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Digital Marketing Intern
Look Listen and Learn
We are looking for an enthusiastic intern interested in playing an important role in supporting LLL’s mission by telling our story through our various social media platforms. We seek an organized, self-directed worker who will collaborate in the planning, creation, and evaluation of social media content and engage LLL’s community in a creative and consistent way. The ideal candidate must also be self-reliant, efficient, trustworthy and self-accountable to overall work plan and deliverables.
Wraparound Youth Peer
Valley Cities Behavioral Health Care
The Wraparound Youth Peer is a young adult who has been personally involved with child-serving systems, has demonstrated success in navigating those systems, and remains engaged in recovery. The Youth Peer is expected to model and advocate for the value of Youth Peer support, as well as provide definition for the role in the community. All services are provided on a community outreach basis and require sound judgment and demonstrated ability to operate autonomously.
WISe Clinician Supervisor
Valley Cities
The WISe Clinician Supervisor oversees the clinical delivery and quality of service on the Wraparound/WISe Delivery Team. Responsibilities include supervising staff; hiring and training new clinicians; managing team schedules to maximize client coverage; ensuring service provision adheres to fidelity principles and WISe manual; representing Valley Cities Wraparound at stakeholder meetings; tracking outcomes; and monitoring clinical documentation. The Clinician Supervisor may provide direct services to an assigned caseload and may fill in for team members as needed.
Virtual Hiring Fair
Valley Cities
Virtual Job Fair. April 29th 10am-7pm. Link to the google doc is to register. Multiple positions for Behavioral Health Inpatient and Outpatient, including RNs, CMAs, Therapists, SUDP(t)s, and clinicians. Jobs can be reviewed at
Youth Engagement Coordinator
Neighborhood House
Job will be posted later this week.

The Neighborhood House After-school Programs help young people develop positive attitudes towards school, succeed academically and socially, and be engaged in their communities. The year-round after-school and summer program includes: project-based learning activities, homework tutoring/academic assistance; social and personal development activities; literacy development and STEM/Arts enrichment; and volunteer opportunities. Neighborhood House seeks an experienced, competent and caring person to develop and manage a comprehensive youth development program for school age youth in a multicultural setting. As a Youth Engagement Coordinator, this individual will be responsible for coordinating the operation, planning and implementation of an after-school and summer youth program. This position is located at the Burndale Homes Youth Engagement Center in Auburn, WA, and will require in-person and/or virtual programming depending on community needs.
At Neighborhood House we have a deep commitment to our employee’s and client’s diverse experiences and backgrounds that guides our work for a more equitable future. We are seeking a team member that represents our dedication to service, equity and inclusion, to join our diverse team.

Director of Administration/Managing Director
WestSide Baby
The Director of Administration is responsible for providing strategic leadership and oversight for WestSide Baby’s administrative operations, to ensure we have the internal human and system capacity to operate effectively and equitably within our values and strategic priorities. Our administrative operations support a high-functioning staff team, as well as individual departments, in operating at our fullest potential. This position provides leadership and direction to the following administrative functions: human resources & staff development, facilities maintenance & improvement, office management and information technology and database systems.

This is a full-time, 40 hours a week, exempt salaried employee position at our White Center, Seattle office. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an estimated 90-100% of the job functions can be performed remotely until we return to an in-person workplace with flexible remote work options. This position reports to the Executive Director, and serves on the executive leadership team with three other department directors. This position leads an IT & Business Systems team, and manages Human Resources in collaboration with an independent HR consultant. Starting salary is up to $70,000 annualized, depending on experience; generous benefits package, PTO and holiday pay available. Schedule may include occasional evening and weekend hours.

Children and Youth Program Manager
World Relief Seattle
World Relief Seattle (WRS) is pursuing an exciting expansion of children and youth (Next Gen) services, focusing especially on early childhood. Recently arrived refugee and immigrant children face the unique challenges of adjusting to a new cultural environment, mitigating past traumas, learning a new language and adjusting to educational systems. WRS is recruiting for the new, full-time role of Children and Youth Programs Manager to oversee and develop innovative and targeted initiatives to address these challenges by holistically serving immigrant and refugee children and youth of all ages alongside their families. WRS’s strategic plan envisions the next generation of our newest neighbors welcomed, rooted and empowered in a thriving and inclusive community.
Please view the full responsibilities, qualifications, and details here:
Summer Program Instructor
World Relief Seattle
Recent refugee youth in the United States face the unique challenges of adjusting to a new cultural environment, mitigating past traumas associated with seeking refuge, learning a new language, and adjusting to a new way of living. World Relief Seattle’s Refugee Youth Summer Academy is five-week program focused on helping newly arrived refugee youth (K – 8th grade) adjust to their new schools and home. The goal for the summer program is to create a supportive community for refugee youth by providing academic support, mentoring, and facilitating their connection to community.
The Summer Program Instructor will work alongside experienced refugee resettlement staff and trained volunteers to implement the curriculum following general guidelines set by World Relief. In 2021, the Summer Program Instructor will work remotely with students due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This contract position will officially begin on June 1, 2021. Summer Academy hours are Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4pm from July 8th - August 13th. In the month prior to instructing students, the Summer Program Instructor will participate in training with World Relief staff, plan age-appropriate virtual lessons for English Language Learner students, and become familiar with environmental sustainability curricullum and activities through close communication with World Relief's Resiliency Programs team, including Equity & Sustainability Interns. During the program, the Summer Program Instructor is responsible for teaching, managing students during online instruction times, and maintaining student records. One week of debrief and reporting follows the program's conclusion.
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Manager, Mental Health OBCC
Odessa Brown Children's Clinic, Seattle Children's
Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic (OBCC) is a community clinic of Seattle Children’s Hospital located in Seattle’s Central District. Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic is an enduring community partner with a dedication to promoting quality pediatric care, family advocacy, health collaboration, mentoring and education in a culturally relevant context. From an early beginning in 1970, when just one doctor delivered on Brown’s dream, Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic has grown into a comprehensive facility with medical, dental, mental health and nutrition services that embrace patients and families in our community.

We are looking for a Manager, Mental Health for our Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic (OBCC) to provide leadership and oversight of operations, program development and evaluation of mental health services as a member of the leadership team at Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic. In this role, you’ll manage operations of the Mental Health Clinic at OBCC in a manner that meets continuous quality improvement, customer service, programmatic growth and financial requirements that support the mission of Seattle Children’s. You’ll provide on-site leadership to develop and implement strategic initiatives at OBCC. As the Manager, Mental Health you will also collaborate with leaders across the system to work toward equitable mental health service delivery.
Senior Manager for Programs
EBC - Eastside Baby Corner
Job Summary: EBC’s Senior Manager of Programs (SMP) is responsible for the ongoing successful development and execution of EBC’s programs (which includes three program areas that distribute essential goods to children/families in need) and the related upkeep of its facilities including warehouses and vans.
General duties include the creation the annual Program Plan, which includes the execution of annual budgets, staff scheduling and supervision, oversight of EBC program purchasing, oversight of facility maintenance, organizational risk & safety protocols and oversight of core volunteers and volunteering. As the leader of the department that represents EBC’s mission within the community, the Program department closely coordinates with the Development and Community Relations and Administrative departments. The SMP will also work closely with the Accounting Manager to ensure that purchases & donated inventory are properly accounted for.
The SMP will sit on the Administrative Committee consisting of the Executive Director, Director of Development & Community Outreach, and the Senior Manager of Programs.
WISe Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist

You are a passionate, driven, and dedicated WISe Therapist who is excited by this opportunity to bring your superpowers and diverse mix of skills and experience to advance our work. You share our vision to help ensure that all children are safe and healthy; thriving physically, socially emotionally and educationally; and well nurtured by family and by their community. You too are constructively dissatisfied with the status quo, embrace continuous improvement, and heed the call to better serve more. You are equal parts learner, leader, and mentor… and see around the corners of a challenge, replaying the question of “What if” with a reply of “Why not”.

You proactively break down silos and nurture a cohesive and collaborative team that prioritizes “we” and “ours” over “I” and “my”. You foster an environment of belonging, healing, and relationship-building - and recognize that feelings matter. You take initiative, participate fully, and engage deeply, all while maintaining a sense of humor and having fun. You whole-heartedly embrace diversity, equity, inclusion, and culture. You are curious, courageous, and reflective – and willing to bring your humanity to work.

If this sounds like you – we need to meet - and talk more about the positive impact we could have together.

The Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist- WISe provides direct therapeutic interventions to young children (0-6 years) and their families in homes, child care/early learning environments, and other community locations. Work is guided by infant/early childhood mental health intervention models and provided in a team framework, in close collaboration with a WISe Facilitator and Parent Partner. Emphasis is on partnering actively with families, natural supports and other community service providers to promote safe, stable, and healthy families. Position requires flexible work schedule, including evenings and on-call weekends to accommodate families’ needs.
Snapology of Seattle Eastside
Snapology of Seattle Eastside is hiring for the summer! Can you imagine yourself teaching children in a fun and inclusive environment using LEGO® bricks and other building mediums and technology? At Snapology we encourage children to create and interact with technology and explore the world around them through a hands-on approach that promotes playful learning, and YOU could be at the center of the experience! Learn more and apply at
Speech Language Pathologist

You are a passionate, driven, and dedicated Speech Language Pathologist who is excited by this opportunity to bring your superpowers and diverse mix of skills and experience to advance our work. You share our vision to help ensure that all children are safe and healthy; thriving physically, socially emotionally and educationally; and well nurtured by family and by their community. You too are constructively dissatisfied with the status quo, embrace continuous improvement, and heed the call to better serve more. You are equal parts learner, leader, and mentor… and see around the corners of a challenge, replaying the question of “What if” with a reply of “Why not”.


The Speech-Language Pathologist provides evaluative, therapeutic, and consultative services for children with neuromuscular disorders and/or developmental delays who are delayed in speech, language, pre-speech (feeding), pre-linguistic (cognitive), and/or hearing abilities.
Consultant, Community Research
Team Read
Team Read is a non-profit organization that partners with school districts to provide an innovative after-school and summer reading tutoring program that pairs teens as reading coaches (tutors, role models and mentors) with 2nd-3rd grade students for one-to-one tutoring. Team Read is exploring extending its programming in partnership with the Renton School District, initially focused on the schools included in the Renton Innovation Zone (RIZ), with an early pilot envisioned for Campbell Hill Elementary School. We are seeking a consultant to help with research and analysis, marketing, and communications .
Director of Development
Team Read
Director of Development is a new role for Team Read, with significant opportunities to build on a long track record of organizational impact and success. We need someone who is creative while grounded in specific and solid fundraising expertise, bringing to the work demonstrated understanding of fundraising principles. This person will know how to roll with big ideas and manage fine details at the same time. They can keep processes running smoothly while making room for constant improvement and innovation. They are a curious systems thinker and builder who also loves the high-touch personal engagement central to effective fundraising. A member of a small but mighty team, they are self-directed but not siloed.
Development Director
Communities in Schools of Renton-Tukwila
Do you want to help create access to resources and opportunities for students who are furthest from educational justice? Are you passionate about addressing immediate and systemic barriers to create and sustain equitable outcomes? Do you bring a social justice lens and a community-centered focus to working with donors and businesses? Have we got the team for you!
Communications and Marketing Coordinator
Program for Early Parent Support
The Communications and Marketing Coordinator supports external communication of the PEPS mission, vision, values, programs, and commitment to racial equity. This person will create and execute consistent and inclusive communications and marketing. An excellent written and verbal communicator, this person will develop engaging content across multiple platforms and approach their work with a sense of innovation and a desire to experiment. The Coordinator will collaborate with the Director of Communications and Marketing to build a deep understanding of the PEPS mission and strategic goals, and will prioritize racial equity in their work.
Summer STEM Instructor
STEM Paths Innovation Network
This is a part time, temporary position. Final dates/times TBD based on contracts.
Monday - Friday, 12:30 P.M. - 4:30 P.M, July and August 2021
Payrate: $25/hour

Facilitate a cohort of up to 15 students in classes focused on technology enrichment such as robotics, coding and 3D printing
Attend trainings and check in meetings, maintain attendance and discipline records, administer and submit assessments
Communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing
Be comfortable with technology, and willing to learn new subjects
Proficient with Google Suite
Outstanding time management and organizational skills
Committed to providing all students with equitable education

Preferred Skills:
Experience working with low-income students, including but not limited to Title 1 schools. Familiarity with the unique gifts and challenges of this population.

● Must be able to commit to a set schedule. Substitutes not readily available
● Must be able to pass a Seattle Public Schools background check
● Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs
Program Associate: SPIN Girls Core and Club
STEM Paths Innovation Network
The Program Associate is an hourly, part time position responsible for supporting our SPIN Girls Core and Club programs, with other duties as assigned. Compensation is $25/hour. Estimated 5-10 hours/week. Strong potential to grow position.

The SPIN Girls Cohort Teacher is responsible for leading one cohort of SPIN Girls students during each SPIN Girls event. There are 12 SPIN Girls events that take place on Saturdays.

SPIN Girls Club is an after-school program for 6th and 7th grade girls of color. As an instructor in the class, you will co-lead a cohort of 15-30 students with the program lead. Each cohort meets once a week over 8 weeks.

Facilitate virtual and in-person classes of up to 30 students
Assist SPIN staff with curriculum development, program logistics, student/family/mentor relations, and attendance/event records.
Collaborate with other staff and provide needed reporting materials
Attend required training and check-ins, maintain attendance and discipline records, administer and submit assessments

Experience with class management and/or willingness to learn.
Comfort with technology and openness to learning new software.
Commitment to providing all kids with equal education opportunities.
Ability to travel to multiple program sites
Must be able to pass a Seattle Public Schools background check
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs

Experience working with low-income students, included but not limited to Title 1 schools, and a familiarity with the unique gifts and needs of this population.
Kinship Care Support Specialist
Atlantic Street Center
Under the supervision of the Youth Development & Education Program Director, the Kinship Care Support
Specialist will provide regular programming for the Kinship Care group. In addition, they will help create a
warm, friendly and inviting atmosphere for programming in the Family Center.

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