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    June 1, 2016 The Skanner CAREERS EDITION Page 7
Bids & Classiied
Advertising deadlines 12:00 Noon Monday
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
To place your ad, email
or go to and click on the “Ads” menu
$7,356 - $9,796 Monthly
Weekly North Portland newspaper is seeking a driv-
er to distribute the weekly publication in the Metro
Portland and Greater Vancouver areas as well as
other duties. Must be dependable and possess a
valid driver’s license with no previous accident or
moving citation and may have to submit to a ran-
dom drug test. (503) 285.5555.
The Office for Community Technology (OCT) collects over
$85 million of franchise and license revenue per year,
builds community capacity and champions investments
and public policy. OCT exercises the City of Portland’s
authority over private use of the public rights-of-way by
telecommunications, broadband, cable TV, and other
utility companies and enforces the City’s utility license
law to maximize revenues and public beneits. The OCT
Manager is with the Bureau of Revenue and Financial
Services and directs eight full-time staff. For full details or
to apply, please visit
SALARY: $6,841.00 - $9,112.00 Monthly
OPENING DATE: 05/30/16
CLOSING DATE: 06/20/16 04:30 PM
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Farmers Irrigation
District will hold a joint public hearing of its Board of Di-
rectors and its Public Contract Review Board regarding
adoption of indings and a resolution supporting exemp-
tion of its Large Pipe Facilities Project – Low Line Canal
North Green Point Creek Phase – from the competitive
bidding requirements pursuant to ORS 279C.335(1) on
the day of June 15, 2016, at 12:00 p.m. The meeting will
be held at the Farmers Irrigation District Office, located
at 1985 Country Club Road, Hood River, Oregon 97031.
The proposed resolution will adopt indings in support of
a contracting exemption for the construction of the Large
Pipe Facilities Project – Low Line Canal North Green
Point Creek Phase and grant an exemption from compet-
itive bidding requirements.
The public hearing will be held for the purpose of taking
comments on the District’s draft indings and resolution
described above. Copies of the draft indings and resolu-
tion are available at the Farmers Irrigation District Office
during its regular business hours.
The Business Operations Manager reports to the Ex-
ecutive Director of Finance and Business Operations
for PBOT and is responsible for managing the Employ-
ee Services Division for PBOT. The Business Opera-
tions Manager is responsible for managing agency-wide
time collection and payroll for over 800 represented and
non-represented employees, bureau-wide safety and
training programs, human resources coordination, new
employee on-boarding, procurement and contracting, en-
terprise business solution integration, and business pro-
cess improvement initiatives. To view full announcement
Hawthorne East Apartments, located in Portland, offers
subsidized housing for seniors and people with disabil-
We are currently accepting applications for our newly
remodeled, spacious one bedroom apartment homes.
Come by for a personalized tour of our community or
contact the office for more information: (503) 230-0306.
1420 SE 16th Ave, Portland, OR 97214.
The City of Everett seeks a diverse group qualiied indi-
viduals who are interested in a number of exciting career
Bus Operator - $23.12 - $29.56/HR plus beneits (Clos-
es 6/17)
Paratransit Operator - $17.08 - $25.53/HR plus beneits
(Closes 6/17)
Utility Laborer - $3566 - $4327/month plus beneits
(Closes 6/10)
View announcement and salary and beneit information
at and apply online.
OR Tradeswomen hiring Career Counselor/Job Place-
ment. See our website to apply:
University of Oregon – Oregon Bach
BP #1 – Earthwork and Utilities, Con-
crete Structure, Wood Framing,
Structural Steel, Structural Masonry,
Under Slab Mechanical and Plumbing,
Under Slab Electrical and Elevator.
University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon
Bid Due: June 14, 2016 @ 3:30 PM
Advertisement for: University of Oregon - Oregon
Bach Festival – Bid Package #1
Lease Crutcher Lewis, LLC, serving as the Con-
struction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC)
for the University of Oregon is soliciting bids for the
construction of the Oregon Bach Festival in Eu-
gene, Oregon. Terms and conditions of the bid are
outlined in Lease Crutcher Lewis, LLC (CM/GC) “In-
vitation to Bid”, dated May 20, 2016, attached to and
made a part of the Contract Documents.
Bids will be received at the offices of:
Lease Crutcher Lewis, LLC, (CM/GC)
550 SW 12th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97205
Bids will be received until 3:30 p.m. PDT, June
14, 2016 at which time the bids will be public-
ly opened and read aloud. Proposals shall be
clearly marked “University of Oregon – Oregon
Bach Festival: Bid Package #___”
The total building construction cost is projected to
be approximately $6 million.
Apprenticeship Program(Non Union)
Requirements: min 18 yrs old, HS Diploma/GED and
transcript w/1 yr. HS algebra or higher w/passing grade
or equivalent community college placement test.
Accepting applications June 13-28, 2016 10 AM to 4 PM
Monday-Thursday (closed Fridays).
15800 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Suite B3, Lake Oswego.
Minorities and women encouraged to apply.
Good in the Hood
Music & Food Festival 2016
Lillis Albina Park
North Flint St. & Russell St., Portland
LIVE MUSIC! Jazz • Blues • R&B • Latin • Pop
Conscious Hip/Hop • NEO-Soul • DJ intermission.
Multicultural Food • Market Place
Informational Village • Parade
Plus a kid friendly event:
Good in the Hood Kids Space
Saturday, June 25 & Sunday, June 26 from 12-6pm
Exciting Games • Face Painting • Puppet Shows
Legacy’s Emanuel “Trauma Nurses Talk Tough”
$6 discounted bicycle helmet sale
Legacy’s Health Pavilion ofering FREE
health screenings on Saturday from 12-4pm
FESTIVAL HOURS: Good in the Hood Mixer Music by DJ Pryce and
Hosted by Seezinin and Good in the Hood staf Friday June 24th Lillis
Albina Park 6-10pm, Saturday June 25th. PARADE (NE MLK) Lillis-Al-
bina Park 11am-10pm and Sunday June 26th Festival continuation
12noon to 9:30pm.
To volunteer or ind out how you can participate
in this year’s event contact the GITH Hotline
971-302-6380 or visit:
The scope of work for Bid Package #1 includes
Earthwork and Utilities, Concrete Structure, Wood
Framing, Structural Steel, Structural Masonry, Un-
der Slab Mechanical and Plumbing, Under Slab
Electrical and Elevator. It is the Intention of Lease
Crutcher Lewis, LLC to submit bid(s) for portions of
this work.
A non-mandatory pre-bid conference for all bid-
ders will be held on June 1st at 2:00 pm at the
jobsite located at 975 E 18th Avenue, Eugene,
OR 97401.
Contract Documents and the Invitation to Bid may
be reviewed at the following locations beginning
May 23rd: Lease Crutcher Lewis, LLC (CM/GC)/
Portland, OR; Daily Journal Plan Center/Portland,
OR; Eugene Builders Exchange/Eugene, OR; Mc-
Graw-Hill Construction Dodge/Portland, OR; Or-
egon Contractors Plan Center/Clackamas, OR;
Oregon Assoc. of Minority Enterprises/Portland,
OR; Salem Contractors Exchange/Salem, OR; S.W
Washington Contractors Association/Vancouver,
Contract Documents may be purchased (non-re-
fundable) in its entirety or in part from Precision Im-
ages, (503) 274-2030.
Drawings and bidding documents are available on-
line through the following Lewis FTP site: https://
All proposers must comply with the following re-
quirements: Prevailing Wage Law, ORS 279C.800-
279C.870, Licensed with Construction Contractors
Board ORS 671.530. Bidder shall indicate Resident
Status per ORS 279A.120. If Required, Bidders
must obtain business licenses to perform work in
the City of Eugene prior to mobilizing on jobsite.
Bids will not be considered unless RECEIVED
by 3:30 p.m. PDT on June 14, 2016, and fully
completed in the manner provided by the “In-
structions to Bidders”.
PORTUNITY (Executive order 11246)”.
Lease Crutcher Lewis, LLC (CM/GC) is committed
to taking affirmative action to encourage and facil-
itate the participation of minority, women-owned,
and emerging small business enterprises (M/W/
ESBE) in State projects and encourage Subcon-
tractors to provide similar opportunities for their
subcontractors / vendors
Tanner Perrine