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Laura Gangi Pond

3 Eyed Fish Wine Bar is hiring BOH & FOH (Richland)
Bring in your resume we are looking to add to our team for the summer!! Line Cook, Dishwasher, Server. Nights and Weekends are a must.
Cashier wanted (Richland) 22 Goethals Dr
Looking for part-time cashiers that can work swing shifts (2pm-7pm, 3pm-8pm) and graveyard shifts (7pm-midnight, 8pm-midnight). I'm posting for my parents who own the Lucky Foodmart in Richland. I'll be honest, it's a super easy job, the hardest thing about the job is stocking 5-10 pound cases of beer/milk/soda, and some paperwork involving some simple counting and writing when doing shift change. The problem is finding honest employees who after a few months won't steal/take advantage of my elderly parents. They are good employers, our regulars love them. So if you are just looking for some easy honest labor work, to essentially get paid $11/hour to stand there and get to know regulars and do some light stocking and cleaning. Please contact my mom, Joanne at the Lucky Foodmart in person. She is usually there 9am-1pm every day except Sundays.
We are seeking a hardworking individual for a Housekeeping Position at the Rodeway Inn in Pasco, WA.
Previous experience in housekeeping is a plus but not required. We request interested applicants to come to the Motel and fill out an application to be considered.
For more information please call 509-546-2010 for further information
Local cabinet company seeking experienced lead installers. Must have own tools and transportation. Ability to start and finish job on your own or work as a team. Looking for detail oriented carpenters that take pride in their work and are good with customers and builders. Compensation negotiable depending on experience. Need someone to start immediately. Stop by in person or call the office.
(509) 946-5614 Tri-City Cabinets 1940 Butler Loop Richland, Wa
We are a caring, fun, and friendly staff who enjoy treating our clients and patients with high levels of compassionate service. Our practice offers small animal, exotic, and avian medical care, soft tissue laser surgery, laser therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, digital radiology, dental prophylaxis, IDEXX in-house laboratory, and more. Our LVT's are an integral part of our veterinary team- we have them do everything their training allows!
This position includes: Providing compassionate care with a friendly, professional demeanor
Client communication
Preparing medications
Collecting laboratory samples (blood draws, cystocentesis, u/a catheterization, etc)
Surgical prep and anesthetic monitoring
Dentistry, Radiology
Treatment of dogs, cats, avian and exotic patients
Mentorship of Veterinary Assistants
Our hours are Monday - Friday 7am- 7pm and Saturday 9am-5pm. Applicants must be able to rotate through this weekly schedule. Competitive pay and comprehensive benefits, including: medical/dental/vision insurance, uniforms, CE allowance, LVT license renewal, 2 paid holidays, pet wellness plans for personal pets, paid time off, generous pet care discounts and more!
Requirements: LVT licensed in the state of Washington, able to lift up to 40# unassisted, able to follow verbal and written instructions, ability to stoop/reach/bend and remain standing for extended periods of time. Hiring dependent on background check and drug screening. We are willing to work with new graduates who are pending licensure.
We are willing to train the right candidate who meets the above requirements.
Please bring your resume and cover letter in person to:
Pet Medical Center of Pasco
Attn: Practice Manager
8823 Sandifur Parkway
Pasco, WA 99301
We are looking for a person with good attitude and work ethics. Someone that will show up everyday and on time.
Must be able to work in a fast paced environment and able to meet deadlines. Be a self starter and able to work with others.
This position requires lifting of 50 to 75 lbs on occasion, standing for several hours at a time, working with your hands and power tools. You must be able to read a tape measure and have basic math skills.
This is a full time position, but may consider two part time people.
Duties include preparing vinyl for the sign/vehicle, laminating material to substrate, trimming materials, using saw, sheer and other power tools. Occasional cleaning of work area.
Please bring resume by: Signs by Sue
1215 S. 10th Ave, Pasco
Rick's Custom Fencing and Decking is looking to hire immediately new builders/installers to join our team. EXCELLENT opportunity for advancement. This is a job that you can turn into a career. Hard work with long hours and an excellent attitude required! Construction experience very helpful. Must be willing to work long hours during the building season.
Must be 18 with a valid/clean driver’s license. Clean background also required.
Please apply in person @ 9120 W Clearwater Ave, Kennewick WA 99336
You MUST have a current resume, letter of reference, and a copy of your driving record. Please be ready and able to fill out an employment application completely.
Porters's Real Barbecue is hiring!
We are offering around 30 hours a week. This position requires experience in a restaurant setting; experience as a shift lead or manager a plus.
We are looking for an individual who is: A leader, Hardworking, Organized, Detailed, Willing to learn,
Outgoing, Reliable, *Customer service/cashier experience a plus.
Hours will vary. We are closed Sunday.
*Must have reliable transportation.
Looking to hire ASAP.
Pay range is $15-$18 per hour with tips, depending on experience.
Bring resumes to the restaurant at: 705 The Parkway Richland, WA or send resume to Arturo@portersrealbbq.com.
We have an exciting new massage business starting between May1st and the 14th. There will be 5 treatment/spa rooms and we are looking for 3 therapists to start. Our training is from Cortiva Massage Institute in Seattle and we want someone to be a part of our team that can grow with us. We will train the right person in all the treatments we will offer. There will be room to grow with us. We welcome new massage therapists and are willing to train and we also welcome experienced therapists looking for something new. Message or Call to contact and set up an interview. It will be a 90 minute interview that includes a 1 hr massage to see what your quality of touch is. Thank you.
Felicia call or text: (509) 539-1222
AmeriCorps engages more than 75,000 men and women in intensive service each year at more than 21,000 locations including nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country. AmeriCorps members help communities tackle pressing problems while mobilizing millions of volunteers for the organizations they serve. Members gain valuable professional, ducational, and life benefits, and the experience has a lasting impact on the members and the communities they serve.
The American Red Cross, Northwest Region is seeking an enthusiastic individual who is passionate about empowering people to prepare for and recover from disasters and emergencies to serve as a full-time AmeriCorps Community Preparedness Coordinator in Kennewick from September 1, 2017 through July 15, 2018. This is a volunteer stipend position. The Community Preparedness Coordinator will deliver disaster preparedness education presentations in a variety of formats to a variety of audiences; Recruit, train, develop, and support disaster preparedness volunteers in various communities throughout Washington State; Perform outreach, capacity building, and support coordination of Homefire Campaign events. The member must have experience in presenting to youth audiences.
BENEFITS:• Invaluable experience and extensive training from a nationally and internationally-respected organization for school, a future job or new career • $1,202.86/month living stipend (before taxes) and $5,815 AmeriCorps Education Award upon successful completion of service term commitment and 1700 hours of service• Eligibility for health insurance coverage• Student loan forbearance (on qualifying loans)
REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS: • Commit to serve full-time for 10 1/2 months (September 1, 2017 - July 15, 2018), serve min. 40 hours a week and meet the 1700 minimum requirement for a full term of service• Be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident• Bachelor's Degree preferred or 2 years of college and/or relevant life experience• Have a valid Driver's License & clean driving record, prefer if member has own reliable vehicle• Pass required criminal background checks• Must be comfortable working with a wide variety of people from all walks of life and backgrounds, and respect the Red Cross principles of neutrality and impartiality
To apply, click on https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/publicRequestSearch.do, go to quick search section: • Enter Project Type | AmeriCorps State/National• Enter State | Washington• Enter Program Name | American Red Cross and click on the green search button for available positions
PLEASE NOTE: AmeriCorps positions are contingent upon funding
The Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, in partnership with the Mt. Adams Institute and AmeriCorps, is now offering a full-time, paid internship.
***For more open positions and detailed position descriptions with full application instructions, please visit: http://www.mtadamsinstitute.com/jobs/.***
Position Title: Wilderness-Backcountry Ranger (2 Positions)
Project Location: Entiat Ranger District, PO Box 476, Entiat, WA 98822.
The small town of Entiat is 30 minutes from Wenatchee, WA and situated alongside the Columbia River. It is well situated for individuals that appreciate recreational opportunities such as hiking, biking, climbing and boating.

Position Summary: In partnership with the Mt. Adams Institute, spend the summer and fall in the rugged Central Cascades backcountry. The Wilderness-Backcountry Rangers will perform trail maintenance on non-motorized and motorized trails. They will also perform monitoring hikes of trails in the wilderness areas that keep them out for up to 8 days/nights. Engagement with backcountry visitors is expected and Wilderness Rangers will educate them on Leave No Trace principles if necessary.
Rangers will serve on multiple use trail systems, non-motorized trail systems and areas of designated Wilderness. Rangers will ideally have a background which includes experience with the area's various types of trail uses, including knowledge of the effects of recreation on high elevation environments, and be able to clearly communicate a tread lightly message while educating users on proper travel and leave-no-trace techniques. In addition to public contact and education, Wilderness Rangers will serve as a trail maintenance team focused on logging out wilderness trails. Duties will rotate between traditional Wilderness Ranger (public outreach) with light trail maintenance and focused trail maintenance work including; drainage, brushing and bucking out logs on the trail.
This position is perfect for a person who has a passion for being in the mountains and has demonstrated experience living and working safely in a backcountry setting.
General Responsibilities (to include, but not limited to): 1. Be educated on tread lightly, leave-no-trace, and proper backcountry use ethics, and practices and be able to share these principles with visitors. Promote cooperation and understanding of public lands. 2. Ability to clearly communicate with members of the public in a friendly and non confrontational manner. 3. Document trail user contacts; maintain daily log of trail users contacted, including: date, area contacted, type of trail use, trail users origin, and any violations. 4. Report and document trail conditions. Providing trail reports on access due to snow depths, maintenance condition (trees down, washouts, needed drainage, etc.). 5. Wilderness trail maintenance with a cross-cut saw and some hand tools. 6. Participate in special projects such as bridge building, campground maintenance, hunter education or others to achieve district recreation program goals. 7. Lead by example. Live in the backcountry and set the example for others by observing and adhering to all Wilderness regulations, guidelines, and ethics, regarding leave-no-trace use practices. 8. Become educated on current issues, and controversial use practices, (national and regional), effecting recreation on public land. 9. Attend and complete all MAI/AmeriCorps training and service requirements including orientation, trainings, team meetings and national service days. 10. Complete and submit all necessary MAI/AmeriCorps paperwork and reports in a timely manner. 11. Wear an MAI uniform and/or appropriate identifiers and required safety gear while performing service or attending official events. 12. Member will not engage in prohibited AmeriCorps activities as outlined in the member handbook and agreement.
Position Requirements: 1. Must have a valid driver's license, clean driving record and ability to provide documentation. 2. Demonstrated ability to spend extended periods alone in the backcountry, and be self-sufficient for up to 4-8 days. This includes camping in the backcountry when on a tour. 3. Be physically fit, able to walk long distances (5-20 miles/day) over extended periods of time, in a steep mountain environment. 4. Be able to carry heavy loads (backpack) for long distances and requiring steep elevation gains (as much as 2000-5000 vertical feet a day). 5. Be able to proficiently use hand tools, such as a crosscut saw, for long periods of time. 6. Be able to tolerate extreme heat and cold, season will start with snow on the ground and end with snow on the ground, in between it will be hot and dusty. 7. Comfortable contacting and communicating with members of the public in a remote setting. 8. Enthusiastic about all types of trail recreation. 9. Regular and reliable attendance. 10. 21-30 years of age, at beginning of service term. 11. U.S. citizen, national or lawful permanent resident. 12. Possession of a high school diploma or equivalent, or commit to earning one prior to receiving an education award. 13. Ability to commit to the full term of service for which they are applying. 14. Selection, placement and retention are contingent upon passing the National Sex Offender Public Register and a national FBI fingerprint check. Position does have recurring access to vulnerable populations. 15. AmeriCorps Members are eligible to serve up to four terms of service and receive AmeriCorps Education awards for each term of service up to the value of two full time education awards only. It is the responsibility of the applicant to inform MAI of any previous service in an AmeriCorps program, regardless of whether or not they completed the previous term(s) of service. MAI is not liable for providing an Education Award to a member if they are not eligible under the Corporation for National and Community Service AmeriCorps guidelines.
Preferred Qualifications: 1. Experienced and knowledgeable about treading lightly and leave-no-trace and wilderness ethics. 2. Experienced in spending extended periods backpacking in the backcountry. 3. Experience in communicating with the public. 4. Knowledgeable/educated about high elevation, and fragile ecosystems. 5. Educated on current issues, and controversial use practices, (local, national and regional), effecting recreation on public land. 6. Diverse recreational background: we are looking for someone with a passion for all types of trail recreation, i.e.; mountain biking, hiking, motorcycles, and horseback riding.
Member Benefits Include: 1. A total taxable living allowance (before taxes) of $6,672, paid over term of service. 2. Upon successful completion of a term of service, eligible members/leaders receive an education award of $2,887. The education award can be used to repay qualified student loans, for further education in an accredited institution of higher learning, vocational or trade schools. The education award is taxed in the year that it is used. 3. Loan forbearance (after successful completion of a term of service, AmeriCorps will pay the accrued interest on qualified loans, which is taxable). 4. Free housing for intern is provided by service site.
Transportation Information: 1. Project site is not accessible by public transportation. 2. Agency/Organization vehicles are available for work-related travel. 3. Intern is responsible for travel to and from orientation and to and from duty station
***For more open positions and detailed position descriptions with full application instructions, please visit: http://www.mtadamsinstitute.com/jobs/.***
Developer for web and application for KSD.
1000 W 4th AVE
$58,185 to $72,554 annual salary plus benefits
Summary: Kennewick School District is recruiting for an internal developer who will be responsible for developing and maintaining website customizations for PowerSchool and SharePoint sites. Develop or maintain scripts and/or applications for handling data being moved between various applications using flat files and/or APIs. Microsoft and Oracle SQL database knowledge for queries used to display data in websites through various methods. Using APIs between various sites for display or transmission of data. Strive to create visually appealing sites that feature user-friendly design and clear navigation.
Previous experience developing web applications.
Experience with Microsoft Office 2013 or later.
Must have reliable transportation to get to work.
Alternative experience, skill, and ability may be substituted at the Kennewick School District's discretion.
Demonstrate the high degree of skill and knowledge expected in the responsibilities listed under the headings "Essential Duties and Responsibilities", General Requirements", "Physical Demands", and "Work Environment".
Willingness to comply with district board policies and established programs.
Evidence of ability to be a self-starter with a demonstrated ability to problem-solve.
Show a history of dependability and punctuality, along with positive evaluations and recommendations.
Evidence of ability to organize and prioritize in order to meet the district's needs and deadlines.
Evidence of ability to determine the scope of work and information needed, and make time estimates for projects.
Evidence of ability to establish and maintain a tactful, cooperative, and effective relationship with fellow employees, district staff, and administrators.
Evidence of ability to approach assigned work in a professional manner, working toward the common goal of teamwork, pride in service delivery and continuous improvement.
Two years previous experience with web application development.
Strong data mining and data analysis skills including data warehouse programming skills.
Develop ad hoc reports to support the educational process.
Multimedia Content Development for display in web site.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration or a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical training, or experience.
Knowledge of SQL 2014 and Oracle 10 including complex joins and data retrieval.
Write / optimize SQL queries for improved database performance.
JavaScript, Angular JS, JQuery
Knowledge in the use of APIs
Cross-browser compatibility
Security Principles
Object-Oriented Design
Web Services (REST/SOAP)
Knowledge of Apache and IIS
Interact with and support users with complex problems experienced on the site.
Web User Interface Design (UI)
Assist with Process Improvement Process by contributing and looking for opportunities to develop application solutions that add value by automating tasks, gathering better data, providing better customer service experiences, etc.
Support and enhance existing applications in a timely and accurate manner
Knowledge of Windows Server 2012/2016
Complete assigned IT helpdesk tickets
Work with IT Department, Helpdesk staff, vendors, and other KSD staff as required
Perform other duties assigned by the Executive Director of Information Technology
Ability to complete all aspects of a project from data retrieval to final display and interaction
Kennewick School District's Non-Discrimination Policy
The Kennewick School District provides equal access to all programs and services without discrimination based on sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation, including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or use of trained dog, guide or service animal by a person with a disability, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:
To apply and for additional information please see: https://kennewick.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=6980
Archibald's in Kennewick is hiring one salesperson. Car sales experience is required.
If you are currently an automobile car salesperson and want to advance your career, this could be a great opportunity for you. It's true, we seldom hire in our sales department, but we are growing at a rate that we can no longer keep up with just four salespeople. If you have proven success and simply want to get out of that rat race of most dealerships, call us.
The best part about working for Archibald's is our product. We sell only the absolute cream of the crop and our prices are extremely competitive. We don't price cars up just to mark them down, so you avoid hours spent negotiating with your customer. Our customers are treated fair, so they are happy.
As far as your pay goes, you won't find a better place to work. We don't have all the typical "packs" that the typical dealer has. We don't have our own service department, so you don't get killed on all that artificial markup either. You'll never be cheated or lied to. We want our people to prosper and enjoy a great life both here and outside of the workplace. Are you a top performer? We will work out a pay guarantee to eliminate the fear of changing jobs.
We do require that you have auto sales experience as we have no training systems in place.
Respond to this ad, call us, Sean Miller call: (509) 737-1199
or come in person, Clearwater avenue at Taft street. We will keep your contact and visit confidential as we know how the rumor mill is around here.
Archibald's Inc. is an equal opportunity employer regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, marital status, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, on-the-job injury, sexual orientation, political affiliation or belief. Employment decisions are made without consideration of these or any other factors that employers are prohibited by law from considering. Any discriminatory action can be a cause for disciplinary action. Archibald's Inc. also prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities and will reasonably accommodate applicants with a disability, upon request, and will also ensure reasonable accommodation for employees with a disability.
Parts Associate-Bilingual (Pasco, WA)
POSITION SUMMARY: Emphasis on customer service. Possess knowledge in the basic functions of parts related to automobiles and light duty trucks. Capable in dealing intelligently with customers both in person and over the phone.
Medical, dental, vision, life, short term and long term disability insurance
401(k) with company contribution
Promotion from within
Paid vacation and sick day
Referral bonuses
Employee discounts on automobiles, parts and service at all McCurley locations
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS• Provide a high level of customer service to both internal and external customers.• Sell parts to retail, wholesale and internal customers, suggesting additional items related to the request.• Handle phone calls quickly, providing requested information in a professional manner.• Clean, revise and update parts and accessory displays.• Pick parts for will call and delivery orders.• Ship parts via appropriate carrier when needed.• Stock parts.• Assist with annual and perpetual inventories.• Assist with picking, packing, and shipment of returns.• Contact customers when special orders arrive.• Keep bins, aisles, counters and storage areas clean and uncluttered.• Complete all required training.• Other assorted tasks as assigned by lead counter person and parts manager.
REQUIREMENTS• 3 years minimum work experience in automotive parts industry.• Excellent people skills.• Valid driver's license with clean driving record.• Will be subject to a background check.• Must be Bilingual (English/Spanish)
To apply please click this link:
https://careers.hireology.com/mccurleyintegri…/…/description •Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
Seasonal Groundskeeper (FT until November) (Walla Walla)
Our grounds and property are beautiful!!! Would you like to help us keep it nice? We have an opening for a Seasonal Groundskeeper at our 10-acre continuing care retirement community of over 300 residents.
Will work full-time for SEVEN (7) MONTHS starting ASAP until the end of November 2017.
Responsibilities include: - Maintenance of lawns, gardens, shrubs - Installation and maintenance of irrigation systems
REQUIREMENTS: - Grounds maintenance experience preferred, willing to train the right person. - Must be 18+ years of age. - Ability to work in all weather conditions while performing physical labor (push, pull, bend, dig, climb, walk, lift and carry 50 lbs.). - Excellent verbal communication skills to interact with other employees, vendors and residents. - Enjoy working within a small team. - Ability to safely operate standard power equipment for grounds maintenance activities. - Valid driver license strongly preferred. - Occasional overtime and weekend work as required. - Bocce skills are a plus!
$11.50 to $12.50 per hour, DOE.
Great benefits for full-time (even seasonal!) employees include: - Insurance (available by your 3rd month of employment) - Vacation - Sick Leave - Holiday Pay and Personal Holidays - Direct Deposit - 401(k) Retirement Plan
Pre-employment and random drug screens; criminal background check conducted.
Application can be obtained from Administration Building or www.oddfellows.com\employment. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Position available to wash boats and RV's as well as maintain the lot. This is a full time position. Monday through Friday. Some Weekends may be needed. Please contact Joe at (509) 586-8213 to apply or for additional questions. Traveland RV & Marine 915 S. Ely Kennewick, Wa 99336
Epic Lawn Care & Landscaping is hiring for the following positions.
Lawn Care Technician (prefer licensed operator)
Lawn Maintenance Crew leader
Landscape Crew Leader
Lawn Maintenance Crew Member
Landscape Crew Member
Irrigation Technician
Outside Sales
We are also seeking an Office Assistant.
To apply, please arrive Tuesday, April 25th at 10am.
4008 W Clearwater Ave (parking is in the back)
Bring your photo I.D.
Ice Harbor Brewery and Pub is looking for a mature, experienced, self-motivated part time server with a positive attitude who loves taking care of guests. If this sounds like you and you want to work in a fun environment with a great group of regular customers please apply IN PERSON at 206 N Benton St. #C in Kennewick. Hours will vary and will likely start at about 15 hours per week. Nights and weekends are a must. Applications may be picked up in person or online at iceharbor.com. No phone calls please. Electronically submitted applications and applications/resumes will not be considered.
Cedars Restaurant is looking for a night bartender/server.
Hours are afternoons and evenings, between 2:00 to 11:00ish PM. Schedule can be 3 to 5 shifts per week.
Must be over 21, fast moving, quick learning, responsible, and friendly.
Must have bartending experience and references, food handler and liquor server/ bartender permits.
Apply in person, after 4:00 PM
Cedars Restaurant 355 Clover Island Drive, Kennewick
Uncle Sam’s Salon
Taking Apps for line cook and bartender/server. Very busy establishment, must be able to multi-task. APPLY @ 8378 w GAGE BLVD Kennewick WA.
Looking for a reliable maintenance person for Fairfield inn in Kennewick. If you are interested in the position and have some knowledge of maintenance, please send resumes to kaylee@hotelsa1.com or come into the hotel directly and apply
Jack in the Box is currently hiring for Team Members in your area. We're looking for friendly, customer oriented individuals with good math, reading, writing and verbal communication skills.
As a Team Member you will: -Focus on providing excellent customer service to guests and ensuring a hassle free experience -Treat others with dignity and respect -Enjoy working in a fast-paced, high energy, and team-oriented environment -Have high ethical standards -Willingly accept and comply with Company grooming and appearance standards -Learn to work a variety of positions within the restaurant -Open availability is preferred
Please apply in person at 7214 Burden Blvd. Pasco WA 99301
Retail Administrative Support Team, Part Time: Kennewick, WA, Macy’s Columbia Center

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