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Health Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Specialist
Estimated hiring range $70,310 - $85,075 / year, 5% bonus target, full benefits. To learn more about our benefits, please visit

Job Summary: The Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist is responsible for developing and implementing initiatives and projects that advance justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion as among employees of and communities served by, the Line of Business. This position works collaboratively with EDI and Line of Business leadership, staff, and community-based partners to help ensure institutions and services are equitable and to center the voices and experiences of members and communities served by the organization.
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Behavioral Health Clinician- Licensed
The Behavioral Health Clinician will provide individual, family, and group treatment services with patients seen in an outpatient clinic setting. The position is hybrid for both in person and telehealth delivered services. Clinician will coordinate and oversee the plan of care and work collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team.
Academic Advisor/Educational Planner
Clark College
Clark College’s Advising Services is currently accepting applications for a full-time, 12-month, exempt Educational Planner position. Educational Planner is an integral member of the collaborative and student-centered Advising Services team. Primary responsibilities include providing holistic advising for current students enrolled in current programs offered at Clark. Our academic advising team supports dual-enrolled, high school students, adults returning to college, first-generation, low-income, underrepresented, international, and transfer students. Using Appreciative Advising, our approach to advising strives to be student and equity-centered, caring, holistic, inclusive, and culturally aware. We are seeking an individual who is knowledgeable and passionate about social justice, skilled at forming relationships with faculty and staff in other departments across the college and experienced in working directly with students to support overall retention and student success.

Advising Services hours of operation are from Monday-Thursday from 8am-6pm, and Fridays from 8am-5pm; this position may require some occasional evening and/or weekend hours and may be eligible for a hybrid schedule.

At Clark, we value equity, diversity, and inclusion. We are committed to growing, learning, and supporting our employees.
Clinical Supervisor
The Clinical Supervisor provides clinical supervision to Mental Health Clinicians and Associates primarily serving WISe [Wraparound with Intensive Services] families. The Clinical supervisor engages with the team in caring for multicultural clients and, when needed, conducts clinical intakes and develops treatment plans for individuals who are from culturally diverse, low-income backgrounds; and assists with skill development and training of staff as needed. May provide mental health counseling to a small caseload of clients (no more than 3).


● Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or other master’s level health care profession.

● Independently Licensed in the state of WA– Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) required.

● Five years experience in counseling

● Experience working cross-culturally with refugees and/or immigrants.

● Experience with trauma-focused interventions.

● Adhere to the code of ethics of a professional counseling association.

● Experienced in case management services and solid understanding of the local safety net systems.

● Experience in case documentation.

● Experience with assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning.
Friend/Professional Mentor
Friends of the Children - SW Washington
A Friend works intensively with eight (8) children as a positive adult role model to develop a caring, trusting and sustained relationship with each child. For each child, a Friend will set positive expectations; nurture and promote their strengths, talents and abilities; help assure physical and emotional well-being; teach life and academic skills; provide enrichment activities; and model responsible behavior. A Friend will fully document activities and participate in an ongoing evaluation process. Friends will work primarily one-on-one with their children, while also building trusting supportive relationships with parents/caregivers. A Friend must also know, understand, honor and support the organization’s mission, vision, values, principles and policies, and be able to clearly articulate the organization’s function.
Interim DEI Manager
Olympic College

The Interim DEI Manager position is a leader who fosters a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging, and works to create a shared understanding of the connection between a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture for student and employee success. The DEI Program Manager builds and strengthens trusting and collaborative relationships to support intersectional equity work within and across the College; develops and implements programs that promote and sustain DEI; assists the Interim Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (VPDEI) on strategic DEI initiatives; serves as a resource to students, colleagues, employees, stakeholders, and the general public; collaborates with College and community partners on DEI-focused projects; oversees DEI learning opportunities and engagements for the College; and manages and plans DEI community events.

Salary: $67,047 - $73,752

Minimum Qualifications
Five years of progressively responsible, relevant work experience, including managing organizational equity and inclusion initiatives. Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the duties as described.

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Chief of Staff
Olympic College
Chief of Staff
Salary: $102,676 - $115,510
Classification: Administrative/Exempt
Reports to: Olympic College President

Prioirty consideration will be given to applicants who apply by March 3, 2024.

The Chief of Staff at Olympic College holds a significant leadership role within the Office of the President, assisting with shaping the strategic direction of the college and fostering effective communication within the executive team and college leadership. As a key partner to the President, the Chief of Staff actively contributes to high-level decision-making, represents the college to internal and external stakeholders, and cultivates relationships to amplify the college’s impact. This is a dynamic leadership position that goes beyond conventional expectations.

Minimum Qualifications
- Bachelor’s degree in business, management, or a related field is required.
- Minimum of 6 years advanced leadership experience in executive-level roles.
- Proven ability to drive transformative change and inspire teams in a complex organizational setting.
- Advanced strategic thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making skills.
- Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.

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Director of Outreach
Olympic College
Salary: $81,127 to $91,267

The position is charged with promoting the image of the college and development of processes and systems to generate and manage leads and relationships with prospective, new, and current students in an effort to assist the college in meeting enrollment targets and goals. The position manages and directs the operations of the Outreach department, Financial Aid Outreach department and Student Ambassador Program. The Director of Outreach works under general direction and is responsible for coordinating a comprehensive outreach program, with an intentional focus on supporting students of color, students with disabilities, and low-income students in accessing the educational resources of Olympic College. The Director will work closely with prospective students, their families, community members, and community-based organizations to foster awareness of the college’s programs, admission, financial aid, and scholarship application processes. They will also collaborate with colleagues to ensure newly enrolled students establish relationships with a network of supportive individuals and offices to help guide their successful transition into the college environment. This position will focus on culturally responsive and relevant support for communities of color, neurodiverse communities, low-income communities, and students with disabilities.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent (associate degree plus 2 years’ relevant work experience OR 5 years relevant work experience)
Two (2) years of experience in outreach, admissions, or student services at a college or college access organization OR strong background in direct support for underrepresented populations

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Deputy Director
Salary Range: $113,950.00 To 170,924.00
FVRL has an opening for a Deputy Director. This position provides oversight for FVRL’s public services, including all library locations, mobile services, community outreach and partnerships, and security operations. As an organizational leader, they are responsible for ensuring exceptional service, fiscally responsible operations and responsiveness to the needs of residents in FVRL’s service area.

Senior Library Assistant (Goldendale)
Salary Range: $18.85 To 26.39
Regularly and independently responsible for a complete variety of specialized and clerical duties related to the
functions of the work unit. Regular responsibilities include frequent performance of a variety of specialized
duties related to programming in a community library and through community visits, information, circulation
and outreach services. Independently plans and presents programs for families and children of all ages. As
authorized may be responsible for the operation of the branch or department and may direct the work activities
and perform assigned activities in the orientation and training of other employees and volunteers for multiple
tasks. May be responsible for the opening and closing of the library.

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