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Public Health Seattle & King County: Judgments/Accounting Clerk - Fiscal Specialist Ii
public health seattle e king countySeattle, WA
WORK LOCATION: This position is based at the King County Courthouse located at 516 3rd Ave, Seattle, but this position may be required to perform duties at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center, 401 4th Ave N., Kent, or the Juvenile Clerk's Office located at 1211 East Alder St., Seattle.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Public Health Seattle & King County: Truck Driver Iii
public health seattle e king countyMaple Valley, WA
Belly dump trailer, 12 to 14 yard pony trailer.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Vet Tech
public health seattle e king countyEast Hill, VT
RASKC provides animal services to 24 cities and unincorporated King County, this includes: rescuing stray, injured, neglected or abused pets; reuniting orphaned pets with families and/or helping them find forever homes through RASKC's pet adoption centers in Kent and Kirkland, including several other partner locations; providing pet licensing services; a wide array of volunteering opportunities and much more.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Public Health Seattle & King County: Facilities Hvac Engineer Ii - Jcc
public health seattle e king countySeattle, KING COUNTY
A Grade Three Steam Engineer License, a Refrigeration Operating Engineer's License, and Universal EPA Technician Certification (these items are required for this position).
Last updated 30+ days ago
Public Health Seattle & King County: Utility Worker Ii
public health seattle e king countyMaple Valley, KING COUNTY
Skill in reading blueprints and schematic drawings to perform landfill gas pipe installation.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Public Health Seattle & King County: Operations Manager Chronic Disease And Injury Prevention
public health seattle e king countySeattle, KING COUNTY
Job SummaryThe Operations Manager works closely with the Leadership Team to provide strategic and operational oversight for the combined sections that consists of: Assessment, Policy Development, & Evaluation (APDE), the Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention (CDIP), and Communities of Opportunity (COO).
Last updated 30+ days ago
Public Health Seattle & King County: Social Worker
public health seattle e king countySeattle, KING COUNTY
At minimum an Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) or Licensed Mental Health Counselor is required, (applicants will be considered who have obtained a temporary practice permit issued by Washington State Department of Health or have a pending credential)
Last updated 30+ days ago
Public Health Seattle & King County: Production Operations Gis Support Manager
public health seattle e king countySeattle, KING COUNTY
SummaryThis position is open to current KCIT employees' onlyThe Production Ops GIS Application Support IT Manager leads a team of GIS support engineers for production in-house built and vendor provided platform and applications in a fast-paced environment.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Public Health Seattle & King County: Finance Manager - Special Operations
public health seattle e king countySeattle, KING COUNTY
Guided by our " True North", weare making King County a welcoming community where every person can thrive.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Public Health Seattle & King County: Public Defense Supervising Attorney
public health seattle e king countySeattle, KING COUNTY
If you are a current supervising attorney in TDA and wish to be considered for transfer to another practice area, you should e-mail the TDA Managing Attorney, Ben Goldsmith, at benjamin.goldsmith@kingcounty.gov no later than the closing date of this recruitment.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Public Health Seattle & King County: Contract Specialist 2
public health seattle e king countySeattle, KING COUNTY
The Procurement & Payables Section is looking for a forward thinking, detailed-oriented Contract Specialist II to join the Construction, Architectural and Engineering, and Project Control (CAP) team focused on the procurement of alternative public works contracts, such as Design-Build (DB) and/or General Contractor/Construction Manager (GCCM) procurements.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Public Health Seattle & King County: Veterinary Technician
public health seattle e king countyKent, KING COUNTY
RASKC provides animal services to 24 cities and unincorporated King County, this includes: rescuing stray, injured, neglected or abused pets; reuniting orphaned petswith families and/or helping them find forever homes through RASKC's pet adoption centers in Kent and Kirkland, including several other partner locations; providing pet licensingservices; a wide array of volunteering opportunities and much more.
Last updated 30+ days ago
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