47 resultswpdb Object ( [show_errors] => [suppress_errors] => [last_error] => [num_queries] => 80 [num_rows] => 47 [rows_affected] => 0 [insert_id] => 0 [last_query] => select post_name as 'JobName', post_content as 'Description', location.meta_value as 'Location', contact.meta_value as 'Contact' from wp_posts inner join wp_postmeta location on location.post_id = wp_posts.ID inner join wp_postmeta contact on contact.post_id = wp_posts.ID inner join wp_postmeta filled on filled.post_id = wp_posts.ID where filled.meta_key = '_filled' and filled.meta_value = 0 and location.meta_key = '_job_location' and contact.meta_key = '_application' and wp_posts.post_type like 'job%' and datediff(curdate(), post_date) < 700 [last_result] => Array ( [0] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => independent-living-specialist-15 [Description] => Job Title: Direct Service Professional Wage: Shoreline $13.00-$13.25 DOE Job Service: Adult Services Program: North King County Programs Job Schedule: Part & Full-Time Close Date:  Open Until Filled Work Site(s): Bothell & Shoreline/Richmond Beach area, WA Contact: Mary McPage, Recruiter Email: mmcpage@servalt-asl.com Phone 1: (888) 328-3339 Phone 2: (425) 303-0964 Fax: (425) 388-0282 Address: 1614 Broadway Everett, WA 98201 To Apply: Submit Completed Job Application Comments: The Shoreline, Richmond Beach, Lake Forrest Park, and Bothell Adult Supported Living Programs are seeking dynamic, responsible, energetic, eager individuals who are passionate about helping people with developmental disabilities grow and succeed. If contributing to something meaningful and making a difference describes you, we want to hear from you. The services we provide assist adults with developmental disabilities live, grow, play and prosper in their homes and communities. The work that you do will change and transform lives! Offering Full & Part-time positions Day time, Afternoons/Evenings & Awake Overnight Please see job description for qualifications. Open Until Filled [Location] => Shoreline, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=221479&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [1] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => independent-living-specialist-16 [Description] => Job Title: Direct Service Professional Wage: $12.50-$12.75 DOE Job Service: Adult Services Program: Tacoma Area Programs Job Schedule: Full & Part Time Close Date: Open Until Filled Work Site(s): Tacoma, WA Contact: Mary McPage, Recruiter Email: mmcpage@servalt-asl.com Phone 1: (888) 328-3339 Phone 2: (425) 303-0964 Address: 1614 Broadway Everett, WA 98201 To Apply: Submit Completed Job Application Comments: The Tacoma & Lakewood Adult Supported Living Programs are seeking dynamic, responsible, energetic, eager individuals who are passionate about helping people with developmental disabilities grow and succeed. If contributing to something meaningful and making a difference describes you, we want to hear from you. The services we provide assist adults with developmental disabilities live, grow, play and prosper in their homes and communities. The work that you do will change and transform lives! Offering Full & Part-time positions Day time, Afternoons/Evenings & Awake Overnight Please see job description for qualifications. Open Until Filled [Location] => Tacoma, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=221399&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [2] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => independent-living-specialist-17 [Description] => Job Title: Direct Service Professional Wage: $13.00-$13.50 DOE Job Service: Adult Services Program: East King County Programs Job Schedule: Full & Part Time Close Date: Open Until Filled Work Site(s): North King County, WA Contact: Mary McPage, Recruiter Email: mmcpage@servalt-asl.com Phone 1: (888) 328-3339 Phone 2: (425) 303-0964 Fax: (425) 388-0282 Address: 1614 Broadway Everett, WA 98201 To Apply: Submit Completed Job Application Comments: The Bellevue, & Coal Creek Adult Supported Living Programs are seeking dynamic, responsible, energetic, eager individuals who are passionate about helping people with developmental disabilities grow and succeed. If contributing to something meaningful and making a difference describes you, we want to hear from you. The services we provide assist adults with developmental disabilities live, grow, play and prosper in their homes and communities. The work that you do will change and transform lives! Offering Full & Part-time positions Day time, Afternoons/Evenings & Awake Overnight Please see job description for qualifications. Open Until Filled [Location] => Bellevue, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=221479&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [3] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => independent-living-specialist-20 [Description] => Job Title: Direct Service Professional Wage: $12.50-$12.75 DOE Job Service: Adult Services Program: Snohomish County Programs Job Schedule: Full-Time Close Date: Open Until Filled Work Site(s): Everett, WA Contact: Mary McPage, Recruiter Email: mmcpage@servalt-asl.com Phone: (425) 303-0964 Fax: (425) 388-0282 Address: 1614 Broadway Everett, WA 98201 To Apply: Submit Completed Job Application Comments: The Snohomish County Adult Supported Living Programs are seeking dynamic, responsible, energetic, eager individuals who are passionate about helping people with developmental disabilities grow and succeed. If contributing to something meaningful and making a difference describes you, we want to hear from you. The services we provide assist adults with developmental disabilities live, grow, play and prosper in their homes and communities. The work that you do will change and transform lives! Offering Full & Part-time positions. Day time, Afternoons/Evenings & Awake Overnight. Please see job description for qualifications. Open Until Filled [Location] => Everett, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=221472&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [4] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => independent-living-specialist-23 [Description] => Job Title: Direct Service Professional Wage: $12.50-$12.75 DOE Job Service: Adult Services Program: Whidbey Island Programs Job Schedule: Full Time Close Date: Open Until Filled Work Site(s): Whidbey Island, WA Contact: Mary McPage, Recruiter Email: mmcpage@servalt-asl.com Phone 1: (888) 328-3339 Phone 2: (425) 303-0964 Address: 1614 Broadway Everett, WA 98202 To Apply: Submit Completed Job Application Comments: The Island Adult Supported Living Programs are seeking dynamic, responsible, energetic, eager individuals who are passionate about helping people with developmental disabilities grow and succeed. If contributing to something meaningful and making a difference describes you, we want to hear from you. The services we provide assist adults with developmental disabilities live, grow, play & prosper in their homes and communities. The work that you do will change and transform lives! Offering Full & Part-time positions Day time, Afternoons/Evenings & Awake Overnight Please see job description for qualifications. Open Until Filled [Location] => Whidbey Island, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=221397&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [5] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => behavioral-intervention-and-support-specialist-program-33 [Description] => Job Title: Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist Wage: $12.00-12.75/hour Dependent on level of education Job Service: Children and Family Services Program: Group Home Job Schedule: Full-Time Work Site(s): Olympia, WA Contact: Elaina Doyle Email: edoyle@servalt-cfs.com Phone 1: (360) 786-9707 Fax: (360) 786-9681 To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume, Application Comments: The Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist (BISS) is responsible for providing direct care to high-risk youth in a residential setting. BISS team members implement the treatment and safety plan for each youth, collaborate with fellow team members, and coach youth through their daily activities. Qualifications:
  • 21 years of age or older with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Services or closely related field or a High School Diploma and 1 year experience working with youth.
  • 18-21 years of age with proof of one of the following: Licensed by the Washington Department of Health; Associate of Arts, the equivalent degree, or greater; or enrolled in an internship or practicum program with an accredited college or university.
  • Able to pass a Criminal Background Check and have a clean driving record.
  • Availability to work flexible hours; including evenings and weekends.
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Provide supervision to youth.
  • Submit daily progress notes.
  • Transport youth to community outings, appointments, and meetings.
  • Meal preparation and light cleaning.
  • Administer medications.
  • Provide crisis intervention and support.
Benefits:
  • Paid Training
  • Comprehensive Health Benefits
  • Paid vacation/sick time after 6 months
  • A rewarding career and future for you!
To learn more about career opportunities and benefits, visit http://servalt.com today! [Location] => Olympia, WA [Contact] => edoyle@servalt-cfs.com ) [6] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => behavioral-intervention-support-specialist-program-32 [Description] => Job Title: Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist Wage: $12.00-$12.75/hour Dependent on level of education Job Service: Children & Family Services Program: Group Home Job Schedule: Full-Time Work Site(s): Lacey, WA Contact: Elaina Doyle Email: edoyle@servalt-cfs.com Phone: (360) 438-0576 Fax: (360) 438-3694 To Apply: Please submit Cover Letter, Resume, Application Comments: The Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist (BISS) is responsible for providing direct care to high-risk youth in a residential setting. BISS team members implement the treatment and safety plan for each youth, collaborate with fellow team members, and coach youth through their daily activities. Qualifications:
  • 21 years of age or older with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Services or closely related field or a High School Diploma and 1 year experience working with youth.
  • 18-21 years of age with proof of one of the following: Licensed by the Washington Department of Health; Associate of Arts, the equivalent degree, or greater; or enrolled in an internship or practicum program with an accredited college or university.
  • Able to pass a Criminal Background Check and have a clean driving record.
  • Availability to work flexible hours; including evenings, over nights, and weekends.
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Provide supervision to youth.
  • Submit daily progress notes.
  • Transport youth to community outings, appointments, and meetings.
  • Meal preparation and light cleaning.
  • Administer medications.
  • Provide crisis intervention and support.
Benefits:
  • Paid Training
  • Comprehensive Health Benefits
  • Paid vacation/sick time after 6 months
  • A rewarding career and future for you!
To learn more about career opportunities and benefits, visit http://servalt.com today! [Location] => Lacey, WA [Contact] => edoyle@servalt-cfs.com ) [7] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => sandys-help [Description] => Job Title: Wage: Job Service: Program: Job Schedule: Work Site(s): Contact: Email: Phone: Fax: To Apply: Comments: [Location] => [Contact] => spalmer@servalt-cfs.com ) [8] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => behavioral-intervention-support-specialist-3 [Description] => Job Title: Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist Wage: $13.50-$14.25 per hour DOE with an added $.50 differential for overnight shift Job Service: Children and Family Services Program: Crisis Residential Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Everett or Arlington , WA Contact: Leslee Ferguson Email: lferguson@servalt-cfs.com Phone: 360-464-7889 To Apply: Application Comments: Service Alternatives is looking for a Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist for full and part time positions,  working with teens at one of our crisis homes for at risk youth. What You'll Be Doing:
  • Follow protocols and training procedures to deescalate hostile situations between youth or aggression toward the staff
  • Maintain the home by preforming cleaning duties
  • Assisting youth to prepare food meeting nutritional standards
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
  • A passion to work with teens and in the social services field
  • At least one year of experience working with children in a professional or voluntary setting
  • Possess a High School Diploma or equivalent
  • An ability to exhibit mature behavior and make independent decisions
  • Currently have or within 30 days of being hired CPR/First Aid, Food Handlers Permit, and pass a TB test
  • Pass a criminal background check and have an acceptable driving record
Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications:
  • A Bachelor's degree in social services or related field
  • Prior experience working with at risk populations
What's In It For You? Work in a rewarding field where you can have a positive impact on a youth's life. If This Sounds Like You, Apply Now! [Location] => Everett, WA [Contact] => lferguson@servalt-cfs.com ) [9] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => 2365 [Description] => Job Title: Direct Service Professional Wage: $13.75-14.50 per hour, Overnight is .50 more an hour. Job Service: Children and Family Services Program: Licensed Staffed Residential Home Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Ferndale, WA Contact: Derrick Troy Email: dtroy@servalt-cfs.com Phone: 360-464-7889 To Apply: Resume and Application Comments: Do you have a passion to help people? Do you enjoy working with kids? If so, Service Alternatives has an opening full-time overnight Direct Service Professional (DSP) position in Ferndale, WA at one of our staffed residential homes supporting children with Developmental Disabilities. Our Direct Service Professional's provide daily care to kids with disabilities and help them develop independent living skills. . What You'll Be Doing:
  • Supervising and teaching youth daily living skills Supporting the child in accessing medical services (scheduling appointments, advocating the best interest of the child and administering medication)
  • Plan and attend actives in the community for the child
  • Provide and maintain clear, professional documentation that demonstrates services rendered and received for the child preparing food meeting the nutritional needs of the children
  • Provide any hygiene/personal care needs including grooming and dressing.
  • Maintain the home by preforming cleaning duties.
  • Follow protocols and training procedures to de-escalate hostile situations between youth or aggression toward the staff
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
  • A passion to work with Children and in the social services field.
  • At least one year of experience working with children in a professional or voluntary setting.
  • Possess a High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • An ability to exhibit mature behavior and make independent judgements.
  • Currently have or within 30 days of being hired CPR/First Aid, Food Handlers Permit, and pass a TB test.
  • Pass a criminal background check and have an acceptable driving record.
Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications:
  • Caregiver, CNA or Direct Service experience.
  • A bachelor's degree in social services or related field.
  • Prior experience working with Children with Developmental Disabilities.
What's In It For You? Work in a rewarding field where the work you do matters. You can have a positive impact on a child's life. We offer medical and vision health insurance, disability insurance, and a 401k. If this sounds like you, apply now! [Location] => Ferndale, WA [Contact] => dtroy@servalt-cfs.com ) [10] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => parent-child-visitation-provider [Description] => Job Title: Visitation Facilitator
Wage: $12.00-$12.75
Job Service: Children and Family Services
Job Schedule: Part Time
Work Site(s): Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish and Island counties
Contact: Derrick Troy
Email: dtroy@servalt-cfs.com
Phone: (360) 464-7889
To Apply: Resume
Comments: Service Alternatives is looking for Parent Child Visitation Providers for a full time or part time, throughout Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish and Island counties.
What You'll Be Doing:
  • Work with the Program Manager to train and develop staff members for Parent Child Visitation Providers, Behavior Rehabilitation Services, Child Placing Agency programs
  • Supporting the child in accessing medical services (scheduling appointments, advocating the best interest of the child and administrating medication)
  • Updates confidential paperwork on a regular basis
  • Crisis intervention
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
  • A passion to work with Children and in the social services field
  • Strong problem skills
  • Able to be flexible and multitask
  • At least one year of experience working with children in a professional or voluntary setting
  • Possess a High School Diploma or equivalent
  • An ability to exhibit mature behavior and make independent judgements
  • Currently have or within 30 days of hire CPR/First Aid, Food Handlers Permit, and a TB test
  • Pass a criminal background check and have an acceptable driving record
  • Must be available and willing to be on an on-call rotation
Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications:
  • A Bachelor's degree in social services or related field
  • Prior experience working with Children with Developmental Disabilities
What's In It For You? Work in a rewarding field where you can have a positive impact on a child's life! If This Sounds Like You, Apply Now! [Location] => Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish and Island counties [Contact] => dtroy@servalt-cfs.com ) [11] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => positive-behavior-support-specialist [Description] => Job Title: Positive Behavior Support Specialist Wage: $15.50 per hour Job Service: Adult Supported Living Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): King & Pierce County, WA Contact: Mary McPage Email: mmcpage@servalt-asl.com Phone: (888) 328-3339 Fax: (425) 388-0282 To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume Comments: One full time opening. King and Pierce County Adult Supported Living Program have an opening for a Positive Behavior Support Specialist. This position will support King and Pierce Counties. Knowledge of Positive Behavior Support practices and WAC's is required. Must be willing to travel, vehicle required. Primary Responsibilities:
  • Conduct needs assessments;
  • Develops Positive Behavior Support Plans;
  • Implements, trains, and monitors the individual plans outcomes;
  • Is culturally sensitive.
Exceptional written and verbal professional communication skills are required. Computer literacy in Word, Excel & email. Grounded in SA values & demonstrates leadership skills. [Location] => King and Pierce Counties, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=221482&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [12] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => behavioral-intervention-and-support-specialist-overnight [Description] => Job Title: Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist Wage: $12.50-$13.25/hour Dependent on level of education Job Service: Children and Family Services Program: Group Home Job Schedule: Full-Time Overnight shifts Work Site(s): Olympia, WA Contact: Elaina Doyle Email: edoyle@servalt-cfs.com Phone 1: (360) 786-9707 Fax: (360) 786-9681 To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume, Application Comments: The overnight Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist (BISS) is responsible for providing direct care to high-risk youth in a residential setting. BISS team members implement the treatment and safety plan for each youth, collaborate with fellow team members, and coach youth through their night time and morning routines. Qualifications:
  • 21 years of age or older.
  • High School Diploma and 1 year experience working with youth.
  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Services or closely related field preferred.
  • Able to pass a Criminal Background Check and have a clean driving record.
  • Available to work Thursday through Sunday grave/overnight shifts.
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Complete overnight safety checks.
  • Provide supervision to youth.
  • Submit daily progress notes.
  • Meal preparation and deep cleaning.
  • Administer medications.
  • Provide crisis intervention and support.
Benefits:
  • Paid Training
  • Comprehensive Health Benefits
  • Paid vacation/sick time after 6 months
  • A rewarding career and future for you!
To learn more about career opportunities and benefits, visit http://servalt.com today! [Location] => Olympia, WA [Contact] => edoyle@servalt-cfs.com ) [13] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => behavioral-intervention-and-support-specialist-supervisor [Description] => Job Title: Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist Supervisor Wage: $15.00 an hour Job Service: Children and Family Services Program: In-home Job Schedule: Part Time Work Site(s): Everett, WA Contact: Leslee Ferguson Email: lferguson@servalt-cfs.com To Apply: Resume Comments: Service Alternatives is looking for a Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist Supervisor for a part-time position throughout Snohomish county. What You'll Be Doing:
  • Work with Program Manager to train and develop staff members for Parent Child Visitation Providers, Behavior Rehabilitation Services, Child Placing Agency programs.
  • Create and maintain scheduling for employee shifts, ensuring all shifts and contracts are covered.
  • Support the child in accessing medical services (scheduling appointments, advocating the best interest of the child and administrating medication).
  • Update confidential paperwork on a regular basis.
  • Intervene and seek to resolve crises within the program, with the kids, or with staff.
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
  • A Passion for working with children and in the social services field.
  • Strong problem solving skills.
  • Able to be flexible and multitask.
  • At least one year of experience working with children in a professional or voluntary setting.
  • Possess a High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • An ability to exhibit mature behavior and make independent judgments.
  • Currently, have or within 30 days of hire, CPR/First Aid, Food Handlers Permit, and pass a TB test.
  • Maintain a background clearance and acceptable driving record.
  • Must be available and willing to be on an on-call rotation.
Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications:
  • A bachelor's degree in social services or related field.
  • Prior experience working with Children with Developmental Disabilities.
What's In It For You?
  • Work in a rewarding field where you can have a positive impact on a child's life.
  • Competitive salary and benefits.
  • Work for a well-established, value based and diverse statewide company with a reputation of doing excellent work.
If This Sounds Like You, Apply Now! [Location] => Everett, WA [Contact] => lferguson@servalt-cfs.com ) [14] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => employment-specialist-13 [Description] => Job Title: Employment Specialist Wage: $15.00 Job Service: Community & Employment Services Job Schedule: Part Time 30 hrs/week Work Site(s): Burlington, WA Contact: Angie Ramsey Email: aramsey@servalt-ces.com Phone: 360-632-3513 Fax: 360-419-7166 To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume Comments: Service Alternatives Community & Employment Services (CES) is seeking a creative, energetic professional who can assist Skagit County businesses in employing people with developmental disabilities. Our philosophy and belief is that no one is unemployable and it is our job to support people in finding their niche in society and the workplace. This position requires a unique blend of consultation and advocacy to both our job seekers and to businesses throughout the County.  This often requires networking and marketing to businesses that are inexperienced hiring people with developmental disabilities, so our employees are pitching them their next bold business decision. Because each job seeker and each business is different, variety and uncertainty are often part of the job. This position is part time with potential for full time. The ideal candidate for this position will possess a combination of skills including effective communication, creativity, and the ability to self-motivate and make independent decisions. Skills and Qualifications Include:
  • Bilingual English/Spanish is preferred, but not required
  • Ability to successfully pass a Background Check
  • Possess a current and valid Driver's License, Reliable Transportation, Proof of Insurance and an Acceptable Driving Record.
Service Alternatives offers all employees competitive compensation as well as a benefits package that includes medical/vision coverage, 401(k), Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), 7 paid holidays, an 8-hour paid 'Birthday Holiday,' team building events, leave starting at 80 hours per year, flexible scheduling and mileage reimbursement. [Location] => Burlington, WA [Contact] => aramsey@servalt-ces.com ) [15] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => residential-coordinator-7 [Description] => Job Title: Residential Coordinator Wage: $15.00 per hour Job Service: Children and Family Services Program: Residential Coordinator Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Ferndale, WA Contact: Derrick Troy Email: dtroy@servalt-cfs.com To Apply: Resume Comments: Service Alternatives is looking for a Residential Coordinator for a full-time position, during afternoon/evenings in Ferndale, WA working at one of our supported living homes for Youth with Developmental Disabilities. What You'll Be Doing:
  • Work with the Program Manager to train and develop staff members.
  • Create and maintain scheduling for employees shifts.
  • Supervising and teaching children daily living skills.
  • Supporting the child in accessing medical services (scheduling appointments, advocating the best interest of the child and administrating medication).
  • Follow protocols and training procedures to de-escalated hostile situations between children or aggression toward the staff.
  • Plan and attend actives in the community for the child.
  • Provide and maintain clear, professional documentation that demonstrates services rendered and received for the child.
  • Provide any hygiene/personal care needs including grooming and dressing.
  • Maintain the home by performing cleaning duties.
  • Preparing food meeting the nutritional needs of the children.
  • Regular communication and meeting with social workers, teachers, and guardians.
  • Assists with getting the program in accordance with the WAC.
  • Updating confidential paperwork on a regular basis.
  • Intervenes and seeks to resolve crises within the program, with the kids, or with staff.
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
  • A passion for working with Children and in the social services field.
  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • 5 years' experience relevant experience.
  • Possess a High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Prior experience training staff and creating work schedules.
  • An ability to exhibit mature behavior and make independent judgments.
  • Currently have or within 30 days of being hired, CPR certification, Food Handlers Permit, and pass a TB test.
  • Clear a background check and have an acceptable driving record.
  • Must be available and willing to be on an on-call rotation.
Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications:
  • Prior experience working with DCYF or a closely related government agency.
  • A Bachelors' degree in Human Service or a related field with 2 years of relevant experience.
  • A Masters degree in Human Service or a related field with 1 year of relevant experience.
  • Prior experience working with children with developmental disabilities.
  • Experience as a Caregiver, Certified Nursing Assistant, Home Care Aide or Direct Support Professional.
What's In It For You?
  • Work in a rewarding field where the work you do matters. You can have a positive impact on a child's life.
  • We offer medical, vision, and disability insurance, 401k, paid holidays and time off.
If This Sounds Like You, Apply Now! [Location] => Ferndale, WA [Contact] => dtroy@servalt-cfs.com ) [16] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => behavioral-intervention-and-support-specialist-3 [Description] => Job Title: Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist Wage: $12.00-$12.75 per hour depending on education Job Service: Children and Family Services Program: Community Based In-home Services Job Schedule: Part Time Work Site(s): Vancouver, WA Contact: Jess Baldwin Email: jbaldwin@servalt-cfs.com Phone: (360) 921-8777 To Apply: Resume, Cover Letter Comments: The Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist (BISS) is responsible for providing direct care to high-risk youth in a community or in home setting. BISS team members implement the treatment and safety plan for each youth, collaborate with fellow team members, and coach youth through their daily activities. Qualifications:
  • 21 years of age or older
  • High School Diploma and 1 year of experience working with youth
  • Preferred Education: Bachelor's Degree in Social Services or closely related field
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Provide supervision to youth
  • Submit daily progress notes
  • Transport youth to community outings, appointments, and meetings
  • Administer medications
  • Provide crisis intervention and support
  • Able to pass a Criminal Background Check and have a clean driving record
  • Availability to work flex hours; including evening and weekends
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
Benefits:
  • Paid Training
  • Comprehensive Health Benefits
  • Paid vacation time after 6 months
  • A rewarding career and future for you!
To learn more about career opportunities and benefits, visit http://servalt.com today! [Location] => Vancouver, WA [Contact] => jbaldwin@servalt-cfs.com ) [17] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => employment-specialist-20 [Description] => Job Title: Employment Specialist
Wage: $14.06 per hour
Job Service: Community & Employment Services
Job Schedule: Part Time - Full Time
Work Site(s): Everett, WA
Contact: Ashlee Wiley
Email: awiley@servalt-ces.com
Phone: (360) 632-1943
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume
Comments: Service Alternatives Community & Employment Services (CES) is seeking a creative, energetic professional who can assist Snohomish County businesses in employing people with developmental disabilities.
This position requires a unique blend of consultation and advocacy to both our job seekers and to businesses throughout the County. This often requires networking and marketing to businesses that are inexperienced in hiring people with developmental disabilities, so our employees are pitching them their next bold business decision. Because each job seeker and each business is different, variety and uncertainty are often part of the job.
The ideal candidate for this position will possess a combination of skills including effective communication, creativity, and the ability to self-motivate and make independent decisions.
Skills and Qualifications Include:
  • Bilingual English/Spanish is preferred, but not required.
  • Ability to successfully pass a Background Check
  • Possess a current and valid Driver's License, Reliable Transportation, Proof of Insurance and an Acceptable Driving Record.
[Location] => Everett, WA [Contact] => awiley@servalt-ces.com ) [18] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => employment-specialist-community-access-specialist-2 [Description] => Job Title: Employment Specialist Wage: $15.00/hr Job Service: Community & Employment Services Job Schedule: Part Time Work Site(s): Moses Lake, WA Contact: Joie Chapman-Oswood Email: jcoswood@servalt-ces.com Phone: (509) 901-6759 To Apply: Resume, Application Comments: Service Alternatives Community & Employment Services (CES) is seeking a creative, energetic professional who can assist Moses Lake businesses in employing people with developmental disabilities. Our philosophy and belief is that no one is unemployable and it is our job to support people in finding their niche in society and the workplace. This position requires a unique blend of consultation and advocacy to both our job seekers and to businesses throughout the county. This often requires networking and marketing to businesses that are inexperienced hiring people with developmental disabilities, so our employees are pitching them their next bold business decision. Because each job seeker and each business is different, variety and uncertainty are often part of the job. The ideal candidate for this position will possess a combination of skills including effective communication, creativity, and the ability to self-motivate and make independent decisions.  This position requires a high level of accountability in making lasting community connections for individuals. Qualifications and Skills:
  • Bilingual English/Spanish is preferred, but not required.
  • Ability to successfully pass a Background Check, possess a current and valid driver's license, reliable transportation, proof of insurance and an acceptable driving record.
Benefits: Service Alternatives offers all employees competitive compensation as well as a benefits package that includes medical/vision coverage, 401(k), Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), 7 paid holidays, an 8-hour paid 'Birthday Holiday', team building events, leave starting at 80 hours per year, flexible scheduling and mileage reimbursement. [Location] => Moses Lake, WA [Contact] => jcoswood@servalt-ces.com ) [19] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => employment-specialist-22 [Description] => Job Title: Employment Specialist
Wage: $14.06 hourly
Job Service: Community & Employment Services
Job Schedule: Full Time
Work Site(s): Oak Harbor, Clinton, Freeland, WA
Contact: Ashlee Wiley
Phone: (360) 632-1943
Email: awiley@servalt-ces.com
To Apply: Resume
Comments: Service Alternatives Community & Employment Services (CES) is seeking a creative, energetic professional who can assist Island County businesses in employing people with developmental disabilities. Our philosophy and belief is that no one is unemployable and it is our job to support people in finding their niche in society and the workplace.

This position requires a unique blend of consultation and advocacy to both our job seekers and to businesses throughout the County. This often requires networking and marketing to businesses that are inexperienced hiring people with developmental disabilities, so our employees are pitching them their next bold business decision. Because each job seeker and each business is different, variety and uncertainty are often part of the job.

The ideal candidate for this position will possess a combination of skills including effective communication, creativity, and the ability to self-motivate and make independent decisions.
Skills and Qualifications Include:
  • Bilingual English/Spanish is preferred, but not required.
  • Ability to successfully pass a Background Check.
  • Possess a current and valid driver's license, reliable transportation, proof of insurance and an acceptable driving record.
[Location] => Oak Harbor, WA [Contact] => awiley@servalt-ces.com ) [20] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => residential-coordinator-9 [Description] => Job Title: Residential Coordinator Wage: $14.75 hourly Job Service: Adult Supported Living Program: Adult Services Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Snohomish County Contact: Mary McPage Email: mmcpage@servalt-asl.com Phone: (888) 328-3339 or (425) 303-0964 Fax: (425) 388-0282 To Apply: Letter of Intent and Resume Comments: Hiring Residential Coordinator! Service Alternatives currently has openings working in a home with adults with developmental disabilities as a Residential Coordinator. The Residential Coordinator is responsible for the day to day operations of a Residential Program site. Residential Coordinators help the Direct Service Professionals (DSP) perform their jobs by training, mentoring and/or by providing direction in their work. They must understand, possess, and excel at role modeling the DSP position. The Residential Coordinator also provides training, mentoring and direction to the DSP staff in implementation of the clients individual Instruction and Support Plan (IISP). The Residential Coordinator communicates with the Residential Manager on a daily basis, keeping them informed of the site and client issues. The Residential Coordinators fills a critical role within the leadership structure of the program, developing professional relationships with the staff that facilitate team work, growth and quality of service. Please submit your letter of intent and resume to Mary McPage. In your letter of intent please tell us about your organization skills. This position is open until filled [Location] => Snohomish County, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=223150&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [21] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => case-manager [Description] => Job Title: Case Manager Wage: $15.50 - $16.50 Job Service: Children and Family Services Program: In Home Job Schedule: Part Time -Full Time Work Site(s): Arlington, WA Contact: Leslee Ferguson Email: lferguson@servalt-cfs.com To Apply: Resume Comments: Service Alternatives is looking for a Case Manager for a part-time position in Arlington, supporting homeless youth. What You'll Be Doing:
  • Coordinate and facilitate the delivery of services for children and families being served
  • Design, development, supervision of individualized support and safety plans
  • Identifying and accessing appropriate community resources for clients
  • Coordinated case management with family members and DCFS personnel
  • Document services provided in accordance with state contract
  • Daily charting of the progress toward client's achievement of treatment goals
  • Provide transportation and/or support for appointments
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or a related field
  • Five years' experience in Human Services field
  • A passion for working with Children and in the social services field
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • An ability to exhibit mature behavior and make independent judgments
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office programs
  • Currently have or within 30 days of hire CPR/First Aid, Food Handlers Permit, and TB test
  • Clean background clearance and acceptable driving record
  • Must be available and willing to be on an on-call rotation
Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications:
  • Prior experience working with DSHS or a closely related government agency
  • Master's Degree in Counseling or Social Work
What's In It For You? Work in a rewarding field where you can have a positive impact on a child's life. If This Sounds Like You, Apply Now! [Location] => Arlington, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=224236&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [22] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => residential-manager [Description] => Job Title: Residential Manager Wage: $3000 monthly Job Service: Adult Supported Living Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Snohomish County, WA Contact: Mary McPage Email: mmcpage@servalt-asl.com Phone: (425) 303-0964 Fax: (425) 388-0282 To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume Comments: The Adult Supported Living Programs in Snohomish County is seeking a Residential Manager for the Everett and Marysville areas! The Residential Manager is responsible for the oversight and management needed to maintain the safety and successful functioning of the program(s) serving adults with developmental disabilities. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
  • Contract Outcomes & Licensing Requirements
  • Financial Management
  • Personnel Management
  • Working with Clients
  • Maintain an Office/Workplace
  • Customer/Community Relations
  • Record Keeping
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • 18 Years of age or older
  • Safe, legal driver with vehicle
  • Able to pass the criminal background check
  • Fluent when reading, writing & speaking English
  • Bachelor's Degree in social services or closely related study and 2 years' experience; or five years of successful full-time experience in a relevant field and supervisory abilities that promote effective staff performance and relevant experience, training and demonstrated skills in each area that he/she will be supervising.
Send your Resume & letter of Intent to Mary [Location] => Snohomish County, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=224136&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [23] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => residential-coordinator-2 [Description] => Job Title: Residential Coordinator
Wage: $14.25 hourly
Job Service: Adult Supported Living
Job Schedule: Full Time
Work Site(s): Tacoma, WA
Contact: Mary McPage
Email: mmcpage@servalt-asl.com
Phone: (888) 328-3339
Fax: (425) 333-0282
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume
Comments: Hiring Residential Coordinator!

The Pierce County Team currently has three openings working in a home with adults with developmental disabilities as a Residential Coordinator, one position in the Southend Program and two positions in the Pacific View program. The Residential Coordinator is responsible for the day to day operations of a Residential Program site. Residential Coordinators help the Direct Service Professionals (DSP) perform their jobs by training, mentoring and/or by providing direction in their work. They must understand, possess, and excel at role modeling the DSP position. The Residential Coordinator also provides training, mentoring and direction to the DSP staff in implementation of the clients individual Instruction and Support Plan (IISP).

The Residential Coordinator communicates with the Residential Manager on a daily basis, keeping them informed of the site and client issues. The Residential Coordinators fills a critical role within the leadership structure of the program, developing professional relationships with the staff that facilitate team work, growth and quality of service. Please submit your letter of intent and resume to Mary McPage. In your letter of intent please tell us about your organization skills.
This position is open until filled. [Location] => Tacoma, WA [Contact] => mmcpage@servalt-asl.com ) [24] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => dialectical-behavior-therapy-facilitator-2 [Description] => Job Title: Dialectical Behavior Therapy Facilitator Wage: $15.50 per hour Job Service: Adult Supported Living Program: DBT Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Snohomish & King County Contact: Mary McPage Email: mmcpage@servalt-asl.com Phone: (425) 303-0964 Fax: (425) 388-0282 To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume Comments: The Dialectical Behavior (DBT) Therapy program supports Service Alternative clients in learning new skills to improve their quality of life. DBT Facilitators are responsible for developing plans for weekly skills groups as well as individual in-home support meetings with clients. This position will work in the Adult Programs as well as with children. Ideal candidates are individuals who have a passion for helping our clients improve their quality of life and are also eager to learn new concepts and skills. Previous knowledge of DBT is preferred, but is not a requirement for the position. This is an exciting position that involves a great deal of independent work and good time management skills. The office for this position is in Lynnwood, WA. Minimum Qualifications:
  • Must be 18 Years of age or older.
  • Safe, legal driver with vehicle, current insurance and a clean three year drivers abstract.
  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • Able to pass the criminal background check.
  • Fluent in English.
  • One year experience working with Adults with Developmental Disabilities and/or At Risk Youth.
  • In Snohomish County prefer someone with experience working with children.
Desired Skills:
  • Computer proficiency.
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Ability to lead DBT in any area of the company.
  • Strong desire to learn and grow.
Special Instructions:
  • Existing Service Alternatives applicants, please submit cover letter.
  • Applicants from outside of Service Alternatives, please include your resume with your cover letter.
Come join this growing team of passionate, skilled, and dedicated people! [Location] => Lynnwood, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=224116&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [25] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => program-manager-4 [Description] => Job Title: Youth Home Program Manager
Wage: $3100.00-$3200.00 DOE
Job Service: Children and Family Services
Job Schedule: Full Time
Work Site(s): Arlington, WA
Contact: Derrick Troy
Email: dtroy@servalt-cfs.com
To Apply: Resume
Comments: Do you have a passion for working with teens? Service Alternatives has an opportunity for a full-time Youth Home Program Manager overseeing a crisis residential and emergency placement program serving at-risk youth and/or youth in need of services.

What You'll Be Doing:
  • Manage the day to day operations of the programs
  • Ensure the programs meet Service Alternatives high standards for excellence with the quality of services provided and company and contract guidelines are met.
  • Collaborate with social service staff, parents, and community members in development and oversight of support plans.
  • Create and maintain scheduling for employee shifts.
  • Support youth in accessing community resources such as chemical dependency counseling, mental health counseling, medical appointments.
  • Assess a child's potential fit for placement in programs according to what services we provide and the needs of the youth.
  • Oversee personnel management of hiring, training, reviewing and coaching staff on performance of duties.
  • Supervise and develop a monthly and annual program budget.
  • Work directly with the youth as needed.
  • Communicate with Area Manager, Administrator, families, and DCYF personnel in a professional and timely manner.
What You Need To Bring To The Table:
  • A passion to work with teens and in the social services field.
  • 5 years' of relevant supervisory experience as well as working with at risk.
  • A Bachelor's Degree in Human Services or a related field.
  • An ability to exhibit mature behavior and make independent decisions.
  • Currently have or with 30 days of hire CPR/First Aid, food handlers permit, and TB test.
  • Pass a criminal background check and have an acceptable drivers record.
  • Must be available and willing to be included in an on-call rotation.
Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications:
  • Master's Degree in Human Services or related field with 1 year of relevant experience.
  • Prior experience working as a Case Manager, Counselor, Therapist or Social Worker with street youth.
  • History of working with DCYF or Department of Commerce.
  • Management of residential group homes.
  • Licensed Social Worker.
What's in it for you? Work in a rewarding and challenging field where you can have a positive impact on a youth's life. If this sounds like you, apply now! [Location] => Arlington, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=216565&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [26] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => direct-service-professional [Description] => Job Title: Direct Service Professional Wage: $13.00-$13.25 DOE Job Service: Adult Supported Living Program: Planned Overnight Respite Services Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Lynwood, WA Contact: Mary McPage Email: mmcpage@servalt-asl.com Phone: (425) 303-0964 Fax: (425) 388-0283 To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume, Application Comments: Planned Overnight Respite Services: This is a unique program providing short term individualized services to people living at home with family or loved ones. This opportunity allows the person to experience community living in a fun and exciting way! We are looking for experienced team members who can adapt to different personalities and needs. Offering Full & Part-time positions. Day time, Afternoons/Evenings & Awake Overnight. Please see job description for qualifications. Please send your application materials; Attention Mary [Location] => Lynwood, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=221400&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [27] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => overnight-planned-respite-services-case-manager [Description] => Job Title: Planned Respite Case Manager Wage: $15.50 Job Service: Adult Supported Living Program: Planned Overnight Respite Services Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Lynwood, WA Contact: Larissa Floyd Comments: Planned Overnight Planned Respite Service provides respite services for clients who currently live at home with their family. This is an exciting program that allows individuals an opportunity to experience community living while at the same time allowing a break for the family. The Case Manager will work with D.D.A. representative and families to assess, organize and prepare for service dates. This position is responsible for training employees to the client's service plans and oversight of the day to day client services. Please see job description for qualifications. [Location] => Lynnwood, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=216085&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [28] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => employment-specialist [Description] => Job Title: Employment Specialist
Wage: $14.06 per hour
Job Service: Community & Employment Services
Job Schedule: Part Time
Work Site(s): Walla Walla, WA
Contact: Linda Andrews
Email: landrews@servalt-ces.com
Phone: (509) 629-1715
Fax: (509) 529-3147
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume
Comments: Service Alternatives Community & Employment Services (CES) is seeking a creative, energetic professional who can assist Walla Walla businesses in employing people with developmental disabilities. Our philosophy and belief is that no one is unemployable and it is our job to support people in finding their niche in society and the workplace.
This position requires a unique blend of consultation and advocacy to both our job seekers and to businesses throughout the County. This often requires networking and marketing to businesses that are inexperienced hiring people with developmental disabilities, so our employees are pitching them their next bold business decision. Because each job seeker and each business is different, variety and uncertainty are often part of the job.
The ideal candidate for this position will possess a combination of skills including effective communication, creativity, and the ability to self-motivate and make independent decisions.

Skills and Qualifications Include:
  • Bilingual English/Spanish is preferred, but not required.
  • Ability to successfully pass a Background Check
  • Possess a current and valid Driver's License, Reliable Transportation, Proof of Insurance and an Acceptable Driving Record.

Service Alternatives offers all employees competitive compensation as well as a benefits package that includes medical/vision coverage, 401(k), Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), 7 paid holidays, an 8-hour paid 'Birthday Holiday,' team building events, leave starting at 80 hours per year, flexible scheduling and mileage reimbursement. [Location] => Walla Walla, WA [Contact] => landrews@servalt-ces.com ) [29] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => behavior-intervention-support-specialist [Description] => Job Title: Behavioral Intervention and Support Specialist
Wage: $12.00/hour without a degree; $12.75 with a degree
Job Service: Children and Family Services
Job Schedule: Part Time
Work Site(s): Kennewick, WA
Contact: Angie Potts
Email: apotts@servalt-cfs.com
Phone: (509) 386-1245
Fax: (509) 529-3147
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume, Application
Comments: Service Alternatives is looking for a creative and energetic individual who has experience working with at-risk youth. Applicant must be able to work independently as well as follow team decisions. Behavior Intervention and Support Specialists work with clients to help them achieve behavioral goals, improve social skills, provide crisis support, and mentoring in order to help the client achieve permanency in the foster care setting. A degree in social services (or related field) is not required but is preferred. Hours of work can vary between 7am-8pm and are typically Monday-Friday with occasional weekends. [Location] => Kennewick, WA [Contact] => apotts@servalt-cfs.com ) [30] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => case-manager-4 [Description] => Job Title: Case Manager
Wage: $15.50/ hour to start
Job Service: Children and Family Services
Job Schedule: Part Time
Work Site(s): Kennewick, WA
Contact: Angie Potts
Email: apotts@servalt-cfs.com
Phone: (509) 386-1245
Fax: (509) 529-3147
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume, Application
Comments: Service Alternatives, Inc. in Kennewick is looking for an outgoing individual who has an interest in working with youth in foster care. Applicant needs to have a Bachelor's degree or higher in Social Work (or related field). Experience working with at-risk youth is also preferred. Good organizational skills, ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure, good communication skills, and a willingness to learn are also vital for this position. The Case Manager is responsible for the treatment planning of each client and helps provide support to their placement. [Location] => Kennewick, WA [Contact] => apotts@servalt-cfs.com ) [31] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => employment-specialist-2 [Description] => Job Title: Employment Specialist
Wage: $15.45 hourly
Job Service: Community & Employment Services
Job Schedule: Full Time
Work Site(s): Seattle, WA
Contact: Rich Haller
Email: rhaller@servalt-ces.com
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume
Comments: Service Alternatives Community & Employment Services (CES) is seeking a creative, energetic professional who can assist King County businesses in employing people with developmental disabilities. Our philosophy and belief is that no one is unemployable and it is our job to support people in finding their niche in society and the workplace. This position requires a unique blend of consultation and advocacy to both our job seekers and to businesses throughout the County. This often requires networking and marketing to businesses that are inexperienced hiring people with developmental disabilities, so our employees are pitching them their next bold business decision. Because each job seeker and each business is different, variety and uncertainty are often part of the job. This position requires a unique blend of consultation and advocacy to both our job seekers and to businesses throughout the County. This often requires networking and marketing to businesses that are inexperienced hiring people with developmental disabilities, so our employees are pitching them their next bold business decision. Because each job seeker and each business is different, variety and uncertainty are often part of the job. Skills and Qualifications Include:
  • Bilingual English/Spanish is preferred, but not required.
  • Ability to successfully pass a Background Check.
  • Possess a current and valid driver's license, reliable transportation, proof of insurance and an acceptable driving record.
Service Alternatives offers all employees competitive compensation as well as a benefits package that includes medical/vision coverage, 401(k), Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), 7 paid holidays, an 8-hour paid 'Birthday Holiday,' team building events, leave starting at 80 hours per year, flexible scheduling and mileage reimbursement. Position is starting PT with the possibility of FT. Work is mainly located in Central Seattle/South. Office's are located in Lynnwood and Tacoma, working in the office is not a requirement. Please contact me with specific questions regarding this position. [Location] => Seattle, WA [Contact] => rhaller@servalt-ces.com ) [32] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => training-specialist [Description] => Job Title: Training Specialist
Wage: $16.22
Job Service: Training
Program: RIGHT RESPONSE
Job Schedule: Full Time
Work Site(s): Everett, Lynnwood, Tacoma WA
Contact: Chris Breece
Email: chris@satraininginstitute.org
Phone: (425) 322-9888
Fax: (866) 703-6615
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume, Application
Comments: Service Alternatives Training Institute (SATI), a division of Service Alternatives, provides training and facilitation to a variety of clientele within and outside Washington State. Driven by the Service Alternatives vision, it is SATI's mission to become a global leader in training and consultation.
Under the direction of the RIGHT RESPONSE Administrator, the Training Specialist will provide workshops and Instructor Certification Courses to external clientele across a variety of industries both on a local and national level. While the primary focus will be with RIGHT RESPONSE, that will not preclude the successful candidate from conducting other types of training.
Essential Job Functions:
  • Conduct workshops, instructor Certification Courses, and informational presentations.
  • Provide consultation and follow-up support to attendees, clients, and licensed instructors.
  • Research resources that support training development.
Minimum Qualifications & Skills:
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Willingness and ability to travel nation-wide, sometimes with only several weeks' notice.
  • Presentation, facilitation, consultation and inquiry skills.
  • Flexibility and adaptability to train in various locations and situations.
  • Ability to connect with various industries, including but not limited to schools, human services, health care and law enforcement.
  • Must pass a criminal background check and meet Service Alternatives driving requirements
Preferred Qualifications & Skills:
  • Master's Degree
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Design & implementation of curriculum using eLearning authoring tools & LMS delivery platforms.
Additional essential job functions, qualifications, & skills in the attached job description. Training to and integration of the material will be at an accelerated pace with the goal that the successful candidate will be able to independently and externally provide RIGHT RESPONSE workshops and conduct Instructor Certification Courses within approximately 6 months. Service Alternatives employees only provide a cover letter and resume. [Location] => Lynwood, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=218188&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [33] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => foster-care-licenser [Description] => Job Title: Foster Care Licenser
Wage: $17.88
Job Service: Children and Family Services
Program: Licensing
Job Schedule: Part Time
Work Site(s): Spokane, WA
Contact: Bobbi Clawdus
Email: bclawdus@servalt-cfs.com
Phone: (509) 521-3259
Fax: (509) 783-0758
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume
Comments: The foster care licenser is responsible to make careful and critical examination of SA certified foster care resources; to ensure the health and safety of treatment foster care placements; to develop collaborative and quality relationships with other public and private entities (DCYF, DLR, program staff, SATI, and other service professionals); to partner with operational programs for sustainable growth; and for achieving outcomes through recruitment and licensing of foster homes. Sound judgment and ability to effectively assess foster home candidate qualifications and character. Effective communication skills, both verbal and written. Ability to interpret complex contract requirements, attention to detail. Strong organizational skills and ability to balance competing priorities. Must be proficient in use of computer (Microsoft Office 360 programs), printer, fax, telephone. Must maintain training requirements.

Qualifications:
  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • Have a bachelor's degree or higher in social services or related field
  • Four years relevant full time experience serving children may be substituted for the bachelor's degree with DLR administrative approval 388-147-1480
[Location] => Spokane, WA [Contact] => bclawdus@servalt-cfs.com ) [34] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => training-specialist-2 [Description] => Job Title: Training Specialist Wage: $16.22 with Bachelor's degree or relevant work experience; $17.10 with Master's degree Job Service: Training Program: SATI Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Everett, WA Snohomish County Contact: Vener Azurin Email: vazurin@servalt-training.com Phone: (206) 226-6636 To Apply: Cover letter and Resume Comments: Service Alternatives is looking for a Full-time Training Specialist to serve areas from Bellingham to Vancouver WA. As a Training Specialist, you would be responsible for training and development of Service Alternatives employees and our external clients in a variety of skills and certifications. What You'll Be Doing:
  • Conduct and facilitate training in CPR/First Aid, Company Orientation, Health & Safety, RIGHT RESPONSE, and any other pertinent training topics.
  • Ensure that training needs are met as stipulated by regulation and customer requests.
  • Develop training that meets identified training needs using principles of adult learning and adapt content to different learning styles, as needed.
  • Conducting need assessments by identifying training and development needs based on incident reports, direct observations, outcomes information and group processes regulations, therapeutic care needs and cultural sensitivity.
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
  • Strong organizational, time management, communication skills, and an ability to work independently.
  • Must be able to maintain a professional demeanor, appearance and conduct.
  • Possess a Bachelor's degree.
  • High proficiency with Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint.
  • Strong public speaking and facilitation skills.
  • Able to conduct physical management portions of RIGHT RESPONSE, demonstrating safe forms of holds and physical movements.
  • Pass a criminal background check.
Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications:
  • A Master's degree in related field, with 2 years of experience in creating, implementing, and facilitating trainings.
  • Prior experience in the human services field specifically working in Children's Administration or Community Employment Services.
What's In It For You?
  • Work in a rewarding field where you can have a positive impact on your community.
If This Sounds Like You, Apply Now! [Location] => Everett, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=217432&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [35] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => workfirst-case-manager-5 [Description] => Job Title: WorkFirst Case Manager
Wage: $16.81
Job Service: Community & Employment Services
Program: WorkFirst
Job Schedule: Part Time
Work Site(s): Oak Harbor, WA
Contact: Shawna Michels
Email: smichels@servalt-ces.com
Phone:(425) 344-2354
Fax: (866) 397-7841
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume
Comments: The WorkFirst Case Manager is responsible for managing and transitioning individuals who receive Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) into subsidized internships and ultimately unsubsidized paid employment. This position requires a high level of accountability, responsibility, integrity and communication. This position is based out of our Oak Harbor and Everett offices.

Core position responsibilities include:
  • Provide structured accountability and monitoring to program participants with DSHS and Community Jobs program plans, and development and monitoring of employment-related skills (attendance, punctuality and skill progression).
  • Provide intensive case management to participants to meet their program expectations.
  • Encourage, support, guide and empower individuals to overcome barriers to employment.
  • Seek out and develop non-profit work site opportunities within the Island County (central and south) communities.
  • Facilitate participant resume/job search workshops and classes.
  • Facilitate and report on weekly life skills classes.
  • Obtain unsubsidized employment outcomes that meet or exceed State and Federal contract performance standards.
Other key functions of the position:
  • The ability to work with a small close-knit team in a supportive and collaborative way.
  • Managing a caseload of participants with a multitude of personal complexities and barriers to employment.
  • Exhibit an outstanding professional work ethic and high-level communication.
Required Skills:
  • Experience facilitating small groups/classes.
  • High level customer service experience.
  • Strong personal/professional boundaries.
  • High level communication, prioritization and time management skills.
  • Ability to work independently without supervision.
Preferred Skills:
  • Experience working with people in crisis.
  • Previous supervisory or case management experience.
  • Knowledge of DSHS/TANF programs.
  • Experience in employment related services.
  • Knowledge of housing, justice involved and/or family community resources.
Job Type: Part-time (20-30 hrs. per week) w/potential to be FT. If you or someone you know is interested in this employment opportunity, please contact:
Shawna Michels
WorkFirst Program Manager
Service Alternatives
(425) 344-2354
Or send resume and cover letter to:
smichels@servalt-ces.com
[Location] => Oak Harbor, WA [Contact] => smichels@servalt-ces.com ) [36] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => janitor [Description] => Job Title: Janitor
Wage: $11.50/Hour
Job Service: Community & Employment Services
Program: CES
Job Schedule: Part Time
Work Site(s): Everett, WA
Contact: Ashlie Soto
Email: asoto@servalt-ces.com
Phone: (425) 710-0107
Fax: (866) 587-2916
To Apply: Application
Comments: This position is 3 hours a week, 1 1/2 on Wednesday 1 1/2 on Friday, time-frame is flexible.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Janitor is responsible for performing tasks to maintain the general cleanliness of the office site. The Janitor is expected to interact with other personnel, customers and others in the office environment in a professional manner. This is an hourly position. The Janitor is expected to follow Service Alternatives policies and safety guidelines.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Acceptable Criminal Background Clearance.
JOB SKILLS / EQUIPMENT: Ability to perform variety of tasks to keep the office environment clean. Use of general cleaning supplies and tools such as window and surface cleaner, disinfecting wipes, broom, vacuum, mop, toilet bowl cleaner, garbage can liners, dusters, paper shredding machine. Use of personal protective equipment (PPE) as needed such as rubber gloves; ventilators and / or eye protection if requested.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Duties may include:
  • Sweeping, vacuuming and mopping floor surfaces.
  • Dusting surfaces such as desks, tables, bookshelves.
  • Disinfecting surfaces using solution or disinfecting wipes.
  • Cleaning windows and mirrors.
  • Cleaning toilets and sinks.
  • Disposing of garbage and replacing liners.
  • Collecting and disposing of recyclable materials in proper containers.
  • Shredding of documents as needed, and properly disposing / recycling.
  • Other appropriate duties as assigned by supervisor.
[Location] => Everett, WA [Contact] => asoto@servalt-ces.com ) [37] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => development-specialist [Description] => Job Title: Development Specialist
Wage: $3200/month
Job Service: Community & Employment Services
Program: This position is for internal applicants only CES 603
Job Schedule: Full Time
Work Site(s): Western Washington
Contact: Brandy Schutz
Email: bschutz@servalt-ces.com
Phone: (509) 654-5144
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume
Job Summary: The Development Specialist (DS) is responsible for the business outreach and development management of the assigned CES region, which includes corporate job development, marketing to funders and staff development. The DS is responsible for mentorship and training of job development and related skills. The DS works within the guidelines of the organization, laws, policies, contracts, and licensing requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree or 2 years successful experience in business outreach, marketing, or job development. Ability to work as a team member across functions.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Contract Outcomes:
  • Maintain thorough knowledge of the organization, applicable laws, policies, contracts, and accreditation requirements.
  • Maintain thorough knowledge of the County, DVR, DSB, and Amerigroup contracts held in CES.
  • Participate in Quality Assurance (QA) reviews.
  • Troubleshoot barriers to successful job development outcomes.
  • Communicate as needed with funding stakeholder personnel (i.e. DDA, DVR, Amerigroup).
  • Provide community business trends and labor marketing information to Regional Manager to support increased outcomes.
Training:
  • Provide leadership and mentorship in job development.
  • Provide training, mentorship and feedback in Service Delivery Planning.
  • Provide training, mentorship and feedback in the use of SETWorks.
Community Engagement:
  • Gain a knowledge of community resources, groups, and issues as they affect people with disabilities and keep CES Leadership informed thereof.
  • As able or assigned, attend community functions and stakeholder meetings that promote the integration of our clients in their communities (i.e. DDA Advisory boards, provider meetings, chamber of commerce, etc.) and reporting the information to the CES Leadership team.
  • Represent SA in community boards or committees that promote the integration of our clients into valued community settings and employment roles.
  • Corporate job development in the assigned CES region.
  • Market CES services to funders in the assigned CES region.
Record Keeping: Develop and maintain employer and job development information in SETWorks.
[Location] => Washington [Contact] => bschutz@servalt-cfs.com ) [38] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => regional-coordinator [Description] => Job Title: Regional Coordinator
Wage: $17.00/hour
Job Service: Community & Employment Services
Program: This position is for internal applicants only CES 603
Job Schedule: Full Time
Work Site(s): Bellingham, Oak Harbor, Burlington, WA
Contact: Mark DeMonbrun
Email: mdemonbrun@servalt-ces.com
Phone: (509) 901-6759
Fax: (866) 587-2916
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume
Job Summary: The Regional Coordinator (RC) is responsible for supporting assigned regional team(s) in providing excellent service, documentation and presence with funders and other stakeholders. The RC will provide direct service as able. All activities will be in alignment with our organizational vision and values. The RC works within the guidelines of the organization, laws, policies, contracts, and licensing requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • High School diploma or equivalent. Bachelor's Degree in social services or closely related field preferred. 2 years successful experience in a relevant field. Ability to work as a team member across functions.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
    General:
  • Fulfill all responsibilities of the Employment Specialist job descriptions, as needed.
  • Maintain thorough knowledge of the organization, applicable laws, policies, contracts, and accreditation requirements.
  • Maintain thorough knowledge of the County, DVR, DSB, and Amerigroup contracts held in CES.
  • Support Quality Assurance (QA) reviews, including maintaining follow-up to QA's, to ensure quality standards are met or exceeded.
  • Troubleshoot barriers to successful contract/client outcomes.
Staff and Team Support:
  • Complete New Hire packets with new staff.
  • Provide limited or back up direct service at direction of the Regional Manager.
  • Provide and coordinate on the job training of staff, including Mentorship process.
  • Assist Regional Manager with development and oversight of caseloads.
  • Review and sign Activity Records at minimum of weekly.
  • Document issues or concerns with Activity Records and/or service delivery quality in emails to staff, with a copy to Regional Manager.
  • Enter new clients into SETWorks; Exit clients from SETWorks as needed, following procedures.
  • Ensure Service Delivery Plans are developed in a timely manner, and as applicable, annual planning meetings are occurring.
  • Ensure that all required annual client forms are updated.
  • Upload and organization of SETWorks client forms and documents.
Office/Worksite:
  • Ensure all site-based Health & Safety standards are maintained.
  • Assist Regional Manager to ensure program technology is maintained according to policy.
Billing and Financial:
  • Ensure staff complete all requirements related to monthly billing (job placements entered and updated; work, volunteer and other activity hours are entered).
  • Prepare SE/CI billings monthly. Submit following Regional Manager review and approval.
  • Assist Regional Manager to ensure all CES caseload standards are met within assigned regional team(s).
Community: Attend funder, stakeholder and other community meetings at direction of Regional Manager. [Location] => Oak Harbor, Washington [Contact] => mdemonbrun@servalt-ces.com ) [39] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => regional-manager [Description] => Job Title: Regional Manager
Wage: $3800/Month
Job Service: Community & Employment Services
Job Schedule: Full Time
Work Site(s): Tacoma, Lynwood, Everett, Washington
Contact: Mark DeMonbrun
Email: mdemonbrun@servalt-ces.com
Phone: (509) 901-6759
Fax: (866) 587-2916
To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume
Comments: Take a look at this new position in Community & Employment Services!

JOB SUMMARY: The Regional Manager is responsible for carrying out the day-to-day operations of the assigned CES region and ensures quality and successful functioning of the region. The position is also responsible for meeting financial outcomes and maintaining a professional work environment, in alignment with our organizational values and vision. The Regional Manager works within the guidelines of the organization, laws, policies, contracts, and licensing requirements; this includes but is not limited to: provision of safe and quality services to clients; personnel management (hiring, training, and supervising employees); meeting contract requirements.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor's Degree in social services or closely related field or high school diploma with 4 years successful experience in a relevant position. Candidates must demonstrate supervisory abilities that promote effective employee performance, exceptional leadership skills, and experience in successful financial management. Ability to work as a team member across functions.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Contract Outcomes:
  • Maintain thorough knowledge of the organization, applicable laws, policies, contracts, and accreditation requirements.
  • Maintain thorough knowledge of the County, DVR, DSB, and Amerigroup contracts held in CES.
  • Participate in regional Quality Assurance (QA) reviews, follow-up to QA's to ensure quality standards are met or exceeded, and maintain a regional QA score of at least 90%.
  • Provide leadership and supervision to ensure that all contract and accreditation standards are met or exceeded.
  • Troubleshoot barriers to successful contract/client outcomes.
  • Communicate as needed with internal and external personnel (i.e. Administrator, peer managers, etc.).
Financial Management:
  • Develop and maintain budget(s).
  • Meet monthly/annual financial targets.
  • Provide leadership and education to program employees to ensure knowledge of and adherence to financial targets.
  • Adhere to SA financial policies and procedures and maintain high quality assurance scores.
  • Weekly and monthly ADP approvals.
  • Oversight of all billing functions within region including final approval of all SE/CI billing.
  • Review and approve all Vocational Rehabilitation billing SDOR's.
  • Review and take action on all financial reports generated by CES and SA corporate.
  • Review and approve staff mileage on a monthly basis.
  • Ensure all CES caseload standards are met within the region.
Leadership and Personnel Management:
  • Recruit, hire, supervise, and oversee training and mentoring of employees.
  • Provide supervision, leadership, and oversight by ensuring consistent feedback is provided to employees.
  • Provide performance evaluations for all staff on a timely basis.
  • Meet with staff as needed to correct service delivery or documentation issues.
  • Implement Performance Management as needed, to ensure excellent service and results.
  • Provide oversight and ensure compliance of employment regulations, including but not limited to FLSA, FMLA, reasonable accommodation, and L&I/return to work.
  • Coordinate and facilitate regular team meetings.
  • Supervise teams to understand all caseloads and create back-up plans for service within the teams.
  • Evaluate effectiveness of service delivery with the team and make supervision and performance adjustments as necessary.
  • Coordinate and complete training, routine feedback, annual performance evaluations, and performance management.
  • Build and provide direction for staff caseloads.
  • Ensure each region has a current, active Program Goal Plan which is followed, and kept updated.
  • Review and follow up on all Incident Reports (Client and Staff).
  • Provide team development in alignment with Elemental Leadership.
  • Participate in Leadership Development plans.
  • Ensure presence at meetings with funders and other stakeholders, and other applicable community events.
Office/Worksite Management:
  • Ensure maintenance of office/worksite(s) which are clean, safe, and conducive to work and achievement of program outcomes.
  • Oversee program vehicles in alignment with SA policies and procedures.
  • Ensure that program technology (computers, etc.) is acquired and maintained according to policy.
  • Actively encourage and role model a healthy and professional program culture.
Record Keeping:
  • Ensure quality assurance scores meet standards.
  • Ensure all trainings and certifications are maintained per the CES Manager Report.
  • Ensure that program files are secured according to both physical and electronic storage policies.
  • Spot check SETWorks client profiles for completeness.
  • Monthly review of SETWorks for accurate and complete new clients entered and exits.
  • Review the Authorization Overview Reports for region, taking action as necessary per procedure.
  • Review and approve all Service Delivery Plans, and 6 Month Progress Reviews for SE/CI.
[Location] => Lynnwood, Washington [Contact] => mdemonbrun@servalt-ces.com ) [40] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => recruitment-and-on-boarding-manager [Description] => Job Title: Recruitment and On-Boarding Manager
Wage: $17.30-$18.46 per hour
Job Service: Children and Family Services
Job Schedule: Part Time
Work Site(s): Burlington, WA
Contact: Dani McCutcheon
Email: danim@servalt-cfs.com
To Apply: Resume
Comments: Service Alternatives (SA) is hiring a part-time, Recruitment and On-Boarding Manager in Burlington, WA. Service Alternatives partners with government agencies to provide services and programs all surrounding social work in Washington state. The Recruitment Manager partners with leaders throughout Service Alternatives to recruit and onboard new hires for various positions within SA's Children and Family Services division throughout Whatcom, Skagit, Island, and Snohomish Counties.

What You'll Be Doing:
  • Work with hiring managers to fill various open positions according to their hiring needs.
  • Use effective and creative sourcing techniques to find qualified applicants.
  • Oversee the full-cycle recruitment process and policies.
  • Create employment ads that are effective at attracting talent to Service Alternatives.
  • Screen applicants to determine if they meet minimum qualifications outlined in the Washington State Administration Code (WAC) and specific contract requirements for various positions.
  • Schedule and perform interviews of qualified applicants.
  • Present offers
  • Onboard new employees by having them completing new hire paperwork such as I9, W4, background check paperwork, other documents and trainings.
  • Register employees for new hire trainings.
  • Oversee community outreach, give presentations at universities and job fairs about employment, internship and volunteer opportunities.
  • Ensure that applicants have an outstanding candidate experience throughout the hiring process.
  • Completing reference checks.
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
  • High School diploma
  • Strong understanding of state and federal employment law.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Highly proficient with Microsoft Office suite products (Word, Excel, Outlook).
  • At least 2 years of recruiting experience working with high volume, difficult to fill positions.
  • Pass a background check.
  • Drivers License, valid car insurance and an acceptable driving record.
  • Skilled in public speaking.
  • Experience with Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) such as ADP.
Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Management or a related field.
  • Experience working with the Department of Children, Family and Youth Services (DCYF) or a related agency.
What's In It For You?
Work in a rewarding and challenging field where you can have a positive impact on a youth’s and Family’s lives. We offer medical and vision health insurance, disability insurance, and a 401k. [Location] => Burlington, WA [Contact] => danim@servalt-cfs.com ) [41] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => behavior-intervention-and-support-specialist [Description] => Job Title: Behavior Intervention and Support Specialist Wage: $12.00-$12.75 DOE Job Service: Children and Family Services Job Schedule: Part Time Work Site(s): Walla Walla, WA Contact: Angie Potts Email: apotts@servalt-cfs.com Phone: (509) 386-1245 Fax: (509) 529-3147 To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume, Application Comments:  We are looking for someone with an interest in helping kids reach their goals and become successful. Applicant should have experience working with kids who have experienced quite a bit of trauma in their lives. Applicants should have good communication skills, be able to work independently or as part of team, be able to plan activities for individuals or small groups, have knowledge of community activities, be willing to research ideas, and be creative. A degree is not necessary but is desired for future promotion considerations. Position is currently part-time but has full time potential. [Location] => Walla Walla, WA [Contact] => apotts@servalt-cfs.com ) [42] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => employment-specialist-1 [Description] => Job Title: Employment Specialist 1 Wage: $15.00/Hour Job Service: Community & Employment Services Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Oak Harbor, WA Contact: Angie Ramsey Email: aramsey@servalt-ces.com Phone: (360) 632-3513 Fax: (360) 675-3605 To Apply: Resume, Application Comments: Service Alternatives Community & Employment Services (CES) is seeking a creative, energetic professional who can assist Island County businesses in employing people with developmental disabilities. Our philosophy and belief is that no one is unemployable and it is our job to support people in finding their niche in society and the workplace. This position requires a unique blend of consultation and advocacy to both our job seekers and to businesses throughout the County. This often requires networking and marketing to businesses that are inexperienced hiring people with developmental disabilities, so our employees are pitching them their next bold business decision. Because each job seeker and each business is different, variety and uncertainty are often part of the job. The ideal candidate for this position will possess a combination of skills including effective communication, creativity, and the ability to self-motivate and make independent decisions. Skills and Qualifications Include: Ability to successfully pass a Background Check, possess a current and valid Driver's License, reliable transportation, Proof of Insurance and an acceptable Driving Record. Service Alternatives offers all employees competitive compensation as well as a benefits package that includes medical/vision coverage, 401(k), Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), 7 paid holidays, an 8-hour paid 'Birthday Holiday,' team building events, leave starting at 80 hours per year, flexible scheduling and mileage reimbursement. [Location] => Oak Harbor, WA [Contact] => aramsey@servalt-ces.com ) [43] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => workfirst-case-manager-6 [Description] => Job Title: WorkFirst Case Manager Wage: $16.81/Hour Job Service: Community & Employment Services Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Wenatchee, WA Contact: Shawna Michels Email: smichels@servalt-ces.com To Apply: Resume, Cover Letter Comments: Service Alternatives is hiring for a Work First Case Manager in our, Wenatchee Office!! We are seeking an ambitious, compassionate team player who is excited to support and empower TANF participants in obtaining employment outcomes. We are currently in a growth phase and seek candidates who thrive in a fast paced, high energy case manager position that is both demanding and rewarding. The Work First Case Manager is responsible for managing, supporting and transitioning individuals who receive Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) into subsidized internships and ultimately unsubsidized paid employment. This position requires a high level of accountability, responsibility, integrity and communication. Core position responsibilities include:
  • Provide structured accountability and monitoring to program participants with DSHS and Community Jobs program plans, and development and monitoring of employment-related skills (attendance, punctuality and skill progression).
  • Provide intensive case management to participants.
  • Encourage, support, guide and empower individuals to overcome identified challenges to employment.
  • Seek out and develop non-profit work site opportunities within the Chelan/Douglas County communities.
  • Facilitate and report on participant resume/job search workshops and classes.
  • Facilitate and report on weekly life skills (soft skills) classes.
  • Obtain unsubsidized employment outcomes that meet or exceed State and Federal contract performance standards.
Other key functions of the position:
  • The ability to work with a small close-knit team in a supportive and collaborative way.
  • Managing a caseload of participants with a multitude of personal complexities and barriers to employment.
  • Exhibit an outstanding professional work ethic and high-level communication.
Required Skills:
  • Experience facilitating small groups/classes.
  • High level customer service experience.
  • Strong personal/professional boundaries.
  • High level communication, prioritization and time management skills.
  • Ability to work independently without supervision.
Preferred Skills:
  • Experience working with people in crisis.
  • Previous supervisory or case management experience.
  • Knowledge of DSHS/TANF programs.
  • Experience in providing employment related services.
Knowledge of Chelan community resources such as, housing, justice involved and/or family community resources. The main WorkFirst office is located in Everett. This position is considered remote since the team is located throughout Washington and the supervisor is based in Everett. [Location] => Wenatchee, WA [Contact] => https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=f0d558de-be84-4817-9814-9741d55930a8&jobId=221910&lang=en_US&source=CC4&ccId=2121907790_796 ) [44] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => evidence-based-practice-therapist-2 [Description] => Job Title: Evidence Based Practice Therapist Wage: $15.50-$22.00/hr DOQ Job Service: Children and Family Services Job Schedule: Part Time Work Site(s): Kennewick, WA Contact: Angie Potts Email: apotts@servalt-cfs.com Phone: (509) 386-1245 Fax: (509) 529-3147 To Apply: Cover Letter, Resume, Application Comments:  We are seeking an Evidence Based Practice Therapist who is already trained in any of the following specialties: Positive Parenting Program, Family Preservation Services, SafeCare, or Incredible Years. Position is to begin at part-time and can become full-time based on case load. [Location] => Kennewick, WA [Contact] => apotts@servalt-cfs.com ) [45] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => employment-specialist-1-2 [Description] => Job Title: Employment Specialist 1 Wage: $15.00/Hour Job Service: Community & Employment Services Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Whatcom County, WA Contact: Angie Ramsey Email: aramsey@servalt-ces.com Phone: (360) 632-3513 Fax: (360) 675-3605 To Apply: Resume, Application Comments: Service Alternatives Community & Employment Services (CES) is seeking a creative, energetic professional who can assist Whatcom County businesses in employing people with developmental disabilities. Our philosophy and belief is that no one is unemployable and it is our job to support people in finding their niche in society and the workplace. This position requires a unique blend of consultation and advocacy to both our job seekers and to businesses throughout the county. This often requires networking and marketing to businesses that are inexperienced hiring people with developmental disabilities, so our employees are pitching them their next bold business decision. Because each job seeker and each business is different, variety and uncertainty are often part of the job. The ideal candidate for this position will possess a combination of skills including effective communication, creativity, and the ability to self-motivate and make independent decisions. Skills and Qualifications Include: Ability to successfully pass a Background Check, possess a current and valid Driver's License, reliable transportation, Proof of Insurance and an acceptable Driving Record. Service Alternatives offers all employees competitive compensation as well as a benefits package that includes medical/vision coverage, 401(k), Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), 7 paid holidays, an 8-hour paid 'Birthday Holiday,' team building events, leave starting at 80 hours per year, flexible scheduling and mileage reimbursement. This location participates in E Verify. [Location] => Bellingham, WA [Contact] => aramsey@servalt-ces.com ) [46] => stdClass Object ( [JobName] => workfirst-case-manager-7 [Description] => Job Title: WorkFirst Case Manager Wage: $16.81/Hour Job Service: Community & Employment Services Job Schedule: Full Time Work Site(s): Everett, WA Contact: Shawna Michels Email: smichels@servalt-ces.com To Apply: Resume, Cover Letter Comments:  The Community Jobs WorkFirst Case Manager is responsible for managing and transitioning individuals who receive Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) into subsidized internships and ultimately unsubsidized paid employment.  This position will also be serving our Oak Harbor DSHS partners. The responsibilities of this position include:
  • Providing accountability and monitoring for compliance with DSHS and Community Jobs program plans, and development and monitoring of job related skills (attendance, punctuality and skill progression).
  •  Intensive case management in supporting and empowering individuals in overcoming challenges to employment.
  • Developing and partnering with non-profit AND for-profit worksites/employers in the communities we serve for internships and volunteer placement opportunities.
  • Facilitating workplace readiness and life skills classes per contract requirements.
Other key functions of the position include:
  • Managing/supporting a caseload of participants with a multitude of personal complexities and barriers to employment.
  • Exhibiting an outstanding professional work ethic, communication and appearance and maintaining a commitment to developing positive, long lasting partnerships with participants, customers and community partners.
Required Skills:
  • Experience facilitating small groups/classes
  • High level customer service experience
  • Strong personal/professional boundaries
  • High level communication, prioritization and time management skills
  • Ability to work independently
Preferred Skills:
  • Experience working with people in crisis
  • Human services community engagement experience
  • Marketing experience
  • Previous supervisory or case management experience
  • Knowledge of housing, justice involved and/or family community resources
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