May 13, 2019
Lourdes E. “Alfie” Alvarado-Ramos, director of the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs, speaks Monday at the signing of Executive Order 19-01 in Olympia.
As part of an executive order signed Monday by Gov. Jay Inslee, essential new services are on the way to help veterans, military spouses, and their families build stable lives and careers in Washington state.
The Department of Licensing is honored to support these efforts.
As the executive order outlines, one way we may be able to help is to expedite the issuance of credentials — including licenses, certifications, registrations, and permits — for transitioning service members, Reserve and National Guard members, and military spouses who reside in or are relocating to Washington state. This may mean, for example, recognizing comparable military experience and credentials issued by the military and other states; pursuit of interstate compacts that allow for reciprocal recognition of comparable credentials; and issuance of temporary or provisional licenses.
More broadly, we’ll take further steps to increase the employment representation of veterans and military spouses at DOL. It’s all part of our purpose of helping all Washington residents live, work, drive, and thrive.
April 19, 2012
DOL Job Openings
The Washington State Department of Licensing currently has job openings for two Senior Project Managers and one WordPress Specialist / Web Developer.
The Senior Project Manager openings are full-time, permanent positions with monthly salaries ranging between $5,369.00 and $7,040.00. Both of these jobs are located in Olympia. The closing date for these two positions is May 18, 2012. Read more and apply for the Senior Project Manager positions here.
The WordPress Specialist / Web Developer is a non-permanent, on-call position lasting between three and six months. The hourly salary ranges from $22.94 to $33.21. This position is also located in Olympia. The closing date for this opening is April 25, 2012. Read the full job description and apply for this position here.
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