Friday, December 19, 2014

Assistant Position - Career Development Assistant at UWT

The University of Washington Tacoma’s Office of Student Transition Programs is hiring a Career Development Assistant for the remainder of the 2014-2015 school year. The Career Development Assistants will work directly with the Career Development Specialist to provide career-related services to the UW Tacoma community.

Job Title: Career Development Assistant

Compensation: Estimated $10.50 per hour

Availability: 8-12 hours per week, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays

Employment Period: Approximately February 2, 2015 – June 12, 2015

Deadline to Apply: January 11 at 11:59pm Duties and Responsibilities:

 Working with the Career Development Specialist to transform our campus into one focused on preparing students and alumni to be leaders in our local and global community through career preparation

 Prepare students and alumni from the UW Tacoma to be competitive in the job market through individual scheduled and walk-in appointments that would consist of the following content:

o Resume construction and critique o Cover letter writing

o Interviewing skills and mock interviews o LinkedIn development and networking coaching

o Proper referral to the Career Development Specialist, advisers, or other campus constituents

 Assist front desk staff in maintaining the Career Connection job postings blog via Blogger

 Perform tasks to assist in other Career Development projects, including, but not limited to, campus presentations, marketing, and career fairs Minimum Qualifications:

 Currently enrolled student at the University of Washington Tacoma

 Personal excitement in learning about and preparing students/alumni for the job market

 Demonstrated understanding of the job market in your own career development, including a professional presence on LinkedIn

 Creative and independent thinker with ideas for engaging our campus community around career topics

 Excellent written, verbal, and online communication skills

 Must possess attention to detail as well as strong customer service and confidentiality abilities

 Ability to work with a diverse group of students, faculty, staff, and employers

 Must be available to work at least 2 4-hour shifts per week; times are negotiable  Minimum 2.5 GPA

Preferred Qualifications:

 Pursuing a career field involving recruiting, hiring, counseling, higher education, or a related area

 GPA of 3.0 or higher

 Proficiency with LinkedIn

 Experience with online media including Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, HootSuite

To apply, email a resume, cover letter, and 3 references to Jake Nelko at jnelko@uw.edu by 11:59pm on January 11. Questions may be directed to Jake at jnelko@uw.edu or 253-692-4835.

Senior GIS Solutions Specialist

Job Title: Senior GIS Solutions Specialist (11865)

Opening Date/Time: Wed. 12/17/14 12:00 AM Pacific Time

Closing Date/Time: Tue. 01/06/15 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Salary: $66,420.00 - $87,096.00 Annually

Job Type: Full Time - Permanent

Location: Thurston County – Olympia, Washington

Department: Dept. of Social and Health ServicesAct as a geospatial consultant, project lead, solutions engineer, and trainer in this highly creative role. The Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), Research and Data Analysis

Division (RDA) has a permanent opening for a highly motivated and qualified Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Specialist, in Olympia, WA. This position will be classified as an Information Technology Specialist/Application Specialist 6 (ITS/AS6).

This position is the Senior GIS Solutions Specialist for DSHS enterprise geospatial services. This person is the highest level technical authority/lead for custom Enterprise GIS services and is responsible for the lifecycle of a dynamic variety of geospatial applications, databases, analytics, and maps; including the integration of existing business systems with the agency’s Enterprise GIS.

To be successful in this position, you will need to utilize your extensive hands-on experience designing, developing and administering multi-user geodatabases using ArcGIS for Server Enterprise in a SQL Server environment; and problem solving and training skills to impact our small, but innovative and evolving team of Enterprise GIS professionals that support a multitude of programs within the DSHS agency.

The Division of Research and Data Analysis (RDA) within the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services is a national leader in the use of big data to address social and health policy issues. RDA consists of a team of over 90 award-winning professionals including Ph.D. researchers with backgrounds in economics, public policy, psychology, health services, geography, statistics, and related fields; IT professionals with analytical programming, database management, and sophisticated data analysis expertise; as well as staff providing graphics production, publication support, web hosting and other support functions for this large research enterprise.
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

Advertising Sales Specialist-Reynolds and Reynolds

Advertising Sales Specialist
$70k+ (Base + Commission) – Paid Training – Home Office Package Company Car


Position Description:
As an Advertising Sales Specialist, you will be responsible for selling marketing, advertising and digital advertising solutions to car dealerships’ sales and service centers within a defined territory. You will participate in sales activities that drive revenue including lead generation, gathering competitive intelligence, product demonstrations, operation analysis and proposals to customers. You will participate in team sales presentations, as well as plan and implement sales strategies and programs within your region. All Advertising Sales Specialists are eligible to receive a company car for both business and personal use. In addition, you will be provided an iPad, iPhone, laptop and home office equipment. If you have a desire to excel and succeed in sales within a reputable company this is the job for you!

Training: Our training consists of time with your mentor in the field, online courses completed in your home office, and classroom instruction. You will complete four different courses throughout your 6 months of training. Topics covered will include training on sales techniques, negotiations, dealership operations, and in-depth product training. Prior to and following each course, you will complete various assignments to prepare you and ensure understanding of what was learned. You will be given progress checkpoint tests throughout your training that will identify areas for improvement and to ensure you are on the right track. While training in the field, you will shadow field representatives including experienced sales representatives, consultants, and field technicians. This will allow you to learn the overall sales process and will give you the opportunity to observe dealership operations. The culmination of your training will conclude with a ten-day Sales Techniques Workshop that ends with a final presentation requiring completion of a mock sales presentation utilizing a real world account. This will be your final opportunity to showcase all the skills that you have gained throughout the training program.


Requirements:
* Bachelor’s degree required
* Sales, marketing, or advertising experience preferred
* Persuasiveness and sale closing ability
* Able to work as a team member and be a positive influence on others
* Excellent oral and written communication skills
* Ability to execute all aspects of the sales process


Company Information: Founded in 1866, Reynolds and Reynolds provides document and software solutions to the automotive industry (www.reyrey.com). We offer solutions for each area of the dealership including parts, service, accounting, and sales. Reynolds employs more than 4,300 associates worldwide and we were recently ranked 3rd in the 50 Best Companies to Sell For in Selling Power Magazine.


Benefits:
We strive to offer an environment that provides our associates with the right balance between work and family. We offer a comprehensive benefits package including:
* Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, paid vacation, sick days, and eight paid holidays
* 401(k) with up to 6% matching
* Company car for business and personal use
* Working remotely with an iPad, iPhone, laptop, and other provided home office equipment
* Professional development and training
* Promotion from within
* Referral bonuses

To Apply: Submit your resume directly to apply@reyrey.com; or, visit our website at www.reyrey.com/careers to learn more.

Sales Intern-Reynolds and Reynolds

Summer Sales Intern


Position Description:
Reynolds and Reynolds is looking for sales students who are ready for a challenging and rewarding internship. Our superior software solutions and award-winning sales, service, and support have made us one of the most recognized and respected companies in the automotive industry.


The goal of the summer sales internship is to give you an understanding of what it’s like to be a sales representative with Reynolds while also gaining valuable, real-world sales experience. You will learn about the different sales responsibilities including lead generation, gathering competitive intelligence and the implementation of market strategies and programs. When you are not attending training or traveling with a Field Sales Representative, you will be working as a part of our inside sales team in Dayton, OH where you will get a chance to utilize your training by obtaining specific sales goals that will be set for you. You will have the opportunity to prove yourself as a strong sales associate by competing with your fellow interns in a sales competition. The culmination of your experiences will end with a final presentation to our sales leadership team. If you are a student with a desire to excel and succeed in sales within a reputable company this is the internship for you!


This internship will begin on May 18, 2015 and end August 7, 2015. You will work at our Headquarters building located in Dayton, OH. Paid housing will be provided for out of town students.


Training: On the job training


Requirements:
* Currently a Sophomore or Junior in college with a long-term interest in Sales as a career
* Must be a self-starter with good time management skills
* Excellent oral and written communication skills
* Ability to work full time hours
* Willingness to travel as the internship will include 3 weeks of travel


Company Information: Founded in 1866, Reynolds and Reynolds provides document and software solutions to the automotive industry (www.reyrey.com). We offer solutions for each area of the dealership including parts, service, accounting, and sales. Reynolds employs more than 4,300 associates worldwide.

Benefits:
We strive to offer an environment that provides our associates with the right balance between work and family. We offer a comprehensive benefits package including:
* Free on-site fitness center with a cardiovascular fitness area, weight room, daily fitness classes, and locker and shower facilities
* Health Center staffed by a Nurse Practitioner and on-site prescription delivery
* Company sports leagues including softball, volleyball, soccer, and many more
* On-site softball field, basketball courts, and volleyball courts
* World-class cafeteria with a variety of daily options and specials
* Convenience store with a full-service Starbucks coffee bar, magazines, greeting cards, and a large assortment of snacks
* Company-sponsored events including the Family Picnic, Company Cook-Off, and Charity Bike Build
* Associate discounts for cell phones, cars, computers, entertainment, and much more

To Apply: Submit your resume directly to apply@reyrey.com; or, visit our website at www.reyrey.com/careers to learn more.

Reynolds and Reynolds promotes a healthy lifestyle by providing a non-smoking environment.

Customer Support Specialist-Reynolds and Reynolds(Seattle,WA)

Customer Support Specialist
Salary starts at $38K - Paid Training - Home Office Package - Company Car


Job Description
Are you customer focused, resourceful and looking to start your career with a leading provider of automotive retailing solutions, then consider joining our team! Reynolds and Reynolds, one of the top providers of premium integrated computer solutions for automobile dealerships, is seeking Customer

Support Specialists to join our growing team of professionals. The position is primarily focused on providing on-site consulting support to approximately 50-70 automotive dealerships within an assigned region.


Paid Training! This position will begin with an intensive four to five month paid training program designed to teach you our solutions and give you the skills needed to be successful in this entry level role. If you meet our background requirements and are looking to launch your career with a great company that rewards hard work and success, this is the ideal opportunity for you!


Job Responsibilities
As a Customer Support Specialist, you will be responsible for providing high level customer support at the automotive dealership location. Functioning as a consultant, you will be responsible for providing excellent support for our products and ensuring that our customers are using the software that they purchased to their full potential.


Customer Support Specialists work from a home office and will be provided a company car, company cell phone, laptop and printer-scanner-copier equipment.


This role will begin with an intensive four to five month paid training program located at our office in Houston, TX. Trainees will be provided a furnished corporate apartment during the training period, as well as periodic trips home. Training for this role will consist of:

* Classroom instruction and online courses consisting of in-depth product training on our Dealership Retail Management System and overall dealership operations
* Mentor partnering to train in the field where you can apply your classroom knowledge in a real-world setting


Job Requirements
* Bachelor’s Degree
* Must be a self-starter with good time management skills
* Strong written and verbal communication skills
* Excellent customer service and organizational skills
* Ability to build strong customer relationships
* Ability to travel between 15-30% of the time overnight depending on assigned territory


Company Information: Founded in 1866, Reynolds and Reynolds provides document and software solutions to the automotive industry (www.reyrey.com). We offer solutions for each area of the dealership including parts, service, accounting, and sales. Reynolds employs more than 4,300 associates worldwide.

Benefits
Our associates love working for Reynolds and Reynolds due to our outstanding compensation and benefits package.
We offer Customer Support Specialist the following:
* Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, paid vacation, sick days, and eight paid holidays
* 401(k) with up to 6% matching
* Company car for business and personal use
* Working remotely with an iPad, iPhone, laptop, and other provided home office equipment
* Professional development and training
* Referral bonuses


To Apply: Submit your resume directly to apply@reyrey.com; or, visit our website at www.reyrey.com/careers to learn more.

Sales Account Manager-Reynolds and Reynolds(Seattle, WA)

Entry Level Sales Account Manager (Trainee)

Salary starts at $40K - Paid Training - Guarantee Commission after training

Home Office Package - Company Car


Position Description:
Reynolds and Reynolds is seeking motivated and hard-working Entry Level Account Manager trainees to join our growing team. The goal of this position is to prepare you for your own territory as an Account Manager. Our sales team has been an essential part of Reynolds’ success over the last 150 years. If you are ready to join the exciting and rewarding career path of outside sales, with opportunities for travel, training, unlimited earning potential and growth, this is the ideal opportunity for you!


Job Responsibilities
As an Entry Level Sales Account Manager trainee, you will enroll in our 14-18 month training program that will involve job shadowing with seasoned sales representatives as they visit clients and sell our software products. The travel will vary based off your training territory. This field based training will assist in your education of our industry and solutions as well as allow you to observe the sales skills taught in the classroom training.


The classroom training is located at our award winning Reynolds University in Dayton, OH. You will complete different courses throughout the program including training on sales techniques, negotiations, dealership operations, and in-depth product training on our dealership Retail Management System. During this training program you will complete 6 -12 months of customer service and installation training to help enhance your knowledge of our products and the benefits of our solutions. The Entry Level Sales Account Manager trainee should be prepared to travel approximately 75% of the time during these 6-12 months. At the end of your training, you will complete a ten-day Sales Techniques Workshop, ending with a mock sales presentation that will allow you to showcase the skills you have gained throughout the program and will prepare you for your own territory.


Once you complete the training program, you will be relocated to your assigned territory and become an Account Manager. In this role you will be responsible for:
* Prospecting and lead generation
* Selling Reynolds’ software products and services to new and existing customers
* Achieving designated monthly and annual quotas
* Presenting product demonstrations to clients
* Generating proposals for customers


Job Requirements
* Bachelor’s degree
* Must be a self-starter with good time management skills
* Ability to build strong customer relationships
* Excellent oral and written communication skills
* Willing to relocate after successful completion of the 14-18 month training program


Company Information: Founded in 1866, Reynolds and Reynolds provides document and software solutions to the automotive industry (www.reyrey.com). We offer solutions for each area of the dealership including parts, service, accounting, and sales. Reynolds employs more than 4,300 associates worldwide and we were recently ranked 3rd in the 50 Best Companies to Sell For in Selling Power Magazine.


Benefits:
We strive to offer an environment that provides our associates with the right balance between work and family. We offer a comprehensive benefits package including:
* Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, paid vacation, sick days, and eight paid holidays
* 401(k) with up to 6% matching
* Company car for business and personal use
* Working remotely with an iPad, iPhone, laptop, and other provided home office equipment
* Professional development and training
* Referral bonuses

To Apply: Submit your resume directly to apply@reyrey.com; or, visit our website at www.reyrey.com/careers to learn more.

Fish and Wildlife Intern-JBLM

JBLM Fish and Wildlife Internship (ORISE)

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Senior Housing Program Manager - King County Housing Authority (Tukwila, WA)

Senior Housing Program Manager
SALARY: $66,456 to $78,000 Annually
LOCATION: Tukwila, Washington
CLOSING: December 31, 2014
Do you have a passion for the underserved? Are you a proven leader with a strong customer service focus and a gift for inspiring others? If you are a very organized, detail oriented professional in the housing industry with a successful track record of mentoring and motivating others, we may have a great opportunity for you.

The Position
The Senior Housing Program Manager will be responsible for leading a department of professionals within the Section 8 Division that are dedicated to the ongoing success of a nationally recognized housing program.

KCHA’s Section 8 program assists more than 11,000 households including those with the most limited incomes including seniors, people with disabilities, single-parent families, and low-income working households.

Some of the duties of this role will include:
 Planning, organizing and assessing the critical work of staff in the unit.
 Successfully negotiating and resolving issues with landlords and clients.
 Evaluating the rules and regulations to determine the appropriate course of action when clients are denied eligibility for the program, or when housing assistance is terminated.
 Engaging with unit staff through every phase of employment, ensuring that they are well equipped and prepared to fulfill their very important roles.

Ideal Qualifications:
 Demonstrated success as a hands-on leader that brings the best out of others
 Experience working directly with clients, ensuring compliance with the rules and regulations relating to housing assistance programs
 Exceptional communication skills, both verbally and in writing, especially when it comes to communicating with people from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds
 Proven ability to analyze, assess, document, support and present information to move decisions forward in a professional environment
 An established mission focused career in the housing industry

The Agency
Established in 1939, the King County Housing Authority is one of the largest public housing agencies in the Pacific Northwest with over 330 employees and an annual budget of $212 million. KCHA provides housing for over 50,000 individuals on a daily basis and continues to grow and diversify along with the increasing need for affordable housing in the Seattle area. KCHA is a nationally recognized leader and innovator in the field of affordable housing and enjoys a well-deserved reputation for its high quality, well maintained housing. Operations cover all of King County outside of the cities of Seattle and Renton and serve over 18,000 of the region’s poorest households on a daily basis. Strong families, educational opportunities, economic self-sufficiency and supportive services are at the core of the Authority’s mission.

For more information about KCHA, visit www.kcha.org

How to Apply
To be considered for this position, please apply online at:
King County Housing Authority Senior Housing Program Manager Application
Or www.kcha.org/employment/openings/

Geotechnical Engineer - Amec Foster Wheeler (Seattle, Tacoma, or Bothell, WA)

Opportunities at Amec Foster Wheeler
Position: Geotechnical Engineer
Division: Environment & Infrastructure
Job Location: Seattle, Bothell, or Tacoma, WA
Job Reference#: 21473BR

Amec Foster Wheeler (www.amecfw.com) designs, delivers and maintains strategic and complex assets for its customers across the global energy and related sectors.

With pro-forma 2013 annualized scope revenues of £5.5 billion and over 40,000 employees in more than 50 countries, the company operates across the whole of the oil and gas industry – from production through to refining, processing and distribution of derivative products – and in the mining, clean energy, power generation, pharma, environment and infrastructure markets.

Amec Foster Wheeler shares are publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange and its American Depositary Shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Both trade under the ticker AMFW.
We offer competitive salaries along with a complete benefits package including: medical, vision, & dental coverage, 401K Matching, Educational Reimbursement, and a variety of Training and Development Programs to help you develop the skills you need to succeed in your chosen career path. Additional information can be obtained from our website at www.amecfw.com.

Role Overview
Our Environment & Infrastructure business is currently seeking a Geotechnical Engineer to be located in Seattle, Bothell or Tacoma, WA. Qualified candidates will have an EIT registration with 1 to 5 years geotechnical engineering experience. We are looking for a self- motivated candidate who is able to work independently and as part of a team; has strong communication skills; and is eager to perform field work as well as engineering analyses.

Key Responsibilities
 Working at project sites to provide field engineering and construction oversight for earthwork, stormwater and water quality construction.

Opportunities at Amec Foster Wheeler
 Conduct field exploration programs including managing subcontractors.
 Interpret geologic, hydrogeologic, and engineering characteristics of the subsurface.
 Performing geotechnical engineering analysis for infrastructure and development projects such as foundation, retaining wall, and pavement design.

Role Requirements
 BS in Civil Engineering required, graduate-level coursework in Geotechnical Engineering preferred
 1 to 5 years geotechnical engineering experience
 Engineer – In-Training registration
 Good critical thinking and data evaluation skills
 Strong writing/verbal skills in order to work with team members, clients, and contractors.
 Technical understanding of geotechnical investigations, laboratory testing, geotechnical engineering analyses, and earthwork construction.
 Must be able to perform field work with exposure to a variety of climactic conditions.
 Candidates must be willing to travel locally and may have opportunities to travel out of area for extended periods of time.

How to Apply: Click here to apply online
We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability and/or protected veteran status in accordance with governing laws.

By submitting your resume, you consent to AMEC Americas Limited sharing this information within its divisions in order to identify other employment opportunities that you may be suitable for

Senior Geotechnical Engineer - Amec Foster Wheeler (Seattle, Bothell, or Tacoma, WA)

Opportunities at Amec Foster Wheeler
Position: Senior Geotechnical Engineer
Division: Environment & Infrastructure
Job Location: Seattle, Bothell, or Tacoma, WA
Job Reference#: 21865BR

Amec Foster Wheeler (www.amecfw.com) designs, delivers and maintains strategic and complex assets for its customers across the global energy and related sectors.
With pro-forma 2013 annualized scope revenues of £5.5 billion and over 40,000 employees in more than 50 countries, the company operates across the whole of the oil and gas industry – from production through to refining, processing and distribution of derivative products – and in the mining, clean energy, power generation, pharma, environment and infrastructure markets.

Amec Foster Wheeler shares are publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange and its American Depositary Shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Both trade under the ticker AMFW.
We offer competitive salaries along with a complete benefits package including: medical, vision, & dental coverage, 401K Matching, Educational Reimbursement, and a variety of Training and Development Programs to help you develop the skills you need to succeed in your chosen career path. Additional information can be obtained from our website at www.amecfw.com.

Role Overview
Our Environment & Infrastructure business is currently seeking a Senior Geotechnical Engineer to be located in Seattle, Bothell or Tacoma, WA. We are seeking a self-motivated individual with MS degree in geotechnical engineering, Washington Professional Engineer License, and at least 6 years experience. Qualified candidate should have work experience in Washington and an interest in business development utilizing a client service focused seller-doer consulting model.

Key Responsibilities
 Manage projects from proposal through execution to final billing;
Opportunities at Amec Foster Wheeler
 Business development by building client relationships and pursuing potential projects;
 Interpret geologic, hydrogeologic, and environmental data;
 Prepare scopes of work, cost estimates, and schedules;
 Oversee field exploration programs and laboratory testing;
 Perform geotechnical engineering analysis for infrastructure and development project such as foundation, retaining wall, and pavement design.

Role Requirements
 Masters degree in geotechnical engineering;
 At least 6 years experience practicing geotechnical engineering in Washington State;
 Professional Engineer licensed by the State of Washington;
 Good critical thinking and data evaluation skills;
 Strong writing/communication skills;
 Demonstrated project management experience: working directly with clients; developing scopes of work; estimating, tracking, and controlling budgets; maintaining schedules; coordinating with other project team members; and assuring quality;
 Experience writing proposals;
 Technical proficiency in geotechnical investigations, laboratory testing, geotechnical engineering analyses, and earthwork construction for infrastructure projects.

How to Apply: Click here to apply online

We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability and/or protected veteran status in accordance with governing laws.

By submitting your resume, you consent to AMEC Americas Limited sharing this information within its divisions in order to identify other employment opportunities that you may be suitable for

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Planner - City of Auburn (Auburn, WA)


CITY OF AUBURN
invites applications for the position of:
Planner

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

An Equal Opportunity Employer
SALARY
Monthly
$5,281.10 - $6,491.68

OPENING DATE:12/17/14

CLOSING DATE:Continuous
DEPARTMENT:Community Development & Public Works
 
POSITION DETAILS:
This is professional work in municipal planning; supporting community development, permit processing and business licensing. Tasks may include any of the following and are assigned as needed: preparing community development related studies and reports; researching and interpreting data; developing land use plans and zoning regulations; processing land use applications and permits; assisting in the administration of human services and CDBG programs; business license processing and Planning Department review; permit and project review, processing land use and business license approvals, responding to requests for information, special projects; conducting assigned studies; providing customer service and planning expertise at the Permit Center.
 
PRIMARY DUTIES
*Reviews development applications for conformance with City policies and land use regulations, including zoning and subdivision codes, critical area regulations and related standards, develops recommendations and prepares staff reports and makes presentations to appropriate advisory or decision-making body,

*Prepares and/or reviews environmental checklists and environmental impact statements.

*Performs a wide variety of comprehensive and neighborhood planning activities; including collecting and analyzing socio-economic data and other community development trends; Makes recommendations as warranted and prepares related studies and reports.

*Assists in the administration of Community Development Block Grant and other human services programs including maintenance of accurate and complete records, and preparation of reports to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

*Serves as “frontline” developmental services staff handling and processing appropriate applications and permits.

*Provides information on standards, processes and status to property owners, developers and the public.

*Identifies and recommends improvements to permit process.

Manages and administers the City business license program. Conducts necessary Planning Department review for new license applications.
*Attends meetings and provides data, reports and recommendations, to City boards and commissions, Hearing Examiner, City Council and the public; May be required to work evenings and weekends.

*Assists in providing staff support to city boards and commissions.

*Coordinates planning and project activities with other staff, City departments, county and state agencies, interest groups and City Committees.

*Prepares and evaluates annexation applications.

*Undertakes work on special plans and studies, as assigned.

*Assists in reviewing and formulating recommendations of human services and/or Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding requests.

*Assists in preparing and administering human service and CDBG contracts.

*Maintains current knowledge of pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations related to planning and community development including, but not limited to, the State Growth Management Act, and State and National Environmental Policy Acts (SEPA and NEPA), and annexation statutes.

*Maintains current knowledge of human services planning, including trends in funding and service delivery, grant and contract administration, federal and state funding sources and related regulations.

*Works effectively with other City departments, and county, state and federal agencies, providing a high level of customer service.

*Works effectively with citizen committees, elected officials, ad-hoc citizen groups and the general public on matters related to planning and community development, providing a high level of customer service.

*Responds to public inquiries regarding Department responsibilities.

*Prepares clear and concise written communication, including reports and correspondence, and makes clear and concise oral presentations, sometimes involving negotiation and persuasion.

*Operates computers requiring word processing, spreadsheet and data input applications.

*Regular, reliable and punctual attendance

*Due to internal and external customer service needs, incumbent must be able to work a full time schedule, on-site (appropriate City work sites).
*Works effectively under pressure and with frequent interruptions.

*Completes work and projects in a thorough and timely manner.

*Understands and follows directions from supervisor, posted work rules and procedures.

*Works courteously and effectively with public officials, citizens, contractors, vendors, developers, supervisor, and other employees, both in person and over the telephone; assisting them with a wide variety of information pertaining to City and department.

May manage and oversee consultant work; may supervise para-professional staff in the preparation of special studies, graphic material and data preparation.

May apply for, prepare, and administer grants related to community development.

*Shows initiative in performing job functions.

*Performs related work as required.

* = Primary function. Others may be assigned on an individual position basis.
 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Four-year college degree in urban planning or related field plus two years of professional planning or planning related experience; OR Master's degree plus one year of professional planning or planning related experience. AICP certification preferred.
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Works indoors in a clean, climate-controlled workspace. Required to sit, talk, and hear; frequently required to use hands-to-finger, feel or handle writing utensils, computers and office supplies which require repetitive arm, wrist and hand movement. Occasionally required to stand and reach with arms and hands, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, bend or crawl. Specific vision abilities include close, distant, color, and peripheral vision, depth perception and to adjust focus. The employee is occasionally required to lift or move up to 20 pounds. May visit sites that require walking on uneven, rocky, or rough ground. Position requires mental acuity to ensure thorough mental analysis of situations in a fast-paced environment. Employee is required to maintain confidentiality of information within the department. The employee may be required to deal with irate, individuals in difficult customer service situations, requiring the use of conflict management skills. Employee is frequently required to perform work in confidence and under pressure for deadlines, and is required to maintain professional composure and tact, patience and courtesy at all times.

 
An Equal Opportunity Employer

Planner Supplemental Questionnaire
 
*1.Your application materials will be evaluated against the posted minimum and preferred qualifications. Please be sure your general application clearly reflects the posted qualifications. Do you have a four year degree in urban planning or a related field plus a minimum of two years of professional planning or planning related experience?
Yes Yes    No No
 
*2.OR Do you have a Masters Degree in urban planning or a related field plus a minimum of one year professional planning or planning related experience?
Yes Yes    No No
 
*3.Do you have an AICP certification?
Yes Yes    No No
 
*4.In addition, applicants will be evaluated against the following areas. You need to address these areas in order to receive maximum credit for your experience and training. Please limit your response to each question to no more than 250 words. Explain your experience coordinating interdepartmental review of planning, policy, and zoning issues.

*5.Describe your experience with working with demographic data and with monitoring grants contracts.

*6.Describe your experience in working with comprehensive plans and zoning codes.

*7.Describe your experience working on human services issues.

*8.Describe your experience in making presentations to committees, City Councils and the public. Include the topics covered, size of audience and how often you make presentations.

* Required Question

Director of Reporting and Records Management - Edmonds Community College (Lynnwood, WA)

EDMONDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Invites applications for the position of:
DIRECTOR OF REPORTING AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT

OPENING DATE: December 16, 2014

CLOSING DATE: January 6, 2015 at 6:00 pm Pacific Time

SALARY: $58,847 - $63,697 annually


DESCRIPTION: The Director of Reporting and Records Management supervises the staff and manages the resources of the Credential Evaluation and the Reporting and Records Management Departments. Functions of this position comprise transfer credit evaluation, graduation verification, transcript management, and reporting enrollment to federal and state agencies. Key to this position is departmental conversion to the college’s electronic document management system, and the ongoing development of streamlined workflow processes.

This position also works directly with faculty to ensure accurate and timely submission of grades, posting grades to the transcript, management of records in keeping with state and federal retention requirements, and the posting of prior learning credit.

The Director of Reporting and Records Management works as a member of the Student Services Leadership Team and participates in the development of policies and procedures that support the mission of the college. This is an exempt position that has budget authority over the Student Records, Transcript Fees and Graduation Fees budgets, and reports to the Dean of Enrollment and Financial Aid Services.

Responsibilities will include:
Supervisory/training:
* Supervise assigned staff and student employees, which includes approval of leave, scheduling, and conducting annual performance evaluations.
* Provide ongoing training to staff regarding college and state policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
* Post job openings in area of responsibility, and interview and recommend selection of applicants.
* Provide professional development opportunities for staff in the areas of customer service, team building, and job related functions.
Reporting and Records Management, and Credential Evaluation:
* Monitor and coordinate the day-to-day operations of the departments, and establish procedures to ensure compliance with institutional requirements and state and federal regulations.
* Develop efficient and streamlined workflow processes as part of the conversion to an electronic Document Management System.
* Report enrollment to federal and state agencies via MIS reporting, and the National Clearinghouse.
* Ensure students in special populations (ABE/ESL/GED, EdCAP, Running Start, Worker Retraining, High School Completion, Distance Learning, Veterans, etc.) are coded correctly for reporting purposes.
* Coordinate faculty submission and transcription of grades each quarter, as well as transcript changes or corrections.
* Work collaboratively with the management teams of Enrollment and Financial Aid Services to create a student centered department, in which entry and financial aid resource information is shared with students at one location.
* Maintain confidentiality of records in accordance with the Family Education Rights to Privacy Act.
* Work with students who submit Course Repeat cards, Academic Renewal requests, and prior quarter Medical/Hardship withdrawal requests.
* Coordinate the management, retention and storage of records.
* Oversee the efficient evaluation of transcripts for transfer credit, and the posting of degrees to the transcript.
* Coordinate the quarterly identification and coding of students under college Satisfactory Academic Progress policy.
Administrative duties:
* Provide administrative support as requested by the Dean of Enrollment and Financial Aid Services.
* Act as primary contact for faculty and division staff, to ensure accurate and timely reporting of enrollment and submission of grades.
* Oversee and manage office resources, and act as budget authority over departmental budgets.
* Attend Admissions and Registration Council (ARC) quarterly meetings and participate in listserv discussions.
* Maintain knowledge of state and federal requirements, timelines, and codes.
* Attend and participate on the Student Services Leadership Team (SSLT).
* Review departmental processes, policies and systems, and ensure efficient use of resources and excellent service to students.
For information on applying, please see Application Procedures and Required Documents, below.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
* Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
* Two years of experience supervising full-time employees.
* Two years working in an administrative/management position.
* Two years working in an office environment at a college or university.


DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
* Master’s Degree in Business, Education, Accounting or related field.
* Demonstrated ability and at least three years of experience working with database or records management systems, as well as proficiency using and working with electronic spreadsheets.
* Two years working in an Admissions, Enrollment Services, Registrar, or Financial Aid Office at a college or university.
* Demonstrated ability to interpret federal and state regulations/policies.
* Demonstrated ability to foster diversity and promote a collegial and constructive environment based on open communication, team building, and effective management.


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


COMPENSATION:
The salary will be based on the current administrative/exempt salary schedule, with placement based on education and related experience. The salary range is $58,847 - $63,697 annually. The college provides an outstanding exempt employee benefits package that includes 24 vacation days per year, a unique study leave benefit, and excellent medical, dental, life insurance and retirement plans.


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


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


ABOUT THE COLLEGE:
Edmonds Community College, founded in 1967, is a public, two-year, coeducational state community college which each year welcomes some 11,500 academic and vocational students, including approximately 1,400 international students who come here from as many as 79 countries.

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


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

Executive Vice President for Instruction - Edmonds Community College (Lynnwood WA)

EDMONDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Invites applications for the position of:
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT FOR INSTRUCTION
SALARY: $120,000 - $130,000 annually

OPENING DATE: December 8, 2014

CLOSING DATE: January 26, 2015 at 6:00 pm Pacific Time


DESCRIPTION:
As the chief academic officer of the College, the Executive Vice President for Instruction is responsible for providing collaborative and decisive leadership, motivation, and direction to a team of administrators, staff and faculty to promote educational success of students, community and workforce preparedness and academic excellence. This position administers and supervises all instructional programs including academic, professional technical programs, academic support services, pre-college education, English as a Second Language, library, corrections, and faculty. This is an exempt position reporting to the President of the College.


Key responsibilities of the position include:
* Provide strategic vision, policy analysis, and organizational support for instruction to the President, President’s Cabinet, Board of Trustees, the College and the community that Edmonds Community College serves.
* Establish and effectively communicate goals and objectives that support the College’s mission, strategic plan, SIMPLE Plan, academic plan, and learning objectives.
* Encourage innovation in teaching and learning.
* Provide administrative leadership for accreditation and related activities.
* Promote and ensure high quality instructional programs and services are consistent with accreditation standards and best practices.
* Strategically plan and develop new programs that support the needs of the community and ensure that instructional offerings are effective and current in the areas of transfer, professional technical, pre-college programs, and continuing/contract education.
* Train, supervise, and evaluate employees in accordance with negotiated agreements, applicable state and federal laws, and College policies and procedures.
* Lead full- and part-time faculty recruitment, development, retention and evaluation.
* Provide leadership, direct and support instructional administration and staff through appropriate hiring, development, evaluation and succession management.
* Ensure appropriate instructional facilities and instructional equipment and technology support programs.
* Provide instructional support for the enrollment management process.
* Participate in negotiation of collective bargaining agreements and contract administration.
* Ensure effective collaboration between instruction and other college areas; foster integration and collaboration between student services and instruction.
* Prioritize budgets as they relate to needs of divisions and services to support the goals of the College and assure fiscal accountability; provide leadership and support development of creative and ethical alternative funding sources.
* Provide leadership in building and maintaining articulation and collaborative activities with other institutions (K12 and higher education), public agencies and boards, as well as with business and industry; develop partnerships with community organizations that support the College’s mission and goals.
* Serve on College councils/committees, and represent the College on local, state and regional committees.
* Available for non-scheduled after-hours events.
For further information about Edmonds Community College, www.vimeo.com/103823216.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND ABILITIES:
* Doctorate degree from an accredited institution.
* Four or more years of experience as an administrator or dean in a comprehensive community college or higher education environment.
* Three or more years of teaching experience in a higher educational institution.
* Understanding of and experience with more than one area of instruction (i.e. academic transfer, professional/technical, pre-college and/or continuing/contract education).
* Professional experience in budget planning and fiscal management, staff management and administration.


DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
* Community college teaching experience.
* Understanding of the integration of a community college comprehensive instructional plan.
* Knowledge of the challenges and opportunities of classroom, hybrid, online teaching, and competency based education.
* Knowledge of strategies and/or initiatives that support student access, retention, and completion.
* Knowledge of strategies and/or initiatives that attract, support, and retain a diverse student body and faculty.
* Experience with grant management, application, and report writing.
* Collective bargaining experience.
* Experience providing faculty with leadership, support, professional development and resources.
* Effectively communicate and promote the mission of the institution through multiple means and methods with a variety of populations of diverse racial, social and educational backgrounds.
* Commitment to and successful experience in promoting diversity, global perspectives, and facilitating change.


DESIRED ATTRIBUTES:
* Demonstrated high standards of integrity, discretion, and service.
* Strong interpersonal skills as evidenced by successful experience working cooperatively and effectively with students, faculty, support staff, administrators and business leaders of various political, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
* Servant leader management style and philosophy.
* Skilled and visionary educator, familiar with the challenges of classroom teaching and capable of providing faculty with support, motivation, and resources.
* Proactive leadership, able to identify and implement programs to address community needs in a complex and dynamic environment.


PHYSICAL WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Ability to use a telephone, personal computer, and other electronic technology is required. There is occasional travel to sites within the Puget Sound region and occasionally to other parts of the country. The ability to speak, hear, and write effectively, provide reasoned judgments, and make public presentations is essential.


ABOUT THE COLLEGE:
Edmonds Community College is a comprehensive, public two-year institution of higher education that provides Transfer; Professional Technical; Adult Basic Education/High School Completion/English as a Second Language; and Continuing Education programs to approximately 20,000 unique students every year. Based on fall 2012 enrollment numbers, it is the third largest community college in the state of Washington. In 2017, Edmonds CC celebrated 50 years of service on its 50-acre campus in Lynnwood, Washington.


On average the college serves more than 11,000 students each quarter, with approximately 40% enrolled in Transfer, 30% in Professional Technical, 25% in Pre-college/Developmental Education, and 5% in Continuing Education programs. Students range in age from 16 to 70+, with an average age of about 30. About 33% of students are of color. Of new students at the college, about 45% work full- or part-time and nearly 30% have children or other dependents in their care. More than 1,400 international students from approximately 74 countries attend the college; however, about 80% of all students live within an eight miles radius of the campus. In addition, nearly 40% of all students take at least one online or hybrid class.


Edmonds Community College is an Achieving the Dream College that has made a strong institutional commitment to student success, retention and completion. More about Edmonds Community College’s mission, themes and core values can be found here.


APPLICATION PROCEDURES AND REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:
All applicants must apply online. No paper submissions or emailed materials will be accepted. Your online application must have the following documents attached in order to be complete:
1) Responses to supplemental questions (part of the online application). (These questions reflect the required and desired qualifications and are used in the screening process. Please provide thorough responses.)
2) Current resume (in addition to work experience in application).
3) Names and contact information for three references.
4) Two current letters of recommendation. (If you have these letters, please attach them to your online application. If they are presently unavailable, do not send them to us. Bring them with you if you are contacted for an interview.)
5) For veterans’ preference, please scan and attach your DD214 Member-4 form.
6) Transcript(s) (unofficial transcripts can be submitted in the application packet with official transcripts required at the point of hire).
To apply, please go to www.edcc.edu/hr and click on Current Job Openings.


CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
* You must document your citizenship or employment authorization within three days of hire.
* Position is subject to a criminal background check.


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

Senior Research and Communications Associate – Open Space Institute (New York City, NY)

Open Space Institute Conservation Information Manager
Position Description: Senior Research and Communications Associate
Position Title: Senior Research and Communications Associate
Reports To: Director of Research
Department: Conservation Capital Program (CCP)
Location: New York City

Position Description
The Senior Research Communications Associate will support the Director of Research and the
Conservation Capital Program to advance the practical application of science to accelerate
conservation. The Senior Associate will provide research assistance, distill lessons and
translate science into white papers, guidance documents, case studies and fact sheets for land
conservation audiences. The Senior Associate will work closely with OSI’s Field Coordinators
and External Affairs Program to ensure the CCP remains coordinated with OSI’s external
communications and will serve as CCP lead in development of content for press releases,
annual reports, newsletters, web blasts and in updating content for the CCP website. The
Senior Associate should have significant experience with communication of science and
technical material. Knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a strong plus.

Primary Roles and Responsibilities

Research
 Coordinate and oversee day to day details of OSI catalyst grants for the application of
science to conservation planning
 Stay current on research and science related to OSI's core work, currently focused on
climate and water quality
 Assist with research to identify priority areas for CCP investment and new opportunities
for expanding CCP programs
 Assist with research for white papers and communications materials
Communications
 Translate research products into accessible communication materials for land
conservation professionals, e.g. guidance documents, white papers, case studies, etc.
for web and hard-copy distribution
 Liaison with External Affairs in developing grant proposals and reports, producing web,
newsletter and annual report content, and in updating web content
 Develop a line of webinars and pamphlets communicating about application of science
to land conservation
 Assemble and coordinate external advisors for review of content and communication
products
 Edit and develop materials for advisory committees and OSI board

Requirements

Open Space Institute Conservation Information Manager
Technical Skills and Abilities
 5 years’ experience in communication, with proven track record of communicating
technical material
 Proven track record in translating scientific information into formats for lay professionals
 Experience working with land trusts and related conservation organizations community
a strong plus
 Familiarity with watershed science and wildlife conservation
 Knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a plus

General Skills and Abilities
 Excellent oral and written communication skills
 Creativity and problem solving problem skills
 Strong analytical orientation and ability to quickly distill and summarize relevant information
 Attention to detail and strong organizational skills
 Ability to work on complex assignments and demonstrate initiative
 Comfort working in as part of a team and pitching in to get the job done

Qualifications
 BS degree and/or certification in related field and 5 years related experience, or equivalent
combination of education and experience.

Physical Requirements
 Frequently sits for long periods of time.
 May require travel
 Frequently speaks, reads, writes and uses a computer keyboard.
 May require occasional standing, walking, lifting, stooping, bending.

This job description is not intended to represent a complete, comprehensive list of all duties and
responsibilities that may be required in this position. There may be unplanned activities and
other duties as assigned.

Fish Hatchery Specialist 2 – Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (Dayton, WA)


State of Washington
Dept. of Fish and Wildlife

invites applications for the position of:
Non-permanent Fish Hatchery Specialist 2 *11800-14
SALARY:$2,426.00 - $3,135.00 Monthly

OPENING DATE: 12/15/14
 
CLOSING DATE: 12/22/14 05:00 PM
 
DESCRIPTION:

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is dedicated to protecting native fish and wildlife, and providing sustainable fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities for millions of residents and visitors. Working throughout the state, WDFW’s employees–field biologists, enforcement officers, land stewards, lab technicians, customer service representatives and others—manage hundreds of fish and wildlife species, maintain nearly a million acres of public wildlife lands, provide opportunities for recreational and commercial fishing, wildlife viewing and hunting, protect and restore habitat and enforce laws that protect fish and wildlife resources. Find out more about us and the important work we are a part of at www.wdfw.wa.gov
 
This is a 3-month non-permanent Fish Hatchery Specialist 2 in the Fish Program, Hatchery Division. The duty station is the Dayton Acclimation Facility located at 401 S. Cottonwood St, Dayton WA 99328.  Anticipated start date is February 2, 2015.
 
This position supports operations at the Cottonwood Creek and Dayton facilities during the rearing and spawning cycles of the Wallawa summer steelhead program for the Lower Snake River Compensation Program.
 
DUTIES:
Fish Hatchery Specialist 2 (FHS2): Performs a variety of technical and scientific fish culture duties, performs hatchery related maintenance, and participates in an agency supervised fish culture training program.
 
Fish Culture (Specialist 2’s are expected to actively learn fish culture practices); Feeds fish their calculated daily ration; monitors fish behavior, health, egg and fish production; calculates and administers drugs as prescribed; identifies, sorts, and samples species for spawning and adult distribution; cleans ponds and raceways, troughs, and incubator systems, identifies marked adults and collects tags/marks for bio sampling and records data; collects fish tissue and fluid samples; performs fish inventories, splits, marking trailer inventories, weight samples, releases and plants fish.
 
Recordkeeping and Reporting; Enters data into forms and spreadsheets (e.g. fish mortality, feed sheets, feed inventory, and chemical usage); accurately fills out agency forms such as fish transfer tickets, hatchery invoice tickets, etc. Submits complete and accurate forms required. Assist in developing in-house forms as required.
 
Operation and Maintenance of Facility; Monitors water flow and quality parameters; takes water samples and readings (e.g. dissolved gases, suspended settleable solids, and other parameters as required) maintains proper water flow and rearing environments; responds to alarms; monitors and maintains facility support systems; actively identifies safety hazards and takes action or recommends remedies as appropriate.
 
Operation and Maintenance of Equipment; Organizes and maintains hatchery tools, equipment, and grounds; identifies and communicates safety concerns (management to staff and staff to management), uses tools and equipment properly and safely.
 
Public Contact and Communications; Responds to/answers questions from visitors or outside entities in a polite professional manner. Conducts organized tours; identifies the best way to respond with difficult-to-answer questions or when information is not readily obtainable.
 
Working Conditions
Work week is Monday to Sunday and typically work is 5 - 8 hour days per week, depending on the time of year; includes days, nights, weekends and holidays as needed. Ability to lift 50 lbs, work out doors in all weather conditions and perform strenuous physical activities. This position requires a valid driver’s license. There is no housing available to facilitate the standby requirement.
 
All applicants considering applying for this position should understand and consider that standby is a requirement for all positions in the Fish Hatchery Specialist series. Management may determine it is necessary to assign it in order to accomplish the goals and objectives of the agency and as necessary to protect the resources of the agency and if assigned, it will be a requirement of the position.
Union
This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement between the State of Washington, Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE), which contains a "union security" provision. This means that, as a condition of employment you must either join the union and pay union dues, or pay the union a representational or other fee within 30 days of the date you are put into pay status.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
Associate’s degree in fisheries technology or closely allied field. OR Three years of education towards a Bachelor’s degree in fisheries or closely allied field. OR Successful completion of a fish culture program from a vocational school.  OR Three years of experience performing a variety of fish culture duties in a hatchery will substitute for the required education. Preferred work experience in a hatchery setting.
 
Knowledge and Abilities Desired:
1. Basic computer skills, familiarity with Microsoft Outlook and Excel software.
2. Basic fish culture techniques; rearing procedures
3. Water dynamics ( e.g. flows, flow patterns, availability, temperature, etc)
4. Calibration of specialized instruments (e.g. scales, Dissolved Oxygen meters)
5. Basic math; calculate and understand quantities and proportions
6. Ability to work out of doors in all weather conditions and perform strenuous physical activities.
7. Safe and proper use and maintenance of tools and equipment.
 
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
To apply for this position you MUST complete your profile at www.careers.wa.gov and attach the following to your profile before completing the online application:
Three professional references (personal references do not count as professional)
Please note: Failure to follow the above application instructions will lead to disqualification. E-mailed documents will not be accepted in lieu of attaching your documents to the online profile.
Upon submission of your online application, you will immediately receive a confirming e-mail. You will then be notified via e-mail of your status during the process. In addition to the e-mail notifications, you can check the status of your application at any time by visiting your online profile at www.careers.wa.gov. Due to the high volume of applications that we receive, we ask your understanding and encourage you to use the online process and avoid calling for information.   
 
 
 
 
The Department of Fish and Wildlife 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 of disability, persons over 40 years of age, disabled and Vietnam era veterans and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application process or this announcement in an alternative format may call (360) 902-2276 or the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) at (800) 833-6388.

 

Non-permanent Fish Hatchery Specialist 2 *11800-14 Supplemental Questionnaire
 
*1.Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony within the last ten (10) years?
Yes Yes    No No
 
*2.Do you have a valid Washington State, or other state, driver's license? (If selected for an interview, you may be asked to furnish your license and driving record.)
Yes Yes    No No
 
*3.Which best describes your work experience working in a hatchery setting?
Checkbox 1-5 months
Checkbox 6-11 months
Checkbox 12 months or more
Checkbox I do not have hatchery experience
* Required Question