East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, April 28, 2017, Page Page 5B, Image 17

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    Friday, April 28, 2017
East Oregonian
Sor over 125 years, Portland General Electric has proudly served
Oregon. Our dedication to helping customers is matched by our
commitment to providing PGE employees with a diverse array of
rewarding career opportunities. Diversity and community are at the
heart of what we do for our customers and for each other. We are
committed to a team that looks like the Oregon community that we
know and love.
PGE team members are creative problem solvers who love to apply
themselves to challenges, big and small. We are looking for team
members who will grow their skills, their career and their future with
IT Business Analyst III (Boardman, OR) (R17-103)
The IT business analyst serves as a liaison between business and IT
They understand the operations, goals and
challenges of their clientʼs organization and recommend solutions.
They do this by utilizing techniques to elicit, document, manage and
analyze requirements and processes. By pairing this with their IT,
industry and organizational knowledge they are able to provide
recommendations to satisfy business needs.
The IT business analyst may be called upon to provide user support,
training, and problem resolution as needed. They work within teams
of IT professionals to design, develop, maintain, and support IT
applications critical to the success of PGE. The IT business analyst
develops solid relationships with their peers and clients.
You will support our journey by:
This position will reside at Boardman, Carty, or Coyote
power plants with infrequent travel to Biglow and Tucannon wind
Develop trusting relationships between clients and IT
through effective communication and interpersonal skills
Work diligently to partner with and thoroughly
understand the business unit(s) you are supporting
Knowledge of and ability to utilize a variety of
elicitation, documentation and analysis techniques
Partner with IT peers such as PMO, Application
Development and Infrastructure
Sacilitation of meetings, discussions, train other users
on software
Recommend solutions to best meet the needs of your
Work with users to identify software problems and
coordinate actions required to ensure timely resolution
Become an expert on various software utilized by the
generation group
Create and maintain an inventory of applications,
servers, etc.
Troubleshoot network, software, server issues
Ability to identify, document and plan to mitigate risk
Ability to manage solution scope & requirements,
requirements traceability, maintain requirements for re-use and
prepare requirements packages
Successfully generate and openly consider new ideas
Ability to assess situations and determine appropriate
action or solution
You will bring the following skills to our team:
Typically a Bachelorʼs Degree in Business, Computer
Science, Engineering Management or equivalent work experience in
related discipline.
Strong verbal and written communications skills.
Demonstrated formal presentation skills are a plus.
Ability to work effectively in a fast moving IT team
Working knowledge of IBMs Maximo, and Oracles
PeopleSoft a plus
Working knowledge of the software lifecycle
Preferred 5+ years experience supporting business
applications or as a power user of business applications.
PGE is a regional provider of electric power. Business
Analysts may be required to travel within the PGE service area and
to its generation facilities. Occasional overnight stays may be
required. Expected travel would be no more the 10% of work time.
Valid Drivers License is required
Join us today and power your potential!
PGE is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and is
an equal opportunity employer. PGE will not discriminate against any
employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, national
origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion,
disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected
by law.
To be considered for this position, please complete the following
employment application by the deadline:
If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 503-464-
PGE believes in rewarding strong performance. We provide a total
compensation package that is designed to reward your contributions
to the company, and, at the same time, support your well-being and
professional development, both now and into the future.
Assisting with storms or other Company emergencies is a part of all
positions at Portland General Electric.
Talent Acquisition Contact:
Danny Sajardo
Connect with us on Twitter (twitter.com/PortlandGeneral),
Sacebook (facebook.com/portlandgeneralelectric) and
LinkedIn (linkedin.com/company/portland-general-electric)
Classifieds are the
place to look!
The Port of Morrow is looking for a Workforce Development/Training
Coordinator to serve as a liaison between Port of Morrow industries
and educators including: Blue Mountain Community College,
Eastern Oregon University, Intermountain Education Service District,
and Morrow County and Ione School Districts. The main purpose of
the Workforce Development Coordinator is to connect Morrow
County employers and residents with programs and services,
especially those opportunities leading to employment in local
industry, acting as a clearing house for workforce training and
development programs.
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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
retirement plan.
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
application under
Les Schwab is proud to be an equal
opportunity employer.
Minimum Requirements
Press person needed at a
Tuesday through Saturday
morning newspaper in
Pendleton, Oregon. In addition
to East Oregonian newspaper,
our operation prints an array of
weekly, bi-weekly and monthly
1 Bachelorʼs Degree in business, human resources, public policy,
urban studies, or a related field.
2 Two years of professional experience in workforce development,
training, community outreach or public relations.
Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be
• Applications and further information can be accessed by visiting
• Resumes are required and should be attached to the application.
• The Port of Morrow is located at 2 Marine Drive, Boardman, OR
EO Media Group
To join our team, you’ll need
web press operation skills, an
eye for color, mechanical ability,
be a good communicator and
work well with others. Must
be able to lift 50# and go up/
down stairs on a regular basis.
Pendleton is near the Blue
Mountains and has abundant
outdoor recreation. It is also a
farming and ranching center
and home to the famous
Pendleton Round-Up rodeo.
PO Box 2048
Salem, OR 97308-2048
or e-mail
(PTO), insurances and a 401(k)/
Roth 401(k) retirement plan.
Columbia Basin Spreaders, Inc. has
immediate openings for
for local and regional hauls.
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
Columbia Basin Spreaders, Inc. is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.
SRIDAY, APRIL 28, 2017
ARIES (March 21-April 19). You care --
a lot! In fact, today you may find that
you care slightly more than feels
healthy for you or good for the
relationship. What would happen if you
let go and trusted life's process?
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). A selfish
someone would have you believe that
doing what makes you happy is an
indulgence. It couldn't be further from
the truth. Do what makes your heart
sing today, and the world will dance
joyfully to your song.
GEMINI (May 21-June 21). It's said
that penguins fall in love and even give
each other gifts. A male penguin has
been known to search an entire beach
for the right pebble for his mate.
You've pretty high standards for love
yourself these days.
CANCER (June 22-July 22). You're not
petty; you're generous! You don't
condemn anyone for committing minor
social sins, such as interrupting others
or talking over the entertainment. And
yet, today, you'll favor those with
superior social habits.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You've
endured plenty of adversity on your
own. The people who are in your life
are there because you want them
there, not because you need them.
Today they sense your strength and
also their honored position.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You're
often hopeful, but it's not necessarily
your first response. That's why the one
who makes you feel like there's
something special and magical in your
future is a person you should hang out
with more often.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). It's as
though there was a leap without a
landing. The unfinished thoughts are
beautiful in their incompleteness, if you
can bear the tension that takes the
place of closure.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You may
be considering taking things to the
next level in a relationship, going from
someone's "other" to someone's "only."
Whether this is business-related or
personal, exclusivity is a pretty big
step, not to be rushed into.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). In
the same way that marketers know
scarcity can create an immediate
impulse to buy, loss triggers love.
Often, "the one that got away" is
suddenly considered the best you've
ever had, immediately after "getting
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). In
some ways, you've become what you
envisioned; you embody what you
once envied; you project what you
Satisfaction in this will be brief. You're
already questing anew.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Seb. 18). Do all
you can to fortify your spirit and restore
your body. Set yourself up to awaken
in a good mood tomorrow so you're
strong and ready for an amazing
opportunity coming your way.
PISCES (Seb. 19-March 20). You don't
regret building your life around certain
people and principles, but you do
recognize that things change. You'll
reorganize to make room for new
Relationships will thrive on stability. It's
a year for extending roots, but that
doesn't mean you can't also take
vacations. In May you'll be offered
what you've longed for. You'll follow
your loved one into unknown territory
and come to love the adventure you
share there. Excellent news comes in
June; a windfall comes in November.
Sagittarius and Leo adore you. Your
lucky numbers are: 1, 40, 33, 35 and
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interest to
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