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Work-Life Team Lead

Workplace Options

Posted on: 4/22/14
Apply by: 6/30/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Sustainable Business

Team Leads work in a service center and oversee the day-to-day quality and production of their Team. The Team Lead must be organized, disciplined, and able to multi-task in a fast-pace call center environment.

To find out more, please visit: https://pioneer.hiresystem.com/Applicant/JobDetail.aspx?ID=W2JBu-LseSJ_2WoU322fbQ

Student Activist Coordinator

Amnesty International

Posted on: 4/18/14
Apply by: 5/15/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Global Studies, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Sustainable Business, M.A. Organizational Development, PhD in Leadership & Change

Student Coordinators are experienced organizers responsible for implementing and leading Amnesty International USA’s student and youth activism in their assigned states and across the country. The SAC program is a multi-year leadership development program with progressive skill development, responsibilities and opportunities related to movement building and human rights campaigning. SACs develop the leadership of Student Group Coordinators through one-on-one meetings and facilitating leadership training, and connect them to other state, regional and national staff and member leaders. are experienced organizers responsible for implementing and leading Amnesty International USA’s student and youth activism in their assigned states and across the country. The SAC program is a multi-year leadership development program with progressive skill development, responsibilities and opportunities related to movement building and human rights campaigning.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.amnestyusa.org/get-involved/volunteer-positions-and-resources/student-activist-coordinator

Part-time HR/OD Person

Delta Prime Consulting

Posted on: 4/18/14
Apply by: 5/17/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Organizational Development

Position: Part time HR/OD Associate
Location: Remote position but individual must be able to meet for a couple in-person training days in Los Angeles
Hours: Approximately 15 hours/week

Organization Overview:
Delta Prime Consulting is a boutique full service HR and recruitment company that specializes in assisting clients in the non-profit sector. For more information, please visit our website at www.deltaprimeconsulting.com

To find out more, please visit: http://deltaprimeconsulting.com/?page_id=80

Inside Sales Representative

AFL

Posted on: 4/18/14
Apply by: 6/18/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Communication

Skills/Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Journalism, Marketing, Business or related field required.
• 3+ years of sales, or marketing, or product management experience in a business-to-business technology company; fiber optics experience a strong plus.
• Must have experience in telemarketing, outbound phone sales, or cold calling with excellent communication and follow up skills.
• Possess strong analytical, organizational, and project management skills.
Computer/Design skills: Demonstrated competence with MS Office; ability to grasp other software as needed.
• Must be willing to travel as needed; ability to efficiently present to customers, prospects, and employees.

To find out more, please visit: https://www.hirebridge.com/v3/application/Jobapplylogin.aspx?cid=6019&jid=219381

Programs & Events Coordinator

Pawsitive Alliance

Posted on: 4/15/14
Apply by: 4/25/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, M.A. Communication, M.A. Environment & Community, M.A. Organizational Development, M.A. Management & Leadership

Pawsitive Alliance is seeking a self-motivated and personable individual who is interested in working in the animal welfare field to assist with our non-profit organization’s activities as Programs & Events Coordinator.

This is a home based contract position opportunity based out of Puget Sound, with a flexible schedule including 20-30 hours per week involving some evenings and weekends, with potential for additional hours and growth.

Interested applicants should email their cover letter, resume and three references in a Word or .PDF file to jobs@pawsitivealliance.org. Please do not send any additional materials. No phone calls or hard copies please.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.pawsitivealliance.org/

Licensed Mental Health Professional

Counseling Services for Wellbeing

Posted on: 4/03/14
Apply by: 5/31/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Psychology (Individual Therapy, Couple Therapy, Family Therapy, Art Therapy, Drama Therapy), M.A. Counseling (Individual Counseling, Group Counseling, Art Therapy, Drama Therapy), PsyD in Clinical Psychology

New and dynamic mental health counseling collaboration getting under way! We are currently looking for Licensed Mental Health Professionals to join us in our group private practice. Get in at the ground level! Choose your own hours! We are interviewing now to begin credentialing and have the referral sources to begin building the practice of your dreams, as soon as this summer.

Part Time and Full Time Positions Available, 18-30 hours/ week, depending on your desired income and work load.

To find out more, please visit: http://counselingservicesforwellbeing.com

Global Citizenship Fellowship

U.S. Fund for UNICEF

Posted on: 3/31/14
Apply by: 4/13/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. Environmental Studies, B.A. Global Studies, B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Psychology, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Spiritual Studies, B.A. Sustainable Business, B.A. Individualized Studies, B.A. with Teacher Certification, M.A. Education, M.A. Teaching, M.A. Psychology, M.A. Counseling, M.A. Integrative Studies, Ecopsychology, M.A. Communication, M.A. Environment & Community, M.A. Organizational Psychology, M.A. Organizational Development, M.A. Management & Leadership, M.A. Whole Systems Design, PsyD in Clinical Psychology, PhD in Leadership & Change

Global Citizenship Fellows work with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF Program and Community Engagement Division in the following locations: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas /North Texas, Houston, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, San Francisco, Seattle, Miami, and Washington D.C. The Fellowship is a highly-selective, full-time, 13 month program that prepares diverse, committed, and globally-minded individuals for effective leadership in public service. By helping to establish UNICEF’s domestic imprint, the Fellows exemplify the concept of the “global citizen” as someone who understands global interconnectedness, respects and values diversity, has the ability to challenge injustice and inequalities, and takes action in a way that is personally meaningful. Fellows aim to inspire their communities to take action for the world’s children by engaging local groups and cultivating awareness.

To find out more, please visit: http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH07/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=UNICEFUSA&cws=1&rid=454

Grade Four Class Teacher 2014-15

Bright Water School

Posted on: 3/27/14
Apply by: 5/01/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. Psychology, B.A. with Teacher Certification, M.A. Education, M.A. Teaching

Bright Water School seeks a Waldorf-trained and experienced individual to lead the Grade Four class of 2014-15. This position will remain open until filled.

Qualifications:
Candidates are required to have a BA or BS, a Waldorf Teaching Certificate and grade school teaching experience. Applicants with Waldorf teaching experience preferred. Applicants with Washington State Teaching Certificate preferred. Applicants without a Waldorf Teaching Certificate will not be considered.

Salary and Benefit Information:
Salary range is between $40,000 and $54,000 depending on experience. Professional development support includes mentoring from colleagues, regular evaluations by an outside evaluator, and funding for Waldorf training and workshops.

Benefits:
Comprehensive medical/dental/vision coverage, 403(b) retirement with employer matching, Long-term disability, Life insurance.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.brightwaterschool.org/grade-four-teacher-2014-15/

Work – Life Consultant

Workplace Options

Posted on: 3/25/14
Apply by: 7/01/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. Environmental Studies, B.A. Global Studies, B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Psychology, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Spiritual Studies, B.A. Sustainable Business, B.A. Individualized Studies, B.A. with Teacher Certification

Work Life Consultants work in a service center and provide personal and family assistance to service members and their families in regards to childcare, eldercare, and daily living.

WPO relies on the consultant’s telephone skills to grow and prosper. All calls, whether inbound or outbound, require high quality standards. All consultants will be required to complete cases (aka research & referrals).

To find out more, please visit: http://www.workplaceoptions.com/index.asp

Special Assistant-Foreign Affairs (all cities worldwide)

Organization for International Cooperation

Posted on: 3/21/14
Apply by: 4/04/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Environmental Studies, B.A. Global Studies

Our OIC Special Assistant position is for those who fully understand just how serious our global security threats and humanitarian challenges are. Our position is for those who want to be part of a ground breaking project that will make it possible for foreign policymakers, negotiators and other officials to produce unprecedented breakthrough results.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.oic-world-peace.org/volunteers—interns.html

Family Preservation Therapist

Tulalip Tribes

Posted on: 3/20/14
Apply by: 6/01/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Psychology, M.A. Psychology (Family Therapy), M.A. Counseling (Individual Counseling, Group Counseling)

Applicant must work directly with families and their children in the office and in client homes. Applicant must provide intervention and support to families as well as assisting in office work including but not limited to; paperwork, handling files, creating documents, attending meetings, assisting in trainings and with billing. Must be willing to work some evenings to conduct home visits as needed.

To find out more, please visit: https://careers-tulalip.icims.com/jobs/2659/family-preservation-therapist/job

Case Manager

Tulalip Tribes Behavioral Health

Posted on: 3/20/14
Apply by: 6/01/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Psychology, M.A. Psychology (Individual Therapy, Family Therapy), M.A. Counseling (Individual Counseling)

The protection and preservation of Indian Children and their families, specifically prevention of child abuse. Case Managers are responsible for meeting all casework management directives as required by the code, policy, and other mandates.

To find out more, please visit: https://careers-tulalip.icims.com/jobs/2958/beda%3fchelh-case-manager/job

Tutor

Huntington Learning Center – Issaquah

Posted on: 3/19/14
Apply by: 4/01/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. with Teacher Certification, M.A. Education, M.A. Teaching, M.A. Psychology, M.A. Counseling, M.A. Integrative Studies, Ecopsychology, M.A. Communication, M.A. Environment & Community, M.A. Organizational Psychology, M.A. Organizational Development, M.A. Management & Leadership, M.A. Whole Systems Design

We are looking for passionate, enthusiastic, and articulate teachers who strive to make a difference.

OUR PART TIME TEACHERS work closely with students in Math, Science, Verbal, and Writing for SAT and ACT Prep and High School Entrance Exam Prep.

There are many benefits to working at Huntington.

~ No certification required
~ Flexible, part-time schedules
~ AFTER SCHOOL & WEEKEND HOURS
~ Paid training
~ No lessons to plan and no homework to grade
~ Great work environment
~ Pays ~$15-$19/hour

To find out more, please visit: http://issaquah.huntingtonhelps.com/careers

Inside Sales Representative / Marketing Specialist

AFL

Posted on: 3/18/14
Apply by: 5/18/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. Environmental Studies, B.A. Global Studies, B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Psychology, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Spiritual Studies, B.A. Sustainable Business, B.A. Individualized Studies, B.A. with Teacher Certification

Skills/Requirements
• Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Journalism, Marketing, Business or related field required.
• 3+ years of sales, or marketing, or product management experience in a business-to-business technology company; fiber optics experience a strong plus.
• Must have experience in telemarketing, outbound phone sales, or cold calling with excellent communication and follow up skills.
• Possess strong analytical, organizational, and project management skills.
Computer/Design skills: Demonstrated competence with MS Office; ability to grasp other software as needed.
• Must be willing to travel as needed; ability to efficiently present to customers, prospects, and employees.

To find out more, please visit: https://www.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=6019&jid=219381

Developmental Disabilities Case/Resource Manager

DSHS – Developmental Disabilities Administration

Posted on: 3/11/14
Apply by: 3/18/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Human Services

Job Number 2014-02351:

People with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families are valued citizens of the state of Washington. DSHS – Developmental Disabilities Administration strives to develop and implement public policies that will promote individual worth, self-respect, and dignity such that each individual is valued as a contributing member of the community. Region 2 Field North – Mt. Vernon office is recruiting for a Developmental Disabilities Case/Resource Manager, managing a caseload of adults who receive residential services.

This position provides advanced level of social services and specialized case and/or resource management for people with intellectual disabilities and their families. The position adheres to federal and state laws and regulations and administration/department policies and procedures governing work tasks. Work may include exposure to persons who may have a criminal history and/or mental health issues.

To find out more, please visit: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm?&promotionaljobs=0&transfer=0

Art Teacher

Clay Animation Network

Posted on: 3/10/14
Apply by: 3/28/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. with Teacher Certification, M.A. Education, M.A. Teaching

The Clay Animation Network (CAN) is a traveling animation school that’s located in Seattle. You will drive to all of your teaching sites on a regular basis. CAN has offered stop-motion and hand-drawn animation to children and adults at over 90 locations over the past 9 years producing over 2,500 student movies. You will work in a creative and rigorous environment with peers to develop animation curriculum for children and then implement that curriculum in various afterschool and summer programs in the area.

CAN is looking for an afterschool and summer program teacher. 3 month trial to see if it’s a good fit. Desiring long-term employees.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.cancancancan.com/#!hiring/cwky

Licensed Mental Health Professional

Counseling Services for Wellbeing

Posted on: 2/28/14
Apply by: 3/30/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Psychology or M.A. Counseling w/Individual Therapy, Couple Therapy, Family Therapy, Art Therapy, Drama Therapy, or PsyD in Clinical Psychology

Looking for someone that is dynamic and excited about learning and growing with our group, and excited to grow their own business within a business. licensed psychotherapists, LISCW, LMHC, LMFT, PhD, PsyD, PMHNP all may apply. This is a practice expansion of counseling services for Wellbeing, Inc. a thriving independent practice, and also in conjunction with mindful therapy group.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.counselingservicesforwellbeing.com

Part-Time Volunteer Manager

501 Commons & The United Way of King County

Posted on: 2/24/14
Apply by: 3/7/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. Global Studies, B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Individualized Studies, M.A. Organizational Development, M.A. Management & Leadership

We are seeking volunteers with diverse backgrounds and skills to join United Way’s Volunteer Impact Partnership Manager Corps. VIP Manager Corps is a United Way program delivered in partnership with 501 Commons that helps local nonprofit organizations develop and sustain effective volunteer engagement programs and practices.

By serving as a VIP Manager Corps (VMC) member you will help an organization develop the basic tools and systems needed to more effectively engage volunteers in the delivery of their mission. This position will allow you to apply your own leadership skills while gaining valuable experience and exposure to the nonprofit community and increasing an organization’s capacity to deliver services.

VMC Members will receive a United Way service award of $800 for serving 300 hours over 8 months starting in April 2014. Internship credit may be possible.

View the full position description and apply online today! Contact Gwyn Howard at gwyn@501commons.org with questions.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.501commons.org/volunteer/volunteer-expectations

Legal Assistant

ACLU of Washington

Posted on: 2/14/14
Apply by: 4/14/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. Environmental Studies, B.A. Global Studies, B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Psychology, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Spiritual Studies, B.A. Sustainable Business, B.A. Individualized Studies

The ACLU of Washington is a nonprofit, public-interest organization devoted to defending and extending civil rights and civil liberties. Its staff of 30 employees, assisted by numerous volunteers, works in a fast-paced, friendly, and professional office. The Legal Assistant serves as a key member of the eight-person legal department team, providing administrative support to the Legal Director and to the staff attorneys. This position will be open until filled. Please view the complete job description for application instructions.

To find out more, please visit: https://aclu-wa.org/legal-assistant

Communications Interns

Fairtrade America

Posted on: 2/13/14
Apply by: 2/28/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Communication

Specific Responsibilities:
• Helping to manage activities around the SCAA Specialty Coffee Association Annual Conference in Seattle, WA on April 24-27, 2014, including possible event organization and promotions.
• Assisting in locating interpreters for SCAA show in Seattle.
• Conducting research in order to help prepare social media posts, blog posts, web content, and other communications materials.
• Designing and writing press materials, social media posts, fact sheets, etc.
• Researching information on journalists and media outlets.
• Managing press databases.
• Collecting and organizing press clips.
• Other duties as assigned.

To find out more, please visit: http://fairtradeamerica.org/post/73314358277/communications-interns-needed-for-spring-2014#

Boycott and Community Organizer Interns

UNITE HERE – Local 8

Posted on: 2/10/14
Apply by: open

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Global Studies, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Individualized Studies

The UNITE-HERE Local 8 internship program strives to link up the workers’ rights movement with the student movement, the LGBTQ movement, the immigrants’ rights movement and all other movements that struggle and work for social justice. Interns will learn the basics of worker organizing, corporate research, and running an effective consumer boycott.

Hours and schedules are flexible, though we ask for a minimum of 3-5 hours per week. Interns will spend a lot of time doing community outreach through phone calls and meetings, corporate research strategies using internet and other public sources, and some street actions and protests.

We have a vibrant team of interns and volunteers, and are always trading thoughts and ideas! Interns are led by one or more staff people, and get regular one-on-one attention to focus on training and development.

The hospitality industry is growing in Seattle! Over the next 5 years, it’s up to the community to set standards for how workers deserve to be treated. Our program relies heavily on support and solidarity from the community. Internss are often the very face of our union as we interact with other community groups, and students often have a unique ability to communicate how good hospitality jobs can enrich the lives of young people.

To find out more, please: contact Levi Pine at lpine@unitehere.org or (206) 224-5738

Manager of Professional Development

Cascadia Community College

Posted on: 2/10/14
Apply by: 2/24/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Organizational Development, M.A. Organizational Psychology, M.A. Whole Systems Design, M.A. Management & Leadership, PhD in Leadership & Change

The Manager of Professional Development will work closely with the Executive Director of Human Resources and other partners to design, deliver, and evaluate a broad range of professional and organizational development opportunities for employees. This incumbent will also facilitate workplace training processes and the implementation of enterprise–wide professional development initiatives. The position will work with stakeholders/partners to assess and identify development needs, locate and/or partner with local resources, implement training and development opportunities, and assess the effectiveness of those processes. This position will also facilitate department specific and enterprise – wide change management as Cascadia’s culture shifts in response to its continuing growth and development.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.cascadia.edu/discover/about/jobs/default.aspx

Tutor

Applerouth Tutoring Services

Posted on: 1/25/14
Apply by: 2/27/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: Graduates from any of our programs

Applerouth Tutoring helps high school students prepare for the SAT and ACT. Additionally, we help students with high school and college subjects, AP exams, SAT Subject tests, and graduate exams.

We offer:

1. Paid training for qualified applicants in and beyond the second year of college.
2. Competitive wages: $25 – $30/hour.
3. The opportunity to make up to $45/hour within 2 years.
4. Flexible work hours – you decide when, where, and how much you would like to work.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.applerouth.com/jobs

Sales Intern

Pacific Live, LLC

Posted on: 1/25/14
Apply by: 3/1/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Global Studies, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Individualized Studies

You will be given a variety of daily tasks: logistics, logistics, and inside sales. In addition there will be one or two ongoing projects that you will be expected to work on by yourself with minimal hand-holding.

If any of your projects progress, you will be offered full time employment upon graduation. Even if your projects do not progress, you have potential for full time summertime employment while in school as well as permanent internship. The pay listed in base pay with potential for increase based on performance.

Qualifications
General office skills: excel, word, typing. Able to arrive at the office in the early morning. Able to provide succinct weekly progress reports on the projects you are working on. Able to think on your feet and be proactive. Proficiency in Mandarin or Spanish a plus.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.pacificlive.net

Psychologist 4

Dept. of Social and Health Services/Developmental Disabilities Administration – Fircrest RHC

Posted on: 1/17/14
Apply by: 1/19/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: PsyD – Clinical Psychology

This position provides psychological and behavioral services to one or more assigned program units within Fircrest Residential Habilitation Center (RHC), Program Area Team (PAT) N (Skilled Nursing Facility), for persons with intellectual disabilities (ID). Services are provided as a professional member of an interdisciplinary treatment team; provides consultation, evaluation, program planning and staff training.

To find out more, please visit: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm

Primary Therapist (Licensed)

The Moore Center

Posted on: 1/17/14
Apply by: 1/31/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Psychology (Individual, Couple, or Family Therapy), M.A. Counseling (Individual or Group Counseling, Art Therapy), PsyD – Clinical Psychology

In an effort to increase access to residential eating disorders treatment in the Northwest, The Moore Center has partnered with Eating Recovery Center to open a 24-hour treatment program for male and female adults and adolescents. Opening in Spring 2014, Eating Recovery Center of Washington is a 24-bed Residential program located in close proximity to The Moore Center on the Overlake Hospital Medical Campus in Bellevue.

To find out more, please visit: http://moorecenterclinic.com/careers/

Milieu Coordinator

The Moore Center

Posted on: 1/17/14
Apply by: 1/31/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Psychology, M.A. Psychology (Individual or Family Therapy), M.A. Counseling (Individual or Group Counseling)

The Moore Center is Washington State’s longest-established eating disorder clinic, delivering caring and cost-effective treatment for adolescents, young adults and adults. Our multi-disciplinary, team-based approach provides patients and their families with customized and comprehensive treatment for patients with eating disorders and co-occurring psychiatric illness. The Moore Center is seeking a Milieu Coordinator for the 7-day Partial Hospitalization Program and Residential Facility. This position is an integral part of a multidisciplinary team of Therapists, Dieticians, and Psychiatrists. We are a fast paced and dynamic environment. The ideal candidate will be responsible for constant and comprehensive patient supervision and support, facilitate psycho-educational groups, provide structure and contribute to implementation of therapeutic programming including, bathroom and meal-time support; Ensure a safe and therapeutic environment.

To find out more, please visit: http://moorecenterclinic.com/careers/

Housing Milieu Support

The Moore Center

Posted on: 1/17/14
Apply by: 1/31/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Psychology, M.A. Psychology

The Moore Center is seeking a Patient Housing Support position to provide observation and assistance to patients with eating disorders and co-occurring mental health issues who are voluntarily staying at housing near the treatment facility. The support staff will assist patients in self-monitoring and management of eating disorder symptoms while empowering the patient to continue their recovery after the program hours. This position does not provide any psychotherapy, medical care, or nutritional advice/assessment to persons lodging at the annex. The Housing Support Staff must be mature & demonstrate understanding of appropriate boundaries, have excellent communication skills, flexibility, good judgment, attention to detail, reliability, and professionalism.

To find out more, please visit: http://moorecenterclinic.com/careers/

Development Assistant

The ARC of King County

Posted on: 1/7/14
Apply by: 1/22/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Individualized Studies, M.A. Communication

The Development Assistant is a support position in the Fund Development department. The Development Assistant contributes to marketing collateral production, creation of digital and social media, and plays an important role in the Arc’s fundraising and community events. The DA distributes The Arc of King County’s communication and PR materials (e-news, evites, appeals, press releases) and supports the agency’s efforts to undo institutional racism, build cultural competence, and serve an increasingly diverse population.

The main responsibilities of the Development Assistant are: 40% Produce the majority of marketing, membership, fundraising and communication materials including graphic design and desktop publishing; 40% Assist in creating, disseminating and monitoring all digital and social media; 20% Assist in event planning, implementation, and post-event processing.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.arcofkingcounty.org/images/Jobs/Development_Assistant.pdf

Therapist – Multisystemic Therapy

Therapist – Mentally Ill Juvenile Offenders

Community Youth Services

Posted on: 1/7/14
Apply by: 2/28/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Psychology/Individual or Family Therapy, M.A. Counseling/Individual Counseling

Community Youth Services is seeking two full-time Therapists. One for its Multisystemic Therapy Program and the other for its Juvenile Offender Program. These exempt positions will provide direct services and therapeutic supports to families and their adolescents who are experiencing extraordinary challenges in several life domains including Juvenile Justice, school, mental health, child welfare, and antisocial behavior.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.communityyouthservices.org/employment.shtml

Computer Science Teacher

University Prep

Posted on: 1/7/14
Apply by: 3/1/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Teaching, M.A. Education

University Prep seeks an innovative computer science teacher to deliver a program of study in grades 6-12, including three levels of computer science classes, supporting instruction for computational thinking across the curriculum, and advising student clubs. This is a new position, part of a school initiative to increase emphasis on computer science in the program and meet rapidly growing student interest in the subject.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.universityprep.org/about-us/employment

Teacher

Clay Animation Network

Posted on: 12/18/13
Apply by: 1/3/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, M.A. Teaching, M.A. Education, Art Therapy

The Clay Animation Network (CAN) is a traveling animation school that’s located in Seattle. You will drive to all of your teaching sites on a regular basis. CAN has offered stop-motion and hand-drawn animation to children and adults at over 90 locations over the past 9 years producing over 2,500 student movies. You will work in a creative and rigorous environment with peers to develop animation curriculum for children and then implement that curriculum in various after-school and summer programs in the area. Presently we are hiring for 2 positions: teacher only and teacher/admin (poses as both).

To find out more, please visit: http://www.cancancancan.com/#!hiring/cwky

Ski Instructor

Snow Sports Consulting Service LLC

Posted on: 11/13/13
Apply by: 12/5/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Human Development & Learning, M.A. Teaching, M.A. Education, M.A. Management & Leadership

Teaching elementary student to ski. Six Wednesdays 1/8/14 through 2/12/14 working 2.5 hours per week. Receive an unlimited seasons pass to the Summit at Snoqualmie for either $65 or $120.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.snowsportsconsultingservice.com

Teachers, para-professionals, and athletic coaches

Highline Public Schools

Posted on: 11/7/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Education with Teacher Certification, M.A. Education with Teacher Certification, M.A. Teaching

Highline Public Schools is looking for “top-notch professionals committed to delivering on our promise,” and they’re holding a Fall Career Fair on Wednesday, Nov. 20 from 3–5:30pm at the ERAC Building in Burien. The district is seeking teachers, para-professionals, and athletic coaches. Bring a current resume and meet Highline staff. Interviews for qualified candidates will be given on-site. Highline Public Schools, ERAC Boardroom, 15675 Ambaum Blvd SW Burien, WA 98166.

Development Officer: Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager

ACT – A Contemporary Theatre

Posted on: 11/7/13
Apply By: 12/6/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Sustainable Business, B.A. Individualized Studies, M.A. Communication, M.A. Organizational Development, M.A. Whole Systems Design, M.A. Management & Leadership

This position serves as the primary point-of-contact and relationship manager for ACT Theatre’s Corporate, Foundation, and Government partners. Responsibilities include management of benefits and recognition, as well as oversight, reporting, and program descriptions for institutional funders.

To find our more about this job, please visit http://www.acttheatre.org/About/WorkwithUs/Jobs

Middle School Math Teacher

Seattle Hebrew Academy

Posted on: 11/1/13
Apply By: 12/15/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Education with Teacher Certification, M.A. Education with Teacher Certification, M.A. Teaching

Qualifications:

- Current Washington State teaching certificate
- Strong knowledge of math content and state, Common Core, and NCTM standards
- Effective oral and written communication skills
- Minimum of two years successful teaching experience at the middle school level
- Ability to integrate technology into the classroom
- Knowledge and ability to assess student learning and set learning goals based on assessment outcomes
- Ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of a wide range of learners
- Willingness to work closely with colleagues in a mentoring relationship
- Ability to create and maintain a positive classroom environment that encourages student learning, risk-taking, and character development
- Commitment to ongoing individual professional growth

*Please submit cover letter and resume to Sarah Steinberg at ssteinberg@sha613.org

To find our more about this job, please visit http://seattlehebrewacademy.org

Management Trainee

American Income Life

Posted on: 11/1/13
Apply By: 1/1/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Psychology, M.A. Communication, M.A. Management & Leadership

As a company AIL is a supplemental benefit provider for unionized employees. We have been in business for over 50 years and currently have over 6.5 million customers worldwide. Our company has a well-established marketing plan, and a strong niche market (50,000+ groups internationally) so our associates do no cold calling and no prospecting.Our MIT position is the fast track to reach our upper management levels. You will learn our business from top to bottom via our in-depth training process. Candidates need to be willing to assist new members with their financial options and present a strong first impression. Our local office is located in Redmond, Wa.

Please send your resumes and cover letter to the Director of Talent Acquisition at: Hollyprofitt@altig.com

To find our more about this job, please visit http://www.ailcareers.com/

Recycling & Waste Prevention Intern

Seattle Public Utilities

Posted on: 10/24/13
Apply By: 11/5/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Environmental Studies, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Sustainable Business, M.A. Environment & Community, M.A. Organizational Development, M.A. Whole Systems Design

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) Customer Programs Division is seeking two interns for the Recycling and Waste Prevention group. These interns will focus on program development and outreach to the residential and business sectors, including multi-family dwellings, schools, restaurants small and large businesses, etc. The group is currently focused on food waste collection, compostable or recyclable take-out packaging, transfer station diversion, service equity, and other similar projects.

To find our more about this job, please visit http://www.seattle.gov/personnel/employment/default_neogov.asp

Program Manager, Counseling and Family Support

Friends of Youth

Posted on: 10/22/13
Apply By: 11/1/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: MA Psychology, MA Counseling, MA Organizational Psychology, MA Management & Leadership, PsyD in Clinical Psychology

The Manager of Counseling and Family Support Programs develops, supervises and coordinates all counseling and community education programs, manages related grants and contracts, and is responsible for outreach to other providers and the community. The Manager is also responsible for the Healthy Start Program and (office based) Parenting Classes.

To find our more about this job, please visit http://friendsofyouth.org/jobYFSProgramManagerCFS.aspx To view more job postings from this organization: please visit: http://friendsofyouth.org/employment.aspx

Executive Editor

Yes! Magazine

Posted on: 10/22/13
Apply By: 10/29/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: BA Arts & Literature, BA Environmental Studies, BA Global Studies, BA Human Development & Learning, BA Leadership and Organizational Studies, BA Social Justice Studies, BA Sustainable Business, BA Individualized Studies, MA Integrative Studies, Ecopsychology, MA Communication, MA Environment & Community, MA Organizational Psychology, MA Whole Systems Design, MA Management & Leadership, PhD in Leadership & Change

The Executive Editor will lead YES! online and print editorial teams. This is a management position, reporting directly to the Executive Director and serving on our senior management team. The Executive Editor will also work closely with the Editor-in-Chief, especially on determining content that carries the distinctive YES! message. Our ideal candidate is an experienced professional who enjoys leading creative professionals to produce excellent, inspiring journalism. This person should bring a deep appreciation of print and online publications and an understanding of the evolving media world.

To find our more about this job, please visit http://www.yesmagazine.org/about/job-executive-editor

Organizational Development Consultant #47329

Puget Sound Energy

Posted on: 10/22/13
Apply By: 10/31/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: MA in Organizational Development, MA in Organizational Psychology

Puget Sound Energy’s Organizational Effectiveness Department is looking for an Organizational Development Consultant to join our team! This role contributes to the company’s success by providing organizational development consulting for both departmental and enterprise-wide employee and leadership development projects and initiatives. In this role, the consultant collaborates closely with Human Resource professionals and management to design, create and implement engaging, results-oriented programs and initiatives that enhance employee engagement and development.

To find our more about this job, please visit http://www.pse.com/careers

Executive Vice President for Instruction

Edmonds Community College

Posted on: 10/22/13
Apply By: 11/3/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: PhD in Leadership and Change

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

JOB 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, and faculty. This is an exempt position reporting to the President of the College All applicants must apply online. No paper submissions or emailed materials will be accepted.

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

Overnight Residential Counselor for Adolescent Eating Disorder Program

Center for Discovery

Posted on: 9/13/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: MA in Psychology, MA in Counseling

Center for Discovery is a residential program in a serene and confidential location for adolescents struggling with anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorders. Center for Discovery provides a tranquil setting for healing where adolescents can safely and effectively address their issues and begin their path to recovery. We believe that recovery from an eating disorder is possible, and our staff is deeply committed to the healing and well-being of adolescents who struggle with eating disorders.

The overnight counselor is responsible for assisting and supporting residents through the entire treatment experience from admission through discharge. The overnight counselor is responsible for communicating their observation and insight to the treatment team to ensure that the team is comprehensively addressing each adolescent’s particular issues. The overnight counselor introduces each new resident to his/her fellow residents and the treatment staff, and orients each resident to the rules, expectations, and routine of the daily treatment schedule. The overnight counselor is additionally responsible for assisting clients with the recovery process by helping residents prepare for bed & get ready in the morning, assisting with any client needs/issues that arise during the night, participating in therapeutic meals, problem solving, and keeping clients focused on recovery/treatment. Overnight responsibilities also include light housekeeping and filing. This is an “awake” position.

We seek the following traits:

  • Someone who is warm and empathetic with knowledge of and ability to set and maintain boundaries and treatment structure
  • Someone with experience or aspiration to work in the field of psychology
  • A team player, who takes initiative, understands crisis management and can implement treatment team interventions
  • A bachelors degree
  • A masters degree is preferred (or masters degree in progress)
  • Experience with mental health, residential treatment, adolescents and/or eating disorders

Duties include:

  • Managing the treatment milieu
  • Partaking in therapeutic meals
  • Clinical documentation
  • Collaboration with other treatment team professionals

The shifts are Saturday and Sunday 12:30 am – 8:30 am. There will also be opportunities to fill in for other shifts if desired. If you are interested in the position please email a cover letter and resume to Cassandra Thacker at cassie.thacker@centerfordiscovery.com.

This is a wonderful opportunity for those interested in working with adolescents and/or learning more about eating disorders. BA/BS and clean driving history REQUIRED. Experience or education in the mental health field is a plus (or is preferred).

The Center for Discovery is both licensed and JCAHO accredited. See http://www.centerfordiscovery.com/ for more information about our program. NO PHONE CALLS please.

Weekend Milieu Counselor for Residential Adolescent Eating Disorder Program

Center for Discovery

Posted on: 9/13/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: MA in Psychology, MA in Counseling

Position Summary: Center for Discovery is a residential program in a serene and confidential location for adolescents struggling with anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorders. Center for Discovery provides a tranquil setting for healing where adolescents can safely and effectively address their issues and begin their path to recovery. We believe that recovery from an eating disorder is possible, and our staff is deeply committed to the healing and well-being of adolescents who struggle with eating disorders.

We currently have a part-time counseling position available for our six-bed treatment center. The shifts are Saturday and Sunday 6:30am-2:30pm. These shifts include supervising clients during exercise time, taking them on outings, and managing visiting hours with families. The candidate would have the ability to fill in for other shifts on an on-call basis if desired.

The counselor is responsible for assisting and supporting residents through the entire treatment experience from admission through discharge. The counselor is responsible for communicating their observation and insight to the treatment team to ensure that the team is comprehensively addressing each adolescent’s particular issues.  The counselor introduces each new resident to his/her fellow residents and the treatment staff, and orients each resident to the rules, expectations, and routine of the daily treatment schedule.

We seek the following traits:

  • Someone who is warm and empathetic with knowledge of and ability to set and maintain boundaries and treatment structure
  • Someone with experience or aspiration to work in the field of psychology
  • A team player, who takes initiative, understands crisis management and can implement treatment team interventions
  • A bachelors degree
  • A masters degree is preferred (or masters degree in progress)
  • Experience with mental health, residential treatment, adolescents and/or eating disorders

Duties include:

  • Facilitating therapeutic groups
  • Managing the treatment milieu
  • Partaking in therapeutic meals
  • Clinical documentation
  • Collaboration with other treatment team professionals

We run a very special and reputable treatment facility. This is a great opportunity for an individual who wants to make a difference in someone’s life by helping him/her to overcome his/her struggles and to help adolescents acquire the tools needed.

If you are interested in the position please email a cover letter and resume to Cassandra Thacker at cassie.thacker@centerfordiscovery.com. The Center for Discovery is both licensed and JCAHO accredited. See http://www.centerfordiscovery.com/ for more information about our program. NO PHONE CALLS please.

Business Administrator

Song Technologies

Posted on: 9/6/13 

Best Suited for Alumni From: BA Leadership and Organizational Studies, BA Sustainable Business, MA Management and Leadership

Position Summary:

We are a small, fast paced ticketing company seeking an excellent long-term, full-time business admin with high potential and a willingness to go the extra mile.

Compensation: DOE 

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelors Degree
  • Fast Learner  
  • Basic to advanced computer and internet skills 
  • Must be extremely detail oriented 
  • Responsible and always on time 
  • Excellent problem solver 
  • Work well both independently and with others

Desired Attributes:

  • Trustworthy
  • High level of integrity
  • Intelligent and analytical 
  • Self motivated and aggressive 
  • Positive attitude 
  • Good communicator 
  • Strong Math skills

Application Procedures and Required Documents: Please send your resume along with a personal introduction to songapps2@gmail.com by 10/5/13.

 

 

Tutor

Private Family

Posted on: 8/16/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: BA Human Development and Learning, MA Education, MA Education with Teacher Preparation, MA Education with Special Education endorsement, BA or MA Psychology

Position Summary:

Provide ongoing support for 13 year-old with autism in Bellevue. He has no physical disabilities. This position involves teaching social communication, recreation, and daily living skills. Focus is on maintaining a stimulating, healthy learning environment, and supporting him to become an independent and an active member of his community.

He is very sweet, mild mannered, non-aggressive.  No experience necessary.  Free training from a licensed psychologist will be provided. This might even count as credits in your psychology/education program.

$15 to $25 per hour depending on qualification and availability.
His current tutor is available to talk with you regarding the position if you need to get any information from her.

Must have own car and be willing to escort to his appointments, recreation, and lessons.  All places are 10 miles or less in distance.  Reimbursement for fuel in addition to pay.

Responsibilities:

Provide 1:1 tutoring. Also supervise play time, mealtime, and take him to neighborhood parks, indoor recreation areas, therapy appointments etc.

Work Schedule:
Mondays – 4:45pm until 7:15pm
Wednesdays – 2:45pm until 7pm
Fridays – 5:15pm until 8pm
Saturdays and Sundays 5 to 6 hours each – flexible

You DO NOT have to be available all of the times listed above to apply.

Application Procedures and Required Documents:
Contact Mallika Meiyappan at qpm007@hotmail.com

 

Youth Programs Coordination

Richard Hugo House

Posted on: 7/16/13

Best Suited for Alumni From: All Programs

Position Summary: Develop, implement, and coordinate excellent programming for young writers ages 13-19 in partnership with our current youth programs coordination staff member.

Job Summary:

  • Develop and administer programs including the mentorship program and drop-in writing groups
  • Coordinate and facilitate Youth Leadership Board
  • Implement community outreach programs for youth
  • Coordinate youth performance events
  • Organize and manage creative writing camps for middle and high school aged students, including Summer Scribes and Spoken Word Camp
  • Coordinate field trips and school visits
  • Track, analyze, and evaluate all youth programs in cooperation with House staff

Position Qualifications:

  • A minimum of two years’  experience working with youth
  • Experience with program coordination and/or project management
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Passion for writing and the arts
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Customer service experience
  • Relationship building and teamwork skills
  • Organized and concerned with accuracy
  • Ability to pass a Washington-state background check

Job Conditions:
This job requires expertise with computers, ability to lift 20-35 pounds, and navigate stairs.

ABOUT RICHARD HUGO HOUSE

Our Vision: Richard Hugo House is for writers, from their first words to their last.

Our Mission: Richard Hugo House is a place where you hear words, read words, and make your own words better.

Our Values: Honesty. Humanity. Humility.

Richard Hugo House believes that each member of our staff is a leader and makes a significant contribution to our success. Therefore, this job description is designed to outline the primary duties, desired competencies, qualifications and job scope, but not limit the employee or the organization to just the work identified. It is our expectation that each staff member, once his or her primary responsibilities are met, will offer his or her services wherever and whenever necessary to ensure the success of our endeavors and to focus on those we serve.

If you are interested this position, please click here to start your application process.