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We hope you and your loved one’s are healthy and safe in these uncertain times. Partner in Employment is working hard to support our youth and families in the immigrant and refugee community. PIE’s office is closed during this coronavirus pandemic. Our staff is working from home and working hard to meet your needs, we have increased our services in employment, rental assistance food distribution and other social services. We are always here for you.

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PIE advocates for high and livable wages, fair working conditions, equitable social support, and access to job training and education for immigrants and refugee. You can get involved by donating and following us on Facebook for news and updates on our work. Donations to PIE help us serve and provide stability to the immigrant and refugee community.


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Outreach and Education Specialist - SeaTac Airport

About the Organization

Partner in Employment (PIE) guarantees the long-term economic stability of newly arrived refugees and immigrants in South King County. We provide tailored assistance for workforce entry, job training in high wage industries, housing stability, and English language acquisition.

About the Position

Partner in Employment seeks an Outreach and Education Specialist with the primary responsibility of engaging low-wage workers at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport about their rights at work, coordinating and facilitating labor standards trainings and workshops for workers and employers, and building strong, meaningful relationships with community-based organizations serving immigrant workers. Their secondary responsibility is to connect workers experiencing potential workplace violations to Partner in Employment. Success in this position requires a worker-centered approach, flexibility, strong facilitation skills, and the ability to connect with a diverse, predominantly immigrant workforce.


  • Develop outreach strategies to reach low- wage SeaTac Airport workers, both at the airport and in community, to educate them about their rights at work.
  • Identify and build relationships with community-based organizations that serve airport workers      in order to expand opportunities to educate workers about their rights.
  • Coordinate and facilitate Know Your Rights workshops with workers and employers at SeaTac.
  • Help develop and adapt education materials and curriculum to reflect culturally responsive best practices and changing conditions at the airport.
  • Conduct one-on-one conversations with workers to discuss their rights at work.
  • Be responsive to worker and employer inquiries about relevant labor standards at the airport.
  • Connect workers to Partner in Employment for the appropriate support.
  • Work directly with your team leader to develop trainings and curriculum.
  • Responsible for tracking daily training and outreach activities and entering relevant data into internal tracking systems.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Proficiency in English and one of the following languages: Somali, Amharic/Tingrinya and Spanish;
  • Ability and interest in giving presentations and speaking with people one-on-one;
  • Experience working with immigrants, refugees, and people from diverse backgrounds;
  • Demonstrated commitment to economic, racial and social justice;
  • Proficiency with using database systems and MS office applications or willingness to learn database systems and applications;
  • Ability to work collaboratively and communicate effectively with workers, colleagues, and partners; and
  • Ability to think strategically and explore creative solutions to problems


  • Experience working in community education, training, outreach, or community organizing; and
  • Familiarity with labor and employment laws (local, state, federal) or ability to learn new subject matter quickly

Position reports to: Program Manager and Deputy Director

Salary and Benefits: $20/hr. This position comes with robust benefits– health, vision, dental, retirement, vacation.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Applications are open until filled. We will review applications on a rolling basis, so please submit your application as soon as possible.


Development and Communications Specialist


Partner in Employment (PIE) works to guarantee the long-term economic stability of newly arrived refugees and immigrants in King County by providing tailored assistance in language acquisition, housing stabilization, workforce entry, and job training in higher-wage industries. The Development and Communications Specialist will provide overall support in fund development and communications activities.



  • Support Deputy Director in website management  
  • Support in developing and executing overall marketing collateral, plans and strategies
  • Support communications efforts on social media and website
  • Develop organizational messaging
  • Support in managing program and donor communication materials, including newsletters, social media and other campaigns 


  • Support Deputy Director in database management and processing of donor gifts
  • Support Development needs with proposal and grant application writing
  • Support all fundraising and stewardship events
  • Schedule donor meetings and update calendar
  • Conduct prospect and donor research
  • Generate donor lists for campaigns, appeals and events
  • Provide other administrative, logistical and development functions as needed. 


  • Knowledge and passion about PIE’s mission to serve immigrants and refugees
  • Bachelors degree, associates or certificate in Communications, Marketing, or related field
  • Optimal written, oral, interpersonal communication and editing skills
  • Demonstrated mastery of social media platforms
  • Interest or experience in non-profit fundraising: event planning, individual giving, grant writing, communications
  • Highly organized with great attention to detail, planning, and efficiency skills
  • Ability to multitask and meet deadlines


POSITION STATUS:  Part time, 20hrs/week 

COMPENSATION: $37,440 – $47,840 annually. Partner in Employment offers a comprehensive benefits package, including a generous paid medical, dental and vision coverage for employees, flexible work environment and opportunities for professional development. 

HOW TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter indicating Development and Communications Specialist in the subject line. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please email your resume and cover letter to





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