February 3, 2019 | Roadhouse Inn Hiring

THE ROADHOUSE AND INN Fall City, WA. We are hiring Dishwashers, Servers and Line Cooks. This is a fast paced, high volume establishment. We
are looking for experienced and dedicated employees who want to help us continue to grow and provide exceptional service to our customers.
Please send resume to: John Manning or visit:


January 30, 2018 |  Office Manager
Edge Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation is an orthopedic physical therapy private practice that has an immediate opening for a Front Office Coordinator. Open to both part time and full time candidates (minimum 20 hours/week). 
Benefits include:
-Hourly pay ($12-$15/hr, depending on experience)
-Paid time off benefits 
-Growth potential and feeling heard as an integral team member in a small business setting
-The ability to work alongside some of the coolest coworkers out there
What are we looking for?
-A highly-skilled and self-motivated front office worker
-Someone who wants to play a key role in our business as well as in patient’s lives, by performing various administrative and clerical tasks for our clinic. 
-Ability to balance a variety of activities in the office (including checking patients in, answering the phone, collecting money, working with insurance companies, organizing documents, and more)
-Reliability and a strong work ethic combined with great communication skills 
To learn more about Edge and why this may be the place you want to land, please visit us!
January 25, 2019 | Global Garage Flooring & Design PNW is hiring!

Our growing service company is in search of Concrete Coating Floor Installation Technicians that are ready to start and train immediately.
Job Requirements: 
Training provided, no experience required
Strong work ethic, we work hard and play hard

Current Driver’s License
Long term commitment expected
Paint or Contractor experience is a plus
Customer service experience is appreciated
$20-$25/hr DOE with opportunity for growth
No phone calls please.

Please email resumes to Lance Jensen at


January 25, 2019 | Outreach Coordinator 

Encompass is a private non-profit serving the Snoqualmie Valley and Issaquah communities for over 50 years. Our mission is to partner with families to build healthy foundations for children. We believe what happens early in life matters. We offer high quality, leading edge early
childhood educational and therapeutic services to all children in our communities.

DESCRIPTION: The Outreach Coordinator is responsible for community outreach and developing strong community partnerships for Encompass programs. The position will participate in sustaining and/or developing and implementing program marketing and outreach plans.

• Represent Encompass programs by maintaining a high degree of presence in the community through participation in resource fairs, community events, Chamber and other local networking groups to develop partnerships and maximize visibility.
• Provide tours of the organization with prospective organizations, business and community members to create relationships and increase visibility.
• Work closely with staff from Pediatric Therapy, Family Enrichment and Early Learning to respond to their outreach needs.
• Manage all social media channels and content.
• Engage target audiences through email marketing.
• Write content for newsletters and press releases.
• Update and maintain marketing materials, including program flyers, signage and promotional materials.

HOURS: 20 hours per week
SALARY: $16.36 – 22.90 per hour, DOE
LOCATION: Encompass Early Learning Center, 1407 Boalch Ave. NW, North Bend, WA 98045

• Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communications or related field preferred OR Associates Degree in same or related field with 2 years proven, relevant experience.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills, including public speaking skills

• Intermediate computer skills
• Ability to work as a member of a team


Able to stand for long periods of time (in excess of 8 hours) and lift up to 50 lbs.

• Available to attend meetings, functions, and events after normal business hours, including weekends.

Send resume/application to: Encompass, attn. Kristin Webb, Director of Administration, 1407 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend WA 98045 or email to: No phone calls, please.


January 14, 2019 | Part-time Customer Service Specialist – Downtown Snoqualmie

Acceptiva, a Snoqualmie company, is seeking a motivated individual to join our customer team to assist with supporting existing client’s online e-commerce services. If you have excellent computer skills and enjoy creative and challenging computer-based work – this is a great opportunity for you! Acceptiva is a provider of secure online forms and payment processing services for nonprofit organizations.

Duties include:

  • Creating and editing secure web forms using proprietary software – training provided
  • Increasing responsibilities include answering phone calls and resolving client issues, editing accounts and discussing optional services offered


  • Proficiency in Microsoft office products, internet and computer terms/usage
  • Clear, concise telephone speaking voice
  • Experience and success working in a support/office admin role
  • Software application support experience a plus
  • Snoqualmie Valley resident preferred (great commute)
  • Nonsmokers only need apply

Mon – Friday 7:00 AM – 1:00 PM – 25-28 hours/week. Part time position, possibly evolving to full time at a later date.

Hourly. Safe, comfortable, downtown Snoqualmie work environment. 

If you are a motivated, intelligent customer service/admin specialist who excels with technology – don’t pass up this great opportunity – APPLY NOW!

Send resume and cover letter to   No phone calls please.                                                                                                                     


January 13, 2019 | FT Recreation Specialist – Community Center

Are you passionate about community recreation? Are you detail oriented and enjoy working with people? Si View Metro Parks is hiring for a Recreation Specialist to support programs and events at Si View Community Center. The primary responsibilities include providing excellent customer service, coordinating programs and events, administrative tasks associated with activity registration and rental processes. Si View Metro Parks offers an extensive array of recreation programs for residents of all ages and abilities in Snoqualmie Valley. With a historic Community Center, indoor pool, a number of parks for active and passive recreation, Si View is the only such regional recreational facility serving as the social, cultural and educational hub in the community. For full job description and application, please visit                                                        ______________________________________________________________________________

December 26, 2018 | FT Distribution Agents, Nintendo North Bend

Apply here: JB-11140


  • Performs line functions in assigned area(s)
  • Follows established guidelines regarding safety and task completion, including meeting quality, efficiency, and accuracy standards
  • Processes, prepares, and verifies inbound and outbound freight
  • Prepares, picks, and verifies orders as directed by automated picking system
  • Supports 5S and LEAN concepts
  • Conducts daily cycle counts and investigates inventory discrepancies
  • Records/maintains lot and product serial numbers
  • Verifies and pulls materials from storage locations to support scheduled internal and subcontractor production, tracks inventory and product transfers
  • Operates and maintains automated equipment and handles errors
  • May utilize mobile powered equipment  
  • Follows Safety guidelines. maintains company policies and operating procedures
  • Regular, timely, and predictable attendance


  • Six months to one year professional experience or equivalent required
  • Packaging or warehouse experience preferred
  • Strong basic math skills
  • Basic PC skills (higher advancement levels may require increased PC skills)
  • May require DMV clearance prior to operating certain equipment 
  • Ability to read and write English, complete basic forms, logs, and other company documents
December 24, 2018 | Snoqualmie Ridge Bartell Drugs: PT and FT Cashiers

Primary Objective: Provides exceptional customer service, performs all cash register functions and bags products, while always displaying a positive, helpful and enthusiastic attitude. Follows Bartell merchandising guidelines to assist with maintaining the store. This is a full-time position (retail schedule) including full benefits (medical/dental/vision, 401k, employee discount and more!)

Reports to: Store Manager

Major Responsibilities and Duties Which May Be Considered Essential:
Provide exceptional customer service:
Smile and greet each customer.
Give every customer immediate attention. Follow through on all customer questions and requests.
Provide very positive, friendly and helpful service to each and every customer.
Walk customer to the product and always ask if there is anything else you can help them find.
Follow the “Eight Foot Rule” by acknowledging all customers within 8 feet of you.
Answer telephone calls and page quickly with excellent phone etiquette.
Provide sincere “thank you” to each customer and invite them back to the store.

Follow proper check stand procedures, including but not limited to:
Removes customer’s items from shopping carts and baskets and places them onto countertop.
Scan merchandise into cash register to ensure inventory accuracy.
Follow proper procedures for sales of tobacco and alcoholic beverages.
Appropriately bag all customers’ items purchased and provide carry out when directed.
Follow established procedures when reporting errors in retail pricing and signage.

Other duties may include:
Keep register area clean, dusted, well stocked, and faced.
Clean, stock, dust and face products on store shelves as directed.
Maintain designated area(s) in the store.
Identify and locate all merchandise in the store when required.
Provide product and service information as appropriate.
Determine inventory needs and order appropriately as directed by the manager.
Assist in properly stocking and merchandising products by unloading delivery totes and pallets.
Builds displays and rearrange shelf configurations as needed in accordance with merchandising guidelines.
Perform receiving, POS, cosmetics and greeting card department duties as needed.
Assist with the operation of the camera department, as needed.
Regular attendance and punctuality is required.
Available for flexible scheduling to meet the needs of the store.
Communicate and interact positively with store management and team members.
Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications and Skills Required:
High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
Six months of prior retail experience preferred.
18 years of age or older preferred.
Must demonstrate courteous and professional interpersonal communication skills towards customers, supervisors and fellow employee associates.
Must be able to quickly and accurately perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percentages, and dollars.
Must be able to read, write, speak, and comprehend conversational English.
Must be able to work independently with minimal direction.
Strong work ethic and integrity.
Ability to follow instructions and procedures
Ability to sell proactively

Physical Requirements (this is not a complete list of physical demand/conditions that may be required to perform job responsibilities, but should be used as an example of the minimum required):
On occasion must be able to lift merchandise weighing up to 20-40 lbs from floor to chest.
Must be able to bend or stoop below waist level on occasion to stock lower shelves.
Must be able to push/pull up to 25 lbs. or more of force on occasion.
Must be able to use fine finger manipulation to handle cash register duties.
Occasional repetitive arm movement to stock shelves

 Stop by the store or email your resume to


December 7, 2018 |  Executive Director Snoqualmie Valley Food Band

The Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank is posting a position for a full time/exempt Executive Director to start January, 2019. This position oversees all operations and volunteers and is responsible for securing the resources of food, time, money and advocacy from food
industry partners, businesses, community organizations and individual donors. The Executive Director is also responsible for planning, implementing and directing all aspects of fundraising activities. This includes, but is not limited to, corporate gifts, foundation gifts, major gifts, planned giving campaigns, donor cultivation and grant writing.

An ideal candidate will have excellent client service skills, strong verbal and written communication skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office, the ability to work independently and a passion for helping people and serving the community. The Executive Director must work well in high demand situations and have the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse population.

For a complete job description and application, visit

Application deadline: January 4, 2019.

An extensive interview process and complete background check will be required. Applications with attached resumes can be submitted to:
Cindy Altheide, SVFB board member at or mailed to:

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank
Attn: Cindy Altheide
P. O. Box 1541
North Bend, WA 98045.


December 7, 2018 | Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant, under direction of the Clinic Operations Supervisor, provides administrative support to Encompass staff at the Pediatric Therapy Clinic location, including reception, office administration and light accounting duties.

• Greet clients, answer phones and collect co-pays/payments
• Enforce safety procedures with staff /visitors/volunteers.
• Oversee basic cleanliness and organization of the clinic spaces
• Schedule appointments, maintain room use calendars
• Maintain client files
• Stay current on program information, classes, special events and maintain front office brochures
• Support Clinic Operations Supervisor with front office administration and basic facility management
• Support Encompass staff as needed

HOURS: 10 hours per week
SCHEDULE: Tuesday and Thursday 3-6pm; Friday 1-5pm
SALARY: $15.03 – 20.15 per hour, DOE
LOCATION: Encompass Pediatric Therapy Clinic, 209 Main Ave S, North Bend WA 98045

• AA Degree, or equivalent experience
• Two years of administrative office experience

• Strong interpersonal skills, with ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing
• Strong organizational skills
• Proficient in Microsoft Office programs
• Ability to maintain confidentiality
• Ability to work independently, take initiative and exercise appropriate discretion and judgment
• Valid driver’s license, insurance and vehicle
• Bilingual English/Spanish
General office environment, light lifting (up to 20 pounds) and bending may be required. May be exposed to cleaning products.

Send resume/application to: Encompass, attn. Kristin Webb, Director of Administration, 1407 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend WA 98045 or email to: No phone calls, please.

December 7, 2018 | Lead Teacher

The Lead Teacher provides children with a learning environment and varied experiences which will help them develop in all areas in a manner appropriate to their age and stage of development, and works in collaboration with the early learning team to enhance the parent’s role as the principal influence on the child’s education and development.

• Planning: Plans and develops a daily schedule of classroom routines and activities; prepares and implements lesson plans in accordance with the ECEAP program performance standards and program service plans; provides an integrated, comprehensive curriculum and multicultural environment, which meets the needs of every child, including those with disabilities.
• Record Keeping: Completes written observations of individual children throughout the year; develops a learning plan for each child within 90 days of school entry; maintains complete confidential records on each child.
• Professional Development: Gains knowledge and skills by participating in in-service trainings, staff meetings, and other training opportunities throughout the year.
In Class:
• Educating: Implements lesson plans in accordance with the ECEAP program performance standards and program service plans; provides an integrated, comprehensive curriculum and multicultural environment, which meets the needs of every child, including those with disabilities.
• Guidance: Interacts positively with all children to support their individual learning and meets their emotional needs.
• Family-Style Meal Service: Assists with serving of snacks and meals; participates in and facilitates mealtime service and conversation.

Screenings: Administers standardized screening tools on every child within 90 days of school entry; re-screens and refers as necessary.

• Health Supervision: Teaches and oversees health habits in the classroom, i.e. hand washing, tooth brushing, etc.; administers first aid as needed. Checks indoor and outdoor environment for safety hazards. Works in collaboration with Mental Health Professional as needed.
• Supervision: Supervises and trains teaching assistants and volunteers; assists with training of family/community volunteers to assist in the classroom.

• Educational Planning Meetings: Conducts three hours of educational planning meetings annually with each ECEAP child’s family. Meets with non-ECEAP families twice each school year to involve the parents in the educational planning.
• Communication/Family Support: Communicates regularly and respectfully with families and involves them in the educational program; encourages and supports families in working toward goals they have set for themselves.
• Family Events: Collaborates with preschool team in planning and facilitating family events/meetings.
• Interdisciplinary Staffings: Participates in interdisciplinary planning for children and families’ including staffings, multidisciplinary teams, individual education plans and other cross-component coordination efforts.
• Transitions: Works with families and preschool team to ensure smooth transitions to before-and after-school care and between Encompass and Kindergarten.
• Performs other duties as assigned

HOURS/SCHEDULE: 40 hours per week, 43 weeks per year
SALARY: $16.10 – 21.58 per hour, DOE
LOCATION: Encompass Carnation Preschool, 4950 Tolt Avenue, Carnation, WA 98014
• Bachelor’s degree in the field of early childhood education or child development and one year of successful work experience with adults/parents and young children OR Associates degree in the same and two years successful work experience in a preschool,
child care or kindergarten setting OR Valid Washington State Elementary Teaching Certificate with an endorsement in Early Childhood Education or Special Education with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education.
• Knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices for preschool children.
• Ability to communicate effectively and relate positively to students, parents, staff and volunteers in a diverse environment.
• Ability to adjust to varied situations, demands and new instructional concepts.

• Ability to perform basic clerical tasks such as record keeping, filing, typing, copying, etc.
• Ability to attend occasional evening meetings and to occasionally visit parents in their homes.
• Ability to supervise students on regularly scheduled field trips.

Required within 90 days of hire:
• First aid and CPR card
• Food and Beverage Handler’s Permit
• TB screening
• The physical requirements indicated below are examples of the physical aspects that this position classification must perform in carrying out essential job functions.
• Persons performing service in this position classification will exert 10 to 20 pounds of force frequently to lift, carry push, pull, or otherwise move objects.
• This type of work involves sitting, walking or standing, and may involve some running.
• Perceiving the nature of sound, near and far visual acuity, depth perception, providing oral information, the manual dexterity to operate business related equipment, and handle and work with various materials and objects are important aspects of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job.

Send resume/application to: Encompass, attn. Kristin Webb, Director of Administration, 1407 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend WA 98045 or email to: No phone calls, please.

November 30, 2018 |  Family Services Manager

The Family Services Manager in Early Learning provides overall coordination, supervision, and management of ECEAP (Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program) Family Support, Toddler Playgroups, Parent’s Night Out, and other activities to support and engage families while in the Early Learning Program at Encompass.

• Lead planning, implementation, and evaluation of program activities (including family support activities, parent participation, family events, toddler playgroups, Parent’s Night Out, etc.)
• Collaborate with community organizations and participate on collaborative networks
• Ensure ECEAP families receive family support services that eliminate barriers and enable families and children to participate fully.
• Provide supervision, coaching, and support to staff as they carry out individual responsibilities
• Ensure regular communication with parents and families through a variety of methods (in-person and written)
• Keep up to date and clear policies to allow families to be informed and equipped to enter and participate in programs.
• Coordinate contracted services with the Puget Sound Education Service District (PSESD), King County and other contracts

Hours/Schedule: 40 hours/week, 48 weeks per year (month of July off)
Salary: $19.92 – $27.88/hour, DOE
Location: Encompass Early Learning Center 1407 Boalch Ave, North Bend WA 98045; Carnation Preschool 4950 Tolt Ave, Carnation 98014

• Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Early Childhood Education, or related field with 2 years demonstrated, successful experience working with at risk, low-income families.
• Supervisory experience
• Acknowledge value and operate according to the family support principles.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Basic computer skills

• Knowledge of community resources for families and appropriate referral procedures
• Ability to work effectively with diverse populations and people with limited income
• Ability to organize own work and to work independently
• Reliable transportation and Washington state driver’s license.
• Ability to work as a member of a team

Physical Demands:
The physical requirements indicated below are examples of the physical aspects that this position classification must perform in carrying out essential job functions.
• Persons performing service in this position classification will exert 10 to 20 pounds of force frequently to lift, carry push, pull, or otherwise move objects.
• This type of work involves sitting, walking or standing, and may involve some running.
• Perceiving the nature of sound, near and far visual acuity, depth perception, providing oral information, the manual dexterity to operate business related equipment, and handle and work with various materials and objects are important aspects of this job.
• Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job.

Send resume/application to: Encompass, attn. Kristin Webb, Director of Administration, 1407 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend WA 98045 or email to: No phone calls, please.


November 15, 2018 | Front Desk Coordination/Office Assistant/Receptionist
Zetec is seeking a part-time Front Desk Coordination/Office Assistant/Receptionist to join our team. The ideal candidate will have the ability to assist with office/administrative duties Monday through Friday for three (3) hours per day (between the hours of 7am-4pm) in Snoqualmie, WA.
What You’ll Do:
• Welcome internal and external customers through main entrance and issues badges to visitors according to Zetec security policy.
• Prepare conference rooms by posting calendars, replacing/refilling supplies.
• Place metered postage on outgoing company mail.
• Using PowerPoint and Excel, prepare communication slides for lobby and lunchroom.
• Put away office supplies that have been received and note any supplies that need to be ordered.
• Tidy the lunchroom including filling and running the dishwasher.
• Post communications to bulletin boards (including calendars, fliers, company events, etc.).
• Escalate facility and IT issues to the appropriate contact, in a timely fashion.
• Account for visitors during potential evacuations; corresponding using walkie-talkies.
• Support with other administrative tasks, as assigned.
• Candidates pursuing high school and/or college education encouraged to apply.
Qualifications/Knowledge & Skills
• Basic knowledge of computer operations.
• Ability to accurately type/use keyboard.
• Ability to professionally answer phones and use a computer to accurately transfer calls.
• Experience with Microsoft Office, including PowerPoint, Outlook, and Publisher (preferred).
• Experience using Skype (preferred).
• General positive and professional disposition.
• Excellent time management skills with the ability to multi-task and manage priorities.
• Strong written and oral communication skills with a personable demeanor.
Apply online:
November 14, 2018 |  Part-time Building Supervisor II

Do you enjoy meeting new people and providing excellent customer service? Our building supervisors serve as facility hosts ensuring that facility users have a great experience whether dropping in for a program or a rental. They respond to phone inquiries, process registrations and sales, and greet on site guests at number of local Si View managed facilities. Hours for these P/T positions are typically on weeknights and during weekends, allowing for a flexible schedule. Inquire today! For full position description and application, visit


November 14, 2018 | Part-time Recreation Leader – Youth Programs

We are hiring responsible, fun-loving individuals who love working with kids for our growing youth programs! Si View Before & After School Programs offer a safe and enriching setting for all Snoqualmie Valley School District K-5 students. Recreation leaders assist in supervising age appropriate activities, including small and large group games, sports, arts & crafts, and homework help. We operate sites at Si View Community Center, Fall City Elementary School and North Bend Elementary School. The hours and days are flexible from early mornings to late afternoons, and you get to work with an amazing team! For full position description and application, visit


November 13, 2018 | Kids Fitness Class with James Sprague

Hi folks! My name is James Sprague and I’m 16 years old, I’ve been involved with the sport of Crossfit for about 3 years now and have the title of being the 4th fittest Teenager in the world in 2017. I have been a personal trainer for people of all ages and absolutely love helping any individuals meet their goals and watching them become the best versions of themselves. So with that, I have brought you parents a way to get your kids off the Xbox and get them involved with others their age in the fitness industry. I have been teaching a class in my garage for kids around my neighborhood for about a year now and I have made massive progressions in their health and lifestyle, and now I would love to help your kids do the same with their lives.


    • My training suits all needs and is focused on things like Body Weight Movements, Agility, Cardio Endurance and Aerobic Capacity.


    • Training is focused on fun and friendly competiton


    • For ages 9-16


    • Runs on Tuesday and Thursday nights. 5:30 class and 6:30 class , each 45 minutes long


    • Rate- $11.00 per kid each session via “Venmo” or Cash


    • Located on Snoqualmie Ridge.


  • 6 kid limit per class (due to attention I’m able to give each athlete)

Contact: 425-247-6598 or  (Referrals upon request)


November 6, 2018 | Heirloom Cookshop is Hiring

Server Position

Heirloom Cookshop is a collaborative HUB for food artisans, food producers, chefs, farmers, fishermen, artists, and customers who love to eat! We just earned BEST NEW BUSINESS 2018 in the Snoqualmie Valley by Macaroni Kid! We are looking for someone who is excited about local and seasonal food and creative delicious menus, has a rock-solid work ethic, and loves putting smiles on the faces of their customers and co-workers! If this sounds like you, keep reading……

We are seeking an experienced, reliable, charismatic server with a passion for excellent customer service. We want someone to join our team who values amazing food and loves to provide a unique and memorable dining experience.  If this sounds like you, then we want to hear from you! Come join our fun-loving team with a great sense of humor!  This is a part-time position with an hourly wage + tips. Please send a resume and references to us at

Available shifts are as follow:

Tuesday – Friday, 9:30am to 3:30pm (hours may vary)

Special events, as needed

Occasional weekends and evenings

Dishwasher Positions

Heirloom Cookshop is a collaborative HUB for food artisans, food producers, chefs, farmers, fishermen, artists, and customers who love to eat! We just earned BEST NEW BUSINESS 2018 in the Snoqualmie Valley by Macaroni Kid! We are looking for someone who is excited about local and seasonal food and creative delicious menus, has a rock-solid work ethic, and loves putting smiles on the faces of their customers and co-workers! If this sounds like you, keep reading……

Dishwasher wanted for small farm-to-table restaurant in downtown Snoqualmie. The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, energetic, self-starting, and a team-player. Shifts are brief and after school hours, perfect for a student.

Available shifts are as follows:

    • Tuesday, 3-5pm


    • Wednesday, 3-5pm


    • Special events, as needed


  • Occasional weekends and evenings

Responsibilities include washing dishes, sweeping, cleaning, restocking, and assisting the Chef. Don’t miss this opportunity to work in a creative environment and be a part of a talented team with a great sense of humor! Pay is $12/hour. To inquire, email

Line Cook/Food Prep Position!

Heirloom Cookshop is hiring! Heirloom Cookshop is a collaborative HUB for food artisans, food producers, chefs, farmers, fishermen, and customers who love to eat! We just earned BEST NEW BUSINESS in the Snoqualmie Valley! We are looking for someone who is excited about local and seasonal food and creative delicious cooking, has a rock-solid work ethic, and loves putting smiles on the faces of their customers and co-workers! If this sounds like you, keep reading…….

We are currently seeking an experienced, driven, self-motivated kitchen hustler who knows how to use a knife and loves a good lunch rush!

Seeking the following skills and traits for a Line Cook/Food Prep

    • Creative and passionate menu collaboration and development


    • Passion for local, seasonal, and ever-changing menus


    • Prepping and cooking sweet and savory items in open-concept kitchen alongside Chef


    • Strong knife skills and understanding of basic cooking techniques


    • Lunch hour line cook lead for executing the daily menu, plating, and ticket running


    • Stocking and managing daily food inventory


    • Dishwashing, clean-up of work and prep area


  • Event set up/cook/lead on occasion

Experience in the food and beverage industry preferred. Being a food geek is an added bonus! 

If this sounds like you, and you love working with an amazing, fun team in a unique space, then we want to talk to you! Email your cover letter and resume and references to This is a part-time hourly position, 25-35 hours per week, with very competitive wages.


October 23, 2018 |  Shop Cleaner/ Warehouse Helper- North Bend

Contour Woodworks is a growing high-end cabinet and furniture shop. We are looking for a part-time shop cleaner/ warehouse helper to join our team.

We are looking for a candidate that would be available a couple times a week preferably in the early afternoon to help with general clean up and miscellaneous tasks.

Must be able to lift 50 lbs and stand for extended periods of time.  Must be at least 16 years old to apply for this position. We are a smoke- free, drug-free company.

Compensation: $15 | Employment Type: Part-time | Contact:


October 9, 2018 | Accounts Receivable Specialist 
  • Position Snapshot:  Performs collection activities by corresponding with customers and within Zetec.  Researches delinquent payments from customers and, as appropriate, initiates action (e.g. provides duplicate or corrected copies of invoices and credit memos to customers, provides account statements to customers, provides proof of delivery, provides copies of freight bills or other supporting documentation, etc.).  Maintains collection notes for documenting communication and solutions agreed to during collection efforts.  Maintains A/R Master file with current customer contacts, emails, phones, and other pertinent information.  Applies revenue recognition in accordance with the latest GAAP revenue recognition rules.  Posts/applies cash on a daily basis. Prepares journal entries and associated reconciliations for specific accounts.

 The Candidate Will Bring to Zetec:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Excellent organization skills and impeccable attention to detail.
  • Effective communication skills, including strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively within a virtual worldwide team.
  • One year of previous accounts receivable experience.  (Two (2) years of accounts receivable experience preferred).
  • Previous invoicing experience (within the last 5 years).
  • Associate’s Degree in Accounting preferred.
  • Experience in various accounting software applications preferred.
  • French speaking is desirable preferred.

HOURS/SCHEDULE: M-F; 40 hours/week plus opportunities for overtime, especially during month and quarter closes (Start time flexible between 6:30am-8:00am)
LOCATION: 8226 Bracken PL SE, Suite #100, Snoqualmie, WA 98065

COMPENSATION:  $20+/hour (varies, depending on experience)

BENEFITS ELIGIBLE: Upon hire (no waiting period for medical, dental, vision, life, 401k, etc.)



October 5, 2018 | Caregiver

Most jobs are about punching a clock, but at ResCare HomeCare, you can work for more than just a paycheck and make a difference while making a living. As a ResCare HomeCare Caregiver, you can be a hero every day and be a part of our compassionate team of people working for a common purpose to make a real difference in people’s lives.

We are looking for people who want to join in our commitment to help others live their best lives. If that’s your passion, apply now to work at ResCare HomeCare as a Caregiver, CNA or Home Health Aide.   PAID TRAINING!

We are one of the nation’s largest health and human services and privately-owned home care companies in the U.S. We work in thousands of communities, helping more than 2 million people a year to stay in their homes, remain independent and live their best life.

We are proud of our employees. And we are proud that we are helping people live their best life – it is what we do every day.

Your responsibilities:

  • Assist patients with activities of daily living including bathing, dressing, grooming and toileting
  • Preparing meals and special diets
  • Performing general housekeeping activities
  • Provide transportation assistance to and from activities
  • Provide compassionate companionship to patients


ResCare offers a number of benefits to full-time employees including, but not limited to: medical, dental, vision, disability, life, and tuition reimbursement. All employees age 21 and older are eligible to participate in the 401(k) retirement savings plan.

ResCare also offers competitive pay based on experience, flexible work schedules, and will work to match you with cases close to your home.

ResCare is an Equal Opportunity Employer. ResCare does not discriminate against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, national origin, religion, disability, age, veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment, or on the basis of gender in its health programs and activities.

3633 136TH PL SE STE 305, BELLEVUE, WA 98006-1451 USA


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September 28, 2018 |  Family Resource Coordinator

As a member of the Birth to Three/Early Intervention team the Family Resources Coordinator (FRC) will provide coordination of services to families of children with developmental delays, act as a source for community resources and maintain necessary paperwork and timelines.

Program Planning/Record Keeping
• Take the lead for each assigned child and family ensuring appropriate program implementation
• Maintain the state data management system and agency medical record system to accessfunding
• Participate in community meetings related to networking for program visibility information on community resources and promotion of Early Intervention services
• Interact with other Encompass programs and staff to support family knowledge and participation in other organization programs
• Document all parent contacts, complete any necessary reports and records to maintain accurate files for program evaluation and monitoring for their caseload
Coordinating Services
• Work with the Early Intervention team as an active participant to coordinate services and offer teaming support to staff
• Advocate for families to assure coordination between Encompass services and other community or organization services
• Maintain knowledge of available community resources and make necessary referrals to meet families’ needs
• Coordinate with medical and health providers as needed
Direct Service
• Serve as first contact for incoming families to the program – complete intake process
• Schedule interpreting services as requested
• Review program information parent rights with the family, providing them with written information
• Refer to evaluation team for evaluations and assessments
• Facilitate the development, review and evaluation of the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). Track service delivery
• Facilitate transition plan to services prior to child’s third birthday to ensure family is connected to relevant services or resources when Early Intervention services end
• Offer support to families through home visits and required monthly contact

HOURS/SCHEDULE: 40 hours/week | SALARY: $17.35 – $24.29/hour, DOE
LOCATION: Encompass Pediatric Therapy Clinic, 209 Main Ave. So., North Bend, WA 98045
• Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood, Human Services or related field
• Successful experience working with parents and children with special needs, preferred
• Understanding of child development and background in developmental disabilities
• Excellent communication skills – written and oral
• Skilled in group facilitation, preferred
• Experience in home visiting, preferred
• Basic computer skills
• Excellent time management and organization skills
• Ability to work as a member of a team
• FRC year 1 basic training (within 90 days of hire)
• FRC year 2 training
• Ongoing FRC training 12 hours per year
• Child/Infant CPR; First Aid; Blood Borne Pathogens
• Valid Washington state driver’s license
• Automobile insurance
• Office/desk work
• Typing
• Ability to drive
Send resume to: Kristin Webb, Director of Administration, Encompass, 1407 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend, WA 98045 or email resume to No phone calls, please.


September 25, 2018 |  Recreation Leader I-III Before & After School Programs

Si View Metro Parks is hiring responsible, fun-loving individuals who love working with kids!

Si View Before & After School Programs offer a safe and enriching setting for all Snoqualmie Valley School District K-5 students. Recreation leaders assist in supervising age appropriate activities, including small and large group games, sports, arts & crafts, and homework help.  We have immediate openings with our before school program at Si View Community Center, and after school programs at Si View Community Center and Fall City Elementary School sites. Hours and days are flexible, and you get to work with an amazing team! Apply today:


September 24, 2018 |  Assistant Facilities Manager

Rowley Properties, a small family owned business that owns, develops and manages their own properties in Issaquah is looking for a dynamic team member that wants to learn and grow with us.  If you are someone who enjoys variety in your day, has strong attention to detail, is a people person, has a sense of urgency, problem solver and loves a good challenge we hope you’ll consider applying for our position.

About the Role:

This position is integral in the day-to-day operations (M-F, 8 to 5 p.m.) and management of our properties and serves as the right hand to the Facilities Manager.  You are the go to person for when tenants and/or customers need immediate assistance, for delegating work orders to the team and the glue for the Facilities techs and subcontractors.  Supports Facilities Team members from the office and on occasion in the field, tracks and helps plan daily- and long-term care and maintenance of properties, monitors budget and inventories, conducts research and is responsible for special projects.  Serves as a liaison between Facilities Manager and team members, property managers, customers, tenants, suppliers, subcontractors for tenant improvements to ensure projects are completed on time and objectives are achieved.  There will be times when work out in the field and working alongside Facilities techs is necessary so basic maintenance and construction knowledge is needed.

About Rowley Properties:
Established in 1954, we are a family-owned and operated real estate company that owns, leases, invests in, develops and manages our own real estate.

At Rowley Properties, Inc. we believe community comes first. We work to build our community and focus on projects that rise above the rest – – intelligently developing and creating sustainable projects that will benefit our friends, neighbors and community for years.  As a real estate development company, we’re not merely trying to build buildings; we are creating a business that responds to changing times and the needs of our community in alignment with our core values and deep sense of responsibility.

Our Facilities Department:

The Facilities Department is responsible for the care, maintenance and improvement of the Company’s physical assets – the core of our business and why our customers choose Rowley Properties.  We own roughly 100 acres in Issaquah with a mix of office space, flex and retail space, hotel and hospitality, residential and storage.  With the care of our buildings, we must also ensure the optimal functioning of buildings, infrastructure and property systems such as mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire/life safety, stormwater, waterproofing, roofing, roads/sidewalks, equipment and elevators.  Our buildings, grounds and facilities must meet and exceed standards, ensuring compliance with environmental, health and safety policies.  To this end, this position helps support and plan for tenant improvements, inspections, repairs, trouble shooting and daily maintenance of buildings, infrastructures and facility equipment.  This is a non-exempt, non-supervisory position.

For more information and to apply, please go to:


September 20, 2018 | Journeyman Commercial Retrofit Installer

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS: for Journeyman Commercial Retrofit Installer. Year-round work with 40-hours per week with overtime.

* Commercial Retrofit Installer with minimum of 2 years’ experience in commercial installation, or if you have worked Residential install for 5 years or more and would like to start working commercial.

Great Opportunity, for a Commercial installer who wants to be part of a professional team. All Star Heating & A/C has been one of Seattle area’s most respected commercial contractor for the past 20 years.

Requested Certifications:
* Good Driving Record.

We have a very high reputation of doing the best work and taking care of our customers.

We are looking for only motivated/driven team players, able to work well with customers and other co-workers.

We are only looking for the best employees.

Are you ready to be in an environment where your hard work pays off, you can advance, and be paid for going a great job? Then come join our team!!

Offering the best wages and the best benefit package, see if where you are working at now has as many benefits, If not ASK for them!!

The Best Benefits you will find:
*Two weeks paid vacation after 1 full year of employment.
*Three weeks paid vacation after 4 full years of employment.
*Four weeks paid vacation after 7 full years of employment.
*Five paid sick days per year.
*Seven paid Holidays per year.
*Tool cost compensation program (20% paid back on the cost of your tools).
*100% paid Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance.
*401K with 3% matching by the company.
*Profit Sharing.
*Wages from $30.00 – $50.00 per hour D.O.E. plus incentives.

Please email resume to


September 18, 2018 | Nike Store SeasonalAthlete


Work Hard. Play Hard.

You’re a natural leader and motivator and always up for a challenge. Nike is looking for the next SeasonalAthlete to join our team.

Are you ready?

As our Nike Store Athlete (Store Associate) your mission will be to deliver a premium consumer experience by demonstrating the expertise to navigate through individual needs and providing a complete solution through Nike products and services to give consumers what they need to connect, train, and compete with the knowledge to achieve their goals.


  • Utilize customer service skills, basic sales techniques, and product knowledge to connect customers with the right product and drive sales
  • Build the bond between consumer and brand by providing superior service and adapting brand stories to the retail setting
  • Maintain knowledge of various store departments and be available to operate cash register for regular transactions, perform shipping and receiving duties, stock the floor, perform cleaning duties, and build visual displays when necessary
  • Serve as a product knowledge resource for consumers and entry level associates.  Seek educational opportunities to develop advanced level or specialized knowledge about selling, Nike products and culture, sales and service techniques
  • Assist Leads, Senior Associates, and Managers in training entry level associates
  • Assist with loss prevention efforts by providing proactive customer service


  • Must have or be pursuing a High School diploma or GED
  • Able to perform basic math functions, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
  • Able to effectively communicate in verbal and written English
  • Physical requirements include the ability to twist, bend, squat, reach, climb a ladder and stand for extended periods of time
  • Able to accomplish multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
  • Able to work effectively with others in a team-oriented environment and provide excellent customer service
  • One or more years of customer service and/or retail experience preferred

To ensure that we continue to hire competent, ethical and trustworthy individuals, all candidates must successfully complete a thorough background investigation prior to receiving any final offer of employment from Nike.

Of course, our commitments don’t stop with our customers. If you’re up to the challenge of Nike Retail we’ll make it worth your while. You’ll be working in a great team environment, with access to the latest and greatest Nike products and apparel. Not to mention, a compensation and benefits package that’s among the best around. Join us and see what it means to become part of the Nike Retail experience.

NIKE, Inc. is a growth company that looks for team members to grow with it. Nike offers a generous total rewards package, casual work environment, a diverse and inclusive culture, and an electric atmosphere for professional development. No matter the location, or the role, every Nike employee shares one galvanizing mission: To bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete* in the world.

NIKE, Inc. is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or disability.

Apply here: