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Program Specialist, Inventory and Distribution
Posted: May 2023
The Program Specialist, Inventory and Distribution centers on WestSide Baby warehouse inventories that help power both the Bulk Diaper and Ordering System programs. As the day-today facilitator of WestSide Baby’s Bulk Diaper Program, the Program Specialist demonstrates WSB values while stewarding provider relationships and emphasizing equitable distribution of basic needs items for underserved families. The Program Specialist achieves this by leading the flow of warehouse inventory and specializing in processing, organizing and tracking items in ways that enhance warehouse and distribution efficiencies.
This is a full-time, 40 hours a week, non-exempt position at our White Center, Seattle office. Salary range is $45,760 – $47,174 annualized. An estimated 90% of the job functions require onsite attendance, with the remaining 10% performed remotely. This position is supervised by the Program Donation and Logistics Manager. Schedule may include occasional evening and weekend hours.
To Apply submit a cover letter or video “cover letter” and resume addressed to Michelle Hankinson, Executive Director, to [email protected] with Director of Development and Communications in the subject line. Priority deadline to apply is Monday, May 1.
WestSide Baby values diverse perspectives and life experiences. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients. We encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply including people of color, immigrants, refugees, LGBTQ, women, people with disabilities, and veterans. As an organization, we collaborate closely with many different communities around King County and value an equitable organizational structure that can contribute to equitable access to basic essentials for children.