Thursday, August 28, 2014

Policy and Government Relations Internship at the Office of the Attortney General

Volunteer Intern – Policy and Government Relations Unit

Internship Length: October-December (depending on student schedule)

When submitting your volunteer application via email at http://www.atg.wa.gov/employment/volunteer.aspx, please indicate that you would like your materials forwarded to “Policy Team.” Please submit your materials by October 1.

The volunteer intern supports the Office of the Attorney General’s policy initiatives and priorities by providing assistance to the policy team.

Job responsibilities include:
• Participate in team meetings and brainstorming sessions.
• Assist in preparation and staffing of stakeholder meetings (communication with attendees, materials preparation, minutes, etc.).
• Respond to constituent and other stakeholder inquiries.
• Assist policy staff with a variety of research tasks related to policy development.
• Research and produce work product, such as memos, related to policy priorities at both the state and federal levels.
• Administrative functions, including copying, filing and scheduling meetings.
• Other duties as assigned.

The unit’s program specialist supervises the volunteer intern.

Although the internship is unpaid, school credit may be earned depending on program requirements. Several internships are available each year between April-December.

Requirements:
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Interest in policy and political science.
• Ability to work both collaboratively and independently.
• Work under tight deadlines and balance several projects at one time.
• Familiarity working with Word, Excel and Outlook.
• Physically able to walk several blocks.

Familiarity with the legislative process and experience communicating with elected officials is helpful but not required.

Contact:
Rebecca Podszus
Program Specialist, Policy and Government Affairs
Washington State Attorney General’s Office
rebeccap3@atg.wa.gov

Deputy Chief Information Officer at the Dept. of Social and Health Services

Deputy Chief Information Officer (08468)
Opening Date/Time: Wed. 08/27/14 12:00 AM Pacific Time
Closing Date/Time: Tue. 09/30/14 11:59 PM Pacific Time
Salary: $90,000.00 - $102,000.00 Annually

Job Type: Full Time - Permanent
Location: Thurston County – Olympia, Washington
Department: Dept. of Social and Health Services


The Information System Services Division (ISSD) of the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) is recruiting a high-energy, customer oriented, experienced technology leader. This position will be classified as a Washington Management Service (WMS*) Band 3.

In addition to providing direct technology services and support across DSHS, ISSD also develops, maintains and monitors agency-wide technology architectures, programs and policies. There are approximately 200 full-time employees (FTEs) within the Information Technology (IT) division.

This position is located on the Capitol Campus in Olympia, Washington directly off of Interstate 5, and is only a short walking distance from a variety of unique shops, restaurants, bus lines, city parks, and waterfront. With an economic engine fueled to a great extent by state government, Olympia enjoys the benefits of a stable work force, engaged and educated community, and well-supported school system. If you live in Washington, you already know that Washington State has earned the 2014 title of “The Best State to Make a Living” from Forbes Magazine. Read further to learn of more great reasons to consider a position with DSHS.


Duties:
The Deputy Chief Information Officer (Deputy CIO) for Operational Services provides oversight and leadership for ISSD operations. The position manages teams, totaling about 70 FTEs, providing direct service in support of both Agency-wide and Division-level services. These teams include:
- The Office of Operations which supplies mainframe system support services and document management services;
- The ISSD Service Desk which acts as first tier support for both ISSD services and many agency-wide services;
- The LAN/Desktop Support team which provides LAN/Desktop services for approximately 1200 FTEs;
- ISSD business office functions; and
- The ISSD Lean management program.

The position also provides:
- Operational oversight to the agency DSHS Disaster Recovery program, including alignment with the agency Continuity of Operations Plan.
- Leads mainframe and related legacy modernization planning across DSHS programs and across mainframe technologies (Unisys and IBM).
- Supplies thorough leadership and sponsorship for current and future enterprise service business operations, architecture and technologies.

The position plays a key role in agency-wide IT governance and is a trusted advisor to the agency CIO and the IT leadership within DSHS. When needed, this position acts in the place of the Chief Information Officer.

Qualifications:
Required Education, Experience, an Competencies

Applicants must meet or exceed qualifications in these six areas:
1. Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Information Technology or a closely related field;
2. A minimum of seven (7) years experience managing in an IT environment, holding progressively responsible leadership or management roles with a proven track record of leading technology teams providing a wide spectrum of services;
3. A minimum of one year of experience as a second-line technical manager or similar;
4. Demonstrated advanced expertise in all aspects of IT security policy setting/review;
5. Demonstrated advanced expertise in disaster recovery planning and testing; And
6. Ability to maintain the highest standards of personal, professional and ethical conduct and support the state’s goals for a diverse workforce.


Desirable qualifications include:
- Prior experience managing and overseeing mainframe computer environments and supporting services.
- Prior experience managing and overseeing Enterprise service business technologies.
- Prior experience utilizing SDLC and ITIL-based best practices in delivery of operational services.
- Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in IT strategic and tactical plan development and implementation.
- Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with development and management of service level agreements, key performance indicators and other metrics.
- Ability to apply management principles including planning, organizing, monitoring, controlling and motivating staff at various levels within the organization.
- Ability to support effective communications within the Operations Office, across the Division and throughout the agency.
- Demonstrated understanding of and experience in deploying process and practice improvement methods and methodologies, such as Six Sigma and Lean Management.
- Demonstrated ability to administer budgets, staffing, facilities, contracts and service level agreements.
- Ability to sponsor and/or lead workgroups and work teams to achieve high quality results.
- Ability to foster collaborative relationships within the Operations team, across the agency and with external customers, partners and stakeholders.
- Demonstrated understanding of operations in a federal, state or local government environment.


Supplemental Information:
This position is classified as overtime exempt.

While currently classified as *WMS, a request to move this position to Exempt classification is under consideration and if approved would occur in the near future.

To be considered you must apply online at www.careers.wa.gov. Use reference number 08468 when searching for the job announcement.

For your application to be considered complete, you must attach in your application document:
- A letter of interest specifically addressing how your experience meets the qualifications listed in this announcement;
- A current, professional chronological resume that includes information on how the mandatory and (some number of) desirable qualifications are met; And
- Three (3) professional reference contacts with current contact information.
Failure to provide these application documents will result in disqualification.


The information provided in your application and attached materials must support your experience and education and will be verified. Documentation may be required. Responses not supported in your application will disqualify you for consideration of employment from this requisition.

The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, race, creed, color, national origin, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. Persons requiring accommodation in the application process or this job announcement in an alternative format may contact the recruiter at (360) 725-5848. Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call through the Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6388.

If you have questions regarding this recruitment or technical issues while applying, please call Jenny Bastrom at (360) 725-5848 or at bastrjl@dshs.wa.gov.


Behavioral Health Program Manager at the Dept. of Social Health Services

Behavioral Health Program Manager (08248)
Opening Date/Time: Fri. 08/22/14 12:00 AM Pacific Time
Closing Date/Time: Mon. 09/01/14 11:59 PM Pacific Time
Salary: $63,144.00 - $81,600.00 Annually

Job Type: Full Time - Permanent
Location: Thurston County – Lacey, Washington
Department: Dept. of Social and Health Services


The Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), Behavioral Health and Services Integration Administration (BHSIA), is searching for a well-versed and culturally competent Behavioral Health Program Manager in the Lacey, WA office.

BHSIA provides leadership to improve the health status of vulnerable populations, improve economic stability and self-sufficiency, and improve individual and public safety of individuals, families and communities in Washington State. BHSIA includes the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR), the Management Services Division, the office of service integration and three state psychiatric hospitals.

This position reports to the Deputy Assistant Secretary for BHSIA and is responsible for working with the hospitals Regional Support Networks and mental health providers to plan and deliver intensive support and treatment services to civilly committed individuals who are transitioning to the community. This program is being developed as the result of recently enacted legislation regarding individuals who are civilly committed to the state hospitals following the dismissal of criminal charges due to a continued incompetence to stand trial yet continue to present a substantial likelihood of committing future violent acts.



Duties:
The Behavioral Health Program Manager position is statewide and directly impacts public safety, mental health consumers, the public mental health system including Regional Support Networks (RSN) operations and policies, and DBHR statewide policy development.


This position directly contributes to and impacts the BHSIA and DBHR mission of public safety and improving the health of vulnerable individuals by providing leadership and expertise for improving outcomes of the mental health system and Involuntary Treatment Act.


Some of the opportunities you will have include

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to significantly improve transition services for patients which in turn will lead to increased safety for the community and for improved care for patients through the implementation recently enacted legislation related to forensic services.

As the Behavioral Health Program Manager you will be able to facilitate workgroups or individual work sessions and provide technical assistance to ensure contractors understand measurements of compliance with designated contracts.


Working in this position you will act as a liaison between the hospitals and the DSHS Victim/Witness Notification Program.


This is an opportunity to represent the state hospitals on the interagency End of Sentence Review Committee.

The Program Manager will provide timely and expert information and guidance to the Deputy Assistant Secretary and a broad range of constituents and stakeholders, including legislative staff and the RSNs.

Qualifications:
Required Qualifications:

A Bachelor’s degree with major area of study in social services or other related field.

AND

Two years of experience in transitioning high risk clients from institutional/hospital settings.

This challenging position requires experience and knowledge in:
State of Washington’s behavioral health system, including Regional Support Networks, community behavioral health providers, crisis and commitment services, forensic services and pertinent RCW and WAC.
Public sector contracting regulations and processes.
Working collaboratively with multiple stakeholders, including publicly funded behavioral health consumers, advocates and providers.
Behavioral health performance improvement and outcomes measurement methodologies and practices.

Desirable experience includes:
Master’s degree or other advanced degree in social services, public administration or other relevant field.


Supplemental Information:
APPLICATION PROCESS

To be considered for this position, you must attach the following documents to your profile on the www.careers.wa.gov website:
- A letter of interest specifically addressing the qualifications in this announcement.
- A current chronological resume.
- Three professional references, including at least one supervisor within the last three years, with current contact information.

The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, race, creed, color, national origin, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. Persons requiring accommodation in the application process or this job announcement in an alternative format may contact the recruiter at (360) 902-8056. Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call through the Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6388.

Should you have questions about completing the application packet, please contact Wendy Brand at 360-902-8056 or BrandyW@dshs.wa.gov.

Environmental Science Center Salmon Naturalist at the Environmental Science Center

Position Description:
Environmental Science Center Salmon Naturalist

We are currently hiring Field Naturalists for our fall Salmon Heroes Program, to take place at Normandy Park Cove in Burien.

Responsibilities:
- Conduct field study programs for students in 4th-12th grades about salmon life cycle, anatomy, and habitat needs, watershed health, and human impacts on salmon habitat (ESC curriculum provided).
- Model appropriate stewardship behavior.
- Guide groups of 10-15 students during field study programs.

Qualifications:
- Experience teaching children and adults in informal settings.
- Knowledge of the western Washington riparian ecosystem, human impacts on watershed health, and the lifecycle, habitat needs, and ecological importance of salmon.
- Willingness to work outdoors in all weather conditions.
- Exceptional interpretive skills.
- Must have reliable transportation.
- Must be able to pass a Washington State background check.

Compensation: $17.00/hour - $19.00/hour DOE
Time Commitment: Part-time/ seasonal, based on demand.

The ESC salmon season starts in September and runs through January, 2015. Field study investigation trips will take place during the weeks of October 6-10, October 20-24, November 3-7, November 17-21, and December 8-12. Field studies last 3 hours, and are scheduled Monday – Friday between the hours of 9:00am and 1:00pm. There may be special weekend projects that occur on occasion. Beach naturalist time commitment per shift is approximately 3.5 hours. Attendance is required at a training session to be held in mid-September.

Supervisor: ESC Programs Manager Kasey Dolin.

Work Location: Normandy Park Cove (1500 SW Shorebrook Drive, Normandy Park, WA 98166).

How to Apply:
Please send a letter of interest, resume and three references via e-mail to ESC’s Program Manager by emailing Programs@EnvScienceCenter.org. For more details about the Salmon Heroes Program, see www.envsciencecenter.org/salmon-heroes/.

For candidates with experience teaching in the classroom, there may be opportunities to deliver the in-school components of our Salmon Heroes Program. Classroom delivery runs from October 1 – January 16, alternating with field weeks. If you are interested in both classroom and field delivery, please indicate this in your cover letter.

Client Services Technician at South Sound 911

Client Services Technician
Hourly rate of pay - $22.57 - $30.24

Position Description
Client Services Technicians perform technical, analytical and customer-oriented work by resolving questions, providing assistance and troubleshooting complex computer and application problems. This work is performed in person and on the phone. This position also assists with on-going maintenance efforts and security of South Sound 911 computers. The successful candidate will demonstrate proficiency in customer service orientation and troubleshooting skills. Working conditions include shift work.

Required qualifications:
- Associate’s degree in Information Technology or related field, or one year of progressively responsible professional computer support experience in a computer support environment.
- Communication skills and a customer service orientation
- Working knowledge of PC environment and Windows OS
- Competent troubleshooting skills

All employees are expected to conduct themselves in the highest ethical manner at all times consistent with the high standards set forth by the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics. If you meet the qualifications, submit a resume and letter of interest to Cynthia.Shaffer@southsound911.org.

Hiring Process
We anticipate interviewing candidates immediately. Due to the confidential nature and demands of this position, candidates must possess an exemplary personal history and pass a background investigation, interviews, a polygraph examination and a psychological evaluation as part of the pre-conditional offer of employment. These standards are established to insure that the highest quality candidates are selected to serve our community. Apply now for the opportunity to serve your community in one of the most rewarding careers you’ll ever have.

About
South Sound 911 is the result of collaborative problem-solving efforts between 911 centers and the community. In November 2011, residents of Pierce County voted for a 0.1% sales tax increase to support public safety. With the community’s support, five 911 centers are consolidating or collocating under South Sound 911, and an integrated, reliable radio system will be built to provide better protection for first responders – and safer communities. Formation of South Sound 911 and its radio system is underway. Through its member agencies – Pierce County, the City of Tacoma, the City of Lakewood, the City of Fife, and West Pierce Fire & Rescue – South Sound 911 will provide combined 911 and dispatch services for 16 law enforcement agencies and 22 fire departments. And in the very near future, South Sound 911’s new radio system will provide improved, inter-operable communications between dispatchers and law enforcement, fire and medical responders.

South Sound 911 currently employs over 170 personnel, many of whom work various shifts to provide 24-hour service for 911, dispatch, and records management. On Dec. 17, 2012, employees of the Law Enforcement Support Agency
LESA) became the first employees of South Sound 911. Other 911 centers expected to merge include Fife Communications, West Pierce Fire and Rescue's Fire Comm, and Tacoma Fire Communications. Buckley Communications merged with Fife Communications in December 2012.

Mission
We will provide a modern, unified emergency communication and response system to protect and serve our communities and partner agencies.

Vision
We will collaborate with regional partners to protect lives, property and communities. We will enhance public safety by:
- Assuring prompt responses to all emergencies and service requests
- Serving the public trust with reliable, efficient and financially responsible systems
- Inspiring industry excellence with innovative technologies and staff

About our Area
Our service area is geographically diverse and demanding. Pierce County is the second most populous county in Washington state and a hub of international travel and commerce – via the Port of Tacoma, the largest transportation corridor in the state (I-5), Puget Sound, its proximity to the Canadian border and its position as a Pacific Rim state. It is also a major part of the state’s military core with Joint Base Lewis-McChord located within the county.

Pierce County’s 1,790 square miles include a forested mountain range with the largest active volcano in the Pacific Northwest (Mount Rainier), several major earthquake faults, 217 miles of Puget Sound saltwater shorelines, and a 2,400-acre port facility.
Pierce County’s other notable and unique sites include the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, one of the longest suspension bridges in the world; Chambers Bay Golf Course, home to the 2015 U.S. Open Championships; LeMay – America’s Car Museum; Crystal Mountain Ski Resort; the Tacoma Dome, one of the largest wooden domed structures in the world;
the Washington State Fair, one of the 10 largest fairs in North America; Point Defiance Park and the 600-acre Northwest Trek wildlife preserve.

Monday, August 25, 2014

Senior Research Associate at the Evergreen State College

Senior Research Associate - Washington State Institute for Public Policy
Bulletin number: 2014-028SM

Opened: July 31, 2014

Closes: August 29, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. PST

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-exempt Senior Research Associate position available at the Washington State Institute for Public Policy. This position is an “at-will” appointment, exempt from Washington State Civil Service rules and the Fair Labor Standards Act overtime requirements.

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 $7,105 to $8,214 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.
- Permanent status employees that work 0.5 FTE or more are eligible for the tuition waiver program.

WASHINGTON STATE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY PROFILE
The Washington State Institute for Public Policy (WSIPP) is a cutting-edge nonpartisan public research group located in Olympia, the hub of Washington State government. WSIPP is a team of multidisciplinary researchers who conduct applied policy research for the state legislature in a creative and collaborative environment.

WSIPP is strongly committed to the core values of quality and impartiality. First created in 1983, WSIPP has become nationally and internationally recognized for the design, depth, and quality of its research reports and benefit-cost analyses.

POSITION PURPOSE
The Senior Research Associate conducts quantitative research on public policy topics. The work includes problem formulation, outcome evaluation design, literature reviews and meta-analysis, data and fiscal analysis, report writing, and presentations. The position involves close consultation with state legislative members and staff.

NATURE AND SCOPE
In November 2012, voters in Washington State passed Initiative 502 legalizing adult recreational use of marijuana. In the law, WSIPP was directed to conduct a series of evaluations of I-502 between 2015 and 2032 (see RCW 96.50.550). The evaluations will examine impacts on public health, public safety, substance use, the economy, the criminal justice system, and state and local costs and revenues. The law provides funding for this project through designated tax revenues.

The Senior Research Associate will lead WSIPP’s groundbreaking I-502 evaluation effort. The assignment offers the opportunity to explore new data sources and analytical methods in a high-profile emerging policy area. The Associate will become a national expert on the impacts of marijuana legalization. The results of this landmark study will be presented to the state legislature and other audiences and will inform state policy decision-making.

The ideal candidate will have a broad interest in evidence-based public policy, strong quantitative, communication, and leadership skills, and an eagerness to learn.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
- Master’s degree (or equivalent) in relevant discipline.
- Five or more years of paid work experience as a researcher.
- Significant experience and/or coursework in quantitative methods such as multiple regression or outcome evaluation design.
- Experience analyzing complex survey and/or administrative datasets and summarizing results in writing and orally.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
- Ph.D. in a relevant discipline.
- Recent work experience or graduate-level training in cost-benefit analysis, econometrics, outcome evaluation, or meta-analysis.
- Work experience or formal training in public policy, economics, public health, criminal justice, or a related social or behavioral science.
- Work experience in a government setting.
- Knowledge of the emerging marijuana regulatory environment.
- Knowledge of substance use epidemiology.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
- Lead and coordinate the WSIPP I-502 study, with support from other WSIPP researchers.
- Consult with the legislature, state agencies implementing the law, local governments, national experts, and stakeholders.
- Attend meetings through the state and serve as the public representative of WSIPP’s evaluation.
- Design and implement an evaluation plan.
- Conduct literature reviews, meta-analyses, and benefit-cost analysis.
- Write reports and present findings to the legislature and other audiences.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES
- Complete other projects upon request. The Associate’s work portfolio may vary depending on new legislative assignments.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Ability to work diplomatically, professionally, and in a nonpartisan manner on controversial issues.
- Ability to design and conduct rigorous outcome evaluations.
- Knowledge of and ability to perform advanced statistical analyses.
- Strong presentation, public speaking, and writing skills for both technical and lay audiences.
- Ability to coordinate and plan multi-faceted, long-term projects.
- Ability to work across multiple disciplines and with a variety of state agency partners.

WORK ENVIRONMENT
The Senior Research Associate works in an office environment with occasional meetings in a group setting. Flex scheduling is allowed, and a partial telecommuting schedule may be approved by the Associate Director.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
- Must provide proof of identity and employment eligibility within three days of beginning work.
- 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. A letter of application that addresses the extent to which you meet the Minimum Qualifications and the Desired Qualifications, and that thoroughly describes how your qualifications, education, training and work experience has prepared you to demonstrate the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities statements listed above.
2. A resume that includes a chronological work history that details your education, training and professional experience, including months and years in each position.
3. At least three work-related references including name, address, and telephone number. Note: By providing this information you are authorizing the college to contact your references.
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 - Registration and Records (Internal Only) 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.

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.ed

Fiscal Analyst 3 at the Evergreen State College

Fiscal Analyst 3
Bulletin number: 2014-030SM

Opens: August 8, 2014

Closing date: August 28, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. PST

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 Fiscal Analyst 3 position available in Business Services 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 $3,411 - $4,587 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
Under the direction of the Accounting Manager, provide accounting support and reporting to the managers of the college's auxiliary enterprise and service fund accounts.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, or closely related field.
- Three years of professional accounting experience.
- Two years of financial statement preparation experience (FASB/GASB).
- Banner Finance experience.
- Certified Public Accountant.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
- Prepare financial statements for auxiliary enterprise and service fund operations on a regular basis including preparation of balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, statement of net assets and source and application of funds statements with supporting schedules and footnotes.
- Translate state fund accounting information into profit and loss format, and tailor specialized reports for specific managers.
- Provide guidance and training to auxiliaries when needed including implementing new Point of Sale systems and during staff transitions, new reporting requirements, or changing guidelines for specific industry.
- Assist the auxiliary enterprise and service fund managers during the annual and biennial budget process; provide pro forma statements, hypothetical budget scenarios, comparisons from multiple years, and other information to individuals responsible for preparing budgets.
- Collect, report, and load annual budgets and budget adjustments into the accounting system.
- Assist the auxiliary enterprise and service fund managers in the understanding of trends producing historical documents or scenario projections such as five year or ten year plans.
- Assist Accounting Manager in general ledger review, investigating odd or unusual balance, and other account analysis.
- Perform quarterly review of payroll to apply unemployment recharges to the divisions.
- Responsible for establishing cross-departmental processes regarding the treatment, monitoring, tracking, replacement, and reporting of unclaimed property items.
- Oversight of capital project payment and retainage including: maintain capital project recaps by vendor and project to track payments and retainage withheld; perform monthly reconciliation of college held retainage; write letters to bank(s) requesting release of bank escrow held retainage.
- Review and check work processed by the auxiliary enterprise and service fund areas for accuracy and investigate any discrepancies found in the general ledger reports for the auxiliary enterprise and service funds and make corrections.
- Maintain documentation for various funds as needed.
- Prepare journal entries, accrual entries, and voucher distribution entries as necessary to maintain correct accounting records; process up-load journal entries.
- Perform account reconciliations of cash balances, accrued expenses, deposits, and accounts receivable and reconcile the general ledger to the supporting reports.
- Track all auxiliary revenue and make determinations regarding which purchases qualify as UBI; prepare for annual tax reporting.
- Develop, maintain, and update a desk manual describing procedures used to complete assigned duties.
- Perform internal financial reporting for Service, Auxiliary, and College funds.
- Assist with the year-end merchandise and consumable inventory count process.
- Conduct College-wide leave accounting as needed.
- Assist with the Housing year end asset capitalization and CIP entries
- Review and assist in the annual UBI tax reporting.
- Conduct year-end archiving.
- Perform general ledger review.
- Perform other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Knowledge of state fund accounting, Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), and Generally Accepted Accounting Principals (GAAP).
- Knowledge of relevant OFM guidelines and RCWs.
- Familiar with and understanding of the preparation and analysis of a variety of financial statements using various formats.
- Ability to research and analyze complex accounting issues.
- Ability to work independently.
- Ability to successfully work under pressure and multi-task, requiring a high degree of attention to detail and the ability to meet deadlines.
- Possess great customer relations skills including the ability to communicate technical accounting language and terms in a user-friendly format to auxiliary managers and support personnel.
- Ability to function effectively in a collaborative, culturally diverse work environment.
- Ability to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with coworkers and staff and maintaining them over time.
- Knowledge, skill, and proficiency with current computer technology including Microsoft Office suite (including advanced skill and ability with Excel); relational databases (Banner); Point of Sale systems; etc.
- Skill and ability to enter data accurately and independently analyze data, identify errors, and make corrections and accurate determinations of outcome.
- Must be organized and productive with extreme attention to detail.
- Ability to communicate highly complex and specialized technical information in understandable terms, both in person and on the phone.
- Ability to work occasional extra hours and/or weekends as needed.

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 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.

Campus Police Officer at the Evergreen State College

Campus Police Officer (Lateral)
Bulletin number: 2014-031SM

Opens: August 18, 2014

Closing date: September 16, 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
This recruitment is to establish an eligible pool of applicants for classified, overtime eligible Campus Police Officer – Lateral positions. The candidate pool established from this announcement may be used to fill comparable permanent, full-time, part-time, and temporary vacancies in the future.

We are seeking applicants who are currently certified as a peace officer in the State of Washington as outline in RCW 43.101.095, or eligible to meet the minimum standard for certification as set forth in RCW 43.101.200.

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 $3,494 - $4,700 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.

POLICE SERVICE’S MISSION STATEMENT
“A partnership based on mutual trust and understanding, between the members of the Evergreen community and the department of Police Services, sharing the responsibility of providing a safe learning and working environment through community awareness, involvement and education.”

POSITION PURPOSE
Under the general supervision of the Campus Police Sergeant, Campus Police Officers performs traditional law enforcement, peacekeeping and public service duties in accordance with Federal, State and College statutes and regulations; and are responsible for prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals and general enforcement of laws and ordinances.

NATURE AND SCOPE
The nature of police work requires that each Campus Police Officer possess the ability to expertly perform all of the tasks required to deal with the worst-case scenario. At any given time, a routine task being performed by a Campus Police Officer may suddenly become a violent confrontation. All skills, training and physical capabilities may be called upon instantaneously. Furthermore, Campus Police Officers are required to be a generalist with respect to their daily duties. The inability to perform even the most routine task conflicts with the public perception of what they can expect when they call for a uniformed Campus Police Officer. Campus Police Officers must have the ability to act decisively and without direct supervision in varying situations, including situations involving an element of personal danger.

Police Services is a 24/7 operation, requiring that Campus Police Officers be available to work day, evening and graveyard shifts, weekends and holidays and during emergency response situations. The current work schedule provides that the Campus Police Officer works five days on followed by four days off.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
- Serve as liaison to community constituents with an emphasis on staff and residents of campus housing.
- Perform Campus Police Officer duties in accordance with professional standards and in compliance with Police Services standard operating procedures and department guidelines, applicable state and federal laws, and local ordinances.
- Maintain proficiency or expertise in federal and state, institution and department policies, rules and regulations.
- Provide protection for persons and property on campus, which includes enforcement of federal, state laws and campus rules and regulations.
- Gather and secure evidence, protect crime scenes, investigate crimes, interview witnesses, suspects and other involved parties, make arrests and issue infractions and citations.
- Perform patrol functions by foot, bicycle and vehicle to prevent and detect criminal activity; investigate complaints of disturbance, accidents, stolen property, or criminal activity.
- Provide emergency and non-emergency assistance to local law enforcement agencies on and off campus.
- Document and write complete and accurate case and investigative reports on incidents responded to, describing detailed information and action taken.
- Operate police radios and paging system.
- Monitor alarms for fire, intrusion, and other related security need.
- Secure and unlock buildings and areas within.
- Provide escorts on campus for personal safety and security.
- Provide security for campus special events, social and sports events.
- Enforce pet policy and perform animal control functions as necessary.
- Maintain proficiency in Use of Force skills.
- Complete department-required training.
- Participate on committee, in meetings and represent the department as required.
- Attend staff meetings.
- Other duties as assigned.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES
- Provide parking/traffic assists including: directing traffic, jump-starts, vehicle entry and vehicle impounds (towing and booting equipment).
- Provide unlocks or access for students, staff and faculty as is required by existing policy.
- Operate telephone switchboard by providing backup support for emergency communications operations.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Excellent public relations skills.
- Skill and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with diverse constituents (i.e., students and other campus community members, the public, law enforcement officials and other employees), including knowledge and understanding of the policing, safety issues and concerns of the diverse cultures represented on campus, such as young adults, women, people of color, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender people and persons with disabilities.
- Ability to work with campus community to create a sense of ownership and partnership in their mutual safety and security.
- Knowledge of federal and state laws and the ability to learn and enforce college policies and procedures.
- Ability to perceive campus policing as a law enforcement and educational process.
- Ability to act decisively and without direct supervision in varying situations, including situations involving an element of personal danger.
- Ability to direct and/or effectively interact with others under emergency, unpredictable, unusual, stressful and/or dangerous conditions.
- Strong skill and ability to plan, organize, and coordinate competing and multiple functions and responsibilities.
- Ability and skill in responding to complaints, settling disputes, resolving grievances and conflicts, and/or negotiating with others while performing policing duties.
- Ability to use good judgment, and excellent reasoning and decision making skills to get information from all relevant sources, to form general conclusions about events and/or seemingly unrelated issues, and to identify alternative solutions, conclusions, and approaches to issues or problems.
- Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to communicate information and ideas so that others will understand.
- Skill and ability in writing timely and accurate case and investigative reports.
- Knowledge of and ability to use specialized police equipment, techniques and instruments, including firearms.
- Ability to safely operate motorized vehicles.
- Skill and ability to know when to assume command, recognize dangerous and stressful situations, and when to take proper corrective action.
- Ability to work alone and collaboratively as a member of a team.
- Ability to apply common sense discretion when performing peacekeeping and law enforcement functions.
- Ability to be honest and truthful in carrying out the responsibilities of the position.
- Ability to comprehend and apply complex policies and procedures.
- Commitment to and support of the department strategic plan, mission, goals and objectives.
- Commitment to facilitate the practice of the Community Oriented Policing (COP’s) philosophy as a way of doing business in Police Services.
- Ability to maintain a degree of fitness that allows participation in stressful, physically demanding, and/or confrontational situations (e.g., ability to stand and/or walk for long periods without breaks and in various weather conditions, ability to lift and/or push heavy objects, basic motor skills sufficient to perform essential duties, ability to remain aware and alert while performing duties, ability to maintain surveillance and/or stakeouts, vision correctable to 20/20, hearing within normal tolerances or correctable).
- Skill and ability to use general office equipment, including computers and related software.
- Ability to work varying shifts / schedules.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
- 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.
- Possession of a valid driver’s license.
- Have no felony convictions.
- Submit to a background and reference check.
- If extended a conditional offer of employment, submit to and successfully pass a polygraph test, psychological evaluation, and medical examination.
- Have the ability to work day, evening and graveyard shifts, weekends, holidays and during emergency situations, and overtime as needed.


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.

Admissions Constituent Relations Management System (CRMS) Project Manager at the Evergreen State College

Admissions Constituent Relations Management System (CRMS) Project Manager

This is a project position funded for four years from date of hire with the possibility of additional funding beyond that point.

Bulletin number: 2014-029SM

Opened: August 8, 2014

Closes: September 2, 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-exempt Admissions Constituent Relations Management System (CRMS) Project Manager project position available on the Olympia Campus of The Evergreen State College. This is a project position funded for four years from date of hire with the possibility of additional funding beyond that point. This position is exempt from Washington State Civil Service rules and the Fair Labor Standards Act overtime requirements.

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 $4,048 to $4,857 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.
- Permanent status employees that work 0.5 FTE or more are eligible for the tuition waiver program.

POSITION PURPOSE
Under the general direction of the Director of Admissions, this position is responsible for the successful implementation of a Constituent Relations Management System (CRMS) focused on student recruitment at the undergraduate and graduate level.

NATURE AND SCOPE
In consultation with the Director of Admissions, the scope of responsibility includes discretion to conduct analysis, design, and implement significant modifications to student recruitment processes within the Admissions Office through implementation of a CRMS. This position is the lead resource for the implementation of the CRMS. The project manager will be responsible for the implementation and support of the CRM system; develop, test, and integrate operating procedures to support communication with prospective students and provide management with the tools to monitor execution of recruitment strategies and evaluate effectiveness of those strategies. The project manager will oversee all data conversions and configuration of the new system as a result of business process analysis and potential re-engineering.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
- Three years of experience working in college Admissions.
- One year experience as a Project Manager implementing an information technology system.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree.
- Extensive project management experience implementing an information technology system, preferably a Constituent Relations Management System, in Admissions or other college setting.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
- Conduct business process analysis and based on this analysis, plan, lead, and manage the overall implementation of CRM software within timelines and expectations of quality.
- Work with the Associate Director, Administrative Computing, Executive Sponsors, Steering Committee, Subject Matter Experts, stakeholders, developers, and the vendor to determine project requirements, scope, charter, and change management process.
- Ensure that the CRM implementation plan is executed effectively and efficiently by leading and managing the entire process.
- In collaboration with vendor and necessary stakeholders, perform system administration configuration tasks such as: establish coding structures; define terms and parameters; determine schedules, dates and cycles; correlate and migrate data; etc.
- Maintain the official Project Plan, which is the basis of the shared agreement between Evergreen and the CRM vendor about project tasks, responsibilities, and timelines.
- Create and manage work breakdown structure (WBS) and scheduled project plan.
- Develop critical path analysis for project implementation.
- Facilitate the identification and definition of business and technical requirements.
- Manage business process change including business process redesign, training, and documentation.
- Manage project scope and timeline through formal change management processes.
- Manage project issues and risks through standard issue/risk processes.
- Facilitate data migration and maintain related documentation.
- Provide effective communication to establish a team environment for project members and make the necessary changes to business processes consistent with the new CRM system.
- Maintain documentation of overall project activities and results.
- Develop, facilitate, and/or provide all necessary training to implement CRM systems.
- Develop and maintain effective communications for various target audiences: Director of Admissions, Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management, affected work units, and project staff.

OTHER DUTIES
As a member of the Admissions Office this position may assist team members with all aspects of the admissions work load as necessary and in support of attaining the project’s deliverables and goals. For example, may provide temporary desk coverage for a team member who is engaged in a project task or to gain a better understanding of a business process (analysis through direct observation).

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Strong understanding of student recruitment concepts and processes.
- Functional knowledge of CRM systems and relationships to student recruitment practices and strategies.
- Comprehensive knowledge of project management principles and standard practices.
- Skill in and ability to implement information technology systems and working with technical computing staff to better understand and work on technical concepts, resolve issues, and develop alternative solutions as necessary.
- Effective interpersonal leadership skills and abilities to establish and maintain professional working relationships with co-workers, management, and other constituents.
- Ability to grasp technical concepts and experience applying them to business processes and information system implementation and ongoing support.
- Ability to develop, manage, maintain, and communicate appropriate project documentation, including project charter, work break-down structure, requirements, and contract terms and conditions.
- Ability to provide senior level consultation and specialized analysis, troubleshooting, and problem resolution for a high impact or mission critical application, project, database, supported product(s), or operational problems.
- Ability to communicate effectively (written and interpersonally) with both technical and non-technical parties.
- Ability to manage complex projects and/or multiple tasks and demands effectively.
- Ability to analyze complex problems and formulate plans for resolution.
- Ability to plan work initiatives and facilitate work without direct line authority.
- Ability to work effectively in a culturally diverse environment that requires consensus building.
- Proficiency with computer hardware and software including Microsoft office (Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).

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. A letter of application that addresses the extent to which you meet the Minimum Qualifications and the Desired Qualifications, and that thoroughly describes how your qualifications, education, training and work experience has prepared you to demonstrate the first 4 Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities statements listed above.
2. A resume that includes a chronological work history that details your education, training and professional experience, including months and years in each position.
3. At least three work-related references including name, address, and telephone number. Note: By providing this information you are authorizing the college to contact your references.
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.


Chief Human Resources Officer at the Dept. of Health

Chief Human Resources Officer (WMS Band 3) - (DOH2446)
Opening Date/Time: Thu. 08/21/14 12:00 AM Pacific Time
Closing Date/Time: Thu. 09/04/14 11:59 PM Pacific Time
Salary: $84,984.00 - $108,792.00 Annually

Job Type: Full Time - Permanent
Location: Thurston County – Tumwater, Washington
Department: Dept. of Health


The Washington State Department of Health is searching for an innovative and collaborative human resource leader to fill the position of Chief Human Resources Officer.

This position provides executive leadership for the department’s human resource (HR) and workforce development functions. The Chief HR Officer serves as strategic partner, advisor, and coach to the department’s executive and leadership team on both current and future human resource needs and issues. S/he represents the department on HR issues to agency staff, the Governor’s office, and counterparts in other state agencies.

The Chief HR Officer serves a critical role in implementing the department’s new strategic plan. S/he provides support and leadership in increasing employee engagement, transparency between management and staff, leadership development, and the organizational health of the department. This position supports agency diversity efforts, promotes training and provides assessment to divisions and offices on diversity issues. S/he also serves as the liaison to the State Human Resources Office and leads the Results Washington Employer of Choice work within the department. To learn more about Results Washington, visit http://www.results.wa.gov/.

The Chief HR Officer is responsible for a staff of twenty-one (21) and for the development and implementation of a $2.6 million biennial budget.

This position is a member of the department’s Leadership Team and responsible for the workforce strategies and vision of the agency. S/he partners with other agency leaders to handle enterprise operational issues and serves on the agency’s ethics and policy committees.

To learn more about the position and to view the complete position description, visit http://www.doh.wa.gov/Portals/1/Documents/9400/DOH2446_-_PDF.doc.

Agency Profile

The Washington State Department of Health works with federal, state, and local partners to help people in Washington stay healthy and safe. Our programs and services help prevent illness and injury, promote healthy places to live and work, provide education to help people make good health decisions and ensure our state is prepared for emergencies. DOH recognizes that employees are our most valuable resource. We trust them to be innovative, challenge existing processes, and make the best decisions. We strive to hire, develop, and retain a competent and diverse workforce. To learn more about DOH, visit http://www.doh.wa.gov.

About Washington State and the City of Tumwater

Within Washington's boundaries, one can find oceans, rain forests, mountains, and deserts. For the outdoor enthusiast, the options for recreation are almost limitless and include skiing, backpacking, and camping. Eastern Washington offers a dry, semiarid climate and is a gateway to spectacular wilderness areas in northern and central Idaho, northeastern Washington, and Canada. Access to large bodies of both fresh and salt water offer the boating, sailing, and windsurfing enthusiast boundless opportunity. The state also boasts some of the best hunting and fishing in the entire country.

Washington is viewed as a progressive and innovative state where people are outgoing and friendly. Seattle, Washington's largest city is located on Elliott Bay, one of the West Coast's most picturesque natural ports. State residents enjoy a quality of life enhanced by natural beauty, a mild year-round climate, and an international atmosphere.

The City of Tumwater is located at the southern tip of Puget Sound. The rugged Olympic Mountains rise in the distance and Mount Rainier seems close enough to touch on a clear day. Tumwater is just south of our state capitol, the City of Olympia. To learn more about the City of Tumwater, visit http://www.ci.tumwater.wa.us/, and to learn more about the Olympia and the Thurston County area, visit http://www.thurstonchamber.com/.

Candidate Profile

The Washington State Department of Health is most interested in candidates who meet or exceed the following qualifications and experience:

A Bachelor’s degree or higher in Public/Business Administration, Human Resource or Organizational Development, or a closely allied field.

Three (3) or more years of leadership experience with human resource/workforce management.

Demonstrated experience in relationship building skills and effective decision making.

Demonstrated experience in organizational development and strategic planning to support HR management.

Demonstrated experience supporting and developing diversity programs.

Extensive written and oral communication skills coupled with demonstrated experience communicating complex and unusual topics or issues both verbally and in writing to diverse audiences.

Demonstrated professional-level experience in the following subject areas:
Classification/Compensation
Labor Relations
Policy and Procedure development and administration
Workforce Development
Performance Management

Demonstrated leadership competencies in the following areas:
- Self-awareness, self-management and continual growth and learning.
- Utilize quality improvement tools and processes in accomplishing work activities and in support of the agency’s mission and goals; this includes seeking opportunities to participate in process improvement activities and seeking out efficiencies in how work is accomplished.
- Interpersonal awareness and the ability to be inclusive.
- Organizational and political awareness.
- Ability to integrate performance leadership into program activities, provide coaching and mentoring for improved success, provide personal recognition and celebrate successes, and display characteristics of interpersonal influence.
- Cultural, ethnic, and gender sensitivity and competency.

Compensation

This position reports to the Deputy Secretary of Administrative Operations and falls under the Washington Management Services (WMS) guidelines. To learn more about WMS visit, http://www.dop.wa.gov/CompClass/Management/Pages/WashingtonManagementService2.aspx.

The annual range of compensation is between $84,984 and $108,792, depending upon qualifications.

Washington State offers a full benefits package including vacation and sick leave, family medical and dental coverage, life insurance, retirement, and a deferred compensation, visit http://www.dop.wa.gov/CompClass/JobClassesSalaries/Pages/Benefits.aspx.

The Washington State Department of Health is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, persons over 40 years of age, disabled and Vietnam era veterans, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Applicants wishing assistance or alternative formats in the process should contact Linda Riggle at (360) 236-4226, Linda.Riggle@doh.wa.gov, or TDD Relay at 1-800-833-6388.

Application Process

Individuals interested in applying for this position should select the "Apply" button and submit the following:

1. A current detailed applicant profile; and attach your detailed Letter of Interest that addresses the elements in the “Candidate Profile” and Resume to your profile.
2. Five (5) or more professional references, to be included in your profile. Please include at least one supervisor, peer, and subordinate.
3. Responses to the Supplemental Questions.

Lunch Helper at UW Tacoma

Wanted: Lunch Helper

Dates Needed: Autumn Quarter (9/24/14-12/12/14), Tuesdays and Thursdays
Time: 12:35 pm

I am a UWT student with cerebral palsy. I have mobility impairment and need assistance with my lunch on the days that I have classes.

Job Description: Helping to get out and prepare my lunch. This may require putting food in the microwave, peeling a banana, putting a straw in a cup, helping me to put on aprons (towels), and assistance with clean up afterward. It is a simple job. I can feed myself, but I need assistance with getting lunch set up. It takes about 30-45 minutes total for me to eat lunch.

Rate of Pay: $10.00 per lunch
I need someone who is reliable and can commit to helping all quarter. If you are interested, or know another student that is, please email me at: geyenb@uw.edu

Director, Correctional Education Programs at Centralia College

Director, Correctional Education Programs - Job # E14012
External Job Posting
Location: Instruction/CCCC & GHEC
Schedule: 08:00am - 05:00pm
Hours: 8.00/Day 40.00/Week
Salary: DOQ/DOE
Posting Date: 8/21/2014
Closing Date:Until Filled
Until Filled:On Hire

Summary

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under general supervision of the Vice President of Instruction, this position is responsible for the administration of Cedar Creek and Garrett Heyns Corrections Center Education Programs located at the Cedar Creek Correction Center in Littlerock and the Washington Correction Center in Shelton, in accordance with the College’s mission, goals and objectives and in compliance with the State Board of Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) and the Department of Corrections (DOC) policies and procedures. This position regularly exercises independent judgment and discretion in the administration of the following: scheduling, instructional planning, course/program/staff evaluation, support services development and management, budget development and management, grant writing and management, operational management, and personnel management (faculty, exempt, and classified) for the division. The incumbent has direct responsibility for the planning, organizing, scheduling, implementing and evaluating the following day, evening, and outreach instructional programs, courses (curriculum), and educational services:
- ABE/GED
- ITC
- Testing Center
- Horticulture
- IBEST
- Building Maintenance
- Roofing/Siding/Drywall
- Offender Change
- Youthful Offender Program (OSPI)
- Reception Diagnostic Center (RDC)
- IMU

The position requires substantive knowledge of DOC policies and procedures as well as educational programs offered, including those mandated by the DOC. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Supervision of accurate records and reports in accordance with State and Federal laws and college and DOC policies. 2. Recruitment and retention activities for the educational programs within the corrections facility.
- Scheduling of instructor/staff workload.
- Oversight of quarterly and annual schedule development.
- Budget development and management.
- Contributing to college and instruction strategic planning.
- Acquisition of equipment and supplies.
- Participation in the screening and interviewing process for hiring and assignment of new staff in the department (exempt, faculty, and classified staff members).
- Provide information on the efficacy of Corrections Education to stakeholders.
- Oversight of extensive and accurate program information that is provided to potential students, the public, representatives of agencies and other educational institutions.
- Research and write for external funding (includes implementation and monitoring of outcomes and budget expenditures for any grant projects received).
- Monitor and approve sick leave, time sheets, annual leave, and in-state travel for all department personnel.
- Schedule and execute staff and faculty evaluations according to college policy.
- Participate in DOC and SBCTC leadership meetings.
- Serve on campus, local and statewide committees.
- Active membership on and participation in the Instructional Cabinet.
- Chair tenure committees.
- Assess needs, design, schedule, revise, and supervise Education Center Division classes, programs and curriculum. 2. Keep informed of latest research in adult offender educational practices.
- Represent the college at FRMT hearings and MDT meetings.
- Assess needs, order and keep records on equipment and supplies needed for all areas of supervision
- Evaluate all programs annually.
- Develop and implement goals and objectives for all programs annually.
- Develop and implement long range planning for all areas of supervision.
- Represent the college at state director’s meetings.
- Provide ongoing in-service training for staff to update skills and performance.
- Coordinate departmental Advisory Board.
- Maintain vocational certification.
- Provide leadership for the departmental staff and faculty.
- Provide leadership for the institution by working with other administrators, faculty, programs, and services.
- Manage available human resources, instructional resources, and facilities as these are related to the responsibilities of the department.
- Evaluate department faculty, staff, and exempt employees annually.
- Provide grant project development, implementation, and monitoring.
- Assist staff in the development and implementation of staff development activities.
- Work as a team member of the Instructional Council in the review of new courses, general education requirement, and the deletion or revision of old courses and programs of study.
- Work as a team member on the Cedar Creek Executive Leadership Team.
- Work as a team member on the WCC Executive Leadership Team.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Instruction.

EMPLOYMENT:

This is a full-time, administrative exempt position. The starting salary will be $76,928 depending on the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.

The state of Washington provides a comprehensive benefits package for state employees. The position may participate in the TIAA/CREF retirement system.

Desired start date is October 15, 2014.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum:
A Bachelor’s degree;
- Three years’ experience in a corrections or educational setting; and
- Three years’ administrative experience including supervision, budgeting, and planning.

Preferred:
- A Master’s degree in Education, Management, Criminal Justice, or a closely related field.
- Experience in a similar position.

Other Qualities:
- Demonstrated ability to work in a corrections setting.
- Demonstrated communications skills.
- Demonstrated leadership skills.

DEADLINE:

The Screening Committee will begin their review on September 15, 2014. Position is open until filled.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
Interested and qualified applicants must submit: a letter of application, addressing qualifications and responsibilities for this position; an official Centralia College on-line application; a comprehensive resume; transcripts (may be official or photocopies) for all college and universities attended; and three current letters of recommendation (reference letters, received from placement offices, will be accepted if less than one year old). Transcripts and letters of recommendation in Word or PDF should be emailed to hro@centralia.edu.

Semifinalists may be asked to complete a supplemental written questionnaire via e-mail or fax. Semifinalists may also be asked to participate in an electronic interview (telephone or video). Finalists will participate in a series of on-campus interviews. All offers of employment will be contingent upon the prospective candidate completing a criminal history check to the satisfaction of the college.

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

ABOUT CENTRALIA COLLEGE:
Centralia College, a comprehensive community college 25 miles south of Olympia, the state capital, is in rural Western Washington. Founded in 1925, the College has a rich heritage of serving the community with professional technical and academic transfer programs and is the oldest continuously operating community college in the state of Washington. The College has an enrollment of approximately 10,444 headcount with 2,580 FTEs. There are approximately 212 full-time employees. The College is located in the center of the town of Centralia on a tree-lined 30 acre campus.

The College’s service area is Lewis County and south Thurston County. The College is located in the northwest corner of the county and operates an extension center in Morton. Lewis County has a stable population of 60,000 people. The two largest cities, Centralia and Chehalis, have populations of approximately 12,000 and 6,000 respectively. Wide fertile valleys are bordered by picturesque Mt. Rainier and the Cascade Ranges on the East, and the Pacific Ocean on the west. To the north lies Puget Sound and Hood Canal and to the south the popular Columbia River. Two smaller rivers flow through the area as well as many streams. The populace enjoys the mild climate of the Pacific Northwest with low mean temperatures of 38 in January and high mean of 78 in July. Although a rural community, residents are less than a two-hour drive from the cities of Portland, Oregon to the south and Seattle to the north. Recreational opportunities are numerous including outdoor recreation and cultural arts.

COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY:
Centralia College has a strong institutional commitment to the principles of diversity in all areas. In that spirit, we strongly urge all qualified applicants, especially people of color, persons of disability, women, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans, to apply. Centralia College is an Equal Opportunity employer.

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.

The Human Resources Office is accessible for persons with disabilities. Those who need disability accommodation in the application/employment process, please call (360)736-9391, extension 213. For TDD access, dial (360)807-6227.

Friday, August 22, 2014

Outreach, Recruitment, and Marketing Specialist at Centralia College

Position: Outreach, Recruitment, and Marketing Specialist - Job # E14010
External Job Posting
Location: Student Services
Schedule: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hours: 8.00/Day 40.00/Week
Salary: DOQ/DOE
Posting Date:7/23/2014 Closing Date:Until Filled
Until Filled:On Hire

Summary

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under general supervision of the Vice President of Student Services, this position is responsible for assisting in the development and implementation of a recruitment plan targeted at new students. The successful candidate will collaborate with the Public Information Officer (PIO) and the Marketing, Recruitment, and Retention Team (MARRT) in developing and implementing a marketing campaign that ultimately leads to an increased media presence within six months and increase in enrollment within the first year. The position will serve as the primary Centralia College representative in the general student recruiting process and support person to other program recruitment targeted at multiple constituencies including, but not limited to: prospective students, high schools, civic organizations, and other designated organizations. This position will assist with the development and implementation of a comprehensive recruiting plan derived from Centralia College service district needs supported by data and recruiting best practices including, but not limited to: campus tours, recruiting events on campus and in the community, calling and email campaigns, communicating admissions process, academic offerings, and student support services to prospective students and creating a targeted marketing campaign. A successful candidate will project a positive image of the College through formal program presentations, written correspondence and individual contact with student, parents and educators. This position requires flexible hours and the willingness to work evenings and some weekends.

Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Responsible for monitoring and achieving specific recruitment and marketing targets, goals and objectives.
- Assist in developing and implementing a college marketing plan to achieve recruitment targets.
- Acting as liaison to assist prospective students in the enrollment process.
- Distributing, promoting, and explaining the scholarship program to parents, school staff and prospective and current students.
- Working with other federal, state and community agencies and organizations in promotion of college programs and recruitment services for non-traditional students.
- Scheduling and delivering high school and community outreach visits aimed at encouraging students from local high schools, area business and area agencies to attend Centralia College.
- Assist in developing and delivering an annual recruiting plan in area schools, businesses, and agencies.
- Maintaining and updating records relating to recruiting contacts and progress including scheduling and producing written and electronic contacts and responses to information requests.
- Maintaining relationships with local district school personnel appropriate to responsibilities.
- Working with college administrators, faculty, and staff to build a mutual understanding of outreach needs and activities.
- Planning, and organizing special recruiting events and programs.
- Organizing, and promoting the campus tour program in collaboration with faculty and staff.
- Representing Centralia College at college day/night programs.
- Coordinating Transfer Day in the fall, Washington Council for College Planning Day in the spring, College information nights, scholarship nights, recruiting visits, commencement, outreach events in high schools, transfer fairs and other activities related to college recruiting and outreach.
- Establishing a recruiting circuit including travel to secondary schools within the recruiting district to confer with administrations, counselors, teachers and students.
- Contacting, tracking, and following up with students through the admission process.
- Organizing and assisting in the development and distribution of recruitment literature and correspondence.
- Encouraging participation of college staff in outreach.
- Initiating appropriate funding requests.
- Participating in meetings and committee as requested and assigned.
- Performing other duties as assigned.

EMPLOYMENT:
This is a full-time, professional exempt position. The starting annual salary will be $37,127 depending on the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.

The state of Washington provides a comprehensive benefits package for state employees. The position may participate in the TIAA/CREF retirement system.

Desired start date is September 2, 2014.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum:
- Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration, education, or related field;
- Experience in higher education or closely related field;
- Experience developing and implementing a marketing campaign; and
- Possesses a valid driver’s license.

Preferred:
- Master’s degree in marketing, business administration, education, or related field.
- Experience in a rural community college.

Other Qualities:
- Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office, presentation software and/or social media.
- Demonstrated understanding of and sensitivity to the diverse backgrounds of community college students.
- Demonstrated self-starter with high degree of motivation, energy and flexibility.
- Demonstrated effective communicator in group and individual settings.
- Demonstrated sound organizational and problem-solving abilities.
- Demonstrated ability and willingness to work independently.
- Demonstrated understanding of the mission of Centralia College and ability to articulate the goals of Centralia College to prospective students during the recruitment process.

DEADLINE:

The Screening Committee will begin their review on August 11, 2014. Position is open until filled.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
Interested and qualified applicants must submit: a letter of application, addressing qualifications and responsibilities for this position; an official Centralia College on-line application; a comprehensive resume; transcripts (may be official or photocopies) for all college and universities attended; and three current letters of recommendation (reference letters, received from placement offices, will be accepted if less than one year old). Transcripts and letters of recommendation in Word or PDF should be emailed to hro@centralia.edu.

Semifinalists may be asked to complete a supplemental written questionnaire via e-mail or fax. Semifinalists may also be asked to participate in an electronic interview (telephone or video). Finalists will participate in a series of on-campus interviews. All offers of employment will be contingent upon the prospective candidate completing a criminal history check to the satisfaction of the college.

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

ABOUT CENTRALIA COLLEGE:
Centralia College, a comprehensive community college 25 miles south of Olympia, the state capital, is in rural Western Washington. Founded in 1925, the College has a rich heritage of serving the community with professional technical and academic transfer programs and is the oldest continuously operating community college in the state of Washington. The College has an enrollment of approximately 10,444 headcount with 2,580 FTEs. There are approximately 212 full-time employees. The College is located in the center of the town of Centralia on a tree-lined 30 acre campus.

The College’s service area is Lewis County and south Thurston County. The College is located in the northwest corner of the county and operates an extension center in Morton. Lewis County has a stable population of 60,000 people. The two largest cities, Centralia and Chehalis, have populations of approximately 12,000 and 6,000 respectively. Wide fertile valleys are bordered by picturesque Mt. Rainier and the Cascade Ranges on the East, and the Pacific Ocean on the west. To the north lies Puget Sound and Hood Canal and to the south the popular Columbia River. Two smaller rivers flow through the area as well as many streams. The populace enjoys the mild climate of the Pacific Northwest with low mean temperatures of 38 in January and high mean of 78 in July. Although a rural community, residents are less than a two-hour drive from the cities of Portland, Oregon to the south and Seattle to the north. Recreational opportunities are numerous including outdoor recreation and cultural arts.

COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY:
Centralia College has a strong institutional commitment to the principles of diversity in all areas. In that spirit, we strongly urge all qualified applicants, especially people of color, persons of disability, women, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans, to apply. Centralia College is an Equal Opportunity employer.

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.

The Human Resources Office is accessible for persons with disabilities. Those who need disability accommodation in the application/employment process, please call (360)736-9391, extension 213. For TDD access, dial (360)807-6227.