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The Washington State Gambling Commission (WSGC) is looking for a lifestyle product specialist for its horse and grass cattle feeding station. This position is responsible for ensuring a clean, safe and functional plant by performing repair work, including plumbing, electrical, carpentry and painting work, where no professional license is required. The position will be responsible for maintaining the station, following the recipes and working closely with the chef in presenting the dishes. We are hiring a "lifestyle product specialist" who focuses primarily on feeding horses, grass and C cattle.


If you are six (6) months past your ETS date, you must meet the requirements of the Washington State BLEA Court of Justice to enter employment. If you were a member of an active U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps or Coast Guard, please apply. As an agent assigned to this entity, the following additional terms and conditions of employment apply to you.


You are responsible for the time between the completion of the test and the panel interview. This time should be spent preparing for the interview and the recruitment process, and this time should be spent preparing for an interview during the recruitment process. They are liable for any time that elapses between the completed tests and the panel interviews. This time must be taken into account during the interview with the interviewer and not before the appointment.

Online registration for Public Safety Testing (www.publicsafeytesting.com) : Apply online and make sure you select the option "Side." Once you have completed the first PHS test, your name, score and applicant profile will be forwarded to us for verification. The first tests are scheduled on or about the same day as the first interview with the recruiter or the day of your interview when you apply online. Initial tests have been scheduled for you, please forward the name and score of the applicant profile.


Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing can contact the Washington Relay Service by calling 360-486-3459 or by e-mail at wsg @ wsgc.gov via job ads. Persons with disabilities who require support during the application process or who require job advertisements in an alternative format should email contact information for recruitment to wsgc @ wsg.com. Applicants who are blind, deaf, hard of hearing or unable to vote can contact the Washington Relay Service or the WRSG telephone number to receive information about a job advertisement.


Before you proceed with the recruitment process, we recommend that you carefully review your application before submitting it. Our initial screening will be based solely on the application documents you submit and we will consider the evidence below in your applications and materials.

McDonald's USA does not receive a copy of your application documents and has no control over employment decisions, including whether you will receive an interview for the job or be hired. Once the PHS is completed and available to all candidates during a panel discussion, we will consider you for a recruitment cycle.


They are recognised as independent franchisees who make all decisions on employment issues, including hiring, firing, promotion and other employment decisions for McDonald's USA restaurants. Only franchisees are responsible for all employment matters in the restaurant, including hiring and firing employees and managing restaurants and their employees.


If you want to work in an environment where your employees are important, their contributions are recognized and where you want to make a difference, this agency is there for you. If you have been hired for the job described in this advertisement, the franchisee is the employer, not McDonald's USA. All information contained in your application will be communicated to the independent franchisees who are responsible for all employment issues in the restaurant, such as recruitment, dismissal, promotion and other employment decisions. Please note that McDonald's, USA, will not receive a copy of your application documents and will not influence your employment decisions, including whether you will be interviewed or hired by a franchisee.

Residents who want to make a difference in their community can always find a job in Kittitas County, and we are always looking for new jobs.


For anyone who wants to take this opportunity, we are determined to be America's best first job. By providing industry - leading training programs and programs for McDonald's employees - with inspiring opportunities and valuable skills that help employees thrive wherever they go, whether they stay at McDonald's, stay in the US, or go elsewhere.


Of course, we offer excellent employment benefits, including paid leave, health insurance, 401 (k), health care, and pension benefits. Of course: We offer good pay, excellent paychecks, good performance and an excellent work-life balance. And, of course, we offer good wages, great benefits - including free childcare, free meals, paid leave, medical and dental care, sick leave.

You will find that McDonald's crew jobs can help you grow with first-class training, and we offer apprenticeship programs. If you do not currently have enforcement certification, you may have the opportunity to attend the Basic Law Enforcement Academy. The Washington State Court of Justice will review applicants seeking equivalence under the Basic Law - enforcement certificates obtained at the state academy.