Pacific Northwest

Please browse our below employment opportunities and submit an application by selecting “Apply Online“. You will have the opportunity to attach a resume once the application has been submitted. If you are interested in an internship with Olive Crest, please select the “Intern Application” option.

Corporate and Development

Major Gift Manager

FT/40 hrs. Cultivate and secure mid-level and major gifts for the Pacific Northwest region. Establish and maintain relationships with a portfolio of approximately 150 major donors and businesses who are current or prospective partners and investors with Olive Crest. Annual fundraising goal for personal portfolio is $600,000-$800,000. Work with trustee board to expand board membership. Coordinate and attend speaking engagements on behalf of Olive Crest, and assist with public relations. Must have exceptional written and oral communication skills. Bachelor’s degree desired but not required. (posted 9/7/18)

Human Resource Recruiter (Tacoma)

FT/40 hrs. Recruit, interview, and retain staff for assigned divisions/departments/offices. Ensure Human Resource policies and procedures are communicated and followed. Responsible for new hire process from recruitment through on-boarding, training and retention, and/or termination. Ensure on-boarding process and file compliance for assigned employees, interns, contractors and volunteers. Act as IT liaison and provide employee assistance with related training and troubleshooting as needed. Travel to other PNW offices when needed. One year of related human resources, recruitment, administrative, or office management experience required. Proficient using Microsoft Office Suite and navigating various social media sites.

 

Fostering Together

Foster Parent Recruiter / Liaison (Olympia/Tumwater)

FT/40 hrs. Provide outreach for foster parent recruitment, retention services, and support strategies in assigned counties. Assist Fostering Together with the establishment of positive relationships with leaders and community stakeholders as well as ensure that all media and marketing materials are culturally sensitive. Consult with the Fostering Together staff on culturally appropriate best practices. Recruiter must be a current or previous foster parent, and have the ability to work from home. Must have the ability to drive to communities in specified regions, and may require some evenings and weekends. (posted 9/7/18)

African American Outreach Liaison (Tacoma)

PT/20 hrs. Provide outreach for foster parent recruitment, retention services, and support strategies focusing on African-American foster families. Assist Fostering Together with the establishment of positive relationships with African-American leaders and community stakeholders as well as ensure that all media and marketing materials are culturally sensitive. Consult with the Fostering Together staff on culturally appropriate best practices. Qualified candidates must be a current or previous foster parent. Must have the ability to work from home, and work evenings and weekends when needed.

Foster and Adoptions

Visitation Monitor (Silverdale and Tacoma)

PT/25 hrs. Provide support services to foster families. Average caseloads range from 5-12 youth based on need and acuity. Duties include, but are not limited to, transporting clients to and monitoring visitations, independent living skills and social skills development, support to foster parents, assistance in linking or maintaining youths to community services such as educational or occupational commitments or activities, and one-on-one supervision of foster youth if deemed necessary. Prepare written clinical reports in a timely manner and participate in weekly trainings. Must have flexible work hours, including some evenings and weekends. Qualified candidates must have a BA in Human Services or related field, and six months of experience working with children and families; or an AA in Human Services or related field with one year of experience; or high school completion with two years of experience. (posted 8/17/18)

Case Manager (Silverdale and Tacoma)

FT/40 hrs. Provide case management services to 15 – 20 children. Supervise the intake for each placement and provide support for the child and foster parents. This includes ensuring that each child’s needs are met and providing the child with needed services. Support the foster family with counseling, training, educating and supporting foster parents in meeting the foster child’s overall needs and addressing any issues that arise. In partnership with the Licensing team, ensure that each foster home is in compliance with all Olive Crest Foster Family Agency policies and State policies/WAC’s. BA or MA in Social Services or Human Service field required. Must have flexible work hours, including some evening and weekends when needed. (posted 8/17/18)

Home Study Writer (Bellevue)

On Call/up to 20 hrs a month. Conduct home study clinical interviews for prospective foster families, current foster family renewals or adoptions. Write home studies in an effective and efficient manner while following all compliance standards set by DLR and Olive Crest. Qualified candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree and strong writing and clinical assessment skills. This position may also train new Home Study writers. Must have flexible work hours with the ability to work from home. (posted 6/15/18)

Visitation Monitor (Bellevue)

FT/32hrs. Provide support services to foster families. Average caseloads range from 8-18 youth based on need and acuity. Duties include but are not limited to, transporting clients to and monitor visitations, independent living skills and social skills development, support to foster parents, assistance in linking or maintaining youths to community services such as educational or occupational commitments or activities, and one-on-one supervision of foster youth if deemed necessary. Prepare written clinical reports in a timely manner and participate in weekly trainings. Must have flexible work hours, including some evenings and weekends. Qualified candidates must have either a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field and six months of experience working with children and families, or an Associate’s degree in Human Services or related field with one year experience, or high school completion with two years’ experience. (posted 6/22/18)

Safe Families for Children

Family Coach Coordinator (Tacoma)

FT/40 hrs. Provide clinical and safety oversight of SFFC program implementation. Supervise and train SFFC volunteer family coaches and interns who serve in each of the partner churches. Participate in program development efforts, as well as church and community partnerships. Provide emergency, on-call support to staff and volunteers in SFFC program and write Home Studies. Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or Education required. Must be willing to serve families and volunteers from Tacoma to Bellevue, and work out of both offices. Strong clinical and family development experience needed. (posted 6/15/18)