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Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional-Black Community Focused

Title:  Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional – Black Community Focused

Status: Full Time (Salary)

This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

Job Title:  Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional                                                                                                                

Reports to:  Director of Strategic Partnership                                                                                                    

Office Location: Renton, WA

Worksite Designation:   Hybrid

Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA. Approximately 60% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis

Organizational Overview:

The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

Position Overview:

The Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional will support the success expansion the Training Fund (TF), Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) programs across Washington State.  These programs include multiple healthcare occupation apprenticeship programs, apprenticeship preparatory programs, Introduction to Healthcare Employment & Apprenticeship Programs (IHAP), Nursing Assistant-Certified (NA-C), Medical Assistant, Behavioral Health, Advanced Certification of Environmental Services Technicians (ACET) and other healthcare education and career pathway programing.

The position will support the implementation of the comprehensive strategy for the promotion and expansion of the program for the State of WA and will engage with employer partners, labor, government and state agencies and community-based organizations. In addition to assisting the Director of Strategic Partnerships in furthering partner’s understanding of program required activities and successes, they will work with partners to complete the necessary documents and action steps required to participate and succeed in TF programs.  This role will work with various members of the Training Fund team and external stakeholders. This position plays a critical role in the TF’s labor management partnership and must be able to work well with labor and management.   Candidates will be evaluated on the full range of their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience, and direct and transferable skills.

The Project Manager must work closely with external partners and facilitate their progression to completing and being ready to implement TF’s education programs.  It requires being able to hold the big picture while operating at a detailed level for tracking and documentation purposes.  They will coordinate with other TF departments to provide education programing that meets overall TF goals within the timelines and budgets developed including close coordination with grant development & implementation staff as needed.

Essential Job Functions:

Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

  • Support the Strategic Partnerships and TF teams in identifying and cultivating Washington State hiring partners for the purpose of securing agreements to participate in TF sponsored behavioral health education programs;
  • Maintains an intricate knowledge of Training Fund benefits and programs and manages the preparedness of partners to offer TF education programs through facilitating their completion of required documentation, providing detailed programmatic information and transferring their support to the Education Program team;
  • Role will support network in Black identified communities with connectivity to support assigned
  • Supports community outreach and is a TF ambassador to assist in recruitment, implementation and support for behavioral health apprenticeship delivery in a focused community;
  • Supports community trends and partners with stakeholders to support patterns, applicant and partner identification and other key partnership opportunities;
  • Supports and runs re-occurring check ins, visits sites, engages with Training Agent entities to ensure successful integration with Behavioral Health apprenticeship work with TF stakeholders;
  • Involved in implementation of focused Behavioral Health project work to help impact Behavioral Health workforce initiatives to address strategic goals with the Training Fund and Strategic Partnerships and Program team;
  • Tracks and document event, creates reports, monitors and supports the creation of appropriate dashboards in the salesforce database;
  • Engage with Behavioral Health partners and key stakeholders to ensure effective program delivery that meets their needs;
  • Collaborates with colleagues and contractors to improve the salesforce process for tracking partner engagement;
  • Actively pursues continuous improvement of documentation, processes and procedures to create an evolving system that is as efficient and effective as possible;
  • Engage with strategic partners and key stakeholders to ensure effective program delivery that meets their needs, with a focus on community-specific needs;
  • Assists team members in tracking progress such as attendance, and learning success measurables as a partner;
  • Reviews partner and program needs to support accessibility improvements for specific community needs with a DEI lens;
  • Develop unique strategies to engage communities of focus with employer and participant recruitment efforts;
  • Conducts community meetings and delivers public presentations regularly, in a variety of settings, to recruit employers and participants and to generate awareness of all TF/HCAC programs;
  • Builds and maintains strong partnerships with Community Based organizations and other partners to support ongoing recruitment of diverse community participants into eligible educational programs;
  • Supports the process of employer onboarding for a variety of programs specifically getting all required contracts, MOUs and/or documents completed and signed and ensuring understanding of requirements to deliver sound Behavioral Health programming;
  • Partner with Strategic Partnership colleagues to assist with apprenticeship identification, recruitment and onboarding of apprentices for Behavioral Health programing;
  • Partner with existing contractors to support apprenticeship identification;
  • Support mentor needs as required to ensure apprenticeship delivery is successful through meetings, training, and team meetings;
  • Support employer incentive programs to ensure funding is tracked, received in a timely manner;
  • Conducts regular review of work and work plans to ensure accountability of all activities are accurate and timely along with reporting of deliverables and obligations in collaboration with the Director of Strategic Partnerships;
  • Conducts in-person employer site visits to foster strong connections with employer relations including mentors and apprentices in direct support of assigned programs;
  • Supports and collaborates with vendors to support key initiatives. Manages relationship to ensure key performance targets and goals are achieved according to established timeframes
  • Acts as an organizational representative in all situations, setting a strong example of professionalism, work completion and quality, and commitment to organizational goals and ethics.
  • Provides back-up coverage for other team members, as needed;
  • Establishes, manages, and completes work priorities, in a highly organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling and adhering to quality requirements and deadlines; and
  • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

      Required Skills/Abilities:

      • 5 years of experience in Community Outreach or Business Development role with active network of employers and partners;
      • Demonstrated success in business development and key account management with comfort presenting to Behavioral Health or business professionals about Training Fund Behavioral Health Programs;
      • Experience working with multiple stakeholders including government, education, community-based organizations, labor and private sector;
      • Ability to work with and advance engagement with labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
      • Ability to work with and advance engagement with labor unions, employers, and staff to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
      • Support labor (SEIU Healthcare 11NW Multi-employer Training Fund) and management perspectives in your work at the Training Fund
      • Experience with target performance metrics;
      • Proficient using technology as a management reporting tool;
      • Experience working with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
      • Experience working with a broad range of collaborative partners at multiple and varied skill levels and experiences;
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with exceptional attention to detail;
      • Strong Zoom and Teams remote working skills, and ability to supervise and coordinate staff, working remote;
      • The ability to work with diverse constituencies, maintain diplomacy, and negotiate successfully;
      • Ability to travel as required to partner meetings and support in person events;
      • High proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, databases, and student information systems
      • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.
      • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to, and passion for, working in a mission driven organization;
      • Willingness to learn and established history of learning and advancing own professional skills;
      • Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion workforce access;
      • Flexibility regarding hours; weekend and/or late hours will be required;
      • Ability to travel as needed. Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state with occasional trips to Oregon;
      • Attention to detail and ability to comprehend, retain, and apply specific policy information;
      • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal;
      • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants unique needs;
      • Time management, organizational, and record keeping skills and discipline in personal management, self-motivation, accountability and responsibility;
      • Ability to follow privacy policies (including but not limited to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)) and respect confidential information;
      • Successful completion of background check is required;
      • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle.
      • COVID full vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not being vaccinated.
      • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
      • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
      • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills
      • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability meet deadlines
      • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
      • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation

      Desired Skills and Experience:

      • Experience or understanding of unions and ability to work in a labor/management environment.
      • Experience working with and selling into c-suite leadership in health care settings, or other business and labor settings
      • Experience working with diverse populations; understanding of accelerated learning platforms and/or education or apprenticeship programs
      • Experience and working knowledge of the Behavioral Health system
      • Experience or knowledge of registered apprenticeship as a system
      • Experience working with Salesforce
      • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals; and
      • Bilingual skills preferred.
      • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings
      • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals
      • Bilingual skills preferred

      Required Items:

      • Successful completion of background check is required
      • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
      • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington.
      • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
      • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

      Educational Requirements:

      • 5+ years’ experience
      • Bachelor’s Degree in subject(s) applicable to the work or equivalent lived experience related to job skills and duties.

      Physical Requirements:

      • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
      • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
      • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

      Work Environment:   Hybrid

      This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

      Compensation:

      • Compensation Range: $67,724.80 – $77,525
      • Above average retirement package
      • 1.0 FTE, Exempt position (Grant Funded through June 2025. Position intended to be extended, subject to funding)

      Other Benefits:

      • Generous vacation and sick leave days
      • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
      • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
      • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
      • LinkedIn learning membership
      • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
      • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
      • Two volunteer days

      May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

      • Gym/trainer membership stipend
      • Work-related professional development reimbursement
      • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
      • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

      Please Apply:

      We welcome candidates who:

      • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
      • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
      • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
      • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

      Application Process

      At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

      To apply, click on the link below where you will:

      • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
      • Submit your resume and cover letter
      • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

      APPLY

      Position will remain open until filled.

       

      This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

      The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

      The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

      The Training Fund is a harassmentfree workplace.

      Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional-Hispanic/Latino Community Focused

      Title:  Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional- Hispanic/Latino Community Focused

      Status: Full Time (Salary)

      This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

      Job Title:  Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional                                                                                                                

      Reports to:  Director of Strategic Partnership                                                                                                    

      Office Location: Renton, WA

      Worksite Designation:   Hybrid

      Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA. Approximately 60% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis

      Organizational Overview:

      The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

      Position Overview:

      The Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional will support the success expansion the Training Fund (TF), Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) programs across Washington State.  These programs include multiple healthcare occupation apprenticeship programs, apprenticeship preparatory programs, Introduction to Healthcare Employment & Apprenticeship Programs (IHAP), Nursing Assistant-Certified (NA-C), Medical Assistant, Behavioral Health, Advanced Certification of Environmental Services Technicians (ACET) and other healthcare education and career pathway programing.

      The position will support the implementation of the comprehensive strategy for the promotion and expansion of the program for the State of WA and will engage with employer partners, labor, government and state agencies and community-based organizations. In addition to assisting the Director of Strategic Partnerships in furthering partner’s understanding of program required activities and successes, they will work with partners to complete the necessary documents and action steps required to participate and succeed in TF programs.  This role will work with various members of the Training Fund team and external stakeholders. This position plays a critical role in the TF’s labor management partnership and must be able to work well with labor and management.   Candidates will be evaluated on the full range of their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience, and direct and transferable skills.

      The Project Manager must work closely with external partners and facilitate their progression to completing and being ready to implement TF’s education programs.  It requires being able to hold the big picture while operating at a detailed level for tracking and documentation purposes.  They will coordinate with other TF departments to provide education programing that meets overall TF goals within the timelines and budgets developed including close coordination with grant development & implementation staff as needed.

      Essential Job Functions:

      Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

      • Support the Strategic Partnerships and TF teams in identifying and cultivating Washington State hiring partners for the purpose of securing agreements to participate in TF sponsored behavioral health education programs;
      • Maintains an intricate knowledge of Training Fund benefits and programs and manages the preparedness of partners to offer TF education programs through facilitating their completion of required documentation, providing detailed programmatic information and transferring their support to the Education Program team;
      • Role will support network in Spanish speaking community with connectivity to support assigned
      • Supports community outreach and is a TF ambassador to assist in recruitment, implementation and support for behavioral health apprenticeship delivery in a focused community;
      • Supports community trends and partners with stakeholders to support patterns, applicant and partner identification and other key partnership opportunities;
      • Supports and runs re-occurring check ins, visits sites, engages with Training Agent entities to ensure successful integration with Behavioral Health apprenticeship work with TF stakeholders;
      • Involved in implementation of focused Behavioral Health project work to help impact Behavioral Health workforce initiatives to address strategic goals with the Training Fund and Strategic Partnerships and Program team;
      • Tracks and document event, creates reports, monitors and supports the creation of appropriate dashboards in the salesforce database;
      • Engage with Behavioral Health partners and key stakeholders to ensure effective program delivery that meets their needs;
      • Collaborates with colleagues and contractors to improve the salesforce process for tracking partner engagement;
      • Actively pursues continuous improvement of documentation, processes and procedures to create an evolving system that is as efficient and effective as possible;
      • Engage with strategic partners and key stakeholders to ensure effective program delivery that meets their needs, with a focus on community-specific needs;
      • Assists team members in tracking progress such as attendance, and learning success measurables as a partner;
      • Reviews partner and program needs to support accessibility improvements for specific community needs with a DEI lens;
      • Develop unique strategies to engage communities of focus with employer and participant recruitment efforts;
      • Conducts community meetings and delivers public presentations regularly, in a variety of settings, to recruit employers and participants and to generate awareness of all TF/HCAC programs;
      • Builds and maintains strong partnerships with Community Based organizations and other partners to support ongoing recruitment of diverse community participants into eligible educational programs;
      • Supports the process of employer onboarding for a variety of programs specifically getting all required contracts, MOUs and/or documents completed and signed and ensuring understanding of requirements to deliver sound Behavioral Health programming;
      • Partner with Strategic Partnership colleagues to assist with apprenticeship identification, recruitment and onboarding of apprentices for Behavioral Health programing;
      • Partner with existing contractors to support apprenticeship identification;
      • Support mentor needs as required to ensure apprenticeship delivery is successful through meetings, training, and team meetings;
      • Support employer incentive programs to ensure funding is tracked, received in a timely manner;
      • Conducts regular review of work and work plans to ensure accountability of all activities are accurate and timely along with reporting of deliverables and obligations in collaboration with the Director of Strategic Partnerships;
      • Conducts in-person employer site visits to foster strong connections with employer relations including mentors and apprentices in direct support of assigned programs;
      • Supports and collaborates with vendors to support key initiatives. Manages relationship to ensure key performance targets and goals are achieved according to established timeframes
      • Acts as an organizational representative in all situations, setting a strong example of professionalism, work completion and quality, and commitment to organizational goals and ethics;
      • Provides back-up coverage for other team members, as needed;
      • Establishes, manages, and completes work priorities, in a highly organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling and adhering to quality requirements and deadlines; and
      • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

          Required Skills/Abilities:

          • ·       5 years of experience in Community Outreach or Business Development role with active network of employers and partners;
          • Demonstrated success in business development and key account management with comfort presenting to Behavioral Health or business professionals about Training Fund Behavioral Health Programs;
          • Experience working with multiple stakeholders including government, education, community-based organizations, labor and private sector;
          • Ability to work with and advance engagement with labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
          • Ability to work with and advance engagement with labor unions, employers, and staff to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
          • Support labor (SEIU Healthcare 11NW Multi-employer Training Fund) and management perspectives in your work at the Training Fund
          • Experience with target performance metrics;
          • Proficient using technology as a management reporting tool;
          • Experience working with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
          • Experience working with a broad range of collaborative partners at multiple and varied skill levels and experiences;
          • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with exceptional attention to detail;
          • Strong Zoom and Teams remote working skills, and ability to supervise and coordinate staff, working remote;
          • The ability to work with diverse constituencies, maintain diplomacy, and negotiate successfully;
          • Ability to travel as required to partner meetings and support in person events;
          • High proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, databases, and student information systems
          • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.
          • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to, and passion for, working in a mission driven organization;
          • Willingness to learn and established history of learning and advancing own professional skills;
          • Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion workforce access;
          • Flexibility regarding hours; weekend and/or late hours will be required;
          • Ability to travel as needed. Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state with occasional trips to Oregon;
          • Attention to detail and ability to comprehend, retain, and apply specific policy information;
          • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal;
          • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants unique needs;
          • Time management, organizational, and record keeping skills and discipline in personal management, self-motivation, accountability and responsibility;
          • Ability to follow privacy policies (including but not limited to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)) and respect confidential information;
          • Successful completion of background check is required;
          • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle.
          • COVID full vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not being vaccinated.
          • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts
          • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
          • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
          • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills
          • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability meet deadlines
          • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
          • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation

          Desired Skills and Experience:

          • Experience or understanding of unions and ability to work in a labor/management environment.
          • Experience working with and selling into c-suite leadership in health care settings, or other business and labor settings
          • Experience working with diverse populations; understanding of accelerated learning platforms and/or education or apprenticeship programs
          • Experience and working knowledge of the Behavioral Health system
          • Experience or knowledge of registered apprenticeship as a system
          • Experience working with Salesforce
          • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals; and
          • Bilingual skills preferred.
          • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings
          • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals
          • Bilingual skills preferred

          Required Items:

          • Successful completion of background check is required
          • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
          • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington.
          • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
          • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

          Educational Requirements:

          • 5+ years’ experience
          • Bachelor’s Degree in subject(s) applicable to the work or equivalent lived experience related to job skills and duties.

          Physical Requirements:

          • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
          • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
          • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

          Work Environment:   Hybrid

          This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

          Compensation:

          • Compensation Range: $67,724.80 – $77,525
          • Above average retirement package
          • 1.0 FTE, Exempt position (Grant Funded through June 2025. Position intended to be extended, subject to funding)

          Other Benefits:

          • Generous vacation and sick leave days
          • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
          • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
          • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
          • LinkedIn learning membership
          • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
          • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
          • Two volunteer days

          May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

          • Gym/trainer membership stipend
          • Work-related professional development reimbursement
          • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
          • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

          Please Apply:

          We welcome candidates who:

          • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
          • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
          • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
          • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

          Application Process

          At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

          To apply, click on the link below where you will:

          • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
          • Submit your resume and cover letter
          • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

          APPLY

          Position will remain open until filled.

           

          This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

          The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

          The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

          The Training Fund is a harassmentfree workplace.

          Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional-LGBTQIA+ Community Focused

          Title:  Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional- LGBTQAI+ Community Focused

          Status: Full Time (Salary)

          This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

          Job Title:  Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional                                                                                                                

          Reports to:  Director of Strategic Partnership                                                                                                    

          Office Location: Renton, WA

          Worksite Designation:   Hybrid

          Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA. Approximately 60% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis

          Organizational Overview:

          The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

          Position Overview:

          The Behavioral Health Recruitment and Outreach Professional will support the success expansion the Training Fund (TF), Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) programs across Washington State.  These programs include multiple healthcare occupation apprenticeship programs, apprenticeship preparatory programs, Introduction to Healthcare Employment & Apprenticeship Programs (IHAP), Nursing Assistant-Certified (NA-C), Medical Assistant, Behavioral Health, Advanced Certification of Environmental Services Technicians (ACET) and other healthcare education and career pathway programing.

          The position will support the implementation of the comprehensive strategy for the promotion and expansion of the program for the State of WA and will engage with employer partners, labor, government and state agencies and community-based organizations. In addition to assisting the Director of Strategic Partnerships in furthering partner’s understanding of program required activities and successes, they will work with partners to complete the necessary documents and action steps required to participate and succeed in TF programs.  This role will work with various members of the Training Fund team and external stakeholders. This position plays a critical role in the TF’s labor management partnership and must be able to work well with labor and management.   Candidates will be evaluated on the full range of their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience, and direct and transferable skills.

          The Project Manager must work closely with external partners and facilitate their progression to completing and being ready to implement TF’s education programs.  It requires being able to hold the big picture while operating at a detailed level for tracking and documentation purposes.  They will coordinate with other TF departments to provide education programing that meets overall TF goals within the timelines and budgets developed including close coordination with grant development & implementation staff as needed.

          Essential Job Functions:

          Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

          • Support the Strategic Partnerships and TF teams in identifying and cultivating Washington State hiring partners for the purpose of securing agreements to participate in TF sponsored behavioral health education programs;
          • Maintains an intricate knowledge of Training Fund benefits and programs and manages the preparedness of partners to offer TF education programs through facilitating their completion of required documentation, providing detailed programmatic information and transferring their support to the Education Program team;
          • Role will support network in LGBTQIA+ identified communities with connectivity to support assigned
          • Supports community outreach and is a TF ambassador to assist in recruitment, implementation and support for behavioral health apprenticeship delivery in a focused community;
          • Supports community trends and partners with stakeholders to support patterns, applicant and partner identification and other key partnership opportunities;
          • Supports and runs re-occurring check ins, visits sites, engages with Training Agent entities to ensure successful integration with Behavioral Health apprenticeship work with TF stakeholders;
          • Involved in implementation of focused Behavioral Health project work to help impact Behavioral Health workforce initiatives to address strategic goals with the Training Fund and Strategic Partnerships and Program team;
          • Tracks and document event, creates reports, monitors and supports the creation of appropriate dashboards in the salesforce database;
          • Engage with Behavioral Health partners and key stakeholders to ensure effective program delivery that meets their needs;
          • Collaborates with colleagues and contractors to improve the salesforce process for tracking partner engagement;
          • Actively pursues continuous improvement of documentation, processes and procedures to create an evolving system that is as efficient and effective as possible;
          • Engage with strategic partners and key stakeholders to ensure effective program delivery that meets their needs, with a focus on community-specific needs;
          • Assists team members in tracking progress such as attendance, and learning success measurables as a partner;
          • Reviews partner and program needs to support accessibility improvements for specific community needs with a DEI lens;
          • Develop unique strategies to engage communities of focus with employer and participant recruitment efforts;
          • Conducts community meetings and delivers public presentations regularly, in a variety of settings, to recruit employers and participants and to generate awareness of all TF/HCAC programs;
          • Builds and maintains strong partnerships with Community Based organizations and other partners to support ongoing recruitment of diverse community participants into eligible educational programs;
          • Supports the process of employer onboarding for a variety of programs specifically getting all required contracts, MOUs and/or documents completed and signed and ensuring understanding of requirements to deliver sound Behavioral Health programming;
          • Partner with Strategic Partnership colleagues to assist with apprenticeship identification, recruitment and onboarding of apprentices for Behavioral Health programing;
          • Partner with existing contractors to support apprenticeship identification;
          • Support mentor needs as required to ensure apprenticeship delivery is successful through meetings, training, and team meetings;
          • Support employer incentive programs to ensure funding is tracked, received in a timely manner;
          • Conducts regular review of work and work plans to ensure accountability of all activities are accurate and timely along with reporting of deliverables and obligations in collaboration with the Director of Strategic Partnerships;
          • Conducts in-person employer site visits to foster strong connections with employer relations including mentors and apprentices in direct support of assigned programs;
          • Supports and collaborates with vendors to support key initiatives. Manages relationship to ensure key performance targets and goals are achieved according to established timeframes
          • Acts as an organizational representative in all situations, setting a strong example of professionalism, work completion and quality, and commitment to organizational goals and ethics;
          • Provides back-up coverage for other team members, as needed;
          • Establishes, manages, and completes work priorities, in a highly organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling and adhering to quality requirements and deadlines; and
          • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • 5 years of experience in Community Outreach or Business Development role with active network of employers and partners;
              • Demonstrated success in business development and key account management with comfort presenting to Behavioral Health or business professionals about Training Fund Behavioral Health Programs;
              • Experience working with multiple stakeholders including government, education, community-based organizations, labor and private sector;
              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with labor unions, employers, and staff to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
              • Support labor (SEIU Healthcare 11NW Multi-employer Training Fund) and management perspectives in your work at the Training Fund
              • Experience with target performance metrics;
              • Proficient using technology as a management reporting tool;
              • Experience working with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
              • Experience working with a broad range of collaborative partners at multiple and varied skill levels and experiences;
              • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with exceptional attention to detail;
              • Strong Zoom and Teams remote working skills, and ability to supervise and coordinate staff, working remote;
              • The ability to work with diverse constituencies, maintain diplomacy, and negotiate successfully;
              • Ability to travel as required to partner meetings and support in person events;
              • High proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, databases, and student information systems
              • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.
              • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to, and passion for, working in a mission driven organization;
              • Willingness to learn and established history of learning and advancing own professional skills;
              • Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion workforce access;
              • Flexibility regarding hours; weekend and/or late hours will be required;
              • Ability to travel as needed. Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state with occasional trips to Oregon;
              • Attention to detail and ability to comprehend, retain, and apply specific policy information;
              • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal;
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants unique needs;
              • Time management, organizational, and record keeping skills and discipline in personal management, self-motivation, accountability and responsibility;
              • Ability to follow privacy policies (including but not limited to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)) and respect confidential information;
              • Successful completion of background check is required;
              • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle.
              • COVID full vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not being vaccinated.
              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts
              • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
              • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills
              • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability meet deadlines
              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
              • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • Experience or understanding of unions and ability to work in a labor/management environment.
              • Experience working with and selling into c-suite leadership in health care settings, or other business and labor settings
              • Experience working with diverse populations; understanding of accelerated learning platforms and/or education or apprenticeship programs
              • Experience and working knowledge of the Behavioral Health system
              • Experience or knowledge of registered apprenticeship as a system
              • Experience working with Salesforce
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals; and
              • Bilingual skills preferred.
              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals
              • Bilingual skills preferred

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
              • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington.
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Educational Requirements:

              • 5+ years’ experience
              • Bachelor’s Degree in subject(s) applicable to the work or equivalent lived experience related to job skills and duties.

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

              Work Environment:   Hybrid

              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: $67,724.80 – $77,525
              • Above average retirement package
              • 1.0 FTE, Exempt position (Grant Funded through June 2025. Position intended to be extended, subject to funding)

              Other Benefits:

              • Generous vacation and sick leave days
              • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
              • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
              • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
              • LinkedIn learning membership
              • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
              • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
              • Two volunteer days

              May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

              • Gym/trainer membership stipend
              • Work-related professional development reimbursement
              • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
              • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassmentfree workplace.

              Data & Systems Analyst

              Title:  Data & Systems Analyst

              Status: Full Time (Salary)

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

              Job Title:  Data & Systems Analyst                                                                                                                 

              Reports to:  Director of Systems 

              Worksite Designation:   Telework             

              Live in Washington, Idaho or Oregon.  Must be able to travel to the office or other location as needed for in-person meetings including team events.  Can expect approximately 90% of the time telecommute and 10% in-person at office or other location. 

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              The Data & Systems Analyst is primarily responsible for providing data analytics, reporting, data heath & integrity within the organization.  This position will drive and support the ability of the Training Fund to leverage and utilize data to support the successful delivery of programs and to meet organizational outcomes.  

              This role will report to the Director of Systems and work closely, in partnership, with the Salesforce Administrator, Data Administrator & Quality Specialist and key program leads and Directors, throughout the organization.  Fundamental to this position is the ability to track and prioritize requests, understand data structures and processes, develop process documentation, troubleshoot, and project management.

              Essential Job Functions:

              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • Analyze internal data to help maximize the organization’s effectiveness and impact, focusing on generating actionable insights and measuring performance against Training Fund’s goals; Engage relevant stakeholders in generating solutions that alleviate immediate issues and address root causes.
              • Defining, tracking & reporting on metrics across organization. Leveraging tools such as Salesforce and Excel to integrate data from multiple sources to produce requested or required data elements. Programs and maintains report forms and formats, information dashboards, data generators, canned reports and other end-user information portals or resources. Being able to tell stories with data.
              • Understand underlying database structures and data flows for troubleshooting and resolving data issues related to data syncs, imports, normalization, etc.
              • Aptitude to dive into data, identify patterns and draw conclusions.
              • Strong analytic skills, including experience in measuring, monitoring, tracking, and analyzing data and with the ability to develop and interpret reports to understand systematic performance and identify opportunities for improvement.
              • Train end users on optimal use of reports and dashboards to support data driven business decisions.
              • Support new initiatives by eliciting requirements, documenting processes, developing, and testing new and modified reports that improve business process and decision making.
              • Create and maintain management reports and dashboards; Able to run ad hoc analysis and provide interpretations to management.
              • Partner with organizational leadership to drive efficiency through tooling and process automation, leveraging LEAN principles.
              • Self-motivated, hard-working team player with proven outstanding organizational skills and very detail oriented and ability to work independently and manage and prioritize multiple tasks at once, often with urgent deadlines.
              • A strong understanding of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and how to center this perspective in all elements of work.
              • Strong written and verbal communication skills, with demonstrated ability to effectively communicate technical concepts to a diverse range of stakeholders.
              • Develop process documentation, including for workflows and data collection.
              • Regularly monitor data quality, update Employer Verification Lists, and merge data.
              • Address technical challenges and provide input on process improvement for organizational performance, improving efficiency, and monitoring outcomes.
              • Learn the Salesforce workflows and infrastructure that facilitate data management.
              • Acts as an organizational representative in all situations, setting a strong example of professionalism, work completion and quality, and commitment to organizational goals and ethics
              • Provide backup support for Data Administrator & Quality Specialist and Technical Administrator.
              • Provides backup coverage for other team members, as needed.
              • Works closely with contractors and vendors as needed to facilitate services.
              • Completes other duties and performs other tasks as assigned.

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • Minimum 5-7 yrs. experience in data analysis and managing Reporting systems.
              • Deep Skills with Reporting systems administration and support.
              • Technical skills with aggregating data from disparate systems into consolidated business reports.
              • Skills with training and advising business users for creating custom reports and views.
              • Skills with business process definition in conjunction with system and reports design to drive efficiencies.
              • Ability to do information analysis using spreadsheets, databases, and reporting systems.
              • Advanced proficiency in MS SQL and MS Excel.
              • Excellent technical aptitude, including troubleshooting and analysis skills.
              • Experience creating process documentation and following technological processes.
              • Strong analytical thinking and quantitative analysis.
              • Demonstrated proactive approaches to problem-solving.
              • Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion, be adaptable to various competing demands, and demonstrate the highest level of customer/client service and response.
              • Outstanding planning and organizational skills; attention to detail and ability to meet tight deadlines.
              • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
              • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
              • Highly resourceful team player with the ability to work independently, multi-task, and prioritize.
              • Flexible, adaptable, and self-motivated.
              • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and SharePoint.
              • Commitment to personal growth and development of racial equity and inclusion, as well as a commitment to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion as related to access. Experience working with diverse populations and addressing unique needs.
              • Willingness to learn and an established history of learning and advancing own professional skills.
              • Ability to follow privacy policies (like the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), etc.) and respect confidential information.
              • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to (and passion for) working in a mission-driven organization.
              • Valid Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle; ability to travel as needed.
              • Successful completion of background check is required.
              • COVID full vaccination shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines for not being vaccinated.

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • At least two years of experience supporting education program implementation and/or administering benefits.
              • Experience in a union or labor/management environment or an understanding of unions and ability to work in labor/management settings.
              • Experience with current organizational software: Salesforce, SharePoint, MS Teams, and Monday.com
              • Proven record of positive, collaborative contributions to meet performance goals.

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required.
              • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington, Oregon or Idaho.
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle.
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating.
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Educational Requirements:

              • Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Finance or equivalent 8-10 yrs work experience in relevant field.

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times.
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations.

              Work Environment: Telework

              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires you to have a space to telework from for remote work. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: $89,142 – $120,000
              • 1.0 FTE, Exempt position

              Other Benefits:

              • Generous vacation and sick leave days
              • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
              • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
              • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
              • LinkedIn learning membership
              • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
              • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
              • Two volunteer days

              May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

              • Gym/trainer membership stipend
              • Work-related professional development reimbursement
              • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
              • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and care about diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Because of this, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application with your three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining of discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassment free workplace.

               

              Director of Human Resources

              Title:  Director of Human Resources

              Status: Full Time (Salary)

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

              Job Title:  Director of Human Resources                                                                                                                

              Reports to:  Executive Director                                                                                                   

              Supervises position(s):  HR Generalist

              Office Location: Renton, WA

              Worksite Designation:   Hybrid

              Approximately 50%—75% of the work is telework, and 50%—25% is in-person at our office, off-site, or partner locations. Must come into the office on an as-needed basis.

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              This position reports to and is a trusted partner of the Executive Director. As an integral executive leadership team member, the Director of Human Resources oversees all human resource functions of the organization and leads process, policy, and systems change with a lens toward greater equity, diversity, and inclusion. The Director will work closely with senior leadership on strategic initiatives related to organizational design and development, talent acquisition and management, succession planning, change management, employee development and training, performance management, and employee relations. This a strategic and hands-on role, developing systems and processes to scale as the organization grows, leading the full lifecycle of recruiting efforts, onboarding, training, compensation, benefits, and leave management, cultivating and stewarding the Training Fund’s culture, and upholding company policies and practices. This role requires effective collaborative leadership skills and ability and bias for action.

              Supervisory Responsibilities:  

              • Supervise any Human Resources staff, including the HR Generalist
              • Developing and coaching staff
              • Directing and coordinating the work of staff
              • Perform regularly scheduled performance reviews
              • Provide training and guidance for staff

              Essential Job Functions:

              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • Partner with the Executive Director and leadership team to create and implement foundational policies, procedures, and training programs that foster the organization’s culture, values, mission, and overall talent strategy.
              • Provide strategic input on how the organization will grow and evolve related explicitly to the current virtual work environment, organization development, systems, policies, procedures, workforce planning and forecasting, recruiting and hiring, professional development, performance management, and compensation and benefits, among other things.
              • Develop a talent acquisition and management plan that enables 10-20% year-over-year growth and supports the Training Fund’s commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion to meet the organization’s needs. Recruit and onboard new hires and support team development.
              • Identify key performance indicators for the organization’s human resource and talent management functions; assess the organization’s success and market competitiveness based on these metrics.
              • Consult with the leadership team on human resource matters, including staffing, compensation, benefits, workforce planning, performance management, succession planning, professional development, training, employee engagement, relations, and retention.
              • Manage staff conflict and disciplinary resolution under direction from the Executive and Deputy Directors.

              COMMITMENT TO:

              • High level of ownership and focus on excellence and creating high-performing teams.
              • Oversee the day-to-day operations of the HR department, including hiring and interviewing staff, administering pay and benefits, and enforcing company policies and practices.
              • Collaborate with the management team to develop and implement the organization’s goals and strategy related to human resources functional areas.
              • Support the development and implementation of equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives supporting the Training Fund’s mission.
              • Stay current on key human resource trends/ issues relevant to the Training Fund’s current and future work.
              • Ensure clear, consistent communication regarding policies and practices and promote positive, constructive employee relations.
              • Serve as a resource for leadership and supervisory staff with coaching, counseling, and mentorship, including ensuring a robust supervisor training program.
              • Continue to build a culture of collaboration and teamwork to ensure fulfillment of the Training Fund’s strategic goal of investing in our people and our organization.
              • Support labor (SEIU Healthcare 1199NW) and management perspectives in your work at the Training Fund.

              ABILITY TO:

              • Serve as the subject matter expert for HR policies and procedures.
              • Interpret and promote the equitable application of people and culture policies and procedures for the Training Fund.
              • Support management by providing people advice, counsel, and decisions, including succession planning, development, recruitment, performance management, and legal compliance.
              • Ensure an effective approach to employee relations, including team communication, team member engagement, and conflict resolution, and provide counsel in employee relations issues.
              • Act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality.
              • Communicate effectively verbally and in writing with all levels of the organization and with external stakeholders.
              • Manage through influence and use interpersonal/emotional intelligence skills and political acumen respectfully and diplomatically.
              • Navigate a fast-paced environment and lead through change and growth.
              • Manage compensation, benefit, and leave programs, including the job evaluation process and salary structure, monitoring competitive pay practices, and determining appropriate pay ranges.
              • Develop and implement the departmental budget.
              • Craft and articulate a big-picture plan.
              • Motivate, coach, and develop others.
              • Solve problems, strategize, and manage/ prioritize/organize multiple tasks and projects ensuring high-quality outcomes and results.
              • Independently exercise a high level of judgment, especially in organizationally complex settings.

              Possess and Demonstrate:

              • Integrity
              • Discretion
              • Diplomacy
              • Business acumen
              • Confidence
              • Humility
              • Decisiveness
              • Adaptability
              • Systems thinking
              • High Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
              • Approachability
              • Active listening
              • Conflict management
              • Authenticity
              • Collaboration
              • Self-motivation

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • Minimum 5 years of experience as a Human Resources Manager, or Director, or senior staff member leading and growing an organization, division, or department of similar size and scope. This may include nonprofit, for­ profit, education, public sector organizations, or a combination thereof.
              • Proficiency in employee relations, talent acquisition, compensation, benefits, compliance, and the ability to pivot between high-level strategy and tactical delivery.
              • Experience working with multiple stakeholders, including government, education, community-based organizations, labor, and the private sector.
              • Experience with change management, particularly during periods of growth, and a knack for utilizing data to analyze and refine processes for scalability.
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing unique needs.
              • Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations.
              • Experience leveraging technological tools for greater efficiency and effectiveness.
              • Strong Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion health care workforce access
              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts.
              • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
              • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail .
              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills .
              • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability meet deadlines .
              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
              • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
              • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.
              • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality .
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs
              • Ability to follow privacy policies and respect for confidential information.
              • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation.

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) certification or similar professional credential.
              • Knowledge and experience supporting education or workforce training programs.
              • Experience in a union or labor/management environment or an understanding of unions and ability to work in labor/management settings.
              • A track record of implementing new policies, procedures, and training to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion, including a personal commitment to ongoing learning and development.
              • Experience with current organizational software: Paycheck (or other HRIS software) Salesforce, Teams, Monday.com, and Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings.
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals.
              • Bilingual skills preferred.

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required.
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable, insured vehicle.
              • Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute Renton, WA.
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating.
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Educational Requirements:

              • Bachelors degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field required; Masters degree preferred.
              • SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP highly preferred.

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times.
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations.

              Work Environment:   Hybrid

              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: 97K – 140K
              • Above average retirement package
              • 1.0 FTE, Exempt position

              Other Benefits:

              • Generous vacation and sick leave days
              • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
              • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
              • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
              • LinkedIn learning membership
              • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
              • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
              • Two volunteer days

              May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

              • Gym/trainer membership stipend
              • Work-related professional development reimbursement
              • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
              • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassment-free workplace.

              Executive Assistant

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements. Position descriptions are reviewed and revised to meet the changing needs of the labor/management partnership.

              Job Title: Executive Assistant
              Reports To: Executive Director
              Supervises, if applicable position(s): Administrative Assistant

              Worksite Designation: Occassional

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership between major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State. The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members. The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              The Executive Assistant (EA) is a highly responsible position. The EA provides administrative and secretarial services to relieve the Executive Director (ED) of daily administrative details so they can concentrate on the significant aspects of their position. The EA works primarily with the Executive Director. However, they also provide scheduling and travel support for the Deputy Director (DD). The Executive Assistant provides the necessary leadership skills to work effectively with management, staff, members, unions, employers, and board trustees.

              The work involves applying knowledge of the executive’s work objectives and viewpoints and representing the executive within the delegated scope of authority. Ensures optimal time management for the assigned executive by overseeing email, schedule, calendar, travel arrangements, meeting support, and answering/prioritizing communications/correspondence. The EA offers administrative support to the Leadership Team (LT) and other staff as delegated by the ED. The EA is also the backup for the Administrative Assistant. Although responsible for assisting a key executive, this position does not have independent executive authority.

              The EA will be exposed to sensitive information and must maintain strict confidence.

              This position requires a high degree of personal initiative, flexibility, and personal judgment in all assignments, strong communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to organize and prioritize tasks to ensure smooth workflow, excellent work standards, and an active interest in providing excellent customer care. Be able to prioritize and shift as needs evolve, with minimal supervision.
              The Executive Assistant will be able to work independently on projects, from conception to completion, and must be able to work under pressure at times to handle various activities. Duties are performed to promote a team concept and reflect the Training Fund’s mission, vision, and values. Fundamental to this position is the ability to address and solve customer service requests in a friendly and professional manner.

              The position requires considerable knowledge of the Training Fund, policies, and practices in making routine administrative decisions and handling non-routine situations. The EA may function in a “lead” role about ongoing work or special project- or team-oriented assignments. They may be responsible for office coordination and/or oversight of lower-level administrative/clerical employees. Work involves the development of moderately complex spreadsheets, presentations, or graphic materials. They will also need to be comfortable learning and working in Salesforce.

              This position and others in the Training Fund promote equity in recruitment and retention into all Training Fund programs and safe operations of all Training Fund activities.

              Location:

              Mostly remote but occasionally as needed in the office or other locations such as offsite conference rooms or partner locations for some key events and meetings required for in-person participation.

              Essential Job Functions:

              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • The position requires an above-average ability to adjust to rapid changes and understand the Training Fund’s technical aspects.
              • Proactively review and assist in managing the ED’s email.
              • Track (including prioritization) action items, assignments, and delegations from the ED to other staff in Monday.com, Outlook, or a similar program.
              • Coordinate, or as necessary, prepare and submit various documents or presentations and
              • Draft, edit, and proofread outgoing correspondence and reports.
              • Provide information regarding action items, the ED’s daily time management, and overall scheduling in stand-up meetings with ED and DD.
              • Manage the ED and DD’s calendar, appointments, and schedule following priorities the Executive Director sets; handle all matters relative to the Director’s meetings; prepare agendas, prepare and circulate handouts; monitor invitation acceptance; and arrange space.
              • Ensure the ED and DD’s schedules are balanced, prioritizing the needs of direct reports, other team members, the board of directors, and external partners.
              • Ensures the Director’s schedule is followed and respected.
              • Coordinate the ED and DD’s travel. Maintain calendar and conduct pre-travel needs assessments, book travel, and accommodations, manage conference registrations and additional events/meetings, and troubleshoot problems to facilitate smooth trips.
              • Manage all aspects of ED’s reimbursements, expenses, and reconciliation.
              • Coordinate all Leadership Team meetings, including in-person events, training, virtual meetings, and team-building experiences.
              • Proactively coordinating and planning for virtual and in-person events and meetings, including attending meetings, taking and preparing notes/minutes; attendee management, materials preparation, room set-up, and issue resolution; managing vendors; securing quotes; tracking deliverables; tracking attendance, and ensuring each meeting runs smoothly.
              • Assist the ED in managing the Board of Trustees meetings, including scheduling and adhering to bylaws such as advance distribution of materials in electronic/paper format before meetings.
              • Maintain discretion and confidentiality in relationships with all sensitive matters.
              • Organize, produce, and maintain departmental phone lists and rosters, including emergency contact lists used by the Directors.
              • Manage office space and relationships with office landlords, liaising between the Training Fund and building staff for maintenance and conference room reservations.
              • Maintain policies and procedures related to office management.
              • Support Human Resources with the Organization Chart or hiring support as needed, such as editing and formatting job descriptions, online distribution through job boards, receiving applications, scheduling interviews, and follow-up communication with candidates as requested.
              • As requested, support the Leadership Team with scheduling, travel arrangements, special projects, and administrative tasks.
              • Use Salesforce to input or retrieve data.
              • Assist the Executive Director with implementing emerging benefits and programs as assigned.
              • Provide backup support for benefits administration and the Administrative Assistant.
              • Prepares member benefit paperwork for pilot or complex programs, as assigned.
              • Oversee staff events such as potlucks, staff appreciation events, and holiday parties.
              • Assist with special projects, staff training and other general office tasks as needed or assigned.

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • 5+ years of Executive Assistant experience supporting C-Suite executives with calendar and email.  This experience in a nonprofit or union environment is a plus.
              • Advanced-level Microsoft Sharepoint, Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint proficiency.
              • Comfortable learning new technologies.  Experience using Monday.com, Onboard, Salesforce, or equivalent apps is a plus.
              • Expert-level business writing skills and the ability to draft written communications
              • Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion, recognize possible sensitive issues, and act accordingly.
              • Adaptable to competing demands, anticipate internal organization issues, propose solutions, and maintain focus with frequent interruptions work in a fast-paced environment.
              • Demonstrate the highest customer/client service and response level, including tact, sound judgment, and prioritization skills.
              • Demonstrated strong organizational skills that reflect the ability to seamlessly perform, improve processes, and prioritize multiple tasks with meticulous attention to detail.
              • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships with partners, including staff, board members, consultants, and external partners.
              • Proven record of positive, collaborative contributions to meet performance goals.
              • Highly resourceful team player with the ability to also be extremely effective independently.
              • Ability to work effectively with a diverse member population, including non-native English speakers.
              • Excellent phone and email etiquette.
              • Committed to working in a labor/management environment.
              • Strong Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion health care workforce access
              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts
              • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
              • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills
              • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability meet deadlines
              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
              • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs
              • Ability to follow privacy policies and respect for confidential information
              • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Preferred Skills and Experience:

              • Bachelor’s Degree in nonprofit management, business administration or related field
              • Experience with current organizational software: Salesforce, SharePoint, MS Teams, Onboard and Monday.com
              • Experience in a union or labor/management environment or an understanding of unions and ability to work in labor/management settings
              • Knowledge of the healthcare sector

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals
              • Bilingual skills preferred

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating

              Educational Requirements:

              • Undergraduate Degree or equivalent experience (minimum of 5+ years of complex EA experience supporting C-Suite executives with calendar and email)

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

              Work Environment: Occasional

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: $73,416-$102,535
              • Competitive compensation and benefit package, including retirement benefit with employer contribution, medical and dental insurance.
              • 1.0 FTE, Exempt position

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining of discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassment free workplace.

              Grants Writer

              Title:  Grants Writer

              Status: Full Time (Salary)

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

              Job Title:  Grant Writer                                                                                                                

              Reports to:  Grants and Contracts Manager                                                                                                    

              Office Location: Renton, WA

              Worksite Designation:   Hybrid

              Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA.  Approximately 60% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis.

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              The Grants Writer position is a new role at the Training Fund.  The Grant Writer is an experienced professional, responsible for developing and implementing successful fundraising strategies for the Fund.  The prime goal of the Grants Writer is to secure the funds needed to support the Fund’s strategic initiatives by developing a portfolio of sustainable and renewable grants within a labor/management context.  Principal responsibilities include: strategy, research, development, and management of a robust portfolio, proposal writing and submittals; identifying and researching appropriate foundations and other funder prospects; advising and facilitating grant implementers; monitoring and reporting; and supporting fiscal oversight.   The Grant Writer will work with a variety of stakeholders and partners to create new funding proposals and ensure grants management systems are set-up to ensure project success. This role is highly collaborative working with staff, the Grants and Contracts Manager, the Leadership team, labor and employer representatives and must maintain flexibility and be able to respond quickly to opportunities by working with a huge array of internal and external stakeholders.

              The Fund plans to grow grant development and is looking for an experienced Grant Writer who is comfortable in all stages of grant planning and writing to grant monitoring and reporting. This position, along with others in the Training Fund, is responsible for safe operations of all Training Fund activities.

              Level of Authority:

              Performs administrative, document handling, recordkeeping, project management and collaborative duties. Under general guidance of the Director of Finance and Administration and with independence by task and experience, following program priorities within organizational policies and procedures.

              Essential Job Functions:

              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • Identify potential funding sources utilizing databases, publications and government websites, matching the Fund’s program goals and priorities with grant opportunities.
              • Works with Leadership Team and staff to strategize, set goals and develop grant opportunities from prospective funding organizations
              • Develop and oversee grants pipeline, including identifying and researching potential funding sources; outlining engagement strategies and plans for building relationships with foundation and corporate representatives; and ensuring ongoing cultivation and stewardship of all grants program funding sources.
              • Cultivate, manage, and steward relationships with potential and current foundation program officers and equivalents.
              • Manage the grant development process (for corporate, foundation, and government grant applications) from start to finish, including drafting compelling and dynamic letters of intent and full proposals, developing budgets and timelines, and producing interim progress reports, as necessary.
              • Coordinate with independent contract grant writers for grant opportunities, applications and reports.
              • Review, evaluate, and communicate requirements of potential funding opportunities. Establish and maintain relationships with funders.
              • Review grant funding award terms, conditions and commitments with stakeholders. Assist Grants Manger with ensuring that funds are expended in compliance with the applicable terms and conditions.
              • Coordinate with team members assigned to contribute and report regular progress on projects. Work with Grants Manager to ensure they have a clear understanding of their responsibilities and deadlines and that essential information is provided in a timely, accurate and consistent manner.
              • Assist Grants Manager with reporting on the completion of grant deliverables ensuring they are completed on time, are within budget and meet compliance requirements.
              • In collaboration with Grants Manager and program managers, manage pre-award process, including assigning and collecting required components, developing budgets, completing necessary forms, and submitting proposals.
              • Serve as liaison with grant coordinators and Training Fund staff and stakeholders, to develop funding proposals to support new and existing programs in line with Training Fund strategic plans.
              • Develop interim and final reports for grant-funded programs. Support Grants Manager in coordinating financial tracking, grant invoicing and reporting with the Finance department and Program staff regarding the execution and progress of grant-funded projects.
              • Collect and review data for reporting.
              • Monitor changes to federal regulation and industry best practices and work with Grants Manager to identify current or emergent compliance concerns.
              • In collaboration with Training Fund leadership, maintain projection of current and future programmatic funding and expenses and help identify opportunities for additional funding.
              • Track funder updates including correspondence and outstanding requests.
              • Provide support and coordinate efforts in drafting proposals, concept papers, letters of intent, letters of supports, reports and other funding materials as needed.
              • Engage and educate staff from across the organization on grants that Training Fund currently has.
              • Research statistics, trends and data for grant proposals including research and data-gathering —both from external sources and Training Fund program data.
              • Maintain funding calendar: submissions, renewals, reports, funding projected and received
              • Maintain grant database to track grant deadlines, submissions, etc.
              • Maintain the records for all Foundation/Institutional Funding proposals and letters of inquiry sent or correspondence and communications received.
              • Develop/enhance system for prospect research and tracking
              • Research new funding opportunities on a local, state, and federal level both with private and public funding.
              • Maintain and build relationships with funders, philanthropy and other strategic partners on a local, state, and national levels.
              • Other
              • Acts as an organizational representative in all situations, setting a strong example of professionalism, work completion and quality, and commitment to organizational goals and ethics.
              • Establish work priorities in a highly organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling and adhering to quality requirements and deadlines.
              • Perform other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • Highly skilled with use of technology and data systems to regularly report, communicate, document and track information.
              • Attention to detail and ability to comprehend, retain, and apply specific policy information.
              • Willingness to learn and established history of learning and advancing own professional skills.
              • Ability to independently exercise a high level of judgement.
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing unique needs.
              • Flexibility regarding hours; weekend and/or late hours will be required occasionally.
              • Time management, organizational, and record keeping skills. Discipline in personal management, self-motivation, accountability and responsibility.
              • Strong Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion health care workforce access
              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts
              • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
              • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills
              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
              • Highly Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, spreadsheets, or related software
              • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.
              • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality
              • Ability to follow privacy policies and respect for confidential information
              • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • Superior written and verbal communication skills with proven grant writing and research skills, including the ability to listen and develop information into grant proposals and codify ideas into coherently written text.
              • Minimum of three (3) years of experience in grant writing, grant management, and project and/or program management and coordination.
              • Experience managing federal and non-federal grant application/award processes and post award grants management.
              • Knowledge and experience with healthcare training programs throughout the Washington State college system, including familiarity with necessary pre- requisite courses.
              • Experience with program or audit compliance and proper documenting practices.
              • Ability to navigate well in labor/management settings and build and sustain partnerships with external stakeholders.
              • Work with grant funders or in a grant environment.
              • Experience working in an environment with multiple partners and stakeholders.
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals.
              • Ability to gain proficiency in the use of fundraising software.
              • Intermediate or higher proficiency in database systems.
              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings
              • Bilingual skills preferred

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
              • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington in assigned region.
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Educational Requirements:

              • Bachelor’s degree and 5+ years’ experience required, with successful achievement of significant grants
              • Additional or alternate education or experience considered

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

              Work Environment:   Hybrid

              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: $69,578 – $85,460
              • Above average retirement package
              • FTE, Exempt position

              Other Benefits:

              • Generous vacation and sick leave days
              • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
              • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
              • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
              • LinkedIn learning membership
              • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
              • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
              • Two volunteer days

              May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

              • Gym/trainer membership stipend
              • Work-related professional development reimbursement
              • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
              • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassment-free workplace.

              HR Generalist

              Title:  HR Generalist

              Status: Full Time (Salary)

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

              Job Title:  HR Generalist                                                                                                                

              Reports to:  Director of HR                                                                                                   

              Supervises position(s):  N/A

              Office Location: Renton, WA

              Worksite Designation:   Hybrid

              Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA.  Approximately 50%—75% of the work is telework, and 50%—25% is in-person at our office, off-site, or partner locations. Must come into the office on an as-needed basis.

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for supporting daily activities in the HR Department, including talent acquisition, compensation management, onboarding, performance management, employee relations, and ensuring consistency with company policy. The HR Generalist will continue enhancing the HR Department and building upon best HR practices. The successful candidate will have the following attributes: excellent interpersonal skills, strong communication skills, detail-oriented, strong problem-solving skills, and tech savvy.

              Essential Job Functions:

              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • Assists in the management and the execution of the following human resource programs and strategies: talent acquisition, compensation, benefits, leave management; performance management, employee relations, employee engagement, and training and development
              • Conducts pre-employment background checks and reference checks
              • Coordinates on-site training needs and reviews, tracks, and documents compliance with mandatory and non-mandatory training, continuing education, and work assessments
              • Answers frequently asked questions from applicants and employees relative to standard policies, benefits, hiring processes, etc.; refers more complex questions to the HR Director
              • Performs periodic audits of HR files and records to ensure that all required documents are collected and filed appropriately
              • Conducts or assists with onboarding and new hire orientation
              • Maintains accurate and up-to-date human resource files, records, and documentation
              • Assists in posting positions on various recruiting sites
              • Assists in interviewing, screening candidates and scheduling interviews
              • Enters new hire paperwork into HRIS (Paychex)
              • Maintains the integrity and confidentiality of human resource files and records
              • Works cross-functionally with Accounting, Finance, and IT to improve services to employees and makes recommendations for improvements
              • Performs other duties as assigned

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • Two years of Human Resources Experience
              • Two years of acquiring talent at all levels of employees within organizations
              • Two years of supporting Directors and Managers in complex employee relations/workplace investigation experience
              • Two years of experience assisting Directors and Managers in performance management
              • Two years of assisting all levels of employees in providing compensation strategy and advice
              • Strong Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion health care workforce access
              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts
              • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
              • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict-resolution skills
              • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines
              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
              • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software
              • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.
              • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs
              • Ability to follow privacy policies and respect for confidential information
              • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals
              • Bilingual skills preferred

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable, insured vehicle
              • Needs to live in or move to the Puget Sound region of the State of Washington.
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Educational Requirements:

              • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Communication Studies or related field required
              • HRCI or SHRM certification desired, not required

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

              Work Environment:   Hybrid

              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: $73,994 – $86,817
              • Above average retirement package
              • FTE, Exempt position

              Other Benefits:

              • Generous vacation and sick leave days
              • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
              • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
              • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
              • LinkedIn learning membership
              • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
              • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
              • Two volunteer days

              May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

              • Gym/trainer membership stipend
              • Work-related professional development reimbursement
              • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
              • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassment-free workplace.

              Implementation Specialist

              Title:  Implementation Specialist

              Status: Full Time (Hourly)

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

              Job Title:  Implementation Specialist                                                                                                                

              Reports to:  Education Programs Lead                                                                                                   

              Office Location: Renton, WA

              Worksite Designation:   Hybrid

              Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA.  Approximately 50% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis.

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              The Educations Programs Implementation Specialist supports the development, implementation and maintenance of the Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) apprenticeship,  pre-apprenticeship and other programs as assigned across Washington.  This includes building new apprenticeship and alternative programs and the support of instructors and the management of day to day program operations, in collaboration with the Technical Coordinators and Student Affairs Specialist under the guidance of the Education Programs Lead. Candidates will be evaluated on the full range of their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience, and direct and transferable skills.

              Essential Job Functions:

              Applicants must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • Serves as the primary contact for implementation of all Training Fund/HCAC education programs which may include apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship programs across Washington state ensuring programs are delivered in accordance to Training Fund, HCAC and Labor and Industries (L&I) standards, policies and procedures, contracted obligations and within funding budgets;
              • Support the development, revision and maintenance of apprenticeship and program standards as filed with L&I’s Apprenticeship Section and the Washington State Apprenticeship and Training Council (WSATC) and other governing entities.
              • Supports administrative services to support educational participation, access and delivery of educational programs. Partners with the education team members to support quality educational offering.  Supports apprenticeship, employer and educational trainings in support of successful academic outcomes for participants;
              • Support paperwork collection, participant and apprenticeship onboarding, pre-qualification requirements that align with program requirements for education and apprenticeship standards;
              • Assists with database logging of apprentice hours and competency checks, and uploading this information to the State of Washington and other data platforms;
              • Assists with collection of required documents to support pre-qualification documentation is on file prior to participation of participants;
              • Works cooperatively as employer partners, union staff leaders, local community colleges and universities, and other program partners;
              • Coordinates with Training Fund staff assigned to other programmatic areas to deliver programs and services;
              • Assists with candidate and employer meetings and meeting logistics with community and industry organizations as directed;
              • Coordinate program operations to include program scheduling, ordering/delivery of program materials and equipment, student enrollment, financial aid, tours, safety, and other administrative tasks related to high quality program delivery;
              • Coordinate and provide supports for apprentices as necessary to support program participation such as training, guiding and follow up to ensure participant access is supported;
              • Interact with and maintain working relationship with students, faculty, staff and outside/community agencies to facilitate program objectives;
              • Work with various team members to ensure there is a communication plan to engage employers regarding the program;
              • Attend partner meetings, gathering input to ensure proper delivery of program, discussing and resolving challenges that may exist and to ensure as much as possible continued partnership and funding for program;
              • Participate in and facilitate workshops, meetings and/or conferences obtaining relevant and current industry subject matter expertise for implementation into apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship programs;
              • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is established and ensure participant information is kept confidential;
              • Compile mid and post-program assessments providing outcomes to leadership and project partners;
              • Ensure the collection of reports, data and statistical information regarding the demographic make-up of program participants;
              • File all program documentation as required (manually and electronically); assures the accuracy and completeness of data collected, including data pertaining to eligibility, selection, employer utilization and outcomes, including proper documentation and quality checks for regular agency and grant reports and compliance;
              • Evaluate program effectiveness to develop improved methods; implement evaluation methodology; analyze results and recommend and/or take appropriate action in a timely manner;
              • Develop and recommend new or revised program goals and objectives;
              • Coordinate with program partners to implement participant completion events;
              • Document position procedures and processes; and, other duties as required.

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • Minimum two (3) years of experience in adult education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development ;
              • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
              • Documented experience working in an environment with multiple partners and stakeholders;
              • Experience working with a broad range of collaborative partners and participants at multiple and varied skill levels and experiences;
              • Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion workforce access;
              • Ability to connect with and motivate potential members to engage in education and training programs;
              • Attention to detail and ability to comprehend, retain, and apply specific policy information;
              • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal;
              • Willingness to learn and established history of learning and advancing own professional skills;
              • Ability to independently exercise a high level of judgment, especially in organizationally complex settings;
              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts;
              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills;
              • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines;
              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills;
              • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software;
              • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.;
              • Advanced spreadsheet skills and experience;
              • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality;
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs;
              • Ability to follow privacy policies and respect for confidential information;
              • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation;
              • Ability to follow privacy policies (like the Health Insurance portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) etc.) and respect confidential information;
              • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to, and passion for, working in a mission driven organization;
              • Flexibility regarding hours; weekend and/or late hours will be required;
              • Ability to travel within WA State required;

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • Knowledge and experience supporting educational administrators and/or assisting working adults enrolled in apprenticeship and healthcare coursework;
              • Knowledge of student support services, college placement, advising, registration and enrollment processes;
              • Knowledge and experience with academic training programs throughout the Washington State college system, including familiarity with necessary pre-requisite courses;
              • Experience with grant related efforts and grant management;
              • Experience or understanding of unions and ability to work in a labor/management environment;
              • Understanding of accelerated learning platforms and/or education or apprenticeship programs;
              • Experience or knowledge of registered apprenticeship as a system;
              • Experience working with Salesforce;
              • Experience educational recordkeeping and documenting practices;
              • Zoom meeting support experience and/or foundational IT support and training experience;
              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals
              • Bilingual skills preferred

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
              • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington in assigned region.
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Educational Requirements:

              • 3 years plus years’ experience, BA/BS degree preferred or equivalent lived experience related to job skills and duties.

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

              Work Environment:   Hybrid

              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: $27.22- $36.93
              • Above average retirement package
              • FTE, Exempt position

              Other Benefits:

              • Generous vacation and sick leave days
              • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
              • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
              • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
              • LinkedIn learning membership
              • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
              • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
              • Two volunteer days

              May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

              • Gym/trainer membership stipend
              • Work-related professional development reimbursement
              • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
              • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassment-free workplace.

              Intake Coordinator and Resource Specialist

              Title:  Intake Coordinator and Resource Specialist

              Status: Full Time (Hourly)

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

              Job Title:  Intake Coordinator and Resource Specialist                                                                                                                

              Reports to:  Navigation Services Lead                                                                                                   

              Office Location: Renton, WA

              Worksite Designation:   Hybrid

              Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA.  Approximately 60% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis.

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              The Intake Coordinator and Resource Specialist (ICRS) is responsible for the coordination and delivery of a variety of Training Fund (TF) and Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC), and additional healthcare education/workforce development programs and services to members and participants. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Navigation Services Lead to provide coordination and support services to eligible healthcare workers, while adhering to Training Fund benefit administration processes. The Intake Coordinator and Resource Specialist works across teams to facilitate member processes and referrals to support our members with their educational and career goals. This position develops a keen knowledge of Training Fund and apprenticeship programs, benefits, and services. Candidates will be evaluated on the full range of their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience, and direct and transferable skills.

              Essential Job Functions:

              Applicant must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • Follows Training Fund policy and procedures regarding eligibility and coordinates Training Fund benefits and services to eligible members.
              • Outreach field work promoting awareness and engagement with members and other key stakeholders about Training Fund programs, benefits, and opportunities through targeted and broad-based outreach opportunities.
              • Reviews application materials, informs members of their rights and responsibilities in regards to member benefits, programs and services, receiving funding, and maintains member confidentiality.
              • Enrollment of participants to connect members with Training Fund services and programs, including conducting Benefit Review Meetings with members and support with the Tuition Assistance Process and accessing other Training Fund services and programs.
              • Provides initial assessment of participants to determine abilities, interests, needs, and barriers.
              • Refers members and participants to Regional Education Navigator, when appropriate, with a warm hand off for in depth member education and career navigation services, such as career counseling, career planning and college navigation, as well as, assisting with developing career goals and identifying other programmatic services and/or resources.
              • Reviews member requests for completeness and accuracy. Follow up on requests requiring additional member information to complete requests and in addition member follow-ups for outcomes, support, and referrals.
              • Ensure all required documentation is received and provide timely communication with members, participants, and Training Fund staff.
              • Responsible for member required documents being uploaded to database for member eligibility post member engagement meetings and follow-ups.
              • Updating database with education plan, grades, tutor matching, reviewing, processing and approving requests through assigned stages- vouchers, reimbursements, and other program services.
              • Connects with members at their worksite or other public spaces as needed to assess support needs at hours that fit the members’ schedules, within reason.
              • Enters member data into organizational database, as it relates to program services. In conjunction with the administration team, assures the accuracy and completeness of data collected for navigation services, including data pertaining to eligibility, selection, and employer utilization for organizational compliance.
              • In collaboration, perform regular quality checks for data entry, collects and reviews data for monthly and annual program reports.
              • Maintain accuracy of the standard operating procedure; maintains resource knowledge to provide appropriate referrals to members.
              • Participate in developing and maintaining procedures and processes connected with intake coordination and navigation under the guidance of the Navigation Services Lead.
              • Take an active approach to problem solving and process improvement for program performance and improves efficiency and outcomes.
              • Establish work priorities in a highly organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling and adhering to quality requirements, deadlines and deliverables.
              • Coordinates with Training Fund staff assigned to other programmatic areas to deliver programs and services, including assisting with the recruitment of eligible members and participants.
              • Acts as an organizational representative in all situations, setting a strong example for other staff regarding professionalism, work expectations, and organizational commitment.
              • Provide back-up coverage for team members, as needed.
              • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by Navigation Services Lead.

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • Proficiency with use of technology and data entry systems to regularly communicate, document and track member information.
              • Ability to connect with and motivate potential members and participants to engage in education and training programs at health system and/or other public spaces as needed at hours that fit incumbent healthcare professional schedules, within reason.
              • Ability to independently exercise a high level of judgment, especially in organizationally complex settings.
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals.
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing their unique needs.
              • Flexibility regarding hours; some weekend and/or early/late hours will be occasionally required.
              • Ensures compliance with proper documenting practices.
              • Excellent time management, organizational, and record keeping skills. Discipline in personal time management, self-motivation, accountability and responsibility.
              • Ability to follow privacy policies (like the Health Insurance portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) etc.) and respect confidential information.
              • Professional appearance and demeanor.
              • Adept in Microsoft Office Suite and database systems; proficiency with use of technology and data entry systems to regularly communicate, document and track information
              • Ability to work with high-performance, dynamic, collaborative, constructive peer groups
              • Commitment to personal growth and development of racial equity and inclusion, as well as a commitment to advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, access, and belonging
              • Willingness to learn; demonstrating an established history of learning and advancing own professional skills
              • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to (and passion for) working in a mission-driven organization
              • Strong Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion health care workforce access
              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts
              • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
              • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills
              • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability meet deadlines
              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
              • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software
              • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.
              • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs
              • Ability to follow privacy policies and respect for confidential information
              • Incumbents must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • Minimum of three 3 years of experience in adult education/training or workforce development.
              • Bilingual skills and intercultural communication aptitude strongly desired.
              • Knowledge and experience supporting working adults enrolled in higher education, career counseling and/or case management practices
              • Knowledge of college placement, advising, registration and enrollment processes.
              • Knowledge and experience with healthcare training programs throughout the Washington State college system, including familiarity with necessary prerequisite courses.
              • Experience in a union or labor management environment or an understanding of unions and ability to work in labor/management settings.
              • Experience with current organizational software: Salesforce, Teams, Zoom, Acuity, et al.; experience in educational recordkeeping and documenting practices.
              • Zoom meeting support experience and/or foundational IT support and training experience.
              • Proven record of positive, collaborative contributions to meet performance goals.
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
              • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington in assigned region.
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Educational Requirements:

              • Associate’s degree or equivalent lived experience related to job skills and duties– with a proven effective track record– and three (3) plus years’ relevant experience required.
              • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent demonstrated experience) preferred

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

              Work Environment:   Hybrid

              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: 27.22 – $36.93
              • Above average retirement package
              • FTE, Hourly position

              Other Benefits:

              • Generous vacation and sick leave days
              • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
              • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
              • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
              • LinkedIn learning membership
              • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
              • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
              • Two volunteer days
              • May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:
              • Gym/trainer membership stipend
              • Work-related professional development reimbursement
              • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
              • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassment-free workplace.

              Medical Assistant Apprenticeship- Instructor- Seattle (North)

              Title:  Medical Assistant Apprenticeship- Instructor- Seattle (North)

              Status: .8 FTE (Salary)

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

              Job Title:  Medical Assistant Apprenticeship- Medical Assistant Instructor- Seattle (North)                                                                                                                 

              Reports to:  Senior Manager Education Programs                                                                                                   

              Office Location: Renton, WA                                                                                       

              Worksite Designation:   Hybrid       

              Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA.  Approximately 60% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis.

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              Medical Assistant – Certified (MA-C) instructors play a critical role in the success of the Training Fund sponsored Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) Medical Assistant Apprenticeship Program. They hold the experience, skills, and knowledge needed to train the next generation of medical assistants. The person hired for this role will instruct, observe, and guide apprentices as they master the knowledge, lab skills, and competencies they need to be successful in the field. The Medical Assistant Instructor provides instruction both in-person and via online platforms to prepare medical assistant apprentices for success in the field, and helps administer the hybrid Medical Assistant Apprenticeship Program. This is a full-time staff position primarily in-person, with some hybrid online work required. The applicant must be able to work in-person at locations from Northgate to Renton as needed.

              Essential Job Functions:

              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • Provide instruction to Medical Assistant Apprentices in-person and via online platforms to multiple training sites with classes ranging in size and potentially exceeding 20 apprentices; 
              • Coordinate with clinical educators, instructors, program managers, and other program partners to provide effective instruction to medical assistant apprentices; 
              • Demonstrate laboratory skills such as venipuncture, injections, and sterile technique, and work closely with apprentices to ensure proficiency in these skills; 
              • Train new instructors and collaborate with them to create engaging lesson plans and course materials;  
              • Keep and monitor apprentice class attendance; 
              • Provide information, as requested, to apprentices’ employer mentors/supervisors regarding course content and scheduling such that employers can coordinate the apprentices’ work activities; 
              • Coordinate and provide direct support and support services to apprentices as necessary; 
              • Schedule, coordinate, and lead make-up days to ensure apprentices have the required hours for completion of their apprenticeship; 
              • Ensure each instruction location is re-stocked with supplies and equipment in a timely manner, and kept in professional order; 
              • Work cooperatively with apprentices, instructors, union staff leaders, employers, employer-based educators, local community colleges and universities, and other program partners; 
              • Interact with and maintain working relationship with students, faculty, staff and outside/community agencies to facilitate program objectives; 
              • Attend partner meetings as needed, gathering input, and discussing and resolving challenges to ensure the continued partnership and funding for the program; 
              • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is established and ensure participant information is kept confidential; 
              • Create and file various program documentation/information as required;  
              • Be on call for urgent apprentice, instructor, apprenticeship, and other developing operational issues, and have flexibility and professional skills and responsiveness for such situations, in cooperation with Training Fund staff; 
              • Assist with the design & creation of program resources and educational materials to improve the medical assistant program; 
              • Participate in the ongoing development and refinement of the medical assistant program curriculum; 
              • Work with program administrator, apprentices, instructors, and other program partners to promote a positive learning environment; 
              • Ability to travel periodically to remote instructional locations for logistics or infill instruction; 
              • Ability to work flexible hours, evenings and weekend days when scheduled; 
              • Ability to work in person at least 3 days per week at the assigned Training Fund classroom/lab or clinical site(s);   
              • Occasional to every other month full time, 5 days a week, in-person (Covid-Dependent) assignments at regional teaching/staging locations for classes and labs; 
              • Acts as an organizational representative in all situations, setting a strong example of professionalism, work completion and quality, and commitment to organizational goals and ethics; 
              • Establishes work priorities in a highly organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling and adhering to quality requirements and deadlines; and, 
              • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned. 

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • Medical Assistant – Certified – three (3) years of adult teaching experience; 
              • Minimum three (3) years of experience as a practicing MA-C/mentor/preceptor/MA supervisor, and/or other education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development work;  
              • Medical Assistant – Certified Washington State credential, active – in good standing; 
              • Ability to work with, support, and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings; 
              • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group; 
              • Ability to accept and deliver feedback in a constructive manner;  
              • Ability to connect with and motivate potential members to engage in education and training programs; 
              • Ability to work with and guide others when problem solving;  
              • Work effectively with individuals from academically, culturally, and economically diverse backgrounds and understand different learning styles; 
              • Current with changes in the field and experience incorporating work updates into practice; 
              • Participation in continuing education opportunities to maintain relevant certifications; 
              • Ensuring compliance with state and federal regulation; 
              • Attention to detail and ability to comprehend, retain, and apply specific policy information; 
              • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal; 
              • Willingness to learn and established history of learning and advancing own professional skills; 
              • Time management, organizational, and record keeping skills and discipline in personal management, self-motivation, accountability and responsibility; 
              • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to, and passion for, working in a health care opportunity and workforce expansion mission-driven organization; 
              • Flexibility regarding hours per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities is required; 
              • Ability to follow privacy policies (including but not limited to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)) and respect confidential information; 
              • Mentoring and coaching students on their professional development;  
              • Willingness to travel, as needed.  Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state; 
              • Willingness to be vaccinated as required by medical facilities hosting program clinic, clinical, and instruction locations;
              • Strong Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion health care workforce access;
              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts;
              • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
              • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail;
              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills;
              • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability meet deadlines;
              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills;
              • Organizational and data tracking skills; 
              • Proficient computer skills; 
              • Strong Zoom and/or Teams remote working tools skills; 
              • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software;
              • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.;
              • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality;
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs;
              • Ability to follow privacy policies and respect for confidential information; and,
              • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation.

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • Knowledge and experience supporting and/or assisting working adults enrolled in apprenticeship and healthcare coursework; 
              • Knowledge of student support services, college placement, advising, registration and enrollment processes; 
              • Understanding of unions and ability to work in a joint labor/management environment; 
              • Understanding of accelerated learning platforms and/or education or apprenticeship programs; 
              • Experience or knowledge of registered apprenticeship as a system; 
              • Experience educational record keeping and documenting practices; 
              • Experience meeting the needs of multiple partners and participants in employer-based workforce development programs; 
              • Zoom meeting setup experience and/or foundational IT and classroom technical equipment support and training experience (including projectors, microphones, and multi-computer configurations; 
              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff; and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings; 
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals; and,
              • Bilingual skills preferred.

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
              • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington in assigned region.
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Educational Requirements:

              • High School Diploma OR General Education Development (GED) required. 
              • Graduate of accredited program as Medical Assistant. 
              •  

              Required Licensure, Certification, Registration or Designation (List any licensure or certification required and specify name of agency.) 

              Medical Assistant-Certified credential or Interim Medical Assistant-Certified credential by date of hire/transfer. 

              Washington State Department of Health issued credential or Interim credential which expires 1 year from date of issuance. 

              Current Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) certification or must obtain within 90 days of hire/transfer. 

               

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

              Work Environment:   Hybrid

              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: $66,000 – $90,000. Dependent on education and experience.
              • Above average retirement package
              • FTE, Exempt position

              Other Benefits:

              • Generous vacation and sick leave days
              • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
              • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
              • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
              • LinkedIn learning membership
              • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
              • 14 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
              • Two volunteer days

              May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

              • Gym/trainer membership stipend
              • Work-related professional development reimbursement
              • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
              • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassment-free workplace.

              Navigator Service Lead

              Title:  Navigator Service Lead

              Status: Full Time (Salary)

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

              Job Title:  Navigator Service Lead

              Reports to:  Senior Manager of Programs

              Supervises position(s):  Regional Education Navigators, Intake Coordinator & Resource Specialists

              Office Location: Renton, WA

              Worksite Designation:    Hybrid

              Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA.  Approximately 50%—75% of the work is telework, and 50%—25% is in-person at our office, off-site, or partner locations. Must come into the office on an as-needed basis.

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              The Navigator Service Lead is an on-the-ground, direct service role, collaborating with staff as directed by the Director of Labor Management Programs, guiding a team of regional education navigators and intake coordinator & resource specialists, overseeing all aspects of navigation services for eligible Training Fund members, while coordinating all support for the assigned team. This position is largely hands-on, direct service and will carry a member case load as assigned. Navigation is core to all benefits and services provided at the Training Fund, and this position will facilitate cross collaboration including leading navigation and education services in an integrated manner for member career development. Aspects of the position responsibilities include, though are not limited to, academic support materials, career exploration, workshops, English Language Learning (ELL)/Adult Basic Education (ABE), computer skills, tutoring, and more. This position includes outreach, recruitment, and labor/management relationship efforts as guided by partner liaisons to delivery holistic organizational services.

              A successful candidate possesses expertise in healthcare education programming and acts collaboratively with partners to meet the needs of eligible Training Fund members. This position requires self-accountability and decisive judgement to dependably complete tasks accurately, appropriately, and without supervision. This role will support teams in implementation of benefit administration processes and continuous quality improvement to deliver optimum customer services for Training Fund members. A successful candidate will have strong management and supervision skills and a proven track record of effectively supporting working adults seeking career and educational advancement. A keen understanding of the needs of adult workers pursing higher education is critical (prefer understanding of the needs of incumbent healthcare workers). Experience supporting people from diverse cultural, linguistic, racial, and socio-economic backgrounds is a priority. As the Training Fund is a labor/management partnership, experience working in partnership with employers and a union and/or supporting a union workforce is strongly desired.

              This position will have responsibility for managing the regional education navigation team, intake coordinator & resource specialist team, and programmatic services, as well as the assigned team’s role in the communications, outreach, and organizational strategy to ensure the Training Fund continues to meet the education and career development needs of its members.

              This position, along with others in the Training Fund, is responsible for the safe, professional, and equal opportunity operation of all Training Fund activities.

              A candidate offered this position must be willing to occasionally work outside of traditional business hours and travel to regional locations as needed.

              Supervisory Responsibilities:  

              • Supervise Regional Education Navigators, Intake Coordinator & Resource Specialists
              • Developing and coaching staff
              • Directing and coordinating the work of staff
              • Perform regularly scheduled performance reviews
              • Provide training and guidance for staff

              Essential Job Functions:

              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • Directly supervise regional education navigators and intake coordinator & resource specialists serving regions organization-wide. This includes, hiring, training, coaching, timekeeping, and evaluating all assigned staff. This position also manages assigned contracted vendors. At the time of posting, the Training Fund has 5 regional education navigators and 3 intake coordinators & resource specialists who serve various organizational regions.
              • Assist and advise the Director of Labor Management Programs in all education services, program planning, and service delivery improvement efforts.
              • Act in day-to-day operations in close collaboration with and under the guidance of partner liaisons as well as other staff as assigned.
              • Participate in and coordinate organizational committees and staff professional development trainings; be a resource and facilitator for assigned teams’ professional development opportunities and best practices.
              • Develops and maintains an intricate knowledge of all Training Fund benefits and programs, in addition to other grant, contractual, operational and informative documents.
              • Interact closely with apprenticeship teams to coordinate navigation and participant support.
              • Support completion of HEET and other grants/special projects deliverables in close collaboration with assigned staff as project efforts intersect benefits and services.
              • Conduct onsite outreach at partner and community locations, as well as coordinate onsite outreach for other team members as assigned; implement Training Fund Communications Team strategic planning; support and coordinate recruitment for workshops, coordinate and attend recruitment activities.
              • Facilitate partnerships, collaborate with the union, participating employers, colleges, and other key external stakeholders to further Training Fund services positive impact and presence in all regions.
              • Serve as the point of contact for escalated member situations and follow through to reach appropriate resolution. Maintain a member case load as assigned.
              • Serve as a principle connection between education navigators and administrative team in close partnership with the Lead Benefit Administrator.
              • Collaboratively work towards maximizing utilization of programs, services, and benefits across programs for positive member outcomes.
              • Regularly assess data, team processes, monitoring, etc. to drive continuous improvement.
              • Assure the accuracy and completeness of data collected for navigation and other services, including data pertaining to eligibility, selection, employer utilization, and member outcomes across regions through quality checks and balances for regular agency reports and compliance.
              • Maintain respectful relationships across the team and communicate openly with team members at all times. Connect with staff on a personal face-to-face on a regular basis to understand their needs and their abilities to be successful.
              • Apply an engaged approach to problem solving and process improvement.
              • In collaboration with the Training Fund’s Education Services team, at the direction of the Director of Labor Management Programs (and the Leadership Team), develop, implement and maintain sound organizational practices including review and quality assurance procedures.
              • Develop and maintain procedures and processes connected with assigned teams and collaborate to revisit, revise, and refresh procedures and processes as appropriate.
              • Act as a signing authority for the organization on documents such as vouchers, reimbursements, invoices, and other items as appropriate.
              • Assist with the preparation of materials for the organization’s Board of Trustees meetings, staff retreats, and other circumstances as requested or assigned.
              • Act as a professional representative in all situations, setting a strong example of quality work completion and a commitment to the organizational mission, vision, and values.
              • Other duties as assigned.

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • Strong Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion health care workforce access
              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts
              • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
              • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills
              • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability meet deadlines
              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
              • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software
              • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.
              • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs
              • Ability to follow privacy policies and respect for confidential information
              • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals
              • Bilingual skills preferred

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
              • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington in assigned region.
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Educational Requirements:

              • Bachelor’s degree and 5 plus years’ experience, preferably in adult education, social services, healthcare, or related field, or equivalent education/experience.

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

              Work Environment:   Hybrid

              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: $68,289 to $90,223
              • Above average retirement package
              • FTE, Exempt position

              Other Benefits:

              • Generous vacation and sick leave days
              • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
              • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
              • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
              • LinkedIn learning membership
              • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
              • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
              • Two volunteer days

              May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

              • Gym/trainer membership stipend
              • Work-related professional development reimbursement
              • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
              • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassment-free workplace.

              Pharm-Tech Apprenticeship Instructor- Seattle (North)

              Title:  Pharm-Tech Apprenticeship- Instructor- Seattle (North)

              Status: Part-time Hourly

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

              Job Title:  Pharm – Tech Apprenticeship – Instructor – Seattle (North)                                                                                                    

              Reports to:  Senior Manager of Instruction                                                                                                   

              Office Location:

              Worksite Designation:   Hybrid, North Seattle

              Live in the Puget Sound Region Renton, WA of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA.  Approximately 60% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis.

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              The Pharmacy Technician Instructor is responsible for  providing direct instruction as well as supporting other instructors, plus technical oversight of day-to-day program cohort operations and administrative duties as required, in collaboration with the Senior Manager- Instruction, Director- Education Programs Operations and other Training Fund leaders for the Training Fund sponsored Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) apprenticeship and Pharmacy Technician Licensure.

              Essential Job Functions:

              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • Provide instruction to Pharm-tech apprentices in-person and via online platforms to multiple training sites with classes ranging in size and potentially exceeding 20 apprentices;
              • Coordinate with clinical educators, instructors, program managers, and other program partners to provide effective instruction to pharm-tech apprentices;
              • Train new instructors and collaborate with them to create engaging lesson plans and course materials;
              • Keep and monitor apprentice class attendance;
              • Provide information, as requested, to apprentices’ employer mentors/supervisors regarding course content and scheduling such that employers can coordinate the apprentices’ work activities;
              • Coordinate and provide direct support and support services to apprentices as necessary;
              • Schedule, coordinate, and lead make-up days to ensure apprentices have the required hours for completion of their apprenticeship;
              • Ensure each instruction location is re-stocked with supplies and equipment in a timely manner, and kept in professional order;
              • Work cooperatively with apprentices, instructors, union staff leaders, employers, employer-based educators, local community colleges and universities, and other program partners;
              • Interact with and maintain working relationship with students, faculty, staff and outside/community agencies to facilitate program objectives;
              • Attend partner meetings as needed, gathering input, and discussing and resolving challenges to ensure the continued partnership and funding for the program;
              • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is established and ensure participant information is kept confidential;
              • Create and file various program documentation/information as required;
              • Be on call for urgent apprentice, instructor, apprenticeship, and other developing operational issues, and have flexibility and professional skills and responsiveness for such situations, in cooperation with Training Fund staff;
              • Assist with the design & creation of program resources and educational materials to improve the medical assistant program;
              • Participate in the ongoing development and refinement of the medical assistant program curriculum;

              Additional Abilities

              • Work with program administrator, apprentices, instructors, and other program partners to promote a positive learning environment;
              • Ability to travel periodically to remote instructional locations for logistics or infill instruction;
              • Ability to work flexible hours, evenings and weekend days when scheduled;
              • Ability to work in person at least 3 days per week at the assigned Training Fund classroom/lab or clinical site(s);
              • Occasional to every other month full time, 5 days a week, in-person assignments at regional teaching/staging locations for classes and labs;
              • Acts as an organizational representative in all situations, setting a strong example of professionalism, work completion and quality, and commitment to organizational goals and ethics;
              • Establishes work priorities in a highly organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling and adhering to quality requirements and deadlines; and,
              • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • Pharmacy Technician – Certified – three (3) years of teaching experience;
              • Minimum three (3) years of experience as a practicing Pharm-tech/mentor/preceptor/Pharm-tech supervisor, and/or other education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development work;
              • Pharmacy Technician – Certified Washington State credential, active – in good standing;
              • Ability to work with, support, and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
              • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
              • Organizational and data tracking skills;
              • Ability to accept and deliver feedback in a constructive manner;
              • Ability to connect with and motivate potential members to engage in education and training programs;
              • Ability to work with and guide others when problem solving;
              • Work effectively with individuals from academically, culturally, and economically diverse backgrounds and understand different learning styles;
              • Current with changes in the field and experience incorporating work updates into practice;
              • Participation in continuing education opportunities to maintain relevant certifications;
              • Ensuring compliance with state and federal regulation;
              • Flexibility regarding hours per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities is required;
              • Ability to follow privacy policies (including but not limited to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)) and respect confidential information;
              • Mentoring and coaching students on their professional development;
              • Willingness to travel, as needed.  Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state;
              • Willingness to be vaccinated as required by medical facilities hosting program clinic, clinical, and instruction locations;
              • Strong Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion health care workforce access;
              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts;
              • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail ;
              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills ;
              • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability meet deadlines ;
              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills;
              • Attention to detail and ability to comprehend, retain, and apply specific policy information;
              • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal;
              • Willingness to learn and established history of learning and advancing own professional skills;
              • Time management, organizational, and record keeping skills and discipline in personal management, self-motivation, accountability, and responsibility;
              • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to, and passion for, working in a health care opportunity and workforce expansion mission-driven organization;
              • Strong Zoom and/or Teams remote working tools skills;
              • Proficient computer skills;
              • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software;
              • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc. ;
              • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality;
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs; and,
              • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation.

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • Knowledge and experience supporting and/or assisting working adults enrolled in apprenticeship and healthcare coursework;
              • Knowledge of student support services, college placement, advising, registration and enrollment processes;
              • Understanding of unions and ability to work in a joint labor/management environment;
              • Understanding of accelerated learning platforms and/or education or apprenticeship programs;
              • Experience or knowledge of registered apprenticeship as a system;
              • Experience educational record keeping and documenting practices;
              • Experience meeting the needs of multiple partners and participants in employer-based workforce development programs;
              • Zoom meeting setup experience and/or foundational IT and classroom technical equipment support and training experience (including projectors, microphones, and multi-computer configurations;
              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals
              • Bilingual skills preferred

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
              • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington in assigned region.
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Educational Requirements:

              • Associates Degree or higher for Pharmacy Technician candidates
              • Active Technician or Pharmacist Washington State License
              • Physical Requirements:
              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations.

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

              Work Environment:   Hybrid

              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: $31.73 – $43.27. Dependent on education and experience.
              • Temporary Part-time

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassment-free workplace.

              Pharm-tech Apprenticeship Instructor (Licensed Pharmacist) - Seattle (North)

              Title:  Pharm-tech Apprenticeship- Instructor- (Licensed Pharmacist) Seattle (North)

              Status: Part-time Hourly

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

               Job Title:  Pharm – Tech Apprenticeship – Instructor – Seattle(North)                                                                                                                 

              Reports to:  Senior Manager of Instruction  

              Worksite Designation:    Hybrid, North Seattle          

              Live in the Puget Sound Region Renton, WA n of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA.  Approximately 60% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis. 

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              The Pharmacy Technician Instructor is responsible for providing direct instruction as well as supporting other instructors, plus technical oversight of day-to-day program cohort operations and administrative duties as required, in collaboration with the Senior Manager- Instruction, Director- Education Programs Operations and other Training Fund leaders for the Training Fund sponsored Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) apprenticeship and Pharmacy Technician Licensure.

              Essential Job Functions:

              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • Provide instruction to Pharm-tech apprentices in-person and via online platforms to multiple training sites with classes ranging in size and potentially exceeding 20 apprentices; 
              • Coordinate with clinical educators, instructors, program managers, and other program partners to provide effective instruction to pharm-tech apprentices; 
              • Train new instructors and collaborate with them to create engaging lesson plans and course materials;  
              • Keep and monitor apprentice class attendance; 
              • Provide information, as requested, to apprentices’ employer mentors/supervisors regarding course content and scheduling such that employers can coordinate the apprentices’ work activities; 
              • Coordinate and provide direct support and support services to apprentices as necessary; 
              • Schedule, coordinate, and lead make-up days to ensure apprentices have the required hours for completion of their apprenticeship; 
              • Ensure each instruction location is re-stocked with supplies and equipment in a timely manner, and kept in professional order; 
              • Work cooperatively with apprentices, instructors, union staff leaders, employers, employer-based educators, local community colleges and universities, and other program partners; 
              • Interact with and maintain working relationship with students, faculty, staff and outside/community agencies to facilitate program objectives; 
              • Attend partner meetings as needed, gathering input, and discussing and resolving challenges to ensure the continued partnership and funding for the program; 
              • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is established and ensure participant information is kept confidential; 
              • Create and file various program documentation/information as required;  
              • Be on call for urgent apprentice, instructor, apprenticeship, and other developing operational issues, and have flexibility and professional skills and responsiveness for such situations, in cooperation with Training Fund staff; 
              • Assist with the design & creation of program resources and educational materials to improve the medical assistant program; 
              • Participate in the ongoing development and refinement of the medical assistant program curriculum; 

              Additional Abilities 

              • Work with program administrator, apprentices, instructors, and other program partners to promote a positive learning environment; 
              • Ability to travel periodically to remote instructional locations for logistics or infill instruction; 
              • Ability to work flexible hours, evenings and weekend days when scheduled; 
              • Ability to work in person at least 3 days per week at the assigned Training Fund classroom/lab or clinical site(s);   
              • Occasional to every other month full time, 5 days a week, in-person assignments at regional teaching/staging locations for classes and labs; 
              • Acts as an organizational representative in all situations, setting a strong example of professionalism, work completion and quality, and commitment to organizational goals and ethics; 
              • Establishes work priorities in a highly organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling and adhering to quality requirements and deadlines; and, 
              • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned. 

              Required Skills/Abilities:

              • Pharmacy Technician – Certified – three (3) years of teaching experience; 
              • Licensed Pharmacist
              • Minimum three (3) years of experience as a practicing Pharm-tech/mentor/preceptor/Pharm-tech supervisor, and/or other education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development work;  
              • Pharmacy Technician – Certified Washington State credential, active – in good standing; 
              • Ability to work with, support, and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings; 
              • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group; 
              • Organizational and data tracking skills; 
              • Ability to accept and deliver feedback in a constructive manner;  
              • Ability to connect with and motivate potential members to engage in education and training programs; 
              • Ability to work with and guide others when problem solving;  
              • Work effectively with individuals from academically, culturally, and economically diverse backgrounds and understand different learning styles; 
              • Current with changes in the field and experience incorporating work updates into practice; 
              • Participation in continuing education opportunities to maintain relevant certifications; 
              • Ensuring compliance with state and federal regulation; 
              • Flexibility regarding hours per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities is required; 
              • Ability to follow privacy policies (including but not limited to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)) and respect confidential information; 
              • Mentoring and coaching students on their professional development;  
              • Willingness to travel, as needed.  Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state; 
              • Willingness to be vaccinated as required by medical facilities hosting program clinic, clinical, and instruction locations;
              • Strong Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion health care workforce access;
              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts;
              • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail ;
              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills ;
              • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability meet deadlines ;
              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills;
              • Attention to detail and ability to comprehend, retain, and apply specific policy information; 
              • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal; 
              • Willingness to learn and established history of learning and advancing own professional skills; 
              • Time management, organizational, and record keeping skills and discipline in personal management, self-motivation, accountability, and responsibility; 
              • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to, and passion for, working in a health care opportunity and workforce expansion mission-driven organization; 
              • Strong Zoom and/or Teams remote working tools skills; 
              • Proficient computer skills; 
              • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software;
              • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc. ;
              • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality;
              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs; and,
              • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation.

              Desired Skills and Experience:

              • Knowledge and experience supporting and/or assisting working adults enrolled in apprenticeship and healthcare coursework; 
              • Knowledge of student support services, college placement, advising, registration and enrollment processes; 
              • Understanding of unions and ability to work in a joint labor/management environment; 
              • Understanding of accelerated learning platforms and/or education or apprenticeship programs; 
              • Experience or knowledge of registered apprenticeship as a system; 
              • Experience educational record keeping and documenting practices; 
              • Experience meeting the needs of multiple partners and participants in employer-based workforce development programs; 
              • Zoom meeting setup experience and/or foundational IT and classroom technical equipment support and training experience (including projectors, microphones, and multi-computer configurations; 
              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings 
              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals
              • Bilingual skills preferred

              Required Items:

              • Successful completion of background check is required
              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
              • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington in assigned region.
              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

              Educational Requirements:

              • Associates Degree or higher for Pharmacy Technician candidates 
              • Active Technician or Pharmacist Washington State License 
              • Active Pharmacist licensure/certification
              • Physical Requirements: 
              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer 
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations. 

              Physical Requirements:

              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

              Work Environment:   Hybrid

              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

              Compensation:

              • Compensation Range: $36.49 -$63.58. Dependent on education and experience.
              • Temporary Part-time

              Please Apply:

              We welcome candidates who:

              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

              Application Process

              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
              • Submit your resume and cover letter
              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

              APPLY

              Position will remain open until filled.

               

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

              The Training Fund is a harassment-free workplace.

               

              Process Improvement Specialist

              Title:  Process Improvement Specialist

              Status: Full Time (Salary)

              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands, and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

              Job Title:  Process Improvement Specialist                                                                                                                 

              Reports to:  Director of Systems 

              Office Location: Renton, WA

              Worksite Designation:   Hybrid

              Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA.  Approximately 60% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis.

              Organizational Overview:

              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

              Position Overview:

              As a Process Improvement Specialist, you will play a critical role in enhancing organizational efficiency and effectiveness by identifying and implementing process improvements. Your expertise will be essential in analyzing existing workflows, identifying bottlenecks, and implementing solutions to streamline processes and drive operational excellence. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure the successful execution of process improvement initiatives.

              Essential Job Functions:

              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities, and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

              • Process Analysis: Evaluate current organizational processes, workflows, and systems to identify areas for improvement and efficiency gains.
              • Data Development and Analysis: Analyze data and assist in the development of performance metrics, dashboards, and key performance indicators (KPIs) to quantify process inefficiencies and track improvements over time.
              • Solution Development: Facilitate process improvement workshops and meetings and collaborate with teams to develop and propose practical solutions, including process redesign, automation, and Identify tools and enhancements to technologies to support process improvement initiatives.
              • Change Management: Facilitate change management efforts by communicating proposed improvements, obtaining buy-in from stakeholders, and ensuring successful implementation.
              • Continuous Improvement: Lead or participate in continuous improvement projects, employing methodologies such as LEAN to drive ongoing process enhancements.
              • Training and Documentation: Develop training materials, standard operating procedures (SOPs), and documentation to ensure that optimized processes are effectively adopted and maintained by teams.
              • Drive change within the organization by training/ mentoring to all levels within organization on the use and practice of Continuous Improvement methodology and tools.
              • Coach, and mentor, the business toward a continuous improvement culture that fosters daily improvement involving all team members.
              • Direct and drive projects to achieve business goals by reducing waste, errors, and defects.
              • Develop and maintain the site’s LEAN transformation plan, including value stream mapping, leading Kaizen events to drive clear measurable outcomes and deliverables, and leading process improvement analysis/standardization.
              • Lead LEAN Assessment preparation and develop improvement plans based on assessment results.
              • Provide LEAN status reports for both internal and external communications including metric-based accomplishments of the transformation plan.

                    Required Skills/Abilities:

                    • Have 5+ years of experience participating in LEAN/Continuous Improvement, including knowledge and experience with LEAN, 6 Sigma, 5S, or other related principles.
                    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to collect, interpret, and present. data to identify opportunities for improvement.
                    • Experience in process improvement methodologies such as LEAN.
                    • Excellent project management skills.
                    • Effective communication and interpersonal abilities to work collaboratively across departments.
                    • Change management expertise with the ability to lead and influence others.
                    • Familiarity with process automation and technology solutions is a plus.
                    • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
                    • Strong commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion heath care workforce access.
                    • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts.
                    • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills.
                    • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability meet deadlines.
                    • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
                    • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.
                    • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism, and confidentiality.
                    • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs.
                    • Ability to follow privacy policies and respect for confidential information.
                    • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.
                    • Incumbent must have skills, abilities, and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation.

                          Desired Skills and Experience:

                          • Proven experience in process improvement, business process reengineering, with a minimum of 5 years in related roles.
                          • Certification in process improvement methodologies is desirable.
                          • Strong project management skills with a focus on delivering results within deadlines.
                          • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
                          • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
                          • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings.
                          • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals.
                          • Experience in healthcare, non-profit or training and education program is a plus.
                          • Bilingual skills preferred.

                            Required Items:

                            • Successful completion of background check is required.
                            • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington in assigned region.
                            • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle.
                            • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating.
                            • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

                            Educational Requirements:

                            • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Operations Management, Engineering, Public Administration, Public Health, Health Administration, Organizational Development or a related field; Master’s degree preferred.
                            • LEAN Green Belt certified required.  Black Belt preferred.

                            Physical Requirements:

                            • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
                            • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times.
                            • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations.

                            Work Environment:   Hybrid

                            This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

                            Compensation:

                            • Compensation Range: $67,724.80-$86,696
                            • Above average retirement package
                            • 1.0 FTE, Exempt position

                            Other Benefits:

                            • Generous vacation and sick leave days
                            • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
                            • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
                            • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
                            • LinkedIn learning membership
                            • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
                            • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
                            • Two volunteer days

                            May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

                            • Gym/trainer membership stipend
                            • Work-related professional development reimbursement
                            • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
                            • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

                            Please Apply:

                            We welcome candidates who:

                            • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
                            • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
                            • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
                            • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

                            Application Process

                            At the Training Fund, we value our culture and care about diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Because of this, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

                            To apply, click on the link below where you will:

                            • Complete the application with your three references from previous employers
                            • Submit your resume and cover letter
                            • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

                            APPLY

                            Position will remain open until filled.

                             

                            This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

                            The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining of discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

                            The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

                            The Training Fund is a harassment free workplace.

                            Regional Education Navigator

                            Title:  Regional Education Navigator

                            Status: Full Time (Salary)

                            This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

                            Job Title:  Regional Education Navigator                                                                                                                

                            Reports to:  Navigation Services Lead                                                                                                   

                            Office Location: Renton, WA

                            Worksite Designation:   Hybrid

                            Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA.  Approximately 50% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis. Our organizational efforts require working with employees, hospital systems, and partners who have non-traditional hours.  You may be required to attend meetings or meet with partners or members in the early morning, evening, or weekends.

                            Organizational Overview:

                            The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

                            Position Overview:

                            The Regional Education Navigator is responsible for the coordination and implementation of a variety of Training Fund (TF) and Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC), Apprenticeship and additional healthcare education/workforce development programs and services to members in the Greater Seattle Region along with other regions as assigned and/or with specifically assigned groups. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Navigation Services Lead to provide education navigation services to eligible healthcare workers, adhere to Training Fund benefit administration processes, and facilitate outreach and projects in relation to the assigned region. The Regional Education Navigator with collaboration of the internal team works to build lasting partnerships with our members, the union, employers and community partners. Candidates will be evaluated on the full range of their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience, and direct and transferable skills.

                            Essential Job Functions:

                            Candidates must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

                            • Coordinates and executes programs, benefits, and services over a specific geographic area and/or with specifically assigned groups.
                            • Provides career and education navigation services to eligible members including career counseling, career and academic planning & navigation of systems and services including assisting with career goals and identifying service options.
                            • Facilitate implementation of all active projects and services, including those connected to grants and special projects.
                            • Supports the retention of working adult students in education programs from initial enrollment to graduation, assisting to remove barriers to member success, including completing referrals and the coordination of services.
                            • Connect regularly with members to assess needs and eligible supportive services.
                            • In collaboration with the Outreach Team, facilitate outreach events and field work for the assigned geographic region.
                            • In collaboration with the Navigation Services Lead, connects members to academic services provided through the Training Fund (including tutoring English language learning and basic skills).
                            • Reviews application materials, inform members of rights and responsibilities in regards to receiving funding and maintain member confidentiality.
                            • In conjunction with the administration team, assures the accuracy and completeness of data collected for the program, including data pertaining to eligibility, employer utilization and student outcomes.
                            • In collaboration with other Training Fund staff and teams, collects and reviews data for monthly and annual program reports.
                            • Develops, and works independently to maintain positive relationships with area union leaders, employers, local community colleges, colleges and universities, and other program partners.
                            • Build partnership in the community to be able to provide external referrals and coordinated services for member support and retention; this includes resources connected with childcare, housing resources, transportation etc.
                            • Coordinates with Training Fund staff assigned to deliver programs targeted for members in the region and/or with specifically assigned groups.
                            • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

                            Additional Job Functions:

                            • May be required to make presentations to members, partners, or other audiences.
                            • May participate as member of a team that analyzes program performance, member experiences, and recommends procedures and new systems to improve efficiency and outcomes.

                            Required Skills/Abilities:

                            • Minimum of three (3) years of experience in adult education/training or workforce development field.
                            • Knowledge and experience with career counseling and educational case management/navigation practices.
                            • Direct professional knowledge pertaining to Behavioral Health, Substance Use Disorders, and Peer Counseling to populations experiencing trauma, addiction, and recovery.
                            • Must be self-motivated, a self-starter and have strong skills in multitasking.
                            • Excellent interpersonal skills, face-to-face, telephone and email interactions.
                            • Personable, friendly, and customer service-oriented.
                            • Demonstrated success working independently and on a team to meet performance goals.
                            • A commitment to working with diverse members, staff and employer partners who have a variety of work and communication styles.
                            • Ability to connect with and motivate potential members to engage in education and training programs.
                            • Knowledge of underrepresented populations in higher education.
                            • Experience managing an active case load.
                            • Experience in a union or labor management environment or an understanding of unions and ability to work in a labor/management environment.
                            • Excellent time management, organizational, and record keeping skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines
                            • Strong Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion health care workforce access
                            • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts
                            • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com
                            • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality
                            • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs
                            • Ability to follow privacy policies and respect for confidential information

                              Desired Skills and Experience:

                              • Bilingual skills and intercultural communication aptitude strongly desired.
                              • Understanding of healthcare workers, or experience with healthcare training programs throughout the Washington State college system, including familiarity with necessary prerequisite courses.
                              • Extensive skills to operate as a servant leader, planner, facilitator, problem-solver, coach, and motivator, including experience with student coaching and/or change management.
                              • Knowledge pertaining to labor management and union relations, and environment; experience working with multiple partners and stakeholders is strongly preferred.
                              • Experience with current organizational software: Salesforce, Teams, Monday.com, Zoom, Acuity, et al.; experience in educational recordkeeping and documenting practices.
                              • Zoom meeting support experience and/or foundational IT support and training experience.
                              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals

                              Required Items:

                              • Successful completion of background check is required
                              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
                              • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington in assigned region.
                              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating

                              Educational Requirements:

                              • Bachelor’s degree and 3 plus years’ experience preferably in adult education, social services, healthcare or related field, or equivalent lived experience related to job skills and duties.
                              • Master’s Degree (or equivalent demonstrated experience) preferred.

                              Physical Requirements:

                              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
                              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
                              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

                              Work Environment:   Hybrid

                              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

                              Compensation:

                              • Compensation Range: $ 67,725 – $71,098
                              • Above average retirement package
                              • FTE, Exempt position

                              Other Benefits:

                              • Generous vacation and sick leave days
                              • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
                              • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
                              • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
                              • LinkedIn learning membership
                              • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
                              • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
                              • Two volunteer days

                              May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

                              • Gym/trainer membership stipend
                              • Work-related professional development reimbursement
                              • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
                              • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

                              Please Apply:

                              We welcome candidates who:

                              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
                              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
                              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
                              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

                              Application Process

                              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

                              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

                              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
                              • Submit your resume and cover letter
                              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

                              APPLY

                              Position will remain open until filled.

                               

                              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

                              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

                              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

                              The Training Fund is a harassment-free workplace.

                               

                              Substance Use Disorder Professional Instructor

                              Title:  Substance Use Disorder Professional Instructor

                              Status: Full Time (Salary)

                              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, but is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and subject to change to meet the needs of the Training Fund and funding requirements.

                              Job Title:  Substance Use Disorder Professional Instructor 

                              Reports to:  Sr. Manager of Instruction                                                                                                   

                              Office Location: Renton, WA

                              Worksite Designation:   Hybrid

                              Live in the Puget Sound Region of the State of Washington with a reasonable commute to Renton, WA.  Approximately 60% of the work is in-person in various partner locations, 40% is telework from home, and 10% at office.  Must go to partner locations or come into the office on an as-needed basis.

                              Organizational Overview:

                              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund (Training Fund) is a non-profit, labor/management partnership including eight major healthcare employers and the largest healthcare union in Washington State.  The Training Fund was formed in 2008 and is a statewide program that addresses the workforce needs of participating employers and supports the career, knowledge, and skill aspirations of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW members.  The Training Fund is the sponsor of the state-registered Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) and of the Virtual Healthcare Institute (VHI) serving a range of regional employers, unions, union members, and student candidates.

                              Position Overview:

                              The Behavioral Health Instructor supports the direction, development, implementation, and facilitation of the Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) Substance Use Disorder Professional (SUDP) and Behavioral Health Technician (BHT) apprenticeship program.  The instructor, in cooperation with the Consortium team, conducts instruction and assists with the technical and instructional operations of the SUDP and BHT Programs.  This includes providing direct instruction and administrative duties as required, in collaboration with the Director of Program Operations, Senior Manager of Instruction, and Behavioral Health Technical Coordinator, Implementation Specialist and external partners. Candidates will be evaluated on the full range of their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience, and direct and transferable skills.

                              Essential Job Functions:

                              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation:

                              • Provide instruction to Behavioral Health apprentices in-person and via online platforms;
                              • Grade assignments and update grades in Learning Management System (LMS) in a timely manner; give feedback about apprentices’ performance;
                              • Support student success through supporting individual and/or group tutoring sessions, guidance, coaching to meet program goals and outcomes in alignment with HCAC education operations;
                              • Support other instructors/contractors to schedule, facilitate, and provide instruction and other assigned duties;
                              • Support administrative work that aligns with instruction as assigned;
                              • Keep and monitor apprentice class attendance;
                              • Assist with maintenance of program curriculum, meeting L&I’s Apprenticeship Section, Department of Health (DOH), partner community college, Washington State Board of Community and Technical College (SBCTC), as scheduled;
                              • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is established and ensure participant information is kept confidential;
                              • Be on call for urgent apprentice needs, instructor, lab, clinical, developing operational issues, having flexibility, professional skills, and responsiveness for such situation with the educational program team.
                              • Ability to travel periodically to remote instructional locations for logistics or infill instruction; ability to work in person at the Consortium lab/classroom locations, and potentially full-time clinical instruction during clinical periods;
                              • Other duties as assigned.

                               

                              Substance Use Disorder Professional – Courses to be taught

                              Understanding Substance Use Disorder & Medication Management

                              Ethical Framework for Counseling

                              Documentation I

                              Documentation II

                              Group Counseling

                              Individual Counseling

                              Relapse Prevention

                              Suicide Prevention

                              Co-Occurring Conditions

                              Trauma Informed Care

                              Health Equity & Cultural Competence

                              Crisis Management

                              Developmental Psychology

                              Abnormal Psychology

                              Family Counseling & Referral

                              Adolescent Counseling

                              Behavioral Health Technician – Potential courses to be taught as a substitute or provide additional training support for expertise in subject matters related to addiction

                              Professional Development

                              Working with Others

                              Medication Management

                              Working with Others

                              Motivational Interviewing

                              Providing Services

                              Professional & Ethical Conduct

                              Documentation

                              De-escalation and Crisis Management

                              Cultural Competency and Individualized Care Status

                              Trauma Informed Care

                              Required Skills/Abilities:

                              • Minimum three (3) years of experience in adult education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development;
                              • Active SUDP license;
                              • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, and constructive peer group;
                              • Documented experience working in an environment with multiple partners and stakeholders;
                              • Experience working with a broad range of collaborative partners and participants at multiple and varied skill levels and experiences;
                              • Proficiency with use of technology and data entry systems to regularly communicate, document and track student information;
                              • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite;
                              • Proficiency with one or more learning management systems
                              • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing participants’ unique needs.
                              • Ability to connect with and motivate potential members to engage in education and apprenticeships;
                              • Working knowledge and understanding of the BHT role in clinical settings
                              • Attention to detail and ability to comprehend, retain, and apply specific policy information;
                              • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal;
                              • Willingness to learn and established history of learning and advancing own professional skills;
                              • Time management, organizational, and record keeping skills and discipline in personal management, self-motivation, accountability, responsibility and proven ability to meet deadlines;
                              • Ability to follow privacy policies (including but not limited to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)) and respect confidential information;
                              • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to, and passion for, working in a health care opportunity and workforce expansion mission-driven organization;
                              • Flexibility regarding hours per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities as required;
                              • Willingness to travel, as needed. Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state;
                              • Willingness and flexibility to coordinate classes and provide instruction via online platform to multiple training sites with classes ranging in size and not exceeding 20 Candidates.
                              • Strong Commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion health care workforce access
                              • Ability to critically evaluate and prioritize information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts
                              • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
                              • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
                              • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills
                              • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
                              • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s databases, including, but not limited to Salesforce, Rouxbe, Financial Edge, Monday.com, Canvas, Sharepoint, etc.
                              • Ability to work with integrity, credibility, professionalism and confidentiality
                              • Incumbent must have skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities, with or without reasonable accommodation

                              Desired Skills and Experience:

                              • Knowledge and experience supporting instructors, educational administrators and/or assisting working adults enrolled in apprenticeship and healthcare coursework;
                              • Knowledge of student support services, college placement, advising, registration and enrollment processes;
                              • Understanding of unions and ability to work in a joint labor/management environment;
                              • Understanding of accelerated learning platforms and/or education or apprenticeship programs;
                              • Experience or knowledge of registered apprenticeship as a system;
                              • Experience educational record keeping and documenting practices;
                              • Experience meeting the needs of multiple partners and participants in employer-based workforce development programs;
                              • Zoom and/or Microsoft Teams meeting support experience and/or foundational IT and classroom technical equipment support and training experience;
                              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals; and
                              • Willingness to travel, as needed. Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state;
                              • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
                              • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals;
                              • Bilingual skills preferred.

                              Required Items:

                              • Successful completion of background check is required
                              • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
                              • Needs to live in or move to the State of Washington in assigned region.
                              • COVID-19 complete vaccination, shot documentation required or proof of meeting state or federal law, including medical disability under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, for not vaccinating
                              • Candidates will be evaluated on their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience and direct and transferable skills.

                              Educational Requirements:

                              • SUDP or higher, active certification, sufficient to qualify to teach program courses.  (See list above)
                              • 3 years’ experience – combination of teaching, SUDP practice, or Clinical Supervisory experience preferred.  Consideration of other lived experience related to job skills, duties and teaching may be considered.
                              • Meets WAC 296-05-003 standards for instruction:

                              An instructor providing related supplemental instruction who has demonstrated satisfactory performance in the occupation for a minimum of three years beyond the customary learning period for that occupation and who:

                              (a) Meets the requirements of the state board for community and technical colleges for a vocational-technical instructor; or

                              (b) Is recognized within an industry as having expertise in a specific occupation and is a subject matter expert; and

                              (c) Has training in teaching techniques and adult learning styles. The training may be acquired before, or within one year after, the competent instructor begins to provide related supplemental instruction.

                              Physical Requirements:

                              • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
                              • Must be able to lift 15 pounds at times
                              • Must be able to access and navigate the TF’s facilities, partner organizations, and classroom locations

                              Work Environment:   Hybrid

                              This position provides services primarily in Washington State remotely and in person. Training Fund educational operations include limited program work in Oregon and Alaska. The position requires various “in-person” involvement with apprentices, employers, instructors, and community partners at multiple locations; other portions of this role will be split between telework work and the Training Fund office. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during some non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with participants and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public places (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. Note: COVID restrictions may require a higher level of remote work.

                              Compensation:

                              • Compensation Range: $66,000 – $90,000. Depending on education and experience.
                              • Above average retirement package
                              • FTE, Exempt position

                              Other Benefits:

                              • Generous vacation and sick leave days
                              • Medical insurance paid in full for yourself and family through Kaiser Permanente
                              • Dental insurance paid in full for yourself and family through MetLife
                              • Disability and life Insurance through the Hartford Group
                              • LinkedIn learning membership
                              • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
                              • 11 Annual Paid Holidays, 3 personal holidays and winter break (closed 12/24 – 12/31)
                              • Two volunteer days

                              May be eligible for the following incidental benefits:

                              • Gym/trainer membership stipend
                              • Work-related professional development reimbursement
                              • Internet stipend (full-time “telework” or “hybrid” staff who are not provided inter access through other means)
                              • Commute stipend (“Occasional” worksite designated positions only)

                              Please Apply:

                              We welcome candidates who:

                              • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation history.
                              • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome oriented.
                              • Are willing to grow in personal and professional learnings of social and racial justice.
                              • Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers.

                              Application Process

                              At the Training Fund, we value our culture and prioritize diversity and inclusion more than what college you attended or what company you worked for before. Therefore, we include objective assessments and a one-way digital video interview in our process to give you the opportunity to shine beyond your resume, reduce bias, and help our hiring team make better decisions.  All our candidates are asked to go through this process so we can evaluate everyone equally.

                              To apply, click on the link below where you will:

                              • Complete the application and provide three references from previous employers
                              • Submit your resume and cover letter
                              • Complete the assessment(s) and video interview

                              APPLY

                              Position will remain open until filled.

                               

                              This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of this position. It is not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands or work environment conditions. Position descriptions and job responsibilities before and after hire are subject to revision to meet the changing needs of our labor/management partnership. This is an at-will, exempt, and variable work schedule and location position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

                              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining about discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

                              The SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discriminatory policy and is an equal-opportunity employer.  Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual, and LGBTQ+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with differing abilities to perform the essential functions.

                              The Training Fund is a harassment-free workplace.

                               

                              Contract Positions

                              EVS Instructor

                              Job Description

                              The position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and revised to meet the changing needs of the labor/management partnership.

                              Title: Part-time Temporary Instructor of Environmental Services
                              Reports To: Director of Labor Management Programs of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training and Education Fund

                              Position Overview

                              Adult Education Instructor of Environmental Services to Incumbent Healthcare workers. Supports EVS workers by teaching core competencies and evaluating progress via assessments.

                              All instructors are required to participate in an Instructor training. Candidates will be evaluated on the full range of their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience, and direct and transferable skills.

                              Essential Functions

                              Incumbent must have the skills, abilities and judgment to perform the following essential job duties and responsibilities:

                              • Ability to teach day/evenings (swing shift). This is a 24-hour EVS training program (three eight-hour days), for one or two trainings per month (additional trainings may be added)
                              • Ability to effectively teach curriculum via an online platform
                              • Ability to travel for in-person instruction at local hospitals, or other designated locations, when possible or necessary (ability to meet facility/campus COVID-19 requirements)
                              • Effectively teach subject matter to a diverse group of adult students
                              • Monitor and assess the progress of students
                              • Work closely with Training Fund staff to address students’ needs
                              • Assist in creating innovative solutions to improve the curriculum and the teaching/learning process

                              Required Skills and Experience:

                              • Experience teaching/training adults
                              • Experience with training and educating on EVS duties, preferably in a healthcare facility
                              • Relative experience – Two (2) years’ work experience in healthcare, or other demonstrated, documented equivalent experience, supervisory or lead experience
                              • Excellent organizational, record keeping,  and written and verbal communication skills
                              • Work effectively with individuals from academically, culturally and economically diverse backgrounds
                              • Knowledge of proper infection control and blood borne pathogens precautions procedures
                              • Knowledge of proper usage of body mechanics related to lifting/moving heavy items
                              • Valid Washington State Driver License
                              • Proof of vaccination

                              Desired Skills and Experience:

                              • Experience working with diverse students, English Language Learners and students with low computer technology skills
                              • Working knowledge of adult education theory and best practices
                              • Knowledge of healthcare equipment and cleaning chemicals
                              • Use of related housekeeping equipment
                              • Demonstrate knowledge of special procedural precautions necessary for isolation room cleaning (i.e. MRSA, TB, etc.)
                              • Knowledge of proper EVS Safety and Disaster and/or Emergency response procedures
                              • Bi-lingual

                              Compensation

                              Instructor Rate: $60/hour

                              Application Process

                              Please submit your resume, a short paragraph describing your teaching/training skills, and three professional references to:

                              SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training and Education Fund
                              15 S Grady Way, Suite 321
                              Renton, WA 98057
                              (425) 255-0315

                              www.healthcareerfund.org

                              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training and Education Fund has a non-discrimination policy and is an equal opportunity employer. Women, persons of color, bilingual/multilingual and LGBTQ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

                              Tutor (hourly contractor)

                              Job Description

                              The position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and revised to meet the changing needs of the labor/management partnership.

                              Title: Tutor (Hourly Contractor)
                              Reports To: Program and Contract Coordinator

                              Position Overview

                              The SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training and Education Fund is looking for tutors to support hospital employees pursuing degrees and certifications in high demand healthcare fields. We regularly need tutors in the following areas:

                              • Biology, Math, Chemistry, Computer Applications, Psychology, ELL, ABE, GED
                              • English and Writing
                              • Healthcare Fields (i.e. Nursing, Medical Assisting)

                              Candidates will be evaluated on the full range of their lived and learned experience, professional background, volunteer experience, and direct and transferable skills.

                              Essential Functions

                              • Ability to travel to local hospitals in the area to tutor(especially: Renton, West Seattle, Burien, Tacoma, Everett)
                              • Ability to adapt tutoring style to meet the needs of the student
                              • Ability to tutor students during off hours, such as nights and weekends
                              • Ability to meet with students virtually to meet COVID-19 safety standards.

                              Educational Requirements

                              • Experience teaching adults
                              • Bachelor Degree (preferred)
                              • Experience working with a diverse student population and English Language Learners
                              • Bi-lingual (optional)
                              • or equivalent lived experience related to job skills and duties.

                              Responsibilities

                              • Effectively teach subject matter one-on-one or to a small group of adult students
                              • Work closely with the Educational Support Services team to address students’ instructional needs
                              • Monitor the progress of students and report out as required

                              Application Process

                              Please submit a resume, a short paragraph describing your tutoring skills and experience, your general availability (with days/times you are likely available to tutor) and three references to . Please let us know how you heard about the position with your submission.

                              Compensation

                              Pay: $28 an hour. Position is part time, contracted hourly.

                              Equal Employment Opportunity Workplace

                              The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer. All employees and potential employees are entitled to be treated respectfully and without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, age, political ideology, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or disability. Employees are protected from retaliation for complaining of discrimination, opposing discrimination, and cooperating in discrimination investigations.

                              The Training Fund is a harassment free workplace.

                              Please contact Audrey Slade for more information.

                               

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