The City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department is holding its’24thAnnual Job FaironFebruary 6, 2016, in theIMAX Theatremain pavilion area from9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
ThisCity of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department Job Fairwill provide information on200+spring and summer positions at Riverfront Park, Manito Park Bench Café, Merkel Sports Complex and the City’s Aquatic Centers.
Spokane’s 2016 Homeless Connect will be taking place from 10AM-3PM on Tuesday, January 19th at The Salvation Army’s Community Center, located at 223 E. Nora Ave. STA Buses #25 and #27 serve the location.
The Access Spokane Expo is coming soon! It is a job fair for persons with disabilities, there are booths with lots of free giveaways, and there will be employers on site prepared to interview. There will be displays and vendors as well with adaptive services and devices available. If you have any disabilities and are seeking employment, this may be the perfect job fair to attend. Flyer for the event: Access Spokane Expo Flyer
The Gathering House Café has a position open for a paid 15-20 per week barista and coffee shop sales
No previous experience is needed. There is a 3-7 day training period for the candidate accepted. Must be outgoing and somewhat friendly. We are a faith based non-profit, looking for people coming out of the department of corrections, or someone who has completed a drug/alcohol rehabilitation program, or is coming from generational poverty culture. We are looking for a person who demonstrates some self-reliance and needs or wants another chance to restart life by getting some needed experience and training. If you know of anyone whom you would recommend – then please have them drop by The Gathering House on Monday-Friday between 11am and 2 pm to pick up an application.
For further questions or information please contact Tonia Bryceson 925-594-0236
Volunteers of America of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho has two over night positions open until 8/19/2015 at the close of business. These positions will support our Permanent Supportive Housing program.
Any interested party can send a cover letter and resume to Jon Carollo, program director at email@example.com.
Energy Assistance will be soon arriving, and SNAP is seeking qualified individuals:
Effective July 30, 2015
SNAP is seeking 7 qualified individuals for Energy Specialist positions, to work in SNAP’s Community Action Core. These positions are full time, seasonal and open to all qualified individuals. Job Description here.
Interested applicants should submit a completed SNAP application, cover letter and resume to the SNAP Human Resources Department 3102 W. Ft George Wright Ave., Spokane, WA 99224. All applications must be at the SNAP Human Resources office by 4pm August 14, 2015 in order to be considered. SNAP employment applications are available at 3102 W. Ft George Wright, Spokane, WA 99224 or online at www.snapwa.org.
Starting salary for this position is $13.08 per hour
Washington State offers a program called Basic Food Employment & Training (BFET) which is for recipients of food benefits who do not receive TANF. There are four locations in Spokane that participate, and offer services to provide:
Job skills train
Job search assistance
The following locations provide the service:
The Fulcrum Institute
Spokane Community College (SCC)
Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC)
CHICAGO, IL — Think summer jobs are just for kids? Well … think again! The seasonal job market has opened up to applicants of all ages as many employers welcome job-seekers with a mature work ethic and well-honed communication skills. In addition to seasonal work, part-time and/or temporary, contract positions are more plentiful during the summer as organizations scramble to cover for their vacationing employees.
If you land a part-time position in your line of work — at a company where you’d like to be employed — your chances of being brought on full time are good. In addition to the increased job options that the summer provides, your opportunities to mix and mingle are greatly enhanced by the warm weather. Backyard parties, gatherings, and community events abound and are prime venues to “meet and greet” and get the word out about all you have to offer.
There’s one big, additional benefit to having a summer job and actively building your list of contacts. The larger your network, the better you will position yourself for the surge of full-time employment opportunities that usually takes place in September and October. So get out there, make yourself known, and present yourself as the knowledgeable, enthusiastic candidate you are. You never know whom you might meet and where such opportunities might lead. And, come early fall, you just might find yourself happily employed in the full-time position you’ve wanted all along!
Spokane C.O.P.S. is looking for a Social Media Coordinator. This position will work with our various programs and locations for Spokane C.O.P.S. to help make us more visible to the community. This position is expected to be part time (5-10 hours/wk) and will pay $10/hr, no benefits. Hours can be very flexible. This position reports to the Executive Director of Spokane C.O.P.S.
·Engaging writing style
·Discernment for what is appropriate to post
·Familiarity with all social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.)
·Good marketing vision to make social media an effective tool for C.O.P.S.
The dreaded, daily, servitude that burdens your already tired and weary shoulders. Beaten, bedraggled and crestfallen you slump out of your bed at 6am, ready for another day of instant coffee, TPS reports and habitual sighing.
If any part of that sounds like you -or your daily routine – then there’s a good chance that it’s time for a change. Or, if you’re entering the workforce for the first time, and this is what you’re expecting from a job market that’s not too friendly to young people and graduates, then fear not – there are options.
If you’re so inclined, many of those options exist in the tech industry, which is experiencing an ever growing roster of successful companies, huge investments and even a Mike Judge TV show (the only true metric of success).