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06/21/2022 - 08/19/2022
Community Engagement Coordinator

Empire Health Foundation

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(Pending Approval)
  • $39,092 - $45,990

    Rebecca Johnston

  • rebeccaj@empirehealthfoundation.org

JOB DESCRIPTION
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR Spokane, WA About Empire Health Foundation Empire Health Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation, was founded in 2008 through the sale of Deaconess Hospital and Valley Medical Center. We believe health is a fundamental human right and boldly advance health equity in eastern Washington. Through a collaborative approach to philanthropy, we center community voice, knowledge, and experience in our actions. We prioritize deep relationships with our communities, confronting systems of poverty and racism, while pursuing innovative solutions to improve health and quality of life. Our core values of community, integrity, trust, compassion, and unconditional love guide our work. We address equity by investing in sustainable systems change that results in healthier, more vibrant communities for all. Empire Health Foundation now invites applications for a Community Engagement Coordinator to join its team. Job Summary EHF is looking for an organized, self-motivated individual who enjoys creating a welcoming environment to join our team! Skills with connecting with people and learning about the needs of their organizations will contribute to success in this role. The Community Events Coordinator will wear multiple hats, acting as an event coordinator and receptionist for the Philanthropy Center, as well as supporting other Facilities-related tasks. Experience with event logistics or as an Administrative Assistant is a plus! The Community Engagement Coordinator is responsible for greeting and supporting guests of the Philanthropy Center to represent the organization in a way that is welcoming and inclusive. They provide event support and coordination for events held at the Philanthropy Center (PC), for both internal employee-led events and events led by external community groups. The Community Engagement Coordinator works to see that event coordination and back-end support runs smoothly, in order to ensure that EHF’s internal and external constituents have a positive and productive experience with events that are held at the PC. The Community Engagement Coordinator provides and establishes general office support and clerical tasks in welcoming all Philanthropy Center (PC) guests, event coordination/communication with organizers, event room and conference room setups, and event support as needed to include technology needs. They order and organize break room/cafe supplies and maintain a clean and hospitable environment in common/meeting areas, provide customer service to employees and guests, handle Parcel/Package distribution, order and disperse event and office supplies, and provide scheduling support for multiple conference/meeting spaces at the PC. Essential Job Functions Event Coordination • Provides front-line scheduling for internal and external meetings/events in the Convening Center and smaller conference rooms • Establishes effective event communication and confirmation processes with stakeholders and internal staff • Meets with event organizers to intake event front-end and logistics needs • Prepares event space for meetings by setting up tables and chairs for small and large groups, and breaks down tables and chairs after meetings • Remains present at office while meetings are taking place in event room, including occasional evenings or weekends, to address logistics or technology needs • Provides Event Support, including assisting clients with AV System startup/setup, instruction on room amenities (i.e. coffee maker, water/ice, etc.), and responding to requests for assistance and troubleshooting • Maintains thorough understanding of AV System to provide setup assistance and initial troubleshooting of issues. Escalates issues to Facilities & IT Manager as needed for more in-depth troubleshooting and repair • Maintains office and café supplies (inventory review, ordering, organizing) and maintains a clean and hospitable environment in common/meeting areas • Learns and becomes Power User and Primary Support Resource for Zoom Meetings and Teams operation • Learns and becomes primary support for in-room resources i.e. Smartboards, webcams, technology connections, etc. • Posts meeting room schedules Reception/Administration • Greets the PC guests and answers questions • Responds to inquiries from employees • Takes and retrieves messages for various personnel • Organizes electronic and paper meeting materials related to Board and Committee work, supporting the Senior Executive Assistant/Board Liaison • Identifies and establishes event efficiencies and readiness for, and manages, the fishbowl conference room, café, front lobby and Convening Center café and their supplies for meetings, events and celebrations • Ensures café, event center and activity room refrigerators are cleaned on a monthly basis • Performs weekly inventory checks of Facilities-related materials and places orders to maintain inventory levels • Other clerical duties as assigned
REQUIREMENTS
QUALIFICATIONS • Two years of increasingly responsible related experience • High school diploma REQUIRED SKILLS • Ability to create a welcoming, pleasant and inclusive environment • Strong attention to detail • Exceptionally thorough and effective communicator both verbally and written • Self-motivated and takes initiative • Strong work ethic • Strong interpersonal skills • Demonstrated cultural competence • Strong organization and time management skills
HOW TO APPLY
Candidates may submit their cover letter and resume to Rebecca Johnston at rebeccaj@empirehealthfoundation.org. EHF serves a diverse community and encourages applications from qualified individuals who reflect the growing diversity that enriches Spokane and the surrounding counties. Empire Health Foundation is an EEO employer.
07/19/2022 - 08/26/2022
Copywriter

Northern Quest

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(Pending Approval)
  • Jake Patterson

  • jpatterson@northernquest.com

JOB DESCRIPTION
Job Description Ensure compliance with the Kalispel Tribe of Indians-Internal Controls, and NQRC Policies and Procedures. Works as part of the Marketing Department to develop compelling content for advertising, marketing, blogs, articles, social media and company website(s). At the direction of the Marketing Director and other department leadership, composes and edits all marketing copy which includes, but is not limited to, producing compelling headlines, body copy, email subject lines and video/radio scripts that captures the attention of the target audience. All work products must be completed with a keen awareness of the importance of brand consistency and within brand voice and creative standards. Writes short- and long-form pieces with a high degree of conceptual creativity and verbal polish. Collaborates as part of the creative team to craft strategic messaging for all initiatives of the company’s business operations. Proofreads content for errors and inconsistencies. Edits and polishes existing content to improve accuracy, authenticity, comprehension and readability. Conducts keyword research and uses SEO best practices on all web related components of writing projects. Identifies customer needs and recommends new content to address gaps in the company's current content. In order to deliver clear and concise written content, invests the appropriate time and exhibits a high degree of collaboration with both internal and external department stakeholders to learn about the various segments of Northern Quest’s customer and how those customers interact with the various operational categories of the business. Conceptualize and present the creative direction for scripts, copy, headlines and any other written content as required. Manages assigned workload in a timely manner often executing on multiple deliverables for campaigns with competing priorities. Speaks with authority in the role copywriting plays in the social media space (organic and paid). Produces copy for and maintains department training materials. May be required to be a panelist for the Internal Review Hearings. This job description does not list all of the duties of this position. You may be instructed by management to perform other duties as assigned.
REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, marketing, advertising, new media or a similarly related field to the requirements of the position is required. At a minimum, three (3) years of copywriting, marketing, communications, advertising, public relations or advertising agency experience is required. Five (5) years is preferred. Direct relatable experience to the requirements of this position is required. Advertising and/or creative agency experience is preferred. Must be able to obtain and maintain Tribal Work Permit. Must be willing to sign a legally binding non-competition contract that prohibits activity that directly conflicts with the integrity of Kalispel Tribe Economic Authority’s business interests and its affiliate organizations as specified within the contract, for the duration of time listed. Must be willing to work flexible hours, sometimes on evenings and weekends pertaining to the needs of the position. Hiring Preference: The Kalispel Tribe of Indians is an Equal opportunity employer. Consistent with federal law, the Kalispel Tribe of Indians applies Indian preference in employment. It is the policy of the Kalispel Tribe of Indians to give preference in hiring, promotions, and transfers into vacant positions to qualified applicants in the following order: 1) Kalispel Tribal Members; 2) Spouse of an enrolled Kalispel Tribal Member; 3) enrolled members of other Indian Tribes; 4) all other applicants. At-Will Employment: Employment with the Kalispel Tribe of Indians is at-will and can be terminated with or without cause, and with or without notice, at any time, either at the option of the employee or the Kalispel Tribe of Indians. Drug Testing: The Kalispel Tribe of Indians is a drug free work place. All applicants are subject to drug testing at the time of hire and at unannounced times during employment. Background Investigation: All candidates and employees may be subject to a background investigation. Kalispel Hospitality: Deliver Kalispel hospitality, find a path to YES, and provide a warm smile and greeting.
HOW TO APPLY
https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/NOR1008NQUST/JobBoard/6fde912a-2d0d-4e4f-914a-b0074c914c29/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=e86b4ea8-c9b3-4696-a58d-cfc8a168f31f
08/04/2022 - 10/04/2022
Event Coordinator/Admin Assistant

Empire Health Foundation

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(Pending Approval)
  • $39,092 - $45,990

    Rebecca Johnston

  • RebeccaJ@empirehealthfoundation.org

JOB DESCRIPTION
Job Summary EHF is looking for an organized, self-motivated individual who enjoys creating a welcoming environment to join our team! Skills with connecting with people and learning about the needs of their organizations will contribute to success in this role. The Event Coordinator/Administrative Assistant will wear multiple hats, acting as an event coordinator and receptionist for the Philanthropy Center, as well as supporting other Facilities-related tasks. Experience with event logistics or as an Administrative Assistant is a plus! The Event Coordinator/Administrative Assistant is responsible for greeting and supporting guests of the Philanthropy Center to represent the organization in a way that is welcoming and inclusive. They provide event support and coordination for events held at the Philanthropy Center (PC), for both internal employee-led events and events led by external community groups. The Event Coordinator/Administrative Assistant works to see that event coordination and back-end support runs smoothly, in order to ensure that EHF’s internal and external constituents have a positive and productive experience with events that are held at the PC. The Event Coordinator/Administrative Assistant provides and establishes general office support and clerical tasks in welcoming all Philanthropy Center (PC) guests, event coordination/communication with organizers, event room and conference room setups, and event support as needed to include technology needs. They order and organize breakroom/cafe supplies and maintain a clean and hospitable environment in common/meeting areas, provide customer service to employees and guests, handle Parcel/Package distribution, order and disperse event and office supplies, and provide scheduling support for multiple conference/meeting spaces at the PC. Essential Job Functions Event Coordination Provides front-line scheduling for internal and external meetings/events in the Convening Center and smaller conference rooms Establishes effective event communication and confirmation processes with stakeholders and internal staff Meets with event organizers to intake event front-end and logistics needs Prepares event space for meetings by setting up tables and chairs for small and large groups, and breaks down tables and chairs after meetings Remains present at office while meetings are taking place in event room, including occasional evenings or weekends, to address logistics or technology needs Provides Event Support, including assisting clients with AV System startup/setup, instruction on room amenities (i.e. coffee maker, water/ice, etc.), and responding to requests for assistance and troubleshooting Maintains thorough understanding of AV System to provide setup assistance and initial troubleshooting of issues. Escalates issues to Facilities & IT Manager as needed for more in-depth troubleshooting and repair Maintains office and café supplies (inventory review, ordering, organizing) and maintains a clean and hospitable environment in common/meeting areas Learns and becomes Power User and Primary Support Resource for Zoom Meetings and Teams operation Learns and becomes primary support for in-room resources i.e. Smartboards, webcams, technology connections, etc. Posts meeting room schedules Reception/Administration Greets the PC guests and answers questions Responds to inquiries from employees Takes and retrieves messages for various personnel Organizes electronic and paper meeting materials related to Board and Committee work, supporting the Senior Executive Assistant/Board Liaison Identifies and establishes event efficiencies and readiness for, and manages, the fishbowl conference room, café, front lobby and Convening Center café and their supplies for meetings, events and celebrations Ensures café, event center and activity room refrigerators are cleaned on a monthly basis Performs weekly inventory checks of Facilities-related materials and places orders to maintain inventory levels Other clerical duties as assigned
REQUIREMENTS
QUALIFICATIONS Two years of increasingly responsible related experience High school diploma REQUIRED SKILLS Ability to create a welcoming, pleasant and inclusive environment Strong attention to detail Exceptionally thorough and effective communicator both verbally and written Self-motivated and takes initiative Strong work ethic Strong interpersonal skills Demonstrated cultural competence Strong organization and time management skills
HOW TO APPLY
Candidates may submit their cover letter and resume to Rebecca Johnston at rebeccaj@empirehealthfoundation.org.

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