Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Job Opportunities

Seeking Navajo Tribal Members for demolition and abatement at Pueblo Pintado and Ojo Encino, New Mexico;

-          General Laborers (12)
-          Certified asbestos abatement and  lead removal staff (5)
-          Night Watchman (1)
-          Front End Loader Operator (1)
-          Flagman (1)
Interested applicants must complete the survey, you will need to follow the link below.
Here is the website:

Applicants will enter the username:  04442831u

It will then ask for applicant’s 7 digit phone number and social security number.  This is how Labor Ready will find out if they qualify or not. 
Once they take the survey, they can call the branch at (505) 986-9590 so Labor Ready can let them know whether they qualify or not so we can start the screening process before April 9.  When the applicants show up on 4/9 they will need to have their right to work documents to fill out an I-9.  Such as a ID & Social security card.  Native American Tribal documents work as well. 

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.


Carlo Best
Branch Manager

Labor Ready
a TRUEBLUE company
1527 Fifth Street
Santa Fe, NM 87505

(505) 986-9590  Office
(505) 570-7929  Mobile
(505) 986-9594  Fax



Shop Welder/Yardman (Farmington, NM)
compensation: D.O.E.
Fence Tech is seeking a Shop Welder/Yardman, some field work required. Must be able to measure accurately and must be able to mig weld. Fence installation experience a plus. Drug screen mandatory. 23 CR 3257 Aztec, NM 87410


Human Resources Specialist (Vernal, UT)
compensation: DOE
JOB SUMMARY: Provides functional HR guidance while ensuring compliance and maintenance of personnel records, coordinating employee benefits, payroll, office administration, safety and all other human resource functions.

1. Guides the development and implementation of all HR functions, policies and procedures. Assists with various tasks, projects and assignments as needed to implement the overall HR infrastructure and functions. Assist supervisors with questions and employee problems.
2. Maintains organized, up-to-date employee files, benefit paperwork, workers compensation, I-9, W-4 forms and other filing and record keeping.
3. Completes new hire and termination paperwork.
4. Interfaces with payroll, insurance and retirement plan providers providing information as needed.
5. Records employee information such as personal data, compensation, benefits, tax data, attendance, performance reviews or evaluations, and termination date and reason. Completes payroll paperwork for all benefit, salary and employment changes. Updates employee files to document personnel actions and to provide information for payroll and other uses.
6. Maintains up-to-date employee organization charts.
7. Assists with recruiting and hiring new employees.
8. Tracks employee eligibility for medical, life, dental and 401(k) enrollment.
9. Conducts new employee orientations, benefit orientations and enrollment for eligible employees.
10. Assists employees with questions, changes and problems with benefits.
11. Handles 401(k) notification for terminating employees.
12. Handles termination paperwork and sets-up exit interviews. May conduct exit interviews.
13. Up-dates posting requirements on all employee bulletin boards.
14. Assists with insurance bills and verifies new hire and termination bill accuracy.
15. Processes employment applications and assists in other employment activities and functions.
16. Compiles data from personnel records and prepares reports.
17. Maintains a presence on the plant floor to champion relationship building.
18. Serves as an "independent sounding board & voice" for the employee.
19. Other task as assigned.

1. Proficient in: Word, Excel, Windows, Outlook and other software as needed.
2. Strong interpersonal communication skills, friendly personality and positive attitude
3. Strong attention to detail skills
4. Must be able to maintain confidentially.

The minimum education and experience requirements for this position are as follows:
1. High school diploma or general education degree (GED).
2. Three plus years HR Professional, hiring manager, or similar role or related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
3. Associates degree or Bachelor's degree is preferred. PHR or SPHR preferred. Knowledgeable in general human resource management practices, safety and related employment.



Case Foundation Company is seeking Construction Workers to join our team for a short duration project located in Cameron, AZ beginning Mid April 2014. 
  CONCRETE LABORER will be responsible for general labor working around drilled shaft foundations.
  Forklift Operator will be responsible for hoisting & placing various materials & tooling on site.  Must have Certified Forklift Training.
  Wheel Loader/Operator will be responsible for operating Loader equipped with front-mounted hydraulically powered bucket/scoop to lift & transport dirt to and from stockpile location. Performs routine maintenance on loader & complete daily equipment reports. Must have a valid driver’s license.
  Oiler will be responsible for assisting the drill rig operator in excavation & drilled shaft foundations by monitoring the diameter, depth & stability of the drilled shaft, including changing tooling, observing & recognizing varying soil classifications to troubleshoot & detect material problems. Must have 2-3 year demonstrated industry experience with installation of drilled shaft foundations.
  Crane Operator will be responsible for operating, inspecting & maintaining the crane against defect & malfunctions including hoisting & transporting materials, observing load hookup & determining load safety, manipulating crane controls, speed & directions of crane and movement according to written, verbal or signal instructions. Must have 2 years’ experience as Crane Operator & CCO Certification.
  Drill Rig Operator will be responsible for operating an IMT European drill rig for excavation of drilled shaft foundations.  Must have 2-3 years’ experience operating AF300 drill rig or larger.
  Qualified candidates will have 10 hour OSHA and First Aid & Safety training preferred.
  If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please send your resume via fax to:
ATTN:  HR - Cameron
  EOE – We encourage workforce diversity.
  In accordance with the NPEA, we grant preference in employment to qualified Navajos.

SUPPORT COACH POSITIONS (VARIOUS SHIFTS): Looking for energetic creative and responsible individuals to support developmentally disabled adults to live independently in their own homes. Make a difference in your community by assisting individuals to increase their independence with household chores, job skills, and participation in community events. Must enjoy being active and helping others. Excellent entry-level experience in the human service field. FLEXIBLE HOURS/SHIFTS, SHIFTS AVAILABLE 24 HRS-DAY, EVENING, OVERNIGHTS AND WEEKEND. Required: High School Diploma or GED, 18 years of age minimum, valid driver's license, clean security check, clean driving record, current T.B. test certificate, ability to read, write and lift. Apply in person at 503 S. William Bldg. 16 (next to UPS) in Gallup. Disability Services Inc. DSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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