To view job announcements for all City of Tacoma jobs, click the link below:
Click on a job title to view the complete job posting of any position listed. Thank you for sharing these career opportunities with others.
You are encouraged to complete a job interest card with City of Tacoma. Job interest cards are active for one year from the date of submission.
Until that date, you will be notified when any position for the job category or job classifications that you have selected becomes available.
Please visit: www.cityoftacoma.org/jobs and go to Job Interest Card at the left side of the webpage.
Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Employment Opportunities for the week of October 24, 2016
The Office of Human Resources is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Questions regarding job postings can be directed to Carol Korst, HR Analyst, at (253)798-3783 or John House, HR Specialist, at (253)798-4704.Take action »
Students that hear and use more words have better education and life outcomes.
Tacoma Community House is organizing to make a difference:
The following are orientation dates for those interested in changing the educational landscape for one child at a time:
In light of the threrats leveled by Senator McCain today stating that his party will not approve any Supreme Court nominees offerd by a Clinton administration, this essay by Bev Isenson is timely.Read more »
Access to Charity Care 2016
Washington State law requires all hospitals to provide Charity Care (also called financial assistance). You may qualify for free or reduced-cost hospital care based on your family size and income. If you are getting health care in a hospital, if you have a bill from a hospital, or even if the bill has been sent to a debt collector, ask the hospital’s billing department for a Charity Care application and financial guidelines to find out if you are eligible for free care or a discount.
It’s obvious that when students aren’t in school, they aren’t making progress to pass their grade or graduate. And kids who get behind in their classes are much more likely to drop out of school or end up in the juvenile justice system.Read more »