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JOB ALERT: Updated Job Postings From Worksource Spokane

WorkSource Spokane

130 S. Arthur Spokane, WA 99202

Contact Number (509) 532-3186

 

TO: Q6 NEWS / Cable 5      September 13, 2010

 Job Title: HEALTH SCIENCES COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR

Order Number: WA2100162

*Employer requests electronic resume and examples of writing, other creative work and knowledge of health arena to email directly to the employer*

Health Sciences Communications Coordinator. Are you a great communicator, creative and organized? Be part of helping communicate an exciting project for Spokane, Eastern Washington and the State. Building Americas next great academic health center as part of the communications/public affairs team. Duties include; strategy, project coordination, research, writing, online communications and evaluation. Required qualifications; Four-year degree in communications, public relations, journalism, marketing, liberal arts or social sciences, public policy, health education, health profession or a related field; proven ability to use MS Office Suite; ability to do research using the Internet and personal interviews. Preferred: Proven ability to conceptualize effective communication with diverse audiences through a multitude of channels with measurable results; experience working in or with healthcare organization, agency or provider, research-oriented institution or organization; experience writing Web content and/or marketing materials; experience with Search Engine Optimization and/or social media; graduate or professional degree.

SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:

Pay range $17.00 to -$20.00 per hour depending on experience.

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

12-month contract position; full-time; hours flexible.

 

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Job Title: LOW VOLTAGE INSTALLER / TRAINEE

Order Number: WA2099787

*Employer requests resume and cover letter accurately reflecting requirements to apply*

Spokane Valley employer specializing in providing Integrated Security Solutions has an opening for a part time Low Voltage Installer / Trainee. Will be responsible for prepping installation sites by pre-cabling camera and door locations with specified cables. Installation sites might require a State and Federal background check for clearances on FAFB. Employer is a licensed service provider for the gaming industry. A WSGC license must be obtained prior to working any of these areas. Candidate must be able to take direction and demonstrate neatness in their work, meet all code and licensing requirements. The right candidate will be a team player and customer focused. Will receive ongoing field training on the installation of the technologies provided, with the opportunity to grow into the industry. Experience with the aptitude could lead to full time employment for the right candidate.

SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:

$10.00 to $19.00 per hour depending on experience. Benefits conditional to 90 days full time employment.

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Part time, 20 to 40 hours per week. Days and hours will vary, Monday through Saturday.

 

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Job Title: RECEPTIONIST

Order Number: WA2100277

 <b>JOB DESCRIPTION:</b>

*Employer requests electronic resume accurately reflecting job requirements to email directly to the employer*

A North side employer that is involved in the design, engineering, and installation of life safety systems has an immediate opening for a part time Receptionist. Seeking a friendly, well-spoken and computer literate individual able to juggle multiple tasks simultaneously. Job includes; answering phones, taking messages, filing and maintaining records, collect, sort and distribute mail, make copies, type letters and other clerical duties as assigned.  

SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:

$10.00 per hour. 

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

30 hours per week, Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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