CAREERS

Be part of a dynamic regional outreach team focused on reconnecting business leaders to local talent, and job seekers to education and employment in Seattle-King County.

DATA ANALYST

About the Position

The mission of the Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County (WDC) is to support a strong economy and the ability of each person to achieve self-sufficiency. We work throughout the community bringing employers, jobseekers, youth, educators, labor groups and other nonprofits together to find – and fund – solutions to workforce gaps.

We are seeking a Data Analyst to contribute to the mission by creating trend analysis reports to assist in decision-making; giving oversight to the quality control functions of various federal, state, and local databases; developing and maintaining project performance reports; ensuring that ongoing technical assistance and training is available and offered regularly to system staff; working with users to develop requirements for data systems to be utilized by the WorkSource system and the WDC; and serving as the local administrator for the required state data system. The Data Analyst also performs data research, analysis, interpretation and reporting of data related to the functions of the organization, the local business environment, the area WorkSource system, and the local labor market. The Data Analyst will have a commitment to racial equity and social justice, and demonstrated commitment to joining the WDC on the journey towards achieving organizational racial equity.

How to Apply

To view the full position description and essential qualifications, including how to apply, please click here.


PROJECT MANAGER

About the Position

The mission of the Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County (WDC) is to support a strong economy and the ability of each person to achieve self-sufficiency. We work throughout the community bringing employers, jobseekers, youth, educators, labor groups and other nonprofits together to find – and fund – solutions to workforce gaps.

We are seeking a Project Manager to contribute to the mission by planning, managing, coordinating, and evaluating program activities for the development and implementation of a globally diverse and cutting-edge workforce and learning system in King County. The Project Manager is also responsible for innovating, problem solving, centering racial equity in programs, and coordinating current WDC program strategies. The Project Manager will have a commitment to racial equity and social justice, and demonstrated commitment tojoining the WDC on the journey towards achieving organizational racial equity.

How to Apply

To view the full position description and essential qualifications, including how to apply, please click here

The Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County is an equal opportunity employer / program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

Check this page or follow us on Twitter @SeattleKingWDC for the latest openings when they become available.


FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

The WDC periodically requests proposals or qualifications from the community as part of our commitment and duty to wisely invest our resources. These open and transparent competitions are governed by our procurement policy.

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CURRENT REQUESTS

There are no requests at this time. Please check this page or follow us on Twitter @SeattleKingWDC for the latest opportunities when they become available.

PAST REQUESTS

Request for Proposal 18-01 - Adult Program Services for Asian & Pacific Islanders

The Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County (WDC) is competitively procuring workforce program services for Asian and Pacific Islander Adults. Qualified organizations are invited to download RFP 18-01 on the WDC website at seakingwdc.org/rfp18-01 and respond by the deadline of Monday, 11/05/2018, 4 pm (PDT). Questions and answers as well as other dates are located on the same webpage. Responding bidders agree to comply with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations pertaining to equal employment opportunities. All WDC policies are available at seakingwdc.org/policies-guidelines. EOE/ADA

WorkSource Connection Site Application

The Workforce Development Council is offering the opportunity for King County organizations to apply to be a WorkSource Connection site. WorkSource Connection sites are non-financial partnerships between the community and WorkSource. There is no funding available from the WDC for Connection site development, except for signage and marketing material costs. Interested organizations may apply online on an ongoing basis. Apply today! The application is available, here.