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Angeline Spa @ Clearwater Casino Resort & Spa

Massage Therapists (FT, PT, On-Call)

The Angeline Spa is looking for FT, PT and on-call massage therapists at the beautiful Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort. Candidates must have a current WA state massage therapist license, Certificate of Liability Insurance and excellent customer service skills. Therapists receive 40% commission on spa services, plus tips.

Please send resumes to cassandrajackson@clearwatercasino.com.

 

Blue Heron Jewelry

Assistant Manager, Retail Jewelry Sales

Supporting the day-to-day operations of fine jewelry sales on behalf of on-site ownership team and store manager. Support to include providing superior customer service through training and professional knowledge of the jewelry field. Support Manager in overall security, merchandise display and maintaining effective store operations. The assistant will be accountable to specific, measurable, and referenceable Key Productivity Indicators which are denoted below.

Essential Duties

· Assist in upholding our relationship selling style, service culture and address customer concerns as they arise.

· Merchandising – Display store with aplomb – giving special consideration to products both especially new and especially SPIFF’d. Learn all designers, vendors, and gemstone resources to facilitate sales staff and clients in achieving sales goals

· Sales superhero – Manage your Edge Pulse dashboard, understand all available metrics and lead by example by utilizing and mastering this tool. May assist Manager and Owner in monitoring sales levels.

· Physical Inventory support specialist – assist Manager in placing orders, entering inventory, and managing inventory database.

· Must be friendly and even tempered in the face of stressful situations, must have the ability to show good judgment in making business decisions. Must have clear handwriting, be organized, be task oriented, and have a drive for sales.

This position requires a minimum of 2 years previous jewelry sales experience and management experience.

Job Type: Full-time

Send resume to career@blueheronjewelry.com

 

Farmers Insurance Agency

Customer Service & Sales Representative

Position available immediately.

For more information or to apply, please contact Debra Linn Allbee at (360) 271-3605 or maxlinn@yahoo.com

Fishline Food Bank & Comprehensive Services

Communications & Marketing Coordinator

Reports to: Executive Director
Time Commitment: 25 – 30 hours/week
Hourly wage range: DOE, starting at $18/hour
Application deadline: January 20, 2021

Overview:
Fishline Food Bank & Comprehensive Services is a nonprofit organization that has supported the critical needs of our
community in North Kitsap County for over 50 years by providing food, emergency services and resources to transform
lives. We are a small but mighty staff serving nearly 18,000 of our Kitsap neighbors each year.

Position Summary:
The Communications & Marketing Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Executive Director, staff, volunteers,
and Board of Directors to plan, coordinate, and administer all aspects of marketing, community outreach, and donor
engagement for Fishline. The ideal candidate is comfortable in a fast-paced environment, able to juggle many priorities and consistently shows up with constructive ideas and a positive attitude. S/he is relationship-oriented, and able to build strong connections both on this team and within the broader community. This position requires someone who is a
bonafide Jack or Jill of all trades: confident with all forms of communication, super tech-savvy, and willing to adapt in
order to fulfill to the needs of the organization in the moment. S/he possesses a growth mindset and is committed to carrying out Fishline’s mission and vision. If this sounds like you, please read on for more details about the position.

Core Competencies:
• Able to both work independently and as a productive member of a team
• Able to both see the big-picture and zero in on the details
• Able to organize work and successfully handle a wide range of projects simultaneously
• Able to express ideas verbally, graphically, and in writing
• Able to work well with people from all backgrounds with varying degrees of experience
• Able to inspire, train, and motivate volunteers

Duties & Responsibilities:
Public Relations and Marketing
• Generate email marketing campaigns via Mailchimp software
• Responsible for bringing together all the pieces of our printed and digitally distributed quarterly newsletter “The
Current”. Next issue is scheduled for release in April 2021.
• Write and edit stories for monthly e-newsletters in addition to quarterly print newsletter
• Keep current on the successes, challenges, and priorities of all Fishline programs and operations in order to
accurately describe them to constituents through varying mediums
• Co-create and implement a public relations framework, plan, and timeline
• Generate press releases, media alerts, op-eds, and other copy for publication in North Kitsap outlets
• Oversee and direct all media production and general branding for Fishline and its programs
• Maintain and develop relationships with local businesses, civic groups, and the faith community in order to
nurture their connection to our organization
Development
• Co-create and implement a comprehensive annual development plan, outlining detailed campaigns for varying
constituent groups
• Lead weekly meetings with Fishline’s Executive Director and Executive Assistant to discuss donor status and
necessary project/work needs to continue donor cultivation
• In conjunction with the Executive Director, build and maintain relationships with major donors as appropriate
and identify and pursue new sources of corporate and foundation funding
• Collaborate with Fishline’s Executive Assistant on all donor acknowledgement letters, and all printed and digital
materials to support gift cultivation
• Create and/or update all printed and digital materials to support gift cultivation
• Keep up-to-date on fundraising best practices
Events
• Manage all public relations and communications for Fishline hosted events
• Coordinate with staff, leadership, and volunteers to ensure successful off-site and/or digital events
• Develop and implement donor appreciation and engagement events
• In collaboration with the Market Manager, support food drive events
Other duties as assigned. Work must be completed at Fishline’s main office, Work from Home opportunities are not
available with this position.
Fishline Food Bank and Comprehensive Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Qualifications:
• B.A./B.S. preferred with an emphasis or concentration in business, marketing, public relations or related field
• 2-5 years of related experience, preferably with a small organization or non-profit
• 1-2 years of experience with graphic design and publishing software (i.e. Publisher, InDesign, Canva, etc.)
• Experience with database management
• Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
• WordPress or related website experience a plus
• Experience and contacts in Kitsap County are a plus
• Knowledge with AI marketing, audience segmentation, customer data analysis is a plus
• Multilingual candidates encouraged to apply

How to Apply:
Submit a resume and cover letter to:
Dani Wasia, communications(at)fishlinehelps.org with the subject line “NAME: Communications and Marketing
Coordinator Application 2021”

Fishline Food Bank & Comprehensive Services

Data Analyst and Coordinator 

Reports to: Executive Director
Time Commitment: 20 hours/week
Hourly Wage: DOE
Application deadline: January 20, 2020

Overview:
Fishline Food Bank & Comprehensive Services is a nonprofit organization that has supported the critical needs of our
community in North Kitsap County for over 50 years by providing food, emergency services and resources to transform
lives. We are a small but mighty staff serving nearly 18,000 of our Kitsap neighbors each year.

Position Summary:
The Data Analyst and Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Executive Director, staff, volunteers, and Board of
Directors to monitor, analyze, and report on all required Fishline metrics and impact documents. This position is critical
for Fishline to maintain our funding and incoming food contributions from various partners in Kitsap County, the state,
and the country. The ideal candidate is comfortable in a fast-paced environment, able to juggle many priorities, and
consistently shows up with constructive ideas and a positive attitude. S/he is incredibly detail-oriented, and isn’t afraid
to stop by someone’s office or pick up the phone to call and get their questions answered. They care deeply about
proving social impact and writing detailed and comprehensive reports. This person is highly attuned to deadlines, and
can often be found triple checking report numbers before hitting “submit”. This position requires someone who also has
experience with grant writing and is willing to learn new databases and software’s as Fishline looks to expand its technological capacity and CRM systems. S/he possesses a growth mindset and is committed to carrying out Fishline’s mission and vision. If this sounds like you, please read on for more details about the position.

Core Competencies:
• Able to track and compile data and metrics from various individuals and programs at Fishline
• Able to think critically about data usage and reporting requirements to ensure accuracy
• Demonstrated ability with Microsoft Suite, notably Microsoft Excel
• Strong technical writing ability
• Able to both work independently and as a productive member of a team
• Able to both see the big-picture and zero in on the details
• Able to work well with people from all backgrounds with varying degrees of experience

Duties & Responsibilities:
Metrics Collection
• Utilize database reports to inform strategic decisions related to cultivation of donors and grants
• Work with Fishline managers on weekly basis to audit metrics and ensure accuracy in reporting
• Create and monitor data tracking systems that all Fishline managers and some volunteers use
• Pull reports from Fishline client and donor databases to create weekly and monthly metrics reports
Weekly, Monthly, and Yearly Reporting
• Comfort with asking clarifying questions from multiple organizations and individuals to assure reporting
accuracy and completeness
• Ensure timely and accurate filing of several county and state-based reports
• Ensure yearly filing of all necessary reporting documents and contracts
Grant Writing and Reporting
• Develop Fishline’s grant application program, outlining quarterly grant objectives
• Collaborate with Fishline’s Board of Directors on all grant applications
• Provide written materials and metrics reports for all grants
• Monitor existing grant reporting deadlines and requirements to ensure Fishline submits all necessary materials
on time

Other duties as assigned. Work must be completed at Fishline’s main office; work from home opportunities are not
available with this position.

Fishline Food Bank and Comprehensive Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Qualifications:
• B.A./B.S. (or equivalent experience) preferred with an emphasis or concentration in business, finance,
accounting, economics, or other data-related fields
• 2-5 years of related experience, ideally with a non-profit or social-impact focused organization (B-corp, etc.)
• 1-2 years of experience with grant research, grant writing, and grant reporting
• Experience with database management
• Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft Excel experience required
• Experience and contacts working with Food Bank reporting requirements
• Multilingual candidates encouraged to apply

How to Apply:
Submit a resume and cover letter to:
Dani Wasia, communications(at)fishlinehelps.org with the subject line “NAME: Data Analyst and Coordinator Application
2021”

Fishline Food Bank & Comprehensive Services

Executive Assistant

Reports to: Executive Director
Time Commitment: 30 hours per week
Hourly wage: DOE
Application deadline: January 20, 2020

Overview:
Fishline Food Bank & Comprehensive Services is a nonprofit organization that has supported the critical needs of our
community in North Kitsap County for over 50 years by providing food, emergency services and resources to transform
lives. We are a small but mighty staff serving nearly 18,000 of our Kitsap neighbors each year.

Position Summary:
The Executive Assistant will work directly with Fishline’s Executive Director on a daily basis and will have a hand in all
aspects of Fishline’s operations. This position is essential for engaging our donors, processing donation information to
understand the status of our organization and ensuring that the administrative needs of the Executive Director are taken
care of. The ideal candidate is comfortable in a fast-paced environment, able to juggle many priorities, and consistently
shows up with constructive ideas and a positive attitude. S/he is relationship-oriented, and able to build strong
connections both on this team by ensuring that the Executive Director feels supported and helping to share administrative responsibilities. This position requires someone who is a bonafide Jack or Jill of all trades: confident with all forms of communication, super tech-savvy, and willing to adapt in order to fulfill to the needs of the organization in the moment. S/he possesses a growth mindset and is committed to carrying out Fishline’s mission and vision. If this sounds like you, please read on for more details about the position.

Core Competencies:
• Able to both work independently and as a productive member of a team
• Able to manage up and anticipate needs of supervisors and teammates
• Able to organize work and successfully handle a wide range of projects simultaneously
• Able to express ideas verbally, graphically, and in writing
• Able to work well with people from all backgrounds with varying degrees of experience
• Able to learn and adapt to new technologies and software systems

Duties & Responsibilities:
Executive Assistance
• Develop public speaking materials, including presentations, talking points, and speeches as directed by the
Executive Director
• Assume responsibility for processing weekly donations and following up with donors, including emails, phone
calls, and thank you letters
• Collect information for and prepare monthly board reports
• Manage Board of Director’s yearly meeting schedule, including sending calendar invitations and Zoom meeting
information to all necessary attendees
• Respond to phone calls, emails, and other correspondence on the Director’s behalf
• Manage Executive Director’s schedule and inbox
• Assist Executive Director in submitting HR paperwork, yearly licensing applications, and other high-level
administrative tasks
• Provide notes to all staff after Manager’s Meetings and Staff Meetings
• Oversee all staff-related administrative needs; including ordering business cards, apparel, necessary office
equipment, office-related maintenance, etc.
• Assist the Marketing Coordinator in monitoring Fishline’s social media and website
• Assist the Data Analyst and Coordinator in filing contracts and reports on a monthly basis
Other duties as assigned. Work must be completed at Fishline’s main office, Work from Home opportunities are not
available with this position.

Fishline Food Bank and Comprehensive Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Qualifications:
• 1-3 years of Administrative experience, preferably with a small organization or non-profit
• Experience with database management preferred, not required
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
• Proven ability with Microsoft Excel
• Highly organized and detail oriented
• Excellent writing and editing skills
• WordPress or related website experience a plus
• Multilingual candidates encouraged to apply

How to Apply:
Submit a resume and cover letter to:
Dani Wasia, communications(at)fishlinehelps.org with the subject line “NAME: Executive Assistant Application 2021”

The Island School

Business Manager 

The Island School is searching for an accomplished financial manager to serve as our Business Manager, starting July/August 2021. We seek an individual who is committed and passionate about both finance and education, understanding how the two are deeply intertwined and essential to furthering our school’s mission. The Business Manager needs to be a creative leader who will see opportunity and flexibility in stewarding the school along its stable path and into a robust future. This is a full-time position with benefits.

Job responsibilities include:  

  1. Oversee day-to-day financial and facility operations, including accounting activities, payroll, benefits management, purchasing, general ledger, accounts receivable and payable, financial investments, liability and insurance policies, facility maintenance and repair.
  2. Develop and implement annual operating and capital budgets that advance the school’s mission and educational, equity, and social justice values.
  3. Manage administration of all benefit programs, ensuring legal compliance and equitable compensation and benefits for all employees.
  4. Coordinate the annual Form 990 submission and the independent audit process once every four years, supporting the school’s commitment to transparency and accountability.
  5. Collaborate with the Head of School, Advancement Director, and Finance Committee to explore and develop tuition and financial aid models that reflect our commitment to diversity, equity, social justice, and leadership as innovators in education.

However, this is just a start. We want our Business Manager to see this job as more than just number crunching, instead recognizing the opportunity to be a leader in a welcoming and dynamic community. As a member of the Leadership Team, our Business Manager works in partnership with our Head of School and Advancement Director to guide our current and future direction. As an independent school we strive to re-shape our world by instilling the joy of learning and the values of kindness, compassion and resilience in our students as well as by building strong relationships with our parents, colleagues and partners.

If you are an experienced school or nonprofit finance director who wants the opportunity to work in a mission-driven environment, we invite you to explore our website (TheIslandSchool.org) to learn more. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to The Island School, 8553 NE Day Road, Bainbridge Island, WA  98110 or email to info@theislandschool.org by February 22, 2021.

Read the full job description and apply HERE.

KPUD (Kitsap Public Utility District)

NETWORK ENGINEER

Job Type : Full-Time / Non-Exempt
Pay Range : $27.59 – $44.15 per hour, depending on experience and qualifications
Benefits : Excellent benefit package including retirement, medical/dental insurance and PTO
Location : Poulsbo, WA + travel within Kitsap County
Schedule : Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 4:00 PM, occasional evenings & weekends
Job Summary:

Kitsap PUD is currently seeking a Network Engineer. The primary job function will be to focus on operations, which includes installation, provisioning, testing, maintenance and on-call support for network outages. The successful candidate must have knowledge of Ethernet, IP, MPLS, routing, switching (STP,
Tunneling), QOS and network design.
Minimum Qualifications:
• Technical school or college degree in computer science, IT, networking, or related discipline(s) from an
accredited technical school or college
• In lieu of technical school or college, a high school diploma and at least 5 additional years of relevant
experience is acceptable.
• Possess networking certifications such as Cisco CCNA or similar, or the ability to obtain
• Thorough knowledge of standard network concepts, practices and applications.
Preferred Qualifications:
• Associates or bachelor’s degree in computer science, IT, networking or related discipline(s) from an
accredited college or university + 5 years of direct experience
• A non-related college degree with 5 years of proven performance in a related discipline
Required Network Engineering Skills:
• Understanding of IP/Ethernet routing and switching
• Routing protocols such as BGP and OSPF
• IPv4 and IPv6 numbering schemes, aggregation and allocation
• Configuring and troubleshooting Ethernet circuits on a service provider network
• Layer 2 network design and standards, including Ethernet WAN technologies, MEF services,
IEEE standards 802.1ad QnQ, and 802.1q VLAN tagging
• Advanced network trouble-shooting skills, including familiarity with Wireshark and use of other packet
analysis tools

• Advanced knowledge of Core, Distribution, and Access layer designs and topologies

• Familiarity with best network security practices
• CCNA certification or the ability to obtain within 6 months. Equivalent certification accepted
Preferred Network Engineering Skills:
• MPLS design, implementation, provisioning and troubleshooting
• Familiarity with transport technologies – SONET, DWDM/CWDM and Carrier Ethernet
• Experience evaluating network vendor products and technologies
• A strong Linux background
• Experience operating and maintaining an FTTH network
• CCNP preferred; equivalent certifications accepted
Network Equipment Skills:
• Cisco routers and switches
• Allied Telesis switches and Customer Premise equipment
• ADVA optical ethernet lineups
Position Requirements:
• Ability to demonstrate a strong commitment to Kitsap PUD’s core values when working; alone, within a team and with customers
• Self-starter with a strong desire to learn
• Ability to be on-call for network outages and priority projects
• Ability to perform maintenance work as scheduled at night or early morning
• Knowledge and experience with process management and improvement techniques
• Ability to manage projects from order through implementation
• Strong organizational and written and verbal communication skills
• Strong people and customer relationship skills and the willingness to be accountable for results
• Must possess a valid Washington State driver’s license

Applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin

Position will remain open until filled. Please submit a completed job application to: hrfinance@kpud.org. Job applications are available at: www.kpud.org/employment.php.

KPUD (Kitsap Public Utility District)

WATER CONSTRUCTION TECHNICIAN

Job Type : Full-Time Pay Range : $24.11 – $33.27 per hour DOQ
Benefits : Excellent benefit package Location : Poulsbo, WA / Monday – Friday 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM, occasional overtime required

Job Summary:
Kitsap PUD is interested in adding a qualified Construction Technician to our team. Qualified applicants will possess the skills necessary to perform a variety of activities related to the construction of utility infrastructure.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Responsible for the construction of new water system infrastructure. Examples include: Water main and pump houses. • Perform various duties related to excavation and underground utility construction. Examples include: Flagging, shoveling, grounds restoration, general construction, driving commercial vehicles and operating heavy equipment.
• Assist in the maintenance of water system infrastructure. Examples include: Valve exercising, flushing, inspection of control valves, fire hydrants, pressure tanks and standpipes, general facilities building maintenance, water meter replacements and water main breaks.
• Perform other work-related tasks, as assigned. • Must be able to respond to emergency calls outside of normal work hours.
• The work environment is 95% outside manual labor and 5% office/shop facility duties, requiring frequent bending, grasping, kneeling, pulling, pushing, reaching, repetitive motion, lifting/carrying of objects weighing up to 15 pounds and occasional lifting/carrying of objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
Work Experience Qualifications and Skills:
• Prior experience with installation/repair associated with underground utilities including water main installation and excavation
• Prior experience in operating tools/equipment used in various construction activities
• Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions when performing utility work
• Ability to work alone or as part of a team to identify and repair problems in a safe and efficient manner
• Ability to demonstrate a strong commitment to Kitsap PUD’s core values when working; alone, within a team and with customers
• Ability to be self-motivated and possess a strong work ethic in order to help meet the Districts’ mission of “Strengthening Kitsap communities through responsive and sustainable utility services”
Position Requirements:
• Must be at least 18 years of age.
• High School Diploma or GED equivalent
• Valid Washington State driver’s license
• 3-5 years minimum experience operating a backhoe or excavator
• Possession of a valid Class A CDL endorsement OR ability to obtain within one year of hire

Applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation or genetic information.

Position will remain open until filled. Please submit a completed job application to: hrfinance@kpud.org. Job applications are available at: www.kpud.org/employment.php

Miles Yanick and Company

Architect/Architectural Project Manager/Architectural Designer/Draftsperson

Miles Yanick and Company is a small firm in Poulsbo, WA that offers comprehensive architectural services, design, land planning, interiors, and landscape design. We have 35+ years of experience working throughout Kitsap, King, Mason, Pierce, Thurston, and Jefferson Counties.

 We have an immediate opening for an experienced, motivated and talented Architect/Architectural Designer/Draftsperson to join our team to grow within our firm. Applicants shall have 5+ years of experience with various methods of construction.  Types of project experience: commercial, civic, retail, multifamily, and residential, projects ranging in size from very small to large scale.

 Qualified applicants will possess the following:

  • Bachelors or Master’s degree in Architecture or equivalent, be a Registered Architect in Washington State, or working towards registration. Prefer LEED AP accredited
  • Advanced knowledge and experience using drafting software including AutoCAD and Sketchup preferred. Proficient in Microsoft Office and software programs such as Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Experience with Sketch-Up software
  • Must be familiar with architectural standards, engineering practices, building ordinances and blueprints in order to communicate effectively with clients and co-workers.
  • Prepare detailed drawings of architectural plans and designs for structures and buildings according to specifications
  • Ensure that construction projects meet environmental, safety, structural, zoning and aesthetic standards. Experience with City and County permit submittals.
  • Prepare detailed drawings of architectural plans and designs for structures and buildings according to specifications
  • Presentation and marketing experience
  • Knowing how to scale up or down the scope of work relative to the budget

 The culture of our firm is:

  • Collaborative environment; everyone’s voice is heard
  • Opportunities; everyone works on all areas of project phasing
  • Continuing education; multiple monthly publications, classes, webinars, mentoring
  • Serving the local community; designing for your neighbors
  • Variety of architectural opportunities through the vast array of project types

 Please submit a cover letter and resume to office@milesyanick.com to be considered for the position.

Compensation is DOE. Position to be filled when qualified applicant is selected.

 

Peninsula Credit Union

Chief Financial Officer

 Shelton, WA

Are We The Company For You?
At Peninsula Credit Union, we listen, we serve, we educate, we care… Always. We know our 21,000 members and our 70 employees have options about where they bank and where they work: We work to be the place they choose by cultivating a company culture and outreach strategy that centers around commitment to community. Since 1935, we have been conscious of our roots, mindful of our responsibilities, and energized by our mission to help our members navigate an increasingly complex financial world. By practicing empathy, we strive to meet members where they are in their financial journey to ensure they are able to improve their financial fitness.

Is This the Role For You?
Being the Chief Financial Officer at Peninsula Credit Union is the ideal role for a strategic financial leader who understands how to collaborate with others to develop and execute effective strategies, actions, programs and process that will help PCU achieve all its business objectives.

Overseeing all elements of finance, facilities, and purchasing, you will help the credit union reach its growth, profitability, and financial performance objectives. A solutions-based, inclusive leader, you will use your role to research, evaluate, recommend and implement financial/accounting solutions, vendor relationships, and opportunities for growth to the PCU Leadership Team and the Board of Directors.

Guided by the strategic plan and regulatory requirements, and in partnership with the executive team and direct reports, this key leader will administer the credit union investment portfolio, asset/liability management system, and accounting information system, as well as managing PCU’s facility maintenance and supply administration.

Thorough knowledge of effective accounting principles (GAAP), financial accounting standards, state and federal regulations, and advanced math skills (including investment yield and performance, investment strategy, and interest rate forecasting) will be key to doing the job well. Strong ability to analyze and communicate complex thoughts in a straightforward way will help others love having you in the role.

Let’s Get To Know Each Other:
If this sounds like your next career step, submit your letter of interest and a resume or link to your LinkedIn profile that demonstrates your proven leadership of strong financial strategy and your interpersonal skills.

Use your cover letter to tell us why Peninsula Credit Union and Shelton, Washington, are your ideal home. Explain your path to the C-Suite through progressive responsibility in finance or accounting and give a quick overview of the leadership philosophy that has helped you build strong teams.

Your resume should reference your college degree in accounting, finance, business, or similar, and how you have developed leadership skills over 5+ years of managing teams in the financial services industry (at least 7 years total finance/accounting experience), with specific experience in overseeing Finance, Accounting, and Investment portfolios. We would love to hear how your Credit Union Development Educator certification or other continuing education exemplify your commitment to ongoing learning. Familiarity with Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) is also a plus.

We look forward to getting to know you!

Resume and cover letter are required to complete your application.

APPLY HERE.

Peninsula Credit Union

SVP Human Resources & Marketing

This is the role for a cultural engineer who understands that the best brands are lived internally and externally, and who is energized by aligning the communication and the experience across the organization.

Overseeing and integrating all elements of HR, Staff Development, Marketing, and Community Development, you will help the credit union increase engagement with employees, members, and the broader community we are so proud to serve. Guided by the strategic plan and in collaboration with the executive team and direct reports, this key leader will architect the organizational culture of Peninsula Credit Union. This newly defined position will cultivate a culture and outreach strategy that builds stronger diversity, equity, and inclusion for our members and our employees.

A passion for effective communication, employee development, and sharing the credit union’s mission with the communities we serve will help you love this job. Experience leading HR, Marketing, and Community Development functions in the financial services industry will have prepared you to excel here.

APPLY NOW

SERVPRO of Kitsap County

Handyman/Carpenter

We consistently hire reliable, customer service-focused employees who are both knowledgeable and skilled. They are experienced in many areas of handyman repair and they know the value of building relationships with our clients.

As Handyman/Carpenter, you are a key member of our team responsible for quality repairs, remodeling, and home improvement projects. You will build customer relationships and uphold our standard for excellent customer service. The home repair and improvement projects will vary between two hours and two days with a variety of interesting work.

You have a strong background of skilled tradesman experience and have proven communication skills with supervisors, employees, and customers. You are self-motivated, possess good organizational skills, and able to manage time to effectively to complete jobs.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Complete small to medium repairs, remodeling, and home improvement projects with high quality and an eye for detail
  • Communicate with customers about scope of work and cost estimates
  • Punctual, dependable, and self-motivated
  • Ensure the efficient use of materials and maintain adequate stock of necessary equipment
  • Collect payment and/or payment information from customers for work performed
  • Keep company vehicle and equipment properly serviced, clean, and in good working order and condition
  • Complete invoices, daily route sheets, and weekly reports as required

Job Requirements:

  • Skilled tradesman with 2 years of experience in home maintenance/repair and remodeling
  • Strong carpentry background
  • Must have own basic hand and power tools fit for many job types
  • Provide exceptional customer service and team player with office staff
  • Honest and fair in all dealings with customers and team
  • Clean background, valid WA state Driver’s license with insurable driving record
  • Strength, balance, agility and ability to comfortably lift 50 pounds and climb 24 ft ladder

To apply, please contact SERVPRO at (360) 373-1290.

Sluys Poulsbo Bakery

Baker/Retail Clerk/Janitor

Baker
We, at Sluys Poulsbo Bakery, are looking for someone who has experience baking various types of product, no specific product line is required. As a Baker you will be using your baking knowledge to create high quality product following Sluys Poulsbo Bakery’s recipes from scratch. You will act as the first line for quality control, ensuring that all product meets Sluys Poulsbo Bakery’s high quality standards. You will work quickly and efficiently to keep your baker’s assistant constantly supplied with work while working as a team. You possess the ability and desire to learn technical properties of ingredients and their function.

You are available to work 30-38 hours week which includes weekends and holidays, except New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas when we are closed. You will be paid based on your baking experience and is negotiable.

We are looking for people committed to excellence and legendary customer service and product, who will make a positive contribution to our company and our community. Applications are available at www.sluyspoulsbobakery.com/careers or may be picked up at 18924 Front St NE downtown Poulsbo.

Retail Clerk
Who you are…

As a Retail Clerk, you are part of our pre-sales and sales team, and your passion for providing exceptional customer service contributes to our high level of customer satisfaction. Acting as the first impression of Sluys Poulsbo Bakery you will communicate in an open, helpful and engaging tone and focus on finding the right solution for each customer.

You will connect with our customers to fill orders, address questions and resolve any issues. You will organize the product displays and maintain cleanliness in our Retail Shop. Additionally, you will work as a team and serve as a brand ambassador for Sluys Poulsbo Bakery. You are available to work a flexible work week, with morning availability preferred, which includes weekends and holidays, except New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas when we are closed. You will be paid $13.50 to start, pay is Performance-based.

We are looking for people committed to excellence and legendary customer service and product, who will make a positive contribution to our company and our community.
Applications are available at www.sluyspoulsbobakery.com/careers or may be picked up at 18924 Front St NE downtown Poulsbo.

Janitor
As a Janitor of Sluys Poulsbo Bakery you are an integral part and your ability to assist the Bakers in Production and the Retail Clerks with keeping their work areas clean and sanitized is crucial. You will work quickly and efficiently with minimal supervision staying on task. You will maintain cleanliness of all bakery equipment, benches, and floors. You will maintain organization and cleanliness of store rooms.

You are available to work a flexible schedule of 30 hours week which includes weekend and holidays, except New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas when we are closed. You will be paid $13.50 to start, pay is Performance-base.

We are looking for people committed to excellence and legendary customer service and product, who will make a positive contribution to our company and our community.
Applications are available at www.sluyspoulsbobakery.com/careers or may be picked up at 18924 Front St NE downtown Poulsbo.

Trash Transporter

Junk Removal Specialist

At Trash Transporter we want to give you all the skills you did not learn in school: Leadership, Sales & Negotiation, Real World Problem-Solving, Autonomy, Decision-Making, etc.

We’re as-local-as-it-gets junk removal professionals committed to providing the highest quality service at an honest price. We’ve been serving Kitsap since 2009.

That is why at Trash Transporter we pay our personnel living wages, promote from within, and our employees have the opportunity to work directly with the owner. When we support locally, our community and each other, we all thrive. 

If you’d like to learn the inner workings of small business, and be a part of a locally-focused, rapid growing company, please apply. 

We are currently looking for a part-employee who can join our team. Some qualities and must-haves include:

  • Growth Mindset
  • Great Attitude
  • People Skills
  • Sales Ability
  • Dependability
  • Great Communication
  • Physical Requirements: Ability to lift objects 50lbs +
  • Reliable Transportation
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Clean Driving Record

*No CDL required

To apply, please contact Ryan Denny at (360) 649-2435.

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