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Working Toward a Better Community

Photoed left to right: Keith Bell: Homage CEO and Paul Lauch: Facilities Supervisor

Homage provides critical services for low-income older adults and people with disabilities in Snohomish County, including mental health support, food and nutrition services, healthcare coordination, transportation, and minor home repairs.

Our team is committed to inclusion, racial equity, and multicultural advocacy to meet the needs of our culturally diverse community. Our knowledgeable and caring team includes individuals fluent in Chinese, English, Korean, Spanish, Tagalog, Russian/Slavic, and Vietnamese.

Would you like to join a mission-driven team that supports each other while supporting the health, independence, and dignity of older adults and people with disabilities? Homage might be the right place for you. Please explore our currently vacant positions. Click on the listings below and submit your application.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging

These are the core principles that drive the organization’s mission of service and advocacy on behalf of older adults and people living with disabilities. We believe that a broader perspective, increased awareness, and cultural enrichment are gained by hiring, retaining, and supporting a team that reflects multiple dimensions of the diversity of human experience.

Homage is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to equity and inclusion in our hiring and advancement practices.

Employment Benefits

Homage offers competitive salaries and generous benefits to our employees. Eligible employees receive these benefits:

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Basic life insurance (employer-paid)
  • Voluntary critical illness and additional life insurance
  • 401K plan with employer match after the first year
  • Generous sick leave (12 days/year) and vacation policy (15 days/year to start)
  • Paid holidays – 11 scheduled holidays plus two floating holidays
  • Bereavement leave
  • Employee Assistance Program

Upon accepting a job offer, we complete a criminal background check before you start work.  However, a criminal conviction won’t necessarily disqualify you from employment. Additionally, you must provide acceptable proof of identity and authorization to work in the United States, per the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Homage participates in the Federal E-Verify system and, after you have been hired and completed the Federal Form I-9, will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S. 

If you have a disability, you may request accommodations to complete the application, interview, and selection process. Contact the Human Resources Department at 425.290.1241 or by emailing humanresources@homage.org.

Contact Information

Phone:
425.290.1241

E-Mail:
humanresources@homage.org

Fax:
425.290.1244

Address:
Human Resources Dept.
Homage
5026 196th St SW

Lynnwood, WA 98036

 

Homage Employees in Action

Above Photo left to right: Michelle Frye: Volunteer Manager and Dannie Mullene: Marketing & Communication Coordinator attending the Edge of Amazing Outreach Event: October 2023

 

Above Photo: Mary Ann Higgins (second from the left): Senior Companion Program with Senior Companion Program of south King County picnic July 2023

 

Above Photo: Leah Hammon RDN, CD: Director of Nutrition and CHL helping pack the senior emergency kits in 2022

 

Above Photo: Mollie Meyer: Officer, Individual & Corporate Giving, on stage interviewing Mike, a Homage client during our Engage Mind and Body event in September 2023