Maintain natural environments, landscaping, and outdoor hardscapes including shrubs, trees, lawns, irrigation, and sidewalks. Work is performed outdoors in all types of weather at the main campus of Seattle Children's Hospital, and at various clinical and non-clinical off-sites as assigned. Essential duties include weeding, pruning, grooming, raking, mulching, planting, digging, plant removal, blowing, mowing, edging, string trimming, pressure washing, litter/garbage pickup, snow/ice removal, and ensuring walkways, stairs, and other outdoor spaces remain safe and clear of hazards.
Exerting 20-50 lb. of force occasionally and/or 10-25 lb. frequently, or up to 10 lb. constantly for lifting/carrying/pushing/pulling. Six or more hours of walking/standing in 8 hour shift. Sitting occasional. Stooping may be required frequently. For a more detailed description of the physical demands required, please refer to the Job Demand Analysis or ADA profile by contacting the Human Resources department.
Visit the Seattle Children's Hospital Career page to apply.
Pacifica Nurseries, a wholesale plant broker located in Woodinville, WA is accepting applications for
a Customer Accounts Manager. Please send a copy of your resume and (optional) cover
letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Customer Accounts Manager Position.”
We are looking for a qualified candidate to begin training immediately and start in the first part of November 2020. Salary DOE.
Do you have a head for business with a nonprofit heart? Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center seeks a creative, entrepreneurial individual to lead new business development strategies for our growing non-profit organization. Working closely with the Executive Director, the position sources and cultivates partnerships and focuses on capacity-building and programmatic strategies that support our organizational growth. A successful Director of Business Development will develop and execute an ambitious plan to drive earned revenue for Oxbow’s Farm, Native Plant Nursery, Education and Membership Programs. They will supervise the Marketing/Communications and Public Engagement/Events team, elevating these functions to build Oxbow’s brand and increase our connection to key audiences.
The Director of Programs will drive key operational and administrative functions to ensure Oxbow has the infrastructure needed to drive the organization’s success and impact. They will bring extensive nonprofit executive leadership experience and a demonstrated record of managing and enhancing the administration of a high-performing organization. The successful Director of Programs is a creative problem-solver who thrives on identifying solutions and focusing on what’s possible while facilitating strong collaboration and communication across the organization. They will bring strong emotional intelligence, authenticity, and a proven ability to help individuals and teams achieve their full potential.
Internships offer valuable experience in a variety of fields. Updated regularly.
Sander Groves Landscaping is a high-end residential landscape company. Our Seasonal Color Department is looking for a creative, energetic person to help install and maintain seasonal color plantings at East side accounts.
Must possess a great attention to detail, excellent communication and organizational skills, a good work ethic, and be able to perform tasks independently and in team environment. Horticultural experience beneficial. WSDL and clean driving record required. Full time / Part time with flexibility and Benefits. Wage DOE.
Call Michele B. Walker, Seasonal Color Manager
Carnation Farms is a nonprofit organization on a mission to transform the way that people want to eat. We celebrate delicious and nutritious food produced in a sustainable manner by providing inspirational and educational experiences that positively affect the health, the environment, and local economies. We develop the next generation of food citizens and grow new farmers.
Applications are now being accepted for Carnation Farms 2020 Growing Farmers program. This 8.5 month mentorship program includes proven curriculum, a bi weekly stipend, and free bunk-style housing (for individuals, due to capacity we can't accommodate families or pets thanks). You also get to learn while working and living on a beautiful and historic farm!
Mon-Fri, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mon-Fri, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sat, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.