Page 4B CLASSIFIEDS East Oregonian Lots & Acreage 135 Commercial Property COVE - $65,000 Looking for a great location to build? 2.51acre lot w/beautiful views of mountains and vally below. Enjoy the beautiful town of Cove. Carolyn 541-786- 0822cell. #16585741 Coldwell Banker Whitney (541) 276-0021 140 PENDLETON - $494,500 Sreeway access/1.52 acres dividable. 3 offices, kitchen, restroom w/shower. Truck door, storage in loft. Metal building w/metal roof. Nicely landscaped. Cari 541-377-5058cell #16273028 Coldwell Banker Whitney (541) 276-0021 Pendleton-Now Just $99,900 Near new hospital, Interpath Lab, clinics, dining, etc. This 1.61 AC (m/l) is just minutes from town on HWY 395. Newer well. Would be great place for that new home! MLS#12398538 CALL;MARGE LAPP Pendleton Southgate Realty (541) 276-1957 PENDLETON -$250,000 Residence/office, Shop, Storage Units. Excellent investment opportunity. Office on the property with valley/mountain view. MLS# 16236320 Rocky Mikesell Blue Jeans Realty 541-379-8690 Commercial Property Employment 140 335 4-H/SNAP-ED EDUCATOR Oregon State University Extension Service is recruiting for a full-time, fixed-term, 4-H and SNAP-Ed Educator position serving Gilliam and Wheeler Counties To review posting and a p p l y, p l e a s e v i s i t http://jobs.oregonstate.edu/posti ngs/41611. Apply to posting #P01222US. Closing date: 05/01/2017. OSU is an AA/EOE/Vets/Disabled. PENDLETON - $129,000 2,000 sqft commercial building on Court St. Great location with lots of drive by day and night. Possibilities are endless. Central heat & air. MLS #14105683 “Our office is wherever you are” Rocky Mikesell Blue Jeans Realty 541-379-8690 Employment 335 CALL TERRI OR DAYLE AT THE EO OR HERALD NEWSPAPERS TO PLACE YOUR AD TODAY !!! 1-800-962-2819 We can now put highlighting in your ad in 6 different colors!! Blue, Cyan, Green, Magenta, Red & Yellow!! Employment 335 Career Opportunities Currently Available at Simplot Grower Solutions a division of The J.R. Simplot Company. CDL Drivers and Operations Support careers available in Eastern Oregon and Willamette Valley. Competitive Wages Benefits Career Advancement Opportunities Submit your resume today to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com The J.R. Simplot Company is one of the largest privately held food and agribusiness companies in the nation. CITY OF UMATILLA Wastewater Operator I Position in Public Works Department. Responsibilities include daily operation and maintenance of City's wastewater treatment plant, sewage lift station, and the collection system. Salary $3052 -$3475/mo., DOE, plus excellent benefits. Valid Oregon Driverʼs license with the ability the obtain CDL, class B endorsement. City application required with complete list of references and resume. You can find the application and full job description at www.umatilla- city.org/ human-resources or stop by City Hall. PO Box 130, 700 6th St., Umatilla, OR 97882; (541) 922-3226, ext. 105. EOE/AA. Opened until filled. Sarmers Agencies for sale in John Day and Baker City. Call Tanner 541-706-9414 for more information. FIELD TECHNICIAN Columbia Basin Spreaders, Inc. has immediate openings for COMMERCIAL PUC DRIVERS for local and regional hauls. The successful applicants must have current physical card and a valid CDL- A license with endorsements for Doubles/ Triples Tankers, and Hazardous Materials 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. Sor more information or to complete an application, contact: Steve Williams Columbia Basin Spreaders 78757 Westland Rd., Hermiston, OR 97838 541-701-9921 Columbia Basin Spreaders, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PRE - PRESS ASSISTANT East Oregonian is seeking a part-time (25-30 hours per week) pre-press assistant/mail room worker. This is a rare opportunity to learn multiple aspects of our business. Suc- cessful candidates will need problem-solving and computer skills (Apple & PC preferred) plus the ability to handle multi- ple tasks at once. Must be very accurate and detail oriented plus have excellent customer service and communication skills. This position will also work in the distribution depart- ment, working alongside team members to prepare products for delivery, preparing postal reports and labeling machines. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. occasionally. IRZ Consulting is hiring for a seasonal field technician. Applicants must be 18, have a valid driver's license, can drive stick shift, perform basic math, and be able to work outdoors. Knowledge of agriculture is helpful. Wages are DOE. Please email resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 541- 567-0252 YOUR DREAM home is right here in the Classifieds… check our listings for your next move! SRIDAY, APRIL 14, 2017 ARIES (March 21-April 19). The social swirl favors you, though in a temperate kind of way. Contrastingly, some party animals you know wear themselves out because they miss the secret to maintaining a robust social life: Go home when you're tired. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Your purpose will converge with a bit of randomness you can't help but pay attention to. This may involve an exciting someone, and it becomes a part of your shared story. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). 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In many situations, good enough is good enough. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You find it pretty easy to make rational decisions, unless you are 1) hungry, 2) tired or 3) emotionally involved. Hungry and tired are easy to remedy. Good luck getting your feelings out of it, though! SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Bottom line, the group will be better for your expertise, instinct and involvement. They may not show you often enough how valuable you are, but hang in there, if for no other reason than this: They need you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Surrender if you feel it's time, if you've been fighting out of stubbornness and ego instead of principle and purpose, if you're ready to stop resisting where life wants to take you. But if this is just about giving up, don't. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You will look for what you find and, bonus, what you beckon for will come to you. Now all you have to do is direct your energy well, toward loveliness and strictly what you would enjoy in your life. 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Friday, April 14, 2017 Employment 335 Employment 335 Employment 335 JOIN OUR GROWING YELLOWHAWK TEAM If you love agriculture, are technology savvy, and want to help businesses succeed while growing your career, we want to talk to you! The Capital Press, a weekly agriculture newspaper and website, is hiring for a MEDIA SALES PROFESSIONAL to cover our NE Oregon/SE Washington sales territory. Excellent communication skills, the drive to exceed goals, and general computer skills (PowerPoint, Excel, Microsoft Word) are crucial. This position is field-based (home office) and requires daily territory travel, and some overnight travel. Wage plus commission and benefits including Paid Time Off (PTO), 401(k)/Roth 401(k) retirement plan, company car and insurances. Capital Press is owned by EO Media Group, a family-owned and run company for over 100 years. Send resume and letter of interest to EO Media Group PO Box 2048 Salem, OR 97308-2048 by fax to 503-371-2935 or e- mail firstname.lastname@example.org GET A JOB… check out the Employment Classifieds today! *Eligibility Coordinator(s) (two positions) $28,255 - $42,315 *Property Shipping & Receiving Clerk $32,487 - $48,730 *Clinical Applications Coordinator (CAC) DOE/DOQ *Director of Quality & Performance Improvement DOE/DOQ *IT Help Desk Technician $28,255 - $42,315 *Chief Dentist DOE/DOQ *Physician (MD/DO) DOE/DOQ *RN $49,354 - $74,080 DOE/DOQ *LPN or CMA (two positions) $28,255 - $48,730 DOE/DOQ All Positions are Sulltime With Benefits and are Open Until Silled With Weekly Screenings. Tribal/Indian Preference Observed. Sor detailed position descriptions and Yellowhawk Application visit www.yellowhawk.org. Sor questions or to submit an application packet send to : HRRecruiter@yellowhawk.org POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Position: Sull Time Social Science & Physical Education Teacher Location: Condon High School Tentative Start Date: August 28, 2017 Salary Range: Per Certified Salary Schedule for teaching position. Qualification Descriptors: Valid and proper licensing along with appropriate endorsement issued by TSPC. Condon School District is seeking a dynamic, energetic Secondary Social Studies and Physical Education teacher. This position would provide instruction for 7th-12th grades in Social Studies and 5th-12th in Physical Education. The candidate will work with other teachers, particularly language arts, to create integrated models for instructional implementation. There are opportunities for an AD position, and coaching positions in the district. Work Environment: In addition to working in a standard classroom environment for a portion of the day, the successful applicant will also be in or out-doors for Physical Education. Application/Interview Period: March 24, 2017 thru April 24, 2017 or until position is filled Contact: Michelle Geer, Superintendent/Principal at e-mail email@example.com All application materials (i.e., cover letter, resume, and letters of reference) are to be mailed or delivered directly to the Condon School District 25J office. Horizon Project, Inc. is hiring!! We are looking for: Direct Support Professionals for both our Hermiston, Pendleton. locations Job Coaches for the Pendleton area Milton-Sreewater, & Various day, swing & night shifts available. To learn more, visit us online at: www.horizonprojectinc.com or visit our offices at 408 E Main St. Suite B in Hermiston, 608 N Russell in Milton-Sreewater or 223 SW Court in Pendleton.