMS) database.

Academic Progress – Assists with compiling and distributing probation/cancellation letters based on grades and phone notification of canceled students; prepares files for appeal consideration.

Provide Office Assistant as Needed – Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, lead responsibility for the front counter reception duties, including filing of student paperwork; preparing files for all student applicants; assisting Program Assistant with basic word processing of letters; may direct the work of student workers; and performs other duties as required.

EMPLOYMENT QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum:
High school graduation or equivalent AND one year of clerical experience.

Preference will be given to individuals with knowledge of traditional financial aid, student employment, WorkFirst Tuition Assistance, Worker Retraining and Opportunity Grant; excellent customer service skills; demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a multi-ethnic, culturally and economically diverse population of students and a proven ability to provide assistance and support in difficult situations, both in person and by telephone; the ability to maintain order, confidentiality, composure, and professionalism in a busy open office setting; and intermediate work processing skills using Microsoft Office software in a Windows environment.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
To be considered for this position, an official Centralia College application form must be submitted through our on-line process AND supplemental application form must be RECEIVED in the Human Resources Office via electronic or US Mail by 5:00 p.m. on September 12, 2014. Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications to apply. Meeting the qualifications does not guarantee a passing or competitive score on this examination. All application materials will become property of Centralia College and cannot be returned.


CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Classified employees are represented by the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE). All represented employees must become members or pay the agency fee, the non-association fee, or the representation fee within 30 calendar days of hire.

MISSION STATEMENT:
Improving people’s lives through life-long learning.

ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION:
If you are hired, you will need proof of identity, and documentation of U.S. citizenship or legal authorization to work.

BACKGROUND CHECK:
The successful candidate’s continued employment will be contingent upon completing a successful background check to the satisfaction of the college.

DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS:
The Human Resources Office is accessible for persons with disabilities. If you need disability accommodation in the application/employment process, please call (360) 736-9391, ext. 213.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:
It is the policy of Centralia College to assure equal employment opportunity and non-discrimination on the basis of race or ethnicity, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age, religion, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, and status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran. The College will make every effort to eliminate barriers to equal opportunity encountered by these protected group members, and improve employment opportunities available to underutilized groups.

It is the policy of Centralia College to assure equal employment opportunity and non-discrimination on the basis of race or ethnicity, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age (over 40), religion, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran.

Centralia College does not discriminate in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. Designated Title II, VI, VII, IX, Section 504, ADA compliance officer: Vice President for Human Resources and Legal Affairs, Hanson Hall Room 101, Centralia College, 600 Centralia College Blvd, Centralia WA 98531-4099, 360.736.9391, extension 285.

CORRECTIONS OR EXTENDED NOTICES:
Corrected or extended notices will be posted in the Human Resources Office.


Natural Resource Scientist 2 at the Dept. of Natural Resources

Natural Resource Scientist 2
Fish Biologist
Recruitment # 2014-08-7328-08157
SALARY RANGE: $3,549– $4,653 per month

TYPE OF POSITION:
Permanent, Full-time. This position is represented by the WFSE.
Important Note: Once appointed to this position the incumbent will be required to pay union dues or other representation fees within the first 30 days of employment.

LOCATION: Olympia, Washington

CLOSES: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Note: It is to your advantage to submit your materials sooner than later. Recruitment may close at any time without prior notification.

POSITION PROFILE:
The position designs and implements monitoring of fish populations’ response to managed landscapes in the Olympic Experimental State Forest (OESF) as part of the Agency’s implementation of the Habitat Conservation Plan for state trust lands.
The work includes development of a study plan; data collection, data management and analysis of fish population dynamics and habitat conditions; cooperation with external researchers; and reporting. The work is conducted under the supervision of the OESF Research and Monitoring Manager.

The position also provides consultation on fish biology, ecology and conservation for planning and monitoring projects on state lands such as the OESF Forest Land Plan and Sustainable Harvest Calculation. This includes reviewing and/or conducting
environmental analyses, providing comments on external conservation and management plans, and communicating with stakeholders and other interested parties.

The incumbent will lead a project, organize and prioritize workload, communicate with others, and work in a team environment.

About 70 percent of the work is conducted in the office in Olympia and about 30 percent of the time will be spent traveling to the OESF for field work, field tours, and meetings.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resource Sciences, Natural Resource Management, Fisheries, Ecology or Biology.
• At least three (3) years of research work experience in fish ecology;
• Working knowledge of anadromous salmonid ecology;
• Knowledge of and experience with research methods in fish ecology and population biology;
• Knowledge of statistical theory and experience with statistical techniques;
• GIS knowledge and experience;
• Good writing skills.

Note: A Master’s degree will substitute for two (2) of the required three (3) years experience in fish ecology and PhD will substitute for
all of the required experience, provided the field of major study was in fish biology, ecology or conservation.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
• Understanding of natural resources management, particularly forest management;
• Experience with salmonid sampling techniques (such as spawner surveys, redd counts, weirs, traps, tagging);
• Experience with measuring/assessing biological and physical conditions in streams;
• Experience using remote sensing data (such as aerial photos, LiDAR, and satellite imagery);
• Database management skills and experience.
SPECIAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
• Ability to work on uneven terrain in all weather conditions.
• The incumbent in this position is required to travel.
• Must have a valid driver’s license and have two years of driving experience.
WHO MAY APPLY
• This recruitment is open to anyone who meets the required qualifications for this position.

Questions? Please contact Teodora Minkova at (360) 902-1175 or teodora.minkova@dnr.wa.gov or e-mail us at DNRrecruiting@dnr.wa.gov.

Postdoctoral, Research and Visiting Research Scientists

POSTDOCTORAL, RESEARCH AND VISITING RESEARCH SCIENTISTS
ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC SCIENCES
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY/GFDL

In collaboration with NOAA's Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL), the
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Program at Princeton University solicits applications
to its Postdoctoral, Research and Visiting Research Scientist Program.

The AOS Program and GFDL offer a stimulating environment with significant
computational and intellectual resources in which to conduct collaborative or independent research. We primarily seek applications from recent Ph.D.s for postdoctoral positions but will accept applications from more experienced researchers. Applications from independent researchers and more senior scientists who may need partial support for sabbatical or short visits may also be considered. Postdoctoral appointments are initially for one year with the possibility of renewal for a second year based on satisfactory performance and continued funding. A competitive salary is offered commensurate with experience and qualifications.

We seek applications in all areas of the climate sciences. This includes research in basic processes in atmospheric and oceanic dynamics; climate dynamics, variability and
prediction; atmospheric physics and chemistry; cloud dynamics and convection;
boundary layer processes; land-sea-ice dynamics; continental hydrology and land
processes; physical oceanography; ocean-atmosphere interaction; climate diagnostics and analysis. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline by the time their
appointment starts.

Further information about the Program may be obtained from:
http://www.princeton.edu/aos/. Applicants are encouraged to contact GFDL and
Princeton University scientists prior to application.

Complete applications, including a CV, copies of recent publications, names and contact information for at least 3 references in order to solicit letters of recommendation, and a titled (about three page) research proposal should be submitted by October 1, 2014 for full consideration. Applicants should apply online to http://jobs.princeton.edu, Requisition 1400521. These positions are subject to the University’s background check policy.

Princeton University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants
will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.