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					                             EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Note: LHS does not endorse any of the job openings or employers listed here; this is solely provided as a community
service. Please make sure to adequately screen the company or person you are considering working for to make sure the
position meets your needs and you understand all the job requirements


Newest Postings: (as of April 13th)

King County Library Page Fellowship- Renton/Renton Highlands/Fairwood cluster; 15 hours a week starting
at $10.663 per hour. Visit them at http://www.kcls.org/ or come to the Career Center for more
information Application deadline April 21st, 2011. Early application encouraged!

Boehm’s Candies is currently looking to fill several part time after school/weekend retail sales positions.
Wage DOE. Applications available in our retail store – 255 NE Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, WA 98027. Call on
Narissa or Rebecca for more information – (425) 392-6652.

King County Library Pages in Preston location. Compensation starts at $10.663 an hour, with vacation and
sick pay. Visit them at http://www.kcls.org/ or come to the Career Center for more information. (Closes
4/14/11)

The Little Gyms of South King County (Renton, Covington & Federal Way) are looking for energetic and
self-motivated juniors and seniors seeking a fun and challenging opportunity teaching gymnastics and
working with children 3 to 10. Birthday Bashes, Parent’s Survival Night and Summer Camp fall into this
positions responsibilities. Generally one Friday or Saturday night a week ins included. Please forward
contact information and resume to swolsky@littlegym.com.


Apprenticeships          (Check at end of document for other informational sources)

Upcoming sometime in March! Marine machinists Apprenticeship, a 6000 hour program, includes 432
hours of related schooling at Renton Technical College, sponsored by Todd Pacific Shipyards. Watch for
updated information!!! (Still checking into it on April 12)

Childcare

A Live-in Babysitter needed to care for a newborn 2-3 nights a week from 630pm to about 730am and
an occasional weekend, starting in the fall. Rent would start at $300 until the birth, then it would be free,
everything included. Experience with newborns There are no daytime hours expected. Pay to be
determined. Please contact mkcolombia@gmail.com for interview and questions.(2/14/11)

Customer Service

Courtesy Clerk @ local QFC’s: All interested applicants need to apply online
https://qfc.com/company_information/careers/Pages/default.aspx. Click Store Opportunities, enter zip to
find local stores, enter number of miles for 10 search of locations. It is highly suggested to follow up in
person with the store manager. Your chances of gaining a job will be much better if you don’t restrict you
available time, except for school. Starting say is $8.77 and union dues will be required.

Fred Meyer in Issaquah is looking for Courtesy Clerks. Among the duties are assist customers by loading
parcels into vehicles, maintain the outside area of the store, and return shopping carts to the inside of the
store; provide customer service, and ability to work weekends on a regular basis; accuracy and attention
to detail are important. Rate of pay $8.82 guaranteed with at least 12 hours per week.
To apply, go to http://www.fredmeyer.com/Pages/default.aspx for the application.



Education
                             EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Note: LHS does not endorse any of the job openings or employers listed here; this is solely provided as a community
service. Please make sure to adequately screen the company or person you are considering working for to make sure the
position meets your needs and you understand all the job requirements
Apollo Elementary is in need of someone who would translate newsletters in to Spanish for the ELL
department and Explorer Club. Contact Jen Davis @ davisj@issaquah.wednet.edu or Judy Whipple @
whipplej@issaquah.wednet.edu.(3/18/11)

Family of a third grade boy is looking for a student who is interested in tutoring their son in reading this
summer. He is Spanish speaking, loves soccer and is described as ‘a very nice boy’. Reading materials
would be provided. For more information, contact Judy Whipple @ 425-837-7540 or
whipplej@issaquah.wednet.edu (3/18/11)

Kumon Math and Reading Center of Renton Benson Hill and Pine Lake: Currently looking for
assistants. Job duties would include one or more of the following: Grading papers, data entry, working
with students of all ages with things ranging from flash cards and counting aloud to algebra and calculus.
Strong math and English background preferred. The hours at Pine Lake are Mondays and Thursdays 2:45-
6:45 pm and Benson Hill hours are Tuesday and Fridays 2:45-6:45pm. Must be 16 years or older. Pay
starts at 8.75 an hour. Call 425-277-6106 or e-mail kumon.mathandreading@yahoo.com (ongoing)

Entertainment

Regal Issaquah 9 Theatre: Seeking part-time workers in all areas of the theatre. You must be at least
16 years of age and be willing to work weekends and holidays. Apply in person. (ongoing)

Lobby Attendant: Village Theatre in Issaquah - Looking for fun and responsible people to run
concessions and assist the House Manager during live performances. Applicant must be flexible and
available to work Tuesday through Sunday evenings from 6:00-10:00 pm and weekend matinee
performances at noon. Lobby attendant will set up and break down concession area, prepare money for
deposit, and assist House Manger as required. Schedule will vary, but will typically work two 4-hour shifts
per week. Prefer 16 years and up, with hourly wage plus complimentary and half-price tickets for every
show and half-price tuition for all Village Theatre classes. Contact Robert Russell at
rrussell@villagetheatre.org (ongoing)

Food Service

Flying Pie Pizzeria: (Issaquah) Looking for friendly delivery drivers (must be 18 years old) with a
good driving record. Evenings and weekends, apply in person at 30 Front St. S. or online at
www.flyingpiepizzeria.com (ongoing)

Dining Services-University House of Issaquah- Work 4pm-8pm in the Dining Room at University
House a full service, fine dining restaurant in an elegant retirement living community is seeking highly
motivated students who are self-starters. Previous food experience a plus, but not required. Great location
and great pay for the right students $10/hr. Apply in person at 22975 N.E. Black Nugget Road, Issaquah.
(ongoing)

Internships       (Check at end of document for other informational sources)


Washington Business Week is offering several very competitive one-week internships at their summer
programs. The internship is open to highly motivated high school students and undergraduates who have
attended at least one Business Week Program. It requires long hours, a great attitude and hard work. The
internship will provide experiential learning activities that develop the teamwork, leadership and career
skills you will need to navigate adolescence, succeed in college and prosper as a young adult. Available at

Are you interested in learning more about the process of creating public policy? Are you interested in
participating in community outreach/education programs? As an intern with the Business Institute of
                            EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Note: LHS does not endorse any of the job openings or employers listed here; this is solely provided as a community
service. Please make sure to adequately screen the company or person you are considering working for to make sure the
position meets your needs and you understand all the job requirements
Washington you will have the opportunity to meet and work along side key individuals highly engaged in
affecting change in our state. You will be working with various groups involved with creating public policy,
from non-profit groups, private companies and associations, as well as elected officials. The Business
Institute of Washington recruits civic minded individuals who are interested in expanding their
knowledge on public policy and its effects on the business climate in Washington State. Orientation and
training will be provided at the beginning and throughout the internship period. Interns will be working
with the institute’s staff and may be assigned to different work groups depending on project requirements.
We are not accepting any other applicants at this time but will be recruiting new interns next fall. If you
have questions, call 425) 313-0074 (Valerie Huntsberry). For more information:
http://enterprisewashington.org


Destiny Merchandising Intern Opportunity- Destiny Merchandising is a locally owned and operated
screen printing and apparel company based in Kirkland. They are launching a program for a handful of
students at a few key schools in the greater Puget Sound area. This is a great opportunity for someone
interested in a sales and marketing career. They have in house designers that create cutting edge designs
for our clients and then we bring them to life in the form of spirit wear or uniforms. Our company does a
tremendous amount of work with schools in the area and we want to give back to the community by
providing a “hands” on learning experience to the right high school students. Our offices our hip and fun
and you will have an amazing time being a part of our team. The best person for this role is very goal
oriented, highly motivated and is eager to receive a recommendation for next year’s college application
process. A junior or sophomore would be most desirable, as we will be investing a significant amount of
time mentoring and training these students. If you are interested, please contact
Kim@DestinyMerchandising.com or 206-818-1803 to set up a meeting. (2/10/11)

Pacific Science Center Discovery Corps: They are looking for students to help inspire others to become
interested in science. The program includes training and 100 hours of service learning, with a potential for
internships to follow. Students with a passion for science would be a perfect match for the Discovery
Corps; click here for more information.


Recreation


Little Gyms of Renton, Covington and Federal Way is NOW HIRING part-time instructors with strong
gymnastic skills to deliver outstanding birthday parties and/or an evening of entertainment (generally one
Friday or Saturday evening per week) for children 3 to 10 years old. These Little Gyms franchises are
looking for juniors and seniors that are motivated, responsible, a strong work ethic and the natural ability
to put a smile on the face of children of all ages! If this sounds like the job you have been looking for,
please forward contact information and resume to swolsky@thelittlegym.com (ongoing)


Lifeguards & First Aid Attendants: University of Washington Department of Recreational Sports
Programs, IMA Building, Room 125. Apply in person or pick-up application at Pool Office. Qualifications
include Lifeguard Training, First Aid, CPR, & AED. Weekdays and weekends all hours. (ongoing)


Retail

Sunglass Hut in Macy’s Part-time sales consultants wanted for Bellevue and Redmond stores who are at
least 18 years old and are energetic, overly optimistic, can stay focused, have an imagination and good
problem solving skills. Contact:Roxy Gregg, Senior Store Manager and Regional Trainer, 360) 609-9581,
Roxy.Bellevue@hotmail.com (ongoing)
                            EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Note: LHS does not endorse any of the job openings or employers listed here; this is solely provided as a community
service. Please make sure to adequately screen the company or person you are considering working for to make sure the
position meets your needs and you understand all the job requirements




Other employment possibilities:

Summer Jobs with a difference: www.coolworks.com
Part-time by zip code: www.gotajob.com
The Riley Guide: www.rileyguide.com
Sea-Tac Airport: www.airportjobs.org
King County Library Jobs: www.kcls.org/employment/
Youth Ecology Corps: www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/swfa/eyc/youth.html
King County: www.kingcounty.gov/jobs.aspx
Work Source Washington: https://fortress.wa.gov/esd/worksource/Employment.aspx
Sears Department Stores: www.sears.com/careers
Fred Meyers Job Hotline: www.fredmeyer.com
Target: http://targetcareers.target.com/
QFC: http://www.qfconline.com/careers.htm
Safeway: http://www.safeway.com/ifl/Grocery/Careers#iframetop
Albertsons: http://www.jobslocally.org/albertsons-jobs.htm?ad=txt-
&site=albertson.com&skw=albertsons%20jobs
J.C. Penney: http://www.jcpenneycareers.com/Career_Opportunties/index.asp
PetsMart: http://careers.petsmart.com/
Restaurant Workers: www.wrahome.com
UPS: www.upsjobs.com
Wildwaves Theme Park: www.wildwaves.com
City of Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department: www.ci.issaquah.wa.us
Costco: www.costco.com

TEEN WORKERS RIGHTS: Health and safety awareness is important for working teens. For more
information go to the Washington Dept. of Labor and Industries at
http://www.lni.wa.gov/WorkplaceRights/TeenWorkers/default.asp, call (360)-902-5316 or email
teensafety@lni.wa.gov


                                      Self-Help Information

Apprenticeships:
You will need to contact the programs directly to determine if they are accepting applications
and if they are, you would follow their procedures for applying
The best way to find programs in your area is to run the Listing of Programs by County
at this link:
https://fortress.wa.gov/lni/arts/ExternalReports/ProgramsByCountyReport.aspx
This will give you a listing of programs for your county sorted by occupation. You can
then review or download the listing, and if any of the occupations are something you
may want to apply for will need to contact the program directly to determine if they are
accepting applications and if they are, you would follow their procedures for applying
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Apprenticeship Registration and Tracking System (ARTS) (Public)
                            EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Note: LHS does not endorse any of the job openings or employers listed here; this is solely provided as a community
service. Please make sure to adequately screen the company or person you are considering working for to make sure the
position meets your needs and you understand all the job requirements
https://fortress.wa.gov/lni/arts/Index.aspx
http://ARTS.LNI.wa.gov
The following is the regular Apprenticeship Web site.
http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Apprenticeship
http://Apprenticeship.LNI.wa.gov
How to become an apprentice
http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Apprenticeship/Become/default.asp
http://Apprenticeship.wa.gov
Programs by County page:
https://fortress.wa.gov/lni/arts/ExternalReports/ProgramsByCountyReport.aspx
Programs by Occupation lookup page
https://fortress.wa.gov/lni/arts/ProgramByOccupationLookup.aspx
Listing of programs who have sent in Apprenticeship Opening Notices.
http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Apprenticeship/Programs/ProgOpen/default.asp
Apprenticeship Catalog
http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Apprenticeship/files/pubs/appcat.pdf
listing of program standards
http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Apprenticeship/Programs/Standards/default.asp

For Licensed trades: You can get your TRAINEE card, which allows you to work for a journey-
level electrician/plumber by either going on-line or going to the nearest L&I office, fill out the
form and pay the fee.

On-line registration: http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/LicensingReq/default.asp

L&I Office locations:http://www.lni.wa.gov/Main/ContactInfo/OfficeLocations/default.asp
http://www.helmetstohardhats.org/

http://www.hecb.wa.gov/AuthEval/saa/appsaa.asp

Women’s web site
http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Apprenticeship/Women/default.asp

				
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