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Licensed Mental Health Professional

COWLITZ INDIAN TRIBE

Posted on: 7/29/14
Apply by: 8/31/14

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

Title: Licensed Mental Health Professional
Schedule: Monday through Friday and other days as directed; 40 hrs per week
Location: Seattle Metropolitan Area
Opening Date: July 10, 2014
Classification: Full Time
Salary Range: $21 – $27/hour
Closing Date: Open until position is filled

Position Summary: HHS Seattle is a program of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe’s Health and Human Services Department. HHS Seattle is a Behavioral Health program offering mental health and chemical dependency services to youth and chemical dependency services to adults. The Mental Health Therapist position performs therapeutic interventions with clients, participates as part of a team in developing assessments, treatment plans, and treatment. The Mental Health Therapist works with clients and, where indicated, with families to develop treatment plans that are client-centered and client driven.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.cowlitz.org/index.php/jobs/219-job-seattle-hhs-lic-mh-pro

AmeriCorps Member (Program Coordinator)

Hunger Intervention Program

Posted on: 7/25/14
Apply by: 7/31/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Environmental Studies, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Individualized Studies, M.A. Communication, M.A. Environment & Community, M.A. Organizational Psychology, M.A. Organizational Development, M.A. Management & Leadership, M.A. Whole Systems Design, PhD in Leadership & Change

Hunger Intervention Program is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to end hunger in Seattle by collaborating with community partners. HIP has been engaged in providing food access to the local community for more than 16 years. HIP’s programs include a weekend food backpack program and summer meals for kids, food bank cooking demonstrations, and a senior congregate meal program.

Position Duties and Responsibilities:

The 2014-15 HIP Americorps Program Assistant will play an integral role at HIP, providing direct services to the Lake City and greater North Seattle communities. This position requires a proactive, motivated, well-organized and culturally competent individual with the ability to communicate with individuals from diverse backgrounds. The Americorps member will participate in our Healthy HIP Packs program and cooking demonstrations as well as other organization activities.

To find out more, please visit: http://hungerintervention.org/blog/hip-is-hiring/

RISE Learning Center Director

Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets

Posted on: 7/25/14
Apply by: 8/1/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. with Teacher Certification, M.A. Education, M.A. Teaching

Each year, the RISE Learning Center at PSKS provides educational encouragement and support to more than 50 homeless and at-risk youth and young adults. Those who seek services from RISE have had disrupted educations and have not been well served by traditional school systems for various reasons.

RISE supports the educational needs of these youth, giving them an opportunity to earn their GED and transition to post-secondary education or employment. Students can access wraparound services at PSKS to support the health and well-being of each individual. Over the past three years, 90% of our GED graduates have gone on to post-secondary education.

OPPORTUNITY: Seeking an educator who can actively contribute to a positive, stable, responsive and responsible environment for change. Has a belief system that expects the best and sees the possibilities in each and every participant, staff member and volunteer.

For more information visit www.psks.org

To find out more, please visit: http://www.idealist.org/view/job/BC5hpFX69fXd/

Clinical Coordinator / Youth and Family Therapist (.5 FTE each)

Friends of Youth

Posted on: 7/25/14
Apply by: 8/8/14

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

The Clinical Coordinator supervises the Mental Health Intern program; supervises counselors working under the Issaquah School District (ISD) contracts; and develops, supervises, and coordinates the Parenting Classes program in Issaquah and the Snoqualmie Valley.

The Counselor, using short- and long-term individual and family therapy, group counseling, educational classes and case management services, provides prevention and intervention services to children, youth, families, and communities.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family or related counseling field
2. Minimum three-five years related experience
3. Current Washington State License in the mental health counseling field.

APPLICATION PROCESS: Send cover letter and resume to Greg Arnold at grega@friendsofyouth.org

To find out more, please visit: http://friendsofyouth.org/jobYFSClinicalCoordinatorandYFTherapist.aspx

Operations Coordinator- Bellevue

Tiffany & Co.

Posted on: 7/25/14
Apply by: 8/23/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Management & Leadership

The Operations Coordinator at Tiffany and Co. is the epitome of a multi-tasker and leader of the back of house operations. Not only is this position responsible for overseeing the completion of all operations functions, he or she also delegates operations tasks and helps prioritize the daily work load. The Operations Coordinator has a high level of responsibility within the store and is seen as an important process improvement agent to ensure fiscal responsibility and business efficiencies are in place.

Required Qualifications:
* 2-3 years of prior retail experience in retail operations with comprehensive knowledge of merchandising, customer service, administration and shipping.
* Analytical skills
* Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
* Ability to work retail store hours as necessary, including nights, weekends and holidays.
* Strong verbal and written communication skills
* Organized and detail oriented

To find out more, please visit: http://www.Click2Apply.net/6gvk232

LGBTQ Economic Justice Intern Description

LGBTQ Allyship

Posted on: 7/25/14
Apply by: 10/1/14

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. Psychology, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Individualized Studies

Allyship’s LGBTQ Economic Justice Coalition Intern will help to create and sustain the coalition. Duties will include research and outreach to south Seattle community groups, maintaining communication with coalition members, organizing the logistics of the coalition meetings, research on LGBTQ youth and family disparities locally and policies on the state, county and city level that would benefit LGBTQ and allied families. Basic understanding of LGBTQ economic justice and the economic disparities in the LGBTQ community. The intern will also be assisting in community outreach at events, possible presentations about the coalition and keeping our membership up-to-date through Facebook, Twitter, the website and email. All interns must be able to work independently with a high level of accountability, in a multi-setting and dynamic environment. Email Info@allyship.org for more info.

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

Legislative Intern

LGBTQ Allyship

Posted on: 7/25/14
Apply by: 10/1/14

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. Psychology, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Individualized Studies

Allyship’s Legislative Intern will take on the majority of our legislative actions, including events, research, and outreach. All interns must be able to work independently with a high level of accountability, in a multi-setting and dynamic environment. Allyship’s Legislative Intern will take leadership in tracking and analyzing legislation in Washington State and on the county and city level within the scope of racial, gender, economic, social justice with a queer lens. Email info@allyship.org for more info.

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

Youth and Young Adult FIERCE Institute Intern

LGBTQ Allyship

Posted on: 7/25/14
Apply by: 10/1/14

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. Psychology, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Individualized Studies

Allyship’s Youth and Young Adult (Y&YA) intern will assist the Youth and Young Adult Community
Organizer in implementing the FIERCE Summer Institute and after-school program. The intern will need to be competent in LGBTQ, racial, gender and economic justice issues and dynamics. All interns must be able to work independently with a high level of accountability, in a multi-setting and dynamic environment.
A Youth and Young Adult intern can expect to develop skills in working with marginalized LGBTQ youth/young adults, how to incorporate art as a tool to learn civic engagement, leadership and life skills and how to incorporate social justice principles in your programming. An Assistant will learn how to develop leaders, construct an anti-oppression analysis, create a network of healthy relationships, advocate at the city, county and state levels of government and incorporate body positivity in their everyday experiences. Email info@allyship.org for more info.

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

Sales Rep – BREMERTON WA DIAB PC

Eli Lilly

Posted on: 7/8/14
Apply by: 8/25/14

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

Responsibilities:

Our goal is to become the premier sales force in the pharmaceutical industry. we are looking for diverse and dynamic professionals who want to be a part of a winning team and to make a difference in people’s lives.

• Achieve sales growth in territory
• Professionally promote Eli Lilly’s products to healthcare professionals
• Conduct analyses on product & market trends
• Develop & execute territory business plans
• Coordinate efforts with territory partners in a team environment

Basic Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree
• Professional certification or license if required by a specific state
• Completion of the pre-employment screen
• Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to be employed in the United States. Eli Lilly does not anticipate providing sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., h-1b or tn status) for this employment position

To find out more, please visit: https://xjobs.brassring.com/tgwebhost/jobdetails.aspx?PartnerId=25428&SiteId=5645&Areq=11953BR&Codes=IMB

Financial Representative

Norhtwestern Mutual

Posted on: 6/19/14
Apply by: 7/17/14

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

Northwestern Mutual Financial Representatives offer a personalized approach to uncovering financial solutions tailored to each client’s individual needs.

Financial Representatives with Northwestern Mutual provide expert guidance and innovative solutions to help meet a client’s financial goals and objectives at every life stage. They offer exclusive access to insurance products from a top-rated company, The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company (Northwestern Mutual), as well as an array of quality financial products and services available through the company’s subsidiaries.

Opportunity: If you’re a top-notch performer, value independence, want to be financially rewarded for your success, and have the desire to positively impact people’s lives every day, consider a career as a Northwestern Mutual Financial Representative in Anchorage, Alaska.

For more information call our Anchorage Office Managing Director, Gary S. Brayshaw, Ph.D., AM, MA, CLU, ChFC at (907) 440-3515.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.northwesternmutual.com/career-opportunities/financial-representative-careers/your-career-as-a-financial-representative.aspx

Organizer In Training – Higher Education Campaign in Seattle

SEIU International

Posted on: 6/19/14
Apply by: 7/17/14

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

The SEIU Organizer-in-Training (OIT) Program is a 12-month training program. As an Organizer-in-Training with the SEIU, you will be assigned to organizing campaigns, trained on the fundamentals of union organizing and will have the opportunity to learn the skills needed to help workers build power in the workplace.

Key Responsibilities:

* Conducting broad and intensive outreach efforts to non-union workers.
* Building one-on-one relationships with workers.
* Identifying, recruiting and developing worker leaders.
* Conducting individual and group meetings with workers to move organizing campaigns forward.

Required Qualifications:

* Demonstrated commitment to social and economic justice.
* Ability and willingness to work long and irregular hours, including nights and weekends.
* Excellent listening, oral and written communication skills.
EOE

To find out more, please visit: http://www.Click2apply.net/7ybcdyq

Youth and Young Adult FIERCE Institute Intern

LGBTQ Allyship

Posted on: 6/18/14
Apply by: 7/31/14

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

Allyship’s Youth and Young Adult (Y&YA) intern will assist in implementing the FIERCE Summer Institute and after-school program. The intern will need to be competent in LGBTQ, racial, gender and economic justice issues and dynamics. All interns must be able to work independently with a high level of accountability, in a multi-setting and dynamic environment. A Youth and Young Adult intern can expect to develop skills in working with marginalized LGBTQ youth/young adults, how to incorporate art as a tool to learn civic engagement, leadership and life skills and how to incorporate social justice principles in your programming. An assistant will learn how to develop leaders, construct an anti-oppression analysis, create a network of healthy relationships, advocate at the city, county and state levels of government and incorporate body positiveness in their everyday experiences.

Please contact Debbie Carlsen at info@allyship.org or (206) 930-6668 for more info.

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

Physical Science Technician

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & IMF

Posted on: 6/17/14
Apply by: 6/25/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Environmental Studies, B.A. Individualized Studies, M.A. Environment & Community

DUTIES:
As a Physical Science Technician, your duties will include, but are not limited to:
-Storing contaminated equipment and water.
-Performing radiological evaluations of specific work sites.
-Maintaining surveillance over cleaning and decontamination of equipment and tools.
-Checking assigned shipyard area(s) for radiological control problems.
-Performing a variety of air and surface surveys, and applies standard procedures to correct existing deficiencies.

To find out more, please visit: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/372544000

Program Officer

Marguerite Casey Foundation

Posted on: 6/10/14
Apply by: 6/23/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Global Studies, B.A. Social Justice Studies, M.A. Environment & Community, M.A. Management & Leadership, PhD in Leadership & Change

The Marguerite Casey Foundation is seeking a grassroots leader and community change agent with experience in advocacy, social justice, movement building, organizing and community and family empowerment to serve as its Program Officer for the Southwest Region, which includes Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Foundation experience, while not required, is a plus. The position is based at Foundation headquarters in Seattle and involves extensive travel to the Southwest region, working closely and collaboratively with grantee organizations across the three states. The position reports to the Director of Grantmaking and Evaluation, Marsha Bonner.

To learn more about this position and/or to apply please go to the Employment section of the Marguerite Casey Foundation website.

To find out more, please visit: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=mcasey&jobId=29005&lang=en_US

Part-time, Full-time, and On-Call Nannies

Seattle Nanny Network, Inc.

Posted on: 6/10/14
Apply by: 12/31/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Psychology, B.A. Individualized Studies, B.A. with Teacher Certification, M.A. Education, M.A. Teaching, M.A. Communication

Seattle Nanny is currently accepting applications for FT, PT, and On-Call Nanny/Household Management positions!

All jobs market rate of $15-$25/hour + Benefits, unless otherwise listed!

APPLY! Every listing has different requirements — the best way to find a job with one of our families is to preregister so we know where to find you when the perfect job comes across our desks! Job listings change every week.

Our family clients are all over the Seattle, North, Eastside and South sound areas. There is no cost to you – the family pays for the service.

Located in Kirkland and servicing the greater Puget Sound area Seattle Nanny is one of the most established placement agencies around; we love what we do and it shows! We represent the best nannies and families this city has to offer and we work quickly to bring them together. We offer training, continuing education, and networking opportunities.

Please send us your resume with the subject line “Nanny Position Inquiry” if interested.

To find out more, please visit: http://seattlenanny.com/inquire-online.php

On-Call Wellness Coordinator

Women’s Wellness Center, a program of Catholic Community Services

Posted on: 5/27/14
Apply by: 6/30/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Psychology, B.A. Social Justice Studies, M.A. Psychology, M.A. Counseling, M.A. Integrative Studies, Ecopsychology, M.A. Environment & Community, M.A. Organizational Psychology

The Women’s Wellness Center is small hygiene center that provides showers, laundry, and hygiene supplies at no cost to women currently experiencing homelessness.

The Coordinator position is a direct service role and facilitates all “front of house” operations. On-Call staff can be scheduled a month in advance or pick up shifts as they open up. Primary skills needed are: time management, interacting positively and respectfully with clients, fairly enforcing policies, working as a team, diffusing conflicts, cultivating community, and maintaining a clean, organized, and safe facility. Knowledge of homeless issues is very helpful.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.ccsww.org/site/DocServer/OC_Wellness_Services_Coordinator_WWC_2014-4-9.pdf?docID=11125

Tutor

College Nannies + Tutors

Posted on: 5/23/14
Apply by: 6/9/14

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

Make a difference in student’s lives. We have many openings for tutor positions at our Learning Center location. College Tutors offers flexible, part-time positions that will work around your schedule. We are looking for tutors available to work 10-15 hours within the hours listed below:
Mon-Thurs 2:00 p.m. – 9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. You can start immediately!

Qualifications:
-GPA of 3. 5 or higher, ACT score of 30 or higher!
-Good study habits and organizational skills.
-Two references to demonstrate reliability, responsibility, energy and honesty are required.

Past tutoring or teaching experience a plus!

Desired Qualifications:
-1+ to 2 years of experience
-Some college
-Test Prep
* 2+ to 5 years of experience
* High school degree
* Test Prep experience
Excellent Personal Scores on the ACT/SAT

Compensation: $14.00 to $17.00 per hour

To find out more, please visit: http://www.collegenanniesandtutors.com/seattlewa/tutor/join#position_list

Assistant for a Differently-Abled Individual

Stand Together

Posted on: 5/13/14
Apply by: 5/30/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Arts & Literature, B.A. Human Development & Learning, B.A. Human Services, B.A. Psychology, B.A. Social Justice Studies, B.A. Spiritual Studies, B.A. Individualized Studies

Want a mellow, rewarding and inspiring job?

Currently, we are hiring several individuals to be present for a woman with a physical disability in the evenings and on the weekends. You will help her when she wants to eat, go to the restroom, get dressed, go places, and do other things.She is usually very busy on the weekdays working, writing a novels, attending meetings and whatnot.

Because of this, most evenings are quite mellow, helping her with dinner, a snack, an independent leisure activity of her choice, and going to bed. On the weekends, she may write independently, go shopping with your physical assistance, and other things. You will also help with personal care, cat care, housework, some cooking, and the like.

Must be 21 or older with a driver’s license and clear driving record.
We are more than glad to train you and pay you for it!

Email HR2@4securemail.com or call 206-362-1469 for more information

Eating Disorder Technician

The Emily Program

Posted on: 5/13/14
Apply by: 7/1/14

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

Under the supervision of a licensed clinician, the Eating Disorder Technician is responsible for providing direct client services for The Emily Program’s Intensive Outpatient Programs and Partial Hospitalization Programs. This position will provide clinical support during therapeutic meals/snacks, outings and other busy times. Once trained in intensive programs, the EDT will provide coverage and administrative support for intensive programming as needed. Additional duties may be provided by intensive program staff. Responsibilities for this position do not include any individual therapy work. Supervision will be provided as required for pre-licensure candidates.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.emilyprogram.com/about-us/employment/eating-disorder-technician-1/

Behavioral Health Clinical Manager

ReWA

Posted on: 5/13/14
Apply by: 5/28/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Psychology, M.A. Counseling, PsyD in Clinical Psychology

Summary:
Under the supervision and in consultation with the executive director, this position is responsible for providing clinical supervision for ReWA’s Behavioral Health Program Staff.

Maintains an in-depth knowledge of client centered, strengths-orientated behavioral health principals, practices, standards and techniques and applies this knowledge in accordance with ReWA’s Behavioral health policies and procedures and in compliance with state of Washington and federal laws/regulations.

Support and facilitate appropriate processes of assessment, diagnosis, planning, intervention and to meet the client and family’s needs.

Familiarity with King County and state requirements for mental health and King County Tier system.

Provide on-going supervision to ensure treatment is clinically appropriate, effective and meets professional and ethical standards. Signs off on clinical documentation.

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

Behavioral Health Program Manager

ReWA

Posted on: 5/13/14
Apply by: 5/28/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Psychology, M.A. Counseling, PsyD in Clinical Psychology

Summary:
Under the supervision and in consultation with the executive director, this position is responsible for the daily management of ReWA’s Behavioral Health Program operations at multiple sites including: all planning, funding, monitoring and evaluation activities.

Develop, plan and implement strategies to manage program growth and ensure self-funding and sustainability of the program. Regularly review and recommend changes in program services to meet client needs with particular emphasis on services for under-served populations, oversight of program evaluation and quality assurance functions for department including assessment of applicable legal and professional requirements and monitoring treatment plans for clients.

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

Information & Assistance/Caregiver Program Manager

Senior Services of Snohomish County

Posted on: 5/13/14
Apply by: 5/16/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Human Services, M.A. Counseling

Information and Assistance/Caregiver Program Manager will provide supervision and support to the Social Services programs that provide Information and Assistance and Family Caregiver Support. Additional responsibilities may include oversight of the Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors program. This manager will provide clinical supervision and support to staff as well as having responsibilities for administrative functions such as staff recruitment and evaluation, reporting, budgeting, and monitoring program effectiveness. The Information and Assistance/Caregiver Program Manager will serve as a member of the Social Services Management Team to promote collaboration among all programs.

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

Existing Residential Sales Representative

ADT – Security Services

Posted on: 5/13/14
Apply by: 5/14/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Psychology, B.A. Sustainable Business, B.A. with Teacher Certification

As an Existing Business Representative you will be calling current customers to see if they would be interested in upgrading their ADT service and equipment are working from multiple databases to set up in home or business appointments. The database will have names, contact numbers and account notes. You may also need to search the Internet for new contact information to update the account. Keep in mind we are always looking to grow our business in all ways possible. You will be compensated more for deals that you self generate!

To find out more, please visit: https://adt.taleo.net/careersection/external/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=1314489

Residential Resale Representative

ADT – Security Services

Posted on: 5/13/14
Apply by: 5/14/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: B.A. Human Services, B.A. Leadership and Organizational Studies, B.A. Psychology, B.A. Sustainable Business, B.A. with Teacher Certification

Position Summary:
Sell reactivation service and upgrade products within assigned territory to residential locations that have a previously disconnected ADT system.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Sell reactivation services and upgraded products within assigned territory to customers who have a previously discontinued ADT system. While maintaining assigned sales quota and following established guidelines
Identify prospects utilizing creative lead generating techniques
Present sales presentation and proposal to prospects, identifying positive features and advantages of our products and services over those of the competition
Adhere to current ADT policies, procedures, products, programs and services
Follow up with prospects
Post installation follow-up by contacting customer ensuring commitments were met and generating referrals

To find out more, please visit: https://adt.taleo.net/careersection/external/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=1410528

Summer Teacher

Catholic Community Services, Youth Tutoring Program

Posted on: 5/6/14
Apply by: 5/12/14

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

The Summer Learning Program of the Catholic Community Services Youth Tutoring Program (YTP) is hiring 5 teachers to work for 6 weeks with elementary school students in academic skill building and enrichment activities. The students are from the Yesler Terrace neighborhood and the program is housed at Bailey Gatzert Elementary School. The position is open until filled. We welcome applications from recent MA graduates and those who will be completing certification programs in June, but experienced teachers are preferred.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.ccsww.org/site/DocServer/PT_Temp_Teacher_-_Summer_Learning_Program_YTP_2014-4-14.pdf?docID=11221

 

Summer Job for Teachers & Assistants

Destination Science

Posted on: 5/6/14
Apply by: 7/31/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Education

The Fun Science Day Camp where kids ages 5-11 get to have “Aha!” moments of creativity and discovery while building and playing with unique take-home toys, astonishing gadgets, and fantastic gizmos. Our top notch, enthusiastic educators and leaders make STEM learning an adventure! Themes include: Robots, Astronaut Training, Grossology, Rock n Roll Sound, Science Detectives & Curious Creatures.

To find out more, please visit: https://destinationscience.org/jobs/

 

Media Developer

AFL

Posted on: 5/6/14
Apply by: 6/30/14

Best Suited for Alumni From: M.A. Communication, M.A. Organizational Development, M.A. Whole Systems Design

Responsibilities:

Assist as needed with creation and maintenance of all Light Brigade course materials, including training programs, visual presentations, graphics, and any and all related media.
Assist as needed with creation of product packaging, marketing materials, and brochures for all product lines.
Creation and maintenance of Light Brigade stationery, office forms, signage, etc.
Review and editing of magazine articles, textbooks, white papers, etc.
Maintain and organize Light Brigade artwork library.

Skills/Requirements:

Minimum of an Associate’s degree in Graphic Design, Communication, Art or related field. Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required.
Experience with graphic design software as well as other computer programs.
Excellent oral and written communication skills, including outstanding spelling and grammar skills.

To find out more, please visit: https://www.hirebridge.com/v3/application/Jobapplylogin.aspx?cid=6019&jid=248477

 

Bike Sales Associate Position

Velo Bike Shop

Posted on: 4/29/14
Apply by: 5/31/14

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. Sustainable Business, M.A. Communication, M.A. Environment & Community

Velo Bike Shop is a local family owned business since 1968. We are looking for a hardworking, enthusiastic individual to work on the sales floor of our fun bicycle shop. This position is an excellent learning experience for those that enjoy bicycles and cycling and would like to expand their knowledge.

Responsibilities include assisting customers with bike, accessory and clothing sales, cashiering, restocking and performing inventories as needed, organizing and checking in orders, assorted cleaning tasks and checking in repairs. Requirements include interest in bicycles and general knowledge of styles and components, customer service experience, welcoming attitude and upbeat personality, ability to work well with others and take direction. Full-time summer availability. If you are interested in joining our team email your resume and cover letter to velobike2151@gmail.com. Please include information about your bike and the kind of riding you enjoy!

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

 

Middle School Teacher

Hamlin Robinson School

Posted on: 4/29/14
Apply by: 7/31/14

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

A Hamlin Robinson School teacher is dedicated to the mission and philosophy of the school. The teacher will provide overall instructional programs, guidance, and support to ensure each student’s success. Through differentiated instruction and a love of working closely with children the teacher will provide a rich and diverse educational experience for students.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.nwais.org/page.cfm?p=8&jid=4630

 

Teaching Intern

Hamlin Robinson School

Posted on: 4/29/14
Apply by: 7/31/14

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

The Teaching Intern is a beginning educator who is dedicated to the mission of the school in meeting the needs of students with dyslexia and other related language challenges. The teacher intern will have a year-long mentored teaching experience. Through a progression of duties and responsibilities, the teaching intern will provide overall instructional programs, guidance, and support to ensure each student’s academic success and to help meet the student’s social and emotional needs. A component of the program includes Level 1 training in the Slingerland® Multisensory Approach to instruction. Teaching Interns maintain a professional demeanor in all actions and communication with colleagues, parents, and students.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.nwais.org/page.cfm?p=8&jid=4631

 

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

 

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