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BBCC Career Services offers a broad range of information and assistance for individuals

  • Job/career exploration
  • Education/training requirements
  • Job hunting techniques
  • Employment opportunities, internships, mentorships, and work experience
  • Industry and business tours
  • Career assessments for determining the right career

Computer resources and software programs include

  • Resume creation
  • Career exploration
  • Employment preparation
  • Videos demonstrating interview techniques
  • Access local, state and nationwide websites and databases for job search

In person appointments are available

  • Career exploration
  • Job search
  • Resume preparation and review
  • Interview preparation or any other related topic

Career Services is a free benefit available to current, potential students, and alumni of Big Bend Community College.

Hiring and Employer of the Day Events

04/11/2019  Spring Healthcare Hiring Event: Big Bend Comm College  9am-1pm

04/12/2019 Spring Agriculture Job Fair: WorkSource Moses Lake   10am-2pm

Job Openings

03/19/2019 Garden Associate Seasonal immediate need

Penhallurick’s Home and Building Supply
Applications available in Store
JOB DESCRIPTION:
Garden Associate – Seasonal Work (not permanent)
Garden Store Hours: Monday through Friday – 8 AM to 6 PM, Sunday – 9 AM to 4 PM Saturday – Closed
JOB OVERVIEW:
The plant/garden department in Penhallurick’s will be an employee that enjoys working with people, has a love of plants, and a willingness to learn. Responsibilities include, watering, pruning, moving plants, and working outdoors. As directed may also do plant inventory, sales with the public, and find information to answer customer questions. May include cashier work.
WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Outside work, be able to work in weather extremes (cold or extreme heat), lift 50 pounds when needed and work variable hours.
PREVIOUS TRAINING:
Plant knowledge preferred.

03/19/2019 Maintenance Mechanic/Welder 1-2 openings

Ritzville Warehouse Co

Position Opening                             Maintenance/Mechanic

Number of Openings                      one and possibly two candidates to hire full-time for this position

Position responsibilities:

Inspecting/maintaining/fixing country elevators

Inspecting/maintaining/fixing equipment (trucks, harvest equipment, machines, general maintenance)

Other responsibilities as assigned

Experience:

Mechanical and/or Welding background or education

How to apply:

Contact directly with resume and cover letter outlining your skills and qualifications

Pat Yerxa

Grain Merchandiser

201 E. First Ave    Ritzville, WA 99169

P: 509-659-0130     F: 509-659-1101

paty@ritzwhse.net

03/18/2019 WA State Department of Ag Seasonal & Full Time Positions

WA State Dept of Agriculture

http://agr.wa.gov/inspection/SeedInspection/

Certified Seed Field Inspector –Yakima -1 – FTE

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2386403/certified-seed-field-inspector?keywords=field&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Certified Seed Field Inspector –Franklin – 1-    FTE 50% (FTE during season)

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2385802/certified-seed-field-inspector?keywords=field&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Non perm (seasonal) positions – apply in the county residing during employment.

Grass Inspector – May through Aug (2 total)

Corn Inspector – June 15 through Aug 15 (7 total)

Benton

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2384184/seed-field-inspector-1-ai2?keywords=field&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Adams

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2384235/seed-field-inspector-1-ai2?keywords=field&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Grant

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2384226/seed-field-inspector-1-ai2?keywords=field&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Yakima

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2384094/seed-field-inspector-i-ai2?keywords=field&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Walla Walla

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2384214/seed-field-inspector-1-ai2?keywords=field&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Franklin

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2384195/seed-field-inspector-1-ai2?keywords=field&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

03/14/2019 US Census Jobs-Grant County Open now

Supervisory &   Non-Supervisory     Positions available in    Grant County, WA
$14.50 – $16.00 per hour
APPLY ONLINE!    2020census.gov/jobs
2020 Census jobs provide:
Great pay
Flexible hours
Weekly pay
Paid training
1-855-JOB-2020 (1-855-562-2020)
Federal Relay Service:       1-800-877-8339 TIY/ASCII     www.gsa.gov/fedrelay
For more information or help applying, please call        census 2020

03/14/2019 Golf Shop Counter Person Closes when filled

Company Name: The Links at Moses Pointe

Contact Person: Bill Porter           

Phone: 509.764.2275 ext. 3

Email: bestperformancegolf@gmail.com

Employer Address: 4524 Westshore Dr. NE Moses Lake, WA

Work Location Address: 4524 Westshore Dr. NE Moses Lake, WA

Job Title: Golf Shop counter person.

Job Description/Qualifications: Excellent customer service skills, some knowledge of golf, point of sale experience is helpful.

Basic Requirements: Friendly demeanor with guests and crew, reliable transportation, punctuality, trustworthy.

Base Pay: $13.00 and includes golf privileges at Moses Pointe.

Job Closing Date: When filled.

How would you like to be contacted: Phone, email, or in person.

03/12/2019 Industrial Mechanic Moses Lake Immediate Need

Job Title: Maintenance Mechanic                Department: Maintenance
Reports To: Maintenance Supervisor           Prepared By: Carl Burton
Summary
This position is accountable for the timely installation, preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of complex plant equipment and facilities that are instrumental in the efficient functioning of automated production lines and a manufacturing facility operating on a 24 hour/day, 7 day/week operation.
The incumbent is assigned jobs by the supervisor or a superintendent and is expected to complete most jobs, including those of a complex nature, with little supervision.
All assignments must be carried out under stringent safety and sanitation standards. Quality requirements are constantly monitored, necessitating equipment fabrication and machine operations within specific tolerances and operational specifications to insure the delivery of food products on time and at the lowest cost by conforming exactly to the customer’s requirements.  Participation of employees in the implementation of improved concepts is encouraged in all production processes.
Skills required include an intermediate level in proficiency in welding, plumbing, electrical repair, instrumentation, running lathes and milling machines, fabricating and repairing pneumatic and hydraulic systems. Additionally, the incumbent must own and maintain a basic set of hand tools.
Principle Accountabilities
1. Troubleshoot and perform repairs to equipment that has failed in a manner that minimizes downtime.
2. During process line downtime, perform corrective and preventative equipment maintenance per assigned schedule.
3. Fabricate, manufacture or assemble items as indicated on blue prints, sketches or schematics of complex objects and circuitry as requested in work orders.
4.  Rebuild or remodel highly complex pieces of machinery such as gear boxes, motors, etc.
5.  Maintain an appropriate inventory of parts on hand to facilitate timely repair of equipment.
6.  Maintain an up-to-date understanding of the proper use of all repair equipment through an on-going training schedule.
7.  May be assigned to perform specialized job functions eg: auto/forklift mechanic, construction electrician, instrumentation, refrigeration, machinist, electronic specialist etc.  Although assigned to a specialized job, the incumbent will be expected to assist in areas outside of that specialty as the need arises.
8.  Understand safety regulations and procedures on all assignments.
9.  Must maintain the highest standards of ethics and integrity while embodying the tenets of “What We Stand For” and “The Basic Principles.”
10.  Must maintain the highest standards of data management by creating consistent, reliable data which will ensure accuracy and in turn, maximize the use of data and confidence in decision making.
11.  Proactively manage safety by ensuring compliance with all Federal and State regulations and internal Company policies. Regularly complete behavior based safety observations. Ensure unsafe conditions are corrected in a timely manner.

All employees are responsible for upholding the principles of SQF 2000.

All employees are responsible for immediately reporting any food safety, food quality or plant security issues to management for appropriate action.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Education and/or Experience:

This position requires the incumbent to have advanced skills as an industrial mechanic or industrial electrician. A two-year certificate from a college or technical school is preferred.

  • Language Skills:

Ability to read and comprehend simple to complex instructions, correspondence, and     memos.  Ability to write various types of documents including, but not limited to, instructions, training outlines, and reports.  Ability to effectively present information verbally in one-on-one to large group situations. 

  • Reasoning Ability:
  • Must be able to creatively apply experience and common sense to a variety of situations, processes, and people. Must be able to make technical decisions and support the staff on technical issues. Possess the ability to manage several projects concurrently. Be able to plan work, order parts, and coordinate downtime to complete work orders. Be able to resolve issues which may include conflicts between employees, equipment malfunctions, and variations in operating conditions.
  • Computer Skills:

Must demonstrate strong skills in Microsoft Office suite and be able to effectively use Maintenance Management Software.

  • Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and color vision.

  • Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts and vibration. The employee is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals and outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.

03/07/2019 2nd year Mechanical Student Moses Lake Closes 03/31/2019

Company Name:                              Vincent Farms

Contact Person:                               Trey Vincent

Email Contact:                                 tvincent@gcpower.net

How to Apply:                                  Email resume and cover letter or letter of introduction

Job Title:                                            Student Mechanic (Prefer 2nd year student)

Location:                                           Moses Lake

Base Pay:                                           $14.00 pr hour (hours and times will vary with school schedule)

Closing Date:                                    03/31/2019

Job Description: Rebuild 1990 Isuzu Trooper with a four cylinder gas engine. 

Need:    Remove, rebuilding and reinstall engine.  Bring all other components into good operating condition. 

Purpose: This is a part-time job that provides an opportunity to learn, gain experience and earn money. The work is flexible for student adjusting quarterly schedule.

Responsibilities: Provide the mechanical ability and complete the work under the direction of supervisor

Basic Requirements: 2nd year BBCC Automotive Technology Student (preferred).  Basic experience in this type of work.  Understand the important and have a willingness to follow the manufacture’s shop manual.  (Isuzu Dealer Shop Manual Provided)

03/07/2019 Part-Time Teller Moses Lake

HORIZON CREDIT UNION is excited to be adding a Part-time Teller to our Moses Lake Safeway Branch team! In this role you will work up to 24 hours per week on average (Monday – Saturday) while bringing the flexibility to work additional hours when needed.

Typical schedule 9am-6pm Monday and Saturday with balance of hours worked during the week (Monday-Saturday)

We are seeking applicants who are highly-motivated, energetic and compassionate. A passion to provide exceptional service to our members and comfort level in sharing information about our products and services and how they can help our members is a key part of this position and the success of the branch.

Our ideal applicant will bring at least 6 months experience with cash handling and customer service, preferably in a retail environment. (Prior credit union/banking and/or sales experience is preferred but not required.)

For team members, being part of Horizon is about the opportunity to shape our communities. Serving members and building success is a path navigated as a team. Our team is capable, optimistic, responsible and empathetic. As part of a growing organization, Horizon employees bring a vast array of experience and skills, working together to make a difference in the financial industry as we guide members in the direction of their dreams.

We offer competitive salaries partial benefits package including PTO time, 401k employer contribution & match, paid volunteer time, paid holidays and even a birthday holiday!

To view the complete job description and apply online, visit us at www.hzcu.org or directly at website at https://www.hzcu.org/home/about-us/careers.

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

02/22/2019 HAZMAT CDL Propane Delivery Driver Hiring ASAP/Closes when filled

Amerigas

Job  Title:  Delivery  Rep  Driver  CDL         –          Bulk

$1500  Sign-On  Bonus.

When you work for AmeriGas, you become a part of something BIG! Founded in 1959, AmeriGas is the nation’s premiere propane company, serving over 2 million residential, commercial, industrial and motor fuel propane customers. Together, our 8,500 dedicated professionals will deliver 1.5 billion gallons of propane from 1,400 distribution points across the United States.

Job Summary:

At AmeriGas, Delivery Representatives are a key point of contact for our customers. They are relied upon to provide excellent customer service at each interaction. They drive propane delivery trucks

-“bobtails”- and fill tanks with propane for local residential and industrial customers. They are dedicated and responsible with a passion for safety and are careful to follow state codes and regulations as well as company procedures. Delivery representatives enjoy working outdoors and understand the importance of wearing the required personal protective equipment.

We are now offering a $1500 Sign On Bonus for new hires! Education and Experience:

  • At least 21 years old with a valid Commercial Driver’s License. Hazmat and tanker endorsements

are preferred. Note: Hazmat and tanker endorsements will be required to perform the job and if not held already, must be obtained soon after hire and prior to driving an AmeriGas vehicle.

    • Willingness to work outdoors in all weather and driving conditions
    • Lifting, pushing, pulling, bending and climbing in and out of the truck

AmeriGas is a Drug Free Workplace. Candidates must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and a criminal background check. AmeriGas is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

02/20/2019 Assembler Nationwide closes 03/15/2019

Company Name                    PMG
Contact Person                      Stacey Jaeger
Phone                                     8665226701
Email                                      retoolrecruiting@pmgservices.com
Location                                 Nationwide
Base Pay                                 $24 pr hr
Job Closing Date                   03-15-2019
How to apply                         Email resume and cover letter
Job Title                                 Assembler
Job Description/Qualification
PMG is a national manufacturing services company, with a reputation for integrity, reliability and rewarding opportunities. Our company partners with the nation’s leading manufacturing companies and provides them with highly skilled technicians to resolve production gaps and backlogs.
 
Our dedicated Technical Solutions Coordinators will provide you with personal, hands-on assistance in matching you with the right PMG project to fit your needs and skill set.
Details are as follows:
Position & Position Status: Assembler
Location: Nationwide
Pay Rate/Salary: $24-$32/hour, DOE
Hours Guarantee: 50 hours of work/week, time and a half OT after 40 hours
Per Diem: $45/day tax-free, paid in addition to wages for the coverage of expenses
Duration: 3 months – Upon completion of this project, PMG has additional opportunities to keep you working
Travel: Mileage reimbursement at $0.545/mile to and from the job site
Lodging: Hotel arranged, paid for and provided by PMG, Single Occupancy
Open until filled
Responsibilities
Mechanical and/or Electrical Assembly
Sub-assembly & final-assembly
Working on a bench, on the floor or production assembly line
Ability to read and work from prints, diagrams and work orders
Basic Requirements
Previous Experience: This position requires previous mechanical and/or electrical assembly experience.

02/20/2019 Welder Nationwide closing date 03/30/2019

Company Name                    PMG
Contact Person                      Stacey Jaeger
Phone                                     8665226701
Email                                      retoolrecruiting@pmgservices.com
Location                                 Nationwide
Base Pay                                 $18 pr hr
Job Closing Date                   03-30-2019
How to Apply                        Email resume and cover letter
Job Title                                 Welder
Job Description/Qualification
PMG is a national manufacturing services company, with a reputation for integrity, reliability and rewarding opportunities. Our company partners with the nation’s leading manufacturing companies and provides them with highly skilled technicians to resolve production gaps and backlogs. PMG is an EEO.
 
Our dedicated Technical Solutions Coordinators will provide you with personal, hands-on
assistance in matching you with the right PMG project to fit your needs and skill set.

Position & Position Status: Welder
Location: Nationwide
Pay Rate/Salary: $18-24/hour, DOE
Hours Guarantee: 50 hours of work/week, time and a half OT after 40 hours
Per Diem: $45/day tax-free, paid in addition to wages for the coverage of expenses
Duration: 3 months – Upon completion of this project, PMG has additional opportunities to keep you working
Travel: Mileage reimbursement at $0.545/mile to and from the job site
Lodging: Hotel arranged, paid for and provided by PMG, Single Occupancy
Open until filled
 General Job Duties / Skills:
Lays out, fits, tacks and/or welds metal components/assemblies
MIG, TIG and/or Flux Core Welding, based upon project requirements
Ability to read blueprints and weld drawings
Able to work in a fast-paced production setting or job-shop setting
 Responsibilities
General Job Duties / Skills:
Lays out, fits, tacks and/or welds metal components/assemblies
MIG, TIG and/or Flux Core Welding, based upon project requirements
Ability to read blueprints and weld drawings
Able to work in a fast-paced production setting or job-shop setting
Basic Requirements
Previous Experience: This position requires previous welding experience and/or proven technical skills acquired through an accredited college.

02/20/2019 Manufacturing Technician Nationwide closing 03/30/2019

Company Name                    www.pmgservices.com
Contact Person                      Stacey Jaeger
Phone                                     8665226701
Email                                      retoolrecruiting@pmgservices.com
Location                                 Nationwide
Base Pay                                 $18 pr hr
Job Closing Date                   03-30-2019
How to apply                         email resume and cover letter
Job Title                                 Manufacturing Technician
Job Description/Qualification
PMG is a national manufacturing services company, with a reputation for integrity, reliability and rewarding opportunities. Our company partners with the nation’s leading manufacturing companies and provides them with highly skilled technicians to resolve production gaps and backlogs. PMG is an EEO.
Our dedicated Technical Solutions Coordinators will provide you with personal, hands-on
assistance in matching you with the right PMG project to fit your needs and skill set.
Details are as follows:
Position & Position Status: Manufacturing Technician
Location: Nationwide
Pay Rate/Salary: $18-$21/hour (DOE ) + OT paid at time and a half after 40 hours
Guarantee: 50 hours/week guaranteed, at a minimum
Per Diem: $45/day tax free, paid in addition to wages for the coverage of expenses
Travel: Mileage reimbursement at $0.545/mile to and from job site
Lodging: Hotel arranged, paid for and provided by PMG, Single Occupancy
Open until filled

  • Responsibilities
    Ability to perform physically demanding tasks to include: lifting, pushing, pulling etc.
    · Ability to work in the elements – hot or cold, as required
    · Ability to work 50 hours/week, at a minimum
    · Ability to commit to projects lasting anywhere from 4 weeks to 3 or 6 months
    · Ability to drive to jobsites as well as provide transportation to and from jobsite/hotel  
    · Ability to take direction and work accordingly, independently or in a team
    Basic Requirements
  • Mechanical aptitude
    · Previous experience working in a manufacturing or heavy industrial environment
    · Variable experience to include: machine operation, CNC machining, assembly, forklift operation etc.
    · Technical school education in a skilled trade, a plus
    · Expert ability to recognize and use hand and power tools
02/20/2019 Lead Adult Adventure Day Counselor Seattle area closes 05/20/2019

Company Name                    Outdoors for All
Contact Person                     Program Manager: Elliot Howard
Phone                                     2068386030
Email                                      ellioth@outdoorsforall.org
Location                                 Seattle, WA
Base Pay                                 16 pr hr
Job Closing Date                   05-20-2019
How to apply                         email resume and cover letter
Job Title                                 Lead Adult Adventure Day Counselor
Job Description/Qualification
Days/Hours: June 10 to August 30 / Monday- Friday / 35- 40 hours per wk.

Locations: Magnuson Park in Seattle
Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah
Seward Park in Seattle

Purpose: Safely facilitate Outdoor Recreation activities
Day camp for people ages 18 and older with disabilities.
Supervise Adult Adventure Day Staff and Volunteers.

Supervisor: Assistant Manager: Jacqueline Reyes, Program Manager: Elliot Howard

Expectations:
² Attend staff trainings prior to Adult Adventure Days (June 10 – 14)
² Be flexible, creative and adaptable to situations
² Maintain a positive attitude
² Be prompt, dependable and prepared for each activity
² Continue to develop knowledge of disabilities, recreational activities and adaptive techniques

Compensation:
Lead Day Camp Counselor: $16/ hr.
Sick leave

Responsibilities:
² Maintain safety of participants and staff at all times
² Facilitate Day Camp activities, including cycling, kayaking, climbing and hiking
² Provide excellent customer service through communicating with both parents and caregivers
² Supervise Day Camp Counselors and Volunteers
² Drive Outdoors for All vehicles with participants and/or equipment
² Load, unload and operate recreational equipment as needed for the program
² Maintain accurate and organized paperwork in regard to attendance, bus logs
and Outdoors for All reporting policies.

Basic Requirements
² Must be 18 years of age
² Current Driver’s License
² Current CPR and First Aid
² Pro-active leadership and communication skills
² Ability to give and receive feedback in a positive manner
² Commitment to all responsibilities and expectations.

Preferred Requirements
² Must be 18 years of age
² Current Driver’s License
² Current CPR and First Aid
² Pro-active leadership and communication skills
² Ability to give and receive feedback in a positive manner
² Commitment to all responsibilities and expectations.

02/20/2019 Lead Camp Counselor Seattle Area closes 05/20/2019

Company Name        Outdoors for All

Contact Person          Program Manager: Elliot Howard

Phone                         2068386030

Email                          ellioth@outdoorsforall.org

How to apply              Email resume and cover leter

Base Pay                     16 pr hr

Job Closing Date       05-20-2019

Job Title                     Lead Day Camp Counselor

Job Description/Qualification

Days/Hours: June 10 to August 30 / Monday- Friday / 35- 40 hours per wk.

Locations: Magnuson Park in Seattle
Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah
Seward Park in Seattle

Purpose: Safely facilitate Outdoor Recreation activities
Day camp for people ages 5- 18 with disabilities.
Supervise Day Camp Staff and Volunteers.

Supervisor: Assistant Manager: Jacqueline Reyes, Program Manager: Elliot Howard

Expectations:
² Attend staff trainings prior to Day Camp (June 10- 14)
² Be flexible, creative and adaptable to situations
² Maintain a positive attitude
² Be prompt, dependable and prepared for each activity
² Continue to develop knowledge of disabilities, recreational activities and adaptive techniques

Compensation:
Lead Day Camp Counselor: $16/ hr.
Sick leave

Please send Cover Letter and Resume to:
Elliot Howard
Program Manager
ellioth@outdoorsforall.org

Responsibilities
² Maintain safety of participants and staff at all times
² Facilitate Day Camp activities, including cycling, kayaking, climbing and hiking
² Provide excellent customer service through communicating with both parents and caregivers
² Supervise Day Camp Counselors and Volunteers
² Drive Outdoors for All vehicles with participants and/or equipment
² Load, unload and operate recreational equipment as needed for the program
² Maintain accurate and organized paperwork in regard to attendance, bus logs
and Outdoors for All reporting policies.

Basic Requirements
² Must be 18 years of age
² Current Driver’s License
² Current CPR and First Aid
² Pro-active leadership and communication skills
² Ability to give and receive feedback in a positive manner
² Commitment to all responsibilities and expectations.

Preferred Requirements
² Must be 18 years of age
² Current Driver’s License
² Current CPR and First Aid
² Pro-active leadership and communication skills
² Ability to give and receive feedback in a positive manner
² Commitment to all responsibilities and expectations.

02/20/2019 Day Camp Counselor Seattle area closing date 05/20/2019

Company Name        Outdoors for All

Contact Person          Elliot Howard ellioth@outdoorsforall.org

Phone                         2068386030

Email                          ellioth@outdoorsforall.org

Location                     Seattle, WA

Base Pay                     15 pr hr

Job Closing Date       05-20-2019

How to apply             Email cover letter and resume

Job Title                     Day Camp Counselor

Job Description/Qualification

Safely facilitate outdoor recreation programs to people, ages 5- 17, with and without disabilities. Support Day Camp programming through creative and fun activity planning, recreation activity delivery and feedback.

Location: Outings based from Magnuson Park in Seattle, Lake Sammamish State Park in Sammamish and Seward Park. Activities include travel on most days. Transportation is available to and from base area to satellite locations.

Supervisor: Assistant Manager: Jacqueline Reyes, Program Manager: Elliot Howard

Salary: $15.00/ hr.
Status: Seasonal
Hours/Days: Training is June 10-14. Camp is June 17 – August 30 / Monday to Friday / 35 – 40hrs per week
Benefits: Sick leave

Qualifications
1. 18 years of age or older
2. Valid Washington State Driver’s License; must verify own auto insurance; ability to be insured by our insurance provider.
3. Current First Aid card and CPR training. Lifeguard certification a plus.
4. Passion for and experience in adaptive techniques and/or ability to assist rock climbing, cycling, hiking and kayaking.
5. Experience working with individuals with disability and/or children.
6. Ability to be flexible, creative and positive in a variety of situations.
7. Ability to consistently lift, carry and load adaptive cycles and other equipment that may weigh 50 pounds.
8. Commitment to a positive, fun and team-oriented working environment.
9. Ability to attend Day Camp training from June 10- 14.

Please send Cover Letter and Resume to: Elliot Howard, Program Manager: ellioth@outdoorsforall.org

Responsibilities
1. Maintain safety of participants, volunteers and staff at all times during day camp activities.
2. Deliver adaptive and therapeutic recreation programs. Provide instruction in adaptive sports such as cycling, hiking, camping, rock climbing, and paddling.
3. Support high quality delivery of day camp activities through incorporation of therapeutic recreation techniques, responding to parent and participant requests, setting-up, taking down and storage of equipment, and care and safety of Outdoors for All vehicles.
4. Problem-solve unexpected changes in activity plans, camper and/or volunteer participation as a team.
5. Drive Outdoors for All vehicles, trailers and equipment for event and program needs. Load, unload and operate recreational equipment as needed for the program.
6. Ensure day camp supplies, equipment, and vehicles are stocked and ready for use as needed.
7. Store and care for equipment and vehicles to ensure they are safe and reliable for current and future programs.
8. Provide feedback to parents/ caregivers as needed in the form of daily progress reports, behavior reports, morning or afternoon check-ins, phone calls and/or e-mails.
9. Be a positive representative and promoter of Outdoors for All programs, events and activities in our community.
10. Maintain accurate paperwork, including attendance and pick-up/drop off signature sheets, program activity reports, gas and activity receipts, incident and behavior incident report forms, vehicle logs, etc.
11. Comply with Outdoors for All safety and health policies and procedures.
12. Be on-time and prepared for each day camp activity.
13. Participate fully as member of the Outdoors for All summer seasonal staff team.
14. Other duties as identified.

02/20/2019 Barista and Shift Leader Ritzville & Moses Lake

Starbucks has 4 positions open for Baristas and 2 for Shift Leaders, the jobs are in Moses Lake and Ritzville. If you have clients that are interested they can apply online at:  https://www.starbucks.com/careers/   -the jobs are also posted on our website.
They will be interviewing at WorkSource (309 5th Avenue, Moses Lake) for these jobs on February 21st.

02/20/2019 Manufacturing Technician Nationwide

Company Name:                   PMG, Inc.
Contact Person:                    Stacey Jaeger
Phone:                                    952-693-2816
Email:                                    sjaeger@pmgservices.com
Website Address:                  7809 Southtown Center #102
Location:                               Nationwide
Base Pay:                               18.00
Job Closing Date:                 02-28-2019
How to Apply:                       Email
Job Title                                 Manufacturing Technician
Job Description/Qualification
PMG is a national manufacturing services company, with a reputation for integrity, reliability and rewarding opportunities. Our company partners with the nation’s leading manufacturing companies and provides them with highly skilled technicians to resolve production gaps and backlogs. PMG is an EEO.
Our dedicated Technical Solutions Coordinators will provide you with personal, hands-on
assistance in matching you with the right PMG project to fit your needs and skill set.
Details are as follows:
Position & Position Status: Manufacturing Technicians
Location: Nationwide
Pay Rate/Salary: $18-$21/hour (DOE ) + OT paid at time and a half after 40 hours
Guarantee: 50 hours/week guaranteed, at a minimum
Per Diem: $45/day tax free, paid in addition to wages for the coverage of expenses
Travel: Mileage reimbursement at $0.545/mile to and from job site
Lodging: Hotel arranged, paid for and provided by PMG, Single Occupancy
Responsibilities:                   Job Duties/Skills:
· Mechanical aptitude
· Previous experience working in a manufacturing or heavy industrial environment
· Variable experience to include: machine operation, CNC machining, assembly, forklift operation etc.
· Technical school education in a skilled trade, a plus
· Expert ability to recognize and use hand and power tools
· Ability to perform physically demanding tasks to include: lifting, pushing, pulling etc.
· Ability to work in the elements – hot or cold, as required
· Ability to work 50 hours/week, at a minimum
· Ability to commit to projects lasting anywhere from 4 weeks to 3 or 6 months
· Ability to drive to jobsites as well as provide transportation to and from jobsite/hotel  
· Ability to take direction and work accordingly, independently or in a team
Basic Requirements: Mechanical aptitude
Preferred Requirements:     Job Duties/Skills:
· Mechanical aptitude
· Previous experience working in a manufacturing or heavy industrial environment
· Variable experience to include: machine operation, CNC machining, assembly, forklift operation etc.
· Technical school education in a skilled trade, a plus
· Expert ability to recognize and use hand and power tools
· Ability to perform physically demanding tasks to include: lifting, pushing, pulling etc.
· Ability to work in the elements – hot or cold, as required
· Ability to work 50 hours/week, at a minimum
· Ability to commit to projects lasting anywhere from 4 weeks to 3 or 6 months
· Ability to drive to jobsites as well as provide transportation to and from jobsite/hotel  
· Ability to take direction and work accordingly, independently or in a team

02/20/2019 Ag Field Service Technician ASAP

Wilbur-Ellis is currently looking to fill a Field Services Technician position out of our Warden/Othello, WA locations.
General Purpose and Scope of Position:
Wilbur-Ellis is seeking an Agricultural Field Services Technician responsible for using to transport and set-up agricultural equipment used by growers in the field. This position will inspect vehicle and equipment with every use and complete documentation of bulk material. We are looking for someone with a positive attitude and strong customer service skills to professionally interact with our customers. This is a seasonal / temporary position.
Link to position:
https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/WIL1015WELC/JobBoard/301f072f-bb97-f32c-497b-18cdfbd619ce/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=e1012bc6-8625-4355-b787-a6ecdd342b89
Please feel free to forward my information to anyone who might be of interest.
MADELEINE TRUDEAU
Recruiter
Wilbur-Ellis Company
T 360-356-6531

02/20/2019 CDL-A Local Area Immediate Need

Wilber Ellis
Class-A Driver position open at our Othello, WA location
General Purpose and Scope of Position:
Wilbur-Ellis is seeking an experienced career-minded Commercial Driver to be part of a close, efficient team that delivers goods and services to a diverse customer base using a company delivery truck. This position also stocks and retrieves packages and bulk containers. We are looking for someone who can drive a forklift and assist as necessary. A positive attitude and willingness to grow and build relationships with team members and customers is expected.
Applicants can apply online at: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/WIL1015WELC/JobBoard/301f072f-bb97-f32c-497b-18cdfbd619ce/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=d44ec2c5-f2ec-4dcb-b467-8ef43165b155
Jennie Feiss, Job Recruiter
Wilbur-Ellis Company
T 503.451.4646
jfeiss@wilburellis.com

02/20/2019 CDL-B with Hazmat Local region/home nights Immediate Hire

BBSI
Seeking Full Time CDL-B with Hazmat endorsement
Must possess customer service skills and ability to lift/move up to 50 #
Will drive in region (Moses Lake, Tri Cities, Coulee City, Wilson Creek) and be home nightly
Shift 8-5 or when done with Route
Pay depends upon experience and skills. Employer paid medical, vacation
Requires 25 yrs or older and clean driving record for auto insurance policy
Contact Caitlin Ballard at
Caitlin Ballard
Staffing HR Manager & Recruiting Specialist

BBSI
509.765.4408 – Office
Caitlin.Ballard@bbsihq.com
Call or stop by the office for more information

02/20/2019 RN Moses Lake Area Closes 03/31/2019

Company Name:       Fresenius Medical Care
Contact Person:        Suzanne Gray
Phone:                        636-730-8380
Email:                        suzanne.gray@fmc-na.com
Website Address:      https://jobs.fmcna.com
Location:                   Moses Lake
Base Pay:                   open
Job Closing Date:     03-31-2019
How to apply:            Email and Website
Job Title:                   Registered Nurse – Student Loan Repayment Assistance Available

Job Description/Qualification
The registered professional nurse (CAP RN 1) position is an entry level designation into the Clinical Advancement Program for Registered Nurses. The CAP RN 1 is accountable and responsible for the provision and coordination of clinically competent care including assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation for an assigned group of patients.

Responsibilities
As a member of the Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) health care team, the CAP RN 1 participates in decision-making, teaching, leadership functions, and quality improvement activities that enhance patient care outcomes and facility operations

Basic Requirements
EDUCATION:
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing.
Current appropriate state licensure.
Must meet the practice requirements in the state in which he or she is employed.

EXPERIENCE AND REQUIRED SKILLS:
Entry level for RNs with less than 2 years of nephrology nursing experience within the last two years or for RNs with a BSN and less than 1 year of nephrology nursing experience within the last two years.
Successful completion of FKC Education and Training requirements for new employees.
Successful completion and maintenance of CPR BLS Certification.
Meet all conditions of employment including Ishihara’s Color Blindness Test.
Successful completion of all annual required education/training/competencies.
Successful completion of on-going training and education as assigned or required

Preferred Requirements
Minimum of 9 months experience as a Registered Nurse (preferred).
Chronic hemodialysis experience (preferred).

02/20/2018 Camp Fire Camp Staff, Coeur d’Alene, ID closes 03/19/2019

Company Name

Camp Fire Inland Northwest

Contact Person

Poppy White

Phone

5097476191

Email

pwhite@campfireinc.org

Website Address

524 N Mullan Rd, Suite 102

Job Title

Summer Camp Staff

Job Description/Qualification

Love working with kids? Enjoy the outdoors? Come to Camp Sweyolakan and change lives this summer! You can’t get more magical than our boat-access only camp located on 300 acres on scenic Lake Coeur d’Alene in North Idaho and you can spend your summer there.

Working at a summer camp is a great resume builder! Working in the camp environment cultivates…

Oral Communication Skills – You will be required to communicate effectively with people at every level of the organizations – campers, fellow staff, camp directors, and parents. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving – You will be challenged to think on your feet to resolve a myriad of issues from the health and safety of children to how to get 6-10 campers to make it to a meal on time. Interpersonal and Leadership Skills – You will model professionalism and compassion by managing a group of campers, while contributing to the growth and development of each individual participant. Collaborative Skills – You will receive on-the-ground, practical, real life training in how to work with a team and help build the culture of your camp community. Creativity – You will develop innovative and fun ways to engage an audience of two to 200 and implement alternate plans when faced with unexpected changes to the daily routine.

Salary includes room, board, and free use of laundry facilities (including laundry detergent).

Full job description with salary information available at https://www.campfireinc.org/page/employment

Responsibilities

Various positions available; see https://www.campfireinc.org/page/employment for all job descriptions.

Basic Requirements

General requirements of all staff include: Current CPR and first aid certifications (may obtain during staff training); plan, participate in, and evaluate the program designed for individual campers, small groups, and unit groups, and all-camp activities that will follow the Camp Fire philosophy of camping and the objectives of Camp Sweyolakan; visual, physical and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards related to the camp setting; abide by health and safety rules to ensure well-being of campers and staff at all times; prepare the necessary reports, inventories, and records as assigned; plan for and carry out the care and maintenance of the equipment and facilities assigned; know the basic facts about the program of Camp Fire; display a willingness to accept a reasonable share of camp responsibilities, and other duties as assigned; be responsible for table in the Dining Hall, providing adequate supervision and follow Dining Hall procedures; responsibly carry out bus and boat duty, as needed; prepare for and participate in the meetings and conferences of the staff; bring complaints or problems directly to Assistant Camp Director or Camp Director; be on time and participate in camp events, activities and meals; abide by established procedures and policies covered during staff training, in Sweyolakan Employee Practices and Guidelines, and Code of Conduct; ability to assist campers and staff in emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury). Ability to communicate and work with groups participating (age and skill levels), and provide necessary instruction to campers and staff; ability to observe and evaluate appropriate camper behavior, to enforce safety regulations and emergency procedures, and to apply appropriate behavior management techniques; possess the strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.

Preferred Requirements

Various positions available; see https://www.campfireinc.org/page/employment for all job descriptions.

Location

Coeur d’Alene, ID

Base Pay

varies based on position

Job Closing Date

03-19-2019

How would you like to be contacted

Email

02/20/2018 Seed Technician–Othello area closes 02/28/2019

Company Name        Bayer (legacy Monsanto)

Contact Person          Melania Recine

Phone                         4016421720

Email                          monsanto@nc3.com

Location                     Othello, WA

Base Pay                     Competitive

Job Closing Date       02-28-2019

How to apply             Email

Job Title                     Seed Technician – Othello, WA (Multiple Opportunities)

Job Description/Qualification

Bayer is looking for highly-motivated Seed Technicians for our row crops seed production site in Othello, WA. In this position, you will report to a Production Manager. As a Seed Technician, you will be involved in all facets of seed production. Unlike a traditional manufacturing role, you will experience a variety of responsibilities throughout the growing season. You will be expected to work a rotating shift schedule including nights and weekends as required during peak seasons. In this position, you will work closely with other team members to identify ways to improve our processes. We are looking for employees who are passionate about maintaining the highest standards in the industry for safety, stewardship compliance, seed quality, cost, and supply reliability. This is an opportunity to work in an environment where your ideas are heard and you’re encouraged to grow personally and professionally. At Bayer, we are committed to recruiting and developing great employees through our team-oriented culture that encourages creativity, decision-making, and entrepreneurial spirit.

Bayer successfully completed the acquisition of Monsanto in June 2018, bringing together Monsanto’s leadership in seeds and plant traits with Bayer’s leadership in chemical and biological crop protection. By joining forces, we will create even more extensive career opportunities for talent around the world. We’re a global team working to shape agriculture through breakthrough innovation that will benefit farmers, consumers, and our planet.

While we are now Bayer, we will continue to hire using separate career sites until we can integrate our career platforms. We invite you to explore the career opportunities available at the combined company by visiting advancingtogether.com/careers.

Responsibilities

Operate equipment in the production sites and leveraging real-time data to maximize existing procedures. Perform preventive maintenance and inspections; troubleshooting problems associated with equipment, processes, and systems as needed.

Perform Site Responsible Researcher (SRR) duties ensuring adherence to stewardship processes and protocols that are completed accurately and timely. This includes field monitoring, grower communication, and documentation of activities.

Support areas across the plant in driving the adoption of continuous improvement practices and programs (5S, Lean, Six Sigma) conducive to an organized and clean work environment. Utilize Focused Improvement (e.g., 5WHYs) techniques to initiate process and standard work improvements.

Provide coaching and training to seasonal workforce, area trainees and peers supporting achievement and personal development.

Ensure upstream activities (e.g., field inspection, grower contract) are handled within company standards and business requirements.

Cultivate partnership with key business partners to plant / field operations (e.g., grower network). Use SAP to support administrative procedures, documenting key readings, maintenance orders and production information. Maintain key process documentation (operating, start-up and shut-down procedures; standard work; process flow and instrumentation diagrams; etc.).

Demonstrate knowledge of and adherence to Bayer’s Health, Safety, Environment (HSE) and Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) standards (e.g. general shop floor/machine safety and operating procedures).

Comply with internal procedures and support compliance with legal requirements applicable to area activities.

Participate and prepare to lead Daily Direction Setting (DDS) meetings as needed; articulating shift objectives and allocating resources accordingly across all active production areas.

Support and maintain metrics and relevant information on current Visual Management boards to drive teamwork and facilitate shift change over.

Ability to lift a minimum of 60 lbs. (a bag of seed) and have a valid driver’s license.

Basic Requirements

High School Diploma or GED Basic knowledge of IT (Internet, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, or facilities with systems) Valid driver’s license Ability to lift a minimum of 60 lbs. (a bag of seed)

Preferred Requirements

Advanced education including Technical, Associate’s, or Bachelor’s degree Intermediate computer skills with experience using of SAP and PLC 3+ years manufacturing experience, with experience in chemical or row crop manufacturing Previous experience working in a manufacturing environment with a 24/7 rotating shift schedule, including overtime as needed

02/20/2018 Summer Camp Counselor, Leavenworth Closes 07/01/2019

Company Name:       Camp Fire NCW & Camp Zanika

Contact Person:        Alexis Blessing

Phone:                        509-663-1609

Email:                         camp1@nwi.net

Location:                   Leavenworth

Base Pay:                   1800-3000 for the summer, includes meals and housing. FLSA 13(3)(a)

Job Closing Date:     07-01-2019

How to apply:            Email

Job Title:                   Summer Camp Staff – Wenatchee National Forest

Job Description/Qualification

Spend the summer living and working in Washington State’s beautiful Wenatchee National Forest. Camp Zanika Lache a traditional co-ed residential summer camp, located on the shores of Lake Wenatchee, is hiring for its summer 2019 staff. At Camp Zanika we provided an amazing weeklong experience for children ages 5-17.

Our diverse staff of 40 college aged individuals, from all over the world, come together to make a positive difference in the lives of the campers we serve, creating memories that last a lifetime. We are hiring dedicated hardworking leaders that can handle the challenging camp environment, take initiative, put kids first, and enjoy being outdoors. Working at Camp Zanika is an amazing opportunity to gain useful skills, meet great people and have fun out of doors. Staff have the opportunity to learn and develop new skills, gain professional job experience, and take part in a comprehensive job training, while being given support and feedback.

Camp Zanika provides competitive salary (varies with position), room and board, staff shirts, and a truly amazing life experience with memories and friends that will last a life time. Jobs available include; Lifeguards, Archery instructor, Naturalist, Arts and Crafts Instructor, Ropes Course Instructor, Waterfront Director, Trip and Travel Director, Male & Female Counselors, Unit Coordinator, Asst. Directors, Asst. Cook, Volunteer Nurse and Chef.

Responsibilities

Staff are responsible for the car and safety of campers

Basic Requirements

All employees must have at least one year college experience and basic first aid training. Lifeguard, Waterfront Director, Archery Instructor, Ropes Course Instructor, Trip and Travel Director, and Nurse must all have the appropriate training and certification. All chef applicants must have experience cooking for 50+

Preferred Requirements

Child care and camping experience is preferred but not required.

02/20/2018 Youth Development Professional, Part-Time / 20 hrs per week Open until filled

Boys and Girls Club of the Columbia Basin Job Title:                            Youth Development Professional (YDP) Supervisor:                         Program Director Work Site Location:        McGraw Clubhouse Hours per week:               Part-Time (20 hours per week)—great for college student!! Working Hours:                Generally will be Monday-Friday between 2:30pm and 6:30pm Job Summary: YDP primary responsibilities involve providing a positing place for member interaction while developing and maintain positive relationships with club members. Plan, Implement, Supervise, and Evaluate activities provided within a specific program area, such as: Game Room, Arts and Crafts, Education Center, Computer Room, and Gym/Outside. Skills and Knowledge High School Diploma or GED OR Experience working with children Ability to be flexible and adaptable Ability to plan and implement quality programs for youth Ability to organize and supervise members (children) in a safe environment Ability to motivate youth and manage behavior problems Working Conditions YDP shall spend time at his/her assigned Clubhouse with responsibilities for an assigned area, in order to provide quality programs and activities for club members. Working hours may vary depending on activities and events.  When needed, the position may be assigned as a floater instead of a specific location. Job Functions: Create an environment that facilitates the achievement of Youth Development Outcomes Run programs and activities that promote and stimulate member participation Register new members and participate in their club orientation process Monitor and evaluate programs, services, and activities to ensure member safety, program quality and Clubhouse appearance Additional Duties Ensure a productive work environment by participating in weekly staff meetings and trainings Maintain positive, friendly, and professional interactions with the club employees and cooperating organizations Participation in special events or programs Cleaning assigned areas Some weekend/evening work may be required for special events

02/20/2018 Youth Development Professional, Part-Time/10 hrs per week    Open until filled

Boys and Girls Club of the Columbia Basin Job Title:                            Youth Development Professional (YDP) Supervisor:                         Program Director Work Site Location:        Success Unlimited (After School Programs-Elementary Schools) North, Larson Heights, Longview, Lakeview Terrace, Midway, and Peninsula. Hours per week:               Part-Time (10 hours per week)—great for college student!! Working Hours:                Generally will be Monday-Thursday between 3:15pm and 5:45pm Job Summary: YDP primary responsibilities involve providing a positing place for member interaction while developing and maintain positive relationships with club members. Plan, Implement, Supervise, and Evaluate activities provided within a specific program area, such as: Game Room, Arts and Crafts, Education Center, Computer Room, and Gym/Outside. These programs will be held at one of the Success Unlimited (after school programs in ML elementary schools). Skills and Knowledge High School Diploma or GED OR Experience working with children Ability to be flexible and adaptable Ability to plan and implement quality programs for youth Ability to organize and supervise members (children) in a safe environment Ability to motivate youth and manage behavior problems Working Conditions YDP shall spend time at his/her assigned Clubhouse with responsibilities for an assigned area, in order to provide quality programs and activities for club members. Working hours may vary depending on activities and events.  When needed, the position may be assigned as a floater instead of a specific location. Job Functions: Create an environment that facilitates the achievement of Youth Development Outcomes Run programs and activities that promote and stimulate member participation Register new members and participate in their club orientation process Monitor and evaluate programs, services, and activities to ensure member safety, program quality and Clubhouse appearance Additional Duties Ensure a productive work environment by participating in weekly staff meetings and trainings Maintain positive, friendly, and professional interactions with the club employees and cooperating organizations Participation in special events or programs Cleaning assigned areas Some weekend/evening work may be required for special events

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