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Immediate Openings for Construction Craft Laborers

February 22, 2017
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Applications will be accepted for Construction Craft Laborers
on any regular business day during regular business hours.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
18 years of age (minimum-must provide proof of age)
All applicants must also:
• Test negative in a standard substance abuse test
• Complete Orientation
• Complete Safety Training
• Complete week-long pre-construction training

Compensation: $11.73-$19.55 Minimum starting wage
Employment type: Full-Time

This program is registered with the Oregon State Apprenticeship & Training Council and is recognized by Washington State Apprenticeship and Training Council under the terms and conditions of the reciprocal agreement.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Click on the announcement from the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industry:

http://www.oregon.gov/boli/ATD/docs/Opening_Announcements/2023_20161201_20170630_Laborer.pdf

Northwest College of Construction
8111 NE Holman Street
Portland, OR 97218
Phone: 503-256-7300
Toll Free: 1-800-309-1442
www.nwcoc.com

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Heroes Memorial

July 6, 2011
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In 2008/2009, The Northwest College of Construction was proud to be a part of the construction efforts, in cooperation with local suppliers and contractors, to build the Gresham Heroes Memorial.

The Gresham Heroes Memorial provides a permanent place to honor the men and women who have served in all branches of the military or the fire and police services. The memorial is located at the corner of Powell Boulevard and Roberts at 219 South Main Street.

The memorial is managed by a task force of volunteers. These volunteers organized an effort to fund the memorial largely from grants and donations.

In March 2004, then City Councilor, Jack Hanna, requested approval from the Gresham City Council to establish a Task Force to raise the funds to build a Memorial to all men and women in Military, Fire, and Police services. The Council agreed and in, April the Task Force was formed. But there was one condition – there would be no City money involved. And so it began . . .

After five years of fund raising and a year of construction on May 2, 2009, the Heroes Memorial & Tribute was dedicated. She was built through the generosity of citizens and corporate sponsors and one of the few projects within the City that was completely paid-in-full on the day of dedication. Located within the parameters of an area known as Small Park, which had been cared for by the Optimists Club for many years, on the corner of Powell and Roberts adjacent to Main City Park in the heart of downtown Gresham, Oregon.

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