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HEP is seeking applicants for the position: CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
The Hepatitis Education Project (HEP) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to ending the epidemics of hepatitis C and hepatitis B. Founded in 1993, HEP works with patients, medical providers, public health and policymakers, and provides direct services and advocacy for some of the community’s most underserved and marginalized populations.
HEP Chief Operating Officer
HEP is seeking a Chief Operating Officer (COO) to manage the agency’s day-to-day programs and specific projects. Reporting to the Executive Director, the COO will have both external and internal facing responsibilities, ranging from program management and health policy to administration and human resources. Program oversight will include medical case management, hepatitis testing, hepatitis prevention, and our work in the corrections setting.
The ideal candidate will have supervisory experience, possess excellent organizational skills, write well, communicate effectively, and be familiar with most office software. Experience in public health and social services is preferred. Knowledge of hepatitis trends, harm reduction, and social justice practice is also preferred. HEP is committed to expanding diversity in the work place and promotes equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees. We believe a diverse workforce strengthens our team and supports HEP’s innovative approaches to address health disparities and engage underserved communities and clients.
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. This position will remain open until filled. Compensation dependent on qualifications and experience.
People of color, those living with hepatitis C, hepatitis B, and those who have been incarcerated are strongly encouraged to apply.
Children’s Administration is currently recruiting for a motivated and culturally competent Area Administrator with the Division of Children and Family Services field office located in West Seattle for the OICW/ White Center office.
This position is the Area Administrator for the King County field office located in Kent which conducts approximately 176 new child abuse investigations per month and serves approximately 250 children in out of home placements each month. This position reports directly to the Deputy Regional Administrator and is a member of the Region 2 leadership team. Position provides primary and secondary supervision for approximately 40 FTEs.
The Area Administrator reports directly to the Children’s Administration Deputy Regional Administrator and is responsible for the management and administration of the Children’s Administration – Division of Children and Family Services programs and delivery of services in King County. Ensures effective implementation of child protection and child welfare programs under law and policy including the development of professional social service staff who identify and maintain consistency with the DSHS vision, mission and goals as well as Children’s Administration initiatives and action plans.
Application Process: DSHS Area Administrator. Seattle.WA
Applications are accepted online at www.careers.wa.gov Consideration will be given to complete applications with attached resume and Letter of Interest. Your Letter of Interest will concisely describe how you have “What we’re looking for” outlined above. Questions? Contact: Tracie Kidd
Future Women Leaders in Law Enforcement program that will be held from August 15 through 20, 2016 at South Seattle College. This program is a partnership between the Seattle Police Department and South Seattle College and we are delighted to share this unique and exciting event.
This program is designed for young women between the ages of 16 and 20 who would like to learn more about policing from women in law enforcement. This is a week long program hosted by South Seattle College and the program is FREE. We are proudly supported by the Seattle Police Foundation as well. Priority will be given to young women entering the 12th grade during the school year 2016 – 2017. Young women from a wide variety of cultures and backgrounds are encouraged to apply. South Seattle College will provide workforce readiness assistance during this program.
Please share with your respective networks and contact Detective Carrie McNally, Seattle Police Department, with questions.
Detective Carrie McNally #5457
Seattle Police Department
Desk: (206) 615-0390
In light of the Orlando tragedy, we want to offer a safe space for people.
The gathering will include prayers, songs and inspirations for acceptance and peace and condolences to those who have left this world due to violence.
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Seattle Indian Health Board
611 12th Ave S.
Seattle, WA 98144
THE POSITION UIATF_ED JOB DESCRIPTION-6-6-2016
The Executive Director of United Indians of All Tribes Foundation leads a dynamic and influential non-
profit organization guided by United Indians Board of Directors. The Executive Director plays a key
role in advancing a vision of quality social services and community support. S/he works in close
partnership with donors/funders, elected officials and community based organizations and provides
direct support for a talented team of 50 plus professional staff.
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation seeks a strong, visionary, creative individual with
demonstrated success building productive community relationships and partnerships. The ideal
candidate will bring a passion for cultural understanding, knowledge of Native people and awareness
of policies and strategies, and highly developed leadership skills to this position.
Because of our standing in the Native community, the candidate we seek must be energized by public
contact and fund/friend-raising, and thrive in an environment that includes a significant amount of
contact with the community, business and political leaders. S/he must be comfortable interacting
with diverse people from all walks of life presenting a consistent and authentic persona when
meeting with any individual or group.
The new Executive Director must be comfortable with change and work with staff to anticipate
change, understand and embrace the concept of change.
A Master’s Degree in the following areas are preferred: Administration or Public Administration, Non-
Profit Leadership, MB.
PLEASE SEND COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:
Executive Search Team
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation
P.O. Box 99100
Seattle, WA. 98139
YOU MAY ALSO EMAIL TO: email@example.com
JOB POSTING DATE: June 6, 2016
JOB POSTING CLOSING DATE: When qualified applicant is hired.
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation is a Equal Opportunity Employer
The Lummi Nation School has established a culture of excellence in teaching and learning, and a structure by which the candidate for the Principal’s employment position will be able to exhibit their full educator’s creativity, and adaptability with an emphasis upon using student achievement data, Response to Intervention and Professional Learning Communities.
The Lummi Nation School is looking for someone with proven educational leadership, and organization development capabilities. The Principal supervises the faculty, staff, operations and maintenance, transportation, safety and instructional technology personnel of our K-12 tribal education school district.
Please ask any candidate to apply at: http://goo.gl/Bu5Vuv
Job Description: Lummi Nation_Principal K-12 07 06 2016
How to Apply: Submit a complete application packet no later than 4:30 p.m. of the closing date. If you’re enrolled in a federally recognized tribe, attach a copy of your enrollment card/verification to the application in order to qualify for the Native Preference Policy. Fax (360)380-6991. E-mail: LIBCHR@lummi-nsn.gov Mail ATTN: HR 2665 Kwina Rd. Bellingham, WA. 98226. If you have any questions feel free to contact the HR office at
Seattle Clear Sky Native Youth Council (SCSNYC) provides: June 2016 Seattle Clear Sky Newsletter
• Academic Support: instructional tutoring and mentoring.
• Cultural Learning Activities:
song and drum instruction, beading, talking circle, mural painting, storytelling, and art projects.
• Individual Recognition: student of the month, monthly birthdays, and Native graduation acknowledgments.
• Community Involvement:
Spirit Walk, social justice rallies, and field trips.
• Leadership Opportunities:
circle discussions, fund-raisers, community organizing, and leadership building projects.
• Basketball Program.
• Student Service Learning.
Urban Native Education Alliance
P.O. Box 25142, Seattle, WA 98165
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
UNEA Board of Directors
SUMMER YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES !! AGES 12-18
NATIVE GIRLS CODE (ages 12-18):
STEAM curriculum emphasizes computer coding and expands traditional and ecological knowledge. connecting current technologies with Indigenous technologies.
-Science & Technology Camp at the UW
– Makah Cultural Exchange
– Nooksack Elder & Youth Gathering
– Paddle to Nisqually Tribal Canoe Journey
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Gen 7: Arts & Cultural Workshop for Native Students(ages 12-18):
DATES: JUNE 27 – JULY 1
TIMES: 10:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. Daily
Join NIF, Nahaan, Sondra Segundo, and Laura Wong-Whitebear for an exciting week of creative arts. Students will spend the week carving, drawing, and weaving creating their own masterpiece.
– Lunch is provided
– Limited transportation available.
For more information contact Shawn Peterson @ (206) 784-0818 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Native Youth Enrichment Program will run from 8:30 to 4:30, Monday-Friday beginning on July 5th. The first two weeks will stop on Friday, July 15th and there will be a break for the annual canoe journey, Paddle to Nisqually. The last two weeks will begin on Monday, August 8th and end on Friday, August 19th.
We would love to have your youth join us!
Attached are the registration forms. Please share them with any student that might be interested. Let me know if you have any questions or if you have concerns about transportation options.
For more information, contact
Kerrie Sumner Murphy. MSW
Director, Native Youth Enrichment Program (NYEP)
Indigenous Wellness Research Institute (IWRI)
School of Social Work (SSW)
University of Washington (UW)