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Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Farmers Agencies for sale in
John Day and Baker City.
Call Tanner 541-706-9414 for
PENDLETON CONVENTION CENTER
dealership now hiring full time
City of Pendleton, Oregon
conditions with friendly co-
package including medical,
dental and eye coverage.
401k retirement with paid
vacations and holidays. Prior
experience preferred but not
mandatory, competitive wages
depending on experience.
Apply @ Farm Equipment
731 Airport Road
Pendleton Oregon 97801
(541)-276-6222 or email
PARKS & RECREATION
Recruiting summer help!
Come drive newer MACK
Walsh Trucking Co.
We have current openings
for CDL-A Truck Drivers
Arlington, OR terminal. (Night
Our drivers are HOME
TRAINING, and enjoy steady
Requirements: 1 year recent
experience with clean MVR.
considerations apply online
or you can call 541-454-2797
University Multicultural Center is
actively recruiting for their next
Coordinator! Quickly earn a
package! To apply or for further
details, visit eou.edu/hr.
UNIVERSITY OUTREACH &
Engagement - Education
Oregon State University Division
Engagement and the Grant
County Extension office invite
applications for a part-time (0.75
Education Coordinator position
that will be located in John Day,
OR. To review posting and apply,
Posting #P01155UF. Closing
date: 04/09/2017. OSU is an
Technician / Lineman
YOUTH CARE STAFF
Homestead Youth &
Family Services, a
treatment center for
seeks to fill
Youth Care Staff. These
overseeing the day
to day operations of
the 24 hour
have a valid drivers
team oriented and
willing to work
flexible hours. Competitive
Please send letter
of interest to
Homestead Youth &
PO BOX 1325
or call 541-276-5433
• Position will be working in all
types of weather, maintaining
building Fiber Optic excavation
and utility pole construction.
Physical labor and be able to
lift 50-100 lbs. Start and end
times of the day vary
depending on tasks and
weather for the day. Must be a
team player, the personality
types that typically work in our
company are self-motivated,
willing to do tasks even if you
do not like them.
Full Time M-F. Sick Time,
Vacation, Company Phone,
probationary period Starting
$11-16 Hr DOE.
email@example.com or hand
Incorporated, 404 SE Dorion
Ave. STE 205, Pendleton.
Pendleton Walmart-hiring for
Automotive Care Center. Must
pass background, drug test and
have valid DL. Hours 7am to
8pm. Wage credits and benefits.
Apply online at
YOUR DREAM home is right
here in the Classifieds… check
our listings for your next move!
Great work environment.
Super awesome team.
Good pay. Retirement plan.
Weekends off. Interested?
East Oregonian has an
opening for multi-media sales.
No multi-media experience?
understand the importance
hard and a desire to
enjoy your job.
Could this be you?
Send resume and letter of
EO Media Group
PO Box 2048
Salem, OR 97308-2048
by fax to 503-371-2935 or
insurances and a 401(k)/Roth
401(k) retirement plan.
Various positions available,
First review April 3rd
GET A JOB… check
out the Employment
Columbia Basin Spreaders, Inc. has
immediate openings for
COMMERCIAL PUC DRIVERS
for local and regional hauls.
successful applicants must have current
physical card and a valid CDL- A license
with endorsements for
Drivers must also have an acceptable safe driving record with a
minimum two years of commercial hauling experience. Drivers
must be committed to safety and commit to following all
company safety policies and procedures. We offer a competitive
base wage/commission program based on experience and
endorsements. Drivers are eligible for insurance benefits and
vacation after meeting probation and employment timelines.
These positions remain open until filled.
For more information or to complete an application, contact:
Columbia Basin Spreaders
78757 Westland Rd.,
Hermiston, OR 97838
Columbia Basin Spreaders, Inc. is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Institutional Research & Reporting
Salary: $40,200 – 52,300 DOE
Position closes April 21, 2017
For more detailed information about the position and how to
apply, visit www.bluecc.edu.
BMCC is an EOE and educator and participates in E-Verify.
TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 2017
ARIES (March 21-April 19). Honest
self-reflection requires a big person
with a little ego. You'll review the chain
of events that led up to an undesired
result. Your willingness to look at what
your part may have been will enable to
you to see a solution.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). If allowed,
there are some rather unhelpful ideas
that will go marching around your mind
with all the pomp and circumstance of
bonafide facts. Check them, challenge
them, or just ignore them and they'll
diminish in the distance.
GEMINI (May 21-June 21). What
seems like a formless mess may very
well be just that now, next week and
next month. But it will not always be
this way. Trust that things yet unknown
are shaping slowly into the structures
of your future.
CANCER (June 22-July 22). Coral
reefs make up only about a tenth of
one percent of the earth's surface, yet
that's where nearly a quarter of the
known species of marine life live. You
want beauty. Go to a rare place of
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Of course you
can be creative all alone and you often
have a peaceful experience creating in
solitude and silence. And yet, you
need the group energy to keep you
motivated. Get involved.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You've
been emphasizing output over input,
and that's fine for a while as long as
you realize that when the inspiration
dries up, you'll need to go replenish it.
But why wait?
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). They may
look at you appraisingly, figuring out
what value you might add to their lives.
And yet, do not fall into the trap of
thinking you are as good as what you
can do for others. You are invaluable
and your worth is inherent.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). In
regards to finance, you'll benefit from
erring on the side of caution. What
builds slowly will build strong. The
same will go for partnerships of all
types. Be methodical and stay aware.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21).
Someone is going to get the best deal,
the highest quality and in the most
abundant quantity available -- why not
you? Nothing is guaranteed, but ask
anyway. Those who don't ask, don't
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). A
certain amount of political play is to be
expected. And yet, if it seems that the
intrigues and falsehoods surround you
on all sides, it's a sign that you are in a
toxic game. Get out. No prize is worth
Discovering why what you offer is
different and necessary is the usual
burden and challenge of business.
Being the total original that you are,
you will find this neither burdensome
nor challenging today.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Oddly,
there are some people in the world
who find it extremely difficult to be
happy for other people. They are the
opposite of you, with powers of
empathy so strong that you feel every
human victory almost as if it were your
TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (March 28). Go
on and set those ambitious goals. The
next three weeks bring the clarity to
organize your efforts, prioritize your
responsibilities and make a doable
plan. One special person brings
sunshine to your summer days. You'll
create new income for your family in
July; also there's a big sale in October.
Sagittarius and Scorpio adore you.
Your lucky numbers are: 5, 39, 40, 47
The City of Pendleton is accepting applications for a full-time
Director position at the Pendleton Convention Center. Position is
responsible for the general management of the convention center,
including: a comprehensive marketing program; financial
management, including budgeting; outreach and tourism promotion;
event coordination; business operations, including responsibility for
contract and staff supervision; and short and long range goal
planning with input from the Commission. Requires a Bachelor's
degree in marketing, human relations, or business administration
and five years of experience in tourism, facility management, or a
related field; or a satisfactory equivalent combination of education
and experience. Salary range is $5,047-$6,741/month plus
www.pendleton.or.us/employment or at City Hall, 500 SW Dorion,
Pendleton OR 97801 or by calling 966-0201. Application, resumé
and cover letter must be received no later than April 14, 2017. The
City of Pendleton is an Equal Opportunity employer.
AgriNorthwest, a local agricultural operation, has an opening for a
farm Equipment Operator II in Plymouth, WA in Benton County. We
are looking for a highly motivated person to safely operate farm
equipment. This position starts at $13.05 per hr. Must possess a
valid driverʼs license and be able to work safely and with minimal
supervision at all times. Full-time employees receive excellent
benefits including: Medical, Dental, Group Term Life, Disability,
Retirement Plus Plan, 401k, Flex-Spending, and other
miscellaneous value-added benefits. Qualified applicants who are
interested need to send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with
the job title in the subject line or apply in person at AgriNorthwest
174906 S Plymouth Rd, Plymouth, WA 99346. Questions can call at
(509) 734-5074 Ext. 5191/5138.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Drug Free Workplace
AgriNorthwest has an immediate opening for a full time Human
Resources Manager to work with operations in WA and OR. The
position will be based in Plymouth, WA. Candidates should have a
Bachelorʼs degree in HR or related field and 3-5 yearsʼ progressive
responsibility experience. Bilingual English/Spanish highly desirable.
5- 10 % travel required. Responsible for administering policies &
procedures, federal and state regulatory compliance, salary and
benefits, as well as other HR programs. Full-time employees
receive excellent benefits including: Medical, Dental, Vision, Group
Term Life, Disability, Retirement Plus Plan, 401k, Flex-Spending,
and other miscellaneous value-added benefits. Qualified applicants
who are interested need to send cover letter and resume to
email@example.com with the job title in the subject line or
apply in person at AgriNorthwest 174906 S Plymouth Rd, Plymouth,
WA 99346. Questions can call at (509) 734-5074 Ext. 5191/5138.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Drug Free Workplace