A Cup of Coffee on Us

What? You read that right. A cup of coffee on us.

The King County Employee Giving Program (EGP) is currently recruiting for 5 open slots on the EGP Committee.

The Committee is made up of King County Employees from across the County and provides the strategic vision of the program and are key participants in its success. Additionally, the Employee Giving Program provides leadership and development opportunities that may not otherwise be available in the context of your current position.

This National Award Winning Committee works on Strategic Planning, Policy Development and Recommendations, Process Improvements, Employee Engagement, Communications and Marketing and Project Planning and Implementation. As a committee, we are looking for members that are passionate about creating opportunities for King County employee engagement, are interested to learn about and strengthen relationships with participating non-profit agencies and are life-long learners wanting to further develop their leadership skills and Lominger Competencies as part of a high-performing team.

Apply Now.

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The Employee Giving Program is committed to diversity and county workforce representation. We are specifically seeking representatives from the following Departments: Superior Court, County Assessor, County Council, Department of Public Defense, Department of Public Health, King County Sheriff’s Office and King County Prosecuting Attorney.

Skills sets needed:  PIO, Graphic Design, Accounting/Experience with Oracle Financials.

Hey, wait!  What about that cup of coffee? 

If you are interested we invite you to have a cup of coffee with Leslie, Kim, or Junelle to learn more.  We will personally buy it for you.

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You, me, a cup of coffee and we can change the world.

Ready to apply now? Go here to learn more and applyApplications are due January 21, 2016.
If you have further questions about joining the King County Employee Giving Program. Please contact Junelle Kroontje EGP Administrator at 206-263-9405 or Junelle.kroontje@kingcounty.gov.