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Online Placement 24 hours a day Employment Seasonal Position:

Biological Aid May 10 - Sept. 1, 2012 Bismarck, ND

Main Duties: Assist with grass field production and management includ- ing moving irrigation pipe & weed control. Includes outdoor work with exten- sive

nance of PMC grounds, building, and equipment. Operate equipment used in seedbed preparation, cultivation, planting, and harvesting. Assist with data collection of evalua- tion plots. Various other tasks as assigned.

walking, mainte-

For more information, please contact

Wayne Duckwitz, Plant Materials Center Manager at 701-250-4330

To apply, go to:

Qualifications: Must have excellent communication, customer service skills, organizational skills, ex- perience with sales of au- tomotive or truck parts, and good problem solv- ing abilities. High school graduation/GED or equiv- alent work experience/ product knowledge, valid drivers license and good driving record, and ability to lift up to 70 pounds. Post-offer physical exam- ination required as condi- tion of employment.

Inside Sales Position

Send resume to: Inland Truck Parts 1889 Revere Drive Bismarck, ND 58504 Fax: 701-258-9703 Email to:

1-866-I-SOLD-IT or 1-866-476-5348

dakotaclassifieds. com *Some categories excluded


Distributor of Distilled Spir- its and Wine is looking for a

Bismarck-Western ND RNDC the 2nd largest

FT Delivery Associate

RNDC offers a competitive compensation (salary TBD DOE) and benefits pack- age. Class “A” License

preferred, Class “B” will be considered. A clean

driving record is also a requirement.

Submit all applications to: EEOE


RENTALL has a full-time position available for

Experienced entry level position. Benefits include: vacation, paid holidays, health and life insurance. If interested, email resume to: jefflafrenz@ Or mail to:


Bismarck Rentall 1001 Basin Ave. Bismarck, ND 58504 Or for questions call: 701-250-1123


1-866-476-5348 Real Estate

Accepting Applications in April. Interviewing & Hiring in May

LWT Field Engineer (Logging While Tripping)

Logging While Tripping (LWT) utilizes memory based logging t ools deployed in specialized drill collars acquiring data during pipe tripping operations. The LWT Field Supervisor position is a critical part of Datalog’s formation evaluation team. Working in a two person team, the Field Supervisor deploys the LWT equipment as part of the drilling process and ensures accurate logging data is acquired. Reporting to the General Manager, this Bismarck based position requires field deployments to projects primarily in Western North Dakota but also other areas of the continental U.S. There are also opportunities for international assignments. The successful candidate must be available for and eligible to travel to client sites. A comprehensive benefit package, competitive salary & bonus structure, and a desirable rotational work schedule await the appropriate candidate. The position offers extensive safety and operational training, as well as professional development with career advancement opportunities. This is a technically challenging role that demands attention to detail, excellent communication skills and organizational ability. Must have clean driving record and be able to pass background check.



is seeking an outgoing, motivated, energetic, customer service oriented individual.

STORE Papa Murphy’s

We are the right

has: experience as a restaurant

preferred, but

person who manager,


a motivated individual, the ability to manage people effectively and P&L management suc- cess. Starting salary is $30K, higher with experi- ence. Benefits offered: performance bonus, health insurance, vaca- tion, sick leave, simple IRA matching.

will train

Please send resume to: Papa Murphy’s - Mandan Attn: Gary

209 W. Main St. Mandan, ND 58554


Place your ad in the area’s most powerful Classified network and find the best possible candidates.

dakotaclassifieds. com 1-866-I-SOLD-IT

or 1-866-476-5348

2100 Morrison Avenue Bismarck, ND 701-221-9137

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