Health Care Access Advocate #15-0809
LOCATION: Opportunity Place: 2024 Third Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
REPORTS TO: Program Manager, Health Care Access and Healthy Birth Outcomes
DESCRIPTION: This Health Care Access Advocate provides managed care education, advocacy, and case work with homeless and at risk families and individuals at over several sites in Seattle and King County, improving access to health services for this population. The Health Care Access Advocate also conducts focused community outreach and provides in-person health insurance enrollment assistance through the Health Benefit Exchange.
- Develops and maintains schedule of on-site availability at shelter and transitional housing sites as determined with supervisor
- Assesses health coverage, care access history, and resource needs of family shelter residents
- Provides education to families and consults with staff about health coverage, managed care, benefits, and access issues
- Trouble shoots with medical providers, billing departments at clinics and medical centers, and collections agencies
- Works with homeless and at risk families to facilitate WA Apple Health (Medicaid) enrollment and re-certification, SSI applications (Medicare) and VA benefits (limited) as needed
- Provides Health Benefit Exchange outreach and education in identified communities and special populations
- Assists individuals and families with health insurance enrollment using WA HealthPlanFinder
- Works at designated shelters to provide client referrals and coordination of vision, dental, mental health and substance abuse service providers, transportation and medical services.
- Documents problems encountered with access to appropriate health care services
- Attends regular agency and Public Health meetings for training and service coordination, including Health Benefit Exchange In-Person Assister training and other related meetings
- Documents client encounters and casework in YWCA client database and maintains additional client files as needed
- Meets regularly with supervisor and team for updates, collaboration, and case staffing
- Shows demonstrated ability to interact with people of different cultures
- Continues search for understanding of racial, gender and class equity
- Adheres to all Volunteer Services protocol relative to volunteer usage, recognition and monitoring; works alongside volunteers, where applicable
- Assures that all contacts are treated with respect and dignity regardless of race, ethnic background, gender or socio-economic background
- Performs other duties as assigned
QUALIFICATIONS & CORE COMPETENCIES
- At least three years of direct social service experience, including one year of experience working with low-income and/or homeless families
- A Bachelor’s degree in social services or a related field with at least one year of direct social service experience working with low-income and/or homeless families
- Must be able to access and work in women-only environments such as women’s domestic violence shelters, hygiene centers and day centers
- Commitment to diversity, including sensitivity to the needs of clients and staff from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds
- Commitment to working with people who are homeless or otherwise at risk
- Candidate must be able to travel independently between multiple work sites within a day.
- Knowledge and experience related to crisis intervention, domestic violence, homelessness, mental health, case management or substance abuse preferred
- Bilingual desired
- Familiarity assisting with health insurance enrollment and access to medical, dental, vision, specialty care desired
- High level of organization and attention to detail is required
- Ability to communicate and collaborate across agencies, organizational cultures, and multiple disciplines required
- Ability to work well independently, and adapt to change
- Ability to bridge cultural and economic gaps to reach and work with members of diverse populations
- Core competencies expected: Adaptability, Flexibility, Attention to Detail, Collaboration/Partnership, Discernment/Judgment, Customer Service, Fostering Diversity, Planning and Organizing, Problem Solving, Social Justice Advocacy, Technical Expertise Proficiency
- Customer Service: We treat our customers with culturally competent courtesy and respect, and react with urgency and sensitivity to their important concerns.
- Social Justice: Collectively and individually, we work to eliminate the effects of racism, sexism, homophobia, ageism and other oppressions and help our clients achieve equitable outcomes, outcomes that prioritize those with multiple barriers, in the areas we serve.
- Teamwork: We value individual excellence in the achievement of organizational goals and work effectively as a team for the benefit of the YWCA and our stakeholders. We acknowledge that cultural competence is required when evaluating effective work and teamwork and that the voice of our staff of color, immigrant and refugee staff, LGBTQ staff and other marginalized staff comes through as positive, effective and relational in a variety of ways, and that internalized superiority or inferiority can play a role in how a staff member interacts on teams. We work to understand barriers that staff may be facing and support staff that are facing multiple barriers.
- Communication: We communicate openly, honestly and accurately with our internal and external stakeholders. We listen respectfully, solicit feedback and are open to the suggestions and solutions of others. We understand that internalized oppressions play a role in how we communicate, what we communicate and what we gatekeep. We work to be accountable gatekeepers, acknowledge our superiority and inferiority while communicating and create a flat structure where power is not front and center in the communication that we engage in.
- Integrity: We are ethical and trustworthy in our business practices and interactions with each other.
- Accountability: We are accountable to each other and our communities, and we seek to continuously improve the quality of our services. We are transparent in sharing information with stakeholders and the public.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF THIS POSITION: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. In performing this position, the employee:
- Constantly uses hands and wrists, fingering, handling, grasping and reaching in using telephones, computers, fax machines and other office equipment and supplies
- Constantly sits while doing indoor work including operating a computer
- Frequently uses speech, hearing, and sight abilities in exchanging information with clients, agency staff, employers, representatives of community organizations and other individuals in the community
- Frequently lifts/carries up to 10 pounds and pushes and pulls up to 12 pounds in performing duties in the office and in traveling to off-site meetings
- Occasionally reaches outward, stands, squats, kneels, bends, walks and lifts items up to 20 pounds in performing duties in the office and in traveling to off-site meetings
- Occasional local travel to multiple locations for off-site meetings
- Indoor office environment
*Constantly requires this activity or exposure 66+% of the time, frequently: 33%-66%, occasionally: up to 33%.
HOURS, RATE, BENEFITS
- Full time, 36 hours per week
- $16.35 – DOE per hour
- Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Classification: Non-exempt
- Excellent benefits including medical insurance, retirement plans, plus generous vacation, holiday and sick-leave plans
- At the time of hire, employees may choose to voluntarily enroll in the Fidelity 403b Plan. Typically after two years of employment, employees are eligible to participate in the YWCA Retirement Fund.
TO APPLY: Please send your resume and cover letter along with the job title and # included in the subject line to email@example.com.
CLOSING DATE: This position will remain open until September 2, 2015.
YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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United Indians of All Tribes Foundation offers a friendly and respectful work environment. Please email UIATF application, cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information and to view job announcements and download application, visit our website at http://www.unitedindians.org/
Christina Harris (Chrissy)
|Job Title:||Audio/Video Technician and Events|
|Job Number:||IC #37-15|
|Location:||Central Library, 1000 Fourth Ave., Seattle, Washington|
|Job Type:||Civil Service Exempt, Regular, Part-Time|
|Department:||The Seattle Public Library|
|Bargaining Unit:||AFSCME; Local 2083|
|Closing Date/Time:||Fri. 09/04/15 5:00 PM Pacific Time|
|Invitation to Compete #37-15
Audio/Video Technician and Events Assistant
Event Services – Central Library
40 hours per pay period
Starting at $21.43 per hour
Application materials must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 4, 2015.
This is a part-time, non-exempt, benefited position. Candidates must be available to work evening and weekend shifts. This classification is part of a bargaining unit represented by AFSCME; and, with few exceptions, the individual selected must join the union and pay dues upon employment.
The Seattle Public Library is Seattle’s center of information and knowledge and one of the most popular and valued services in the city. Library staff members are highly regarded by the public for their knowledge, quality of service and caring. Staff members are committed to the Library’s organizational values of respect, partnership, engagement, diversity, transparency and recognition. In particular, they demonstrate respect, engage in partnerships, and are transparent in their communications and intentions. A strategic priority of the Library is to foster an internal culture of innovation which focuses on creativity, engagement, learning and staff development.
Under the direction of the Events Services Manager, this position provides audio-visual and technology services support for events occurring primarily at the Central Library, in an auditorium and in meeting rooms of varying capacities, utilizing a variety of audio/video technologies. This position will also include providing audio-visual support for special events in branch libraries. This position will provide assistance to the Event Coordinators and in some instances be the event lead for smaller events. The work of this position takes place in the Library meeting rooms as well as in the Event Services office. The incumbent will interact with members of the public, Events staff and Library staff.
|In audio/video (A/V) functions of this position, the incumbent must demonstrate excellent technical knowledge of the most current A/V technology and equipment to perform equipment set-up, operation, break down and storage of complex A/V equipment and media equipment. This position will also perform basic maintenance, track inventory, and recommend upgrades of the A/V equipment. This position will schedule equipment booking for events. Specific duties include providing on-site audio/video support for Library events; attending weekly event discussion meetings; interfacing with internal and external clients to ensure that their audio-video needs are understood and can be met; print and read daily work orders and prepare the A/V equipment accordingly.
The Events Assistant functions include providing on-site support for meetings and events as assigned, including greeting clients and ensuring prompt access to meeting rooms, ensuring that room set-up is as requested, responding to last minute requests or changes, and being available during the event in case of unexpected issues. This position may also provide on-site assistance to the lead Event Services Coordinator or library Program Manager for large events. This position may serve as the main contact for event attendees for small and previously arranged meetings occurring on the weekend, early morning or evenings.
In both roles, this position will also provide feedback to the Event Services Manager regarding equipment or event issues.
|Application materials should demonstrate that a candidate possesses the following experience and qualifications:
|How to Apply
To be considered for this vacancy candidates must submit an application via this bulletin and include:
All application materials must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 4, 2015.
If you have questions about this bulletin or general questions regarding employment at the Library, please call 386-4121 or email email@example.com.
The Seattle Public Library proudly promotes diversity and inclusion in employment.
|August 21, 2015 – September 04, 2015|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Description:||Answer inquiries and obtain information for general public, customers, visitors, and other interested parties. Provide information regarding activities conducted at establishment; location of departments, offices, and employees within organization.|
Reasonable Accommodations Statement
Essential Functions Statement(s)
• Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times.
Qualifications: POSITION QUALIFICATIONS
• Accuracy – Ability to perform work accurately and thoroughly.
• Accountability – Ability to accept responsibility and account for his/her actions.
• Customer Oriented – Ability to take care of the customers’ needs while following company procedures.
• Friendly – Ability to exhibit a cheerful demeanor toward others.
• Honesty / Integrity – Ability to be truthful and be seen as credible in the workplace.
• Patience – Ability to act calmly under stress and strain, and of not being hasty or impetuous.
• Reliability – The trait of being dependable and trustworthy.
• Responsible – Ability to be held accountable or answerable for one’s conduct.
• Communication, Oral – Ability to communicate effectively with others using the spoken word.
• Organized – Possessing the trait of being organized or following a systematic method of performing a task.
• Communication, Written – Ability to communicate in writing clearly and concisely.
SKILLS & ABILITIES
Education: High School Graduate or General Education Degree (GED): Required
Experience: 6 plus months of experience
Computer Skills: Must be proficient with Microsoft Office programs.
Other Requirements: Successfully pass pre-hire and random drug screenings.
425.888.6551 ext. 1120
Snoqualmie Indian Tribe
P.O. Box 969
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
JOB TITLE: QCC Food & Beverage Supervisor- Beverage Operations
- High School Diploma or GED equivalent required.
- Must be knowledgeable in all aspects of running a high volume bar/nightclub with a food service.
- Must have demonstrated hands on beverage operation supervisory skills.
- Must have working knowledge of sequence of service with food, wines and liquors.
- Must have strong math skills related to department industry financials. (Test required)
- Must be computer literate and have knowledge of POS systems.
- Must have the ability to maintain composure, think clearly and perform well under pressure in a fast paced environment.
- Must have excellent communication skills both written and verbal. (Test required)
- Must have the ability to develop and train all staff members, new and current, on a continual basis.
- Must have good organizational skills for interviewing, scheduling, and supervising hourly staff.
- Minimum of three (3) years working supervisory experience in a high volume bar and/or nightclub with food service.
- Minimum of two (2) years experience as a bartender and/or server in a high volume bar and/or nightclub operation.
- Minimum of one (1) year working experience utilizing MS Word and Excel programs.
- Must be 21 years of age or older.
- Must obtain SERVSAFE certification with National Restaurant Association within 1 year from date of hire.
- Must be knowledgeable of HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point)
- Must obtain a Snohomish County Health Food Handler’s Permit within 30 days from date of hire.
- Must obtain a Class 12 Washington State Liquor Permit within 30 days from date of hire.
- Will be responsible for the deliverance of the highest level of service to guests, VIP’s, co-workers and staff.
- Must attend progressive training as job functions and/or duties require.
- Must attend mandatory guest service training.
- Must be able to successfully pass a background investigation for a Tribal Gaming License or Permit.
- Must be flexible to work any shift assigned to include days, swing, grave, weekends, holidays, and/or upon special events.
- Must have a successful employment history with the Tulalip Tribes and/or other current and past employers.
Physical Characteristics and/or Prerequisites:
- Manual and finger dexterity for preparing beverages, the operation of a personal computer, POS systems and routine paperwork.
- Ability to sit and/or stand for extended periods of time.
- Tolerance to be exposed to hot stoves and ovens.
- Ability to lift objects weighing up to 40 lbs. on an occasional basis.
- Tolerance to work in a smoked filled and intense heat environment.
Tribal Department: QCC Food & Beverage
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Job Summary: Assists in the daily administrative and operational tasks of Beverage Operations. Ensures compliance with casino and departmental policies, procedures, and regulations. Performs comps and voids, authorizes early outs, covers shifts, and assists front line staff as needed. Motivates, trains, develops and supervises all QCC F&B team members. Ensures staff provides exceptional Food & Beverage guest experience.
Employee Reports To: QCC Food & Beverage Assistant Manager – Beverage Operations or designee
Extent of Job Authority: Authority to make decisions regarding the day-to-day operation of the department under the direction and guidance of the Assistant F&B Manager – Beverage Operations, and in compliance with established policies and procedures.
Specific Duties Performed:
- Under the direction of the Beverage Operations Assistant Manager, responsible for supervision of all FOH and HOH staff which serves, sets up and prepares all beverage items which are served from the Food & Beverage Department, within the Casino and off-site sponsored functions.
- Assists in staffing, training, scheduling, and development of 40 or more beverage venue team members
- Assists in evaluation of all beverage operations team members with regular written performance reviews.
- Communicates with staff on all issues including, but not limited to, policies, procedures and promotional events.
- Recommends disciplinary actions for team members as deemed necessary.
- Responsible for providing written documentation of guest or team member concerns on a daily basis, using good judgment when responding to guest or team member concerns, promptly, fairly and in a professional manner.
- Maintains exemplary attendance and work standards as a model for department team members.
- Assists in maintaining all forms and controls including, but not limited to, daily, weekly, monthly inventories; production lists, order guides, schedules, transfer/purchase logs, manuals, beverage yields and product requisition.
- Capable of controlling and working the bar.
- Ability to proficiently prepare alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and train all methods of beverage preparation for a high volume beverage operation.
- Provides assistance to bar staff with beverage service, stocking supplies, inventory, and cash handling as needed.
- Offers suggestions in the creation of marketing ideas and promotions for the QCC Food & Beverage department.
- Responsible for inventory of all items necessary for station set-ups, and accurate completion of production charts for amounts of items produced.
- Responsible for cleanliness of glassware, preparation utensils and ashtrays.
- Assists with controlling beverage and labor costs for beverage operations, and achievement of all budget goals.
- Provides open communication, counseling and problem resolution for all QCC Food & Beverage team members.
- Assists in updating SOP manuals, as directed by management.
- Required to attend all QCC Food & Beverage Department and/or Casino Staff meetings.
- Responsible for maintaining high standards of consistency, quality and appearance of all beverages prepared and served.
- Offers suggestions for increasing revenue, decreasing expenses, and maximizing departmental productivity without compromising guest satisfaction.
- Ensures the security of all Food & Beverage goods.
- Understands sequence of service and expedites orders.
- Ensures the bar/lounge is adequately staffed at all times.
- Ensures staff is on the floor, in proper sections, and assigns breaks as needed.
- Responsible for conducting pre-shift meetings, performing voids, wastes, walkouts, and comps when needed.
- Delegates work assignments and cleaning duties.
- Ensures compliance with all regulations regarding health and safety for team members and guests.
- Promotes positive work relationships and communication with all casino team members.
- May be additionally responsible for Food Operations in the absence of the QCC Food Operations Supervisor.
- Performs all other job related duties as deemed necessary or requested.
Terms of Employment: This is a Regular Full-time position, requiring up to 40 hours per work, or 2080 hours per year.
Central Employment Office
10200 Quil Ceda Blvd.
Tulalip, WA 98271
Phone: (360) 716-1562
Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
3 tablespoons olive oil
1 1/2 pounds red potatoes, sliced
Salt & pepper, to taste
1 teaspoon paprika
Flat leaf parsley, chopped
1 cup sharp cheddar cheese, shredded
3 green onions, sliced
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Coat cast-iron skillet with olive oil over medium heat. Add potatoes, sprinkle with salt, pepper, and paprika. Cook, stirring occasionally, until golden brown and tender. Toss in a handful of chopped parsley, and remove from heat.
Create 4 evenly spaced wells in the potatoes. Put a dab of butter in each well, and crack 2 eggs into each (careful not to break the yolks). Place skillet in oven and bake until egg whites are cooked through and yolks are still runny, about 10 minutes.
Remove skillet from oven, sprinkle with cheese, and bake for an additional 1-2 minutes until cheese melts. Garnish with sliced green onions and chopped parsley.
Tip: All that you do, do with love.
-Cindy Petters, “Where Women Cook,” Sep/Oct/Nov 2012
Create a safe, stimulating and supportive learning environment to provide assessments and instruction to adults with special learning needs emphasizing Individualized Education Plans (IEP). Conduct frequent evaluations, record performance and progress, make recommendations, and adjust IEP’s as necessary. 1. Foster an educational environment that is conducive to learning. Encourage students to meet standard of achievement, make referrals when appropriate. 2. Create lesson plans and instruction programs designed to meet individual or group needs. 3. Establish goals and objectives appropriate to Individual Education Programs. Collect and interpret a variety of data related to IEP’s to provide administrative reports. 4. Establish protocol to administer appropriate assessments for individuals. 5. Coordination of special adaptations for IEP’s as necessary. 6. Provide input and recommendations for best practices. 7. Maintain accurate and complete student records as required by policy. 8. Establish clear objectives for all lessons and project and communicate those objectives to students. 9. Because of the Tribe’s commitment to community service and the well being of its members, each employee may be expected to perform a wide range of office and field duties from time to time. Such duties may or may not be related to their regular responsibilities. A valid Washington State driver’s license is required at the time of appointment or at a time set by the Tribe. First aid/CPR certificate is required.
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|Employer Job Number: 2662|
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Under general supervision, teaches and instructs pupils in culturally appropriate academic, social, behavioral and other educational skill areas; counsels, disciplines and supervises to meet the individual needs of assigned students; evaluates student performance and progress as required for state and federal accountability.
1. Actively participates in learning the Muckleshoot culture, language, customs and traditions so that as a teacher you are able to support the goals and objective of the Muckleshoot Indian for the Muckleshoot Tribal School.
2. Plans an instructional program designed to meet individual student needs /interests and whole groups that may include at risk or special needs students, prepares lesson plans that align with state standards in each of the areas assigned to teach.
3. Implements established programs and collaborates with staff & Muckleshoot community in the development of new culturally appropriate programs with curriculum objectives/goals aligned with state standards and the vision for the Muckleshoot Tribal School.
4. Establishes and implements reasonable and culturally appropriate classroom rules and procedures governing student behavior and conduct; provides guidance, counseling and discipline to encourage students to meet standards of achievement and conduct; monitors student learning and behavior regularly and seeks Administrative assistance where appropriate.
5. Confers with students, parents/guardians and other staff to provide guidance and evaluation and to encourage student achievement and/or to modify assignments or expectations when appropriate.
6. Creates a classroom the is conducive to learning and establishes classroom goals/objectives in conformance with courses of study specified by State and Tribal School regulations and guidelines; evaluates and records student progress; prepares reports for parents/guardians.
7. Collects and interprets a variety of data; provides reports for administrative purposes and in order to prepare for state testing and compliance for state and federal accountability.
8. Understands and meets the responsibilities of teaching in culturally appropriate ways to enhance and support Muckleshoot & Native American students toward success in a school setting.
9. Maintain up to date daily schedule, lessons plans, attendance records and grade records both electronically and in written format for all students that are assigned and for all subjects assigned to teach.
10. Attends or participates in required staff meetings and other activities deemed necessary.
11. Directs the activities of assigned non-certified personnel, para-professionals and volunteers.
12. Attends and actively participates in required staff meetings and other activities including serving on at least 1 committee as deemed necessary.
13. Prepares substitute plans that include: projects, schedule, routines, class list, attendance forms and other needed resources that are readily accessible in your absence.
14. Actively maintain parent contact through newsletters, phone calls home, field trips, parent involvement in the classroom, awards, conferences, home visits, email, mailings, school and community events in order to create a strong bond with the community
Graduation from a four (4) year college or university and a Washington State teaching certificate is required. Special Requirements A valid Washington State driver’s license, first aid/CPR certification and/or specific teaching certificate endorsements may be required for some positions at time of appointment or at a time set by the Tribe. Preferred: FAE/FAS and Effective Teaching Practices for working with Native American Students.
Knowledge of: Subject areas appropriate to assignment. Effective behavior management techniques. Rules and procedures for student safety. Necessary equip
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