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Guaranty job opening:
works well with others and has a great attitude!
is willing to learn new skills
has detail experience (preferred, but not required)
Clean and polish vehicle windows
Transport vehicles to different departments
Provide customer transportation
Other duties as assigned.
Requirements; Valid driver license & self-motivated
Lindsey M Johnson (She/Her)
Human Resources Director
This is a great opportunity for someone who likes to work on cars and you would have a chance to learn to be a Lube technician
Here is an awesome apprenticeship opportunity through Knife River:
"It is an on the job, four year training program that will leave you with advanced knowledge of the construction industry, as well as expert skills in the safe operation of a variety of tools and equipment. Training and education consists of time spent in the field and in the classroom, which is accompanied by an excellent benefits package and a competitive wage that is based on completion of competency assessments every 6 months."
Future Apprenticeship Opportunity
Knife River Oregon Joint Apprenticeship Committee
(MA 2035) –Grading & Paving Apprentice Operator Program
Interested in learning how to operate heavy equipment, but not sure where to start? Our Light Grading & Paving Apprentice Operator Program is for you! This on the job, 4 year training program will leave you with advanced knowledge of the construction industry, as well as expert skills in the safe operation of a variety of tools and equipment. Training and education consists of time spent in the field and in the classroom, which is accompanied by an excellent benefits package and a competitive wage that is based on completion of competency assessments every 6 months. Knife River is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and we highly encourage women and minorities to apply.
✔ Seventeen (17) years of age at the time of application and eighteen (18) years of age at the time of placement into the apprenticeship program.
✔ Must be a high school graduate with a diploma or have a GED certificate or be in the last term/semester of high school (diploma will be required before placement into apprenticeship program)
Applications Available April 18th through May 6th Only
Application packets will be available at the following locations only and must be picked up in person between the dates of April 18th to May 6th. Receipt acknowledgement required.
• Tangent Main Office, 32260 Old Hwy 34 in Tangent – 541-918-5100
• Portland Metro Main Office, 12222 NW Marina Way in Portland – 503-944-3500 • Farmington Office, 21880 SW Farmington Rd. in Beaverton – 503-944-3500
• Central Oregon Main Office, 64500 OB Riley Road in Bend – 541-388-0445
Completed applications must be mailed to: 32260 Old Hwy 34, Tangent, OR 97389 Attn: Amanda Bewley
Applications due by the end of business day on May 6th
3 Geographical Areas for the Apprenticeship Program:
South Region – Benton, Lane, Lincoln, Linn and Douglas Counties
North Region – Clackamas, Columbia, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Washington and Yamhill Counties East Region – Deschutes, Jefferson, Grant, Harney, Wasco, Wheeler & Malheur Counties **A Pool of Eligibles will be established for each geographical area.
Grading and Paving operators provide grading and paving construction services to homeowners, commercial businesses and State and Federal agencies. Job sizes range from installing a private home driveway to constructing large expanses of interstate highway. You will be responsible for the safe operation of a variety of tools and equipment, including rollers, excavators, motor graders, dozers, trucks, paving machines, screeds, backhoes and pickup machines. You will also use a wide range of powered and non powered small tools including shovels, rakes, hand controlled compaction machines, paving breakers/jack hammers, pumper and generators. As an apprentice, you will be directly involved in job site layout, as a grade checker and traffic control (flagger). CDL prep courses and trucking driving are a training requirement for the apprenticeship program, and will required having a valid driver’s license.
Program Duration: 3775 Hours of on-the-job training (usually 4 years), and related training (academic/classroom training) of A minimum of 144 hours of related training shall be required during each year for each of the first two (2) years of the program, and a minimum of 40 hours of related training shall be required during any subsequent years.
Work in this trade is usually active April through November (weather dependent) and the classroom training usually falls sometime in the “off-season” (December – March).
Hours will vary depending on workload, but all apprentices must be able to work overtime, if necessary.
Sliding scale beginning at 80% of a fully qualified Journey Level Operator’s base rate of $30.64 per hour. Pay increases and program advancement is evaluated every six months and is based on the ability to satisfactory complete competency assessments.
Must be a motivated self-starter with a positive attitude and have the ability to work well with others. Willingness to learn and be able to follow directions is vital. Must be able to bend, stoop, lift, push, pull and be on your feet for long periods of time, in all weather conditions. General knowledge of highway construction is helpful, but not necessary.
Applicants will be placed in an initial Pool of Eligibles based on a Point System. Each Geographic Work area will have a separate Pool. The top 10 applicants from each Pool of Eligibles will be scheduled for an oral interview. The application and interview scores will be combined to determined placement in the Ranked Pool of Eligibles. Apprentices will be selected in order from the Ranked Pool. For specific details regarding the Point System, please see the application packet.
The BOLI/ODOT Heavy Highway Workforce Development Program (HHWDP) offers support services to Apprentices. Details regarding the supportive services can be found at www.coopercm.com/hhwdp, and will be included in the application packet.
This program is registered with the Oregon State Apprenticeship & Training Council and recognized by the Bureau of Labor and Industries.
For more information, please contact
Lauren Farmen at 541-693-5962
Knife River is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race (including physical characteristics that are historically associated with race, including but not limited to natural hair, hair texture, hair type and protective hairstyle
color), color, religion, gender, national origin, gender identity, disability, age, marital status, protected veteran status, creed, status with regard to public assistance, sexual orientation, or any other characteristics protected under local, state or federal law.