Employment Opportunities

Current Job Openings with the Training Fund

Behavioral Health Technical Program Administrator / Backup SUDP Instructor

Job Description

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’s labor/management partnership and funding requirements. This is an at-will position.

Title: Behavioral Health Technical Program Administrator /  Backup SUDP Instructor (full time needed)
Reports To: Director of Apprenticeship

Position Overview

The Behavioral Health (BH) Program Technical Program Administrator/Substance Use Disorder Professional (SUDP) Backup Instructor is responsible for the technical coordination of the operation, development, implementation, curriculum, supplies and facilities coordination, and instructor scheduling of the Training Fund sponsored Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) behavioral health apprenticeship program, including SUDP, Peer Counselor, and Behavioral Health Tech occupations. The Administrator, in cooperation with the Training Fund staff, serves as backup instructor on an as needed/infill basis and leads in the technical and instructional operations of the BH program. This includes 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 Director of Apprenticeship and the Apprenticeship Coordinator.

Essential Functions

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

  • Coordinate and administrate technical BH apprenticeship program operations to include program scheduling, ordering/delivery of program materials and equipment, student enrollment, financial aid, tours, safety, and other curriculum and administrative tasks related to high quality program delivery;
  • Coordinate and facilitate instructor, cohort, and planning meetings supporting the Behavioral Health programs;
  • Participate in and coordinate the development, revision and maintenance of BH apprenticeship curriculum, meeting L&I’s Apprenticeship Section, Department of Health (DOH), partner community college, Washington State Board of Community and Technical College (SBCTC) and Washington State Apprenticeship and Training Council (WSATC) standards;
  • Support the recruitment, interviewing and hiring of apprenticeship instructors as needed, ensuring instructor/contractors participate in new instructor training and understands and is able to perform to the responsibilities of their instructor position;
  • Support the development and implementation of all Behavioral Health Apprenticeship programs, ensuring programs are delivered in accordance to Training Fund, HCAC, Labor and Industries (L&I), and other regulatory and stakeholder standards, policies and procedures, contracted obligations and within funding budgets;
  • Facilitate and/or provide instruction to Behavioral Health Apprentices in-person and via online platforms to multiple training sites with classes ranging in size and potentially exceeding 20 Apprentices per section spread across the Northwest region;
  • Develop, maintain, and provide information, to apprentices, apprentices’ employers, mentor/preceptors, and supervisors regarding course content and scheduling such that employers can coordinate the apprentice’s work activities and competency reviews;
  • Facilitate and 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;
  • Coordinate and provide direct support and support services to apprentices as necessary;
  • Coordinate and lead, as needed, Apprentice make-up days to ensure Apprentices have the required hours for completion of their Behavioral Health apprenticeship;
  • Compile mid and post-program assessments and data analyses providing outcomes to leadership and project partners;
  • Support other instructors/contractors to schedule, facilitate, and provide instruction and other assigned duties;
  • Arrange for, coordinate, and monitor each apprentice instruction location, including space scheduling, IT equipment and supplies and equipment.
  • Assist with database logging of apprentice hours and competency checks, and uploading this information to the State of Washington;
  • Work cooperatively with Apprentices, Apprentice Technical Instructors, union staff leaders, employers, local community colleges and universities, and other program partners;
  • Coordinate with Training Fund staff assigned to other programmatic areas to deliver programs and services;
  • Work with local WDCs, employers, community-based organizations, and other relevant organizations to promote and expand the program;
  • Interact with and maintain working relationship with students, faculty, staff and outside/community agencies to facilitate program objectives;
  • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is established and ensure participant information is kept confidential;
  • Coordinate and/or keep and monitor apprentice class attendance;
  • Ensure timely assembly and collection of reports, data and statistical information regarding the demographic make-up of program participants;
  • Coordinate and/or file all program documentation as required (manually and electronically); supervise the accuracy and completeness of data collected, including eligibility, selection, and employer utilization and outcomes, including preparation of proper documentation and quality checks for regular and special agency, compliance, and grant reports;
  • Evaluate program effectiveness to develop improved methods; implement evaluation methodology; analyze results and recommend and/or take appropriate action in a timely manner;
  • 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 the Consortium educational
  • Ability to travel periodically or on a semi-regular basis to remote instructional locations for logistics or infill instruction; ability to work in person at least 3 days per week at the assigned Training Fund classroom/lab, and potentially full time (Covid dependent) in person at alternate teaching/staging locations for Behavioral Health apprenticeship classes and
  • 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,
  • 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 and complete work priorities in a highly organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling and adhering to quality requirements and deadlines.
  • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum five (5) years of experience in adult education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development (new part-time instructors may have less experience);
  • Substance Use Disorder Professional (SUDP) – Certified Washington State credential, active;
  • Bachelors or Master’s degree in Behavioral Health related/supporting field;
  • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
  • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
  • Documented experience working in an environment with multiple and politically diverse partners and stakeholders;
  • Experience working with a broad range of collaborative partners and participants at multiple and highly 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;
  • Strong Zoom and Teams remote working tools skills, and ability to supervise and coordinate staff, instructors, and contractors working with remote learning and communication equipment and software packages;
  • Proficiency with one or more learning management systems;
  • Advanced spreadsheet skills and experience;
  • Experience working with diverse populations;
  • 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 situations including joint labor and management decisional settings;
  • 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;
  • 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 commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity, and to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion heath care workforce access;
  • Flexibility regarding hours per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities is required. Most but not all work is conducted during ordinary business hours.  Instruction to be coordinated and supervised may occur during evening and weekend hours;
  • Successful completion of background check is required;
  • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle;
  • Willingness to travel, as needed. Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state with occasional trips to Oregon;
  • COVID vaccination and booster shot required or proof of meeting ADA guidelines for not being vaccinated

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 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 support experience and/or foundational IT and classroom technical equipment support and training experience;
  • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals; and
  • Bi-lingual skills preferred.

Educational Requirements

  • Washington SUDP (with underlying program completion)
  • 5 years plus years’ experience – combination of teaching and SUDP or Counseling practice
  • Bachelors or Master’s degree in related/supporting field
  • Additional or alternate education or experience considered.

Compensation

  • Annual salary beginning at $78,000 for SUDP plus Behavioral Health Bachelor’s degree; $87,000 for SUDP plus Behavioral Health Master’s degree
  • Competitive compensation and benefit package, including contribution to 403(b)[like a 401(k)], and health and dental insurance.
  • 1.0 FTE, Exempt position (Grant Funded through June 2024. Position will be extended if additional funding is obtained)

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 Details

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Application Process

Please email resume and cover letter to Audrey Slade:

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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Nursing Assistant Instructor / Assistant Coordinator

Job Description

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’s labor/management partnership and funding requirements. This is an at-will position.

Title: Nursing Assistant Instructor/Assistant Coordinator (RN Required)
Reports To: Director of Apprenticeship

Position Overview

The Nursing Assistant Instructor/Assistant Coordinator is responsible for assisting in the coordination of the operation, development, implementation, curriculum, supplies and facilities coordination, and instructor scheduling of the Training Fund sponsored Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) Nursing Assistant program.  The Assistant Coordinator, in cooperation with the Training Fund staff and the Technical Director, conducts instruction and supports the technical and instructional operations of the NAC program.  This includes providing instruction to students as well as supporting other instructors, plus oversight of day to day program operations and administrative duties as required, in collaboration with the Director of Apprenticeship, the Apprenticeship Coordinator and Nursing Assistant Program Technical Director.

Essential 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 Nursing Assistant students in-person and via online platforms to multiple training sites with classes ranging in size and potentially exceeding 20 students;
  • Keep and monitor student class attendance;
  • Provide information, as requested, to student’s employer mentors/supervisors regarding course content and scheduling such that employers can coordinate the student’s work activities;
  • Coordinate and provide direct support and support services to students as necessary;
  • Coordinate and lead, as needed, student make-up days to ensure students have the required hours for completion of their courses;
  • Compile mid and post-program assessments providing outcomes to leadership and project partners;
  • Assist in supporting other instructors/contractors to schedule, facilitate, and provide instruction and other assigned duties;
  • Assist in coordinate and facilitate instructor and operational meetings, supporting the NAC program;
  • Assist in the recruitment, interviewing and hiring of instructors as needed, ensuring instructor/contractors participate in new instructor training and understands and is able to perform to the responsibilities of their instructor position;
  • Ensure each instruction location is re-stocked with supplies and equipment in a timely manner;
  • Assist in the coordinating the 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;
  • Assist with database logging of student hours and competency checks, and uploading this information for the Training Fund and to the State of Washington;
  • Assist, as needed, in the development and implementation of Nursing Assistant program, ensuring programs are delivered in accordance to Training Fund, HCAC, Labor and Industries (L&I), and other regulatory and stakeholder standards, policies and procedures, contracted obligations and within funding budgets;
  • Assist, as needed, in the development, revision and maintenance of curriculum, meeting, Department of Health (DOH), partner community college, Washington State Board of Community and Technical College (SBCTC) and any other regulatory agency standards.
  • Work cooperatively with Students, Instructors, union staff leaders, employers, local community colleges and universities, and other program partners;
  • Coordinate with Training Fund staff assigned to other programmatic areas to deliver programs and services;
  • Assist in communicating with local WDCs, employers, community-based organizations, and other relevant organizations to promote and expand the program;
  • Interact with and maintain working relationship with students, faculty, staff and outside/community agencies to facilitate program objectives;
  • Attend, as needed, 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;
  • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is established and ensure participant information is kept confidential;
  • Assist in ensuring timely assembly and collection of reports, data and statistical information regarding the demographic make-up of program participants;
  • File all program documentation as required (manually and electronically); assist in verifying the accuracy and completeness of data collected, including eligibility, selection, and employer utilization and outcomes, including preparation of proper documentation and quality checks for regular and special agency, compliance, and grant reports;
  • Assist in the evaluation of program effectiveness to develop improved methods; implement evaluation methodology; analyze results and recommend and/or take appropriate action in a timely manner;
  • Be on call for urgent student, instructor, and other developing operational issues, and have flexibility and professional skills and responsiveness for such situations, in cooperation with Training Fund staff.
  • Ability to travel periodically to remote instructional locations for logistics or infill instruction; ability to work in person at least 3 days per week at the assigned Training Fund classroom/lab, and potentially full time (Covid dependent) in person at alternate teaching/staging locations for classes and labs.
  • Develop and recommend new or revised program goals and objectives;
  • Coordinate with program partners to implement participant completion events;
  • Document position procedures and processes;
  • Acts as an organizational representative in all situations, setting a strong example of professionalism, work completion and quality, and commitment to organizational goals and
  • Establishes work priorities in a highly organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling and adhering to quality requirements and
  • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum five (5) years of preceptorship experience and/or experience in adult education/training;
  • Registered Nurse – Certified Washington State license, active;
  • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
  • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
  • 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
  • Advanced spreadsheet skills and experience;
  • Strong Zoom and Teams remote working tools skills;
  • Experience working with diverse populations;
  • 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 situations including joint labor and management decisional settings;
  • 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;
  • 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 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 per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities is required;
  • Successful completion of background check is required;
  • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle;
  • Willingness to travel, as needed. Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state with occasional trips to Oregon;
  • Willingness and flexibility to coordinate classes and provide instruction via online platform to multiple training sites with classes ranging in size and often exceeding 20 Candidates.
  • COVID vaccination and booster shot required or proof of meeting ADA guidelines for not being vaccinated

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Knowledge and experience supporting instructors, educational administrators and/or assisting working adults enrolled in healthcare coursework;
  • Knowledge of student support services, college placement, advising, registration and enrollment processes;
  • Understanding of unions and ability to work in a labor/management environment;
  • Understanding of accelerated learning platforms and/or education 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 support experience and/or foundational IT and classroom technical equipment support and training experience;
  • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals; and
  • Bilingual skills preferred.

Educational Requirements

  • Associates Degree in Nursing (Preferred Bachelor’s Degree or Higher)
  • Active Washington State Nursing License
  • Additional education considered.

Compensation

$78,000 – 83,000 annually, DOE.  Position will remain open until filled.

Application Process

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Application Process

Please email resume and cover letter to Audrey Slade:

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.

Medical Assistant Administrator / Instructor

Job Description

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’s labor/management partnership and funding requirements. This is an at-will position.

Title: Medical Assistant (MA-C) Administrator/Instructor
Reports To: Director of Apprenticeship

Position Overview

The Medical Assistant Administrator/Instructor is responsible for the coordination of the operation, development, implementation, curriculum, supplies and facilities coordination, and instructor scheduling of the Training Fund sponsored Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) Medical Assistant apprenticeship program.  The Administrator, in cooperation with the Training Fund staff, conducts instruction and leads in the technical and instructional operations of the MA program.  This includes providing instruction to students as well as supporting other instructors, plus oversight of day to day program operations and administrative duties as required, in collaboration with the Director of Apprenticeship and the Apprenticeship Coordinator.

Essential 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;
  • Keep and monitor apprentice class attendance;
  • Provide information, as requested, to apprentice’s employer mentors/supervisors regarding course content and scheduling such that employers can coordinate the apprentice’s work activities;
  • Coordinate and provide direct support and support services to apprentices as necessary;
  • Coordinate and lead, as needed, Apprentice make-up days to ensure Apprentices have the required hours for completion of their Medical Assistant apprenticeship;
  • Compile mid and post-program assessments providing outcomes to leadership and project partners;
  • Support other instructors/contractors to schedule, facilitate, and provide instruction and other assigned duties;
  • Coordinate and facilitate instructor and operational meetings, supporting the Medical Assistant program;
  • Support the recruitment, interviewing and hiring of apprenticeship instructors as needed, ensuring instructor/contractors participate in new instructor training and understands and is able to perform to the responsibilities of their instructor position;
  • Ensure each instruction location is re-stocked with supplies and equipment in a timely manner;
  • 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;
  • Assist with database logging of apprentice hours and competency checks, and uploading this information for the Training Fund and to the State of Washington;
  • Support the development and implementation of Medical Assistant Apprenticeship program, ensuring programs are delivered in accordance to Training Fund, HCAC, Labor and Industries (L&I), and other regulatory and stakeholder standards, policies and procedures, contracted obligations and within funding budgets;
  • Support the development, revision and maintenance of apprenticeship curriculum, meeting L&I’s Apprenticeship Section, Department of Health (DOH), partner community college, Washington State Board of Community and Technical College (SBCTC) and Washington State Apprenticeship and Training Council (WSATC) standards.
  • Work cooperatively with Apprentices, Instructors, union staff leaders, employers, local community colleges and universities, and other program partners;
  • Coordinate with Training Fund staff assigned to other programmatic areas to deliver programs and services;
  • Work with local WDCs, employers, community-based organizations, and other relevant organizations to promote and expand the program;
  • Interact with and maintain working relationship with students, faculty, staff and outside/community agencies to facilitate program objectives;
  • 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;
  • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is established and ensure participant information is kept confidential;
  • Ensure timely assembly and collection of reports, data and statistical information regarding the demographic make-up of program participants;
  • File all program documentation as required (manually and electronically); supervise the accuracy and completeness of data collected, including eligibility, selection, and employer utilization and outcomes, including preparation of proper documentation and quality checks for regular and special agency, compliance, and grant reports;
  • Evaluate program effectiveness to develop improved methods; implement evaluation methodology; analyze results and recommend and/or take appropriate action in a timely manner;
  • 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.
  • Ability to travel periodically to remote instructional locations for logistics or infill instruction; ability to work in person at least 3 days per week at the assigned Training Fund classroom/lab, and potentially full time (Covid dependent) in person at alternate teaching/staging locations for Medical Assistant apprenticeship classes and labs.
  • Develop and recommend new or revised program goals and objectives;
  • Coordinate with program partners to implement participant completion events;
  • Document position procedures and processes;
  • Acts as an organizational representative in all situations, setting a strong example of professionalism, work completion and quality, and commitment to organizational goals and
  • Establishes work priorities in a highly organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling and adhering to quality requirements and
  • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum five (5) years of experience as a mentor/preceptor/medical assistant supervisor and/or in medical assistant training, adult education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development;
  • Medical Assistant – Certified Washington State credential, active;
  • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
  • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
  • 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
  • Advanced spreadsheet skills and experience;
  • Strong Zoom and Teams remote working tools skills;
  • 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 situations including joint labor and management decisional settings;
  • 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;
  • 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 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 per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities is required;
  • Successful completion of background check is required;
  • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle;
  • Willingness to travel, as needed. Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state with occasional trips to Oregon;
  • Willingness and flexibility to coordinate classes and provide instruction via online platform to multiple training sites with classes ranging in size and often exceeding 20 Apprentices.
  • COVID vaccination and booster shot required or proof of meeting ADA guidelines for not being vaccinated

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 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 support experience and/or foundational IT and classroom technical equipment support and training experience;
  • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals; and
  • Bilingual skills preferred.

Educational Requirements

  • Washington MA-C (with underlying program completion)
  • 5 years plus years’ experience – combination of teaching and/or MA practice
  • Additional education considered.

Compensation

$62,900 – 67,900 annually, DOE.  Position will remain open until filled.

Application Process

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Application Process

Please email resume and cover letter to Audrey Slade:

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.

Medical Assistant Instructor (part-time)

Job Description

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’s labor/management partnership and funding requirements. This is an at-will position.

Title: Medical Assistant Instructor (part-time)
Reports To: Director of Apprenticeship

Position Overview

The Medical Assistant Instructor supports the direction, development, implementation, and facilitation of the Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) Medical Assistant apprenticeship training program.  The Instructor, in cooperation with the Consortium team, conducts instruction as scheduled.

Essential 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;
  • Support other instructors/contractors to schedule, facilitate, and provide instruction and other assigned duties;
  • Keep and monitor apprentice class attendance;
  • Assist with supplies and equipment for each instruction site and check that each instruction location is re-stocked with supplies and equipment;
  • Coordinate Apprentice make-up days to ensure Apprentices have the required hours for completion of their Medical Assistant apprenticeship;
  • Work cooperatively with Apprentices, Apprentice Technical Instructors, union staff leaders, employers, local community colleges and universities, and other program partners;
  • Coordinate with Training Fund and Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium staff assigned to other programmatic areas to deliver programs and services;
  • Participate in instructor and operational meetings, supporting the Medical Assistant program;
  • Coordinate and provide direct support and support services to apprentices as necessary;
  • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is established and ensure participant information is kept confidential;
  • Maintain attendance and competency logs for instructional days;
  • Assist with program effectiveness to develop improved methods; implement evaluation methodology; analyze results and recommend and/or take appropriate action in a timely manner;
  • 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 the Consortium educational team.
  • Ability to travel periodically to remote instructional locations for logistics or infill instruction; ability to work in person as scheduled at Consortium lab/classroom locations;
  • Assist with new or revised program goals and objectives, as scheduled;
  • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum three (3) years of experience in adult education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development (new part-time instructors may have less experience)
  • Medical Assistant – Certified Washington State credential, active;
  • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
  • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
  • 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
  • Advanced spreadsheet skills and experience;
  • Experience working with diverse populations;
  • 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 situations including joint labor and management decisional settings;
  • 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;
  • 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 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 per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities is required;
  • Successful completion of background check is required;
  • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle;
  • Willingness to travel, as needed. Primary travel is currently limited to Washington state with occasional trips to Oregon;
  • Willingness and flexibility to coordinate classes and provide instruction via online platform to multiple training sites with classes ranging in size and often exceeding 20 Apprentices.
  • COVID vaccination and booster shot required or proof of meeting ADA guidelines for not being vaccinated

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 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 support experience and/or foundational IT and classroom technical equipment support and training experience;
  • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals; and
  • Bilingual skills preferred.

Educational Requirements

  • Washington MA-C (with underlying program completion)
  • 3 years plus years’ experience – combination of teaching and MA practice
  • Additional education considered.

Compensation

$60.00 per teaching contact hour, including preparation. $40.00 per hour extra administrative work as assigned. Independent contractor position, no additional benefits. Positions open on an ongoing basis.

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

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Application Process

Please email resume and cover letter to Audrey Slade:

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.

Substance Use Disorder Professional Instructor (part-time)

Job Description

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’s labor/management partnership and funding requirements. This is an at-will position.

Title: Substance Use Disorder Professional Instructor (part-time)
Reports To: Director of Apprenticeship

Position Overview

The SUDP Instructor supports the direction, development, implementation, and facilitation of the Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) SUDP apprenticeship.  The Instructor, in cooperation with the Consortium team, conducts instruction and assists with the technical (live lab and clinical) and instructional operations of the SUDP Program.  This includes providing direct instruction and administrative duties as required, in collaboration with the Director of Apprenticeship, Apprenticeship Coordinator and SUDP Program Administrator.

Essential 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 SUDP Candidates in-person and via online platforms.
  • Support other instructors/contractors to schedule, facilitate, and provide instruction and other assigned duties;
  • Keep and monitor candidate’s class attendance;
  • Assist with supplies and equipment for each instruction site utilized and check that each instruction location utilized is re-stocked with supplies and equipment;
  • 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.
  • Work cooperatively with Apprentices, Instructors, union staff leaders, employers, 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, 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;
  • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is established and ensure participant information is kept confidential;
  • Monitor program effectiveness to develop improved methods; and implement evaluation methodologies as directed;
  • Be on call for urgent candidate, instructor, lab, clinical, and other developing operational issues, and have flexibility and professional skills and responsiveness for such situations, in cooperation with the Consortium educational 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.
  • Performs other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum three (3) years of experience in adult education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development (new part-time instructors may have less experience)
  • SUDP equivalent or higher certification, active;
  • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
  • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
  • 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
  • Advanced spreadsheet skills and experience;
  • Experience working with diverse populations;
  • Ability to connect with and motivate potential members to engage in education and apprenticeships;
  • 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 situations including joint labor and management decisional settings;
  • 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;
  • 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 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 per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities is required;
  • Successful completion of background check may be required;
  • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle;
  • 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 often exceeding 20 Candidates.
  • COVID vaccination and booster shot required or proof of meeting ADA guidelines for not being vaccinated

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 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
  • Bilingual skills preferred.

Educational Requirements

  • SUDP or higher, active certification, sufficient to qualify to teach program courses. See list below.
  • 3 years plus years’ experience – combination of teaching and SUPD practice
  • Additional education considered.

Compensation

$70.00 per teaching contact hour, including preparation. $40.00 per hour extra administrative work as assigned. Independent contractor position, no additional benefits. Multiple positions open.

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

Applications Due.  Positions will remain open on ongoing basis.

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Application Process

Please email resume and cover letter to Audrey Slade:

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.

 

Substance Use Disorder Professional – Courses

  •  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 Instructor (part-time)

Job Description

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’s labor/management partnership and funding requirements. This is an at-will position.

Title: Behavioral Health Technician (part-time)
Reports To: Director of Apprenticeship

Position Overview

The Behavioral Health Technician Instructor supports the instruction of students in the Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) Behavioral Health Technician training program.  The Instructor, in cooperation with the Consortium team, conducts instruction and leads in the technical (live lab and clinical) and instructional operations of the Behavioral Health Technician program.  This includes providing direct instruction as well as supporting other instructors, plus day to day program class administration and administrative duties as required, in collaboration with the Director of Apprenticeship, Apprenticeship Coordinator, and Behavioral Health Program Administrator.

Essential 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 Technician Candidates in-person and via online platforms.
  • Support other instructors/contractors to schedule, facilitate, and provide instruction and other assigned duties;
  • Keep and monitor candidate’s class attendance;
  • Assist with supplies and equipment for each instruction site and check that each instruction location is re-stocked with supplies and equipment;
  • Coordinate candidate make-up days to ensure candidates have the required hours for completion of their apprenticeship;
  • Support the development and implementation of the Behavioral Health Technician Apprenticeship, as assigned, ensuring programs are delivered in accordance to Training Fund and Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium, HCAC and Labor and Industries (L&I), and Funder standards, policies and procedures, contracted obligations and within funding budgets;
  • Support updating program curriculum, as assigned, meeting L&I’s Apprenticeship Section, Department of Health (DOH), partner community college, Washington State Board of Community and Technical College (SBCTC).
  • Work cooperatively with Apprentices, Instructors, employers, local community colleges and universities, and other program partners;
  • Participate in instructor and operational meetings, supporting the Behavioral Health Technician Apprenticeship;
  • Interact with and maintain working relationship with students, faculty, staff and outside/community agencies to facilitate program objectives;
  • Attend partner meetings, as assigned, gathering input to ensure proper delivery of program, discussing and resolving challenges that may exist;
  • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is maintained and ensure participant information is kept confidential;
  • Assist with program assessments, as assigned;
  • Ensure timely assembly and collection of reports, data and statistical information regarding the demographic make-up of program participants;
  • File all program documentation as required (manually and electronically); supervise the accuracy and completeness of data collected, including eligibility, selection, and employer utilization and outcomes, including preparation of proper documentation and quality checks for regular and special agency, compliance, and grant reports;
  • Evaluate program effectiveness to develop improved methods; implement evaluation methodology; analyze results and recommend and/or take appropriate action in a timely manner;
  • Be on call for urgent candidate, instructor, lab, clinical, and other developing operational issues, and have flexibility and professional skills and responsiveness for such situations, in cooperation with the Consortium educational team.
  • Ability to travel to instructional locations for logistics or infill instruction; ability to work in person for scheduled lab days per week at the Consortium lab/classrooms on location and/or scheduled clinical instruction days during clinical periods;
  • Other duties as required.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum three (3) years of experience in behavioral health services, adult education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development (new part-time instructors may have less experience)
  • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
  • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
  • 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
  • Advanced spreadsheet skills and experience;
  • Experience working with diverse populations;
  • Ability to connect with and motivate potential members to engage in education and apprenticeships;
  • 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 situations including joint labor and management decisional settings;
  • 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;
  • 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 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 per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities is required;
  • Successful completion of background check is required;
  • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle;
  • Willingness to travel if travel if assigned. Part-time instructors typically work in their own home areas; 
  • Willingness and flexibility to coordinate classes and provide instruction via online platform to multiple training sites with classes of varying sizes;
  • COVID vaccination and booster shot required or proof of meeting ADA guidelines for not being vaccinated

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 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 support experience and/or foundational IT and classroom technical equipment support and training experience;
  • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals; and
  • Bilingual skills preferred.

Educational Requirements

  • Behavioral Health Technician training or experience, sufficient to qualify to teach program courses. See list below.
  • 3 years plus years’ experience – combination of teaching and Behavioral Health Technician practice.
  • Additional education considered.

Compensation

$60.00 per teaching contact hour, including preparation. $40.00 per hour extra administrative work as assigned. Independent contractor position, no additional benefits. Positions open on an ongoing basis.

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

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Please email resume and cover letter to Audrey Slade:

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.

 

Behavioral Health Technician – Courses

  • Professional & Ethical Conduct
  • Nursing Assistant – Certified
  • Providing Services
  • De-escalation & Crisis Management
  • Medication Management
  • Documentation
  • Working with Others
  • Cultural Competency & Individualized Care
  • Trauma Informed Care
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Professional Development
Peer Counselor Instructor (part-time)

Job Description

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’s labor/management partnership and funding requirements. This is an at-will position.

Title: Peer Counselor Instructor (part-time)
Reports To: Director of Apprenticeship

Position Overview

The Peer Counselor Instructor supports the instruction of students in the Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) Peer Counselor training program.  The Instructor, in cooperation with the Consortium team, conducts instruction and leads in the technical (live lab and clinical) and instructional operations of the Peer Counselor program.  This includes providing direct instruction as well as supporting other instructors, plus day to day program class administration and administrative duties as required, in collaboration with the Director of Apprenticeship, Apprenticeship Coordinator, and Behavioral Health Program Administrator.

Essential 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 Peer Counselor Candidates in-person and via online platforms.
  • Support other instructors/contractors to schedule, facilitate, and provide instruction and other assigned duties;
  • Keep and monitor candidate’s class attendance;
  • Assist with supplies and equipment for each instruction site and check that each instruction location is re-stocked with supplies and equipment;
  • Coordinate candidate make-up days to ensure candidates have the required hours for completion of their Medical Assistant apprenticeship;
  • Support the development and implementation of the Peer Counselor Apprenticeship, as assigned, ensuring programs are delivered in accordance to Training Fund and Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium, HCAC and Labor and Industries (L&I), and Funder standards, policies and procedures, contracted obligations and within funding budgets;
  • Support updating program curriculum, as assigned, meeting L&I’s Apprenticeship Section, Department of Health (DOH), partner community college, Washington State Board of Community and Technical College (SBCTC).
  • Work cooperatively with Apprentices, Instructors, employers, local community colleges and universities, and other program partners;
  • Participate in instructor and operational meetings, supporting the Peer Counselor Apprenticeship;
  • Interact with and maintain working relationship with students, faculty, staff and outside/community agencies to facilitate program objectives;
  • Attend partner meetings, as assigned, gathering input to ensure proper delivery of program, discussing and resolving challenges that may exist;
  • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is maintained and ensure participant information is kept confidential;
  • Assist with program assessments, as assigned;
  • Ensure timely assembly and collection of reports, data and statistical information regarding the demographic make-up of program participants;
  • File all program documentation as required (manually and electronically); supervise the accuracy and completeness of data collected, including eligibility, selection, and employer utilization and outcomes, including preparation of proper documentation and quality checks for regular and special agency, compliance, and grant reports;
  • Evaluate program effectiveness to develop improved methods; implement evaluation methodology; analyze results and recommend and/or take appropriate action in a timely manner;
  • Be on call for urgent candidate, instructor, lab, clinical, and other developing operational issues, and have flexibility and professional skills and responsiveness for such situations, in cooperation with the Consortium educational team.
  • Ability to travel to instructional locations for logistics or infill instruction; ability to work in person for scheduled lab days per week at the Consortium lab/classrooms on location and/or scheduled clinical instruction days during clinical periods;
  • Other duties as required.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum three (3) years of experience in peer counseling, adult education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development (new part-time instructors may have less experience)
  • State SUDP or Peer Counselor or equivalent or higher certification, active;
  • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
  • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, labor unions and staff and to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings;
  • 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
  • Advanced spreadsheet skills and experience;
  • Experience working with diverse populations;
  • Ability to connect with and motivate potential members to engage in education and apprenticeships;
  • 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 situations including joint labor and management decisional settings;
  • 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;
  • 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 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 per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities is required;
  • Successful completion of background check is required;
  • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle;
  • Willingness to travel if travel if assigned. Part-time instructors typically work in their own home areas; 
  • Willingness and flexibility to coordinate classes and provide instruction via online platform to multiple training sites with classes of varying sizes;
  • COVID vaccination and booster shot required or proof of meeting ADA guidelines for not being vaccinated

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 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 support experience and/or foundational IT and classroom technical equipment support and training experience;
  • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals; and
  • Bilingual skills preferred.

Educational Requirements

  • SUDP or Peer Counselor training, or higher, active certification, sufficient to qualify to teach program courses. See list below.
  • 3 years plus years’ experience – combination of teaching and Peer Counselor practice.
  • Additional education considered.

Compensation

$60.00 per teaching contact hour, including preparation. $40.00 per hour extra administrative work as assigned. Independent contractor position, no additional benefits. Positions open on an ongoing basis.

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

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Please email resume and cover letter to Audrey Slade:

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.

 

Peer Counselor – Courses

  •   CPC: Certified Peer Counseling
  •   Ethics & Boundaries
  •   Documentation
  •   Cross cultural partnerships
  •   Utilizing personal lived experience
  •   Crisis intervention and de-escalation
  •   Trauma Informed Perspective
  •   Internal & External Partnerships
  •   Supervision utilization
Nursing Assistant Instructor (part-time)

Job Description

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’s labor/management partnership and funding requirements. This is an at-will position.

Title: Nursing Assistant Instructor (part-time)
Reports To: Director of Apprenticeship

Position Overview

The Nursing Assistant Instructor supports the instruction of students in the Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium (HCAC) Nursing Assistant training program.  The Instructor, in cooperation with the Consortium team, conducts instruction and leads in the technical (live lab and clinical) and instructional operations of the Nursing Assistant program.  This includes providing direct instruction as well as supporting other instructors, plus day to day program class administration and administrative duties as required, in collaboration with the Director of Apprenticeship, Apprenticeship Coordinator and Nursing Assistant Program Technical Director.

Essential 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 Nursing Assistant candidates in-person and via online platforms;
  • Provide clinical instruction in clinic or in facility, as/if scheduled, during clinical placement days for the candidates;
  • Support other instructors/contractors to schedule, facilitate, and provide instruction and other assigned duties;
  • Keep and monitor candidate’s class attendance;
  • Assist with supplies and equipment for each instruction site and check that each instruction location is re-stocked with supplies and equipment;
  • Coordinate Apprentice make-up days to ensure Apprentices have the required hours for completion of their Nursing Assistant apprenticeship;
  • Support the development and implementation of Nursing Assistant Training program as assigned, ensuring programs are delivered in accordance to Training Fund and Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium, HCAC and Labor and Industries (L&I), and Funder standards, policies and procedures, contracted obligations and within funding budgets;
  • Support updating program curriculum, as assigned, meeting L&I’s Apprenticeship Section, Department of Health (DOH), partner community college, Washington State Board of Community and Technical College (SBCTC).
  • Work cooperatively with Candidates, Instructors, employers, 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 assigned, gathering input to ensure proper delivery of program, discussing and resolving challenges that may exist;
  • Ensure proper documentation of all participants is maintained and ensure participant information is kept confidential;
  • Assist with program assessments, as assigned;
  • Ensure timely assembly and collection of reports, data and statistical information regarding the demographic make-up of program participants;
  • File all program documentation as required (manually and electronically); supervise the accuracy and completeness of data collected, including eligibility, selection, and employer utilization and outcomes, including preparation of proper documentation and quality checks for regular and special agency, compliance, and grant reports;
  • Evaluate program effectiveness to develop improved methods; implement evaluation methodology; analyze results and recommend and/or take appropriate action in a timely manner;
  • Be on call for urgent candidate, instructor, lab, clinical, and other developing operational issues, and have flexibility and professional skills and responsiveness for such situations, in cooperation with the Consortium educational team.
  • Ability to travel to instructional locations for logistics or infill instruction; ability to work in person for scheduled lab days per week at the Consortium lab/classrooms on location and/or scheduled clinical instruction days during clinical periods. ;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum three (3) years of experience in preceptoring/nursing training/adult education/training, apprenticeship or workforce development (new part-time instructors may have less experience);
  • Registered or Practical Nurse – Certified Washington State license, active;
  • Ability to work with a high-performance, collaborative, constructive peer group;
  • Ability to work with and advance engagement with employer partners, employee/labor partners and staff;
  • 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;
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite;
  • Proficiency with one or more learning management systems (new part-time instructors may have less experience);
  • Basic spreadsheet skills and experience;
  • Ability to connect with and motivate students to engage in their education;;
  • 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;
  • 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 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 per week; weekend and/or early and late in the day activities may be required, as assigned for instruction periods;
  • Successful completion of background check is required;
  • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle;
  • Willingness to travel if travel if assigned. Part-time instructors typically work in their own home areas.    Nursing Assistant courses being conducted by the Health Care Apprenticeship Consortium are currently centered in Western Washington;
  • Willingness and flexibility to coordinate classes and provide instruction via online platform to multiple training sites with classes of varying sizes.
  • COVID vaccination and booster shot required or proof of meeting ADA guidelines for not being vaccinated

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 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 educational record keeping and documenting practices;
  • Experience meeting the needs of multiple partners and participants in employer-based workforce development programs;
  • Zoom 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
  • Bilingual skills preferred.

Educational Requirements

  • Practical Nurse Degree, Associates Degree in Nursing; (Preferred Bachelor’s Degree or Higher);
  • 3 years plus years’ experience – combination of teaching, Nursing, and NA-C program practice;
  • Active Washington State Nursing License; and
  • Additional education considered.

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.

Compensation:

$84.50 per teaching contact hour, including preparation and recordkeeping time. $40.00 per hour extra administrative work as assigned. Independent contractor position, no additional benefits. Positions open on an ongoing basis.

Application Process

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Please email resume and cover letter to Audrey Slade:

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.

Partner Liaison

Job Description

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’s labor/management partnership and funding requirements. This is an at-will position.

Title: Partner Liaison
Reports To: Director of Labor Management Programs

Position Overview

The Partner Liaison position is responsible for the coordination and implementation of a variety of Training Fund programs and services in regions as assigned. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Director of Labor Management Programs to act on progressing organizational programmatic goals, providing multidirectional communication among labor management program partners, stakeholders, and Training Fund teams. This position develops a keen knowledge of Training Fund programs, benefits, and services while facilitating project tasks and outreach in relation to region programmatic efforts. The Partner Liaison works to build and maintain lasting, productive relationships with the union, employers, colleges, community partners, and members.

Location:

This position is based at the Training Fund Office in Renton, Washington. This position will require travel on an as-needed basis and during non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends) to meet with partners and attend meetings at locations such as hospitals, schools, public locations (community buildings, event venues, etc.), and partner organization sites. These meetings will primarily be located within an assigned region; though activity spans the State of Washington and beyond. The position will also work from home and must be available to come to the Training Fund office and/or other locations for team gatherings and when otherwise needed.

Level of Authority:

Performs duties independently and with a team, setting priorities and scheduling own work with the Director of Labor Management Programs within organizational policies and procedures. Will require frequent close collaboration with Regional Education Navigator and Communications teams.

Work Environment:

Work may be performed in a complex setting with diverse people and tasks. Position requires travel to employer sites among other locations for meetings related to labor management programs. Work involves collaboration with employees, hospital systems, partners, and others operating on non-traditional work hours. This position is required to attend meetings (virtual and on-site) in the early morning, late evening, and/or weekends. Regular participation in meetings with Training Fund staff and other stakeholders is also required.

Essential Functions

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

  • acts as primary liaison and point of contact for assigned health system employers, related union organizers, college partners, and other stakeholders
  • develops detailed understanding of partnerships and partner needs, accurately communicating employer site-specific and broader partner needs to the Training Fund and advocating for Training Fund programs/initiatives at partner location(s) (e.g., HEET, ACET, etc.); explores and develops other site-based relationships (e.g., delegates, managers, team leads, and others within departments) while seeking out opportunities for program expansion
  • completes frequent travel to multiple locations for program outreach and activity; travels to and attends stakeholder and program meetings (in-person and virtually) on an as-needed basis and during non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends); attends and facilitates partner meetings including but not limited to Hospital Employee Education and Training (HEET) meetings; participates in labor/management committee meetings, huddles, NEOs, and other partner meetings organized by the employer
  • develops and maintains strong collaborative relationships with network of geographical area union leaders, employers, local community colleges and universities, and other program partners to foster a highly collaborative model where direct positive connections are established with key partners and stakeholders
  • actively participates in assigned labor management projects (e.g. HEET, ACET, etc.) including conducting outreach and recruitment, attending ongoing and quarterly college and LM meetings, compiling and presenting project and quarterly reporting, and other related duties
  • holds weekly to bi-weekly check-ins with employer representative(s) to gauge member needs, employer needs, and to monitor progress as well as report-out on identified outcomes, etc.
  • presents to and debriefs Training Fund teams; maintains an ability to speak directly to areas of training need and skill development for members, employers, and regional workforce development; collects and reviews data for reports, and presents requested data
  • actively monitors employer Training Fund utilization and alerts regional navigators to focus on and optimize services including not limited to tutoring, academic support materials, professional development, workshops, laptop lending- and develops action plans as needed
  • develops and maintains intricate working knowledge of Training Fund benefits, programs, as well as other critical operations and documents (including internal and external to the Training Fund, Training Fund partners, potential and existing collaborators, and other entities)
  • operates in close collaboration with regional education navigators, union organizers, employers, stakeholder representatives, and all contacts to deliver positive organizational outcomes, reaching organizational goals
  • acts as an organizational representative at assigned regions/sites, 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
  • leads strategic outreach and recruitment for all labor management programs and organizational priority projects
  • in collaboration with implementation specialist, guides Training Fund regional education navigator team around program outreach
  • under guidance of Training Fund communications team and as directed by Director of Labor Management Programs, facilitates cross-organizational communications and program outreach
  • coordinates with Training Fund staff assigned to other programmatic areas to deliver programs and services targeted for regional members
  • strategizes and recruits for labor/management and other Training Fund priority programs
  • conducts research into geographic labor market data and workforce needs
  • completes other duties and performs other tasks as assigned, required, or directed by Director of Labor/Management programs and/or Deputy Director.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum of five (5) years’ experience in adult education/training or workforce development
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, verbal and written
  • Professional appearance and demeanor
  • Ability to navigate well in labor/management settings and build and sustain partnerships with external stakeholders
  • Flexibility regarding hours: some weekend and/or early/late hours will occasionally be required
  • Digital literacy; intermediate to advanced proficiency in database systems and Microsoft Office Suite; advanced typing skills
  • Proficiency with use of technology and systems to regularly communicate, document, and track information
  • Ability to connect with and motivate partners and participants to engage in education and training programs
  • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing unique needs
  • Knowledge and experience supporting working adults enrolled in higher education, career counseling and/or case management practices
  • Proven record of working collaboratively to meet performance goals
  • Experience managing proper documenting practices
  • Exhibits keen attention to detail and possesses the ability to comprehend and retain specific policy information well
  • Ability to be a self-starter and independently exercise a high level of judgment while valuing continuous learning, and being receptive to feedback
  • 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 for confidential information
  • Valid Washington State 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:

  • Experience working in an environment with multiple partners and stakeholders
  • 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 a labor/management environment
  • Knowledge of college placement, advising, registration and enrollment processes
  • Experience with current organizational software: Salesforce, Teams, Monday.com, Zoom, Acuity, et al.
  • Multilingual proficiency

Educational Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree and five (5) plus years’ experience preferably in adult education, social services, healthcare or related field, or equivalent education/experience
  • Master’s degree (or equivalent demonstrated experience) preferred

Compensation

  • Annual salary on a step scale: $70,303.75
  • Competitive compensation and benefit package; including pension, health and dental insurance
  • 1.0 FTE, Exempt position

Application Process

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Application Process

Please email resume and cover letter to Audrey Slade:

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.

Implementation Specialist

Job Description

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’s labor/management partnership and funding requirements. This is an at-will position.

Title: Implementation Specialist
Reports To: Director of Labor Management Programs

Position Overview

The Implementation Specialist supports the development, implementation and maintenance of Training Fund labor/management programs across Washington State. This includes supporting existing programs, building new programs, and supporting instructors, staff, and partners across organizational efforts. This position supports the management of day-to-day program operations, in collaboration with the Director of Labor Management Programs, Deputy Director, Partner Liaisons and other staff as needed.

Location:

This position is based at the Training Fund Office in Renton, Washington. The position will require a considerable amount of direct “in-person” work at program sites, instructional sites, and employer locations as needed; this position requires travel on an as-needed basis and during non-traditional hours (early mornings, later evenings, and occasional weekends). Other portions of this role will be split between remote work and the Training Fund office. Note: current COVID restrictions will require a higher level of remote work.

Essential Functions

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

  • supports development, implementation, and maintenance of labor/management programs across Washington State
  • conducts administration of projects, programs, and services
  • develops and maintains an intricate knowledge of Training Fund benefits and programs, Hospital Employee Education and Training (HEET) grant proposal guidelines, in addition to other contractual, operational and informative documents
  • reviews and understands active projects and programs; communicates project and program responsibilities
  • assists in developing new labor/management programs
  • acts on day-to-day operations and execution of projects and programs
  • supports implementation of all program deliverables in accordance with federal and state law as well as organizational and partner policy
  • implements an active approach to problem solving and process improvement for program performance, improving efficiency and positive outcomes
  • 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
  • prioritizes efforts in a highly-organized manner while maintaining flexibility in scheduling, and adhering to quality requirements, deadlines, and deliverables
  • provides back-up coverage for other team members, as needed
  • collaborates with Deputy Director and Director of Labor Management Programs
  • logs data into organizational database and keeps records related to projects and programs; retrieves, analyzes, and reports on organizational data as directed
  • collaborates with Training Fund teams, employer, union, school, and community partners and teams around labor management projects and programs
  • works closely with contractors and vendors as needed to facilitate services
  • assists with stakeholder meetings and meeting logistics as directed
  • interacts with and maintain working relationships labor/management stakeholders and community agencies to facilitate program objectives
  • schedules, participates in, and facilitates meetings, workshops, and/or conferences obtaining relevant and current industry subject matter expertise for labor/management programs (potential, pending, and/or active)
  • compiles pre, mid, and post-program assessments and/or reports, providing outcomes to leadership and partners
  • collects and reviews data for reports, and presents requested data
  • collaborates and ensures that proper documentation of all participants is established and ensures participant information is kept confidential
  • files all program documentation as required (manually and electronically); assures accuracy and completeness of data collected including data pertaining to eligibility, selection, utilization, and outcomes; ensures proper documentation and quality checks for regular agency, grant, and required reporting and compliance
  • coordinates outreach efforts with staff for projects and programs assigned
  • develops and recommends new or revised program goals and objectives and engages actively in continuous improvement
  • coordinates with partners to implement participant completion events as needed
  • documents position and project procedures and processes
  • completes other duties and performs other tasks as assigned, required, or directed by Director of Labor/Management programs and/or Deputy Director.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum three (3) years’ experience in adult education/training or workforce development
  • Ability to work with and advance engagement with labor unions, employers, and staff to collaborate effectively in labor/management settings
  • Ability to work with high-performance, dynamic, collaborative, constructive peer groups
  • Flexibility regarding hours: weekend and/or early/late hours will occasionally be required
  • Documented experience working in an environment with multiple partners and stakeholders
  • Experience in communicating with a broad range of collaborative partners and participants from diverse backgrounds and who are at multiple and varied skill levels
  • Proficiency with use of technology and data entry systems to regularly communicate, document and track information
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Advanced spreadsheet skills and experience
  • Experience working with diverse populations and addressing unique needs
  • Ability to connect with, motivate, and engage potential participants 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
  • 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
  • Willingness to learn and an established history of learning and advancing own professional skills
  • Ability to independently exercise a high level of judgment, especially in organizationally complex settings
  • Time management, organizational, and record-keeping proficiency and discipline in personal 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
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to (and passion for) working in a mission-driven organization
  • Valid Washington State 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:

  • Knowledge and experience supporting educational administrators and/or assisting working adults enrolled in healthcare coursework/training
  • Knowledge of student support services, 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
  • Understanding of accelerated learning platforms and/or education or training programs
  • Experience with or knowledge of Hospital Employee Education and Training (HEET) Grant
  • 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 positive, collaborative contributions to meet performance goals
  • Multilingual proficiency

Educational Requirements

  • Associate’s degree and three (3) plus years’ experience required, or equivalent education/experience
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred

Compensation

  • Annual salary on a step scale: $61,698.29
  • Competitive compensation and benefit package; including pension, health and dental insurance
  • 1.0 FTE, Exempt position

Application Process

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Application Process

Please email resume and cover letter to Audrey Slade:

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.

Accounting Clerk

Job Description

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’s labor/management partnership and funding requirements. This is an at-will position.

Title: Accounting Clerk
Reports To: Director of Finance and Administration

Position Overview

An Accounting Clerk is responsible for maintaining financial records, processing Accounts Payable, and recording a wide range of financial transactions. Their duties include offering administrative and bookkeeping assistance to the Director of Finance and Administration and confirming the accuracy of accounting database information. Under the supervision of the Director of Finance and Administration, the individual in this position will perform a variety of procedures related to the processing, entry and verification of check reimbursements.

Work Environment

The position will be split between doing remote work and the Training Fund office, with the long-term goal of being mostly remote.

Responsibilities

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

  • Process Accounts Payable on a daily basis
  • Compile and check source documents, such as invoices and purchase orders, for completeness and accuracy
  • File completed check reimbursement forms
  • Work closely with Director of Finance and Administration
  • Assist with quality control audits of data control materials and processes
  • Work with various vendors for verification of reimbursements and invoices
  • Make various accounting data entries in Financial Edge and Sales Force software
  • Maintain various Training Fund tuition obligations / accrual records
  • Maintain grant-related fiscal documents
  • Prepare grant-related invoices with appropriate back up documentation
  • Conduct regular review and audit of staff travel reimbursements
  • Enroll Training Fund staff in various benefits (i.e. health insurance, dental insurance, etc.)
  • Work with Training Fund members on benefit repayments
  • Perform various reconciliations, such as credit card statements and insurance statements
  • Provide backup phone coverage
  • Travel to the bank and post office as needed
  • Other projects as assigned by the Director of Finance and Administration

Required Qualifications:

  • Extreme attention to detail and commitment to accuracy (especially with repetitive tasks)
  • Strong follow-up skills and organizational skills
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Knowledge of general accounting practices
  • Ability to maintain vendor relationships
  • Data entry skills and Excel skills
  • Ability to thoroughly analyze information
  • General math skills
  • Successful completion of background check
  • Valid Washington State Driver License and access to a reliable insured vehicle
  • COVID vaccination and booster shot required or proof of meeting ADA guidelines for not being vaccinated

Educational Requirements

  • Certificate of Accountancy, Certificate of Bookkeeping, AA in Accounting or equivalent is preferred
  • High School Diploma, or GED Certificate AND two years of experience as an Accounting Clerk, or equivalent

Compensation

  • $26.27-$27.43 per hour starting salary
  • Competitive compensation and benefit package; including pension, health and dental
  • 1.0 FTE, Monday-Friday

Please Apply

We welcome candidates who:

  • Demonstrate the skills, abilities, and experience needed for this role regardless of education and compensation
  • Are inspired by our values of integrity, collaboration, innovation, equity, and outcome
  • 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.

Demonstrate a commitment to improving outcomes for candidates for health care positions and incumbent health care workers furthering their careers

Application Process

A complete application includes:

  • Cover letter which describes your interest in this position and how you meet the desired skill/experience and educational requirements
  • Current resume which includes dates of all employment
  • List of at least 3 references from previous employer/s

Application Process

Applications are due April 15, 2022. Position will remain open until filled.

Please email resume and cover letter to Audrey Slade:

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.

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: Deputy Director 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.

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

      Applications need to be submitted by Dec. 22. 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)

        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)

        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.

         

        Open Positions with Our Employer Partners

        These pages link to openings with our employer partners that are eligible for SEIU 1199NW and Training Fund programs and services. (These job boards link to all openings, regardless of whether they are SEIU- and Training Fund-eligible.)