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Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Shifts are generally Monday
through Friday, swing and
EVENING HIRING EVENT
EOU IS actively searching for
their next Regional Advisor for
Region. Earn a comprehensive
competitive salary! To apply, visit
Drug test, driving record and
criminal background checks
will be completed before hire.
April 6, 2017
5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
At Worksource in Hermiston
950 SE Columbia Drive, Suite B, Hermiston, OR 97838
We are currently hiringfor several positions at the Boardman and
Packaging Operator Santiation Laborer
Packaging Laborer Lift Truck Operator
QA Tech Packaging Mechanic
Machine Back-Up General Laborer
Manifestor Back-Up Palletizer Back-Up
Form Product Op. Back-Up Processing Mechanic
OSS Back-Up General Laborer
Benefits include Paid Time Off
(PTO), insurances and a
401(k)/Roth 401(k) retirement
Send resume and letter of
or pick up an application at
211 SE Byers, Pendleton.
Please bring your resume
Be sure to apply online at www.lambweston.com/about/careers
Lamb Weston is an Equal Opportunity Employer
IS RECRUITING for:
*Customer Service Rep
*Raw Receiving Op
IN THE BOARDMAN AREA
These positions start as
temporary and have the
potential for permanent
While working as a
temporary we offer:
*401K Savings Plan
251 NE Eldridge Drive
Boardman, OR 97818
JOB HUNTERS -
Classifieds are the
place to look!
CDL TRUCK Driver, equipment
operator/laborer. Must have pre-
employment and random drug
screen. For application apply at
Hermiston Rock Product, LLC -
1875 N 1st Place or mail resume
to PO Box 218, Hermiston, OR
DRIVER NEEDED to deliver
East Oregonian publications.
Must be able to lift up to 50
pounds, have a valid driver's
license and a good driving
record. Full time.
OFFICE ASSISTANT: Seeking
full-time Office Assistant for
produce packing facility in
Umatilla, Oregon. High School
diploma required with college
education a plus. Must have
good computer skills with Word
and Excel. Excellent Customer
Service skills required via phone
and in person. Job requires
dealing with the public and
employees on a daily basis..
Bilingual preferred but not
required. Please send cover
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?
PARKS & RECREATION
Send resume and letter of
Recruiting summer help!
EO Media Group
Various positions available,
Final review April 24th
PO Box 2048
Salem, OR 97308-2048
by fax to 503-371-2935 or
insurances and a 401(k)/Roth
401(k) retirement plan.
SEASONAL GENERAL Tree
Fruit Worker. Zirkle Fruit Co, PO
Box 190 Selah, WA 98942, is
agricultural work for 1200
qualified farm workers in Royal,
Othello, Mattawa, Ellensburg,
Tri-Cities, Paterson, Prosser and
Yakima Areas. Must be legally
present in the U.S. The wage
offer is $13.38/hr. &/or piece
rates, depending on the crop
activity. Crop activities include
picking, thinning, pruning &
other orchard work involving
numerous varieties of apples,
blueberries, grapes, pears &
cherries. Must have 1 mo. exp.
Positions are avail 5/15/16 –
11/4/16. We anticipate a 35 hr.
work wk and will guarantee 75%
available to workers at no cost,
including U.S. workers who
cannot reasonably return to their
permanent residence at the end
Reasonable cost of inbound
transportation and subsistence
to the worksites will be provided
or paid by the employer upon
completion of 50% of the
contract, or earlier if appropriate.
Tools, supplies & equipment will
be provided at no cost to the
worker. Workers may apply at
their local State Workforce
Agency or may contact the Work
Source South Region, 1925
Morgan RD. Sunnyside, WA.,
98944 Rhonda Marquez 509-
836-1102. Please reference Job
Order # 181532122. Applicants
will be interviewed by the
employer by telephone at the
time of referral or as soon
thereafter as possible.
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.
PENDLETON CONVENTION CENTER
City of Pendleton, Oregon
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.
TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 2017
ARIES (March 21-April 19). The
question on your heart is a good one.
So good, in fact, that there are more
elements affecting the matter than
you can imagine. Just keep thinking
like you are. You'll be a part of a
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). At any
point in a relationship, someone loves
harder. Which one is loving harder?
You. You seem to be always loving
harder. What is going on with this?
Back off. Receive.
GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Health
has many levels. Certainly it's not
merely the absence of disease or
infirmity. The health you are striving
for is a state of complete physical,
mental and social well-being.
CANCER (June 22-July 22). Your day
will center on one idea. This
contemplation will guide your action.
It will change your conversations. It
will change the order in which you do
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). The heart of
ambition beats loud in you today.
You'll get up to the mountain peak
and realize there's a higher one over
yonder. A panoramic view from the
top will make all of this climbing worth
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You're
very careful about what you require of
others, asking only things that you've
personally endeavored. "Nothing is
impossible for the man who doesn't
have to do it himself." -- A.H. Weiler
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Some say
knowledge is good and ignorance is
evil. Others suggest that there's
nothing more dangerous than a little
bit of knowledge. Since you can't
unknow things, be careful about what
you try to learn. Follow your moral
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Much
can be accomplished through lists
and organized efforts, but even the
most extensive list cannot control the
uncontrollable. You'll be dealing with
forces that can't be tamed via writing.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21).
Whatever the problem is, you can
make it better. Maybe you can't solve
it today, but you can improve things.
Take the big issue and make it
smaller. If it's still too big, make it
smaller still, until it's small enough to
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19).
You've done the research, and you've
put your theories to the test. Now you
know how to go about the job. In
order to take it to the next level, teach
your way and learn theirs.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). It's
pretty clear that the people around
you have a different set of rules. If
you play by those, you won't achieve
to the heights of your ability. Take
charge. Set the bar for yourself, and
set it high.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You'll
swim between two schools of thought
today. One is very logical; the other is
intuitive. The numbers won't lie, but
they'll never tell the whole story,
TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (April 4). You're
serious about your goals, and yet
your tone is so joyous and light that
you create a happier world with your
laughter. Next month brings money to
your pocket. June is your chance to
seize love. July will bring a small but
meaningful change that you'll be
assimilating thereafter. Happiness
flows from the August love. Cancer
and Libra adore you. Your lucky
numbers are: 4, 33, 29, 28 and 1.
looking for a Full-time
to answer phones, provide
customer service, and process
orders. Must have good phone/
customer service skills. Typing,
10 key and basic bookkeeping
skills also a must. Full benefits
available including health/ dental
insurance, 401k and profit
P.O. Box 1059
Hermiston, OR 97838.
Lawn & Garden
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1
Fields of Green
has openings for 6 new
residential lawn accounts.
Call Gary 541-519-5207
Things to Eat
HALIBUT, HALIBUT, SEABASS,
LING COD. 1/2 PRICE OF
FILETS FREE HALIBUTt TO
THE FIRST 100 CALLERS.
30654 Baggett Ln, Hermiston
Call first: 503-860-1851
Chi Chi is a 2 year old
female Schnauzer/ Chihuahua
Available for adoption at
517 SE 3rd St.
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University Multicultural Center is
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