A CAREER WITH A CAUSE
The WCCC is a nonprofit for youth development, healthy living, supportive services, and more! We are committed to making our community stronger.
WCCC believes there are many components to success, including:
Quality: Each of us must always do a high-quality job in every task that we perform. High quality work tells others that we take pride in our work; it shows our clients that we care and it drives personal accountability, job retention, and overall WCCC success.
Customer Service: Our clients deserve the best. Indeed, that is the primary reason they selected us. Because they deserve the best, we must continually work to exceed their expectations and maintain the highest degree of ethics in all of our dealings. Exemplary service is what has helped West Central Community Center develop into one of the best community associations in the region.
Our Employees: We firmly believe the real difference that sets WCCC apart from others is our employees. Our employees make the difference. To that end, we will only hire, train, and retain the most highly-qualified employees. You fit that description. You are the difference.
Efficiency: At WCCC, efficiency is based on keeping things well organized. Each of us must perform every task accurately and efficiently so that our co-workers and clients gain value from our work.
WCCC EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
The WCCC offers many benefits to eligible employees, which may include:
Medical, dental, and vision insurance;
Paid holidays and paid-time-off (PTO);
403B Retirement Plan;
Aflac short-term disability and accident insurance;
Free care for kids ages 5-12 and adult dependents with intellectual disabilities.
CURRENT OPEN POSITIONS
The West Central Community Center is recruiting for a full-time WIC Clerk/Certifier.
The West Central Community Center has been a central location for community support since 1980. We are looking for the right person to help us drive our mission to enrich lives and create community.
As a WIC Team Member, you will perform all duties in a professional manner while taking our WIC participants through the certification process. You will also learn to provide excellent customer service, breastfeeding support and share information on a variety of health and nutrition topics with our clients.
Our ideal candidate will have general knowledge of computer programs and office procedures, knowledge of the WIC program, and a strong willingness to serve the community with a passion for breastfeeding and positive health outcomes for our diverse WIC families. Preferred candidates have formal education or experience in community health, women’s studies, counseling or health related field.
We offer a generous benefits package including medical, dental, vision, and retirement after the required eligibility period. Benefits also include use of on-site childcare for dependents age 5-12 and use of the Learning Skills Center for adult dependents with intellectual disabilities. This is a full-time, regular position working 40 hours per week. Occasional Saturday or evening shift may be required. Travel will be required to other worksites located in Cheney, FAFB, and Airway Heights.
If selected for employment, the candidate must be able to pass a background check. The West Central Community Center does not discriminate and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Position open until filled.
Please submit a cover letter, application, and resume to . In-person submissions are also accepted at 1603 N Belt, Spokane, WA 99205, or fax to (509) 326-2347. Thank you for your interest!
Volunteers are essential to the WCCC’s mission and to our future as a vital not-for-profit committed to developing a strong community. WCCC volunteers support programs, assist with special events, serve on committees or boards, raise funds or serve to make their communities a better place to live. Please send an email to for information on our volunteer opportunities.
If you are interested in volunteering for any of our upcoming events, please email for more information and fill out an application here.