Firewatch/General Labor, $19.50/hr.

5-10 positions available no experience needed, on the job training. Must have a current DOD security clearance, have had one in the past 2 years or able to obtain one (we can help)! Must have reliable transportation. Job includes, but not limited to general clean up duties and basic general labor. Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds. 40-60 hour work weeks, different shifts available. Great opportunity for advancement! Bring resume and references to our office today!

Assistant Facilities Manager, $20/hr.

A great North Kitsap company is seeking an experienced Assistant to the Facilities Manager for large scale condominium property.  Must be able to perform a variety of skills related to the maintenance and repairs of building components and grounds.

The position requires the ability to effectively respond to emergency situations, to include water leaks and power outages and be able to quickly dispatch resources to assist in mitigating emergency situations.  

Key Qualifications

  • Maintenance experience with painting, carpentry, housekeeping and variety of other craft work. 
  • Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to walk and stand for prolonged periods of time; frequently stoop, bend, kneel, climb, use ladders and variety of tools, lift and carry moderate to heavy amounts of weight, up to 50 lbs. 
  • Must be able to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing, comfortable interacting with residents, self-motivated and willing to learn new skills and work with minimum supervision.
  • Detailed oriented, able to understand and follow instructions clearly and concisely.  
  • High school graduate or equivalent
  • Willing to obtain further training and certification as required
  • Normal work week consists of Tuesday through Saturday, unless otherwise instructed.
  • $20 per hour.  Once hired there’s also medical, dental, vision.   

If this sounds like the job for you, apply today and interview tomorrow!

Bookkeeper, FT $20/hr.

A high paced, ever-growing property management company is looking to fill a full-time bookkeeper position immediately in Kitsap County.  Wage is $20 per hour.  Hours are Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. The right candidate will be an organized, self-motivated and detail oriented professional.  Must be able to handle vendor accounts, make bank deposits, maintain ledgers, pay bills, prepare financial statements and reports, reconcile bank accounts and maintain financial files.  Other duties include pick up mail and front desk back-up when needed.  Proficient in QuickBooks, especially invoicing.  Knowledge of AppFolio preferred however will train the right candidate.

If this sounds like the job for you, apply today and interview tomorrow!

Environmental Services Housekeepers $20/hr.

A great local company is looking for thorough housekeepers with excellent cleanliness standards to attend all areas of their Kitsap facility. They currently have FT day and evening positions available. The goal is to enhance customer experience by keeping their facilities in clean and orderly condition.

As an Environmental Services (EVS) Housekeeper, your job is vital in the efforts to prevent the spread of potentially infectious microorganisms and eliminating healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) through detailed decontaminating methods and procedures. Their objective is to ensure that each healthcare facility is decontaminated utilizing the proper hospital-grade disinfectants, equipment and cleaning practices in concordance with the standards and recommendations set by both State and Federal agencies such as: the Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses (AORN), the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

EVS Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Disinfecting and cleaning in designated areas to remove all possible bio-burden (sterile core: OR, invasive Procedure Rooms)
  • Eliminate cross contamination while properly cleaning and disinfecting PACU, patient care areas
  • Understanding a target zero environment in all our accounts
  • Maintains work operations by following policies and procedures
  • Protects organizations value by keeping patient information confidential
  • Adhere to mediclean standards, healthcare environment policies and procedures, federal state and local requirements
  • Updating job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; participating in continued education credits and maintaining certifications
  • Enhances Hospital’s EVS department and healthcare reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to your job and the efforts to prevent HAIs

Additional Duties:

  • Properly clean carpeted and hard floor surfaces where required
  • Clean and sanitize bathrooms, showers and locker rooms; including fixtures and furniture
  • Clean break rooms, including sinks, counter tops, microwaves, refrigerator, table and chairs
  • Restock supplies throughout facility
  • Inventory control and management of all paper supplies throughout facility
  • Empty recyclables and trash to designated areas and replace liners
  • Carefully dust and cleaning office desks and furniture
  • Clean windowsills and ledges
  • Maintain all janitor closets in a clean, safe, organized manner
  • Maintain and operate all cleaning equipment in a safe, clean and operable condition
  • Proper use and understanding of dilution controls and dwell times
  • Proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is required at all times to ensure safety and prevention of cross contamination BBP efforts
  • Notify supervisor of any items needing repair, or replacement; or of any incidents that occur
  • Other duties as assigned

EVS Required Job Skills/Qualifications:

  • Strong attention to detail
  • Must be safety cautious
  • Must be dedicated to the job and work until finished
  • Must be self-motivated and a quick leaner
  • Must be able to think on your feet and outside the box
  • Have a drive and compassion to save lives
  • Must be 18 years old
  • Must have flexibility to adjust to the needs of the hospital
  • Must have access to email daily and a cell phone for proper and reliable communication when needed

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, and stooping. The employee must frequently lift or move objects weighing approx. 30 pounds. Strong vision abilities are also required.

Work Environment:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles. The employee must be ok with the site of blood, small bone fragments and possible body tissue while cleaning in a sterile environment. The employee is occasionally exposed to a variety of patient conditions and elements. The noise level is quiet, and the employee is generally working independently.

Qualifications for the position will require that you complete the following:

Blood Borne Pathogen Training

Infection Control training

Other training to execute the tasks properly, such as hands on training with a supervisor

Experience in a healthcare setting is preferred

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $20.00 per hour

Assistant Property Manager, FT $16-17/hr.

A high paced, ever-growing property management company is looking to fill a full-time Assistant Property Manager/Administrative Assistant position immediately in Kitsap County. Real Estate License a plus, but not required.

Looking to hire a professional for fast-paced, team-oriented, office environment. Qualified candidate will have the following skills and knowledge:
Organizational skills, good communication skills, good listener, and be willing to learn, Computer knowledge (Word, Excel) a must. Must have positive outlook and excellent customer service skills and typing 30 + words a minute. Accept challenges and be a team player. Previous property management experience is a definite plus but not a requirement. Experience with Appfolio is an added benefit.

Advancement within the company a good possibility. If you have willingness to learn and motivation to succeed you should apply.

Wage is $16 -$17per hour DOE, as well as mileage reimbursement. Hours are Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. No medical, dental, or retirement benefits. Sick leave offered at 4 hours per month. Paid vacation accrual after 6 months.

If this sounds like the job for you, apply today and interview tomorrow!

Temp Superintendent, $38/hr.

A great local company is looking for a temporary project superintendent for the next three weeks.  The hourly pay is $38 per hour and the working days are Monday through Friday.  They are needing someone to be the eyes and ears of their La-Z-Boy buildout project. Experienced professionals only.

If this sounds like the job for you, apply today and interview tomorrow!

Accounts Payable Specialist, $20-22/hr.

A great Port Townsend company is looking to bring on a temp Accounts Payable Specialist. The hours are Monday through Friday and the pay is between $20-22 per hour.

GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY:
The Accounts Payable Specialist is responsible for managing and maintaining all activities and operations in the Accounts Payable function. This position coordinates and fulfills the responsibilities of the full accounts payable (AP) cycle including reviewing & verifying invoices, expenses, and check requests; AP reporting; AP reconciliations; and AP tax reporting. This position partners regularly with the Materials Management team and is expected to stay on top of all best practices, rules, and laws impacting accounts payable.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Responsible for accurate coding and input of invoices.
• Ensures timely payments of vendor invoices and expense vouchers and maintains accurate financial records and control reports.
• Analyzes invoices and expense reports for accuracy and eligibility for payment.
• Ensures appropriate management approval and work with vendors and managers to resolve questions regarding invoices or expensed amounts.
• Responsible for responding to inquiries and making all payments in a timely manner.
• Reconciles AP to vendor statements and research discrepancies.
• Audits all AP for compliance with existing policies.
• Coordinates with other departments that are involved in the AP process.
• Assists in tracking capital invoices, continuing education and licensure, prepaid expenses, and AP accruals.
• Assists in the entry and match of purchase order invoicing.
• Prepares payable register and related reports in a timely manner.
• Inspects automated system output such as registers and standard reports.
• Determines and corrects out-of-balance conditions.
• Coordinates 1099 filing including collection of W9s for new vendors.
• Prepares unclaimed property and tax reports as assigned
• Assists in preparing information for audits and cost reports.
• Researches and prepares special reports and job aids for management.
• Gathers accounts payable data for inclusion in the financial statements.
• Seeks out and takes advantage of opportunities to collaborate in order to streamline, consolidate, restructure, and preserve resources.
• Reviews and updates policies and procedures for AP.

• Recommends and implements process improvement strategies.
• Trains leaders on process and procedures.

SECONDARY FUNCTIONS:
• Assist with other projects as needed.
• Other duties as assigned.
JOB SCOPE:
• Anticipates and solves problems for self, and other lower level/same level employees within and outside own department
• Under general direction, examines moderately complex information and/or situations and prepares summary, including recommendations for review by others
• Most decisions are made within company policy constraints, and some latitude exists.
• Decisions may impact others or the organizations
• Operates somewhat complex equipment, often-requiring education or training, including computer hardware/software
• Provides basic work direction and support to others, usually consisting of skilled and semi-skilled employees.
• Communicates with staff and leadership promptly in a clear and respectful manner.

• Ability to follow HIPAA policies to maintain the privacy and security of patient information.
• Ability to read, interpret and follow documents such as policies and procedures.
• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations and safety rules.
• Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
• Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
• Ability to accurately perform mathematical calculations necessary to position.
• Computer knowledge, including: ERP, word processing, e-mail and other work-related computer systems.
• Ability to interpret and report on accounts payable data and reports from Infor/Lawson ERP system.
• Willing and able to troubleshoot Infor issues related to accounts payable.
• Demonstrates effective hand hygiene practices and follows all Infection Control and Prevention policies. Participates in infection control rounding or other activities as requested.

SPECIFIC JOB SKILLS:
• Ability to demonstrate values-based behavior.
• Willingness to learn, develop and seek opportunities for growth.
• Requires interpersonal skills, training, teamwork, problem analysis, customer service, independent judgment or action.
• Ability to train leaders and employees on using payroll software, policy, and process.
• Keeps abreast of changes in accounts payable rules and regulations through research, seminars, education, etc.
• Ability to handle multiple projects/tasks.
• Ability to remain professional and exhibit spirit of helpfulness.
• Ability to work effectively and communicate appropriately for customer’s needs.
• Uses reference material when appropriate.
• Ability to read, write and communicate effectively in English; additional languages preferred.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
• Minimum six (6) or more years’ experience in accounting and accounts payable, or similar position.
• Bachelor’s degree or four years related experience
• Demonstrated experience with accounting and record retention requirements specific to accounts payable.
• Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Excel.
Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience working as sole accounts payable specialist
• Experience reconciling and managing expense report processing
• Experience preparing tax reporting related to accounts payable and payroll; and unclaimed property reporting
• Experience reconciling accounts payable and payroll and tracking related general ledger accounts
• Infor experience
• Healthcare experience

If this sounds like the job for you, apply today and interview tomorrow!

Maintenance Technician, $18.71/hr.

A great local company is looking for someone to temporarily fill their Maintenance Technician opening for properties located in Bremerton and Port Orchard (split position). Starting pay is $18.71/hour – regularly Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm.

Employees in this classification are responsible for performing tasks in a wide variety of facility/equipment maintenance and repair occupational areas including HVAC, carpentry, electrical and plumbing trades. Employees are expected to function effectively and cooperatively as a member of a crew or independently as assigned. Assignments may be written or oral and employees are expected to complete all assignments without direct supervision. Work requires the safe and efficient operation of hand and power equipment to avoid injuries to the employee, other employees, the public and damage to equipment, facilities or structures. Duties require dealing with the public, tenants, and coworkers in a pleasant and courteous manner. Work is performed both indoors and outdoors in a variety of weather conditions depending on the assignment

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Primary Focus

•Completes maintenance of vacated units such as cleaning fixtures, repairing sheetrock, painting, re-keying locks and repair woodwork, cabinets, or doors;

•Performs basic carpentry tasks that require both rough carpentry and finish work, such as repairing sheetrock, building walls, installing shelves and cabinets, hanging doors and installing counters;

•Performs basic electrical tasks such as installing or replacing outlets, light ballasts, light fixtures, and electrical switches;

•Performs basic plumbing work such as clearing drains, replacing faucets and valves, installing sinks, repairing leaks;

•Performs basic HVAC maintenance and repair functions such as programming thermostats, lubing motors, replacing belts and filters;

•Run errands as needed; pick up supplies and deliver materials to worksites;

•Perform detailed routine procedures accurately under pressure with interruptions;

•Performs other duties as assigned.

Secondary Focus

•Provide on call assistance when scheduled.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

•HS diploma or GED. High School diploma or equivalent required.

•One year of demonstrated housing maintenance experience; or a combination of education, experience, and training that indicates the ability to successfully perform the essential functions of the position listed above;

• Must have experience and be able to use the following modern office business equipment: Computer, Telephone; Copier; FAX machine; and other equipment as technology evolves and needs arise;

• Possess a valid Washington State Driver License;

• Possess valid vehicle insurance.

PREFFERED QUALIFICATIONS

• Building maintenance and repair including HVAC, carpentry, plumbing, electrical trades and custodial work as required by the property;

• Materials, methods, procedures and techniques commonly used in the operation of equipment or maintenance and repair tasks related to the division assigned;

• Hazards and required safety precaution trainings of the work.

Special Qualifications

• Ability to pass WSP criminal background check for positions where the employee will or may have unsupervised access to children, developmentally delayed persons or vulnerable adults.

• Possession of, or the ability to obtain and maintain throughout employment, a valid Washington State driver’s license with fully insurable driving record and auto insurance.

ABILITY TO:

• Learn and master the activities included in the property site maintenance program;

• Operate effectively and cooperatively as a member of a crew or independently;

• Operate and maintain equipment safely and effectively;

• Demonstrate physical strength and agility to perform the work in a safe manner; normal vision, depth perception and hand/eye coordination;

• Establish and maintain positive, effective working relationships with tenants, supervisors, site managers, other personnel, and the public;

• Follow through and complete tasks as assigned;

• Requisition materials; supplies and the use of equipment;

• Uses proper safety precautions, anticipates unsafe circumstances, and acts accordingly to prevent accidents. Responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment;

• Displays initiative to resolve problems and capitalize on opportunities;

• Promotes cost-effective use of the organization’s resources;

• Communicates effectively both orally and in writing;

• Establishes and maintains cooperative and effective working relationships with those contacted in the performance of work;

• Maintains regular, reliable, and punctual attendance;

• Performs other duties as assigned.

If this sounds like the position for you, apply today and interview tomorrow!

Temp Administrative Associate, $22.51/hr.

A great local company is looking to bring on a full-time, temporary Administrative Associate. The hours are Monday through Friday and the pay is $22.51 per hour.

CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Assists an administrator by coordinating parts of a process, project, program or activity ensuring a smooth flow of services and operations (e.g., operator recruitments, injury reports, accident claims), which may include reviewing, processing and maintaining documents/records, tracking (e.g., complaints, injured workers’ time loss, closed claims, safety suggestions), scheduling (e.g., training uniform fittings), distribution of documents and/or information; provides appropriate follow-up.

Collects data and information from a variety of sources; summarizes and/or analyzes information, creates databases and spreadsheets; prepares or assists in the preparation of technical documents requiring the application of related laws, rules, policies and regulations; creates, revises, updates and maintains electronic and hard copy filing systems and databases; tracks data and deadlines for future action (e.g., employee training, license renewal).

Summarizes and inputs data and information into computer; verifies accuracy of data; creates reports, forms, charts, graphs and spreadsheets; distributes to appropriate individuals.

Updates and maintains databases, such as runcards, left/rights, operator route directions and electronic bus sign names; maintains hard copy files.

Assigns operators to vehicles and routes in APC program.

Prepares final documents from drafts such as correspondence, notices, memos, reports, agendas and minutes; schedules meetings and training; distributes mail; duplicates materials, assembles packets, distributes materials; performs general clerical duties; attends meetings, takes and transcribes minutes; serves on assigned committees; participates in special projects.

Responds to and documents inquiries and complaints; answers telephones, takes messages and provides information regarding assigned programs and operations.

Maintains confidentiality of records as it pertains to conducting business in the Operations Department. Includes personal information and Human Resources information.

Provides CDL and physical reminders; provides Bangor badge reminders.

Completes other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

High school graduation and two (3) years of office support experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS:

Knowledge of:

  • Records maintenance, document processing, basic financial record keeping
  • Standard office practices and procedures
  • Kitsap County geography
  • Basic math

Skill in:

  • Completing assignments following specified guidelines or general instructions and meeting deadlines
  • Creating and maintaining files and records
  • Preparing clear and concise correspondence, reports, spread sheets and documents
  • Understanding and explaining programs, regulations, procedures and guidelines
  • Communicating effectively orally and in writing
  • Using personal computers and office software including data bases and spread sheets in a Windows-based operating environment
  • Working effectively with minimal supervision
  • Using public relations techniques in responding to inquiries and complaints

If this sounds like the job for you, apply today and interview tomorrow!