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  • Mónica Taher
    ************************************************************** This is an update from GLAAD s LGBT Latino Media Activist list. Este es un avance noticioso de
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 1, 2004
      This is an update from GLAAD's LGBT Latino Media Activist list.
      Este es un avance noticioso de la lista LGBT Latina de GLAAD.

      Dear Friends,

      We have come together ­ thank you, thank you to every single one of you who
      have sent e-mails of support for LLEGO¹s employees ­ and the organization as
      a whole. Below, you will find some of the job offers that people have been
      sending. I am copying LLEGO¹s employees here. If you hear of any more,
      please keep them sending!

      This is exactly the type of energy we need right now.



      2) Task Force Membership Manager position [GRACIAS SHERI LUNN!]

      3) Unity Coalition's Job postings [GRACIAS HERB SOSA]

      4) GLAAD¹s Job postings

      6) AIDS Action Committee Offer, Boston [GRACIAS DIEGO MALDONADO!]

      7) Openings in the Northwest [GRACIAS JACQUE LARRAINZAR!]


      The Human Rights Campaign LLEGÓ Job Fair

      The Human Rights Campaign will be hosting a job fair for all LLEGÓ Employees
      .We will have computers with internet access, fax machines and printers
      available. Our staff will be on hand to assist in HRC opportunities as well
      as other non-profits in the Washington DC area.

      When: Thursday September 2, 2004

      Where: The Human Rights Campaign Building
      1640 Rhode Island, NW
      Washington, DC 2004

      Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
      Lunch will be served from 12:00-1:00
      If you would like to attend this special event please RSVP to Alicia Boykins
      at Alicia.boykins@....


      Job Title: Membership Manager
      Reports to: Director of Development
      Location: Washington, DC

      Desired Start Date: September 15, 2004

      General Description

      The Membership Manager implements strategies to identify, cultivate, solicit
      and manage the Task Force's membership; expands the organization's current
      donor base; develops and manages all direct mail and telemarketing
      activities; helps to write and edit direct mail appeal copy; ensures the
      appropriate review of direct mail copy; tracks direct mail and telemarketing
      gifts; and monitors the organization's membership budget.


      Responsible for developing/implementing overall membership program with
      emphasis on direct mail and telemarketing

      Responsible for membership acquisition. This includes at least four major
      prospecting mail campaigns per year.

      Responsible for coordinating and prospecting to non-donors associated with
      the Task Force, such as event, training, and conference attendees.

      Responsible for creating and maintaining a membership benefits program.

      Responsible for general personal communications to members regarding their
      giving history, requests for information, and future giving plans through
      mail, email and phone conversations.

      Responsible for managing the monthly giving program. This includes outreach
      and communications with the program members and periodic reports.

      Responsible for coordinating the distribution of the membership newsletter
      to include data queries, coordinating with internal departments and outside

      Responsible for our Pride participation and booth presentation in DC and for
      coordinating our Pride participation in other cities.

      Responsible for daily, weekly and monthly membership report/output
      generation and distribution to the correct users; makes modifications to
      reports/outputs as needed.

      Creates queries to make selects for direct mail, telemarketing and other
      direct marketing needs

      Creates queries with user-defined parameters for the Executive Director,
      Director of Development, development/membership staff and for the political
      and finance departments.

      Develop/maintain a direct mail and telemarketing calendar

      Collaborates with vendors to ensure timeliness of appeals

      Take steps to check that direct mail data-entry is accurate and timely

      Works with appropriate agency departments and programs, gather units of
      service, activities and other programmatic information related to direct
      mail appeals

      Manages list rentals and house file for exchange

      Keeps abreast of latest developments in direct marketing, and modify
      requests and approaches accordingly

      Prepares periodic reports on membership

      Other duties as may be assigned


      Success at meeting or succeeding revenue goals

      A minimum of two (2) years in the area of direct mail and telemarketing

      Exceptional oral and written communication skills

      Excellent organizational skills, including attention to detail

      Excellent time management skills

      Ability to manage several projects simultaneously and to succeed under

      Strong knowledge of donor database software; experience with Raiser's Edge a

      Strong knowledge of word processing, database and spreadsheet programs

      · College Degree or equivalent experience


      $42,000 - $45,000 commensurate with experience including full benefits -
      health, dental, and vision insurance; 2 weeks paid vacation; 403(b) plan
      with matching contributions. This position is part of the bargaining unit.

      To Apply:

      Please e-mail (MS Word) resume and cover letter to:

      Charles Robbins, CFRE
      Director of Development
      National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
      1325 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
      Suite 600
      Washington, DC 20005

      Hiring Policy:

      The Task Force is an equal opportunity employer, with a strong commitment to
      a diverse, multicultural staff. People of color, women, people with
      disabilities, and transgender people are encouraged to apply.

      Unity Coalition¹s Offers


      GLAAD'S Jobs


      AIDS Action Committee


      Here are the City of Bellevue job postings for the week of August 20, 2004:
      Experienced Police Officer Job #311 Open Until Filled ERP Project Analyst
      (LTE) Job #350 Open Until Filled Workstation Support Specialist (LTE) Job
      #357 Open Until Filled Structural Maintenance Specialist II Job #359 Closes
      8/30/04 Tax Representative (Internal Applicants only) Job #360 Closes
      8/24/04 Project Community Relations Manager (LTE) Job #361 Closes 9/3/04
      Please use this link to view and/or apply for the positions listed above.
      <http://www.ci.bellevue.wa.us/HRER/viewjobannounce.asp> OPEN TEMPORARY AND
      1040 POSITIONS: Kitchen Lead Staff To View this 1040 temporary position
      please click on, http://www.cityofbellevue.org/page.asp?view=31374
      <http://www.cityofbellevue.org/page.asp?view=31374> and follow the
      directions to apply. Heavy Duty Mechanic To View this Temporary position
      please click on, http://www.cityofbellevue.org/page.asp?view=31273
      <http://www.cityofbellevue.org/page.asp?view=31273> and follow the
      directions to apply. Evening Park Lock-Up To View this 1040 Temporary
      position please click on, http://www.cityofbellevue.org/page.asp?view=19767
      <http://www.cityofbellevue.org/page.asp?view=19767> and follow the
      directions to apply. Recreation Assistant To View this 1040 Temporary
      position please click on, http://www.cityofbellevue.org/page.asp?view=31502
      <http://www.cityofbellevue.org/page.asp?view=31502> and follow the
      directions to apply. Thank you for your interest in the City of Bellevue. If
      you have any questions or if you would like to be removed from our
      distribution list, please feel free to contact me directly. Thank You, Lisa
      Hawkins City of Bellevue Sr. HR Generalist Desk 425-452-6863
      of Bellevue employees OPENING DATE: 8/19/2004 CLOSING DATE: 9/3/2004 MINIMUM
      SALARY: $4,517 MAXIMUM SALARY: $6,233 JOB SUMMARY: This position works in a
      dynamic environment providing community relations expertise, coordination
      and leadership for Bellevue's Transportation Department. This position is
      highly interactive and serves as a department communications consultant.
      Responsible for designing broad-based strategic approaches to public
      information, community relations, and marketing. Brings continuity and focus
      for these activities to the diverse operations within the department. Works
      as a team with department's Public Involvement manager and requires a close
      working relationship with department management and program staff, City
      Manager's Office, public relations staff in other city departments, and
      other governmental agencies. RESPONSIBILITIES: Project Community Relations:
      Develop and implement project/issue-specific and strategic communication
      plans. Advise on communication of sensitive of controversial issues,
      especially those that may be of interest to the City Manager, City Council
      and the media. Coordinate activities with city staff, other agency staff and
      partners. Routinely coordinates and collaborate with other city PIO's to
      ensure that information is consistent with overall city goals, supports city
      priorities, and does not send conflicting messages to the community.
      Prepare written materials such as media packets and coordinate media events.
      Develop key messages and write speeches for Council members or other
      officials. Department Community Relations: Work with department management
      and staff team to implement department communication plan. Assist staff in
      developing strategies and approaches for outreach and public relations
      issues. Proactively communicate with clients, public and media to shape and
      influence understanding and perception of department issues. Improve
      effectiveness of community relations through providing clarity and
      continuity of department outreach efforts. Work with PIO's from other
      departments to implement city-wide communications plan. Department Media
      Relations: Identify and coordinate media opportunities. Proactively
      communicate with media on department issues. Coordinate all media releases
      from the department. Act as department spokesperson as needed. Participate
      on citywide PIO team in the event of an emergency; participate in emergency
      response planning and training. Department-Wide Publications and
      Communications: Manage departmental communications via city publications,
      web site, Bellevue TV and Media contacts. Research, write, edit, design and
      produce publications on department activities. Provide writing and editing
      assistance, reviewing newsletters, brochures and other materials to ensure
      consistency of department messages. Assist with internal department
      communications. EDUCATION: Graduation from an accredited four-year college
      or university with a degree in Communications, Public Relations or related
      field. Four or more years of professional related experience involving
      communicating with the public and other related areas. Or any equivalent
      combination of education, experience, and training that provides the
      required knowledge, skills, and abilities. QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of
      public relations and public involvement techniques and strategies; knowledge
      of media relations strategies. Knowledge of elements of web page design
      (PREFERRED) Ability to write and oversee the design of promotional and
      informational materials. Ability to establish effective working
      relationships with the media, employees, managers, citizens, appointed and
      elected officials. Ability to work in a team environment and to work
      independently. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in
      writing. Ability to make persuasive public presentations. Ability to
      listen and respond to citizens and other customers on a variety of issues.
      Ability to accomplish goals using sound analytical and decision-making
      skills, and to creatively problem-solve complex issues. PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
      OTHERS: This is a Limited Term, full-time, Non Union position. Definition of
      Limited Term Employee: Hired for more than 9 months and no more than 3
      years. Employment status is exactly the same as regular employees and
      receives all the same benefits with three exceptions: 1) At-will for the
      duration of the limited term assignment 2) Have a specific end date in which
      their employment with the City will terminate 3) Ineligible for any form of
      layoff benefits and/or severance at termination Department: Transportation
      Division: Business Systems Payroll Title: Department Public Information
      Officer Job Site: Leavitt Building 301 116th Ave SE Bellevue, WA For
      further information about the job, please contact Nora Johnson at
      425-452-4167. For help with the application process, please contact Human
      Resources at 425-452-5211. I understand that if I am employed at the City
      of Bellevue I do not participate in Social Security and I do not earn Social
      Security credits. Further, the Social Security Administration applies a
      formula containing an offset to take into account my employment with a
      nonparticipating employer. The Social Security offsets are explained in the
      Municipal Employees¹ Benefits Trust ­ City of Bellevue Retirement Benefit
      Plan Summary Plan Description. They are also described on the Social
      Security Administration Publications 05-10045 for the Windfall Elimination
      Provision and 05-10007 for the Government Pension Offset which can be found
      on the Social Security website http://www.ssa.gov/pubs
      <file://www.ssa.gov/pubs> .
      Sr. Office Assistant, Benefit Administration Support Specialist EMPLOYMENT
      OPPORTUNITY Hourly Salary: $15.87 - $21.91/hour Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
      Monday - Friday Payroll Title: Senior Office Assistant
      Department/Division: Human Resources/Benefits Employment Status: 1040
      Closing Date: Open Until Filled Job Summary: The Benefit Administration
      Support Specialist is responsible for three main areas: processing
      eligibility forms, both electronically and on paper, claims resolution and
      general administrative and office support. Position also acts as the
      Wellness coordinator for the Wellness Program at the City. Desirable
      candidates will have a proven track record of multi-tasking, working in a
      fast-paced office environment and delivering a high level of customer
      service to both internal and external customers. This position will support
      and report to the Benefits Program Administrator. This is a non-benefited,
      flexible position working annually 1,040 hours. Primary Responsibilities ·
      Update employee benefit enrollment information with insurance carriers via
      electronic correspondence. · Track eligibility and enrollment information. ·
      Generate various reports and data from eligibility systems. · Research
      insurance claims issues. · Filing. · Provide administrative/project support
      to Benefits Program Administration team. · Execute copy projects. · Assist
      with preparation of Word documents and spreadsheets as needed.
      Qualifications · 1-2 years office administration experience. · Proven track
      record of working with highly detail oriented projects with ability to meet
      deadlines. · Benefits knowledge/background including software experience
      with online enrollment and benefits management systems is a plus. Ability
      to use general office equipment (copier, and fax). · Proficiency in
      Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet. · Enthusiastic, energetic,
      motivated, and organized. · Strong verbal and written communication skills.
      · Excellent interpersonal skills, including good team player with the
      ability to manage work from multiple sources. · Self-starter, works well
      with limited direction. How To Apply Application may be obtained by clicking
      on this link to the application form
      on_010303_ver3.doc> , or picked up at City Hall, 3rd Floor, Human Resources
      Department located at 11511 Main Street, Bellevue, WA 98004. Send completed
      applications with resume, if desired to: Lisa Schmidt P.O. Box 90012
      Bellevue, WA 98009 For more information, call Lisa Schmidt at 425-452-4585
      or email at lschmidt@... <mailto:lschmidt@...>
      Definition of a 1040 Employee On-Going Work of the City - Hired to work a
      maximum of 20 hours or fewer per week on an on-going basis, as long as 1,040
      hours within a 12-month period of time are not exceeded. On-Call ­ Hired to
      work on a substitute or on-call basis with no guaranteed minimum hours of
      work, as long as 1,040 hours within a 12-month period of time are not
      exceeded. Combination Jobs - Can be hired to fill a combination of jobs as
      long as 20 hours per week or 1,040 hours within a 12-month period of time
      are not exceeded. Periods of Full Time - Can be assigned to work more than
      20 hours per week up to full time on a temporary basis without transforming
      the assignment to a benefited position, as long 1,040 hours within a
      12-month period of time are not exceeded. If the employee exceeds working
      1,040 hours within a 12-month period of time in any capacity described
      above, the employee must be off payroll until January 1 of the new year.
      Must be hired through the Informal Selection Process. At-will for the
      duration of the 1040 Part Time status. Kevin P. Henry Communications
      Coordinator City of Bellevue Cultural Diversity PO Box 90012 Bellevue, Wa.
      98009 425-452-7886 Fax: 425-452-2814
      Revised: Job Posting: Graphics and Communications Associate International
      Community Health Services, Seattle, WA Function summary: Provides support
      for marketing activities and is responsible for the production of brochures,
      advertising, clinical forms and other materials. Assists Communications
      Coordinator to promote ICHS health education programs and other clinical
      services. Updates Agency website as needed. Works with primarily with
      Communications and Fund Development staff; works with other staff as needed.
      Hours: Full-time, 30 hours/week. No nights or weekends. Reports to:
      Communications Coordinator Description of Organization: International
      Community Health Services is a non-profit community health agency serving
      Seattle and King County Asian and Pacific Islander populations and the
      greater community. ICHS owns and operates two allopathic clinics, a Chinese
      traditional medicine clinic and provides Health Education in multiple
      languages. We strive to be the foremost health agency serving our target
      populations, and actively seek individuals enthusiastic about their work.
      Areas of Responsibility Production of marketing, public relations and
      development materials. Provide graphic support for annual fund efforts. Work
      with Communications Coordinator to produce quarterly patient-oriented
      newsletter and annual report. Oversee maintenance of agency website and
      fulfill web-based marketing plan. Assist in conducting focus groups on
      Health Education campaigns. Contribute to communications plan, assessments
      and evaluation Work closely with Outreach and Community Service programs on
      marketing and educational materials. Perform other related duties as
      assigned by the Communications Coordinator. Minimum Qualifications Required
      1-2 years field experience or equivalent schooling Excellent verbal and
      written communication skills. Ability to work independently and in a team
      to manage deadlines and competing priorities. Strong organizational skills
      and attention to detail. Demonstrated knowledge of computer applications,
      Adobe and Microsoft platforms. Strong problem solving skills. Able to
      succeed in an environment that changes pace. Good interpersonal relationship
      skills. Flexibility, good team player, sense of humor. Experience working
      with Asian and Pacific Islander communities, new immigrant or other
      communities of color desirable. Compensation and Benefits: Salary range:
      $28,000 - $30,000, depending on experience. Generous benefit package
      including: employer contributed pension, medical and dental coverage,
      Holidays and personal time off, Fun, professional, multilingual staff and
      volunteers! Deadline: Open until filled. Please send resume and cover
      letter to: Linh K. Tran Human Resources Assistant PO BOX 3007 Seattle, WA
      98114-3007 Email: linhk@... International Community Health Services is
      an equal opportunity employer. Women and men of color are especially
      encouraged to apply.
      Are you creative, organized, and passionate about youth work and education?
      Sound Youth is hiring for a full time Program Assistant at the Youth
      Tutoring Program in West Seattle (start date: Sept 7th). Sound Youth aims to
      build strength in King County's young people through tutoring, mentoring,
      after-school programs, and family involvement activities. All of our
      AmeriCorps members serve in grassroots programs where they are truly
      depended on to bring creativity, commitment, and dedication to youth
      programs. The program assistant will help coordinate tutoring and enrichment
      programs with diverse populations of ESL students and at-risk youth. Members
      serve an 11-month contract, receive a stipend of $10,200, health care,
      extensive job training, team building, and a $4,725 education award to help
      pay qualified student loans or tuition. More information at
      http://21mainstreet.com/soundyouth <http://21mainstreet.com/soundyouth> .
      Responsibilities Provide tutoring, mentoring, and out-of-school enrichment
      programs for youth grades 1-12. Serve cooperatively as part of a team to
      build community connections and developmental assets in youth. Coordinate
      family involvement events and community service projects. Participate as a
      part of the Sound Youth team to create a supportive community for all Sound
      Youth members. Attend a program orientation, weekly team meetings, 2-3
      overnight retreats, and semi-annual evaluation sessions. Complete
      bi-monthly activity reports and weekly time sheets. Serve an average of 40
      hours per week (Monday-Friday; some evenings and weekends) from Sept 7, 2004
      through August 7, 2005. Four weeks of vacation. Sound Youth is an equal
      opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
      religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual
      orientation, disability or medical condition. Bilingual applicants and
      people of color strongly encouraged to apply. To apply, email your resume,
      cover letter, and contact information for three professional references to
      ckoehn@... or fax info to 206-525-1218 Attn: Sound Youth.
      Deadline: Aug 28th at 5pm. Benefits Members receive a living allowance of
      $10,200 over 11 months. Members receive healthcare benefits and if eligible,
      childcare assistance. Members receive extensive training and leadership
      development opportunities. After completing 11 months of service, each
      member will receive a $4,725 education award. If you have government
      student loans that you are currently repaying, you may be eligible for a
      loan deferment or forbearance. Job location is West Seattle, WA. To apply,
      email your resume, cover letter, and contact information for three
      professional references to ckoehn@... or fax info to
      206-525-1218 Attn: Sound Youth. Deadline: Aug 28th at 5pm. Call for more
      information: 206-525-1213 x3202.
      JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Program Manager - Student Services The Organization of
      Chinese Americans, Inc. (OCA), a national non-profit advocacy and civil
      rights organization founded in 1973, is headquartered in Washington, D.C. On
      behalf of the diverse Asian Pacific Islander American communities, OCA
      administers the Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) program. The Gates
      Millennium Scholars (GMS) is a scholarship program aimed at expanding access
      to higher education for students who reflect the diverse society in which we
      live. Established in 1999 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, this is
      a twenty-year commitment designed to fund the college education of twenty
      thousand high achieving low-income minority students. The Gates Millennium
      Scholars program is administered by the United Negro College Fund (UNCF),
      which works with three partner organizations who assist in the
      implementation of the Program: the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF), American
      Indian Graduate Center Scholars (AIGCS), and the Organization of Chinese
      Americans (OCA). For more information about the program, please visit the
      following websites: http://www.gmsp.org <http://www.gmsp.org/> and
      http://www.ocanatl.org <http://www.ocanatl.org/> The Student Services
      component encompasses scholarship processing, academic review, records
      retention, leadership development and scholar relations. PRIMARY DUTIES AND
      RESPONSIBILITIES In accordance with GMS policies and procedures, assess
      eligibility of students for funding each academic year. Apply appropriate
      screening priorities, documentation, and follow-up, to ensure that scholars
      are given appropriate GMS status designation. Communicate and coordinate
      with external agencies, staff and GMS scholars to obtain and/or provide
      information related to the scholarship. Assist with the Scholar selection
      process; GMS leadership programs and scholar relations. Perform other job
      related duties as directed. This position is based in Washington, D.C. and
      reports to the Director of Student Services. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
      include at least a Bachelors degree; a proven record (at least three years)
      of higher education experience in the area of student support services;
      demonstrated organizational skills; outstanding communication and
      interpersonal skills; technological literacy; commitment to student
      development; demonstrated skills in fostering interagency collaboration;
      knowledge of program evaluation procedures; good analytical skills; ability
      to work with diverse constituencies in the Asian American and Pacific
      Islander communities; and familiarity with the Family Rights and Privacy Act
      to maintain confidentiality of records. COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS Pay
      commensurate with experience Health benefits Paid vacation and holidays HOW
      TO APPLY: Send a resume with cover letter outlining experience and working
      knowledge. Send names and contact numbers of three professional references.
      MAIL TO: Gates Millennium Scholars/APIA OCA Attn: GMS/APIA Program Director
      1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW, #725 Washington, D.C. 20036 Or Fax to:
      202-530-0643, Attn: Program Director Or Email to: gale@...
      <mailto:gale@...> APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 3, 2004 The
      Organization of Chinese Americans, Inc. (OCA), a national non-profit
      advocacy organization founded in 1973, is headquartered in Washington, D.C.
      OCA represents 10,000 members in more than 80 chapters and college
      affiliates. OCA seeks to improve the livelihood of Chinese Americans and
      Asian Pacific Islander Americans, promote civic participation at all levels
      of government; and monitors and advocates on behalf of Asian Pacific
      Islander Americans to ensure equality and justice. OCA is an equal
      opportunity employer.
      JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Outreach Coordinator The Organization of Chinese Americans,
      Inc. (OCA), a national non-profit advocacy and civil rights organization
      founded in 1973, is headquartered in Washington, D.C. On behalf of the
      diverse Asian Pacific Islander American communities, OCA administers the
      Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) program. The Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS)
      is a scholarship program aimed at expanding access to higher education for
      students who reflect the diverse society in which we live. Established in
      1999 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, this is a twenty-year
      commitment designed to fund the college education of twenty thousand high
      achieving low-income minority students. The Gates Millennium Scholars
      program is administered by the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), which works
      with three partner organizations who assist in the implementation of the
      Program: the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF), American Indian Graduate
      Center Scholars (AIGCS), and the Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA).
      For more information about the program, please visit the following websites:
      http://www.gmsp.org <http://www.gmsp.org/> and http://www.ocanatl.org
      <http://www.ocanatl.org/> PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES Coordinate
      outreach to the APIA community to identify and recruit outstanding qualified
      students for the Gates Millennium Scholars award; including: developing an
      outreach plan, coordinating the development, implementation, publicity,
      staffing and evaluation of information sessions and workshops for the
      diverse APIA communities; recruiting and overseeing the work of volunteers;
      working with national partners to reach out to their constituencies;
      conducting training and information sessions/workshops (involves U.S.
      travel.); developing written outreach materials and managing distribution of
      nomination materials to targeted audiences; assisting with the Scholar
      selection process; assisting with GMS leadership programs and scholar
      relations. Perform other duties as assigned. The position is based in
      Washington, D.C., and reports to the GMS/APIA Program Director.
      QUALIFICATIONS: Required Preferred Two years experience in education or
      higher education Direct experience with/knowledge of minority outreach
      programs Proficiency with MS PowerPoint software program. Demonstrated
      working knowledge of and experience with Asian American and Pacific Islands
      cultures and issues Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and to
      meet deadlines. Volunteer management experience (recruitment, coordination,
      supervision) Proficiency with MS Excel, MS Access and/or other database
      programs. Excellent communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal
      skills Well organized and detail-oriented Commitment to expanding access to
      higher education for APIA students. Ability to work independently and make
      decisions based on guidelines and sound judgment Flexible and team player
      Ability to work with diverse racial and ethnic constituencies. Available for
      evening and week-end work Bachelor's degree Able to travel COMPENSATION AND
      BENEFITS Pay commensurate with experience Health benefits Paid vacation and
      holidays HOW TO APPLY: 1. Send a resume with cover letter outlining
      experience and working knowledge 2 . Send names and contact numbers of three
      professional references MAIL TO: Gates Millennium Scholars/APIA OCA Attn:
      GMS/APIA Program Director 1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW, #725 Washington, D.C.
      20036 Or Fax to: 202-530-0643, Attn: Program Director Or Email to:
      gale@... <mailto:gale@...> APPLICATION DEADLINE: Until
      filled The Organization of Chinese Americans, Inc. (OCA), a national
      non-profit advocacy organization founded in 1973, is headquartered in
      Washington, D.C. OCA represents 10,000 members in more than 80 chapters and
      college affiliates. OCA seeks to improve the livelihood of Chinese Americans
      and Asian Pacific Islander Americans, promote civic participation at all
      levels of government; and monitors and advocates on behalf of Asian Pacific
      Islander Americans to ensure equality and justice. OCA is an equal
      opportunity employer.
      We're looking for a Music teacher this fall and I'm sending each of you this
      information as you may have some contacts because you are a) involved in the
      music scene b) involved in children's programs c)have a wide variety of
      contacts both personally and professionally.Please help us spread the word
      and find the right person to musically inspire our community! Our web page
      is a great way to get to know a bit more about us http://www.happymedium.org
      <file://www.happymedium.org> <http://www.happymedium.org/
      <http://www.happymedium.org/> > . Thanks! Micha Job Title: Music Teacher,
      Preschool through 5th Grade Position: P/T, 13 hours/week The music teacher
      is responsible for creating and implementing a music curriculum in keeping
      with the mission and instructional approach of the Happy Medium School. The
      curriculum will be congruent with principles of Orff Schulwerk and related
      approaches, relying on exploration, rhyme, rhythm, singing, body percussion,
      improvisation, dance, musical games, ensemble experience, clapping,
      composition, world music and the pentatonic scale as the foundation of
      learning pitch, and simple percussion instruments as the basis of
      instruction, all of which lead to in class music sharing and other
      performances for larger audiences. Music history, appreciation, composition,
      and performance will be components of the curriculum. The music teacher will
      be responsible for creating and maintaining a classroom atmosphere conducive
      to learning about, creating and appreciating music, one which is appropriate
      for the children being served. Requirements: 2 years teaching experience
      with groups of school-age children. Formal training in music instruction.
      Methodology that is congruent with Orff principles. Organizational
      Relationship: The music teacher reports to the head of school. Send resumes,
      along with letter of intent, to: employment@... or mail to
      Happy Medium School, 620 20th Avenue South, Seattle, WA, 98144. No phone
      calls, please. Position closes August 30th, 2004 David Katz Head of School
      The Happy Medium School 620 20th Avenue South Seattle, WA 98144 (206)
      324-4847 http://www.happymedium.org <file://www.happymedium.org>
      ***POSITION AVAILABLE*** POSITION TITLE: Temporary Resource Specialist
      (37.5 hours/week) QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE NEEDED: Experience with
      Access databases and Microsoft office products Excellent verbal and written
      communication skills Knowledge of the social service network in Seattle-King
      County preferred Team-work oriented RESPONSIBILITIES: Works with team to
      maintain and update Crisis Clinic¹s database of over 3,000 social service
      agencies. Identifies new resources and works with agencies to get
      comprehensive information in order to update the database. Completes
      administrative duties including filing, inventory, data entry, making phone
      calls, etc. POSITION REPORTS TO: Resource Center Supervisor STARTING
      SALARY: $10.50/hour IMPORTANT NOTICE: This is a temporary position,
      scheduled to run approximately three months; therefore, no agency benefits
      are provided. CLOSING DATE: Open until filled TO APPLY: Please submit your
      resume and cover letter documenting your qualifications to: Michelle
      McDaniel Director of 2-1-1 & Marketing Crisis Clinic 1515 Dexter Avenue
      N., Suite 300 Seattle, Washington 98109 or e-mail:
      mmcdaniel@... <mailto:mmcdaniel@...> ***Crisis
      Clinic is an Equal Opportunity Employer
      Spiritual Directors International Tending the holy around the world and
      across traditions http://www.sdiworld.org <file://www.sdiworld.org> Do you
      know someone looking for part-time contract work in finance for a nonprofit?
      Do you know someone with excellent attention to detail who enjoys working in
      QuickBooks Pro? Would they appreciate working in a beautiful wooded setting
      near downtown Bellevue among the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace supporting a
      global network of spiritual directors who work through spirituality for
      justice and peace? Spiritual Directors International is contracting a
      finance person for approximately 10 hours a week for $10 to $12/hour based
      on experience. Position Purpose: € To provide Spiritual Directors
      International members and prospective members excellent financial service
      and assure non-profit accountability. € To perform data entry, accounts
      receivable, accounts payable and payroll data entry services to support
      financial operations of Spiritual Directors International using QuickBooks
      Pro. Time and Location: € Flexible hours. Near downtown Bellevue location.
      Duties: € Using established QuickBooks Pro database, enter data related to
      memberships, accounts receivable, accounts payable. € Enter monthly payroll
      (2 people) given reports from Paychex payroll services, reimbursements,
      benefit administration, tax filings. € Reconcile bank statements. € Manage
      accounts payable and vendor relations. € Manage and organize finance files.
      € Make reports. € Provide general administrative assistance including but
      not limited to assisting with orders, file organization and processing
      mailings. Qualifications: € 1+ year QuickBooks Pro experience € Attention to
      detail, strong organizational skills € Good communication and writing skills
      Spiritual Directors International¹s office is located in the retreat center
      of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace near downtown Bellevue. Send résumé
      and two references to finance@...
      Position Announcement Title: Volunteer Program Outreach Associate (an
      AmeriCorps position) Time: 40 hours/week for 10.5 months Start date: Sept. 1
      or Sept. 16 About the Position This is a position at the Mountains to Sound
      Greenway Trust through the Washington Service Corps (WSC). The Volunteer
      Program Outreach Associate will help run a large, active volunteer program
      and contribute to improvement of public lands along the I-90/Mountains to
      Sound Greenway. Primary Responsibilities Volunteer Program * Outreach: send
      project information to media and local community groups and attend community
      events to raise awareness and recruit volunteers. * Volunteer Recognition:
      print and mail thank-you cards, coordinate other gifts and opportunities for
      volunteers. * Program tracking: enter event summaries, volunteer service
      agreements and youth waivers for each event. Keep detailed personal work
      logs. * Program reporting: create detailed internal and external reports on
      project and program accomplishments. * Mountain Works summer camp: help
      register youth, send out confirmation packets, answer questions. * Other
      duties as assigned. Field Work * Be an education ambassador at volunteer
      events, helping motivate, appreciate and educate volunteers. * Work in a
      team with MTSGT field staff at volunteer events including tree planting,
      restoring natural areas, and building trails. Required Qualifications *
      Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail * Highly
      self-motivated * Experience working with volunteers * Computer proficiency,
      including experience with Microsoft Excel and Word * Excellent written and
      oral communication skills including public speaking experience * Ability to
      plan and prioritize multiple tasks * Must be between 18 and 25 years old on
      first day of work and a US Citizen. Desired Qualifications * Experience with
      databases, especially Microsoft Access. * Flexible schedule to enable
      attendance at regular weekend events and occasional evening meetings *
      Personal transportation Benefits * Opportunity to explore several types of
      environmental work, both in the office and in the field * Transferable
      skills training, including intermediate/advanced computer skills *
      Experience in restoration work, trail maintenance and construction, and
      tools * Networking opportunities with non-profits, government agencies and
      companies * Training in first-aid and professional development as
      appropriate. * AmeriCorps stipend of approx. $4,700 at the end of service in
      addition to $850/mo. living stipend About the Mountains to Sound Greenway
      Trust The Greenway Trust is a non-profit conservation organization working
      to protect forests and open spaces and to connect trails in a 100-mile
      corridor along Interstate 90, from Seattle to central Washington. (See
      http://www.mtsgreenway.org <file://www.mtsgreenway.org> ). The Trust works
      cooperatively with many local, state and federal government agencies,
      private companies, civic and environmental interest groups and volunteer
      organizations. It is supported by private donations, public grants and gifts
      from individuals. To Apply Send a resume and cover letter to: Kelly
      Kirkland, Volunteer Program Coordinator, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust /
      1011 Western Ave, Suite 606 / Seattle, WA 98104 Kelly Kirkland Volunteer
      Program Coordinator Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust 1011 Western Ave,
      Suite 606 Seattle, WA 98104 Tel: 206-812-0122 Fax: 206-382-3414 Web:
      http://www.mtsgreenway.org <file://www.mtsgreenway.org> Email:
      Fremont Public Association, a nonprofit social service agency is seeking a
      Broadview Cleaner to work in our 24-hour Emergency Shelter and Transitional
      Housing Program. Broadview Cleaner Work in a 24-hour Emergency Shelter and
      Transitional Housing Program to clean vacant furnished apartment units;
      regularly clean the interior and exterior service and common areas including
      inside window washing, vacuuming, dusting, disinfecting, floor washing and
      clean heaters, stoves, refrigerators, cabinets, furniture and carpets; stock
      rooms with sheets, blankets, dishes and other kitchen utensils and household
      items as needed when rooms are vacated; inspect for damage, safety,
      rodent/pest infestation and complete work order requests for repairs; assist
      with painting vacant apartment units and common areas; and maintain parking
      lot and outside grounds including raking, mowing and trash removal.
      Qualifications: One of the following: 2 years experience as a housekeeper,
      preferably in an institutional setting OR any combination of education and
      experience. Also requires: effective oral & written communication skills;
      demonstrated knowledge of general cleaning and light maintenance; ability to
      work in an independent environment, to meet deadlines and to work under
      pressure; and familiarity with and/or experience working in a social service
      agency. Hours and Compensation: This is a part time (24 hour per week)
      position paying $11.96 per hour plus benefits. Benefits include medical,
      dental, short-term and long-term disability insurance, holiday pay, pension,
      generous paid personal leave package and tax- sheltered health care and
      dependant care accounts. To Apply: Applicants must complete a standard
      Fremont Public Association application form, which may be obtained at: 1501
      N 45th, Seattle, by calling our job line number at (206) 694-6840 or by
      applying on line at http://www.fremontpublic.org
      <file://www.fremontpublic.org> <http://www.fremontpublic.org
      <http://www.fremontpublic.org> >. Please return completed applications to:
      Fremont Public Association, PO Box 31151, Seattle, WA 98103, Attn: Human
      Resource department Closing Date: 5 PM on September 1, 2004
      The Western Washington Fellowship of Reconciliation is continuing to reach
      out for highly skilled applicants for our Organizer position based in
      Seattle. The Hiring Committee plans to start reviewing applications on about
      September 15, so there is still time for people to apply. Do you know
      someone who might be well suited for this job? We are reaching out widely to
      individuals and organizations who care about peace, social justice, and
      nonviolence. Please share this information as widely as you can with anyone
      who might be interested and well qualified. THANKS! Please share this
      information with individuals who may be interested - and also with
      organizations that might be in touch with such individuals. Job Opportunity:
      Organizer for Peace, Justice, Nonviolence Full-Time Position in Seattle The
      Western Washington Fellowship of Reconciliation (WWFOR) is actively seeking
      a highly skilled Peace/Justice/Nonviolence Organizer to work full-time based
      in its busy Seattle office beginning December 1, 2004. The new staff person
      will organize, coordinate and serve FOR members and chapters throughout the
      western half of Washington state, and promote effective grassroots
      activities for peace, social justice and nonviolence consistent with FOR
      values and priorities. The Organizer will also manage the WWFOR office,
      recruit and supervise volunteers, and provide administrative support for
      WWFOR's organizational needs. The position requires a deep commitment to
      principled nonviolence and strong skills in grassroots organizing. The
      full-time job's annual salary is $24,600 per year plus $3,600 toward health
      care. Complete application information is available from
      http://www.scn.org/wwfor <file://www.scn.org/wwfor> The Western Washington
      FOR is a highly respected, decades-old pacifist organization based in
      Seattle. We're the local connection for the Fellowship of Reconciliation,
      the international pacifist organization founded 90 years ago at the start of
      World War I. For more information see our website or contact the WWFOR
      office. The hiring committee plans to start reviewing applications September
      15, so please apply as soon as possible. The position will remain open
      until it is filled. Application information and materials are posted on
      http://www.scn.org/wwfor <file://www.scn.org/wwfor> Information about WWFOR
      and this job: wwfor@.connectexpress.com or (206) 789-5565 Information about
      the application process: Glen Anderson, glen@... or (360) 491-9093
      AMERICORPS POSITIONS AT CHAYA for 2004-2005! Hello Chaya Supporters and
      Friends, Chaya has openings for 2 AmeriCorps positions starting in
      September, 2004. These positions are full time for one year, from Sept 2004
      until August 2005. Although the Fremont Public Association's preferred
      deadline is July 31 for these positions, it is not the final deadline. If
      you are still interested in applying, I encourage you to do so! This
      position would be ideal for someone interested in working with South Asian
      communities and youth on violence against women issues. We are looking for
      energetic, motivated, creative individuals who have familiarity with and/or
      understanding of South Asian culture as well as experience and/or passion
      for and strong interest in working on the issue of violence against women
      and social justice in our communities. For an application, please contact
      JustServe Project / AmeriCorps at (206) 675-3200. Online:
      <http://www.fremontpublic.org/vols/vista_justserve.html> To learn more
      about Chaya please visit http://www.chayaseattle.org
      <file://www.chayaseattle.org> or call us at 206-568-7576 Thank you! Sarah
      The Washington State Department of Health is recruiting for an Nursing
      Education Manager in Tumwater WA. Salary is $55,836 to $68,028 annually.
      See job announcement for position duties, desirable qualifications,
      specialized skills, and how to apply at --
      <http://www.doh.wa.gov/nsg_ed_mgr_recr_ann.doc> This recruitment will close
      August 27, 2004. The Washington State Department of Health is an equal
      opportunity employer. Please distribute to your IMAGE and Chicanos Latino
      Mentorship Network contacts and interested parties. Thank you very much!!
      To see all our job openings, logon to http://www.doh.wa.gov/Job_Ann.htm
      <http://www.doh.wa.gov/Job_Ann.htm> . Marc Harrison WA State Department of
      Health Human Resources Office MS/7903 Phone: (360) 236-4405 Fax: (360)
      Fight the Good Fight--Become a Union Organizer! Service Employees
      International Union (SEIU) organizers help working people win dignity and
      respect on the job. We help people help themselves, by building enduring
      institutions democratically controlled by workers that can negotiate with
      management for things like better wages and healthcare, plus flexibility,
      fairness and respect at work. Perhaps most importantly, we help strengthen
      communities. The largest and fastest growing union in the AFL-CIO, diverse
      and with progressive politics, SEIU uses aggressive and innovative tactics,
      and together we challenge some of the largest and most powerful corporations
      in the world. And we win! SEIU has openings for both entry- level and
      experienced activists to help us organize nursing home and in-home care
      workers in Washington. Union organizers discuss working conditions with
      people in their homes or workplaces, and assist them as they campaign for a
      union at their work site. We're hiring activists to help nursing home
      workers organize, people who often don't even have healthcare for themselves
      or their families. Our Organizer-In-Training Program gives new organizers
      extensive training and placement throughout the union, primarily in our
      locals, with great opportunities for career advancement. Job
      qualifications-you must have: Commitment to justice for working people;
      Good judgment; Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and
      cultures; Prior community service or activist work or volunteer experience
      is a plus; Excellent communication skills--and bilingual English and
      Spanish, Creole, Tagalog or another language is a plus; *Willingness to
      potentially relocate, and stamina to travel extensively and work long &
      irregular hours. The program requires the ability to travel for four to six
      months at the beginning of the training year (hotel, transportation and food
      costs are covered). Starting salary ranges from mid-$20K to low $30K, with
      benefits. EOE. People of color, women, and bilingual people are strongly
      encouraged to apply. See our website for more information:
      http://www.seiujobs.org <file://www.seiujobs.org> . Positions are available
      on an ongoing basis in Washington and nationally. However, our next Seattle
      One-Day Training and Screening is in September, and requires a prior
      telephone interview, so apply now. To apply, send cover letter and resume to
      Maria Svart at: svartm@... or fax to 202/898-9016. We train talented
      organizers! We build strong unions! We help strengthen communities!
      Fremont Public Association, a nonprofit social service agency serving
      Seattle and King County, is seeking a Volunteer Coordinator for our Long
      Term Care Ombudsman program. Volunteer Coordinator, Long Term Care Ombudsman
      Dept. The mission of the Long Term Care program is to improve the quality of
      care and quality of life for people who live in long term care facilities.
      For additional information specifically about the Long Term Care Ombudsman
      Program, see their website at http://www.ltcop.org <file://www.ltcop.org>
      <http://www.ltcop.org <http://www.ltcop.org> >. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES,
      DUTIES AND TASKS: Develop and execute recruitment strategies, including
      publicity, outreach, orientations, interviews, and screening activities.
      Actively recruit new volunteers by promoting and publicizing volunteer
      opportunities, e.g., in print media, via the web, and in speaking to
      community groups; recognize and retain volunteers through eliciting feedback
      via the phone and written surveys; coordinate special volunteer events, such
      as annual picnic and recognition lunch; and coordinate exit process for
      retiring volunteers, including all appropriate paperwork and exit
      interviews. QUALIFICATIONS: One of the following: (a) Two years experience
      in marketing, public relations, advertising or journalism along with two
      years experience recruiting volunteers; (b) BA degree, preferably in
      marketing, public relations, advertising or journalism, and two (2) years of
      experience in recruiting volunteers OR (c) any combination of education,
      experience and measurable performance which demonstrates the capability to
      perform the duties of this position. Also requires: Excellent verbal and
      written communication skills, including the ability to write articles and
      public service announcements and to make presentations; proficient knowledge
      in Microsoft Windows and Word and must be free of conflict of interests,
      which interfere or have the appearance of interfering with the long term
      care ombudsman's responsibilities. In particular, must not have been an
      employee in any capacity with a long-term care facility for (1) year prior
      to appointment HOURS & COMPENSATION: This is a 20 hour per week union
      position paying $14.55 per hour plus benefits. Benefits include medical,
      dental and short-term and long-term disability plan, generous paid personal
      leave, holiday pay, pension plan and tax sheltered health care and dependent
      care accounts. TO APPLY: Applicants must complete a standard Fremont Public
      Association application form which can be obtained at: 1501 North 45th
      Street, Seattle or by calling our job line at (206) 694-6840 or applying
      on-line at: http://www.fremontpublic.org <file://www.fremontpublic.org> .
      Applicants may also submit their completed applications by mail to: Fremont
      Public Association, Attn: Human Resource department, P.O. Box 31151,
      Seattle, WA 98103. Attach a cover letter and resume in addition to the
      application packet. CLOSING DATE: 5 PM on August 26, 2004
      Arts Corps is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. Contributions to Arts Corps
      are tax deductible. 5609 rainier ave suite b seattle wa 98118 206 722 5440
      f:206 722 5459 http://www.artscorps.org <file://www.artscorps.org> Job
      Announcement Compensation: $20-22/hr DOE Hours: 25/week + events Benefits:
      Full Medical & Dental Application deadline: Friday, August 27, 2004 Send
      resume and detailed, one page cover letter to John Abodeely 5609 Rainier Ave
      South, Suite B Seattle, WA 98118 or to JOHN@... Title: Community
      Partnerships Coordinator Responsible to: Program Director Supervises:
      Interns, volunteers and shared management of Program Assistant Job
      Description/Purpose: Build and manage relationships with Arts Corps partner
      facilities; Execute, develop and maintain facilities management and
      community development policies and procedures; Set and meet goals related to
      facility partners and community development; Oversee operations within
      partner facilities; Target and assess potential partner facilities as well
      as other partners who support youth development goals. Specific Job Tasks:
      Facility Coordination € Identify recruitment strategy for new facility
      partners. € Receive and process hosting requests by facilities including
      request tracking, prescreening, interviews, site visits and facility
      expectations and goals to present to Program Team for approval. € Contract
      facility partners: o Draft contracts for each facility annually from updated
      templates; o Request and incorporate facility feedback on the contracts in
      accordance with legal counsel € Maintain file of contracts and monitor for
      compliance; conduct pre-quarter orientations with facilities and assigned
      teaching artists. € Develop quarterly class schedules with Teaching Artist
      Coordinator. € Work with communications coordinator to print schedules,
      update web site, create of recruitmentrelated materials, etc.). € Support
      facilities¹ recruitment strategies for Arts Corps classes and assist as
      appropriate. € Work with Arts Corps¹ Operations Manager to invoice facility
      partners. € Maintain facility database contact information. € Conduct
      regular facility check-ins to monitor class quality during each quarter. €
      Address all facility concerns relating to the classroom experience. €
      Oversee Facility evaluation process: o Wrangle facility feedback forms and
      conduct annual interviews; o Track and share feedback for use in annual
      evaluation report Student Showcase Production € Track attendance of facility
      partners to the showcases in the fall and spring quarters. € Support
      students¹ and facilities¹ attendance at showcases, including necessary
      coordination with Teaching Artists. € Co-produce the event with members of
      the Program Team. € Consult for, assist with and attend all facility-based
      showcases during the winter quarter, including dissemination of information
      through communication pathways. Arts Corps is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt
      organization. Contributions to Arts Corps are tax deductible. 5609 rainier
      ave suite b seattle wa 98118 206 722 5440 f:206 722 5459
      http://www.artscorps.org <file://www.artscorps.org> Community Development €
      Develop and maintain a cooperative relationship with facility staff and
      management. € Develop and maintain a cooperative relationship with other
      community-based organizations that serve facility partners and/or students.
      € Receive and respond appropriately to feedback from facility partners and
      other community-based organizations. € Work with staff and Board of
      Directors to organize an annual event with facility partners. € Support
      facilities¹ own fundraising efforts when appropriate. € Serve as lead for
      the Community Outreach Team of Arts Corps whose mission is to enhance
      program outcomes through deepening and strengthening community partnerships.
      € Lead all program outreach activities including tabling or speaking at
      community events, student recruitment at schools, and participation in
      community-based initiatives or steering committees related, but not limited
      to, youth development, education, juvenile delinquency. € Attend or
      participate in community events related to Arts Corps¹ programs.
      Expectations: Be self-motivated. Work with positive attitude. Have clear and
      open communication with all Arts Corps staff; integrity in work. Strive for
      improvement. Have goal to take on increased levels of responsibility and
      discover better and more efficient ways to do the work as outlined. Empower
      co-workers and associates to do the same. Results Expected: Harmonious work
      relationships. Fulfillment of Arts Corps facility-related goals. Positive
      feedback from facility partners regarding their Arts Corps relationship.
      Efficient and effective work. Constructive input and perspective on all
      areas of Arts Corps rograms and operations. Minimum Qualifications: €
      Possession of B.A degree in liberal arts, fine arts, public administration,
      community development or a related field. Masters degree preferred. € 3
      years experience in community development. € 3 years previous supervisory or
      management experience. € Passion for making a contribution to youth in need.
      € Experience working with community groups in collaborative and effective
      ways. € Ability to work well with community groups. € Effective written and
      oral communication skills. € Administrative skills. € Responsible, process
      oriented and detailed. € Knowledge of current issues regarding youth
      development and arts education with the capacity to provide solutions
      relative to this position. € Ability to communicate with others and to
      assimilate and understand information, in a manner consistent with the
      essential job functions. € Ability to make sound decisions in a manner
      consistent with the essential job functions. € Basic word processing and
      spreadsheet skills € Possession of a Washington State Drivers License.
      Community health Centers of King County Job Description Classification
      Description JOB TITLE: Interpreter Level II REPORTS TO: Health Center
      Manager DEPARTMENT: Clinic Operations FLSA STATUS: This position has no
      supervisory responsibilities. POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for language
      interpretation and translation for patients and staff. Assist patients and
      staff to interact and communicate with each other. Job performance is
      evaluated through direct observation, consultation and written documents.
      ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 1. Assist the clinic staff and non-English speaking
      patients to interact. Provide oral interpretation and written translation
      services for all clinical procedures and functions. 2. Provide
      interpretation services in the priority established by lead staff. 3.
      Maintain a complete understanding of intake, patient care and exit
      procedures. Assist patients through all phases of their office visit in a
      timely fashion. 4. Provide follow-up contact with non-English speaking
      patients in their primary language via telephone or in writing. 5. Document
      accurately in patient records all substantial communications which were
      interpreted or translated for staff and/or patients. 6. Facilitate good
      relations between staff, non-English speaking patients and their
      communities. 7. Interpret the subject content, emphasis, tone and concept
      for staff and patients accurately. 8. Assist CHCKC with bilingual projects
      as directed. 9. Provide administrative support as directed to include, but
      not limited to filing, pulling patient charts, copying patient records and
      contacting patients to confirm appointments. PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING
      CONDITIONS: This position requires the manual dexterity sufficient to
      operate phones, computers, and other office equipment. Generally good
      working conditions with little or no safety or health hazards. Minimal
      lifting or climbing; work typically performed in an office setting as well
      as various community patient clinic locations. Travel within the CHCKC
      service area is required. While traveling for CHCKC the incumbent is
      required to provide transportation and maintain proof of liability
      insurance. RECRUITING REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, an
      individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The
      requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or
      ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
      individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
      Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Superior written and verbal English and
      subject language communications skills. Command of medical office
      terminology in English and subject language. Ability to interpret and
      translate broad concepts and precise details for clients and staff. Possess
      superior skills to facilitate interpersonal relationships. Ability and
      willingness to work with diverse individuals. Education and/or Experience:
      High School diploma or equivalent. One year experience providing
      interpretation/translation services in a medical setting. Licenses or
      Certificates: Current DSHS Interpretation Certification. The above
      description reflects the general details considered necessary to describe
      the principal functions of the job. It shall not be construed as a detailed
      description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the job and
      it may be revised at any time. For more information contact Marcy Findley,
      PHR HR Generalist Community Health Centers of King County 403 E Meeker
      St., Suite 300 Kent, WA 98030 Jobline: (253) 372-3662 Phone: 253 372-3619
      Email: mfindley@... <mailto:mfindley@...>
      Fremont Public Association is seeking a: Temporary Grantwriter The
      Grantwriter will prepare and submit funding proposals to private and public
      sector sources, working to raise up to $250,000. part to the preparation
      process includes conducting some research within the agency programs to
      learn vital information as well as obtaining data to support community need
      for agency programs. Qualifications: One of the following: a) Three years
      experience in non-profit human services work, including one year of
      experience writing successful funding proposals, b) Bachelor's degree in
      human services or a writing-related field of study, and at least one year of
      experience writing successful funding proposals; or c) Any combination of
      other measurable writing experience, non-profit work and/or education, which
      demonstrates the capacity to perform the duties of this position. The
      position also requires: clear, compelling and persuasive writing skills;
      attention to detail; ability to meet deadlines, working in a fast- paced
      environment; ability to work both independently, and as part of a team
      coordinating efforts with program staff and other development staff; strong
      organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple projects
      simultaneously and proficiency in Microsoft Word. Desired qualification
      includes: proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop
      and/or Raisers Edge Hours and Compensation: This is a temporary full time
      position which will work through December 2004 paying $15.79 per hour. To
      Apply: Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample, as
      well as a standard FPA Employment Application Form. The application form can
      be obtained at 1501 North 45th Street, Seattle, by our jobline at (206)
      694-6840 or by applying on-line at http://www.fremontpublic.org
      <file://www.fremontpublic.org> . Applicants may submit the completed
      application by mail to: Fremont Public Association, Attn: Human Resource
      Dept., P.O. Box 31151, Seattle, WA 98103 or to jobs@....
      CLOSING DATE: Open until filled. Teresa Ballard, PHR Human Resource
      Coordinator Fremont Public Association PO Box 31151 1501 North 45th
      Street Seattle, WA 98103 (206) 694-6700 phone (206) 694-6812 fax


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