Auto & Residential Glass Installer– $15.00/HR. Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Employer is willing to train the right candidate (must be self-starter, fast learner and motivated). Duties include, cutting, installing glass and testing for leaks on auto and residential windows. Own tools a plus. To apply visit our website at www.allstarlabor.com to complete the online application, you will be asked to upload a resume.
Maintenance Tech- $12/DOE. 9am to 5pm Mon-Fri (schedule is subject to change). Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle to get to job sites located in Veneta, Eugene, and Springfield. Other properties in Cottage Grove, Lebanon, and Salem will require work at times; in these situations, you will meet at the main shop in Eugene and ride with another employee in a company vehicle. 1. Plumbing: includes the repair, replacement of faucets, pipes, hot water elements, toilets, garbage disposals, dishwashers, water-dispensing refrigerators, and washing machines.2. Electrical includes the repair, replacement of power switches, fuses, wall sockets, ceiling lights, ceiling fans, climate control systems, and garage doors openers.3. Drywall repair: includes filling and patching holes caused by nails and minor dings from normal wear and tear most commonly performed between the time a tenant vacates a unit and a new renter assumes occupancy.4. Painting: includes minor touch-ups following damage repair and new coats of paint applied to unit walls between the time a tenant vacates a unit and a new renter assumes occupancy.5. Appliance repair: includes the repair, replacement of major household appliances, such as refrigerators, dishwashers, range ovens, washers and dryers, hot water tanks, and air conditioners.6. Grounds keeping: includes mowing grass, pulling weeds, trimming and pruning trees and shrubs, watering lawns and plants, replacing light bulbs along pathways and parking areas, sweeping or raking leaves, and tidying up bark or other ground covering.7. Cleaning/housekeeping: includes maintaining a neat and clean appearance in shared community locations, such as the leasing office lobby, clubhouses, and recreational areas also includes cleaning fixtures, floors and other surfaces in vacated units before new renters assume occupancy.8. Snow removal: includes shoveling, blowing or plowing snow away from covered walkways and driveways, and laying down rock salt atop icy surfaces to prevent slipping.9. Customer service: includes professional, prompt and courteous correspondence with renters when scheduling and providing maintenance services, and with contracted vendors that provide additional facility services.10. Time management: includes maintaining an organized scheduling and tracking system, usually on a work order, computer or phone, to effectively complete all maintenance requests in a timely manner and in the order by which they were received or by level of urgency.11. Full renovations of rentals that can involve all of the above plus building and construction within the units to remove/install cabinetry, walls, flooring, plumbing, and electrical. Attire: construction/maintenance appropriate attire required. Other Notes: if possible bring a basic set of hand tools (screwdrivers, hammer, channel locks, tape measure, etc.).
Janitorial- $10.50, Full-time, Monday to Friday (weekend shifts available) shifts are 4pm to 12:30am at one location, we have another location with shifts starting at 6pm to 3am (1/2 hour overtime per day worked). Basic janitorial duties. Duties may include sweeping, mopping, wiping down surfaces, taking out garbage, and others as assigned, all locations includes bathroom cleaning. **This position is offered through an employer that has been certified by the Oregon Department of Administrative Services as a Qualified Rehabilitation Facility and is part of a State Program established to create jobs for people with disabilities. Only persons with disabilities will be eligible for hire. Providing information about your disability is voluntary and will be kept confidential. We would preferably want people with disabilities that are considered severe enough to impact regular functioning, and that need accommodations normal employers would not offer in order to work. ***Authority granted from BOLI to discriminate towards disabilities over able-bodied***
Temp Admin Assistant– Position is located in Swisshome Oregon (near Florence), position is from May to July or August. Wage $10.75/HR DOE. Answering phones, filing, excellent communication skills, confidential, proficient in MS Excel and Word, ten-key, well organized and a self-starter. Ability to assist in the day-to-day office needs and duties, office cleaning and communication with co-workers.
Experienced Commercial and Residential Painters– Monday to Friday (may be asked to work weekends). Wage is $15+ DOE. Candidates must have experience, own (reliable) transportation, own tools. Resume required with references. Background and drug screen are required.
Experience CNC Laser Operator- $16-$20/HR DOE- Swing Shift. Background and drug screen required. Basic Functions of Position: Set up, load, adjust and operate a CNC Laser to produce ordered parts requiring tight tolerance burning. Confirm order requirements are met, including the proper selection of job priority, material, lenses, speed, and program loading. First Article Inspection on all production runs to specified tolerances, and dimensional check. Machine productivity, efficiency and safe operation. Material yield and utilization. Make adjustments, edit programs, etc. to optimize production quality and efficiency. Select lens, machine speed, pierce time, and other operational controls. Feedback to CNC Programmer on program accuracy and efficiency. Record changes made in programming, lens selection, machine adjustments, etc. on traveler. Routine maintenance, care, and cleaning of equipment and work area. Training of new employees. Fill out necessary forms and paperwork, including routing sheets, time cards, production reports, etc. Mark all cut product with appropriate job order information and routing information. Ensure proper routing of all cut material to next work station occurs. Handle material with use of overhead crane or forklift. Perform all work functions within established safety guidelines, policies, and procedures. Other duties as assigned by supervisor. Minimum of three months CNC Laser experience. Ability to read and interpret prints. Must understand program editing, basic machine functions, safe operations, machine adjustments and reading, basic math, and dimensional knowledge. Able to read English SAE and metric tapes and micrometers. Full understanding of material flow and routing.
Day, and Swing Production (Stick Layer, General Labor, Graveyard Clean-up), Eugene, OR – Ability to stand up to 10 hours per day, lift up to 50lbs and squat, bend and twist at the waist repetitively. Will be trained on use of fall protection and proper stick placement techniques $12/HR will be eligible for $1.00 every month depending in work ethic and attendance. Will max out at $15.00/HR by end of probation period.
Residential and Commercial Painters, Eugene, OR – Painters, Construction and Maintenance positions needed, Needs some experience painting commercial and residential homes/building, Own tools (experienced painter will know what tools), Job site will vary, Valid driver’s license, Painter Paints, shirt (no logos),Experience with adhesives, cleaning solutions, wood finish, must be able to read a tape measure, read schematics and specifications, use pressure washing equipment, operate spray paint equipment, shift will vary, possible weekends, Day shift $12-$16 DOE.
Press Break Operator, Eugene, OR – $11.00/DOE Swing and weekends. The Press Brake Operator is responsible for assisting and following direction in regard to Safety, Quality and Production of product that meet customers’ requirements. The operator must be able to translate between two and three-dimensional views to evaluate tooling and clearance limits to create accurate, efficient and reproducible forming sequences.
Journeyman Carpenter / General Contractor – Eugene, OR., starting wage from $12.00-$25/DOE, must have own transportation, valid driver’s license, Carpentry hand tools, tool belt, valid driver’s license and insured vehicle. At least 3-years’ experience.
Warehouse Labor – Eugene/Springfield, OR, No Felonies, Drug Screen required $12.00/DOE, Multiple positions available, drivers, flower processors (will prepare flowers for shipping), pulling orders, All Shifts.
Landscaping / Grounds Keeper – Eugene, OR, Insurable Driver’s License, knowledge of and ability to operate lawn mowers, weed eaters, blowers and other lawn and garden equipment. Will works in various locations in the Eugene / Springfield area. Background Check and Drug Screen Required. M-F $12.25.
Day Porter/Residential Cleaners– Eugene, OR, MUST have own vehicle to drive from one location to another cleaning residential homes and commercial buildings. Swing shifts 6pm to 2:30am, 6pm to 11pm. Depending on shift hours will increase over time. Background and Drug Screen required, depending on position DMV screen will be ran. $10.25/DOE.
Hospitality– Hiring for Servers and Housekeepers, must have Food Handers, experience in cleaning hotel rooms (folding hospital corners), shift and days vary. Required attire is black shoes, black pants and black button up shirts. $10.25 to $110.00/HR.
Welder/Fabricator, Eugene, OR, Must have experience in Mig and Tig. Ability to pass a weld test. Shifts are swing- Monday to Thursday, 4:00PM – 2:30AM. Weekend shift might be a possibility, Friday – Sunday 6:00Am to 6:30PM. Wage is $15/DOE. Must pass Weld Test, Background and Drug Screens.
Production Laborers (Preglue, Glueline, Finish), Swisshome, OR- Manufacturing experience desirable but not required. Must be a team player who works well with others within a crew. Must possess a “can do” attitude, be punctual and hard working. Must be safety oriented and follow company safety rules. Reliable transportation to and from job site. Job Duties: Perform physical labor that requires repetitive movement, use of hand held power tools, as required. Ability to perform assigned tasks safely, perform various duties as assigned. Full time, Monday – Friday 6:00AM to 2:30PM, Swing 2:30PM to 11:30PM, some overtime required, and some Saturdays. Must be able to pass pre-employment drug screen (which includes THC-federally compliant) and background check. $13.00 to start, possibly more depending on skills and experience. Competitive benefit package available after completion of probationary period.
Electrician, Swisshome, OR- Install, maintain, repair and replace electrical equipment in plant. Must be hard working, reliable and conscientious. Must have good understanding of electrical controls, have good understanding of electricity, now how to do wiring. Tasks include, troubleshooting all electrical breakdowns. Responsible for installation, maintain, repair. Monitor equipment for PM. Frequent overtime and replacement of all electrical equipment in plant; and in keeping with the efficient and consistent operation of the plant. Assist Millwright in work. Hand Tools Used- Electrical meters, hand tools that pertain to electrician’s work. Maintain all equipment in plant, maintain rolling stock, do any fabrication needed, grind planner knives and scarfer heads, sharpen skill saw blades, make up blades for band saws, Prior to hire, applicant must pass required background check and pre-employment drug screen (which includes THC-federally compliant). Monday to Friday, shift will vary and will be discussed in interview. Wage DOE, starting at $18/HR.
Entry Level Mill Positions– Jasper, OR- . Shift would be Mon-Friday from 10:30pm to 7:00am. No experience required, candidate needs to be reliable and have transportation to and from shift. Wage is $11.00/HR (DOE). Must pass background and drug screen.
General Labor– Harrisburg, OR- Position would be feeding the Wet Dryer, no experience required. Monday to Friday 7:00AM- 3:00PM, $11.00/HR. Swing shift also available, position would be setting up the Wet Line for the next shift. Shit would be from 2:30pm to 11pm Mon-Fri, $11.50/Hr. Must be dependable, have reliable transportation. Background and drug screen require.
Heavy Truck Mechanic– $15 to $18/HR (Temp to Hire), full benefits after probation period. Night shift (3:30pm to Midnight), potential overtime. Assist in complete overhaul and testing of gas and diesel engines. Assist in the repair and overhaul of various heavy equipment which could include crawler and wheel tractors, portable cranes, brooms, front end loaders, rollers, subgrade mixers, motor grades, compactors, pumps and air compressors. Ability to weld and use of torches and operations of lathes, saws, shapers, grinders, and presses. Heavy equipment parts familiarization including: parts catalogs, procurement, handling, storage, and cost of heavy equipment parts. Analyzes malfunctions and repairs, rebuilds, and maintains equipment. Operates and inspects machines or equipment to diagnose defects. Dismantles and reassembles equipment, using hoists and hand tools. Examines parts for damage or excessive wear, using micrometers and gauges. Replaces defective engines and subassemblies, such as transmissions. Tests overhauled equipment to ensure operating efficiency (must be able to operate all equipment). Welds broken parts and structural members. May direct workers engaged in cleaning parts and assisting with assembly and disassembly of equipment. Perform record keeping of time and parts used on the appropriate forms. Perform general cleaning of work areas and maintenance areas. Assist other maintenance department staff in performing the duties necessary to assure the efficiency of operations of vehicles. Ability to work day shift, night shift and weekends as needed to make repairs necessary in the field and to perform preventive maintenance practices necessary to increase service life of equipment. Ability to be flexible with last minute schedule changes, location changes, time of shift changes. Overtime work may be required. CDL Class A self-certified non-excepted interstate and current DOT physical card is required within the first 90 days of employment Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to work well with others in a group or one on one setting. Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed, but uninvolved written or oral instructions To perform this job successfully, an individual should be able to type and use keyboards accurately and have knowledge of Database software. Ability to do basic math. Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screen and physical, and background check.
Electrician– Direct Hire, $32.00/HR. Background check required. Monday to Friday, (some Saturday). Assist the maintenance department in maintaining and troubleshooting of PLC-controlled systems. Perform preventative maintenance and major repairs when mills are not running. Enhancing and/or upgrading existing systems. Implementing new systems. Improving existing systems and/or performance. Run and pull wire through conduit. General Journey, Plant Journey or LME license. Knowledge / experience with National Electric Code (NEC). Demonstrated ability to use PC to troubleshoot PLC-operated equipment. Knowledge of how electrical/PLC circuitry interacts with hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Knowledge of VFD’s and ability to troubleshoot them. Peripheral implementation: Drives, Analog & Digital Sensors and modules, Motion Control, HMI and third-party devices. Basic Understanding of Scanning and Optimization. Comfortable working at varying heights and using stairs and ladders throughout the shift. Ability to lift 50 pounds as needed. Willingness to work a rotating shift, with occasional overtime as needed. Work in an indoor and outdoor environment. Must pass background and drug screen.
Detailer– Temp to Hire- Wage $14.00+. Hours- To be discussed in interview- Must pass background and drug screen. Use blueprints to confirm correct parts and materials are used prior to layout. Use tape measure and pencil to mark raw materials according to print. Use hand grinder to grind rust off of metal materials in preparation for fabrication process. Operate drill press, mag drill, ironworker, torch, and other tools as needed to perform assigned tasks. Examine finished material to verify conformance with quality standards. High School diploma or equivalent (required). Basic reading, writing, comprehension, and math skills (required). Must be able to follow verbal work instructions through active listening. Must be able to read a tape measure accurately. Ability to read and interpret blueprints (plus).
Flame Burner– Temp to Hire, May be asked to work weekends. Swing and day shifts available. $12-$15/DOE. Must pass background and drug screen. Flame burning experience. Forklift experience. Overhead crane experience. Must pass background and drug screen.
Landscaping– Temp to Hire, Eugene, OR. $12.00- $18.00/HR DOE. Background and drug screen required. Monday to Friday 7am to 5:30pm. If you enjoy getting wet and the intricacies of maintaining and installing new irrigation systems for residential and commercial landscapes, we have a position open with our irrigation team. Many of these positions must have the physical ability to work hard and efficiently in the Oregon weather. This means the ability to lift 50lbs. repeatedly and up to 75lbs. occasionally. Mostly we work in teams, but some jobs can be completed independently. So, the right candidate must work well with others or on their own. Candidates are asked to have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation to and from work. Experience in landscape maintenance and/or construction/irrigation is helpful though we will train the right individuals. Knowledge and experience with correct hardscape installation techniques is helpful for our advanced construction positions, though will train the right individuals. Plant knowledge, pruning, weed identification all helpful for our maintenance position. High-end landscape maintenance and construction firm and are looking for the right individuals that bring creativity and a good work ethic to add to the team for full-time work throughout the year.
Camp Cook– Seasonal (June to August, location Philomath). Federal background and drug screen. Full time, seasonal position offering $375 per week with room and board. Plan and prepare nutritious meals for campers and staff. Provide varied and healthy vegetarian options reflective of the general main course for staff and campers who are vegetarians. Provide options for campers and staff with special dietary needs as necessary. Work with the assistant camp director in planning meals and menus. Prepare and serve meals as planned and on time. Prepare and serve meals that meet state health standards. Provide the assistant camp director with food order lists for meals in advance of order date. Check incoming food against orders and invoices. Return any damaged food or products immediately. Direct and assist with serving food and proper cooling and storing of leftovers. Direct and assist in maintaining the kitchen according to health, safety and sanitary standards. Assist the Assistant Camp Director with supervising the kitchen aides. Cook Qualifications: Knowledge of kitchen procedures and experience in quantity cooking. Knowledge of dietary needs such as gluten free, lactose intolerant, and vegetarian. Experience in a supervisory role, running a kitchen, meal planning, and placing large food orders helpful.
Kitchen Aid– Seasonal (June to August, located in Florence). Federal background and drug screen required. Full time, seasonal position offering $250 per week with room and board. Assist in food preparation as directed by the cook. Assist in serving food. Keep equipment, kitchen and food storage areas clean. Meet all health, safety and sanitary regulations. Prepare items to be used on tables. Fill pack-out meal requisitions. Wash all dishes.
Certified Flaggers– $12.00/HR. Background check required. Ability to stand for long periods of time. Transportation a must, as job sites will change.
Residential & Commercial Glazer– Position located in Florence, Monday/Friday 8am to 5pm. This is a temp to hire position. Wage is $16/$20 DOE.
Green Chain Pullers Needed– $15.45/HR. Pay increase to $16.45 after 30 days of good attendance. NO THC, must pass background. Shifts will be discussed at interview. Weekends may be required. Temp to hire positions.
Lifeguard– Seasonal for the Girl Scouts summer camp, located in Florene. Wage is $11.00/hr. includes free room and board. Candidate must have Lifeguard Certification recognized by the State of Oregon. Position start 6/24 to 8/22. Full background check required, and drug screen.
Paint Operator 2– Temp to hire position, hourly wage $15.68/hour. Shifts will be discussed in interview. Background and drug screen required. Ability to cut, prep and fit-up assigned material for preparation of fabrication process. Grind/sand rust off of assigned material for preparation of fabrication process. Operate hand tools as needed to perform assigned task. Examine finished material to verify conformance with quality/training standards. Clean/sweep work area as needed. Supports production team through professional communication and cooperation. May interact with various departments, department leads and shop supervisors to meet daily requirements. Works safely and follows all BHS policies and procedures for ensuring a safe work environment. Completes all required annual safety certifications. All other duties assigned.
Painters– $13.00-$25/DOE. Mostly residential, some commercial. No experience needed, no tools, no vehicle, painter paints provided (if needed). Temp to hire, this company is year around. Background required. Monday to Friday with occasional Saturdays from 8:00 am to 4:30pm.
Carpet Cleaning Tech– $10.25/HR (Temp to Hire- Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm (may require earlier or later shift). Will operate Chem- Dry carpet cleaning machine. Must be able to move machine and furniture at times. Must have valid driver’s license and clean driving record. Sales experience a plus. Background required.
Automotive/Fleet Industry Painter– $16/$20HR DOE. Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm (temp to hire). Candidate will need to be comfortable working for a small company where job duties vary. Must be willing to learn new skills and help with task across the company (not just paint related). Must have knowledge and experience is paint prep, masking, Light body work, mixing paint, troubleshooting, painting steel, aluminum, plastics and wood is a plus, both single stage and basecoat/ clear coat applications. Background check required.
Experience Forklift Driver with Lumber Mill Experience– $16.50/HR (temp to hire). Monday to Friday. Fast paced lumber mill, fast pace operations. Must have experience loading and unloading trucks and railcars. Steel toed boots required. Must pass drug screen and background.
Cabinet Designer– $16/$22 DOE. Temp to hire, shift will be discussed in interview. Proficiency in the use of drafting instruments and computer-aided design software, strong knowledge of millwork and/ or casework construction and production principles, techniques and materials, strong interpersonal, research and problem soling skills, and self- management are required. Desired skills: Knowledge of cabinet design, services and manufacturing operations. Ability to customize industry related software applications and documents procedures. 2+ years’ experience with design, manufacture and construction of customized commercial and or residential mill work and/or casework. Experience in drafting layouts, shop drawings and construction drawings for mill work and casework. Experience with computer-aided design software. Experience with design, manufacture and construction of customized commercial mill work and/or casework. Experience with AutoCAD and Cabinet Vision Solid software a plus. Full benefits including 401K after probation period. Background and drug screen required.
Assembler- $15.00 (temp to hire), swing shift. Read and interpret assembly blueprints and plan assembly operation of component. Position and align components for assembly manually or using overhead cranes. Adjust parts for proper fit and assembly using hand tools and power tools. Set and verify parts clearance. Fasten motor units to assemblies using hand tools and power tools. Connect cables and wiring according to specifications. Attach identification marks and warning stickers on components. Inspect, test, and adjust completed components to ensure that specifications, tolerances and customer order requirements are met. Punctuality and attendance are essential functions of the job. All other duties as assigned. Minimum Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent with 3+ years of experience assembling and testing large equipment as part of a team. Ability to read and interpret assembly blueprints required. Background and drug screen required.
Welder/Fabricators- $15/$20DOE (temp to hire) Day, swing and weekend shifts available. Position, align, fit, and weld parts to form complete product in assigned area, following blueprints and layout specifications. Study blueprints and Bill of Materials (BOM) to determine material requirements and task sequences. Verify conformance of materials to specification using squares, rulers and measuring tapes. Align and fit parts according to specification, locate and mark work-piece bending and cutting lines allowing for thickness, machine and welding shrinkage and other part specifications. Move work-piece into position, manually, with forklifts or overhead cranes. Setup and operate fabrication machines such as brakes, rolls, shears, flame cutters, grinders, and drill presses to bend, cut, form, punch, drill or otherwise form and assemble metal parts. Cleans and prepares surfaces to be welded ensuring that there is no loose or thick scale, slag, rust, moisture, grease, or other foreign matter. Clamp, hold, tack-weld, heat-bend, grind or bolt parts to obtain required configurations to weld parts in flat, vertical, or overhead positions using manual or semi-automatic welding equipment. Monitor the fitting, burning and welding processes to avoid overheating of parts of warping, shrinking, distortion, or expansion of material. Examines completed work for defects to ensure conformance and specifications. Acts as crane operator and understands safety protocols associated with crane operation. Maintains welding and related equipment. Punctuality and attendance are essential functions of the job. All other duties as assigned. Background and drug screen required.