January 3, 2018
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The Town of St John is Seeking Applications for a Public Works Maintenance Position. The full-time position will require a wide variety of semi-skilled and skilled maintenance and repair tasks, and other functions necessary to meet the goals and objectives of the Town. Current holders of Water and Sewer Certifications are preferred. The position will require First Aid and Pesticide Applicators License within the first year of employment which will be paid by the City. A combination of experience and training that provides the candidate with the knowledge and ability to perform the job will be considered. Candidates must be within 30 minute response time to St. John. The Town of St John is an equal opportunity employer. Salary will be based on qualifications and experience. Benefits and retirement are also offered. Questions, contact Linda Hayes at Town of St John, P.O. Box 298, St. John, WA 99171 or 509-648-3905 or stjohn@stjohncable. com All applications are due by January 31, 2018. 52/4
DEPUTY CORONER – TRAINEE – Whitman Co Coroner’s Office. Part-time on-call position. Under supervision of the coroner, chief deputy coroner, training to be a deputy coroner, completing investigations and follow-up to determine cause and manner of death. Required: High school diploma or equivalent, valid driver’s license, pass background check, computer basics, knowledge of investigative techniques, and basic anatomy and physiology. Ability to communicate in multiple settings. STARTING SALARY: $17.00; $0.90 per hour on-call. CLOSING DATE: Open until filled. Applications available at www.whitmancounty.org or 400 N. Main St., Colfax, (509) 397-5244 AA/EOE. 51/3
Pediatric Home Care is seeking a qualified and passionate Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in WHITMAN COUNTY and the surrounding areas, to assist with the home health needs of our local pediatric patients. Shifts Available: Weekdays, Overnights and Weekends. Job Requirements:**Must be licensed as an LPN or RN in Washington**Must have current CPR card (AHA or Red Cross)**Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision. Job Related Duties:· Focus on the medical needs and treatment of infants, children and adolescents primarily in their home according to the active plan of care, as given by the physician and other appropriate personnel· Patient Assessments· Administration of prescribed medication, treatments and therapies· Coordination of care· Health promotion and teaching· Training of family members. If we sound like a good fit for you, we would love to set up an interview. Please call us at (509) 368-9252 to find a time that works for you. Working for PHC is an incredibly rewarding experience. We try to give our nurses every opportunity to grow and learn new skills. Here are some of the benefits we offer: Flexible Schedules (Day and Night shifts available; 8, 10 and 12 hours)**Competitive Pay*Night and Weekend Differentials**Holiday Pay and Potential for Overtime**Full Time/Part Time/PRN**Trach/Vent courses offered**Opportunities to move up as Clinical Supervisors**Paid training and orientation I hope to meet you soon! Thank you for your interest in our company. Sincerely, Ike Okoli, Location Director. 47/7
Whitman County Humane Society, Pullman Pets for Adoption: Bosco 5 yo nM Pit Bull Terrier, Hugo 2 yo nM ACD/Shepherd Mix, Arnold 2 yo nM Pit Bull Terrier, Toby 1 yo nM Pit Bull Terrier, 13 Cats, 9 Kittens, 2 Rabbits, 2 Guinea Pigs. We are in great need for foster homes for kittens and cats. See our website for more information. 1340 SE Old Moscow Hwy, Pullman, WA. 509-332-3422. Open Tuesday-Saturday, 1 – 6 p.m. Website www.whitmanpets.org
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Timothy Hay, Tekoa. Large, round bales, $30. Average weight 544 lbs. By the ton, $100. No rain, barn-stored. Will load. Call 509-284-6365 or 509-953-4578. Cash only. 49/7