With November and colder temperatures just around the corner, the mountain snow business is ramping up seasonal hiring.
Snow Valley Ski Resort will host many job fairs over the coming weeks to fill hundreds of vacancies at the San Bernardino Mountains Ski Resort.
No experience is required as the resort team will train new employees in the skills of ski or snowboard instructors, snowmen, lifters and mechanics. All snow trading tools provided (think: ski and snowboard equipment).
The resort also has space for chefs, lift operators, mountain patrols, landscape park staff, and a snow sweeper.
Snow Valley managers position their work as flexible and open to anyone over the age of 14. You can work both outdoors and indoors. Employee benefits include free skiing, snowboarding and more, as well as discounts for family members or a designated friend.
Here is a list of recruiting activities:
–– Saturday, October 30: 9 am to 1 pm.
– Thursday, November 16: 4 pm – 7 pm.
–– Saturday, 6 November: 9 am to 1 pm.
–Tuesday 9 November: 4 pm – 7 pm.
Address: 35100 CA-18, Running Springs
For more information, email [email protected], call 909-867-2751, ext. 126 or online at Snow-Valley.com/Jobs
Kohl’s warehouse needs to hire 3,500 people
Retailer Kohl’s employs up to 3,500 full-time and part-time, seasonal and full-time employees at its San Bernadino fulfillment center at 890 E Mill St.
Those employees who work during the holiday season are offered a hiring premium of $ 100 to $ 400.
The job description online states that new warehouse employees will earn $ 17 an hour plus $ 300 in bonus. Workplaces require workers to “prepare, handle and move goods productively, safely and accurately.”
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You should also be able to stand up to 12 hours, work overtime, and be able to lift and carry up to 30 or 50 pounds with the help of another employee.
Benefits include employee discounts and access to free wellness facilities.
Applicants can see open positions and apply at Careers.Kohls.com or by texting APPLY to 24508.
Park of mobile homes for the elderly sold for $ 7.9 million
According to CBRE, a community of mobile homes for the elderly of 40 apartments in Murriet was sold to an unknown buyer for $ 7.85 million in cash.
All mobile homes are located in the Spring Knolls, Warm Spring Knolls and Golf Knolls Senior communities. CBRE reported that each home has an average of 1,411 square feet, plus a front and back yard.
The buyer was represented by Eric Chen and Blake Thorgerson of CBRE.
“There are many opportunities to find capital in the Inner Empire region,” Chen said. “This portfolio provided a unique opportunity for stable cash flow and potential unit sales in the future.”
“The buyer was attracted by the opportunity to renovate the interiors of the apartments in order to improve the living standards of the residents.”
CBRE also represented an unidentified seller who acquired a traditional multi-unit property in a 1031 swap.
Redlands condos sell for $ 46 million
ReNew Redlands, a 124-unit apartment complex in Redlands, was sold to Irvine-based SB Real Estate Partners for $ 46.2 million.
The property has been renamed Portola Redlands and SBREP said it intends to spend $ 2.5 million to improve it.
The 39-year-old complex consists of two-bedroom garden-style apartments and townhouses. Covering nearly 8 acres, Portola Redlands also has a swimming pool, picnic areas and barbecues.
SBREP said the acquisition was the first in the Inner Empire market and part of a plan to acquire over $ 200 million of apartment buildings in the second half of 2021 in the two-district regions, the Phoenix and Las Vegas markets.
“We are very pleased to be entering the Inland Empire market and in particular the Redlands submarket, which has been one of the most attractive areas in the country for some time now,” said Srijin Bandyopadhyay, Founder and Managing Director of SBREP.
Blake Rogers and Hunter Combs of Walker & Dunlop represented an unspecified seller.
Alere buys production facility in Norco
Alere Property Group in Newport Beach has acquired Saddle Ranch Business Park, a 422,000 square foot industrial warehouse complex in Norco.
Alere has acquired Class A properties at 3300-3390 Horseless Carriage Drive from CapRock Partners, also located in Newport Beach.
None of the firms have released the terms of the deal.
The complex is rented by Goli Nutrition, a company specializing in vitamins and nutrition.
“The demand for modern industrial space in the Norco / Corona submarket is supported by its availability in Orange County,” said Alan Carmichael, senior vice president of Alere.
The business park consists of four buildings ranging from 81,000 square feet to 158,000 square feet. The construction of the concrete folding structures was completed in 2019.
Plastic Surgery Firm Expands To Redlands
The Advanced Institute of Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery Center and Medical Spa in Temecula acquired Redlands Plastic Surgery in Redlands.
According to the company, the new AIPS Surgical Center will offer the same services for the body, face and skin.
AIPS was founded by board-certified plastic surgeons Yuna Kim and Andy Wongvorawat.
Address: 555 Cajon St. For more information visit aiplasticsurgery.com or call 951-699-9201.
IE Health Care Grant
SAC Health System received a grant of US $ 919,991 from the Office of Health Resources and Services.
“With this support, SAC Health System will be able to expand our services to provide high-quality primary and specialty care for those living in Blight and the surrounding hinterland,” said Jason Lohr, President and CEO of SAC Health System.
The grant was made possible by Rep. Pete Aguilar, a member of the House Appropriations Committee, who approves grants like this one.
Donations to children
Stater Bros. Markets and PepsiCo donated $ 50,000 to the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides college scholarships and educational advice to children who have lost their parents in the line of duty.
“We are very grateful for our continued collaboration with PepsiCo and Children of Fallen Patriots,” said Nancy Negrette, President of Stater Bros. Charities. “Supporting the education of the children of heroes who gave their lives serving our country is just one of the ways to honor their memory,”
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