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Cook Lead Part Time Salaried Position University of Washington, Friday Harbor Labs

$2344/ month at 24 hours per week with full benefits

Cook Lead
Part Time Salaried Position
University of Washington, Friday Harbor Labs
$2344/ month at 24 hours per week with full benefits

Cook for students and visitors in the historic dining hall on the Friday Harbor Marine Lab campus, 5 days a week from 2 pm - 8 pm.  Assist with menus, lead meal coordination from prep through cleaning process, and direct food service workers. To apply and see full job description, visit http://www.washington.edu/jobs/ BEFORE 6/5/24.  Click on the find staff and healthcare jobs button and enter Req #234496 or click here.  


JOB ANNOUNCEMENT : Audiovisual Technician

Salary: $24-$28/hour depending on experience. Part-time, non-exempt, hourly.
Purpose: To set up and run audiovisual technology for Sunday morning worship.

Knowledge and Skills:
 General technical savviness
 Working knowledge of live sound design
 Broad experience with a variety of audio, video, and media equipment
 Knowledge of and experience with Mac computer hardware and software
 Communication and problem-solving skills
 Ability to work as a team member
 Ability to work in a Christian environment
 Must be 18 years or older to apply


Responsibilities:
 Set up sound equipment prior to worship service
 Manage and run audio and video operations
 Be present for worship services, including special events (Christmas Eve, Good Friday,
Easter, etc.)

To apply: Please direct a resume and cover letter to fhpcsanctuary@gmail.com
Within your cover letter please describe your experience with audio and video
equipment, running live sound, and Mac computer hardware and software. posted 4/10


New Hannah Farm is hiring new crew members for the 2024 season!

No farming experience required.  We need smart, strong, and creative people to feed help us feed the island!  Learn how to grow how to grow mixed vegetables using regenerative strategies.

Full-time and part-time positions are available.  Hungry for work that is meaningful and deeply tangible?  Visit our website to learn more and submit your application: https://www.newhannah.com/employment-and-training  posted 3/30


Orcas Island Community Foundation / Executive Director
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Position Title: Executive Director
Reports to: Board of Trustees
Employment Status: Full Time

TO APPLY: Send a resume and cover letter to Jack Groban at jack@jackgroban.com. Requesting
additional information and discussion pre- application is acceptable. All inquiries are strictly
confidential.
Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience


BACKGROUND
Orcas Island Community Foundation was established in 1995 to serve the needs of Orcas Island.
Orcas Island Community Foundation is dedicated to fostering philanthropy, building
endowments, and helping donors, nonprofits and community members benefit the whole of
the Orcas Island community. The Foundation has grown significantly since its inception nearly
30 years ago, with assets under management over $26 million. This asset base has allowed the
Foundation to provide strategic funding throughout the community.


SUMMARY OF POSITION
The Executive Director (ED) provides strong leadership and direction in fulfilling and advancing
the mission of the Orcas Island Community Foundation. The ED is responsible for leading the
Foundation in the achievement of its operational and strategic goals including the success of the
Foundation’s fund(s) and donor development, fiscal management, grants and program
operations, board relations, human capital management, community relations, and
administrative matters. The ideal candidate will have a willingness to apply new approaches to
existing and emerging programs, platforms and community needs. The Executive Director serves
as a prominent, public facing leader within the Orcas Island community intersecting with a
range of community members and leaders. Building, nurturing and sustaining relationships
across all sectors is a vital and essential component of this ED position. The ED will possess a
high executive level of cultural competence, out-of-the-box strategic thinking and experience with inclusive, community-centered fundraising. A successful candidate will be one who
understands and embraces the nuance of a tightly woven, deeply caring island life.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

Strategy Development and Planning
In collaboration with the Board of Trustees, the staff, and other key stakeholders, the ED
develops and executes the Foundation’s strategic plan, long-term goals, and operational plans.
Fund and Donor Development
● Executes OICF’s goal of sustaining and growing assets under management.
● Ensures a sustainable asset base by building long-term relationships with key donors and
fund holders based on mission, cultivation, stewardship, and sound fiscal management.
● Oversees all fund development and fund-raising activities including cultivation and
stewardship of donors in the Orcas Island community, event planning, grant writing, and
engaging new donors.
Fiscal Management
● Ensures the Foundation is meeting budget and is able to deliver on its mission, including
the necessary financial discipline and the investment in resources needed to achieve its
goals.
● Oversees the preparation and management of the annual budget including expense
management.
● In conjunction with the Investment Committee, ensures the assets of the Foundation are
invested in accordance with the guidelines and investment policy.
● Ensures the Financial Policy is up-to-date and enforced.

Grants and Philanthropic Leadership Program Management
Oversees the Foundation’s philanthropic leadership efforts and all grant-making activities.

Board Relations
● Cultivates relationships with the Board of Trustees and leads Board development
activities. Assists in the recruitment of new board members.
● Oversees the preparation and distribution of Board/Committee materials. Serves as ex
officio on all Board committees and works with the Executive Committee and Board
leadership to implement Board decisions.

Human Resource Management
● Ensures the Foundation has the necessary resources to achieve its goals and its mission.
● Manages the Foundation’s staffing needs including hiring and ongoing staff development
● Ensures that employee manuals are enforced and in compliance with all applicable state
and federal laws and Foundation policies.

Community Relations
● Promotes the Foundation’s visibility through participation and membership in
community forums, civic organizations, and activities that align with the Foundation’s
mission and vision.
● Serves as the Foundation’s representative to the public and provides education and
assistance to residents and others in understanding the Foundation’s interests, mission,
and concerns.
● Oversees the communications and outreach messaging and implements a strategic
marketing plan that provides a clear and concise message of the Foundation’s mission.
Administrative Management
● Leads and oversees the administrative components of the Foundation including
contracts and outside consultants. Works with the Foundation’s legal counsel to ensure
legal and regulatory compliance in all aspects of the Foundation’s operations and
maintain the Foundation’s accreditation with National Standards for Community
Foundations.
● In conjunction with the Governance Committee: designs, reviews, maintains, and
implements all operational policies and guidelines for the Foundation and presents
these to the Board of Directors for input and approval.

● Oversees the maintenance/ ownership/ rental portion of the Foundation’s office
building. Ensures the office is keeping up with the appropriate communication systems,
and technology to operate efficiently and effectively. Manages tenants.
● Maintains current skills and knowledge of best practices within the field of philanthropy,
attending seminars and professional training institutes as appropriate.
Experience
● Knowledge of effective nonprofit governance practices and first-hand experience with
nonprofit organizations.
● Demonstrated knowledge of investing, asset allocation, and fund accounting.
● A good understanding of and experience with operating fund accounting software
preferred.
● Strong analytic, writing, and oral presentation skills, and creative problem solving.
● Experience hiring, leading, and delegating to staff as a cohesive and competent team of
professionals.
● Project management skills that demonstrate an ability to set and meet deadlines.
● Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.

Posted 3/18


LINKS TO EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

SAN JUAN ISLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT

OPALCO EMPLOYMENT PAGE

SAN JUAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT PAGE

TOWN OF FRIDAY HARBOR EMPLOYMENT PAGE