March 20, 2012

Tommy Bahama

Job Title:  Patternmaker

Job Location: Seattle

Salary: TBD

Degree in fashion merchandising or fashion design
At least 5+ years experience as a lead patternmaker
At least 3 yrs. experience as a technical assistant or fit technician
Knowledge of Gerber PDS or related systems
Detail oriented
Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
Able to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines


For consideration, please apply online
Research Assistant Needed

Seeking smart, detail oriented and responsible person w/good research and writing skills.
Must be able to make cold calls, charm strangers and know how to pitch a story.

Work from our Capitol Hill area in Seattle


Knowledge of MS Word and Google Docs
Ideally you can bring your own laptop
College degree preferred - film school or journalism degree a plus
Prior experience w/research for television or documentary production a plus
Must be organized, driven to find the best story out there and able to work independently
Must be able to work under deadlines and maintain quality

Salary: DOE

Please send email stating why this is the right job for you and a resume to:
Coastal Seattle

Job Title: Retail Sales Associate and Merchandiser
Job Type: Part-Time
Job Location: West Seattle
Salary: $10 hr. 
Required Skills: Customer service, merchandising abilities, self motivated 
Job Description: Responsible for everyday shop operations sales and merchandising during business hours. Sales associates perform daily tasks laid out for them by either the owner or the Sales Associate Lead for each shift worked. The time requirement is 20-25 hrs. per week during peak season (April-September), 10 + hours during off-season (October-March).

Email resume and cover letter to:


March 19, 2012

Pasta & Co - Retail Specialty Food

Job Title: Retail front of House Opportunities for food knowledgeable, quality driven, customer service experienced people to join our staff. Currently, we have a position open for someone looking to "feed their culinary soul" and to learn.
Job Type: part-time

Job Location: Bellevue

Salary: $9.50 - $10.00 hr. DOE to start

Required Skills:

At least 1 year retail food/restaurant experience
A background or familiarity with pure, all-natural foods
Are passionate about food and dynamic with customers
Thrive in a "think on your feet", fast paced environment
Available to work Wednesday - Saturday afternoons and evenings 

To apply, please follow the provided link which will take you to the third party website, ADP, to complete the application process

Northwest Art & Frame

Job Title:  Cashier
Job Type:  Full & Part Time

Job Location:  Seattle

Salary:  $11 hr.

Required Skills:  Applicants must have current retail store experience w/references, basic computer skills, excellent work ethic, and be available to work weekends, days, and evenings. Knowledge and experience w/art materials is preferred.

General duties will include: Operating a point of sale system, merchandising and displaying products, general store cleaning, and of course...customer service (i.e. answering phones, customer questions, etc.)

Please email your resume: or Fax: 206.937.5594
Borsalino's (Seattle)

Job Title: Pizza delivery

Job Type:  Part-time
Need car and insurance

Job Location:  Seattle

Call: 206.323.4444

Keyholder Village Maternity in University Village

Job Type:  Part-time

Job Location: University Village

Salary: DOE

Required Skills:  Must be positive, professional, mature, a self-starter, have great customer service and communication skills.

At least 1 year retail experience requested, and be gifted at multi-tasking.

This is a part-time position, but must be available some nights until 9 and both Saturday and Sunday (or every other Sunday).

This position is a great stepping stone for someone who wants to know everything about running a retail store,merchandising, buying, or who just loves customer service. 

Computer skills in photo shop and/or Illustrator, and a marketing background a plus.

We know it takes every kind of person to make a store work, and we appreciate everyone as an individual.  If you are a good match, you will love your job and learn a lot, AND we will appreciate you!

Please send your resume to  We will be hiring soon! 

Thanks for applying.

March 7, 2012

Weekend Donation Station Attendant - Northwest Center

At Northwest Center, we seek out individuals who have the drive and passion to solidify our organization as a leader in our field. If you want to be part of a growing organization and play a significant role in empowering and enriching the lives of others, then this job is for you!

We are looking for part-time Donation Station Attendants to work for our Seattle Thrift Sales Department. This position assists the public by accepting screened donations and properly loading these donations onto pre-assigned stationary trucks, answering questions and providing information pertaining to Northwest Center's mission, the disposition of donated goods, and the positive impact these donations have on Northwest Center's services.

This is a great opportunity for someone looking for part-time work during the weekend. This position will be based out of the South Seattle or Auburn Depot location. Responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:

Work flexible hours that are subject to change based on seasonality, and work schedule as written
Drive donation truck as instructed by management
May be called upon to assist at onsite donation stations in Savers stores
Daily prepare truck prior to leaving base by checking fluids, lights, tires, etc, for proper functionality, and reporting any vehicle problems to the driver supervisor
Drive to and park at pre-assigned location and prepare for shift activities
Efficiently assist each customer with their donation, and while screening items for acceptability provide a high degree of customer service that enhances Northwest Centers€™s reputation
Distribute information, literature and bags as required
Accurately track and record donations onto a log sheet throughout shift, separating them into three categories (cloth, miscellaneous and furniture)
Properly separate donations into three categories (cloth, miscellaneous and furniture) and stack items on the truck in a logical and orderly manner
Accurately and thoroughly fill out truck report
Unload truck at designated store, or trailer, as indicated by supervisor and complete store card to document unload from truck
Perform other work related duties as assigned

Valid Washington State driver's license
Clean five (5) year driving record
Excellent customer service skills
Ability to lift goods weighing 25lbs. consistently and on occasion up to 75lbs and ability to maintain physical activity for the duration of a 10 hour shift
Ability to pass criminal history background check, pre-employment drug test, and fit for duty

Please view the entire job description and apply online at

Northwest Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

March 6, 2012


The Cook is responsible for maintaining a safe and healthy kitchen environment. Plans menus and prepares daily breakfasts, lunches and afternoon snacks for enrolled children, maintains all records, and orders for groceries and supplies.

Essential Functions:
•Regular and punctual attendance is required
•Plans appropriate menu cycles for the food program
•Provides appropriate substitutions for children with special diets and allergies
•Orders and purchases from food supply food items to prepare meals in accordance with Dept. of Agriculture Food Program guidelines
•Prepares breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack as dictated by menu cycle
•Monitors menus and meals and maintains accurate records as stated in Department of Agriculture Food Program contract
•Responsible for communicating to the Director of Early Learning, any needs for kitchen equipment and appliances
•Maintains a safe and healthy kitchen environment
•Oversees daily operation of the kitchen, assisting in all areas as needed
•Under the supervision of the Director of Early Learning, consults with Public Health Nutritionist for the purpose of keeping informed of USDA regulations and DEL licensing regulations
•Participates in events designed to ensure quality food program
•Provides support to co-workers
•Exhibits teamwork, courtesy, and a positive demeanor
•Schedules assigned kitchen aides to ensure smooth program operations
•Remains on site at the CDP throughout the shift to ensure food needs of children and staff are met at any time during operating hours
•Performs other job-related duties as assigned

Other Functions:
•Supports classroom cooking projects and nutrition curriculum

•Must have or obtain valid Washington State food handlers permit prior to beginning employment

•A minimum of 2 years cooking experience required
•Experience cooking for groups of children and working with people with disabilities is also preferred

Skills & Abilities:
•Demonstrated knowledge of menu planning and meal preparation
•Demonstrated knowledge of appropriate food preparation
•Demonstrated knowledge of safe food storage and handling
•Demonstrated ability to communicate orally and in written form
•Demonstrated ability to work as a team member
•Customer service orientation and sensitivity to mission of agency

Contact with Others:
•Direct contact with staff, occasional contact with families

Supervision Received:
•Under general supervision, Works independently, manages own time.

Scope & Impact:
•Responsible for smooth kitchen operations and food program. Uses independent judgment to plan for food program within the limits of regulations and program policies.

Pressure of Work:
•Must use effective time management to provide meals on schedule.

Other Working Conditions:
•Often lifts in excess of 25 lbs.
•Able to stand, bend, reach, and perform other physical duties required for kitchen duties frequently.

Northwest Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Hours: Monday - Friday 6:30am - 3:30pm