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10 April, 2015 THE QUODDY TIDES Page 39 TIDES I00LASSIFIED ADS Classified ads are $2.00 for 10 words or fewer; $4.00 for 11 to 20 words, and 10 cents for each additional word. Classifieds are payable in ad- vance. Display ads are $7.00 per column inch. Contact our ad representative for special rates. Write to: The Quoddy Tides, P.O. Box 213, 123 Water St., Eastport, Me. 04631 Tel. (207) 853-4806. Fax 853-4095 E-maih qtides@midmaine.com Automotive For Sale 2005"TOYOTA TUNDRA 4x4, access cab, bed slide, pick-up shell, newly undercoated. $10,000 or best offer. Call for more info: 207-853-3055. la CITY OF EASTPORT Public Hearing Notice Wednesday, May 13, 2015 6 p.m. at Shead High School Library Liquor License Applications (R) (Robert Delpapa d/b/a Eastport Chowder House) (Shelly &amp; Dale Griffin d/b/a Quoddy Bay Lobster) Special Entertainment Licenses (R) (Robert DelPapa d/b/a Eastport Choweder House) (Shelly & Dale Griffin d/b/a Quoddy Bay Lobster) Zoning Ordinance- Local Historic District (S.L. Wadsworth 42-44 Water Street Tax Map 17-0C5-30/33/46/34/35) The Eastport City Council will hold public hearings on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 at 6 p.m. at Shead High School in the library. The purpose of the hearings is to receive public input on the renewals of Liquor License ap- plications and the renewals of Special Entertainment Licenses for Robert DelPapa d/b/a Eastport Chowder House and Shelly & Dale Griffin d/b/a Quoddy Bay Lobster as well as for con- sideration to be given to add S.L. Wadsworth (42-44 Water Street) to the Local Historic District map. The Eastport City Council welcomes all public comment. Boats and Marine Equipment For Sale NO NEED TO LEAVE TOWN for those spring essentials. The Moose stocks rakes, shovels and street brooms; ant, weed and hornet solutions; garden sprayers, gloves and boots; safety glasses, only $4.95; gas cans, chainsaw oil and spark plugs; mooring supplies and the knowl- edge you need to set them up. "Bruce" has been studying and he is an awesome listener. Stop by Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Open Saturdays beginning April 25. Moose Island Marine at the breakwater, Eastport. 207-853-6058. lx BRICKLAYER FOR HIRE One man, one trowel Laying bricks since 1966 New work and restoration work Pepper Smith, 853-4658 TOWN OF WHITING Request for Bids Town of Whiting selectmen are ask- ing for bids to replace the sills of the Union Meeting House, the old Whiting church next door to the Whiting Village School, with work to begin in the spring or summer. The proposed work would include replacing the present sills with pressure-treated ones; replacing dam- aged boards, clapboards and repair end boards over a vapor barrier. Insu- lation would be added wherever pos- sible and new wood painted. Submit detailed bid to: Whiting Town Office, P.O. Box 101, Whiting, ME 04691; 733-2027; M-W-F 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Bids must be submitted by 5 p.m. on May 11. Contractors must provide proof of insurance. The select- men reserve the right to reject any and all bids. I I , Jobs Wanted I INDEPENDENT BOOKKEEPER/OFFICE ASSIS- TANT: Have a small business? In need of some- one familiar with QuickBooks to help you get started? Need a part-time office assistant? Con- tact Lynda. Available for consultation to see to your business needs. Reasonable hourly rates. References. Call 207-271-0700. 2a Real Estate For Rent EASTPORT -- Two-bedroom house. Deposit and references. 853-4765.2a Seasonal Real Estate For Rent BOYDEN LAKE, Perry -- Secluded cottages set in the deep woods on the lake shore. Beautiful sunsets. Canoes/rowboats/kayaks. Rate $700/ week. <www.southmeadowcottages.me> ; < megmcgarvey@hotmail.com > ; 207-853- 2318. tf EASTPORT- Waterfront, charming nautical , house on Bucknam's Head. Spend time on the deck or beachcombing. Watch the sunrise, shorebirds, whales and fishing boats. Short walk to downtown. Visit <www.heartsofmaine.com> for pictures of Headland Cottage and informa- tion on availability, ff EASTPORT-- Seaview Campground year-round cottage. Weekly, monthly. Call 853-4471. tf Part-time First Cook Position There are currently two (2) part-time First Cook positions available for the 2015 season at The Fireside Restaurant at the Roosevelt Campobello International Park. The First Cook position reports to the Manager/Chef of the Fireside Restaurant. The positions are part-time (up to 37 1/2 hours per week) and may require shifts on holidays, weekends and evenings. These are part-time positions and are not cov- ered by the "Working Agreement between the Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission and The Employees as amended July 22, 2000." The positions are not covered by the park's group health or life insurance program. The starting wage is $13.50 to $15.00 per hour based on experience. The wages are based in US funds. This position is open to U.S. and Canadian citizens. If you are interested in applying, or for more information, please contact the park office (506-752-2922) or email butler@fdr.net prior to April 24, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. (ADT). Applications and job descriptions are available at the park office (459 Route 774, Welshpool, NB) during regular business hours, 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. ADT. Washington County Community College Cal,.is, Mire ,,,,-"-'' Discover Choices Create Success Residential & Commercial Electricity Instructor Washington County Community College is looking to hire an instructor to teach Residential & Commercial Electricity. Position Information: This position will instruct and continue to develop the college's Residential & Commercial Electricity program. Instruction focuses on electrical theory and the techniques of the trade including blueprint reading, wiring, pipe bending, switches, troubleshooting, and diagnostics and power circuits. Instruction also covers the layout, assembly, installation and troubleshooting of fixtures, devices, services, heating systems, pumps, motors and motor controls used in residential, commercial and light industrial applications. Emphasis is placed on teaching the National Electri- cal Code in all wiring installations. Classes are instructed both indoors and outside as necessary at off-site construction projects. The Instrudor will establish partnerships with business and industry and other educational providers. Responsibilities: Teach a minimum of 25 contad hours. Establishing/maintaining employer partnerships. Minimum Qualifications: Diploma/Associate degree in Residential & Commercial Electricity or Electrical Technology, master's electrician's license, strong understand- ing of the National Eledrical Code and up to 4 years of work experience. Other credentials and significance experience maybe considered. Compensation: $35,280.39 to $50,301.30 base salary plus extended year con- tract, salary commensurate with credentials and experience. Benefits: 100% employer paid health for employees, dental insurance, vision insurance, Maine State Retirement or TIAA CREF, generous personal/sick time allow- ances, paid holidays, profes6ional development, and free tuition within the MCCS. Application Process: Please submit a cover letter, resume, unofficial transcripts and list three professional references by Friday, May 1,2015, to Robyn Leighton, Payroll & Personnel Coordinator; Washington County Community College; One College Drive, Calais, ME 04619. WCCC is an EO/AA Employer. Washington County Community College 4'DDisover Choices Create Success TAACCCT Project Coordinator Part-time, grant funded position until March 2017 General Position Information: The Project Coordinator will coordinate the over- all development and implementation of various goals and projects of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grant awarded to the Maine Community College System. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for the implementation of Computer Technology education at WCCC. The purpose of this grant is to develop, expand, and improve the delivery of education and training programs in the discipline of Information Technology at the college and across a range of industries. Known as the "Maine is IT!" grant coordinator, this position will report to the Dean of Academic Affairs, but will work in close collaboration and provide guidance to faculty and staff at the college, the project coordinators at the other seven community colleges. Compensation Prorated/Bargaining Unit: ($23,110 to $25,253), salary com- mensurate depending on education and experience. Prorated Benefits: health, dental and life insurance for employee, Maine State Retirement or TIAA-CREF, and sick time. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree with five years of relevant experience required, master's degree preferred. Experience in federal grants management; strong skills in projed management, quantitative and analytical skills; experience using data to inform decision-making leading to improvements in a higher education or related setting; ability to work collaboratively with teams and work independently, strong interpersonal and organizational skills; high level skill in oral and written communication essential. Application Process: Please submit a cover letter, resume, unofficial transcripts and list three professional references by Friday, April 17, 2015, to Robyn Leighton, Payroll & Personnel Coordinator; Washington County Community College; One College Drive, Calais, ME 04619. WCCC is an EO/AA Employer