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

At this time in-person appointments are available by appointment only.

  • 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
  • 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/Community Events

Community Events

April 22; Moses Lake Children’s Day Community Resources – 3:30-7:30 pm

317 W Broadway Avenue (Parking Lot) Moses lake WA

April 22; Quincy Children’s Day Community Resources – 2:00-6:00 pm

1400 13th Avenue SW (Lauzier Park) Quincy WA

May 12, 2022 Open to the Public

Big Bend Community College and our service district partners will hold the Annual Job and Career Fair. No registration is necessary for job seekers or community visitors.

Also at this time the Big Bend Community Campus follows the WA State guidelines and masking is optional inside our campus buildings

Updates will be posted weekly. You can also follow us on social media for notices.

Job and Career Fair Exhibitors

Job and Career Fair Job Seekers

Hiring Events

May 12, 2022 – Save the date for the annual Job and Career Fair. This is a partnering event with Moses Lake WorkSource/ESD, SkillSource, DSHS, Job Corps, and OIC of Washington.

Also at this time the Big Bend Community Campus follows the WA State guidelines and masking is optional inside our campus buildings

Employers: Registration will open on March 10, 2022. Link updated soon.

Job Seekers: Come prepared and ready to network with a variety of employers.

  • Review the list of participants
  • Update your resume and bring copies with you
  • Use available resources for interview practice
  • Dress professionally, first impressions are important
  • Be courteous and show a positive attitude

Job and Career Fair Exhibitors

Job and Career Fair Job Seekers

On-Campus BBCC Student Job Openings

Jobs listed on this LINK are only open to current BBCC students registered for more than 5 credits
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/bigbend/promotionaljobs

Job Openings-Open to the Public

(CLOSES 10-10-2022) WA State Department of Agriculture: Agricultural Commodity Inspector 3

Contact Person

Cassie McWaid

Phone

(360)742-4697

Email

recruitment@agr.wa.gov

Website Address

www.agr.wa.gov

Location

Othello

Base Pay

40,812.00-53,100.00

Job Closing Date

10-10-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Agricultural Commodity Inspector 3

Job Description/Qualification

The Agricultural Commodity Inspector 3 position inspects and certifies fresh commodities such as potatoes, pears, onions, apples and cherries at shipping point for domestic and foreign markets. This position identifies symptoms of pest and diseases for phytosanitary inspections and issues federal/state documents for the export of fresh commodities. This position reports directly to an Agricultural Commodities Inspector Supervisor (ACIS). This position will perform inspections in Adams County.

Responsibilities

Interprets and applies grade standards while performing inspection procedures for fresh commodities such as potatoes, pears, onions, apples and cherries.
Follows established sampling procedures when marking/pulling and/or obtaining samples.
Properly identify and document various quality and condition defects such as off color, skin breaks, bruising, sutures, decay and rain cracks.
Record detailed accurate inspection information such as sample data into F&V’s FA2LT inspection system or appropriate paper documents.
Determine if product meets country work plan requirements.
Ensures shipping carton markings are complete and accurate.
Enforces state and federal fruit and vegetable laws and regulations.
Reject inspection lots when product is out of tolerance. Issues off grade/condition reports for noncompliant commodities that do not meet Federal/State regulations and follow proper procedures to ensure the product has the proper disposition.
Issue federal-state certificates, shipping documents and other clearance documents for domestic and foreign destinations.
Identify post harvest decay and perform additional inspection protocol.
Conduct on-line quality control for industry participating in the Certificate of Compliance Program, RCW 15-17-143.
Perform general administrative activities such as time records, mileage reimbursements, etc.

Basic Requirements

High school diploma or GED.
Must be able to acquire and maintain a valid driver’s license to travel on agency business.
Must maintain a Federal Commodity Inspection License (FV200) for all commodities within the assigned area.
Must be able to distinguish between certain colors and pass a color blind test.
Must be able to sit and stand for short to long periods of time, bend, twist, stoop, reach overhead, and lift 50 pounds.
Must be able to accommodate varying working schedules to address the needs of industry. Including Rotating or alternate shift schedules, extended shifts, early starts and mandatory overtime as required by the employer.
Must be able to work in industrial and agricultural settings, noisy environments, temperature fluctuations from hot to cold environments (outdoor to refrigerated cold rooms) and inclement weather.

Preferred Requirements

Two years of college level course work with major emphasis in horticulture, agronomy or closely related field
Ability to read, interpret and comprehend federal directives, rules, and regulations, and state and agency policies and procedures.
Ability to communicate clearly verbally and in writing.
Ability to deal tactfully and effectively with customers, stakeholders, and team members.
Must demonstrate good time management skills.
Must be detail oriented.
Ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing.
Regular and reliable work attendance.
Ability to read, interpret, comprehend and follow inspections and methodology in policies, procedures, directives, notices, rules and regulations relating to the position and the industry.
Ability to operate standard inspection equipment- i.e. sizing rings, knives, scales, tablet computer, pressure tester, refractometer and thermometer.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

URL: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/3734679/agricultural-commodity-inspector-3

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(CLOSES 10-28-2022) Sabey Data Centers: Construction Project Manager

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Sabey Data Centers

Contact Person

Marcie Glenn

Phone

(206)241-8906

Email

jobs@anothersource.com

Website Address

https://careers2-anothersource.icims.com/jobs/100829/operations-center-technician-sabey-data-centers/job?mode=job&iis=SOURCE&iisn=BigBend

Location

Issaquah

Base Pay

DOE

Job Closing Date

10-09-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Operations Center Technician

Job Description/Qualification

Another Source’s client, Sabey Corporation, is recruiting an Operations Center Technician to join their team in Quincy, WA. 

Here’s a little about Sabey Corporation and the position they are recruiting for:  

Sabey Corporation is a 45-year-old privately held Seattle based full-service commercial real estate company with an outstanding reputation.  The Company is primarily engaged in data center, office, and industrial property development, construction and operations with ownership in the Pacific Northwest and on the east coast.   

Sabey accredits their 45 years of success to their dedicated team of employees who exemplify Sabey’s strong core values in everything they do. Sabey offers highly competitive wages based on education and work experience. We also offer a competitive benefits program that includes a 401(k) plan, health and dental insurance, voluntary vision, short term disability, life insurance and paid time off. This position located at the company’s headquarters in South Seattle/Tukwila. 

JOB SUMMARY:   

The Operations Center Technician will be responsible for customer and data center operations support. This role operates in a 24/7 environment which requires flexibility to work any shift. The Operations Center Technician provides customer remote hands support as requested, with timely communication. This position also provides back-up to the dedicated Sabey Operations Centers, located on the east and west coast.   

The Operations Center Technician reports to the Operations Center Supervisor, is a part of the Operations Services team and supports the Sabey Data Center Operations department.   

This person will be a self-starter and must demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills. 

Responsibilities

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:  

Perform customer remote services, including:  
Perform remote hands services as requested by customers  
Timely customer communication  
Manage and document customer requests  
Provide customer reports as requested  
Operations Center support:  
Uses monitoring applications in conjunction with ticketing systems to support customers and data center operations teams.  
Responsive interaction with operations teams for customer notifications.  
Continual observation and monitoring of data center systems.  
Conduct triage and provide Level 1 support for trouble calls.  
Monitor maintenance activities and provide notifications.   
Provide support for a variety of projects within the data center.  
Develop and maintain operational process and procedures.  
Follow documented processes and procedures and suggest changes and improvements.  
Embody Sabey core values  
Ensure operations center meets or exceeds goals and objectives.  
Drive opportunities for operation center to provide additional services for external and internal customers 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 

Ability to lift up to 80 pounds and operate a variety of hand and power tools   
Ability to interface with technology and operate a computer   
Ability to work flexible support hours, overtime, nights, and weekends 

Basic Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

High School Diploma or GED  
Some background in Information Technology (IT) 

Preferred Requirements

MINIMUM COMPETENCIES: 

Advanced knowledge of the English language – must be able to demonstrate strong written and oral comprehension and expression   
Excellent written and verbal communication skills  
Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail  
Strong critical thinking skills  
Must be able to manage risk and resources  
Strong interpersonal and managerial skills – must be able to communicate effectively, delegate tasks, problem solve, and manage personnel  
Ability to interface with technology and operate a computer; proficiency with the Microsoft Suite  
Ability to learn other software and systems, including customer relationship management software. 

To learn more about Sabey, take a look:  

https://sabey.com/  

https://twitter.com/sabey 

Sabey Corporation and its affiliates require all new hires, as a condition of employment, to produce evidence that they are fully immunized against COVID-19 or submit a bona fide medical or religious exemption for not being fully immunized against COVID-19, which will be subject to approval by the Company.  Candidates will be required to comply with this requirement in order to be eligible to advance in an open search. 

EEO Policy Statement: Sabey Corporation and its subsidiaries, including Sabey Data Centers and Sabey Construction, are equal opportunity employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status such as age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religion, or national origin. 

If you need further assistance and/or accommodations to apply, please contact the Sabey Human Resources Department at (206) 277-5247 or by email at maxsch@sabey.com.   

Another Source works with their clients, on a retained project basis, to maximize the recruiting process.  We are committed to building inclusive candidate pools as we partner with hiring teams. As you read through the job posting and review the list of qualifications (required and/or preferred), please do not self-select out if you feel you do not meet every qualification. No one is 100% qualified. We encourage you to apply and share your story with us.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Please apply using this link: https://careers2-anothersource.icims.com/jobs/100829/operations-center-technician-sabey-data-centers/job?mode=job&iis=SOURCE&iisn=BigBend

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(CLOSES 11-30-2022) Altera/NLAG Upward Bound Math Science: Site Lead UBMS Program

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Altera/NLAG Upward Bound Math Science

Contact Person

Jeanette Kinlichinii

Phone

(509)910-3644

Email

jkinlichinii@nlagroup.com

Location

Quincy WA

Base Pay

22.00

Job Closing Date

11-30-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Site Lead UBMS Program

Job Description/Qualification

Title: Site Lead
Location: Quincy High School
Department: ALTERA/NLA Group — Upward Bound Math Science Program
Reports to: Jeanette Kinlichinii, Program Director
Term: This contract is part-time: 12 hours a week for a 9 month school year; plus limited
summer hours transporting students for summer STEM programs.

Wage: $22.00 per hour

Effective Date: The contract is effective October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023
(Yearly renewal based on continued UBMS funding.)

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree or 1 year experience working with high school students.
• Degree or work experience with math, science, computer science or STEM fields is preferred.
• A combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted for the education requirement.
• Prior experience working with students and families from diverse backgrounds.
• Familiarity with secure record keeping and database management
• Proficiency using standard computer programs (WORD, EXCEL, email and data input software)
• Teaching or training experience highly desirable.
• Conversational Spanish language is a benefit.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities:
• Provide oversight for 12-16 students each year in afterschool, and monthly Saturday sessions.

  • Promote services to target community – help to recruit students into UBMS Program.
  • Assist students to prepare for post-secondary education including
    o studying for and scheduling college entrance exams
    o complete college admission and financial aid applications
    o engage in STEM career exploration
    o receipt of academic tutoring in core subjects.
  • Coordinate and facilitate monthly workshops for students to gain skills and knowledge in areas of STEM careers, leadership, character development, financial literacy, lifelong learning, cultural diversity, transfer and articulation agreements, career planning, and college preparation.
  • Supervise students in summer programming and Saturday Academies designed or provided by the Project Director including field trips through the year and in the summer, including assisting with student transportation during summer programming.
  • Facilitating transportation to a common site to meet up

Abilities: Successful candidates must be able to:
• Communicate and interact collegially with high school students, teachers and administrators in both written and oral forms.
• Advise and mentor high school students to make purposeful progress to achieving a completed college degree.
• Travel on occasion for programmatic and professional development purposes.
• Work under pressure to meet timelines and deadlines.

Basic Requirements

1-year experience working within the educational field.

Preferred Requirements

BA/BS STEaM Education

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Send email to jkinlichinii@nlagroup.com or contact UBMS Program Director at (509) 910-3644

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(CLOSES 10-14-2022) Consolidated Disposal Services, Inc: Transfer State Scale House Operator

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Consolidated Disposal Services, Inc. 91-1043946

Contact Person

Michael Dietrich

Phone

(509)754-2468

Email

michael@cdsidd.com

Website Address

www.cdsidd.com

Location

Moses Lake

Base Pay

$16.00/hr

Job Closing Date

10-14-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Transfer State Scale House Operator

Job Description/Qualification

The scale house operator is responsible for helping to maintain the day-to-day operation and
administrative duties associated with operation of the scale(s) and office assistant functions.

High school diploma or equivalent.
· Experience in a previous position that required the handling of cash and balancing cash
and/or receipts.
· Service Oriented
· Time Management
· Experience operating a PC
· Dependable, mature attitude

Responsibilities

Monitor all inbound and outbound traffic and operate all scale house operator functions.
· Ensures that trucks are properly positioned on scales for accurate weights.
· Communicate professionally with drivers and management.
· Must be able to work in a high paced environment while accurately gathering information
and producing accurate tickets and weights
· Provide prompt and courteous service to all customers.
· Inspect loads and query drivers as required. Enter load information and customer/truck
information into computer and operate computerized truck scale to determine weight of
load.
· Instruct the drivers to the appropriate unloading area.
· Redirect loads based upon load contents; specifically,
· Operate computer to process proper charges to be assigned for each load, and generate
weight ticket on printer.
· File weight tickets for each load, record and secure receipts, and maintain records of all
incoming/outgoing loads that cross the scales.
· Complete daily scale/receipt reports, and maintain logs, spreadsheets and other reports,
as assigned.
· Maintain the cleanliness of the work area.

Basic Requirements

Integrity – Job requires being honest and ethical.
· Dependability – Job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling
obligations
· Initiative – Job requires a willingness to take on responsibilities and challenges.
· Self-Control – Job requires maintaining composure, keeping emotions in check,
controlling anger, and avoiding aggressive behavior, even in very difficult situations.

Preferred Requirements

  • Stress Tolerance – Job requires accepting criticism and dealing calmly and effectively
    with high stress situations
    · Attention to Detail – Job requires being careful about detail and thorough in completing
    work tasks.
    · Independence – Job requires developing one’s own ways of doing things, guiding oneself
    with little or no supervision, and depending on oneself to get things done.
    · Cooperation – Job requires being pleasant with others on the job and displaying a good-
    natured, cooperative attitude.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Application can be downloaded for print at: www.cdsidd.com/employment

Mail:
CDSI
Attn: Michael Dietrich
PO Box 1154
Ephrata, WA 98823

Fax: (509) 754-3173

Drop off:
Ephrata Office: (M-F; 8-4p)
2370 Basin Street SW
Ephrata, WA 98823
OR:
Transfer Station:
9524 Road 7 NE
Moses Lake, WA 98823

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(CLOSES 10-1-2022) Les Schwab Tire Center: Automotive Tire Service Technician

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Les Schwab Tire Center

Contact Person

Dan Edwards

Phone

(541)550-6535

Email

Dan.R.Edwards@lesschwab.com

Website Address

https://www.lesschwab.com/careers

Location

Moses Lake

Base Pay

16.90/hr

Job Closing Date

10-01-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Automotive Tire Service Technician

Job Description/Qualification

No experience necessary–we will train you!

$16-$22/hour DOE

Automotive Sales and Service Tire Technician Benefits

Profit-sharing bonus
FREE medical, dental, vision for employee
Company-funded retirement plan – NO COST TO EMPLOYEE
Paid time off
Short- and long-term disability
Employee discount
Tuition Assistance

Why work for Les Schwab? Our focus is on building people:

Our benefits package is one of the best in the industry.
Tuition Assistance Program
We have excellent training programs
We only promote managers from within;
We love the communities we’re in and proudly support local organizations in the communities we serve.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. If you need a reasonable accommodation to complete this application, please contact the manager at the location where you are applying.

Responsibilities

Tire installation and maintenance;
Repairing, rotating, and inflating tires;
Attaching and rebalancing wheels;
Calibrating TPMS;
Testing and installing batteries;
Assisting other employees; and
Test-driving vehicles; and operating service vehicles to perform offsite and emergency road services.

Basic Requirements

Valid driver’s license
Submit and Pass Background and Drug Screen

Preferred Requirements

General knowledge in automotive and customer service experience a plus.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Apply Online directly at: https://lesschwab.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Stores/details/Tire-Technician—Moses-Lake-South–WA–436_R-07348-1?q=436

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(CLOSES 12-31-2022) EarthGen: Bilingual Education Coordinator- Columbia Basin

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

EarthGen

Contact Person

Cameron Foy

Phone

(808)295-4659

Email

cameron.foy@earthgenwa.org

Website Address

https://earthgenwa.org/

Location

Columbia Basin

Base Pay

$53,000

Job Closing Date

12-31-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Bilingual Education Coordinator- Columbia Basin

Job Description/Qualification

In this new role, the Bilingual Education Coordinator – Columbia Basin will help develop, and implement EarthGen’s outreach and programming, while offering guidance and support to students, teachers, and school administrators in the Columbia Basin region. The focus of this position is to engage and support educators and students in EarthGen’s programs, with a specific emphasis on bilingual environmental education, including migrant and native education. Guided by EarthGen’s organizational values of equity and collaboration, the Bilingual Education Coordinator – Columbia Basin will help build a local network of school and community partners to create new learning opportunities for K-12 audiences with an emphasis on black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) students.

Responsibilities

School Outreach and Direct Classroom Support

  • Creatively and compassionately communicate with students, teachers, school administrators, and community partners by email, phone, and in person to support successful engagement with EarthGen programs.
  • Plan and facilitate trainings, workshops, and other events for teachers, students, school leaders, and community partners virtually and in-person.
  • Provide on-the-ground support to classrooms (i.e., modeling lessons and activities, leading students on pollinator scavenger hunts) and equipping students and teachers with the tools necessary to take action in their schools and communities.
  • Recognize and award EarthGen program participants and community partners for their efforts.
  • Gather success stories of program participants to be spotlighted in organizational newsletters, reports, local news outlets.

Relationship Building and Partnership Development

  • Build new partnerships and strengthen established relationships in school communities in Eastern Washington, especially in the Columbia Basin.
  • Seek and identify potential agency, nonprofit, and other local partners that can support EarthGen’s goals and steward participant engagement.
  • Identify potential cultural and place-based connections to EarthGen programs.

Community Events Support

  • Recruit event attendees and coordinate event logistics, such as registration, pre- and post- event communication, and materials management.
  • Represent EarthGen at community events, participate in stakeholder meetings, and assist with fundraising activities as needed.

Data Management and Maintenance

  • Contribute to program evaluation activities by deploying tools, collecting data, synthesizing results, and highlighting student learner stories.
  • Use Salesforce to track program engagement and outputs, strategizing effective outreach that prioritize communities with the greatest opportunity gaps.

EarthGen is a small organization, and all employees are expected to perform tasks outside of their job description from time to time.

Basic Requirements

Passion for EarthGen’s mission and a commitment to equity and environmental justice.
Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, education, or related field; OR equivalent experience.
Deep working knowledge of effective collaboration with Eastern Washington communities including, but not limited to, bilingual, migrant, native, and BIPOC communities.
Fluency in Spanish.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Self-directed and organized, with attention to detail.
High emotional intelligence, with a demonstrated ability to collaborate with and learn from people from different backgrounds.
Flexibility and interest in working in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
Ability to travel in Washington state.

Preferred Requirements

Professional training in equity and social justice.
Knowledge of and experience working with K-12 schools.
Established relationships with eastern Washington communities, especially migrant and Hispanic/Latinx communities, Columbia Basin connections a plus.
Working knowledge of the current K-12 standards including but not limited to the Next Generation Science Standards, WA State Environmental and Sustainability Education Standards, current pedagogies around culturally responsive teaching, and curricula used in the state like Since Time Immemorial.
Experience public speaking with diverse populations from urban settings to rural communities.
Tech savvy, especially with Microsoft Office and online meeting platforms like Zoom; Salesforce experience a plus.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume as one document in Word or PDF format and title it “Bilingual Education Coordinator_Your Last Name.” In your cover letter, outline 1) your experience with the requirements listed above and 2) why you are a good fit for this position. Please specify if you are applying for the full-time or part-time opportunity. Email all materials to hr@earthgenwa.org with the subject line “Bilingual Education Coordinator _Your Last Name.” Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the job announcement will remain open until filled.

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(CLOSES 11-30-2022) Developmental Disabilities Administration: Direct Support Professional

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Developmental Disabilities Administration

Contact Person

Jeanne Whalen

Phone

(360)790-8130

Email

jeanne.whalen@dshs.wa.gov

Website Address

1006 College St SE

Location

Various

Base Pay

Varies

Job Closing Date

11-30-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Direct Support Professional

Job Description/Qualification

Provide assistance designed to maximize independent living skills for individuals, meal preparation, leisure skills, community awareness, safety, money management and routine household duties
Teach and assist residents with daily living activities such as routine physical, social, emotional, rehabilitative skill development activities and with choices to self-determine their daily lives to the best of their abilities
Provide personal care that includes hygiene, dressing and grooming for persons of both genders
Provide other resident support services, such as transporting and escorting persons to and from various activities and appointments, eating and shopping
Provide protective intervention with residents who have behavioral challenges
Observe, document and report physical, medical and behavioral changes
Assist with medical and behavioral emergencies; provide health, safety, security and protection from abuse or neglect

Responsibilities

Direct Support Professionals support individuals to be as independent as possible assist them to conduct daily tasks such as:
Going to community activities with the client
Self-advocacy
Building relationships
Shopping
Menu planning and cooking
Medication management
Take them to medical appointments
Personal hygiene
Life Skills
Daily living activities

Basic Requirements

Professionals with High school graduation or GED. Training for the job can be provided

Preferred Requirements

Effective verbal communication skills
Strong work ethic
Emotional intelligence
Collaborative
Maintain confidentiality
Able to work holidays, weekends, or extended hours with short notice
Experience working with developmentally disabled individuals is desirable

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Go to this website – https://fortress.wa.gov/dshs/adsaapps/lookup/ResCareInfo/
Find the county to work
Reach out directly to Supported Living agencies, in that area and ask about current or upcoming opportunities to work as a Direct Support Professional.

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(CLOSES 12-02-2022) Mechanical Sales INC: HVAC Startup/Service Tech

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Mechanical Sales, Inc. Fed ID: 91-0927407

Contact Person

Christian Cintron

Phone

(206)330-2260

Email

ccintron@mechanicalsales.com

Website Address

mechanicalsales.com

Location

Seattle

Base Pay

50,000

Job Closing Date

12-01-2030

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

HVAC Startup/Service Tech

Job Description/Qualification

Mechanical Sales Inc is searching for technicians for our Seattle based Headquarters in Georgetown. We are looking for employees who are hardworking and self-reliant. The ideal candidate is a recent graduate of a technical program here in the Pacific Northwest. Your training will include onsite visits, manufacturers supplied education, and work alongside our experienced techs. MSI has been representing mechanical heating and cooling equipment since 1971. We take pride in being involved with every step of the process. Not only do we sell our equipment, but we also start up and commission them as well. This is where you come in. Our job as Start Up and Service Techs is to support the equipment once it is installed. We are there to ensure install equipment performs correctly for their system. Once completed, we will keep the equipment running for years. This is a position for someone who wants to learn and take pride in what they do. Confidence and communication are requirements of the job to build relationships. Being flexible in problem-solving to navigate resources, or where to find answers.

Essential Duties:
– Perform Start up on Equipment Represented by MSI.
– Provide warranty assistance on equipment sold
– Complex technical equipment is supplied (personal hand tools required)
– Perform annual service and maintenance on all equipment contracted.
– Assist remotely with issues the customer or contractor may have in the installation and service process.
– This job occasionally requires some heavy lifting.
– Work Independently, task orientated

Education:
– Has an O6A electrical license or has an O6A Trainee Card. (or able to get one in a reasonable amount of time)
– AAS in HVAC/R or equivalent experience (preferred but not required)
– Has a Universal Refrigerant license (preferred but not required)
Benefits:
– Detailed Training
– 401K
– Vacation
– Medical, Dental, Vision
– Competitive Salary
– Weekends off
– Paid Holidays&Sick Leave
– Career growth

Please submit your Resume through Handshake, LinkedIn, our website, or email MSI at employment@mechanicalsales.com

Thank You,

Responsibilities

Essential Duties:
– Perform Start up on Equipment Represented by MSI.
– Provide warranty assistance on equipment sold
– Complex technical equipment is supplied (personal hand tools required)
– Perform annual service and maintenance on all equipment contracted.
– Assist remotely with issues the customer or contractor may have in the installation and service process.
– This job occasionally requires some heavy lifting.
– Work Independently, task orientated

Basic Requirements

Mechanically Inclined
Drivers license

Preferred Requirements

Education:
– Has an O6A electrical license or has an O6A Trainee Card. (or able to get one in a reasonable amount of time)
– AAS in HVAC/R or equivalent experience (preferred but not required)
– Has a Universal Refrigerant license (preferred but not required)

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Please submit your Resume through Handshake, LinkedIn, our website, or email MSI at employment@mechanicalsales.com

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(CLOSES 10-11-2022) Empire Health Foundation: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT MANAGER

Empire Health Foundation 263375286

Contact Person

Rebecca Johnston

Phone

(509)309-3447

Email

rebeccaj@empirehealthfoundation.org

Website Address

https://www.empirehealthfoundation.org/

Location

Adams County

Base Pay

$69,496 – $81,760

Job Closing Date

10-11-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT MANAGER

Job Description/Qualification

We are looking for an individual to join our team who has a passion for community engagement and organizing. This is a Full Time, temporary position, lasting approximately 18 months. This role will work in Adams County, WA. The person in this role must live in Washington state.

The Community Engagement Manager will be an active participant within an Empire Health Foundation (EHF) team who is committed to a holistic understanding that true health comes from within communities, from thriving families, strong social networks, and from a deeper kind of healing. This healing must address historical injustices and persistent inequities that lead to substantial and sustainable change that draws from cultural strengths of the communities we serve.

As members of the Program Team, we engage in centering our work around the needs of the unique communities within EHF’s service area of seven counties and three Tribal Nations in eastern Washington. We are committed to holding space for communities to imagine the lives they want together, connect to see and be seen in ways that change us, reflect communities’ strength as they do their work, hold power responsible as communities rise up, and link moments of possibility with community action. As team members of EHF, we listen deeply, build connections, work to transform barriers, lift up opportunities, and work to increase momentum in communities towards true healing.

The Community Engagement Manager will be focused on developing and supporting relationships with communities in Empire Health Foundation’s impact region. The Community Engagement Manager will build a sustainable organizing program by increasing, diversifying, and activating EHF community engagement to promote community-determined initiatives in targeted communities. The Community Engagement Manager will be focused on outreach and relationship-building with the Latinx community

in Adams County, WA, as well as with other communities being centered with the Equity Healing Framework.

This position will work closely with EHF’s Program team to achieve objectives in alignment with the Foundation’s current Equity Healing Framework. This position is part of a team that provides support for equitable community participation strategies to build effective relationships with the community and other stakeholders. These responsibilities include community organizing, identifying engagement and outreach opportunities, and conducting outreach to engage community groups and members with EHF’s work. The position requires frequent work and travel in/to Adams County, WA.

Responsibilities

  • Coordinate and conduct community outreach efforts with community members and groups in target communities, specifically the Latinx community in Adams County, WA and the other communities being centered with the Equity Healing Framework.
  • Plan, coordinate, and facilitate individualized engagement in communities in order to understand community concerns, strengths, and priorities.
  • Develop and carry out targeted community outreach strategy.
  • Engage with allied community groups to identify opportunities for collaboration and seek out meaningful ways for individuals to engage at all levels in community-based work and issues.
  • Provide community members with information, guidance, and assistance and coordinate efforts to familiarize communities with EHF’s mission and programmatic work.
  • Organize and maintain network of community organizations partnering with EHF.
  • Facilitate community forums in order to develop informed and collaborative community-focused plans.
  • Manage and maintain database of all current and active community interest and engagement efforts, and track and maintain data on community participation.
  • Maintain ongoing communication with participants of our community engagement efforts to ensure deliverables are met, to track progress and to gather feedback.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Basic Requirements

Work Experience

  • At least three years of experience conducting outreach with diverse populations.
  • At least 3 years of experience with community organizing.

Preferred Requirements

Skills & Abilities

  • Deep commitment to equity and social justice, and strong alignment with the Foundation’s organizational mission and values.
  • Demonstrated ability to cultivate relationships and work effectively and respectfully with politically, ideologically, culturally, and geographically diverse people and communities.
  • Demonstrated success working in partnership with community organizations.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with proven ability to engage diverse audiences – individually and in groups.
  • Fluency in Spanish.
  • Possess understanding of the foundational role that racism, ableism, sexism and other forms of bias and oppression play in perpetuating inequity.
  • Strong verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills combined with the ability to listen deeply and authentically.
  • Excellent project management and organizational skills with demonstrated success managing multiple projects and priorities in a team-based environment.
  • Humility and curiosity, and an understanding of how these qualities are connected to success in this role.
  • Demonstrated capacity for self-reflection.
  • Ability to participate in meetings and events outside of core business hours.
  • Ability to travel often between EHF office and Adams County, WA with reliable means of transportation.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Candidates may submit their cover letter and resume to Rebecca Johnston at rebeccaj@empirehealthfoundation.org.

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(CLOSES 12-31-2022) Moses Lake Realty Group: Office Assistant

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Heidi Van Diest – Moses Lake Realty Group

Contact Person

Rhonda Mccall

Phone

(206)766-9728

Email

Rhondamccall@realtyagent.com

Website Address

www.linkedin.com

Location

537 W Broadway Ave, Moses Lake, WA 98837

Base Pay

$18/20 per hour

Job Closing Date

12-31-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Office assistant/clerk

Job Description/Qualification

We need a highly motivated and organized individual to help facilitate the everyday duties of a real estate, as a part-time Office Assistant. The hours are 15 to 20hrs weekly and the compensation is $18/20 per hour.

Responsibilities

YOUR DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITY are Managing files,Updating paperwork and Answering phone calls and you will be working remotely

Basic Requirements

-Communication. You can listen and say information clearly when you speak or write

-Handling incoming phone calls.

-Updating paperwork and other documents.

Preferred Requirements

Ability to work independently combined with excellent interpersonal skills

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Interested candidates should forward their resume and cover letter

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(CLOSES 1-30-2023) Moses Lake Community Health Center: Director of Nursing Services

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Moses Lake Community Health Center

Contact Person

Tasha Gallaway

Phone

(509)764-6101

Email

tgallaway@mlchc.org

Website Address

605 Coolidge St

Location

Moses Lake

Base Pay

106,400

Job Closing Date

01-30-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Director of Nursing Services

Job Description/Qualification

Sign-on bonus of $5,000 upon the completion of 90 day introductory period.

Moses Lake Community Health Center (MLCHC) is seeking an experienced Registered Nurse to fill our Director of Nursing Services Position. The Director of Nursing Services embraces responsibility and accountability for the planning and execution of the clinical, quality improvement, financial, and operational activities of all Moses Lake Community Health Center medical departments. The Director of Nursing Services supervises the Medical Staffing Coordinator, Inventory Clerk, Nurses, and Medical Assistant Supervisors of all MLCHC medical departments. 

Responsibilities

Oversees financial and operational activities of all Moses Lake Community Health Center medical departments
Ensures up-to-date, safe, and quality care provided by the nurses and medical assistants.
Collaborates with others in coordinating clinical operational activities to meet organization objectives and improve workflow efficiency.
Develops and manages programs that are compliant with state and federal regulations (e.g. Employee Health, Post Exposure, Infection Control Program)
Proactively provides leadership to staff to promote a respectful, safe, and positive work environment
Actively contributes to the leadership forum to promote the exchange of information amongst leaders and departments
Ensures that current policies and procedures are updated for accuracy and relevance
Manages department human resources functions
Demonstrates adherence and support of the MLCHC mission, vision, goals policies, and procedures of MLCHC
Provides excellent service and support to all members of the MLCHC team
Understands and retains focus on strategic goals and communicates them effectively to staff
Efficiently manages expenses of the department adhering to Finance guidelines
Actively participates in Quality Improvement efforts

Responsibilities

Performance of the duties and responsibilities of the job requires the equivalent of formal training in Nursing, usually in the form of a major in nursing as part of a bachelor’s degree program
Registered Nurse in the State of Washington
Ability to read and speak Spanish and /or Russian preferred but not required
Travel between work sites required. Must have reliable transportation and provide documentation of auto insurance and valid driver’s license as required
Ability to effectively communicate their point-of-view, conclusions, or analysis of information
Ability to effectively listen, empathize and pursue problem-solving with co-workers to resolve mild conflicts or disagreements
Ability to effectively use strategies for diffusing conflict in communicating with patients or others who are upset
Ability to coach others toward resolving conflict or coming to solutions from  conflicted positions
Participates actively and constructively in meetings to ask questions, express own ideas, and advance solutions
Ability to bring up a discussion and gain input or feedback from others in a team setting, e.g., huddle or meeting
Ability to prepare and deliver communication/presentations effectively to large groups
Advanced organizational skills to manage extended or multi-function projects or departments within the organization
Able to anticipate and re-prioritize work in response to changes in circumstances
Ability to work independently and collaboratively as a member of a team to accomplish tasks
Ability to generate new options for addressing problems and achieving desired outcomes
Ability to adjust effectively to changing work assignments or changes in work processes
Ability to learn new information and apply new learning on the job
Ability to effectively use job-related systems software to their full capability and perform complex/advanced functions
Possesses advanced level general skills, including written and verbal communications skills, computational and computer skills, and mathematical knowledge frequently acquired through completion of a bachelor’s degree program

Basic Requirements

Performance of the duties and responsibilities of the job requires the equivalent of formal training in Nursing, usually in the form of a major in nursing as part of a bachelor’s degree program
Registered Nurse in the State of Washington

Preferred Requirements

Ability to read and speak Spanish and /or Russian preferred but not required

How would you like the applicant to apply?

www.mlchc.org careers page

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(CLOSES 12-30-2022) Moses Lake Community Health Center: Registered Nurse

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Moses Lake Community Health Center

Contact Person

Tasha Gallaway

Phone

(509)764-0674

Email

tgallaway@mlchc.org

Website Address

605 Coolidge St

Location

Moses Lake

Base Pay

34.09

Job Closing Date

12-31-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Registered Nurse

Job Description/Qualification

Sign on Bonus after successful completion of 90 day introductory period.

New RN $3,000

Experienced RN $5,000

Our medical department is looking for an RN to join their team. The nurse plays a key leadership role on the patient-centered medical team. They hold the primary responsibility for advanced care coordination for complex patients, ensuring that the patient receives the care and treatment the provider has recommended. They also serve as a clinical resource to both patients and the medical team, providing direct patient care in the clinic and as a resource for triage and questions by phone.

Responsibilities

Leads the care coordination and treatment for complex patient care.
Serves as a clinical resource to both patients and internal staff.
Serves as the primary clinical communication liaison for Advanced Care Coordination.
Ensures that the patient’s medical chart is updated to reflect treatments and care provided.
Performs other direct patient care duties within the scope of practice.
Properly follow quality, safety, and infection control procedures and improvement efforts.
Provides excellent service and support to patients and colleagues and as a leader within the team.

Responsibilities

Ability to effectively communicate complex and/or technical information to co-workers and others.
Ability to effectively listen, empathize and pursue problem-solving with co-workers to resolve mild conflicts or disagreements.
Ability to effectively use strategies for diffusing conflict in communicating with patients or others who are upset.
Participates actively and constructively in meetings to ask questions, express own ideas and advance solutions.
Ability to bring up a discussion and gain input or feedback from others in a team setting, e.g., huddle or meeting.
Ability to effectively communicate and present to small groups in informal and formal settings
Displays basic organizational skills, typically to organize own work.
Manages own time and resources effectively to ensure that own work is completed.
Able to anticipate and re-prioritize work in response to changes in circumstances.
Ability to work independently and collaboratively as a member of a team to accomplish tasks.
Ability to consider implications and respond flexibly to problems situations encountered on the job, modifying established options in ways that are appropriate.
Ability to adjust effectively to changing work assignments or changes in work processes.
Ability to learn new information and apply new learning on the job.
Ability to effectively use systems software to perform the essential responsibilities of the job, communicate with others internally, and navigate personnel-related requirements.
Job duties require knowledge and training in the field of Nursing typically acquired through a formal Associates degree or trade school program in Nursing.
Must be able to obtain Registered Nursing or Licensed Practical Nursing licensure with the State of Washington.
Ability to read and speak Spanish and /or Russian preferred but not required.

Basic Requirements

Job duties require knowledge and training in the field of Nursing typically acquired through a formal Associates degree or trade school program in Nursing.
Must be able to obtain Registered Nursing or Licensed Practical Nursing licensure with the State of Washington.

Preferred Requirements

Ability to read and speak Spanish and /or Russian preferred but not required.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

www.mlchc.org, careers page

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(CLOSES 12-30-2022) Moses Lake Community Health Center: Staff Accountant-AP

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Moses Lake Community Health Center

Contact Person

Tasha Gallaway

Phone

(509)764-0674

Email

tgallaway@mlchc.org

Website Address

605 Coolidge St

Location

Moses Lake

Base Pay

67,100

Job Closing Date

12-31-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Staff Accountant-AP

Job Description/Qualification

What we offer:  
Staff Accountant
40 hrs/wk
Full Time
Moses Lake, WA 98837

 Clinic Statement: 

Moses Lake Community Health Center (MLCHC) is a non-profit community and migrant health center (founded in 1978) that provides comprehensive medical, dental, behavioral health and enabling services in west and central Grant County.  MLCHC is a mission driven organization with a vision to continually transform our healthcare delivery system to improve the health of the communities we serve.  MLCHC is committed to its employees and patients and strives to create a positive work environment while providing the best service to our patients.

 Job Description:
We are looking for an energetic, experienced Staff Accountant to join our finance team.  As a key role in the finance department this position will provide management with financial information by researching and analyzing accounts while also supporting the other finance team members.  The candidate must exhibit a positive attitude and thrive in a challenging, fast paced environment. 

Responsibilities

What will your day look like?

Prepares financial reports by gathering and analyzing information from the general ledger system and from other departments.
Analyzes information and options by developing spreadsheet reports; verifying information.
Prepares general ledger entries by maintaining records and files; reconciling accounts.
Develops and implements accounting procedures by analyzing current procedures; recommending changes.
Answers accounting and financial questions by researching and interpreting data.
Working with and supporting operational leaders across all departments to create budgets and gain efficiency.
Continually updates knowledge by participating in educational opportunities.
Accomplishes accounting and organization mission by completing related results as needed.

Basic Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in accounting and two years experience
                            OR
Five years recent and relevant experience

 Working knowledge of GAAP
Proficient in Excel
Commitment to self-development and proven ability to receive and act on feedback
Practical and creative approach to problem solving
Ability to summarize and communicate important data
Strong desire to exceed expectations

The ideal candidate will fully understand the mission and vision of Moses Lake Community Health Center.

Preferred Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in accounting and two years experience
                            OR
Five years recent and relevant experience

Working knowledge of GAAP

Proficient in Excel

How would you like the applicant to apply?

www.mlchc.org, careers page

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(CLOSES 10-13-2022) The Odom Corporation: Merchandiser

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

The Odom Corporation: 91-0896486

Contact Person

Human Resources

Phone

(509)762-3923

Email

INFO@ODOMCORP.COM

Website Address

https://www.odomcorp.com/

Location

5803 Patton Blvd NE Suite B Moses Lake, WA 98837, USA

Base Pay

Varies

Job Closing Date

10-13-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Merchandiser: MERCH007129

Job Description/Qualification

Merchandiser
Job Category: Sales – Merchandising
Requisition Number: MERCH007129

Posting Details
Posted: July 12, 2022
Full-Time
LocationsShowing 1 location

Job Details
Description
– Daily visits Odom customer locations to merchandise and maintain our products through stocking, rotating, and building displays
– Accurately documents the amount of products or items received or distributed, or set aside due to damage or being “out-of-date”
– Build displays according to Supervisor/Sales Representative’s directions
– Stocks and rotates our products from the back stock stored on customer location
– Stock and rotate merchandise on the floor, in coolers, bins, shelves, or on shelves, according to identifying information such as style, size, or type
– Work to increase company’s share of display space, cooler space, shelf space, and overall visibility for our brands
– Examine stock to verify conformance to quality standards
– Hang interior/exterior point of sale advertisements at account locations
– Build merchandising and promotional kits
– Display promotional materials, such as POS, & signage according to company and store policies

Responsibilities

– Must be 18+ years old
– Must have valid Drivers License
– Must have proof of insurance
– Must have good driving record
– Must have your own reliable means of transportation for getting to and from accounts
– Should be physically capable to lift cases and display units which are sometimes in excess of 70 pounds on a repetitive basis
– Professional attitude and appearance
– Excellent customer service skills
– Prior retail stocking experience preferred

Basic Requirements

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed here are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Preferred Requirements

Qualifications
Licenses & Certifications
Preferred

Non-DOT
Auto Insurance

How would you like the applicant to apply?

https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/ODO1000ODOM/JobBoard/343868f2-0f38-4d99-bb1a-4bc2f76779b9/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=00ffff75-2511-4bee-a01b-45ad8c4a50e2

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(CLOSES 1-1-2023) GENIE: WELDER/ WELD SPECIALIST

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Genie (EIN: 75-3262430)

Contact Person

Luis Cisneros

Phone

(509)762-3370

Email

luis.cisneros@terex.com

Website Address

https://jobs.terex.com/job/Moses-Lake-Welder-Welder-Specialist-WA-98837/832962100/

Location

Moses Lake

Base Pay

$21.15

Job Closing Date

01-01-2023

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Welder / Weld Specialist

Job Description/Qualification

A successful candidate will be responsible for performing welding operations. Loads, unloads parts and weldments in a variety of welding fixtures, depending on the production team needs. Reviews blueprints and other schematic drawings to ensure proper weld sizes and lengths are used on weldments. Prepares welding equipment for proper usage and prepares the layout of equipment to perform as needed. Assures that welds conform to Genie quality standards and product specifications. Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position.

Responsibilities

A successful candidate will be responsible for performing welding operations. Loads, unloads parts and weldments in a variety of welding fixtures, depending on the production team needs. Reviews blueprints and other schematic drawings to ensure proper weld sizes and lengths are used on weldments. Prepares welding equipment for proper usage and prepares the layout of equipment to perform as needed. Assures that welds conform to Genie quality standards and product specifications. Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position.

Basic Requirements

Requires a basic technical knowledge of Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) welding.
Preferred: 1 year Gas Metal Arc (MIG) welding experience
Experience in producing quality parts using welding fixtures in a fast paced environment.
Related technical ability and good understanding of production processes and equipment

Preferred Requirements

Ability to work well in stressful situations

Good verbal and written communication skills

Excellent problem solving skills

Pass Genie/AWP Weld Test

Ability to read and understand blueprints and weld symbols

Experience in heavy and light steel fabrication and welding

Use of precision measuring tools and instruments, i.e. scales and calipers

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Apply directly online onto jobs.terex.com and filter location to Moses lake and select desired job.

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(CLOSES 12-31-2022) GENIE: Production Specialist

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Genie (EIN: 75-3262430)

Contact Person

Luis Cisneros

Phone

(509)762-3370

Email

luis.cisneros@terex.com

Website Address

https://jobs.terex.com/search/?createNewAlert=false&q=&optionsFacetsDD_customfield2=&optionsFacetsDD_dept=&optionsFacetsDD_country=&locationsearch=moses+Lake

Location

Moses Lake

Base Pay

$18.76

Job Closing Date

12-31-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Production Specialist

Job Description/Qualification

Assembles equipment components, sub-assemblies, and accessories, as required for the assigned stage of production and in coordination with a small team of co-workers. Depending on the skill development level, assembly can range from basic fittings and brackets, to hoses, actuators and pumps, sensors, chains, gears, platforms, and instrument controls.

Fits brackets, fasteners, parts, and sub-assemblies onto structures by placing them in a specified relationship to each other. Bolts, clips, screws, and tightens parts by hand, hand tools, or portable power tools. Certain skilled tasks may require insertion of parts into small or difficult locations.

Inspects the quality of work-in-progress from previous workstations by examining alignment and proper fit following a defined standard. Escalate discrepancies when issues occur.

Assembles components such as axles, power transmission devices, controls, etc., requiring skilled use of tools and production fixtures and a working knowledge of the product’s operating functions.

Assists with gathering information on items such as takt time cycles, measurement of tolerances, occurrence of line defects, evaluation of safe and quality work methods, etc.

Connects wiring to and from control panels, engines, batteries, and other components according to specifications and blueprints.

Operates a variety of handheld and power-assisted tools, and production fixtures.
Strong orientation towards safety, quality, cost, delivery, morale and continuous improvement.

Understand the flow of production and adhere to operations visual management system and production process

Responsibilities

Assembles equipment components, sub-assemblies, and accessories, as required for the assigned stage of production and in coordination with a small team of co-workers. Depending on the skill development level, assembly can range from basic fittings and brackets, to hoses, actuators and pumps, sensors, chains, gears, platforms, and instrument controls.

Fits brackets, fasteners, parts, and sub-assemblies onto structures by placing them in a specified relationship to each other. Bolts, clips, screws, and tightens parts by hand, hand tools, or portable power tools. Certain skilled tasks may require insertion of parts into small or difficult locations.

Inspects the quality of work-in-progress from previous workstations by examining alignment and proper fit following a defined standard. Escalate discrepancies when issues occur.

Assembles components such as axles, power transmission devices, controls, etc., requiring skilled use of tools and production fixtures and a working knowledge of the product’s operating functions.

Assists with gathering information on items such as takt time cycles, measurement of tolerances, occurrence of line defects, evaluation of safe and quality work methods, etc.

Connects wiring to and from control panels, engines, batteries, and other components according to specifications and blueprints.

Operates a variety of handheld and power-assisted tools, and production fixtures.
Strong orientation towards safety, quality, cost, delivery, morale and continuous improvement.

Understand the flow of production and adhere to operations visual management system and production process

Basic Requirements

Requires ambulatory ability to walk, stand, reach, stoop, bend, kneel, and crawl on a continuous basis; up to 10 hours a day.

Requires the ability to lift, pull, push and guide medium weigh objects (20-40 pounds) on a continuous basis.

Requires sufficient hand-arm-eye coordination to guide objects into specific placement or alignment and make precise measurements.

Requires visual acuity to observe moving objects and events, select, and place materials. Requires auditory ability to project voice in a production environment and hear instructions

Preferred Requirements

At least 1-year experience in manufacturing or similar type of work environment.
Good attendance is key to success.

The position requires basic understanding of assembly processes sufficient to organize, examine, and assemble equipment containing pieces of material (structure, fittings, brackets, bolts).

Requires Basic knowledge in the usage of hand tools, handheld power tools, fabricating equipment, and portable air tools.

Requires skill at resolving workstation-related problems affecting equipment, production, or quality.

Requires sufficient human relations skill to convey technical information to and maintain harmony with team members.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Please apply online onto jobs.terex.com and filter results to Moses Lake job openings and select the desired job position.

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(CLOSES 12-31-2022) Inland Empire Paper Company: Industrial Electrician

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Inland Empire Paper Company

Contact Person

Bill Sides

Phone

(509)924-1911

Email

bills@iepco.com

Website Address

iepco.com

Location

Millwood, WA

Base Pay

$32.23

Job Closing Date

12-31-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Industrial Electrician

Job Description/Qualification

2 year degree in Electrical Technology or equivalent technical experience or apprenticeship required.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong math skills essential.

Ability to safely perform essential functions of this job including work in industrial/manufacturing environment (climbing ladders, walking distances, working at heights on platforms, work in tight or close spaces, etc.)

Strong diagnostic skills and willingness to learn new equipment as needed.

Demonstrated ability to read and understand blueprints, schematics, and engineering and electrical code specifications as well as read and interpret technical manuals.

Experienced in using industrial hand tools, power tools and common test equipment; good manual dexterity.

Familiarity with National Electric Code

Understand, analyze and troubleshoot PLC control logic; troubleshoot and repair AC and DC drive systems; familiarity with Allen Bradley, GE and ABB preferred.

Working knowledge and troubleshooting of DCS, PLC control logic, drives and power distribution.

Responsibilities

Ability to safely perform essential functions of this job including work in industrial/manufacturing environment (climbing ladders, walking distances, working at heights on platforms, work in tight or close spaces, etc.)

Basic Requirements

Excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong math skills essential.

Ability to safely perform essential functions of this job including work in industrial/manufacturing environment (climbing ladders, walking distances, working at heights on platforms, work in tight or close spaces, etc.)

Strong diagnostic skills and willingness to learn new equipment as needed.

Demonstrated ability to read and understand blueprints, schematics, and engineering and electrical code specifications as well as read and interpret technical manuals.

Experienced in using industrial hand tools, power tools and common test equipment; good manual dexterity.

Familiarity with National Electric Code

Understand, analyze and troubleshoot PLC control logic; troubleshoot and repair AC and DC drive systems; familiarity with Allen Bradley, GE and ABB preferred.

Working knowledge and troubleshooting of DCS, PLC control logic, drives and power distribution.

Preferred Requirements

Experience in an industrial environment. Paper Mill experience a plus.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

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(CLOSES 11-22-2022) BOEING: HVAC Technician

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

The Boeing Company

Contact Person

Gina Choi

Phone

(425)529-8377

Email

gina.choi@boeing.com

Location

Renton, Washington

Base Pay

24/hr

Job Closing Date

11-22-2022

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Email

Job Title

HVAC Technician

Job Description/Qualification

Job Description

At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are shared values. We’re committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that’s welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us.

Boeing is seeking experienced HVAC Technicians to join our team supporting the Seattle, WA area sites of Tukwila, Auburn, Kent, Puyallup, Renton and Seattle, maintaining industrial refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

Responsibilities

Position Responsibilities:

Lay out, construct, install and rebuild refrigeration and year-round air conditioning equipment for plant facilities

Perform work described in other maintenance classifications when incidental but necessary to the accomplishment of the assignment

Work from engineered drawings, sketches, verbal instructions, handbooks, etc., to accomplish required work

Read and interpret drawings, wiring diagrams, and/or schematics

Be capable of visualizing three-dimensional shapes from a two-dimensional views and understanding symbols, flag notes, and general notes

Read and make control adjustments using such typical testing equipment as Freon leak tester, thermometer (wet and dry bulbs), sling psychrometer, monometer, velometer, hydrometer, humidistat, etc.

Install and adjust valve controls and perform electrical wiring and installation of special electronic controls used for regulating and controlling refrigeration and air conditioning equipment

Repair, maintain, trouble shoot and adjust all existing types of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment (production and building)

Maintain necessary temperature and service records

Lock out/Tag out equipment and related systems

Observe and evaluate system operation using the on-line Energy Management Control System (EMCS), and visually inspect equipment, power source, wiring, plumbing, electronic components and systems for defects or maintenance problems

This position is expected to be 100% onsite. The selected candidate will be required to work onsite at one of the listed location options.

The position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a “US Person” as defined by 22 C.F.R. § 120.15 is required. “US Person” includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee.

Basic Requirements

Basic Qualifications (Required Skills/Experience):

1+ years of experience working as an HVAC Technician

Must possess a card from a certifying organization approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), that shows you to be certified as an Universal technician as required by 40 CFR (Code or Federal Regulations) part 82, Subpart

Must be able to pass fall protection training

Preferred Requirements

Preferred Qualifications (Desired Skills/Experience):

Experience with industrial infrastructure

Experience with industrial water chillers

How would you like the applicant to apply?

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(CLOSES 11-22-2022) BOEING: Mechatronics Maintenance Technician

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

The Boeing Company

Contact Person

Gina Choi

Phone

(425)529-8377

Email

gina.choi@boeing.com

Location

Renton, Washington

Base Pay

20/hr

Job Closing Date

09-22-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Mechatronics Maintenance Technician

Job Description/Qualification

Job Description

At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are shared values. We’re committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that’s welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us.

The Boeing Company is currently seeking Mechatronics Maintenance Technicians for multiple manufacturing and production locations in the Puget Sound region in Washington State, in support of Boeing’s Commercial Airplane division (BCA).

Mechatronics Maintenance Technicians maintain some of the most technologically advanced manufacturing equipment in the Aviation industry. Depending on your work location you could have the opportunity to help maintain equipment such as: Flex Tracks, High Speed Mills, Automated Tooling Systems, Carbon Fiber Layup Machines and Multi-Axis Robotic Equipment.

Mechatronics Maintenance Technicians use schematics, blueprints, sketches, manuals, and draw on their own expertise to repair/replace defective electrical and mechanical components on equipment using hoists, gantry cranes, and hand power tools. Along with this, they act as subject matter experts and provide stakeholders with recommendations on facility and equipment design improvements.

Mechatronics Maintenance Technicians perform critical, preventive-maintenance inspections of various equipment when requested to prevent breakdowns or major overhauls. This is facilitated by preparing mechanical maintenance reports, charts, and sharing this information with various stakeholders.

Responsibilities

Position Responsibilities:

Perform continuous operational checks of equipment and perform preventive maintenance
Repair and/or replace defective electrical and mechanical parts on equipment
Capable of working at heights of up to 125 feet when required, climb a 15ft vertical ladder, enter into a small confined space, rotate neck, bend at the waist and head, stoop, arch backward, twist, squat, crouch, kneel, and crawl, lie down and operate foot controls
Lift /carry/push/pull equipment of various weight
Able to reach, sit, walk, stand, balance, climb stairs, use ladders, lifts and various other mobile equipment
Able to safely use hand/arm protection, (gloves), hearing/head protection (earmuffs and helmets)
Able to work around electromagnetic fields as a result of various types of production equipment
Able to operate in a high noise exposure environment

This position will require the following on a daily basis:

Frequent (3-6 hours) exposure to noise.
Frequent (3-6 hours): Sit, Walk, Stand, Climb/Balance, Rotation of Head/neck, Flexion (head bent down, head bent back), Twisting at the waist, Handling/Grasping, Keyboarding/Mouse, Repetitive motion, Fine finger manipulation.
Occasional (1-3 hours) Fine motor skills, lifting less than 10 pounds and sitting.
Occasional (1-3 hours) use of face, eye and head protection.

This position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a “US Person” as defined by 22 C.F.R. § 120.15 is required. US person includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee.

Basic Requirements

Basic Qualifications (Required Skill/Experience):

Minimum of 1 year of experience maintaining Industrial Electronic and Electrical systems (related academic coursework in Industrial Electronics/Robotics/Mechatronics counts towards experience)
Must be able to work any shift
Ability to work at heights up to 125 feet above ground level and pass Fall Protection Training.
Ability to work overtime
Completion of an associate’s degree in mechatronics, from an accredited university, will be considered in lieu of experience

Preferred Requirements

Preferred Qualifications (Desired Skills/Experience):

Associate’s degree or higher in; Mechatronics, Industrial Robotics, Electronics or equivalent from an accredited institution of higher learning.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

https://jobs.boeing.com/job/renton/mechatronics-maintenance-technician/185/23225695888

Is this student only posting?

Public

(CLOSES 11-22-2022) BOEING: Industrial Maintenance Electrician

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

The Boeing Company

Contact Person

Gina Choi

Phone

(425)529-8377

Email

gina.choi@boeing.com

Location

Renton, Washington

Base Pay

24/hr

Job Closing Date

11-22-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Industrial Maintenance Electrician

Job Description/Qualification

Job Description

At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are shared values. We’re committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that’s welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us.

The Boeing Company is currently seeking experienced Industrial Maintenance Electricians to join the team to help maintain the industrial infrastructure at one of the following locations: Seattle, WA; Auburn, WA; Kent, WA; Puyallup, WA or Renton, WA.

Responsibilities

Position Responsibilities:

Operate, install electrical systems and perform functional test of building and/or plant equipment (e.g., machines, motor controls, room remodels)

Determine if system should be shut down or if work must be performed with power source on

Lock out, tag out, try out equipment and related systems

Perform primary and secondary test on electrical breakers during routine maintenance

Replace, update and retro fit breakers

Perform routine tests on high voltage switches and relays, using hipotential test equipment (Hipot), replace switch or relay

Troubleshoot electric motors using appropriate test equipment

Monitor current, voltage, amperage, frequency and watts hours at sub-stations using on line computing system

Check and service electrical systems, using infrared analysis sheets to locate hot spots in service panel

Service and maintain electrical systems on various types of overhead cranes

Operate, install electrical systems and perform functional test of building and/or plant equipment (e.g., machines, motor controls, room remodels)

Install and perform routine maintenance on all types of lighting fixtures (e.g., fluorescent, halide, standard) clean and check sockets, and replace ballast and bulbs

Run high voltage electrical cable from substation to unit station, cut and splice cable, test cable for resistance using a Hipot

Install, replace and repair fiber optic cable for computers and computing systems, as required.

Bend conduit and install junction boxes

Pull wire of various gauge and color through conduit using a fish tape, install and connect switches and outlets

Check work after completion or after each operation; ensure job is per drawing and WAC, NEC codes

Evaluate job for work to be performed (e.g., wire size, electrical load, conduit)

Operate mechanical lifts of various types (e.g. tiger lift, spider lift, snorkel lift), to access area to be worked on

Install wire, crimp, terminate, and solder using tools (e.g., crimpers, wire cutters, soldering gun) in plant electrical systems

Establish/verify voltage, amperage, frequency and watts using test equipment (e.g., circuit trackers, sonic circuit chasers, volt, amperage meters)

This position is expected to be 100% onsite. The selected candidate will be required to work onsite at one of the listed location options.

The position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a “US Person” as defined by 22 C.F.R. § 120.15 is required. “US Person” includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee.

Basic Requirements

Basic Qualifications (Required Skills/Experience):

3+ years of experience as an Electrician or Apprentice

1+ years of experience maintaining industrial equipment

Electrician license (EL01 &/or EL 07) or an electrical apprenticeship/training card

Experience working from heights and using fall protection equipment with weight limitations

Must be able to complete fall protection training

Preferred Requirements

Preferred Qualifications (Desired Skills/Experience):

Experience working with VFD’s

Experience of working knowledge with PLC’s

How would you like the applicant to apply?

https://jobs.boeing.com/job/seattle/industrial-maintenance-electrician/185/26369872432

Is this student only posting?

Student Only

(CLOSES 11-22-2022) BOEING: Aviation Maintenance Technician and Inspector

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

The Boeing Company

Contact Person

Gina Choi

Phone

(425)529-8377

Email

gina.choi@boeing.com

Location

Renton, Washington

Base Pay

24/hr

Job Closing Date

11-22-2022

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Aviation Maintenance Technician and Inspector

Job Description/Qualification

Job Description

At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are shared values. We’re committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that’s welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us.

Boeing is seeking Aviation Maintenance Technician and Inspectors to join our teams supporting Boeing Commercial Airplanes in Seattle, Renton and Everett, WA. In this role you will perform production installations, maintenance, preventative maintenance, alterations and quality assurance on aircraft structure, systems and sub-systems, including electrical and avionics on standard or experimental certificated aircraft.

Responsibilities

Position Responsibilities:

Troubleshoot, inspect, test, repair, service aircraft and engine systems to prepare aircraft for flight.
Perform Quality functions such as Customer/FAA Coordination, Configuration Change Verification, Conformity Inspections, Airworthiness Inspections (including Pre-flight and Post-flights), Corrective Action and Investigations.
Initiate and document any nonconforming materials, hardware, software, tools, parts, assemblies, or portions thereof, according to specifications, processes, and procedures.
Perform Aviation Maintenance Technician Inspector tasks in order to obtain and maintain knowledge, skills and required certifications.
Initiate and document any nonconforming materials, hardware, software, tools, parts, assemblies, or portions thereof, according to specifications, processes, and procedures.
Perform audit/surveillance of all manufacturing and quality assurance processes, according to specifications, processes, and procedures.

This position is expected to be 100% onsite. The selected candidate will be required to work onsite at one of the listed location options.

The position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a “US Person” as defined by 22 C.F.R. § 120.15 is required. “US Person” includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee.

Basic Requirements

Basic Qualifications (Required Skills/Experience):

2 or more years of aircraft maintenance experience on complex jet powered aircraft with military, airline or certificated repair station background.
This position requires an individual when working at heights to utilize fall protection equipment that has weight limitations.
Must be able to work any shift, overtime and holidays as required.

Preferred Requirements

Preferred Qualifications

id FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate preferred. Please note your certificate number on your resume if you are certified.

Prefer a minimum of five years of aircraft maintenance experience on complex jet powered aircraft with military, airline or certificated repair station background.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

https://jobs.boeing.com/job/seattle/aviation-maintenance-technician-and-inspector/185/24646590736

Is this student only posting?

Student Only

Food Service Careers (all positions); Michael's Group

Michael’s Group; Hamiltons Inc is affiliated with Michael’s on the Lake, Michael’s Bistro and Rock Top Burgers. All location are searching for applicants.  Experience preferred but not required. Sample list includes:

  • Cooks, line and prep
  • Hosts
  • Dishwashers
  • Servers
  • Server/ Bartenders

Apply in person at any of our locations in Moses Lake. 

Healthcare Customer Service/Technology; Premera Blue Cross WA State

Premera Blue Cross has a variety of career opportunities in Washington State. Premera seeks to attract and retain the most qualified people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic under applicable law.

How to Apply

If you need an accommodation to apply online for positions at Premera, please contact Premera Human Resources via email at careers@premera.com or via phone at 425-918-4785.

Healthcare/Medical Careers; All Ways CaringHealthcare/Medical; All Ways Caring

All Ways Caring is searching for the best, most caring, most qualified people. From caregivers to CNAs to LPNs to RNs and more. If you want to be a part of the All Ways Caring team and all of the exciting work we are doing every day. 

We serve several communities throughout Washington State and Nationwide. Take a look at our website for a variety of job openings and then take the next step to apply.

If you are not certified as a CNA, we offer training. Starting wage is 16.72 and it is a union job.

How to Apply:

  1. Online applications – www.allwayscaring.com 
  2. Or  call and talk with Francis – 509-764-7530 with questions.

Healthcare/Medical/Dental; Moses Lake Community Health

Moses Lake Community Health Center has a variety of career opportunities open now in our local service district. Check out the website for updated list, salary, responsibilities, and qualifications.

How to Apply

Sample list includes:

  • Accounts Payable Accountant
  • Customer Care Representative-Dental
  • Dental Assistant
  • Interpreter (Russian/Ukrainian)
  • Medical Assistant
  • Office Manager

Industry/Manufacturing; Basic American Foods

Basic American Foods values growth minded and career minded personnel. Do you want to work with a dynamic group of talented maintenance mechanics at a growing food production plant in a beautiful community? If you desire these additional qualities for a work life/balance – we want you!

Check our website for a variety of career opportunities, job responsibilities, requirements, and apply today. https://www.baf.com/careers/

All employees must follow company safety procedures, policy and processes, and maintain standards of ethics and integrity.

Basic American Foods is taking the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation very seriously, and we have taken action to minimize potential risks to our employees, our customers, our communities, and our business. Click here to see just a few steps that we are taking: https://www.baf.com/blog/bafs-continued-commitment-to-safety-regarding-covid-19/

Industry/Manufacturing; McCain Foods

McCain Foods in Othello WA has a variety of industry and manufacturing jobs available now.

See their website for complete details of job description, salary base, responsibilities and qualifications; https://www.mccain.com/careers/

Sample list includes:

  • Cutter Machine Operator
  • Electronic Technician
  • Field & Agronomy Intern
  • Fryer Operator
  • Instrument & Electronics Supervisor
  • Instrument & Electronics Supervisor
  • Production Lead
  • Production Supervisor
  • Process Mechanic
  • QC Lead
  • Quality Supervisor
  • Systems Specialist
  • Vision Systems Technician
  • Waste Water Treatment Operator

Skilled Production Laborer; Express Professionals

Express Professionals offers job placement for skilled personnel. Our staffing firm connect workers and employers. We proudly serve the entire Moses Lake area, including Othello, Warden, Soap Lake, Ephrata, Royal City and Quincy.

Check out our website for current Moses Lake career opportunities, salary, job description/qualifications and responsibilities; https://www.expresspros.com/moseslakewa/

Sample list includes the following, open until closed:

Industry/Manufacturing

  • Skilled Production Laborer
  • Sanitation/Packaging Laborer
  • Maintenance Mechanic or Technician
  • Electrician
  • Facility Operator
  • Manufacturing Operator
  • Quality Assurance Associate or Technologist
  • HVAC Technician or Installer

Transportation/Trucking

  • Truck Driver – Class B
  • Truck Driver – Class A
  • Diesel Mechanic
  • Auto Mechanic

Apply online, email or call our office: 509-765-0322

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