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Alumni Professional Opportunities

The opportunities listed here are posted by Bastyr University as a service to Bastyr alumni. The positions/practices listed are not affiliated with Bastyr (unless otherwise identified) and, as such, Bastyr assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information, the appropriateness of any benefits, the practice/job description, or the negotiations/transactions that might evolve. Postings on the job board do not constitute an endorsement by Bastyr University. As such, alumni and students should use discretion and judgment when applying for posted positions. The University also reserves the right to remove any ads at any time at our discretion.

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Executive Director position at Hunger/Nutrition Nonprofit Org

Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) in Seattle, Washington is seeking a visionary and proven leader to serve as its Executive Director. For over 16 years, HIP has been committed to ending hunger in Seattle with innovative programs that bring together volunteers and community partners who connect with individuals and families in need with nutritious food.

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Medical Assistant / New ND Grad

Beautiful clinic in Downtown Woodinville has an immediate opening for an experienced Medical Assistant.

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Receptionist needed - Part time/On call

Naturopathic Clinic specializing in the field of herbs looking for a receptionist. We are located in the Ballard area and need short term assistance with greeting patients, filing, faxing, handling phone calls. Possible position for a longer period of time. Friendliness, flexibilty and punctuality are prerequisites.

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NORTH PHOENIX ASSOCIATE WANTED: Beautiful Brand New Modern Office, North Phoenix, looking for passionate DC who has PT certificate. I personally have over 33 years of clinical experience. Please email me at docronwax[at]gmail[dot]com or call me at (602) 515-1068 for more details. Sam Reader 928-282-8434 SGRstaff1[at]gmail[dot]com

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CORYDON, INDIANA, ASSOCIATE WANTED: Well established – successful chiropractic – multidisciplinary practice looking for personable-energetic-confident and talented DC who is comfortable with rehab. Competitive/generous pay package. Starting pay $50K. Ideal opportunity to learn and work with the best in the industry. Corydon is 30 minutes from Louisville.

02 / 09
Buyer, Ingredients and Commodities

Conifer Specialties, Inc.
Woodinville, WA

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Part time Chef at Evergreen Health

The Chef is in charge of preparing, demonstrating and offering sample menu items for cooking demonstrations. The recipes s/he will use must be reviewed and approved by CES/Employee Wellness staff. Average audience size is 30 and generally comprised of adults but some demonstrations may include children and adolescents.

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Looking for L.A. Food Manager

Food, fitness, people, passion, relationships, change, health, daring, mirth… these are some of the key ingredients we mix up at Power Supply on our mission to make eating well crazy simple, delicious and life-changing for as many folks as we can reach. In a nutshell, we’re a subscription-based, tech-enabled, fresh-made meal start-up with big ambitions for helping people live better.

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RD for My Menu for Change program at Polyclinic

Responsibilities include: Develop, implement and provide clinical nutritional assessment, monitoring, care planning, education and counseling services to patients in an ambulatory, office setting. Perform duties in support of and in compliance with performance improvement plans, and other licensing, accrediting and regulatory agencies.

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Part-time Faculty - Publich Health Job Opportunity

Lake Washington Institute of Technology is seeking qualified part time instructors. All instructor positions require at least two years’ work experience; college teaching experience and industry certifications are preferred. Successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse student and community populations.

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