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JOBS: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« on: August 16, 2010, 08:09:22 AM »
THIS THREAD IS FOR FOLKS LOOKING FOR WORK AND/OR FOLKS LOOKING TO HIRE OR THAT KNOW OF JOB OPENINGS. NOT A THREAD FOR POSTING HOW THE JOB MARKET STINKS OR THE STATE OF THE ECONOMY.
If you are looking for work, post a brief description of what you do and your location.

If you know of a job opening or are looking to hire someone, post a brief description of what you have to offer.

All other info sharing should be taken off the boards into private phone calls or private messages.

Thank you for all of your participation!
All topics that were over a month old have been archived to help with forum performance.    If looking for it, search same title of thread with archive added to the subject line.    Please refresh anything current.  Again, thanks for making this successful!
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Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2018, 09:10:33 PM »
We need all the guys we can get to do O-1 electrical work. We have a hard time manning work. We’ll train you, and the school will give you the hand tools. The contractor will provide power tools. You’d start as an apprentice and have to do 8 hrs of school 1 day a week, every other quarter for 5 yrs. The other 4 days a week during school quarters, and 5 days a week during non school quarters you’d be working at least 40hrs/wk, likely more. You’d get an annuity, pension, 401k, and healthcare (including dental and vision). Proving very difficult to find people who are reliable, not afraid to work, and mechanically inclined. 95% of commercial and industrial electric is mechanical in nature. People anymore seem a generation removed from having any trade skills. Show up on time every day, work hard, use your hands, pay attention, and learn a skill. Veterans get preference.

 Now the part everyone cares about.

1st period apprentice makes $21.24
2nd period (after 1,000hrs) $23.77
3rd period $26.30 (after 2,000 hrs, finish 1st yr school, and skill cert)
4th period $32.87 (after 3,500 hrs, finish 2nd yr school, and skill cert)
5th period $37.93 (after 5,000 hrs, finish 3rd yr school, and skill cert)
6th period $42.98 (after 7,500 hrs, finish 4th yr school, and skill cert)
Journeyman $50.57 (finish 5th yr of school, meet state requirements for O-1 electrical license, which are 8,000hrs OJT, you’ll have educational requirements, and pass the state exam [4hr National electrical code and state laws test]).

Call 425-228-1777 or visit.
http://www.psejatc.org/applicant.aspx

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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2018, 09:17:16 PM »
I have a few openings in eastern WA. 

First is a mostly seasonal position during the summer months (April through September/October) in the Yakima/Snoqualmie Pass area.  Looking for qualified individuals with highway construction experience.  This is an inspector position so inspection experience preferred but not absolutely necessary based on experience.  Please PM me for more information.  Compensation based on experience but is typically better than prevailing.

Second is for personal work in the Wenatchee Valley.  I am looking for someone who can do some work on our property, mostly general labor but carpentry skills or plumbing skills would be a plus.  This can be during the week or a side job for someone on the weekends.

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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2018, 09:39:00 PM »
We need all the guys we can get to do O-1 electrical work. We have a hard time manning work. We’ll train you, and the school will give you the hand tools. The contractor will provide power tools. You’d start as an apprentice and have to do 8 hrs of school 1 day a week, every other quarter for 5 yrs. The other 4 days a week during school quarters, and 5 days a week during non school quarters you’d be working at least 40hrs/wk, likely more. You’d get an annuity, pension, 401k, and healthcare (including dental and vision). Proving very difficult to find people who are reliable, not afraid to work, and mechanically inclined. 95% of commercial and industrial electric is mechanical in nature. People anymore seem a generation removed from having any trade skills. Show up on time every day, work hard, use your hands, pay attention, and learn a skill. Veterans get preference.

 Now the part everyone cares about.

1st period apprentice makes $21.24
2nd period (after 1,000hrs) $23.77
3rd period $26.30 (after 2,000 hrs, finish 1st yr school, and skill cert)
4th period $32.87 (after 3,500 hrs, finish 2nd yr school, and skill cert)
5th period $37.93 (after 5,000 hrs, finish 3rd yr school, and skill cert)
6th period $42.98 (after 7,500 hrs, finish 4th yr school, and skill cert)
Journeyman $50.57 (finish 5th yr of school, meet state requirements for O-1 electrical license, which are 8,000hrs OJT, you’ll have educational requirements, and pass the state exam [4hr National electrical code and state laws test]).

Call 425-228-1777 or visit.
http://www.psejatc.org/applicant.aspx

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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #4 on: October 30, 2018, 09:58:57 PM »
Les Schwab in Bellevue, WA store is Now Hiring for Sales & Service Positions.

Les Schwab has been doing the right thing since 1952. Our employees deliver World Class Customer Service. In return, we provide them with generous bonus and benefit programs and outstanding promotional opportunities. Les Schwab is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.

Sales & Service Position Summary:
The Sales & Service position is responsible for the sales, service and maintenance of tires and wheels, providing excellent customer service and completing work according to company policies, procedures, and the Code of Conduct.

Primary Responsibilities:
Installation and maintenance of tires and wheels; repairing, rotating, and inflating tires; attaching and rebalancing wheels; installing/rebuilding and/or relearning/calibrating TPMS; washing tires and wheels; testing and installing batteries; using and maintenance of equipment; assisting other employees; test driving vehicles; and operating service vehicles to perform offsite and emergency road services. Provides excellent customer service, promotes store sales; uses the Best Tire Value Promise to engage customers.

Experience:
Les Schwab offers opportunities for a variety of skills, with on-the job training.

Qualifications:
High School diploma or equivalent; valid driver's license; excellent customer service skills and the ability to work in a rapid pace environment; frequent lifting of weight between 35-75 pounds; frequent bending, twisting, kneeling and continuous squatting, reaching, walking and standing.

Benefits:

Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, PTO time, Profit Sharing Bonus, Employer (fully funded) Retirement Trust (15% employer contribution!), Disability pay, Free uniforms, Paid Training, and more...

Contact Andy or Thomas at 425-455-0407

Text "tirejobs" to 78645

or click

https://lesschwab.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Stores/job/Bellevue-WA/Sales---Service---Tire-Installation--Maintenance---Sales----Bellevue-Bel-Red-Road--419_R-00419a

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $13.50 to $20.55 /hour

Drivers License (Required for 18+)
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $13.50 to $20.55 /hour

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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #5 on: October 31, 2018, 10:28:03 AM »
Two jobs at a manufacturing plant in Malaga. One is a production helper and the other is a shipping clerk. My gf is the HR supervisor there so she asked for me to put out the good word.
" I have hunted almost every day of my life, the rest have been wasted"

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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #6 on: November 06, 2018, 01:01:20 PM »
Looking for a maintenance technician. Troubleshooting equipment, installing and building new equipment.  Working in a interior door manufacturing plant. Mechanical skills required, electrical and plc knowledge a plus. Shoot me a text (360) 220-6721. Good pay and excellent benefits.

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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #7 on: November 08, 2018, 09:36:50 PM »
BE Meyers Corp is hiring. Located in Redmond makes high tech lazers for the defense industry.  If your a gun geek this is an organization for you

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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #8 on: November 09, 2018, 01:07:19 PM »
Diesel / Heavy Equipment / Tractor-trailer / Pick-up Mechanic Needed (Granite Falls)

compensation: $24-$40 an hour, health/dental ins., 7 paid holidays, vacation

Small, independent, revenue repair shop is looking for an experienced, well rounded, open minded, self motivated heavy equipment / truck / diesel mechanic. Would like to see extensive knowledge in most or all:
 -Diesel engine maintenance, troubleshooting, repair & and rebuild
 -Transmission maintenance, troubleshooting, repair & rebuild
 -Hydraulic troubleshooting & repair on cylinders, pumps & motors
 -Electrical troubleshooting & repair
 -Undercarriage & ground engagement repair on final drives & planetaries
 -Brake & clutch troubleshooting & repair
 -Fabrication
 -Computer diagnostics, troubleshooting & repair
 -Tractor/trailers, excavators, bulldozers, dump trucks, wheel loaders, forklifts, skidsteers, road sweepers, skidders, pumps, highlifts, chippers, diesel pickups...
 -Cat, Cummins, Detroit, Duramax, Powerstroke...
 -Valid WA st. drivers license with a clean driving record for possible shop truck operation
 This is a small business with less than 6 people employed, so an independent, trust worthy employee with a good attitude is a plus.
Email : Topsocket@hotmail.com
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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #9 on: November 10, 2018, 07:27:31 AM »
Northwest Sales Representative Position

Well established manufactures representative agency is seeking a qualified sales associate.  This is an Entry Level Sales Position.
 
Geographic area of sales responsibility is Washington, No. Oregon, No. Idaho, and Western Montana as a field representative.
The position is responsible for sales to the sporting goods dealers, buying group members, box stores, and Sporting Goods distributors.
 
Product categories are Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor products.
 
Reply with resume and references to:
 
Outdoorsalesreps@gmail.com

Qualified applicants will be contacted by the agency human resource manager.

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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #10 on: November 14, 2018, 11:39:29 AM »
PM for more details. We are hiring ASAP.
Job Title:

Maintenance Technician
Company:

Prologis

Job Description:

Position Responsibilities: 

Commit to The Prologis Way – a guide to effective customer service.  Develop and maintain positive relationships with all customers and vendors.  Responsive to customer’s needs and requests in a timely manner.   Participate in the Prologis Customer Satisfaction Survey.
General property maintenance of various buildings and coordinate special projects as directed by the Property Manager.
Perform proactive/responsive maintenance as requested by customer and property manager.
Troubleshoot, evaluate and recommend maintenance operations.
Perform scheduled property maintenance including (but not limited to) roof, structure, sidewalks, paving, landscaping as indicated in the preventative maintenance schedule.  Monitor appearance and upkeep of properties on a continual basis.  As appropriate, remove litter and debris from lawns, planting beds, parking areas, sidewalks, ramps, and indoor spaces.
Advise the property manager on the overall condition of the properties.     
Coordinate repairs, maintenance and site inspections in various locations / buildings.
Coordinate capital repairs and maintenance.
Daily communication and reporting to Property Manager.
Assure safety standards are used which comply with all company, local, City, State and Federal guidelines (e.g., OSHA, EPA).  Report safety issues as needed.
Ensure safe and proper storage of all supplies, chemicals, tools, and equipment.  Ensure tools and equipment are in optimum condition.     
Responsible for alerting the Property Manager of any unusual occurrence and/or damage that have taken place or that may occur.
Oversight of capital improvements and development and adherence to a preventative maintenance schedule.
Assist in inspecting, monitoring and documenting all work being performed by outside contractors.  Aid the property manager in the evaluation of all service contract requirements and the oversight of property maintenance contracts.
Carry cell phone/iPhone as required for on-call maintenance.  Be ready to respond immediately to emergency situations and concerns.
Provide feedback for the annual budget.
Attend and complete all required training.
Other duties, as assigned.
Essential Skills & Experience: 

Requires a High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED).
Minimum of three years in a skilled maintenance work in the commercial real estate industry.
Knowledge of basic building maintenance. 
Knowledge of the current occupational hazards, and an understanding of safety precautions, building codes and regulations applicable to the maintenance profession.   
Knowledge of the use and care of tools and equipment necessary to perform building maintenance tasks.
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and tasks on a daily basis.  Ability to organize and prioritize work assignments.  Good record keeping for work orders, parts orders, inventory and service/customer follow-up.
Ability to carry out specific oral and written instructions.
Ability to read and understand operating manuals and written instructions, blueprints, and technical materials.
Ability to work independently.
Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills.  Proven ability to communicate effectively (oral and written) with customers, peers, management, contractors and vendors.
Basic computer knowledge.
Requires a valid driver’s license, good driving record and the ability to travel to multiple properties.
As business dictates, able to work extended/flexible hours (e.g., nights/weekends/on-call).
Nonessential Skills & Experience: 

Knowledge and experience in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, painting, landscaping and heating/cooling systems preferred.
Knowledge of work-safety issues, regulations and programs, government and utility ordinances preferred.
Prologis offers a competitive salary, a comprehensive selection of benefit options, including 401(k) with company match. All job offers are contingent upon successful completion of drug screen and background verification. Prologis is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religions, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Employment Type:

Full time
Location:

Seattle, Washington
Additional Locations: King County

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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #11 on: November 15, 2018, 08:54:40 PM »
We're Hiring HVAC residential install technicians and residential Service technichians. Located in Skagit county Guaranteed 40 hours of work. Very good company culture. If you need time off to hunt I understand and I'm the owner, so ,yeah its approved:)
Bottom line you must be Honest, Moral, and have a servants heart.
If you think you fit the mold PM me or go to our website and apply www.ronkheating.com.

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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #12 on: November 15, 2018, 09:56:46 PM »
 :yeah: I am a business owner as well.  Have to deal with employment.  I don't mean to cast a negative on this thread as it is a great thread but I cant help but comment on something.  Reading through some of this is mind blowing.  Is this what it has come too?  Do employers need my life story?  Pysch eval?  Life story?  It just seems to be a daunting experience for young people.  Going through applications it has become clear to me as an employer that the people with training how to fill out a proper resume have an advantage.  They learn how to use the proper words and phrase things in an enlightening way.  To call themselves technicians and specialists. ETC.  Yet I have learned to discard many of those and pay attention to the honest people without skills/training in computers/resumes.  I look to those with real world experience and articulation in their field of experiences.  My point is to those who fit this, like me, dont change or give up hope.  Many people respect real world straight forward people.  Happy hunting and good luck.




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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #13 on: December 11, 2018, 03:11:27 PM »
Engineering jobs open at Douglas PUD East Wenatchee http://www.douglaspud.org/your-pud/job-listings
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Re: Re: Re: Looking for work/Looking to hire
« Reply #14 on: Yesterday at 12:33:46 AM »
Safeway Distribution Center in Auburn is looking for building maintenance workers (three positions open, 2 journeyman and one trainee). Benefits are teamster A-Plan for medical,  and pension is around $5.50 per hour!


This is a good opprotunity for anyone trying to get into the field, so even if you don't have much experience it wouldn't hurt to apply. Apply at Safeway.com, position is currently listed under maintenance engineer trainee. 

 

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