Employment Opportunity

United General District 304 | Administrative Assistant

Job Description

Are you looking for a position that makes a difference in the community? We currently have an
opportunity for a passionate and motivated Administrative Assistant. This position directly
supports our goal of providing continuous prevention and wellness programming to meet needs
in Skagit County and beyond.

The Administrative Assistant will support staff and managers with a variety of tasks related to
our innovative programs as well as welcoming and directing clients and visitors.

United General District 304 is committed to improving the health and quality of life for the residents
of the communities we serve. We focus our work along six pillars of wellbeing: Active Living,
Community Professional Education, Engaged Youth & Communities, Healthy Eating, Thriving
Children & Families, and Stewarding Assets and Opportunities. Our programs, staff, and
volunteers seek to uphold our core values of compassion, collaboration, innovation, equity,
and excellence. Learn more about how we are building healthier communities
at www.UnitedGeneral.org.

Location: Sedro-Woolley, WA

Status: Full-Time

Employment Opportunity

Dept. of Social and Health Services | DSHS ESA Organizational Developmental Manager

Job Description

This job announcement offers an exiting opportunity to be al instrumental player in the Economic Service Administration (ESA)’s goal to reduce poverty in Washington State. We are seeking and Organizational Development Manager to join the ESA team.

If you’re passionate about organizations development, know how to facilitate change management activities and develop project strategies and plans, thrive on change, and want to foster a high-performance culture that values learning, lean management, continuous improvement, and diversity – this is the job for you!

Location: Thurston County – Olympia, WA

Status: Full-Time

Employment Opportunities

Skagit/Islands Head Start Open Positions

You can find the following job openings here –

https://www.skagit.edu/about/human-resources/current-job-openings/

Fiscal Technician 3 Head Start

The Fiscal Technician 3 provides fiscal support using independent judgment in the interpretation and application of a variety of rules and procedures in the area of Accounts Payable.  This position handles a high volume of paper documents, verifying and matching payment documents, preparing payments and inputting data into the accounting system.  A meticulous, confident, detail-oriented self-starter with prior experience in accounts payable is desired.  Strong customer service skills will be essential in effectively working with vendors and staff at all levels of the College in resolving accounts payable items and related issues.
 
This is a 12-month, full-time, classified position working 40 hours per week at the main Head Start Center in Mount Vernon, WA.  This position reports to the Director.

Salary: $2,864.00 – $3,792.00 Monthly

Head Start Assistant Teacher

Skagit/Islands Head Start is anticipating openings for multiple Assistant Teacher ECPS2 positions at Head Start centers in Skagit and Island counties, including Burlington, Concrete, La Conner, Mount Vernon, Oak Harbor, and Sedro Woolley.  Head Start promotes the school readiness of young children from low-income families by providing comprehensive services in early learning, health, and family well-being. These positions provide high quality early learning services while engaging in innovative practices and approaches that center on the children that Head Start serves. Working under the guidance of the Lead Teacher, the Assistant Teacher positions ensure there is an engaging and safe classroom environment at all times. Head Start teachers and staff look at the child holistically, individualizing for the needs of each child. The Assistant Teacher will strive to create a warm, nurturing classroom environment, while building supportive relationships with the children and the team.

Salary: $2,864.00 – $3,792.00 Monthly

Head Start Center Manager & Family Advocate

Skagit/Islands Head Start (SIHS) is accepting applications for multiple anticipated vacancies for the positions of Center Manager (ECPS4) and Center Manager/Family Advocate (CM/FA) in Skagit County, including Burlington and Mount Vernon.  Head Start promotes the school readiness of young children from low-income and vulnerable families by providing comprehensive services in early learning, health, and family well-being. Head Start teachers and staff look at the child holistically, individualizing for the needs of each child.
 
Working in partnership with the Director and other leadership staff, the ECPS4 Center Manager & Center Manager/FA positions are key leadership roles that oversee, organize, execute, facilitate, and supervise the necessary functions of an individual Head Start site (referred to as Centers). The Center Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day operation of the center while maintaining a quality educational learning program in accordance with applicable Head Start Performance Standards and SIHS Policies and Procedures at the Center level. The Center Manager maintains cordial relationships with staff, co-workers and community resource agencies. Center Managers are responsible for overseeing a center budget, monitoring inventory, and maintaining reports and applicable paperwork. The Center Manager functions as liaison and information conduit between the center, Director, Head Start Leadership at the Central Office, and community partners. The Center Manager may fill-in and support center teams, assisting with educational learning activities and instruction.

Salary: $3,887.00 – $5,229.00 Monthly

Head Start Teacher – Skagit & Islands Counties

Skagit/Islands Head Start is anticipating multiple vacancies for Teacher ECPS3 positions in Skagit and Island counties. Head Start promotes the school readiness of young children from low-income families by providing comprehensive services in early learning, health, and family well-being. The primary responsibility of the Head Start Teacher is to plan and implement the educational program in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards and Skagit/Islands Head Start Policies and Procedures. The incumbent will work with the Center Team, other Head Start staff, parents and school district staff in all aspects of center planning and activities. These positions will work under general direction of the Center Manager. The incumbent will work with the Center Manager regarding center program activities.
 

Salary: $3,294.00 – $4,398.00 Monthly

Head Start Teaching Assistant

Skagit/Islands Head Start is anticipating openings for multiple Teaching Assistant ECPS1 positions at Head Start centers in Skagit and Island counties, including Burlington, Concrete, Mount Vernon, Oak Harbor, and Sedro Woolley.  Head Start promotes the school readiness of young children from low-income families by providing comprehensive services in early learning, health, and family well-being. Head Start teachers and staff look at the child holistically, individualizing for the needs of each child. These positions provide assistance with high quality early learning services while engaging in innovative practices and approaches that center on the children that Head Start serves. Working under supervision of the Lead Teacher, the Head Start Teaching Assistant positions ensure there is an engaging and safe classroom environment at all times. The Teaching Assistant will strive to create a warm, nurturing classroom environment, while building supportive relationships with the children and the team. We invite you to join a wonderful team of dedicated professionals, committed to preparing diverse children from low-income and eligible families for success in school and in life.

Salary: $2,509.00 – $3,294.00 Monthly

Employment Opportunity

Skagit County Bilingual Family Resource Navigator | WithinReach

Job Description

The Family Resource Navigator serves as the first point of contact for Skagit County families seeking information about local resources and help accessing public benefits programs. The Family Resource Navigator supports pregnant families and families with young children through 6 years old. The Family Resource Navigator serves as a conduit between families and resources via WithinReach’s Help Me Grow Washington Hotline. The Family Resource Navigator will be trained by WithinReach staff on telephone casework, early childhood subjects, relevant early childhood systems of care, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, data collection, and best practices for resource navigation.

Location: Burlington, WA

Status: Full-Time

Employment Opportunity

Bilingual (Spanish-English) Community Manager | Committee for Children

Job Description

Committee for Children is partnering with NurturePA, a community nonprofit that combines technology with volunteer mentors to help new moms access information and parenting support. Committee for Children is adapting this program in the greater Seattle area as we develop a plan to scale it nationwide.

As the Bilingual (Spanish-English) Community Manager, you will be responsible for building a community of volunteer mentor parents who will support new parents through the transition into parenthood. This role is for an exceptional community organizer who can work with our team to bring an innovative program to national scale.

The Bilingual (Spanish-English) Community Manager will help develop the community of volunteer mentor parents to better serve Spanish-speaking parents, a critical component of this innovative program. In addition, the Bilingual (Spanish-English) Community Manager will apply a diversity, equity, and inclusion lens to all aspects of their work.

Location: Seattle, WA (remote)

Status: Full-Time

Employment Opportunity

Community Support Worker (Bilingual) | Youthnet

Job Description

The Community Support Worker for the “El Sol Nace para Todos” program is responsible for providing an array of support, education, information, administrative, resources, and related community-based services to Hispanic families and children. This service is provided in ways that are linguistically and culturally appropriate to the population served and the position requires fluency in Spanish and English. The program aims to strengthen families and individuals and assist them with the development of self-confidence and motivate them to solve daily challenges in their lives. Participants are provided with knowledge of parenting skills, child development, socio-emotional skills, language and communication tools, health and well-being support and more.

Location: Mount Vernon, WA

Status: Full-Time

Employment Opportunity

Health Educator (Bilingual) | Sea Mar Community Health Center

Job Description

Full-Time Bilingual English/Spanish Health Educator position available in Mount Vernon. This is an exciting opportunity for an individual passionate about working with the community to improve health and wellness.

Location: Mount Vernon, WA

Status: Full-Time

Employment Opportunity

Social Worker, LCSW, LMFT, LMHC | Skagit Pediatrics, LLP

Job Description

Skagit Pediatrics LLP is an independent primary care pediatric Medical Home in Mount Vernon, WA (since 1981) with a vibrant and growing integrated pediatric behavioral health (IBH) program since 2018. The clinic is looking to expand its IBH program by adding a second independently licensed master’s level mental health professional (.8 – 1 FTE). Our current behavioral health consultant (BHC) has been providing collaborative psychotherapy and care management to our patients, integrating care with the medical providers using primarily the Collaborative Care Model approach. Our goal is to hire a second BHC to provide increased access to the Collaborative Care Model interventions. In addition, the BHC team will be integral in establishing the Healthy Steps Program at our clinic to focus on the wellbeing of families with children ages zero to three. The BHC’s and an admin support staff will work as members of the overall health care team, interacting directly with the medical providers in a collaborative and consultative role. Online psychiatric consults with a local pediatric psychiatrist will be done weekly. We are looking for new team members who are interested in providing truly integrated behavioral and mental health care in a family centered medical home setting.

Location: Mount Vernon, WA

Status: Full-Time

Applications can be submitted to Angelique Kissas/Administrator akissas@skagitpeds.org

www.skagitpediatrics.com

Employment Opportunity

Executive Director | Skagit Community Foundation

Job Description

The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors. The process has an expedited hiring date of March 1st and interviews will take place on a rolling basis. Details about the position, as well as how to apply can be found on Indeed.

Location: Mount Vernon, WA

Status: Full-Time

Wage: $60,000 – 72,000 a year