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The Workforce Development Council Snohomish County (WDC) was created in response to the Federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) to address the comprehensive workforce development issues of Snohomish County, Washington - one of the fastest growing employment centers in North America. The primary focus of the WDC is to build a collaborative, world-class, results-oriented job training and employment system that supports the on-going economic vitality of the region. This effort brings together business, labor, education, community groups, elected officials, and the public sector to craft a blueprint for livable wages, employment growth, and an environment that enables business to thrive.  Snohomish County is located in the Pacific Northwest, directly to the north of Seattle, Washington. It enjoys both economic vigor and a superb quality of life.

Open Positions:

Education and Employment Navigator, open until filled.

Application Process:

The Workforce Development Council is committed to hiring a diverse work force and all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. 

Application packet requirements:

Application materials may be obtained from the Workforce Development Council Snohomish County by using the links to the forms as shown above.

Return completed application packets by 5pm on the closing day to:

Debbie Little
Workforce Development Council Snohomish County
728 - 134 th St. SW, Suite 128
Everett, WA  98204

Or send a facsimile to the attention of Debbie Little at (425) 921-3484.

Or email to:


Our focus is on the unique abilities you bring to the workplace. We want to make sure you are positioned to fully use your abilities and be successful as an employee.  Reasonable accommodation is provided in all aspects of the WDCSC employment process, consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act and state law.  To request a reasonable accommodation, you may make either an oral or written request using "plain English." You do not need to mention the Americans with Disabilities Act, Washington Law or "reasonable accommodation."  A family member, friend, health professional, or other representative may request a reasonable accommodation on your behalf. The request for a reasonable accommodation must be made for a reason related to a medical condition.  To make a request, please contact Debbie Little by phone 425.921.3488 or email.