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Updated Job Postings From Worksource Spokane

Job Title: FINANCIAL SERVICES SPECIALIST

Order Number: WA2129689      

<b> American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funded position</b>   

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JOB DESCRIPTION:

*** Employer requests cover letter, resume accurately reflecting requirements and completion of company job application ***

SNAP is seeking a qualified individual for a Financial Services Specialist, to work in SNAP`s Financial Access department.

Interested applicants should submit a completed SNAP application, cover letter and resume to Spokane Neighborhood Action Program (SNAP)Human Resources Department 3102 W. Ft George Wright Ave., Spokane, WA 99224. All applications must be at SNAP Human Resources office by 4pm December 21, 2010 in order to be considered. Applications are available at 3102 W. Ft George Wright, Spokane, WA. 99224 or online. Duties: Prepares loan documents, conducts proper loan closing procedures, assures proper filing of loan documentation, payment procedures and security instruments, data entry, and communication with accounting staff and partner lenders. Conducts collection calls, letters and visits, in accordance with collections law and established loan policies, to maximize loan repayments. Manages ongoing monitoring of collateral and re-conveyance of vehicle titles, deeds of trust and UCC`s. Manages the Vehicle Emissions Repair Program (VERP) client intake process, payments, meeting with clients to collect confidential personal information.  More details on line

<b>SALARY/WAGE/BENEFITS:</b>

Starting salary for this position is $13.64 per hour.

 HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Position is full time primarily working Monday through Friday

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Job Title: CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROFESSIONAL - F/T

Order Number: WA2129354

JOB DESCRIPTION:</b>

***Employer requests resume accurately reflecting requirements, cover letter and completion of employer application to apply *** A Spokane Valley treatment center seeking full time Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) to provide individual and group  treatment counseling. Therapeutic advice and counsel to other members of the treatment team, coordinate and facilitate treatment interventions and work with therapeutic and other resources in the community on behalf of residents and families for after care. Participate with other treatment team members in developing, coordinating and facilitating community based support systems and services for residents and their families.

SALARY/WAGE/BENEFITS:</b>

$36,088/Year depending on experience, benefits details to be discussed at interview. Benefits discussed at time of hire.

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Position is full time primarily working Monday through Friday between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Must be able to work various days and hours including weekends.

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 Job Title: CUSTODIAL CREW SUPERVISOR GSA

Order Number: WA2128789

 JOB DESCRIPTION:</b>

***Employer requests resume and completion of employer application accurately reflecting job requirements to apply***

Local employer working with people with disabilities is seeking a part time Custodial Crew Supervisor GSA. Responsible for performing custodial duties as well as training and supervising employees on custodial procedures. Responsible for completion and timely submittal of required documentation. 

SALARY/WAGE/BENEFITS:</b>

$12.75/ HR plus benefits.

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Monday through Friday. 1:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

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