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Human Resources handles employment opportunities and openings for support staff, employee service records, and background screening for volunteers and employees. Human Resources also manages and updates the conference policy manual.
Job postings, as available, for Washington Conference and other Adventist organizations are available through a LinkedIn group called Washington Adventist Business Network. Please login to LinkedIn and request to join this group
Job Openings[Top of Page]
¡Ven trabaja con nosotros!
Washington Conference is now accepting applications for a temporary to hire full-time administrative assistant (38 hours) in the Hispanic Ministries Department.
Responsibilities include: designing bulletins, programs and invitations to various events; preparing, editing and proofreading correspondence; managing calendars; scheduling appointments, coordinating meetings, taking and preparing minutes, travel arrangements, preparing reports, distributing mail, setting up and maintaining filing systems, entry and maintenance of databases, and training.
Qualifications: Three years administrative assistant or equivalent experience required. Undergraduate degree and experience preferred. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office Suite), strong attention to detail, problems solving, ability to take initiative and work independently required. Effectively manage and prioritize conflicting workload requirements using strongly developed interpersonal skills and proven organization skills. Written and verbal communication in both English and Spanish language required.
Please mail Employment Application and résumé to: Washington Conference, Attn: Malinda Freedman, Office Manager, 32229 Weyerhaeuser Way S, Federal Way, WA 98001 by April 27, 2017.
Job Network[Top of Page]
Washington Adventist Business Network is designed for Seventh-day Adventists in western Washington to join for networking with those who have jobs to offer and those who are seeking employment.
For Job Posting, please include relevant information including: job title, job description, city of job location, type of job (full-time/part-time), industry, career level, job posting date(s), and contact information (website, phone, fax and/or email) with details about how to apply for the job.
For Job Seekers, please provide a brief summary of your skills and qualifications, the type of job(s) you are looking for, and the best way to contact you.
Washington Conference of Seventh-day Adventists manages this LinkedIn Group for the benefit of our members in western Washington. Click here to access Washington Adventist Business Network on LinkedIn.
Hiring Locally Funded Employees[Top of Page]
The Washington Conference is currently revising its locally funded employee hiring practices. This page will be regularly updated with up-to-date forms and information that you may need. Please check back with each new hire as information may have changed.
Explanation of the hiring process
Forms for Locally Funded Employees
Guide to the I-9 (pdf)
Employment Application (pdf)
All Local Entities
Required Posters that must be posted where employees can read them.
Your rights under the Seattle Paid Sick/Safe Time Ordinance
Background Screening[Top of Page]
In order to protect our children and youth, the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists, the Washington Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and insurance policy requires all churches/schools/clubs to screen backgrounds on every volunteer and worker who works directly with children and youth under the age of 18. Our greatest desire is to assist each church/school/club in doing what is prudent, legal and necessary in order to protect them. Proper screening costs very little but increases safety a great deal.
We have a unified background screening packet: Background Screening Form (PDF)
Please fill out the packet completely and follow the instructions for submitting the form(s).
Reducing the Risk
The all-new Reducing The Risk features an interactive, engaging DVD training program with 10 segments. Ministry leaders, volunteers and board members alike will learn first-hand from leading experts on how to screen and select workers, implement solid supervision policies and respond to allegations. Visit the website www.ReducingtheRisk.com for training resources.
Job Descriptions[Top of Page]
Below you will find job description templates for both full-time (FT) and part-time (PT) positions. Please tailor them to your needs.
- Treasurer (PT)
- Secretary (PT)
- Secretary (FT)
- Receptionist (PT)
- Administrative Assistant (PT)
- Administrative Assistant (FT)
- Grounds Worker
- Teacher's Assistant (PT)
- Head Teacher
- Assistant Teacher (FT)
- Assistant Teacher (PT)
- Teacher's Assistant
- If there are no head/assistant teachers, you may prefer to use: Teacher (FT) or Teacher (PT)
HR Forms for Employees[Top of Page]
Vacation: Vacation Request Form for departmental and field employees (also in pdf)
Leave of Absence: Leave of Absence Form (pdf)
FMLA: Notice of Eligibility and Rights & Responsibilities FMLA Form (pdf)
Life Insurance: Life Insurance Form (pdf)
Direct Deposit: Authorization Agreement for Direct Deposits (pdf)
Medical Benefits: Medical Benefits Application Form (pdf)
Locally Funded Employee Conversion (PPT)