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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 2016)
Do you like variety in your work?
Join the team at the East
Oregonian in the circulation and
delivery department in Pendleton
and your days will never be dull.
You'll contract adult and youth
carriers, troubleshoot and solve
service or delivery issues and
promote retention through sales
and service by phone and in
person. The ideal candidate will
enjoy working with people,
communicate well and have good
computer skills. Background and
driving record checks will be
completed before hire. Reliable
vehicle, good driving record and
the ability to regularly lift 25# is
required. Hours are usually 5:30
am to 2:30 pm with other hours as
needed to provide exceptional
service to our customers.
Full-time with benefits, including
commissions, Paid Time Off
(PTO), insurances and a 401(k)/
Roth 401(k) retirement plan.
Send resume and letter of interest to EO
Media Group, PO Box 2048, Salem,
OR 97308-2048, fax to 503-371-2935 or
e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, August 26, 2016
IMMEDIATE OPENING for an
Oregon, X ray certified dental
Please leave resume at 896 W.
Orchard Ave., Hermiston OR
LOCAL WHOLESALE company
has an opening for a route driver.
CDL, Haz Mat, Tanker and
minimum 2 years experience.
benefits, PTO, paid holidays, 401
K and other benefits. Qualified
applicants should send resumes
CLASSIFIEDS ARE the place to
buy it, sell it or find it… check us
out online every day!
CLASSIFIEDS ARE where to
look for apples or apartments,
books or bread machines, car-
pet or cattle… find it here!
Wage: $15/ hour
Purpose: This position is responsible for effectively operating the plant equipment to ensure the quality
and quantity of ethanol fuel production is optimized.
Environment: Pacific Ethanol is the leading producer and marketer of low-carbon renewable fuels in
the western United States. With the addition of four Midwestern ethanol plants in July of 2015, we have
expanded our operations and sales footprint, more than doubling our scale, entering new markets, and
expanding our mission to become the industry leader in the production and marketing of low-carbon
The following is a list of essential duties and responsibilities for this position along with certain
supportive duties; this list is not all-inclusive. This job description may be modified as needed.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Operates equipment to achieve optimal performance.
2. Adjusts equipment settings to ensure the ethanol produced meets quality and quantity expectations.
3. Inspects and maintains the equipment to ensure proper processing.
4. Inspects the quality and of the product and documents the result at certain intervals of the production
5. Completes daily shift production logs.
6. Coordinates with lab technicians to ensure product quality.
7. Investigates, monitors and reports deviations from production standards.
1. High school diploma or equivalency.
2. Minimum one-year process and equipment experience.
1. Excellent computer skills; familiarity with operation software.
2. Excellent hand-eye coordination; safety cautious.
3. Experience working with lab testers and plant equipment.
4. Ability to follow directions, and work well with little supervision.
5. Excellent written and oral communication skills.
6. Driverʼs license.
7. Ability to safely and effectively coordinate multiple projects/tasks.
8. Bilingual skills are (English/Spanish) preferred.
9. Must have the ability to work different shifts and overtime. This includes the possibility of short-term
and long-term shift reassignment to match the needs of the business.
To apply, and for a full list of responsibilities and requirements, please go to our Careers Page at
No phone calls please.
On-call/ Relief Driver
needed to deliver
BUY IT! SELL IT!
East Oregonian Classified
be able to lift up to
50 pounds, have a
valid driver's license
and a good driving
record. Hours and
Send resume and letter
of interest to:
EO Media Group
PO Box 2048
Salem OR 97308-2048
or fax: 503-371-2935
or pick up an application
at 211 SE Byers, Pendleton
shifts will vary. Drug
test, driving record
will be completed
-FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2016
ARIES (March 21-April 19). Most changes don't happen overnight,
and the larger ones can take especially long to unfold. When the
change takes hold, it will seem like it happened all at once, but it
will have been years in the making.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You are committing daily acts of self-
sabotage. However minor the destructive habit may be, the num-
bers will work against you over time. This is a bigger deal than it
seems. Make your life better: Cut it out now.
GEMINI (May 21-June 21). A bitter person looks at the bad situa-
tion and says, "It always happens like this." A wise person decides
to stop getting into the situations that tend to happen "like this."
CANCER (June 22-July 22). Chaos is inherently dangerous. The
accompanying thrill is addictive. Break your addiction to low-
grade, daily chaos by accepting the part of yourself that's hiding
behind this diversion.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). When people are brave enough to share
their weird, uncensored thoughts with you, it's a major compli-
ment. They trust you not to judge. They value your insight. They
consider your love a safe haven, which it is.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You'll be reminded how you and the
others in your group are united in a common purpose. The ener-
getic bond that holds the group together may be invisible, but it's
real, it's tangible, and it's growing stronger all of the time.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Let the others know your process. Tell
them how you got to this point. Let them know what you gained
and what it cost you. Your journey will educate, inform and help
others. You'll also be better appreciated.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Even though you can be as constant
as the tide, it's important that you exercise your right to be unpre-
dictable, as that's exciting for all. Bonus: This will keep your loved
ones from taking you for granted.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). As it is in the fairytales, your
wishes are magic seeds. Unlike the fairytales, they are not limited
to three. So don't worry so much about wishing the right wish. Just
plant them -- preferably close by, so can watch them grow!
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). No matter what you choose,
there are some people your choice will displease. Don't waste time
defending your choices. As long as you do right by your own code,
good will come of it.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You've been so focused on taking
care of others that you've neglected your main responsibility in life
-- which is, of course, taking care of yourself. Do what makes your
heart and body feel whole and happy.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Struggling for your next dollar is not
your favorite way to spend the hours. On the other hand, you love
to spend time and energy on a cause that helps others, and if you
happen to make money in the process, life is good.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Aug. 26). In the past you've felt you were
doing what was necessary for survival, but this year is all about
thriving. You'll live in lifted emotion and higher thought. Because of
the love and support of your inner circle, a stimulating group of col-
leagues and a tranquil domestic environment, you can take
chances and fly. Cancer and Gemini adore you. Your lucky num-
bers are: 4, 18, 22, 29 and 50.
AMSTAD FARMING seeks
potato digger riders, storage
Apply at 32462
Oregon Trail Rd, Echo OR
NOW HIRING at Woodpecker
Truck Pendleton, Mechanics &
Wrecker Operators. Health
insurance & benefits included.
Crop Production Services-
We are currently hiring for our SEASONAL QA Lab Tech position for
Corn Harvest at the Paterson, WA facility.
QA Lab Tech-Req#59484
High School diploma or equivalent
3-6 months related experience and/or training, or equivalent
combination of education and experience.
Basic personal computer skills
Ability to read, write and comprehend English
www.conagrafoodscareers.com, please reference Paterson, WA
under keyword search option.
ConAgra Foods-Lamb Weston is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative
Action Employer. As part of our pre-employment process, we
conduct a background check as well as hair follicle drug screen.
WE ARE excited to
announce an available
position for a full-time Teller
in Pendleton, Oregon.
Salary Range: $ 11.00 - $20.00. For more details please apply
Equal opportunity employer, including protected Veterans and
individuals with disabilities.
Would you like to:
Be home almost every night?
Stay in a room paid for by the Company
when you canʼt be home?
Be paid by the hour?
Get paid vacation and holidays?
Have your lunch paid for every day?
We offer all this plus cash bonuses,
excellent benefits and a company paid
Les Schwab has a reputation of excellent customer service, with
over 450 stores and 7,000 employees in the western United States.
Please go to www.lesschwab.com/careers for more
information and to apply. Youʼll find the Regional Truck Driver
Les Schwab is proud to be an equal
Customer Service is of great
importance at Crop Production
Services. It is an important line
of communication with our
customers and vendors. It
demands great attention to
1. Phone Skills
2. Scale Operations
3. Order Tracking
5. Customer File Maintenance
7. Organizational Skills
8. Computer Skills (Windows:
10. Position Backup/ Cross
11. Other clerical duties as
The candidate will be trained
on a one on one basis by
skilled employees on our
relevant to the position. We are
seeking a team player that
enjoys working with others and
working to grow our business.
Applications will be accepted
through August 31, 2016
Please mail resumes to:
Crop Production Services
PO Box 9
Plymouth, WA 99346
Commodities Operator- $15/hr
Moves materials & products;
Loads trucks; Receives, inspects
& records incoming commodities;
Adjust grain equipment.