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WHAT’S INSIDE
Asst. Secretary of Navy visits base
Natsuhara tours
NBVC, praises
conservation efforts
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Standing as silent sentinels, 98 purple ribbons, each representing a domestic violence incident reported
at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) in 2010, fill the lawn area next to the Fleet & Family Support Center
at NBVC Port Hueneme. For more information on Domestic Violence Awareness Month, see Page 22.
BU2 Joshua Knolla, foreground, and
EO1 Michael Call apply their purple
handprints to Underwater Construction
Team 2’s banner stating a united
opposition to domestic violence.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Construction Mechanic 3rd
Class Dan Nichols carefully
placed his open palm, painted
purple, onto a white banner
and pressed hard.
“No one needs to live in an
abusive home,” he said as his
handprint became the first on
Underwater Construction
Team (UCT) 2’s public state-
ment that it won’t tolerate
domestic abuse. “It’s a matter
of basic human rights.”
UCT-2 was one of several
commands at Naval Base Ven-
tura County (NBVC) that cre-
ated a banner in October for
National Domestic Violence
Awareness Month.
Those banners are hanging
in entranceways at not only
UCT-2, but also Building 1 at
Point Mugu, NBVC head-
quarters; the Fleet & Family
Support Centers (FFSC) at
Port Hueneme and Point
Commands sign on to
fight domestic violence
No one needs
to live in an
abusive home.
It’s a matter of
basic human
rights.
—CM3 Dan Nichols
UCT 2
SEE BANNERS, PAGE 25
The Mobile Aircraft Firefighting
Trainer is aflame in this photo
taken by Patricia Hampton, who
attended the Saturday, Oct. 13,
Fire Department Open House and
Pancake Breakfast at Naval Base
Ventura County, Point Mugu. Page 3
The Hon. Otis D. Wright of the U.S.
District Court congratulates Sgt.
Jaime Malagon of the California
Army National Guard on becoming
a naturalized U.S. citizen in an Oct.
11 ceremony at Naval Base Ventura
County. Page 4
BU2 Sonny Ramos of Underwater
Construction Team 2 spends part of
his summer cleaning a deep water
buoy off Niihau in the Hawaiian
Islands this summer. Pages 26-27.
By Kimberly Gearhart
NBVC Public Affairs
Acting Assistant Secretary of
the Navy for Energy, Installations
and Environment Roger Natsu-
hara toured Naval Base Ventura
County (NBVC) Oct. 15 to talk
to installation and regional lead-
ers about energy security and how
to meet the Secretary of the Na-
vy’s energy goals.
Leaders from across the facil-
ity joined regional leadership
fromNaval Facilities Engineering
Command Southwest (NAVFAC
SW) in briefing Natsuhara, focus-
ing on the strides being made in
renewable energies and environ-
mental programs at NBVC.
“I really want to hear from
you,” Natsuhara said. “We’re
shaping our policy. I can do that
from Washington, but I don’t
think you want me to. You guys
are the experts.”
NAVFACEngineering and Ex-
peditionary Warfare Center
(NAVFAC EXWC), NAVFAC
SW, NBVC and Naval Surface
Warfare Center Port Hueneme
Division (NSWC PHD) all
briefed Natsuhara regarding en-
ergy-efficient technologies and
processes under development and
in use. Covering everything from
NAVFACEXWC’s biofuel devel-
opment partnership with BioDi-
co to NSWC PHD’s use of a
biofuel mix in its Self-Defense
SEE SNI, PAGE 10
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By Captain Larry Vasquez
NBVC Commanding Offcer
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Question: Skipper, would it be possible to remind
everyone on base that bicyclists are required to obey
the same laws as motorists? I was walking from the
parking lot to the air terminal, in the crosswalk with
a walk signal, and was cut off by a cyclist who ran
the light.
Answer: Thank you for giving us all a reminder.
We take time to teach our children to ride their bikes
safely, but we sometimes forget to take that advice for
ourselves.
Cyclists: You are required to follow the same traf-
fic laws as motor vehicles. This includes riding with
the flow of traffic, rather than against, stopping at
stop signs and traffic lights and yielding right of way
to pedestrians. Speed limits also apply, although it’s
harder to speed on a bike! Those found in violation of
these basic traffic rules can be cited.
Cyclists are also required to wear helmets at all
times while aboard Naval Base Ventura County.
Helmets really do save lives, and proper safety equip-
ment is as crucial.
Traffic safety should be taken seriously by every-
one. Whether you’re riding, driving or biking down
the road, observing safety standards will help get you
there in one piece — and your passengers, too. Let’s
keep our base a safe place for everyone.
Do you have a question or suggestion? Share
it here by emailing lighthouse@navy.mil or online
using my CO’s Suggestion Box at http://cnic.navy.
mil/ventura/index.htm or on Facebook at www.face-
book.com/NavalBaseVenturaCounty. Your feedback is
critical to helping us make NBVC the best base in the
Navy.
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COMMUNITYCALENDAR
HEALTH CARE
UPDATE: National
Active and Retired
Federal Employees
Association meets at the Elks
Club, 801 S. A St., Oxnard. Health
care representatives will provide
updates. Socializing 11:30 a.m.,
lunch at noon. Cost $9. Reserve by
noon Oct. 22 at 487-1801 or email
dukies@verizon.net.
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HAUNTED MAZE: 4 to
6 p.m., Scaredy Cat
(younger set); 7 to
10 p.m., Fright Night.
Adjacent to NBVC Port Hueneme
Aquatics Center. $3 Scaredy Cat;
$5 Fright Night. Walk through a
maze filled with ghoulish scenes,
from graveyard to bayou. Carnival
games, face painting, cotton
candy. Information: 982-4753.
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October
ANNUAL ENERGY
GOLF TOURNAMENT:
8 a.m. to noon,
Seabee Golf Course,
NBVC Port Hueneme. Deadline to
register is Oct. 24. $40 per player,
includes golf cart, range balls,
giveaways, lunch at clubhouse,
prizes. Information: 982-2842.
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CHILI COOKOFF:
11 a.m. to noon,
Commissary, NBVC
Port Hueneme. Want to
compete? Sign up at the Customer
Service Office at the commissary.
Information: 982-2400.
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November
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
More than 40 runners turned it on in
the name of energy conservation — and
the Navy’s birthday —as Morale, Welfare
and Receation hosted the 5K Energy
Awareness and Navy Birthday 5K Run
Thursday, Oct. 11, at the Beehive Gym,
Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) Port
Hueneme.
An October 5K in the name of energy
awareness has become a base tradition,
but with this year’s event scheduled so
close to the Navy’s 237th birthday Oct.
13, it was decided to rename the run.
There were no birthday prizes, but as
he does every year, NBVC Energy Man-
ager TomSantoianni gave out gift bags to
the first three men and women crossing
the finish line.
The prize-winning men were Builder
2nd Class Chris Guzman of Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 3, who finished
first with a time of 18:59; Electronics
Technician 1st Class Eric Youngstrom
with Air Operations at NBVC Point
Mugu, who finished second in 20:45; and
Electronics Technician 2nd Class Peter
Geier, also of Point Mugu Air Operations,
with a time of 21:07.
The prize-winning women were Belia
Cook of Naval Surface Warfare Center
Port Hueneme Division, who finished first
in 21:25; Norma Santiago, whose husband
is Lt. Cmdr. Jesse Santiago, the executive
officer of Naval Construction Training
Center and who finished in 22:37; and
Kelly Coughlan, whose husband is Lt.
Seth McGuire, the executive officer of
Underwater Construction Team 2 and
who finished in 25:59.
Race organizer Amanda Haskell point-
ed out that the weather for this year’s run
was much more pleasant than last year
when a heat wave hit and an “energy
event” was called shortly after the race
ended. Everyone went back to their of-
fices and turned off all non-essential elec-
trical devices until 8 p.m. to ease the load
on the state’s electrical grid and avoid roll-
ing blackouts.
“That may have fit with the theme,”she
said, “but this year is a lot nicer.”
Santoianni brought a table laden with
free mug holders, rulers, pens, sticky notes
and notebooks, all carrying energy-con-
servation tips.
“I’m hoping people will pick up some
of this stuff, read something new and
think, ‘Oh yeah, this is a good way to save
energy. I’ve never thought of that before,’”
he said.
The next 5Klunchtime run is the Turkey
Trot, set for Nov. 15 at NBVC Port Hue-
neme.
Lunchtime 5K draws more than 40 runners
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
More than 40 runners take off Thursday, Oct. 11, for a lunchtime 5K that served a
dual purpose of celebrating the Navy’s 237th birthday and educating people about the
importance of conserving energy. The first three men and first three women crossing the
finish line received “green” prizes, including recyclable tote bags and insulated coffee
mugs.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Visitors got a hot breakfast in more
ways than one Saturday morning, Oct. 13,
as the Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC)
Fire Department at Point Mugu put on
an open house and pancake breakfast for
National Fire Prevention Week.
More than 400 pancakes, 30 dozen eggs
and 300 sausages were devoured over the
four-hour event, which featured fiery dem-
onstrations of training equipment.
Firefighters lit up the Mobile Aircraft
Firefighting Trainer and showed the crowd
howthey approach a burning aircraft and
extinguish the flames.
They also turned up the heat in a burn-
ing metal bucket so visitors could practice
using a fire extinguisher.
“We want to make sure people know
Fire Department opens doors
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Charlie Klaiber, 4, pretends he’s racing to a
house fire during the Fire Department Open
House and Pancake Breakfast Saturday,
Oct. 13. Charlie is the son of Jill and Lt.
Cmdr. Kris Klaiber of VAW-117.
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Mason Turner, 19 months, devours a
pancake during the Fire Department’s Open
House and Pancake Breakfast. Mason is
the son of Carissa and CM2 Mark Turner of
the 31st Seabee Readiness Group.
SEE FIRE, PAGE 24
HEALTH FAIRS: Point
Mugu, 9 a.m. to 2
p.m., Bldg. 366; Port
Hueneme, Nov. 8,
9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Duke’s Place.
Screenings, health benefits
explanations for open season.
Information: 982-4084, 989-3302,
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Fourteen military personnel — 11 of
themSailors stationed at Naval Base Ven-
tura County (NBVC) — became U.S. citi-
zens Thursday, Oct. 11, in a special natu-
ralization ceremony at NBVC Port
Hueneme’s Needham Theater.
“This feels pretty great,” a smiling Lo-
gistics Specialist 1st Class Fluellen Umali
of the Fleet Readiness Center Southwest,
Detachment Point Mugu, said moments
after the ceremony.
“He’s one of us now,” added his wife,
Joanna, who attended the hourlong cere-
mony with their two children, ages 8 and
12.
Until Thursday, Umali hadbeena citizen
of the Philippines. That day, he renounced
that citizenship and took the Oath of Al-
legiance to the United States, administered
by the Hon. Otis D. Wright II of the U.S.
District Court, Central District of Califor-
nia.
More than 7,000 people affiliated with
the U.S. military have become U.S. citizens
this year.
Last year, a total of 700,000 people across
the United States were naturalized, and
10,334 of them were affiliated with the
military.
Julie Dunn, an immigration service of-
ficer based out of the San Fernando Valley,
said the naturalization process can be ex-
pedited for members of the U.S. military.
In fact, she said, during times of war, the
process can require as little as one day of
U.S. residency. Normally, it requires five
years.
For some, the oath was a long time com-
ing.
Steelworker 3rd Class Sheldon Smith of
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
(NMCB) 3 started the naturalization pro-
cess three years ago, the same time he joined
the Navy. His appointments with U.S.
Citizenship and Immigration Services were
all set up, but he deployed to Afghanistan
just days before his first meeting.
“I tried to reopen the case when I got
back, but because I’d missed the appoint-
ment, it was a problem — a big problem,”
he said.
It didn’t stop him from deploying to
Spain, and it was there that he was able to
reopen the case and start the process all
over again.
A citizen of Jamaica, Smith grew up in
New Jersey.
“My dad pushed me to take advantage
of everything this country offered,”he said.
“Educationwise, everything —just runwith
it, he’d say.”
Living in Jersey and Jamaica, Smith’s
family couldn’t attend, but Smith nowhas
the ceremony on video.
“I’m glad this is finally over,” he said.
“It’s one of the biggest milestones in my
life.”
Another new U.S. citizen who waited a
long time to call himself that was Jaime
Malagon, a 50-year-old sergeant in the
California Army National Guard.
As a citizen of Spain, Malagon joined
the Navy in 1984, eventually becoming a
Navy SEAL with security clearance. His
naturalization paperwork had been ap-
proved, andall that was left was the formal-
ity of taking the Oath of Allegiance. But
just before a judge was to administer it, he
deployed to Central America.
“At that point, everyone, including me,
thought I was a U.S. citizen,” he said.
He left the Navy in 1997 and joined the
Army two years later. He was assigned to
an anti-drug task force along the U.S. bor-
der with Mexico, a joint project with the
Drug Enforcement Administration and
Border Patrol, which conducted a back-
ground check. That’s when Malagon
learned he was still a citizen of Spain.
“They still let me work,” Malagon said.
“They just toldme tomake sure I tookcare
of it.”
But then came Iraq, and then came
Kosovo, and then, in 2008, came an injury,
followed by surgery a year later.
Today, Malagon is ready to leave the
Armed Forces, and he’ll do it as a U.S.
citizen.
“I’m looking forward to spending time
with my family,” he said of his wife, Espe-
ranza, and his 13-year-old son, Jaime Jr.,
both of whom attended the ceremony.
The 14 new citizens heard a taped mes-
sage from President Barack Obama, who
told them that “no dream is impossible,”
and urged them to “help write the next
great chapter in American history.”
Capt. Larry Vasquez, commanding of-
ficer of NBVC, also spoke to the new citi-
zens, pointing out that as members of the
military, they hadalready pledgedtodefend
the United States and her people.
“Today,” he said, “you are her peo-
ple.”
He said he felt privileged to be one of
the first to address them as citizens of the
United States.
“It is an honor to call you shipmates,”
he said. “It is an even greater honor to call
you fellow citizens.”
In addition to Umali, Smith and Malag-
on, the following military personnel be-
came U.S. citizens Thursday:
• EOCN Jesus Cabralbujanda, NMCB
3, formerly a citizen of Mexico.
• HM3 Norielle Dimasudlay, NMCB4,
formerly a citizen of the Philippines.
• CECN Aldrin Sy, NMCB 4, formerly
a citizen of the Philippines.
• EA2 Irae Faitala, NMCB 5, formerly
a foreign national of American Samoa.
• AN George DeLeon Jr., Carrier Air-
borne Command and Control Squadron
(VAW) 113, formerly a citizen of the Phil-
ippines.
• ADAN Wen Sun, VAW-116, formerly
a citizen of China.
• EOCN Cyril Conanan, 31st Seabee
Readiness Group, formerly a citizen of
the Philippines.
• AOAA April Mendoza, Navy Opera-
tional Support Center Port Hueneme,
formerly a citizen of the Philippines.
• CS2 Rafael Pascual, NBVC, formerly
a citizen of the Philippines.
• CM2 Marco Antonio Reyes, formerly
a citizen of Mexico.
• BU2 Hirohito Fainza, formerly a citi-
zen of the Philippines.
14 become U.S. citizens as NBVC hosts naturalization ceremony
PHOTO BY CM2 DANIEL WYMAN / NMCB 4
One Army sergeant and 13 Sailors — 11 of them stationed at Naval Base Ventura County — become U.S. citizens Oct. 11.
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
SW3 Sheldon Smith of Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 3 enjoys cake as
he checks video of him taking the Oath of
Allegiance.
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The werewolf is on discount.
Morale, Welfare and Recreation has
dropped the price of admission to the
Haunted Maze — a one-night event Fri-
day, Oct. 26, next to the Aquatics Center
at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC)
Port Hueneme.
The Scaredy Cat tour, a less-frightening
version held before dark from 4 to 6 p.m.
and geared more for the younger set, costs
$3.
Fright Night, from 7 to 10 p.m., costs
$5.
Prices were originally set for $5 and
$8.
If it rains, the event will move to Satur-
day, Oct. 27.
Aquatics Manager Gerry Legaspi said
the scenes are shaping up and everything
should be ready for the event, including a
Halloween windmill, Frankenstein and
two Little Red Riding Hoods.
“There’s an innocent one and another
one,” was all Legaspi would say.
Some of the costumed characters, in-
cluding not-so-funny clowns, will be on
stilts so they tower over visitors, Legaspi
said.
About 35 volunteers began work on the
sets Saturday, Oct. 13, including crews
from Naval Mobile Construction Battal-
ion 5, the Naval Construction Training
Center, Naval Branch Health Clinic and
members of the Seals swim team.
“This should be a fun event,” Legaspi
said. “We’re all looking forward to spend-
ing Halloween with families and their
kids.”
Carnival games will be set up at the end
of the maze, and food will be available for
sale. For more information or to volunteer
the night of the event, call 982-4753.
Haunted Maze promises to be a scream
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
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for the upcoming Haunted Maze, which will
open for one night only, Oct. 26, next to
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Seabee Chapel
Port Hueneme
Building 1433
Phone: (805) 982-4358
Fax: (805) 982-5364
Protestant
Sunday worship service: 9 a.m.
Choir rehearsal: Wednesday, 6 p.m.
Catholic Mass
Sunday: 11:15 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 10:45 a.m.
Wednesday: 11:30 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 11 a.m.
Christian Bible Studies
Women’s Bible Study: Tuesday,
10 a.m.; Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.,
“Duty or Delight: Knowing Where
You Stand With God.”
Men’s Prayer Meeting: Wednesday,
5:30 p.m.
All Hands Bible Study: Thursday,
11:30 a.m.
Catholic Religious Education
Pre-K through high school
Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Chapel of Faith
Point Mugu
Building 121
Phone: (805) 989-7967
Fax: (805) 989-7968
Protestant
Episcopal service: 11 a.m.
Catholic Mass
Sunday: 9 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 8:15 a.m.
Thursday: 11:30 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 11 a.m.
Chaplains serving NBVC
Lt. Cmdr. Jeffrey Han
Command Chaplain
Lt. Lesa Welliver
Staff Chaplain
Father Antony Berchmanz
Catholic Priest
Worship schedule
We can learn a lot about partnership
from geese.
Teambuilding is an integral part of any
organization. This is especially true with-
in the U.S. Navy. Thus, in this article, I’d
like to talk about the principle of partner-
ship.
Partnership isn’t always easy to achieve.
Why is partnership so difficult?
John Maxwell, an expert on leadership,
wrote these salient words regarding part-
nership:
“You can hoard what little you have and
receive no more. Or you can give what you
have, and you will be rewarded with abun-
dance. Your attitude makes the difference.
So if you partner with another person and
give generously, one way or another, you’re
going to get back more than you gave.”
A good leader will do things exceed-
ingly well. Agreat leader will build a team
and do things exceptionally well.
I just returned from training in Colum-
bia, S.C. I sawgeese daily. Geese can actu-
ally teach us all a lot about leadership.
Winging their way to a warmer location,
these birds often cover thousands of miles
before reaching their destination. Have
you ever thought about why they fly as
they do? It is really fascinating what has
been discovered about geese’s flight pat-
tern as well as their in-flight instincts.
The geese in front rotate their leader-
ship. When the lead goose gets tired, it
changes places with another goose within
the V-formation.
By flying as they do, the members of
the flock create an upward air current for
one another. Each flap of the wings liter-
ally generates lift for the bird immedi-
ately following. One author states that
“by flying in a V-formation, the whole
flock gets 71 percent greater flying range
than if each goose flew on its own.”
The geese in the rear of the formation
are the ones who do the honking. Per-
haps, this frequent honking encourages
the geese in the front to keep flying.
That’s a good example of partnership.
Interestingly, two healthy geese will
leave the formation in order to escort a
wounded or sick goose to a safe loca-
tion.
Whether it’s rotating leadership from
the front, flapping, helping or simply
honking, the flock is in it together, which
enables them to accomplish what they set
out to do — move to a warmer climate.
Thus, the practical application of the
partnership principle is relatively straight-
forward: If we work as a team, we will
be far more effective. This is the principle
of partnership.
We learn a lot from geese.
Geese can teach humans about partnership, teamwork
Chaplain’s
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RonKennedy
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Military retirees and their families living
in Ventura County should be aware that
funeral directors, when provided with a
copy of the DDF 214 (Report of Separa-
tion), can arrange for military honors dur-
ing the burial of the military member.
The Naval Base Ventura County Retired
Activities Office (RAO) encourages fam-
ilies to know where a copy of the DDF
214 is stored. If it has been misplaced,
families can contact the RAO, which can
help apply for a copy fromthe Department
of Defense.
In addition, the RAO can help military
retirees and their families by providing a
number of one-stop services.
In the case of a death of a military re-
tiree, the RAO can:
• Notify the Department of Defense.
• Prepare and file forms for any arrears
monies to which the family may be enti-
tled.
• Prepare and file for survivor benefits
for the surviving spouse, when eligible.
• Help notify the Office of Personnel
Management and subsequent filing for
Civil Service annuity and insurance, if ap-
plicable.
• Direct families to Ventura County
veterans services offices for Veterans Af-
fairs support.
• Help request a military burial, includ-
ing a burial at sea, if desired.
• Help schedule an appointment for a
new military ID.
• Explain military benefits and entitle-
ments.
The RAO can be contacted Monday
through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. ex-
cept for federal holidays by calling (805)
982-1023. If the line is busy, just leave a
message and you will be contacted.
In cases where family members do not
have military identification, they can call
ahead and the RAOwill arrange for them
to enter the Navy base.
The RAO is a volunteer organization
that provides these services for free.
Retired Activities Office can help when a retiree dies
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PHOTO BY MIKE JOHNSON / NAWCWD
Vice Adm. David Dunaway, commander of the Naval Air Systems Command, holds a town
hall meeting at Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, Point Mugu, Oct. 2. Dunaway
conducted two town hall meetings at Point Mugu and four at China Lake during his visit to
the Weapons Division Oct. 1-3.
By Renee Hatcher
NAWCWD
Vice Adm. David Dunaway, command-
er of the Naval Air Systems Command,
visited Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons
Division Point Mugu and China Lake Oct.
1-3 and held town hall meetings at both
sites.
Dunaway, who reported to his current
job about a month ago, said that while
NAVAIR is running well, there are chal-
lenges to face.
“NAVAIR is a critical aspect of our
national security that’s got to evolve fast-
er than the threat,” Dunaway said. “We
can’t be content to sit where we are. We
are going to work forward-leaning in a
positive fashion.”
He told the NAWCWDworkforce that
it has to get better every day, continue to
be a learning organization, be more effi-
cient, increase productivity and be out-
come-oriented.
Dunaway authorized the workforce to
“smash the bureaucratic efforts that are
unproductive” and encouraged them to
challenge the rules.
“Don’t let the rules stop you from get-
ting the effective outcomes to happen,”he
said.
He also recognized that funding is not
a newchallenge, but said he doesn’t expect
the workforce to change much.
“Don’t worry about the money,”he said.
“Worry about getting the most value out
of every dollar. What’s going to have to
happen is that you are going to have to
get much better at your jobs.”
Dunaway shared his top three focus ar-
eas that he recently released in his Com-
mander’s Intent message: speed to fleet,
integration and interoperability, and af-
fordability.
One of the town hall attendees asked
about future funding and Dunaway’s plan
for sequestration.
“We are told not to plan for sequestra-
tion,” said Dunaway, who mentioned the
continuing resolution that is currently in
place. “I do know that my funding is
pretty stable for the next six months.”
To those worried about job cuts, Dun-
away acknowledged the current uncertain
times and said, “If the work you are doing
is relevant, I’ll defend you. Be relevant and
make yourself more relevant every day.”
New commander tells
NAVAIR: ‘Be relevant’
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Recruiting volunteers — and making
sure they want to stay and that they’re
doing a good job — is one of the main
priorities of the new director of the
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) at Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty.
Oscar Ramos, who took over in Sep-
tember from nine-year veteran Nadine
Gamble, said volunteer turnover is a real
challenge in a busy office that has only
two employees.
“We just lost two more volunteers who
were highly trained,” he said. “We have
a constant turnover, which means we
need constant recruitment.”
The NMCRS provides financial as-
sistance to active duty and retired mem-
bers of the Navy and Marine Corps and
their eligible family members.
So far this year, the Ventura County
office has handled more than 500 cases
and given out more than $250,000 in
emergency financial assistance, includ-
ing interest-free loans to help with basic
living expenses and transportation.
The NMCRS also runs a thrift shop
at Port Hueneme and leads Budget for
Baby workshops.
Each of those duties requires a pre-
volunteer interview and orientation, ad-
ditional training and a dedication to a
job that pays in the benefit of knowing
someone was helped that day.
Ramos enters a job filled with sur-
prises: Who’ll walk through the doors
tomorrow, and what personal turmoil
will they be facing? He admits it’s a dif-
ferent life than the one he lived for 20
years with Personnel Support Detach-
ment.
“That was a very secure environment,”
he said. “You knew what you’d be doing
when you woke up every morning.”
But the experience he learned there
will help him guide families in need.
“I know how to use resources to help
Sailors,” he said.
He’s also eager to work with retirees.
“There are many widows and widow-
ers out there who are part of our pro-
spective clientele,” he said. “We need to
reach out to veteran associations, com-
munities and even senior centers to find
people who could be using our servic-
es.”
Ramos currently lives in Port Huen-
eme with his son and is eagerly awaiting
the arrival of his wife and other children.
“My children are proud of our military
culture,” he said. “They’re happy Dad’s
been in the Navy.”
Recruiting, retaining volunteers a challenge for NMCRS
Oscar Ramos is the new director of the
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society at Naval
Base Ventura County.
Prospective volunteers are invited
to a chili cookoff at the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) at
Naval Base Ventura County, Port
Hueneme, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 26.
Hot dogs will also be served, and
children are invited to come in their
Halloween costumes and enjoy Hal-
loween candy.
The NMCRS is located in the Wel-
come Center a fewdoors down from
the Fleet & Family Support Center.
Information: 982-4409.
Want to volunteer?
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By Jillian Alexander
NMCRS volunteer
When we think of Halloween, we
think of haunted houses, costumes,
candy, decorations, hay rides, pump-
kins, witches, ghosts, black cats, graves
and anything scary.
Trick-or-treating became popular in
the United States nearly a century ago.
Today, kids — and even some adults
— compete for the most candy and the
best costume. There are Halloween
events all over town, and every store
seems to be selling Halloween decora-
tions that you must have.
Halloween can be an expensive holi-
day for everyone. So how do we keep
our finances out of the graveyard? Here
are some tips from the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society (NMCRS).
• Keep in mind that most people wear
a Halloween costume only once because
by the next year it is either outgrown
or outdated. So buy costumes and
decorations from thrift stores, yard
sales or other military families who are
done with them. Ask your neighbor,
friends or even your boss.
• A great way to save money this Hal-
loween is to check out the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society’s Thrift Store,
located in Building 829 at Harris and
15th streets, Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty, Port Hueneme. Thrift store hours
are Monday and Wednesday from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. Buy only decorations
you are going to use this year — after
all, there are only so many places to
put spiderwebs, scarecrows, gravestones
and the like. When you are done with
your costumes, consider donating them
to the thrift store for next year’s
crowd.
• Be aware of candy prices, and shop
different stores for the best deals. The
NMCRS has a coupon box in the of-
fice, located in Building 1169 in the
Welcome Center at NBVC Port Huen-
eme. Office hours are Monday through
Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., so come
check the coupon box for candy cou-
pons and other timely items.
• Operation Gratitude provides a
candy buyback program through local
dentist offices. Information on Opera-
tion Gratitude’s program is available
at http://www.halloweencandybuyback.
com/index.html. This is a great way to
get some money back for your candy
as well as support deployed troops.
Here are the top five tips for avoiding
scary finances this Halloween:
• Set a Halloween budget.
• Select just a few Halloween events
to attend.
• Be aware of tricky candy prices. Use
coupons and shop at a few different
stores to make sure you are getting the
best price.
• Donate candy to local buyback pro-
grams and support our troops!
• Be creative with your costumes by
buying items from the NMCRS Thrift
Store or trading costumes with people
you know.
Follow these tips and avoid any Hal-
loween financial scares. Keep the cost
of decorations, costumes and candy
low, and keep your budget out of the
graveyard. Most importantly, have fun
and stay safe out there.
Don’t let Halloween send your budget to the graveyard
Here are some tips to
cut down on the scary
costs of candy, costumes
and decorations — and
remember to check out
the NMCRS Thrift Store
for bargains
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Test Ship to wind and solar proj-
ects across the facility, the morning
briefs gave a broad view of the
many technologies being devel-
oped, tested and used at NBVC.
Natsuhara praisedthe advances,
thenaskedacritical question: How
do we integrate all these different
technologies andfindthe right bal-
ance?
“The Navy has some unique
bases that are really very different
thanother services,”he said, point-
ing to remote, isolated locations
like Diego Garcia in the Indian
Ocean, GuantanamoBay andSan
Nicolas Island. “These are not
wartime bases. We have tobe more
efficient.”
Several facilities around the
globe have the capacity togenerate
large amounts of renewable en-
ergy, Natsuhara said, but they
don’t necessarily use it efficiently.
Without options for storing gener-
ated energy, much of it goes to
waste.
“Storage is a game-changer,”
said Chris Parry, NAVFAC SW
energy manager.
“Whoever can develop afford-
able, effective storage for renewable
energy, that’s the next Bill Gates,”
agreed Capt. Cliff Maurer, com-
manding officer of NAVFAC
SW.
NBVC and NAVFAC EXWC
are preparing to test one storage
option at San Nicolas Island
(SNI). A$15.3 million project will
install seven100-kwwindturbines
on the island over the next year.
NAVFAC EXWC will fund the
installationof a zinc-bromide bat-
tery with up to one megawatt of
storage capacity, monitoring its
success andapplicability across the
fleet.
Larger wind turbines have been
used at other facilities, but accord-
ing to Parry, there’s an economy
of scale that comes from using
more of the smaller, less complex
machines.
“Maintenance is just simpler,”
he said.
Capt. Larry Vasquez, NBVC
commanding officer, took Natsu-
hara out to SNI toget a first-hand
lookat the islandanddiscuss some
of its challenges and successes. In
addition to visiting the future site
of the wind turbine project, Nat-
suhara tookthe opportunity tosee
the island’s reverse osmosis (RO)
facility, which provides potable
water for SNI’s residents.
“This RO plant is a powerful
weaponfor peace,”saidHal Mead-
ows of NBVC’s Public Works De-
partment. “Youcanreproduce this
systemanywhere and make water
for the people. It was used as a
model for the system in Djibou-
ti.”
Natsuhara asked about water
quality.
“It’s more pure than snow,”
Meadows replied. “Our water is
of a higher quality than most mu-
nicipal sources, so our Sailors can
be confident their water is safe and
healthful.”
Finding innovative, cost-effec-
tive solutions to power and water
supply issues is key to operating
anenergy-efficient fleet, Natsuhara
said.
“The Department of the Navy
is looked at as the Department of
Defense leader for energy pro-
grams,” he added. “We have a lot
of credibility because of the work
you do here.”
SNI wind turbine, water projects illustrate Navy innovation
PHOTO BY KIMBERLY GEARHART / NBVC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Acting Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations
and Environment Roger Natsuhara chats with Capt. Larry Vasquez,
commanding officer of Naval Base Ventura County, during a tour of San
Nicolas Island.
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Fourteen Sailors from the Ground
Electronics Maintenance Division at
Naval Base Ventura County, Point
Mugu, volunteered 1,200 man-hours
constructing new cages for birds at
the Ojai Raptor Center.
Volunteering in the community
isn’t new to this crew, which has also
given time to help middle school chil-
dren and the homeless. They spend
most of their days maintaining air
travel control communications equip-
ment.
Chief Electronics Technician Ran-
dy Eddington was persuaded to con-
sider this effort by his wife, Taly, who
has been volunteering at the center
in Ojai for more than a year.
Electronics Technician 1st Class
Christopher Shahan saw this as a
unique opportunity and coordinated
the effort. Half a dozen Sailors at a
time worked on building the 10 cag-
es, each measuring 10-by-12-by-16
feet.
Over the four or five months that
they worked in Ojai, they got to learn
a lot about the resident raptors, es-
pecially Handsome, the turkey vul-
ture that they nicknamed “Come At
Me Bro” when he spread his wings
full width.
The Sailors are hoping that the
center names the cages the MK-1
Aviary Enclosure.
The Navy is no stranger to the rap-
tor center. Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty alerts the center when an injured
bird is found on base. It’s part of the
Navy’s BASHprogram: Animal/Bird
Aircraft Strike Hazard.
The raptor center typically takes
in more than 500 raptors a year.
The raptor center, which is nor-
mally closed to the public, will have
a free open house Saturday, Nov. 10,
from noon to 4 p.m. It is located at
370 Baldwin Road in Ojai.
Ground maintenance crew helps Ojai Raptor Center
A resident of the Ojai Raptor Center and his handler pose with, from left, ET1 Eric Youngstrom, ET2
Peter Geier, ET1 Christopher Shahan and ET1 Angela McCallister.
Sailors build 10 cages, learn about the birds
and nickname one ‘Come At Me Bro’
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By MC2 (SCW) Ace Rheaume
NMCB 5
and CM2 Daniel Wyman
NMCB 4
Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Con-
struction Battalions (NMCBs) 5 and 4
participated in Oxnard High School’s Sea-
bee Night football game in Oxnard Friday,
Sept. 28.
“Being back on a high school field with
the hype and seeing them play just makes
me want to put on pads and get back out
there,” said Steelworker 3rd Class Guil-
lory Bryant, a Charlie company Seabee
assigned to NMCB 5.
Bryant attended the game in uniform
and was one of about 60 Sailors who
helped answer questions from students
and families to give a better insight into
Seabee life and their experiences in the
military.
“I feel like it’s important that they un-
derstand what we’re doing and that we’re
trying to help out the community and
make the United States a better place,”
said Bryant.
Equipment Operator 1st Class Sean
Nelson of NMCB5 had the honor of flip-
ping the game coin at the beginning of the
football game.
“I felt proud to represent the Navy Sea-
bees, my second life after growing up in
Oxnard,” said Nelson.
Nelson graduated from Oxnard High
School. He has been in the military for 15
Oxnard High School hosts Seabee Night football game
PHOTOS BY LT. J.G. JONATHAN KIM / NMCB 5
EO1 Sean Nelson, who attended Oxnard High School and is now assigned to Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 5’s Headquarters Company, salutes the national ensign during the
beginning of Oxnard High School’s Seabee Night football game in Oxnard Sept. 28.
This First Class Petty Officers Association
(FCPOA) coin fromNaval Mobile Construction
Battalion 5 was used in the coin toss at the
beginning of the Seabee Night football game
in Oxnard.
Graduate who’s now
an NMCB 5 equipment
operator gets to do the
coin toss
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PHOTOS BY LT. J.G. JONATHAN KIM / NMCB 5
EO1 Sean Nelson, who graduated from Oxnard High School and is now a Seabee assigned
to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 5, participates in a coin toss to mark the
start of Oxnard High School’s Seabee Night football game in Oxnard Sept. 28.
years and said he enjoyed the opportu-
nity to return to his school and be a part
of the football game.
The game was a rival match between
the Oxnard Yellowjackets and the Cou-
gars from Ventura High School. The
Cougars defeated the Yellowjackets 26-
8.
NMCB 5 and NMCB 4 brought Civil
Engineering Support Equipment (CESE),
including a Mine Resistant Ambush-Pro-
tected All Terrain Vehicle (M-ATV), for
families to see and photograph. NMCB
4’s Convoy Security Element (CSE) was
on site to answer questions. Children were
also able to try on some Seabee combat
gear.
Throughout the game, Oxnard High
School showed its gratitude for the Sea-
bees by announcing each battalion’s re-
cent and past achievements. Members of
the school’s Junior ROTC program greet-
ed Seabees as they arrived and escorted
them to a reserved seating section.
“It truly is rewarding to see public sup-
port like this, and to see howthe children’s
eyes light up when you answer their ques-
tions,” said Construction Mechanic 1st
Class Chris Schulze of NMCB 4.
He thanked Oxnard High School “for
letting us come out and represent the
Seabees and enjoy a football game.”
Construction Mechanic 2nd Class
Daniel Wyman of NMCB 4 worked with
Dale Weaver, Oxnard High School’s Ju-
nior ROTC instructor, in planning and
organizing the event.
Sailors and their families watch the Oxnard High School football game Sept. 28.
Seabees in the spotlight at game
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Oct. 13 was the Navy’s 237th
birthday. In honor of that
event, the Navy celebrated with
bell ringings, birthday balls and
historical messages. Belowis an
article from the Naval History
and Heritage Command re-
garding the founding of the
Fleet. Interested in learning
more? Visit www.history.navy.
mil.
The Continental Congress
voted Oct. 13, 1775, to fit out
two sailing vessels and to send
them out on a cruise of three
months to intercept transports
carrying munitions and stores
to the British army in Ameri-
ca.
This was the original legisla-
tion out of which the Conti-
nental Navy grew and as such
constitutes the birth certificate
of the Navy.
To understand the signifi-
cance of the decision to send
two armed vessels to sea under
the authority of the Continen-
tal Congress, we need to review
the strategic situation and to
consider the political struggle
that lay behind it.
Americans first took up arms
in the spring of 1775, not to
sever their relationship with the
king, but to defend their rights
within the British Empire. By
the autumn, the British North
American colonies fromMaine
to Georgia were in open rebel-
lion. Royal governments had
been thrust out of many colo-
nial capitals and revolutionary
governments put in their plac-
es. The Continental Congress
had assumed some of the re-
sponsibilities of a central gov-
ernment for the colonies, cre-
ated a Continental Army,
issued paper money for the sup-
port of the troops, and formed
a committee to negotiate with
foreign countries. Continental
forces captured Fort Ticond-
eroga on Lake Champlain and
launched an invasion of Can-
ada.
In October 1775, the British
held superiority at sea, from
which they threatened to stop
up the colonies’ trade and to
wreak destruction on seaside
settlements. In response, a few
of the states had commissioned
small fleets of their own for
defense of local waters.
For months, John Adams
and a fewothers had been agi-
tating in Congress for the es-
tablishment of an American
naval fleet. They argued that a
fleet would defend the seacoast
towns, protect vital trade, re-
taliate against British raiders,
and make it possible to seek out
among neutral nations of the
world the arms and stores that
would make resistance possi-
ble.
Still, the establishment of a
navy seemed too bold a move
for some in Congress. Most of
the delegates did not consider
the break with England as final
and feared that a navy implied
sovereignty and independence.
Others thought a navy a hasty
and foolish challenge to the
mightiest fleet the world had
seen.
Then, Oct. 3, 1775, Rhode
Island’s delegates laid before
Congress a resolution for the
building and equipping of an
American fleet. The proposal
was vague and funding unsure,
drawing fire from all sides.
Two days later, the tide
turned.
Congress received intelli-
gence of two English brigs,
unarmed and without convoy,
laden with munitions, leaving
England bound for Quebec. A
plan was developed to equip
two armed vessels to intercept
any ships bearing supplies to
the British army. Congress let
this plan lie on the table until
Oct. 13, when a letter from
Gen. George Washington re-
ported that Washington had
taken under his command, at
Continental expense, three
schooners to cruise off Mas-
sachusetts to intercept enemy
supply ships. Since they already
had armed vessels cruising in
their name, it was not such a
big step to approve two more
that day.
Within a fewdays, Congress
established a Naval Committee
charged with equipping a fleet.
Over the course of the War of
Independence, the Continental
Navy sent to sea more than 50
armed vessels of various types,
beginning the long tradition
still carried forth by the United
States Navy today.
NBVC celebrates Navy’s 237th birthday
PHOTO BY KIMBERLY GEARHART / NBVC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
EO3 Darrell Haas rings the bell in front of Point Mugu’s Building 1,
headquarters for Naval Base Ventura County, during a Friday, Oct.
12, ceremony commemorating the founding of the U.S. Navy 237
years ago. Following Navy tradition, the bell was rung nine times.
Eight tolls symbolize the hour and half-hour marks on a traditional
four-hour watch, the ninth symbolizes the start of a new watch, or,
in this case, a new year. Navy ships and installations all over the
world held similar ceremonies Friday; the Navy’s actual birthday
was Saturday, Oct. 13.
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Capt. Larry Vasquez, commanding officer of Naval Base Ventura
County, and SWCN Kaytie Craig, 21, the youngest Sailor in the
audience, cut a cake in celebration of the Navy’s 237th birthday.
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PHOTOS BY LT. TODD D. FOWLER / VAW-116
The pilots of Carrier Airborne Command and Control Squadron (VAW) 116 pose with the
Top Hook Award.
By Lt. Blake A. Baccigalopi
VAW-116
The Sun Kings of Car-
rier Airborne Early Warn-
ing Squadron (VAW) 116
earned the coveted West
Coast E-2C Top Hook
Squadron of the Year
Award at the 43rd annual
Hawkeye Ball Sept. 23.
The event recognizes the
successes of the past year
for squadrons that conduct
flight operations in the
Navy’s E-2C Hawkeye air-
craft.
Presented by Capt. Mat-
thew Danehy, Commander
Airborne Command Con-
trol and Logistics Wing
(COMACCLOGWING),
the award recognizes VAW-
116 for its aircraft landing
performance while aboard
USS Abraham Lincoln
(CVN 72) during Compos-
ite Training Unit Exercise
(COMPTUEX) in October
2011 and deployment in
support of Operation En-
during Freedom from De-
cember 2011 to August
2012.
Each time a pilot lands
on the carrier, the pass is
evaluated and graded on a
4.0 scale. The average grade
of all the landings for each
pilot in each squadron de-
termines the overall squad-
ron landing grade point
average (GPA) and board-
ing rate. The squadron with
the best GPAearns the title
of Top Hook.
VAW-116 achieved a 3.45
landing average and a 97.1
percent boarding rate, the
best of the squadrons.
Additionally, several in-
dividuals from VAW-116
were recognized at the ball.
Ensign Jayson Belmes was
selected as Hawkeye Main-
tenance Officer of the Year
for his accomplishments
and leadership as Mainte-
nance Material Control Of-
ficer (MMCO).
“While I am honored to
receive this award, I have to
give credit to the Sun King
maintenance team,” said
Belmes. “The success this
squadron has exhibited is
not only a result of my ef-
forts, but the absolutely
impressive achievements
the members of this squad-
ron continue to make from
day to day.”
Receiving honorable
mentions at the event were
Lt. Chad Van Keulen for
his nomination as Hawkeye
Pilot of the Year and Lt.
Toby Rollenhagen for his
nomination as Hawkeye
Naval Flight Officer of the
Year.
VAW-116 earns Top Hook
Flanking Ensign Jayson Belmes as he hold his Hawkeye
Maintenance Officer of the Year Award are, from left, Lt.
Cmdr. Matthew Ventimiglia, maintenance officer; Lt. Cmdr.
Paul Meyer, quality assurance officer; Lt. Cmdr. Michael
Dagdagan, assistant maintenance officer; and Cmdr. Paul
Dale, commanding officer.
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Youngsters in the after-school program
at the Naval Base Ventura County, Point
Mugu, Youth Center recently harvested 6
dozen ears of corn from the plants they
had been nurturing for several weeks.
But some of them were in for a surprise
when they pulled back the husks.
The corn was red.
Program lead Stacey Tamai had given
youngsters in the summer camp at Point
Mugu some Ruby Queen Hybrid Sweet
Corn to plant. When the summer was over,
the project was turned over to the after-
school kids, some of whom didn’t know
the corn would be red.
“The color was beautiful and it really
was a sweet corn,” Tamai said. “We will
definitely plant this variety again next
year. It was easy to grow, and it was deli-
cious!
Tamai has been teaching agriculture to
Point Mugu youngsters for seven years as
a joint project with the 4-H Club. Using
gardening bins that were donated a few
years ago, children have planted potatoes,
onions, garlic, cabbage, broccoli and even
kale. After planting the seeds or seedlings,
they carefully water them, harvest the veg-
etables when they’re ready, then cook them
up.
“I love introducing children to new va-
rieties of foods,” Tamai said.
Red corn?
A-maize-ing!
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
About 6 dozen ears of Ruby Queen Hybrid Sweet Corn were harvested from these plants grown behind the Naval Base Ventura County,
Point Mugu, Youth Center.
PHOTO BY STACEY TAMAI /
NBVC POINT MUGU CYP
Victoria Sabogal, 5, shows off one of the
ears she plucked from the corn growing
behind the Youth Center. Victoria is the
daughter of YN1 Jessica Morales of the
31st Seabee Readiness Group.
PHOTO BY STACEY TAMAI / NBVC POINT MUGU CYP
Youngsters show off the Ruby Queen Hybrid Sweet Corn they harvested last month at the Youth Center.
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By Susan E. Lester
CSFE Public Affairs
The Center for Seabees and
Facilities Engineering (CSFE),
located at Naval Base Ventura
County, Port Hueneme, an-
nounces the release of the
newly revised Seabee Combat
Handbook, Volumes 1 and 2.
The handbooks, NAVED-
TRA 14234A and 14235A, are
available through the Nonresi-
dent Training Courses (NRTC)
website at https://www.courses.
netc.navy.mil/.
They had not been updated
since 1993.
“These volumes have been
brought up to date with the lat-
est information on the Seabee
way of military life,” said Chief
Builder (SCW) Jason Verneris,
project manager with the NAV-
FAC Training Support Agency,
CSFE. “They cover the large
breadth in technological, pro-
cedural and policy changes that
a Seabee needs to know in their
daily working environment.”
Command Master Chief Co-
rey Heinrich of the 31st Seabee
Readiness Group welcomed
what he called a “foundational
reference” into the electronic
age.
“The graphics and interac-
tion will appeal to all types of
learners, enhancing our Sailors’
ability to comprehend these
life-saving skills,” he said.
NRTC self-study courses are
available to active duty and
Reserve (retirement points)
Seabees and are designed to
help them improve their mili-
tary and tactical knowledge in
preparation for the Navywide
advancement rating exam. They
also help Seabees who are seek-
ing warfare qualification in the
Seabee Combat Warfare Per-
sonnel Qualification Standards
(PQS) programs.
They are easily accessed and
available for printing and in
PDF download. They also ref-
erence useful information that
can be found in other publica-
tions.
Each of the 19 chapters has
a trainee feedback form that
can be submitted to CSFE via
mail, fax or email.
Each volume has an end-of-
chapter assignment which is
submitted online, and a down-
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available after all course as-
signments are completed.
“I am pleased that the Sea-
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information on techniques and
all the great contributions Sea-
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3.
Course content covers the
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munications, weapons, first
aid, convoy and patrol, defense
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TRICARE will cover flu shots or flu
mists at no cost to military families. Just
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your local military clinic, a TRICARE
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pharmacy. If you go to a pharmacy, make
sure the actual pharmacist gives you the
flu shot or mist to avoid out-of-pocket
costs.
If you choose to get your shot at the
doctor’s office, just be aware that some
physicians may charge a small co-pay for
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idea to call your local military clinic first
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The CDC recommends everyone 6
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• Offer to get your shot first. It will help
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• Finish the flu shot appointment with
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By Darrell Waller
NAVFAC EXWC Public Affairs
Engineers at the Naval Facilities
Engineering and Expeditionary
Warfare Center (NAVFAC
EXWC) are trying out a new wa-
ter irrigationsystemat Naval Base
Ventura County (NBVC) Port
Hueneme.
The system, which was tested
for the first time Sept. 27, is in-
tended for use at Department of
Defense (DoD) installations
worldwide.
The “Smart Water” conserva-
tion systemproject is demonstrat-
ing and validating a new technol-
ogy that makes more efficient use
of potable water supplies and re-
duces the demand for treated wa-
ter used for landscape irrigation.
It will help military commands
comply with Executive Order
13423, which called for agencies
to reduce water consumption
starting in Fiscal Year 2008.
“The current water processes
used to irrigate the surrounding
landscape at many DoDfacilities
are highly inefficient, and large
quantities of potable water are lost
to evaporation, wind and overwa-
tering,”said Capt. Brant D. Pick-
rell, the commanding officer of
NAVFACEXWC. “Asmart water
conservation system could sig-
nificantly reduce DoD potable
water costs and demand, poten-
tially saving millions of gallons of
water per year.”
The DoD operates facilities in
the Southwest desert with water
supplies that fail to meet the cur-
rent and projected demand. Spe-
cific water issues include pump
rates exceeding aquifer recharge
and water rights disputes. How-
ever, irrigating landscapes is large-
ly done through trial and error,
resulting in overwatering and un-
healthy turf and plants.
The increasing costs of produc-
tion per unit volume, quality and
habitat degradation issues have
significantly impacted military
installations andoperations. These
problems are likely to intensify
with the changing global cli-
mate.
Currently, huge volumes of po-
table water are used to irrigate
large turf areas, including athletic
fields, parade grounds, housing
areas and other landscaping es-
sential for recreational andmorale
purposes.
Potable water consumption for
irrigated landscape surrounding
DoD buildings can exceed the in-
ternal water consumption of the
building by a factor of two to five
times. The U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency estimates that
more than 50 percent of this land-
scape water is thenlost toevapora-
tion, wind and overwatering.
Existing irrigation systems can
be retrofittedwithsmart water con-
servation systems that combine
proventechnologies suchas captur-
ing rooftop rainwater with newer,
less developed concepts such as
HVAC(heating, ventilationandair
conditioning) condensate harvest-
ing and weather tracking control-
lers. Such combinations can pro-
vide an optimized, highly efficient
system for irrigation of landscape
surrounding DoD buildings.
The project will measure overall
success by a reduction in potable
water consumptionusedfor irriga-
tion, the reductioninpotable water
costs and the payback period re-
sulting fromsmart water conserva-
tion system capital costs.
New water-saving irrigation system tested at NBVC
PHOTO BY DARRELL WALLER / NAVFAC EXWC PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Workers assemble components for a water storage tank, part of a
water-conservation system that incorporates smart weather tracking
controllers and site-specific sensor inputs along with more tried-and-
true methods, such as rainwater capture.
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Construction Mechanic 2nd Class James
Miller of the Naval Construction Training
Center was ready to dive into foreign ter-
ritory.
His plate was covered with German
bratwurst, Italian bruschetta, Jamaican
curry and Chinese hot and sour soup.
Which was he looking forward to
most?
Miller looked down at the plate, smiled,
then looked back up.
“All of it,” he said.
For the 19th year, Multicultural Day
was giving Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) a taste of international cuisine.
The event, held Tuesday, Oct. 2, outside
the Seabee Chapel at NBVC Port Huen-
eme, featured more than a dozen food
booths, each catering to a different cuisine
or special interest. For $6, visitors could
buy a “passport” and get a sample from
each booth — and more than 300 people
did.
Booths were judged not only on the
food, but also on decorations and the cul-
tural information provided.
Coming in first this year was the Navy
Lodge, which served Shrimp Lumpia,
shrimp wrapped in a pastry and deep-
fried.
Navy Lodge General Manager Carla
Vicens said a crew of four had started
wrapping the shrimp at 5 a.m., preparing
642 lumpia in seven hours. They deep-fried
the delicacies on site.
“This is good food,” she said.
Taking second place was the Asian Pa-
cific American Committee (APAC), which
made Gyoza, Japanese dumplings. The
APAC booth was filled with Japanese
items, and Marlene Bradshaw, a mechan-
ical engineer with Naval Facilities South-
west Public Works, stood by in a kimo-
no.
Third place went to the Naval Branch
Health Clinic of Port Hueneme, which
honored Hawaii with a pork sandwich on
Hawaiian bread.
Chief Yeoman Lillian Patterson said
the NBVC Chief Petty Officers Associa-
tion, which organized this year’s event,
wanted to make sure there was enough
variety.
From Louisiana jambalaya — served
in a booth adorned with an alligator head
— to Mexican sautéed cactus to the Greek
spinach and pastry delicacy known as
Spanokopita, there seemed to be plenty
of that.
There was even variety within individ-
ual booths. The African-American Focus
Group of Naval Surface Warfare Center
Port Hueneme Division served two types
of cornbread: a sweet cornbread made
with corn, honey, butter and vanilla, and
a firebread, made with heavy cream, but-
ter, jalapeno peppers and cheese.
The NCTC booth featured German
bratwurst with sauerkraut on the side.
Equipment Operator 2nd Class Ryan
Newman said it didn’t take the NCTC
long to decide what to serve.
“It’s easy,” he said, “and it tastes deli-
cious.”
19th Annual Multicultural Day brings international flavor to NBVC
With Southern cuisine on the menu — specifically jambalaya and chicken and smoked sausage
gumbo — the crew at the Chiefs Mess booth had to reassure several passport-holders that the
alligator head was for decoration only.
Jeanette Astora-Romero, a program analyst with Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Division, adds
Spanokopita — spinach and cheese layered in phyllo — to her plate. Greece was the theme for this booth by Fleet
Readiness Center Southwest, Point Mugu Detachment, staffed by ATC Patrick Robinson and AB2 Ada Jurado.
Gyoza, a Japanese dumpling, was the featured
dish at the Asian Pacific American Committee
booth, which took second place at the 19th
Annual Multicultural Day at Naval Base Ventura
County, Port Hueneme. Here, EA2 Nicholas
Duong of the 31st Seabee Readiness Group
serves up the delicacy.
Photos by AndreA howry / LIghthouse
Food booths rim dining tables set up on the lawn next to the Seabee Chapel at Naval Base Ventura County, Port
Hueneme, for the 19th Annual Multicultural Day Tuesday, Oct. 2.
CM2 James Miller of the Naval Construction
Training Center gets ready to sample something
from every country represented at the 19th
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19th Annual Multicultural Day brings international flavor to NBVC
Jeanette Astora-Romero, a program analyst with Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Division, adds
Spanokopita — spinach and cheese layered in phyllo — to her plate. Greece was the theme for this booth by Fleet
Readiness Center Southwest, Point Mugu Detachment, staffed by ATC Patrick Robinson and AB2 Ada Jurado.
Photos by AndreA howry / LIghthouse
Food booths rim dining tables set up on the lawn next to the Seabee Chapel at Naval Base Ventura County, Port
Hueneme, for the 19th Annual Multicultural Day Tuesday, Oct. 2.
A $6 “passport” entitled those who attended Multicultural Day a sample
from each of the food booths — and there were more than a dozen. Here,
BU1 Matt Gage crosses the German-themed Naval Construction Training
Center booth, which served bratwurst and sauerkraut, off the passport
belonging to Construction Mechanic Construction Apprentice Krista
Gebhardt.
CS3 Mark Hargis serves up a bowl of Chinese
hot and sour soup, the meal prepared by the Port
Hueneme Galley for Multicultural Day.
Members of the First Class Petty Officers Association cooked spaghetti
and prepared bruschetta for their Italian-themed booth. Here, CS1 Johnnie
Perry serves up CS2 Rafael Pascual, who works in the galleys.
Spending seven hours preparing 642 Shrimp Lumpia for Multicultural Day paid off for the Navy Lodge
crew, which walked away with first place. Amy Pechache was one of the workers who got up at 5 a.m.
to help wrap the shrimp before frying them at the event.
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Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
Domestic abuse occurs not only in mil-
itary communities, but in all communities
across the country and around the
world.
Domestic abuse occurs no matter one’s
gender, language, sexual preference, so-
cioeconomic status, race or religion. A
victim can be male or female, just as an
offender can be male or female.
In the military, a victim or an offender
can be newly enlisted or an officer. Do-
mestic abuse can occur with couples who
are just dating; it can occur with a couple
married 50 years.
As domestic abuse victim advocates, a
large part of our job is responding to re-
ports of abuse or requests for assistance
frompeople in abusive relationships. How-
ever, another large part of our job — and
one that we put a lot of effort into — is
prevention.
In an ideal world, we could eradicate
domestic abuse, but we don’t have any such
grandiose misconceptions. Rather, we
merely try to take as many steps as we can
to reduce instances of domestic abuse in
our community. We get the word out about
reporting options, resources and ways to
recognize if you are in an abusive relation-
ship. We do this by giving briefs to service
members, speaking with spouses, educat-
ing commands and ombudsmen on how
to spot warning signs in the families they
serve and informing them of available re-
sources, and working with community
agencies that respond to domestic abuse.
As President Barack Obama stated in
his 2012 Presidential Proclamation: “All
Americans can play a role in ending do-
mestic violence. Each of us can promote
healthy relationships, speak out … stand
with survivors we know, and change at-
titudes that perpetuate the cycle of abuse.
We must also ensure that survivors of do-
mestic violence know they are not alone,
and that there are resources available to
them.”
I agree that one of the most crucial tools
anyone can provide a victim of domestic
abuse is support — emotional support,
someone to listen, someone to understand,
someone who will not judge, someone who
will not tell them what to do but rather
support the decisions they make.
As advocates, we understand the com-
plexity of abusive relationships. We do not
tell victims to leave, nor do we ask victims
to leave. We provide victims with educa-
tion, promote safety, provide resources
and assist them in the choices they make
regarding their relationship. We also un-
derstand that couples can get past the
abuse, but rarely without assistance. With
counseling, they can turn a relationship
that is unhealthy into one that is healthy.
The Fleet & Family Support Center of-
fers individual and couples counseling,
and it has couples workshops that focus
on improving your connection, improving
your communication and promoting ef-
fective and healthy problem-solving.
The FFSC also has victim advocates to
assist with safety planning, protective or-
ders, shelter, questions regarding divorce
or child custody and general needs.
If you or someone you know is in an
abusive relationship and you want to speak
confidentially with an advocate, please call
Laura Hanson at 805-982-4117 or Rosie
Barnes at 805-982-3788.
— For more information on any of the FFSC
workshops or counseling services, call 805-
982-5037 or find us on Facebook at www.
facebook.com/FFSC.NBVC.
FFSC offers counseling, support in domestic violence cases
Staying
safe
with Laura
Hanson
FFSC
Toll-free appointment scheduling ser-
vice: 1-866-923-6478, call 24 hours a day,
seven days a week. Personal, marital, fam-
ily counseling; financial management;
spouse employment; transition assistance;
relocation assistance; life skills workshops
are available at the Fleet and Family Sup-
port Center. Now with three locations:
NBVCPoint Mugu, Bldg. 225 next to the
chapel, 989-8146; NBVC Port Hueneme,
Bldg. 1169 behind NEX, 982-5037; Cata-
lina Heights, 913B Calle la Roda, 982-
5037.
All classes at Port Hueneme unless oth-
erwise noted. Call 982-5037 for more in-
formation. Workshops also available in
command spaces. Child care option avail-
able with prior registration.
Career Support and Retention
(Register for TAP classes with your
Command Career Counselor)
• Executive Transition Assistance Pro-
gram (XTAP): E-7 & above, retirees and
officers. Bring medical record & DD2648
Monday. Appropriate civilian attire.
Spouses welcome. Please register via your
command career counselor. Monday
through Thursday, Oct. 29-Nov. 1, daily
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• Transition Assistance Program(TAP):
E-6 & below, separatees. Bring DD2648
& medical record on Monday. Appropri-
ate civilian attire. Register via command
career counselor. Monday-Thursday,
Nov. 5-8, daily 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• VA Assistance and Paperwork Turn-
In: Hands-on assistance in filing, reopen-
ing or appealing your VA claim. Active
duty, veterans, widows, walk-ins welcome!
Wed, Oct. 24; 9 a.m. to noon.
• Corporate Resume Writing: Cutting-
edge resume techniques! Fri., Oct. 19, 7:30
to 9 a.m.
• Federal Employment — How to Ap-
ply: Learn key factors to navigate the
federal application process. Fri., Oct. 19,
9:15 to 11 a.m.
• Holiday Hiring —Finding Temporary
Employment: There are jobs out there for
the holidays. Come and learn how to job-
search. Mon., Oct. 29, 6 to 7 p.m.
• Excel —The Basics: Learn howto use
Excel effectively for work or home. Per-
sonal laptop highly recommended. Tues.,
Oct. 30, 5 to 6 p.m.
Deployment Support
• Individual Augmentee (IA) Family
Connection: Whether this is your first or
21st experience with Individual Augmen-
tees, join other family members and meet
the spouses of deployed service members.
Share your own knowledge of the IA ex-
perience. Thurs., Oct. 18; 3 to 4 p.m.
Command Liaison
The Fleet &Family Support Center can
provide services at your location . Call the
FFSC command liaison at 982-6251 or
email Sandra.Lyle@navy.mil.
Operation Prepare
Disaster Preparedness: Information and
hands-on activities to help you prepare
for disasters. Call if you would like class-
es in your command spaces. 805-982-
6251.
Relocation Assistance
• General information: 982-3726.
• Married to the Military: Learn about
military benefits, family programs and
Navy jargon & customs. Thurs., Oct. 18,
9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Ombudsman
• General information: 989-1682.
• Ombudsman Training: Great oppor-
tunities for new Ombudsmen to network
and learn the program. Monday-Friday,
Oct. 22-26, 5 to 9 p.m., Pt. Mugu FFSC,
Bldg. 225.
• Ombudsman Monthly Meeting: Tues.,
Oct. 30, 6 to 8 p.m., Chapel Fellowship
Hall at Point Mugu.
New Parent Support
• General information: 982-4130, 982-
5328.
• Newborn 411: Information &support
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Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
for parents of newborns 0-16 weeks.
Wednesdays, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.. Please
feel free to drop-in. • New Mamas: For
expecting mamas and mamas with babies
0–15 months old. Information, education
and support. Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. to
1:30 p.m.
• Yoga Mamas: For expecting and new
mamas. a gentle stretch. Tuesdays, 12:30
to 1:45 p.m., Bee Fit Center.
• Little Explorers: An interactive par-
ent-toddler playgroup for babies 15-36
months. Thursdays, 10 to 11 a.m. except
for the first Thursday of the month. Call
982-5037 for location.
Exceptional Family Member
• General information: 989-8844.
• Parents Support Network: A support
group for active and retired military
families with special needs children. Share
local resources and get support. Meets
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. second Wednesday of
every month. Please call for location,
989-8844.
Financial Management
• One-on-one financial counseling
available. Call 982-3159 for appoint-
ment.
• Command Financial Specialist Train-
ing: E-6 and above. Learn to be a Com-
mand Financial Specialist for your com-
mand. It looks great on your eval!
Monday-Friday, Oct. 22-26, 7:30 a.m. to
4 p.m.
• How to Survive the Holidays: Holi-
day expenses can be a drain on your fi-
nances. Obtain information, tools and
ideas necessary to develop a holiday
spending plan, save on holiday costs and
create a financial plan to pay for holiday
debt and control spending throughout
the year. Mon., Oct. 29, 7 to 8 p.m.
Victim Advocate Services
* General information: 982-5037.
• Victim advocates can conduct safety
planning; assist with obtaining emer-
gency shelter and housing; assist in ob-
taining protective orders; provide infor-
mation on reporting options, as well as
divorce or custody; provide information
on transitional compensation and make
referrals to community agencies. Call
982-5037 to speak to an advocate.
Sexual Assault Prevention
and Response (SAPR)
• Call 982-6139 for the 2012 SAPR
training schedule or for more informa-
tion about the SAPR Program.
• SAPR Point of Contact (POC) Quar-
terly Meeting: Thurs., Oct. 25; 10 to 11
a.m.
• If you are a victim of sexual assault,
please call the 24-Hour DoDSafe Helpline
at 1-877-995-5247,
Life Skills Workshops
• General information: 982-3102.
• H.E.R. Healthy Emotional Relation-
ships Group: For women only. Meet new
friends, relax and connect with other
women. Childcare available, must register
to attend. Call 805-982-5326 to register.
• Stress Management 101: Learn the
basics of handling stress. Mon., Oct. 22,
1 to 2 p.m.
Free food distribution
• Third Saturday of every month: Oct. 20,
Nov. 17 and Dec. 22, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Bldg.
19, near the Pleasant Valley Gate on NBVC
Port Hueneme. Fooditems varyfrommonth
tomonth. Requirements: ActivedutyE-6and
belowortheirspouses; bringanLESandonly
one issue per family. E-7 with two or more
dependents may qualify. Income guideline
statement available at distribution site.
— For information, please call Sandy Lyle,
command liaison, at 989-8833 or e-mail
sandra.lyle@navy.mil.
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Wooden silhouettes, each wearing a sign telling the story of a real victim of domestic abuse, stand in the lobby of the Fleet & Family
Support Center at Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme.
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how to pull the pin out and activate one,”
explained Engineer Jeremy Webb as he
helped 4-year-old Landon Baker aim the
fire extinguisher hose at the flames. Land-
on is the grandson of Curtis Baker, a vol-
unteer with the Red Cross office at
NBVC.
About 200 people stopped by Point
Mugu’s Station 72 that morning.
“This is really cool,” said Builder Con-
structionman Rod Hampton of the 31st
Seabee Readiness Group. “I’m glad we
could bring the kids and let them experi-
ence this.”
He and his wife, Patricia, brought 2-
year-old Riley and 3-month-old Conner
to the event.
The theme of this year’s National Fire
Prevention Week is “Have two ways
out.”
“Many people don’t realize that they
are at greater danger from a fire at home
than anywhere else,”said NBVCFire Pre-
vention Chief Marcela Martinez. “Fortu-
nately, there are may things residents can
do to turn that around and make their
homes fire safe.”
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Engineer Jeremy Webb helps Landon Baker, 4, control the hose of a fire extinguisher during one of several demonstrations Saturday,
Oct. 13, at Station 72, Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu. PHOTO COURTESY PATRICIA HAMPTON
BUCN Rod Hampton of the 31st Seabee
Readiness Group and his son, Riley, 2,
watch a demonstration of the Mobile Aircraft
Firefighting Trainer during the Saturday, Oct.
13, open house and pancake breakfast.
Fire captures all
the attention
at open house
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Here are some tips from the National
Fire Protection Association on surviving
a house fire:
• Plan an escape. Draw a floorplan of
your home and show everyone two ways
out of each room.
• Agree on a meeting place. Figure out
where everyone will gather after they’ve
escaped.
• Be prepared. Make sure everyone in
your home — including children — can
unlock and open all doors and windows,
and make sure that if your windows have
security bars they’re equipped with quick-
release devices that everyone knows how
to use.
• Practice. Hold home fire drills, and
make them realistic by pretending some
escape routes are blocked by smoke or
fire.
• Check your smoke alarms. Test them
every month, replace the batteries every
year, and replace the entire alarm every
10 years.
‘Have 2 ways out,’ firefighters tell families
Two firefighters from
Naval Base Ventura
County (NBVC) were
recently named “Fire-
fighter of the Year” by
local community orga-
nizations.
The Kiwanis Club of
Ventura gave its award
to Capt. Michael Bond,
a firefighter and emer-
gency medical techni-
cian at NBVC since
2009. The Carefree
Living Association of
Hueneme Bay, a senior
living complex just
outside the gates of
NBVC Port Hueneme,
gave its award to Engi-
neer Michael Lane. A
firefighter and emer-
gency medical techni-
cian at NBVC since
2007, he was assigned
to Port Hueneme Fire
Station 73 in 2011 and
helped fight a structure
fire in Hueneme Bay
shortly after his move.
Both firefighters at-
tended local high
schools. Bond gradu-
ated from Santa Paula
High School and the
Oxnard College Re-
gional Fire Academy.
Lane graduated from
Thousand Oaks High
School, joined the Air
Force and attended ba-
sic fire school at Good-
fellow Air Force Base
in Texas.
At NBVC, Bond is
the program manager
for the Mobile Aircraft
Firefighter Trainer and
the department’s driv-
er/operator programs.
During a recent pro-
gram compliance as-
sessment, his programs
were described as “best
seen to date.”
Fire Chief John Ad-
kins described Bond as
“our go-to captain.”
“When an issue needs
to be taken care of
quickly, Mike is the
guy that gets it done,”
he said.
Lane was also praised
for his hard work, lead-
ership skills and volun-
teerism. But it was his
skills shown in the
Hueneme Bay fire that
the Carefree Living As-
sociation emphasized
and that Adkins
stressed.
“There is no doubt
that Engineer Lane’s
quick actions and piv-
otal leadership played
a key role in saving the
adjacent properties,”
Adkins told the asso-
ciation.
Hueneme Bay has
761 homes and was
built in 1964.
Local organizations honor 2 from NBVC
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Port Hueneme Mayor Doug Breeze reads a
commendation praising Engineer Michael Lane, who
was named Firefighter of the Year by the Carefree
Living Association of Hueneme Bay, a senior living
complex in Port Hueneme.
Capt. Michael Bond is the
Kiwanis Club of Ventura’s
Firefighter of the Year.
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Mugu; Naval Branch Health Clinic; Fleet
Readiness Center, Detachment Point Mugu;
Commander Airborne Command Control
andLogistics Wing; Carrier Airborne Com-
mand and Control Squadron (VAW) 113;
and Naval Mobile Construction Battalions
3 and 4.
Laura Hanson and Rosie Barnes, domes-
tic abuse victim advocates for the Fleet &
Family Support Center, visited those com-
mands earlier this month, carrying empty
banners —theycalledthem“awareness can-
vases” — and purple paint so Sailors could
emblazon their handprints onto the white
canvas and sign it.
“This is an important cause,” said Senior
EnlistedLeader LennyKoelbel as hewatched
more than 50 of his divers sign the banner
reading“We Are One Voice Against Domes-
tic Violence.”
“I’m hoping this will bring an awareness
that will cause intervention when people see
it,”Koelbel added.
Hanson said the commands’ involvement
reachedanewheight this year, withthe ban-
ner idea being well-received.
“We take prevention so seriously because
the impact of domestic abuse onsomeone is
sosevere,”she explained. “Apart frombruis-
es, cuts, scrapes or brokenbones, there are so
many invisible wounds that cannot be
seen.”
She saidmanyvictims suffer fromanxiety,
depression, lowself-esteem, social withdraw-
al, hyper-vigilance, nightmares and physical
ailments. “Victims maybe unable toworkor
care for children, or they may turn to sub-
stance abuse to numb the pain,”she said.
Domestic violence canalsocarry through
to future generations, she noted.
“Children witnessing violence between
parents or caretakers is the strongest riskfac-
tor of transmittingviolent behavior fromone
generationtothe next,”she said. “Boys who
witness violence are twice as likelytobecome
abusive infuture relationships, andgirls who
witness violence are more likelytofindthem-
selves inanabusive relationshipinthe future.
Therefore, by working to prevent abuse in
this generation, we are reducing abuse inthe
future generation.”
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Ninety-eight wooden ribbons — each
representing a domestic violence incident
reported at Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) in 2010 —are on display through
October on the front lawn at the Fleet &
Family Support Center, NBVCPort Hue-
neme.
The ribbons were made by Seabees
from Naval Mobile Construction Bat-
talion (NMCB) 3, which is currently
homeported at Port Hueneme.
“We were ecstatic that they asked us to
do this,” said Chief Steelworker Mark
Pembleton, homeport liaison for NMCB
3. “FFSC is always there for us, so it’s
good that we were able to do something
for them.”
Laura Hanson, a domestic abuse victim
advocate with FFSC, said domestic vio-
lence remains a huge problem, both in
the military and in society at large.
“According to the Department of De-
fense fiscal year report in 2010, there were
15,785 reported cases of domestic abuse
—51 every day,”Hanson said. “This only
includes married couples and only in-
cludes those reported to the Family Ad-
vocacy Program, so it is not an accurate
reflection of the actual number of cas-
es.”
NMCB 3 creates 98 wooden ribbons, each representing a case
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
The banner created in Point Mugu’s Building 1, headquarters of Naval Base Ventura County,
hangs at the main entranceway.
Her hands painted purple, IT3 Ariana Medina of Underwater Construction Team 2 signs a
banner opposing domestic violence as IT2 Stephanie Duran waits her turn.
Banners express commands’ feelings about domestic violence
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Apart from bruises,
cuts, scrapes or
broken bones, there
are so many invisible
wounds.
— Laura Hanson
Domestic abuse victim advocate
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By EAC (SCW/DV) Blair Mercado
UCT 2
Seabees fromUnderwater Construction
Team (UCT) 2, based at Naval Base Ven-
tura County, Port Hueneme, spent two
months this summer inspecting, stabilizing
and repairing cable off the coast of the
Hawaiian Islands.
Construction Dive Detachment (CDD)
Charlie spent much of June and July re-
pairing winter damage at Pacific Missile
Range Facility (PMRF), Barking Sands,
and preparing the range for this year’s Rim
of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise. Held
in August, RIMPAC is the largest inter-
national maritime exercise in the world,
involving 22 nations, 42 ships, six subma-
rines, more than 200 aircraft and 25,000
personnel.
PMRF is the only range in the world
where submarines, surface ships, aircraft
and space vehicles can operate and be
tracked simultaneously. There are more
than 1,100 square miles of instrumented
underwater range and more than 42,000
square miles of controlled airspace.
Seabee divers combine the best of two
disciplines, relying on their construction
capabilities as Seabees and their compe-
tence as divers to accomplish missions that
no other unit in the Navy is capable of
performing.
For this task, UCT-2 divers worked in
depths of 30 to 120 feet of seawater off a
Lighter Amphibious Resupply Craft
(LARC). They installed 3 tons of cast iron
pipe designed to fit around the cables and
protect them from the harsh sea state.
They also dove to depths of 110 feet in
the open ocean to perform maintenance
on 10 practice mines in a training mine
field.
In addition, two members of CDD
Charlie, Builder 1st Class (SCW/DV)
Donny Wedekind and Construction Me-
chanic 2nd Class (SCW) Ryan O’Toole,
provided support to the Space and Naval
Warfare Systems CommandMarine Mam-
mal Unit using LARCs and small boats
to recover practice rounds and targets for
the exercise.
Crossing the pristine Hawaiian beaches
on their way to work presented a unique
challenge. A mother sea turtle decided to
lay her eggs on the beach next to the only
landing zone for the detachment’s equip-
ment. Base environmentalists put up a
safety barrier, and with careful maneuver-
UCT-2 divers spend summer in Pacific Missile Range waters
PHOTO BY BU2 JOSHUA KNOLLA / UCT-2
BU2 Sonny Ramos cleans a deep water buoy off Niihau in the Hawaiian Islands.
PHOTO BY CE2 DANIEL LEHNE / UCT-2
SW1 Brett Sligo of Underwater Construction Team 2 inspects the split pipe installed off the coast of Kauai.
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ing, day-to-day operations were not af-
fected. The divers were happy to report
that after seven weeks of anticipation, all
the hatchlings made it safely to the
ocean.
Detachment Charlie worked six days a
week to take advantage of the favorable
weather conditions, completing more than
170 dives totaling more than 70 hours of
bottom time to ensure that the range
would be ready for the exercise.
“Our Seabee divers performed a variety
of tasks, fromdrilling stabilization points,
replacing zinc anodes and placing hun-
dreds of pieces of split pipe to protect the
sensitive acoustic range cables from the
sea state,” said Construction Electrician
2nd Class (SCW/DV) Daniel Lehne.
“During the winter months, the rough
wave action will move the cable across the
sand, rock and coral, stripping off the
protective covering, potentially destroying
the cables,” he explained. “The work we
do here saves the Navy hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars in maintenance costs
compared to a civilian company and mil-
lions in replacement costs if the system
were to go down.”
Steelworker 1st Class Nate Terrazas
added, “This is the premier training range
for the Pacific, and the work we do here
contributes directly towards fleet readi-
ness.”
Lt. Sam Williams, a Naval Air Systems
Command Integrated Project Team Lead
overseeing work on the range, agreed that
UCT-2’s work extended the life of the
range and saved the Navy money.
“The alternatives would be decreased
training capability or a total range refur-
bishment, which could cost the Navy up-
wards of $50 million,”he said. “The UCT-
2 skill set is unique because the unit has
expertise in both construction and deep
sea diving. This allows the unit to perform
quality construction work in the hazard-
ous ocean environment.”
The training range was the first stop on
a six-month deployment that is taking
UCT-2 from Kauai to Japan to the South
Pacific and Navy Region Northwest.
Divers get
range ready
for exercises
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PHOTO BY CE2 DANIEL LEHNE / UCT-2
SW1 Brett Sligo heads toward the ocean floor at the Pacific Missile Range Facility, Barking Sands.
PHOTO BY SW1 BRETT SLIGO / UCT-2
BU1 Donny Wedekind of Underwater
Construction Team 2 installs bolts onto a
split pipe off the coast of Kauai during the
second month of inspecting and repairing
cable in the Pacific Missile Range Facility.
PHOTO BY EAC BLAIR MERCADO / UCT-2
SW2 Cody Oswald prepares split pipe for installation off the coast of Kauai in June.
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NEEDHAM THEATER
Thursday, October 18
7pm: The Bourne Legacy PG13
Friday, October 19
7pm: Premium Rush PG13
9pm: The Expendables 2 R
Saturday, October 20
2pm: ParaNorman PG
5pm: Sneak Preview “Red Dawn” PG13
8pm: The Expendables 2 R
Sunday, October 21
2pm: ParaNorman PG
5pm: The Bourne Legacy PG13
Friday, October 19
7pm: The Amazing Spider-Man PG13
Saturday, October 20
2pm: Brave PG
4pm: People Like Us PG13
7pm: Abraham Lincoln
Vampire Hunter R
Sunday, October 21
2pm: Men in Black 3 PG13
4pm: Snow White and the
Huntsman PG13
All base movies are FREE. Authorized patrons include active duty and dependents, reservists,
retirees, and DoD civilians. Listings are subject to change without notice. For up-to-date movie
listings, please call the MWR Movie Line at (805) 982-5002.
Thursday, October 25
7pm: Premium Rush PG13
Friday, October 26
7pm: Premium Rush PG13
9pm: The Expendables 2 R
Saturday, October 27
2pm: ParaNorman 3D PG
5pm: Premium Rush PG13
8pm: The Expendables 2 R
Sunday, October 28
2pm: ParaNorman PG
5pm: Hit & Run R
Friday, October 26
7pm: Rock of Ages PG13
Saturday, October 27
2pm: Madagascar 3 PG
4pm: Men in Black 3 PG13
7pm: Seeking a Friend for the
End of the World R
Sunday, October 28
2pm: Brave PG
4pm: The Amazing Spider-Man PG13
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805-487-1060
VCS317869
REFRIGERATOR Hotpoint
top freeze, wht, 4-5 yrs new,
clean, very good cond $175.
805-671-9852 VCS316374
WASHER/DRYER Kenmore
$300/pair. Refrigerator $175.
All very good condition.
805-671-9852 VCS316373
Washers & Dryers
for Sale. Guaranteed
&/or Repair $99-$199
buy or pick-up your old
Kenmore & Whirlpool
washers & dryers, only
482-4983 or 816-4081
Gary Bowen VCS317867
Will pick up any
of your
unwanted
appliances
working or not.
Items like;
stoves, fridge,
freezers,
washers, dryers
& microwaves.
No charge to
haul them
away.
Same Day
Pick-Up
In Most Cases
805-760-1664
VCS317542
5th ANNUAL HARVEST
BOUTIQUE Sat Oct 13th,
9am to 4pm. 20 Vendors.
Raffles, Food, Fun!
Telephone & Johnson, Vta
VCS314526
CONEJO MOUNTAIN
MEMORIAL PARK
Santa Cruz, plot 188, Grave
L. Appraised value $7,900.
Sacrifice $5,500.
770-235-7544 VCS317394
Conejo Mtn 10 beautiful plots
adjacent to Chapel of the
Islands, Santa Rosa 1
40ft from main road. .
Lot 52 / Spaces A thru J.
$3500ea or $3000ea for all 10.
931-332-5685 or 931-724-5760
VCS316824
Ivy Lawn Memorial
Lot for Sale
“Section K” - $2200
805-625-0386 VCS317694
PALLET RACK SALE
Upright $49+ Beam $12+
SHELVING Steel & Wood
2’x4’x 6, 8 or 10’ $69+
WAREHS LADDERS $89+
805-532-1103 VCS317767
RUBBER MATTING
Great for gyms, patios, work
areas, garages, dog runs,
factory, shops. Anti fatigue,
day care play areas, truck
beds, etc. 4’x12’ rolls $85/ea.
Grass Turf and Playground
Tile. Call Pricing!
805-625-0568 VCS317716
TREADMILL
Pace Master Pro + II
Compact, non-folding, fully
aerobic, different
programmable features,
purchased 10 years ago for
$1,923, selling for $300/obo.
805-285-0996
VCS318023
TREADMILLS Display and
Floor models, excellent
condition, $250 - $400.
(805)671-9852 VCS316370
Affordable
Sectionals & Sofas
Custom Sized
Pottery Barn inspired styles
and more, local mfr
showroom factory direct
sectionals sized by the inch
with your measurements.
Hard to fit spaces our
specialty. Best prices,
quality & selection.
Sectionals from $799.
805-302-2138 VCS316636
BED California King
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warr, retails $899 sac $260!
Camarillo - 805-830-3314
Simi Valley - 805-651-8461
VCS316410
BED Full Size Orthopedic
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warr.Retails $499, sac $150.
Camarillo - 805-830-3314
Simi Valley - 805-651-8461
VCS316408
BED Queen Orthopedic
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warr.Retails $699, sell $160.
Camarillo - 805-830-3314
Simi Valley - 805-651-8461
VCS316409
BEDROOM SET
FOR SALE!!
Light Oak 6-drawer
dresser, 5-drawer chest
w/mirror and queen-size
headboard that can be
converted to a full.
Great set. Don’t miss
out! $500.00 obo
(805)340-9651 VCS317761
CALIFORNIA KING
Sealy mattress & box spring,
excellent condition. $300.
818-889-5776 VCS317826
Mens Sports Coats & Suits
Liquidation. High-end fine:
wool, silk, cashmere, suede
by top designers: Armani,
De La Renta, Hugo Boss,
Rossi, Ruffini, Jones NY,
Abboud, Cardin. $65-$125,
sizes 38-50. These are not
knock offs. CASH ONLY!
805-647-1777 for private
appointment. VCS317873
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Get paid to drive where you want!
Dely AutoWrap inc. seek people - regular citizens, not
professional drivers - to go about their normal routine as
they usually do, only with a big advert.If Interested
contact: Collindelaney@live.com
VCS317174
For sale Superior Industries
Electric Scooter, new bat-
teries, perfect cond., 12mi
range, sold new for $2595,
$1250 firm, 805-646-2168
VCS317382
RMC MEDICAL
Buy • Sell • Rent • Repair
Power Medical Scooters
Power Wheel Chairs
Reclining Lift Chairs/Ramps
Vehicle Lifts
805-647-1777
VCS316441
Boxes for moving
only 75¢ each
250. Used. 805-487-2796
www.riteboxinc.com
VCS317958
CATS CRADLE Thrift Shop
Open Thurs thru Sun 11a-5p
Clothes, jewelry, books/etc.
4160 Market #11, Vta.
805-485-8811 VCS316981
Noritake China 12pc
place setting w/ serving
pcs. Xlnt condt. Crystal
goblets w/ sauce dishes &
misc pieces of crystal.
805-323-7070 VCS317715
WE PICK UP & RECYCLE
all Major Appliances.
Help Save our Planet. Call
805-671-9569 VCS316372
SPA/HOT TUB
DELUXE 2012 MODEL.
Neck jets, therapy seat,
warranty, never used,
can deliver, worth $5950,
will sell $1950. Call
818-785-9043 VCS316731
Powermatic 20 in metal
cutting band saw 220 pwr,
30 in sheet metal machine
sheer, brake, slip roll,
never been used,
805-644-1616 VCS316525
WOODWORKING
TOOLS Kreg Master Jig
Kit. Delta Contractor
Saw with Biesmeyer
fence. Sanding drum kit.
Mortising kit. iRobot
Roomba 560 and more.
$20-$900
neailh@roadrunner.com
(805)207-9102 VCS317705
Best Deal,
Call us first!
We’ll buy your
car running
or not!
Can’t find the
pink or
registration?
No problem!
805.754.9839
VCS317735
BUYING
JUNK
CARS
TOP
$ $ $ $ $
PAID
UP TO
$1,000
Running or
Not Running
Lic’d Dismantler
pickthepart.com
(805)
933-5557
VCS317047
CA$H
for
Junk
Cars
TOP
$ $ $ $
PAID
Lic’d Dismantler &
Weighmaster
vcapinc.com
805.933.8280
842 Mission Rock Rd
Santa Paula, Ca 93060
VCS316530
I BUY HIGH-END
RANGES AND
REFRIGERATORS,
805-671-9569 VCS316371
WE WILL BUY
YOUR
VEHICLE
Licensed & Bonded
Dealer.No smog required.
WWW.
TRADEINSDIRECT.COM.
2219 E Thousand Oaks
Bl.#205 .Thousand Oaks
Ca. 91362 FREE
appraisal and offer to buy.
tradeinsdirect@
sbcglobal.net
(805)496-2967
VCS315081 VCS317323
Blue & Gold Amazon Macaw
female, talks, handles well,
11yrs old reg. w/ band,
$1500 incl. $500 lrg cage.
805-205-5414 VCS316596
A Private
Foundation Has
Rescued Dogs
For Adoption
JOSE
8 yr old Male,
Chihuahua mix, 10 lbs.
PEEWEE
6.5 yr old Male,
Chihuahua mix, 13 lbs.
ZIVA
2 yr old Female,
Chihuahua, 5 lbs.
CINNAMON
8 yr old Female
Terrier/Chihuahua Mix
8 lbs.
SOPHIE
10 month old Female,
Plott Hound, 65 lbs.
SAILOR
6.5 yr old Male
Poodle Mix, 35 lbs.
RUBY
2yr old Female
Pom/Corgi 16 lbs
MIDNIGHT
2yr old Female
Beagle-x 35 lbs
Visit our website
for pics
samsimon
foundation.org
or call
(310)457-5898
VCS316556
AKC Cocker Spaniel Pups
8wks, M & F, buff,buff/white,
$300-$350 805-486-9179
VCS317347
AKC YORKIE PUPS
cute as can be, 6wks old
very loving & playful,
tails/dew claws done, F/$785,
M/$725, parents on site
805-469-3278 VCS316644
AMERICAN BOBTAIL
CFA kittens. Starting at
$300. www.oztoca.com
805-389-6766 VCS317787
CAVALIER KING CHARLES
SPANIEL purebred puppies.
Blenheims, 2nd shots, Vet
recommended. $200 & up
805-906-1174 Google
savvycavs VCS317049
Chihuahua/Dachshund Pups
& 1yr old Jack Russell Mix
Adorable, Rescued.
Need Loving Homes.
$75.00 Call 818-269-6301
VCS316942
Chihuahua, lt brn & wht ,
2 males,1 female $100ea,
1st shots, 8 wks old
805-248-8214 VCS316634
Dachshund/Chihuahua
Mix Puppies
Black/White, shots, $200
805-248-1385 VCS317692
Dachshund/Chihuahua Puppy
Mix for Sale, $100ea,
5male & 2female, very cute.
805-649-4845 VCS317546
DACHSHUNDS AKC $500
661-769-8807 or 661-333-4697
www.aaapuppydogs.com
VCS317960
ENGLISH BULLDOG
PUPPIES. Gorgeous.
Xlnt family upbringing.
Girls & Boys. Vet Exam &
Health Guar. Pic’s and
references to email. Appts
welcome. Outstanding pet
prices of $900 - $1,250.
818-631-7556 VCS316608
FREE beautiful small black
dog / looks like a Mini
Doberman Terrier. Needs
fenced yard or land, very
protective of owners, male,
8yrs old, lots of energy.
He needs a home that can
provide constant care.
He can be aggressive when
provoked. Please call....he is
like our son and needs the
right family! Would make a
great watch dog.
310-291-8426 VCS316902
Golden Retriever Puppies
AKC, purebred w/ papers,
Avail Nov 14th, taking
deposits now! Call for info:
805-499-1979 or 661-609-5355
VCS317662
HAVANESE Really cute and
fun puppies. Male and
Female from $800.
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
805-320-1246 VCS316680
KITTENS SPECIAL $75.00!
Sat & Sun 11-5 @ PetCo/Vta
& PH, 4160 Market & Donlon
805-485-8811 VCS316976
LABRADOR - AKC
white puppies (true white)
OFA hips and elbows, eyes
cert. shots, wormed,
pups guaranteed
801-636-5006
www.dustbusterkennel.com
VCS317406
Labradors
Males & Females
2 Choc, 1 blonde, 4 black
dew clawed, first shots
available 10-17, Vta.
Call after 4:30pm $400.00
(805)340-5949 VCS317453
Maltese/Yorkie Mix (Morkie)
1 male, 2.5yrs old,
neutered. To a forever
loving home, $175.00
805-320-8244 VCS317193
PUG Pups AKC Rare Black
Excellence, Fully Trained,
Social T-I-N-Y Babies!
** EXQUISITE **
47 Champions in Pedigree!
20 Years Exp/Guar, Shots &
Delivery Incl. Graduates of
Mama’s Boy Training Camp.
$975-$1,425. For Photos Call
805-320-4834 VCS317668
PUGS PUPPIES
Purebred, Fawn,
Female & Male Avail.
Andy 805-889-0923 VCS317893
RAGDOLL KITTENS
4 1/2mo old, 2 females,
spayed w/ vaccine, $400ea
looking for loving indoor hm
805-746-7658 VCS316628
Santa Paula Animal
Rescue Center
Pit Bulls, terrific, very
handsome, 9wks old.
Visit us on the corner of
Santa Barbara & 7th
805-798-4878 VCS316681
Santa Paula Animal
Rescue Center
Pit Bull Puppies
Very Gorgeous
black & white, 9wks old.
shots, spayed & nuetered
805-525-8609 VCS317100
Schnauzer Mini Pup AKC
Beautiful, small black
female $750, smart/loving
(661)303-8877
*SelyovSchnauzers.com*
VCS316686
Scottish Terrier Puppy AKC
male, brindle, 14wks old,
shots, house training
started, avail now, $1400
805-701-4248 VCS317812
SHIH TZU PUPPIES AKC
Beautiful color, small size
$500. www.lovelyshihtzu.com
805-415-8661 VCS317004
Volunteers Needed!
Cats Cradle Rescue Thrift
Shop. Wed thru Sun 11a-5p
805-485-8811
VCS317957
WLV HIDDEN
VALLEY RANCH
EQUESTRIAN CTR
Separate barn, 14 stalls &
grooms cottage & office.
Free 1st & last month rent.
Jim 805-857-4389
or Hugh 805-857-8555
VCS317671
Administrative
Local General & Electrical
Construction company
looking for full time Office
Secretary. Must have
construction bookkeeping,
contract administration and
data entry exp. Fax resume
805-498-9963 VCS317558
Agricultural
Aide
$10.87/hr. Emergency pro-
ject insect survey field
work. No exp req’d. Good
vision & documentation
skills, valid CDL & good
DMV record req’d. Form
STD 678 State Job App
and Criminal Record Sup-
plemental Questionnaire
form are available from
EDD or at
www.spb.ca.gov
Complete and fax along
with email address &
phone # to: 805-389-3649
VCS317503
Automotive
Ventura Toyota
is seeking a
USED CAR
RECON CLERK
Must be self efficient and
computer literate. We
will train. Email resume
aramirezjr@
venturatoyota.com
or call 805-650-0510 ext 229
Ask for Alex Ramirez Jr.
VCS317357
Auto Sales
LOOKING FOR
A CAREER, NOT
JUST A JOB?
Immediate Sales positions
available. Guaranteed Sala-
ry aggressive pay plan,
401K full benefits, work for
a professional dealership in
the Thousand Oaks Auto
Mall that has been in busi-
ness 35 years.
Contact Jon at: 805-497-2711
kempfordto@aol.com
VCS317670
Auto Sales
VENTURA
TOYOTA
BIG VOLUME
DEALERSHIP
SEEKING SELF MOTI-
VATED NEW AND
USED SALES REPS
THAT ARE HARD
WORKING AND WANT
TO EARN TOP
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
TOO MUCH
TRAFFIC TO
HANDLE
6,000 GUARANTEE
TO START
(See Dealer For Details)
WE OFFER:
•TOP COMMISSIONS
• PROMOTIONS
• FREEWAY LOCATION
• GIANT INVENTORY
• 401K RETIREMENT
• HEALTH BENEFITS
APPLY IN PERSON
805-650-0510
Jaime Torres - ext: 220
VENTURA AUTO
CENTER
6360 AUTO CENTER DR
VENTURA CA 93003
VCS317358
Computers:
Clinical Data Management
Systems Manager sought
by Amgen Inc. Reqs: MS &
3 yrs exp or BS & 5 yrs;
exp w/ knowledge of stats,
MS office, SAS/BASE,
SAS/MACRO, SAS/SQL,
SAS/GRAPH, SAS/STAT,
SAS/ACCESS, Oracle Clin-
ial clinical views, Medidata
Rave Clinical Views, Win-
dows NT & Unit, SQL, C,
Perl, scripting in Unix. Job
site: Thousand Oaks, CA.
Reference # 8F8RG4 & sub-
mit resume to Global Mo-
bility, Amgen Inc., One
Amgen Center Dr, B36-2-C,
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320.
No phone calls or e-mails.
Must be legally authorized
to work in the U.S. w/o
sponsorship. EOE.
VCS317015
Transit Operations
Supervisor
$4,008 to $5,608 Monthly
Excellent benefits &
CalPERS pension plan.
This recruitment will be
open until filled.
Front line supervisor for
transit bus operations.
Acts as shift supervisor,
trains bus operators;
investigates complaints
and accidents. Requires
two years of experience
in transit or motor coach
operations or equivalent.
Obtain complete job
description & application
at: www.goldcoasttransit.org
GOLD COAST TRANSIT
An Equal Opportunity
Employer
805-483-3959, Ext. 124
hr@goldcoasttransit.org
VCS317953
Computers
Sage Network Inc.
Camarillo, Ca.
Computer Lab Tech
Entry Level
Flexible Hours/ Starting
at $10.00
Help Desk II - 3+ Years
Experience
Flexible Hours/ Starting
at $15.00 and Up
Send resume to
resumes@sagenetinc.com
Please reference:SNI2012
www.SageNetInc.com
VCS317881
COOK: Pre-season/cook
Japanese dishes; 2 yrs exp;
40 hrs/wk. Apply to: Sumo
Newbury Park, Inc. 1714
Newbury Rd., #C Newbury
Park, CA 91320.
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Pets &Supplies
300-315
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Birds/Fish
Supplies/Services
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
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Healthcare
RN II - NICU
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care facility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an environment that promotes
clinical excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
This position is accountable for providing and managing
competent nursing care to the neonatal patient that
requires moderate to complex assessments, interventions
and level of nursing vigilance. The NICU RNII is respon-
sible for working in a team environment using a
multidisciplinary approach to providing nursing care
adapted to individual patient needs based on the nursing
process, which includes assessment, planning
implementation and evaluation. The individualized
patient care is delivered in a safe, supportive, caring and
family centered environment. The RN is also responsible
for supervising, coordinating and delegating personnel
who participate in the provision of care to ensure that
patient needs and expected outcomes are met.
Qualifications:
Minimum of two (2) years current NICU Level III
experience is required. Current CA RN License, current
certification in BLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR &
AED) and current certification in Neonatal Resuscitation
Program (NRP) are required.
VCS317912
Healthcare
Occupational Therapist
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer”
Responsibilities:
Provides evaluation and treatment to a variety of in and
outpatient diagnoses. Performs initial and on-going
assessment according to department policy and scope of
practice. Documents the treatment and relevant
information according to organizational policy and
regulatory status.
Qualifications:
Current licensed Occupational Therapist in the State of
California. One (1) to two (2) years acute care
experience is preferred. Professional experience and/or
training in both inpatient and outpatient areas preferred,
including pre-graduate clinical internships. Current CPR
certification is required
VCS317685
Spanish Hills Country Club (Camarillo, CA) is hiring hard
working and experienced individuals to help complete our
growing management team.
ASSISTANT FOOD & BEVERAGE DIRECTOR - 2-3
years of recent supervisory experience in hospitality
required (Club experience preferred). Job Summary:
Assist with all F&B production and service for the Club
and off-site events. Directly supervise the F&B manager,
catering manager, dining room manager, captains and
F&B service staff. Assist with the planning and
implementation of budgets. Hire, train and supervise
subordinates and apply relevant marketing principles to
assure that the wants and needs of Club Members and
Guests are consistently exceeded.
DINING ROOM MANAGER - 1-2 years of recent
supervisory experience in hospitality or 4+ years in fine
dining service, wine & food knowledge required. Job
Summary: Manage the service of Members and Guests in
the dining room. Supervise dining room staff and assure
Member satisfaction standards are consistently attained.
ASSISTANT SOUS CHEF/CHEF TOURNANT - Minimum
4 years culinary experience, preferable in fine dining. Job
Summary: Responsible for assisting The Executive Chef
and Sous Chefs with management operations of the
kitchen as well as filling in for cooks on their days off.
Provide a la carte dinning for our members on a daily
basis and operate a high volume banquet facility and
rapidly growing off-site catering division.
Please email your resume and cover letter to
spanishhills@spanishhillscc.com. Please include your
salary history and references. State position interested in
the subject line.
VCS317666
Fac|||t|es Na|oteoaoce Leadworker
FULL TlME POSlTlON
Filing Deadline. 4.8Ą p.m.,
Thursda], 0ctooer 25th, 2Ą12
SALA8Y - $36,587.2Ą to $44,47Ą.4Ą
aoo0a||y + $914.6Ąlmo. 0aIeter|a 8eoeI|t
(with a 57 8alar] Reduction-Nandator] Furlough through Decemoer 81, 2Ą12j
Under general supervision, performs, assigns and directs
the day-to-day activities of the work crew involved in skilled
and semi-skilled building, general facility and equipment
inspection, maintenance and repair work. Coaches, trains
and leads crew staff and promotes work practices that build
teamwork and a productive work unit. This position may
work a rotating schedule including weekends, holidays, and
stand-by, and is subject to call back. lncumbents must live
within a 45-minute response time.
Qua||ñcat|ons: Education and Experience:
High School Diploma or equivalent, and any combination
of education and experience that has provided the
knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for a Facilities
Maintenance Leadworker. A typical way of obtaining the
required qualifcations is to possess the equivalent of three
years of progressively responsible experience in facilities
maintenance/construction, including two years equivalent
to that of a Facilities Maintenance Worker ll in the City of
Santa Paula. Some prior supervisory or leadworker training
or experience is highly desirable. For a full description of
requirements for the Facilities Maintenance Worker ll, please
contact the City of Santa Paula.
L|cense: Possession of a valid, class C California
driver's license and acceptable driving record required.
C|ty app||cat|on requ|red.
Apply at City of Santa Paula, 97Ą ventura St, Santa Paula
(8Ą5j 933-42Ą1. For more info, visit our website at
www.spcity.org or call (8Ą5j 933-42Ą7.
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years oI ihcreasihgly respohsible
Ihahcial ahd accouhIihg e×periehce,
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capaciIy. E×Iehsive khowledge oI
GoverhmehIal accouhIihg, GASB,
ahd Geherally AccepIed AccouhIihg
Prihciples, GAAP.
For a complete job description and
application submission information,
Visit: www.portofhueneme.org
Deadlihe Ior submiIIal: Friday, OcIober 19, 2Ą12.
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Salary: $91,2ĄĄ-$139,622
plus a comprehehsive
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Healthcare
RN II - NICU
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care facility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an environment that promotes
clinical excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
This position is accountable for providing and managing
competent nursing care to the neonatal patient that
requires moderate to complex assessments, interventions
and level of nursing vigilance. The NICU RNII is respon-
sible for working in a team environment using a
multidisciplinary approach to providing nursing care
adapted to individual patient needs based on the nursing
process, which includes assessment, planning
implementation and evaluation. The individualized
patient care is delivered in a safe, supportive, caring and
family centered environment. The RN is also responsible
for supervising, coordinating and delegating personnel
who participate in the provision of care to ensure that
patient needs and expected outcomes are met.
Qualifications:
Minimum of two (2) years current NICU Level III
experience is required. Current CA RN License, current
certification in BLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR &
AED) and current certification in Neonatal Resuscitation
Program (NRP) are required.
VCS317684
Operation Assistant
F/T, detail accurate person.
No nights or weeknds. Xlnt
salary & bene. Fax resume
818-865-1433 VCS317950
TEMPORARY
PARAEDUCATOR
Santa Paula Union High
School District is taking
applications for a
temporary Paraeducator
for the 1st semester of
the 2012-13 school year,
5days/week
(8:45am-3:15pm) at
$11.27/hour. Application
and job description can
be obtained at
www.spuhsd.k12.ca.us
or picked up at the
District Office,
500 E. Santa
Barbara St., Santa Paula,
CA 93060. EOE
VCS317817
DRIVE Your own sm car,
pickup or mini van. Mrpk/
TO/NP $11.00-$13.00/hr. F/T-
P/T. Start now! Steady
work. Paid training.
800-603-1072 VCS317181
Experienced Tire Person
for truck fleet, clean DMV,
must have own tools, paid
depended upon experience.
EOE. Apply in person to:
1895 Lirio Ave., Saticoy.
E.J. Harrison & Sons
VCS317843
Roadrunner Mangmnt Svcs needs
Class B Commercial Drivers with passenger
endorsement. Need to also have GPPV and VTT
certification . If hired with passenger endorsement, we
will help you get the other certification necessary.
Please call or email Jeanne Bellone at 805-322-9035
jbellone@rrshuttle.com should you have any questions.
240 South Glenn Drive Camarillo, CA 93010
VCS317669
DATABASE ENGINEER
Design server/client side
scripts, convert & analyze
database, mail: OmniUp-
date Inc, 1320 Flynn Rd,
#100, Camarillo, CA 93012,
No calls. VCS316257
Director of Manufacturing
Engineering for Robbins
Autotop, LLC in Oxnard,
CA to design, implement,
operate proprietary auto-
mated system to install
glass windows into replace-
ment tops for convertible
cars. Requires 5 yrs. auto-
motive engineering exp. in
design, operation & mainte-
nance of automated glass
bonding systems. Resume
to: Brian Aune, Robbins
Autotop, 321 Todd Ct.,
Oxnard, CA 93030.
VCS317028
SITE COMPUTER
TECHNICIAN
$3,213.52 - $4,007.49/mo
F/T pos, TS Dept w/Vta Co
Ofc of Ed. HS & combo ed
& exp &/or training; has
knowledge, skills & abilities
in the job desc, appl/job
desc avail from HR, 5189
Verdugo Way, Cam
(805)383-1913 or apply
www.edjoin.org EOE
Deadline: Open Until Filled
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Healthcare
Clinical Lab Scientist
Ojai Valley Community Hospital an affiliate of
Community Memorial Hospital is a non-profit,
community-based acute care facility dedicated to serving
the 35,000 plus residents of the Ojai
Valley. Our 103-bed facility, which includes a continuing
care center, is fully accredited by Det Norske Veritas
(DNV), and licensed by the California Department of
Health Services. In addition we also operate a primary
care clinic in the Ojai
Valley -- The Oak View Family Practice Clinic and the
Keeler Center for the study of Headache.
We provide inpatient, outpatient, and skilled
nursing services for mostly primary and secondary care
needs. In addition we operate a 24-hour standby
emergency room facility. Our staff is committed to
providing exceptional care and comfort to each patient
within our facility. Our highly trained staff of physicians,
nurses, management, and volunteers work closely
together to ensure the best in health care services. Ojai
Valley Community Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive Retirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other
great benefits. If you are interested in joining teams that
meld quality care and compassion to create an
environment of excellence, please take a moment to
discover more about what it’s like to work at
Community Memorial Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer
Responsibilities:
(1) On- Call Position Available Assists the section
supervisors in maintaining the highest levels of clinical
and pathological laboratory services to all customers of
CMHS. Performs all
automated technical blood bank, microbiology,
hematology, coagulation, urinalysis and chemistry
technical procedures as required. Maintains smoothly
functioning section or shift as assigned. Is able to
function as a lead in the absence of section including
supply.
Effectively deals with peers and hospital personnel.
Resolves issues within authority limits and
recognizes authority limits. Completes required reports
within allotted time frames. Maintains a safe
environment in the laboratory. Assists in education,
training and practice of safe work habits of fellow
employees. Performs
instrument maintenance and quality control.
Takes corrective action as
required. Participates in performance improvement
activities. Maintains strict patient confidentiality and
recognizes age-specific criteria.
Qualifications:
Required:
•Current CA Clinical
Laboratory Scientist License
•Bachelor’s degree from a four-year College or
University’ or one to two years related experience and/or
training; or
equivalent combination of education and experience.
Preferred:
•Recent experience in a Clinical Laboratory of an acute
care facility is preferred.
VCS317686
Healthcare
SR Network Administrator
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care facility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an environment that promotes
clinical excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Supports Network Administration (including backup,
security management, user account management, e-mail
systems including e-mail web server, internet access,
office systems and applications support).Supports server,
network and desktop hardware, software and
applications. Performs technology needs analysis. Rolls
out hardware and software to ensure optimal deployment
of resources. Plans, implements, and supports the
network and computing infrastructure plan. Manages
small to medium sized projects according to agreed upon
budgets and schedules. Assists with technology planning
through ongoing research. Provides clear and concise
training and documentation on operational processes.
Meets with customers, internal and external, assuring
documentation is clear and understood. Analyzes,
identifies, evaluates and documents customer needs and
current systems to determine system requirements and
insure future needs for patient care, regulatory
requirements and dailyoperations are met. Analyzes
present processes/programs for enhancements to improve
data integrity Provides operational support for
applications including data integrity, maintenance,
training and vendor interaction.
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent, or 5 or more years
experience in network administration and MCSE
certification, Three to five years of experience working
with Hospital Information Systems, supporting
application software, analyzing business problems,
network administration, and network security.
Specialized knowledge of integrated hospital systems.
Knowledge of analysis, debugging and standard project
management tools.
Knowledge of Information Systems current technology,
systems analysis and procedures. Active Directory,
Exchange Email administration, project management
methodologies. Meditech applications desired.
Please apply on-line at www.cmhshealth.org
VCS317679
Healthcare
Occupational Therapist
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA
Employer”
Responsibilities:
Provides evaluation and treatment to a variety of in and
outpatient diagnoses. Performs initial and on-going
assessment according to department policy and scope of
practice. Documents the treatment and relevant
information according to organizational policy and
regulatory status.
Qualifications:
Current licensed Occupational Therapist in the State of
California. One (1) to two (2) years acute care
experience is preferred. Professional experience and/or
training in both inpatient and outpatient areas preferred,
including pre-graduate clinical internships. Current CPR
certification is required
VCS317913
Healthcare
SR Clinical Systems Analyst
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los An-
geles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed non-
profit, acute care facility, committed to provide quality
patient care in an environment that promotes clinical ex-
cellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership devel-
opment. At our facility, our employees share their enthu-
siasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a com-
prehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending ac-
counts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of excel-
lence, please take a moment to discover more about what
it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Manage all activities of small to large size information
systems projects including implementation on time, with-
in budget, and coordination of the project team. Plans,
manages and guides projects, utilizing standard I.S.
Methodology, which implement computer application sys-
tems which satisfy strategic, customer and regulatory re-
quirements. Impartially analyzes new and/or possible
software enhancements identifying present and future
business needs. Works with customers to ensure modifi-
cations are appropriate and are consistent with estab-
lished I.S. standards. Provides clear and concise training
and documentation on operational processes. Meets with
customers, internal and external, assuring documentation
is clear and understood. Analyzes, identifies, evaluates
and documents customer needs and current applications
to determine system requirements and insure future
needs for patient care, regulatory requirements and daily
operations are met. Analyzes present processes/programs
for enhancements to improve data integrity Provides
operational support for applications including data integ-
rity, maintenance, training and vendor interaction. As-
sists customers in satisfying both ad-hoc and ongoing
information needs. Demonstrates detail level knowledge
of applications relating to assigned business areas. Re-
sponsible for timely and accurate problem resolution.
Utilizes standard documentation and the Help Desk Sys-
tem as daily tools. Escalates problems to suitable re-
sources, i.e., vendor, I.S. Management, when required to
assure timely resolution.
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent or 5 or more years expe-
rience in Health Care required. Minimum of three years
of experience working with Hospital Information Sys-
tems, supporting application software, analyzing business
problems, hands-on clinical experience, and / or project
management required. Specialized knowledge of inte-
grated hospital systems. Knowledge of analysis, debug-
ging and standard project management tools, Meditech
software support experience and Microsoft office automa-
tion applications is preferred. RN experience in building
and support of clinical Information Systems is preferred.
Please apply on-line at www.cmhshealth.org
VCS317906
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Removals•Respray•Paint
1 Day Svc.
www.keysacoustic.com
FREE Estimates!
Mike 805-208-6281
lic# 416345 VCS317001
AIRE COMFORT INC.
Residential HVAC
Design, Installation, Svc
BBB A+ Accredited Bus
and Trustlink Member
Serving all of Vta County
FREE Install Estimates
*** 805-797-9968 ***
Lic #877321 VCS317923
Greta’s Guns, LLC
Buy • Sell • Consignment
Ask About our
Laser Shot Training
4228 Los Angeles Ave.
Simi Valley, CA 93063
Btwn Tapo Cyn & Tapo St.
805-520-4867
www.gretasguns.com
VCS316423
35 YEARS
EXPERIENCE
All Interior and Exterior
Repairs!
Doors, termite damage,
wood siding, patio covers,
wood decks, fences, garage
shelving, painting.
Small Jobs and
Senior’s Welcome.
Call John 805-320-4931
Lic#757278 VCS317403
SIGNATURE FINISH
CARPENTRY, INC
Bonded/Insured/Licensed
• Crown Molding • Doors
• Wainscot • Mantles
• Columns • Etc
www.SignatureFinishInc.com
805-558-0551
Lic#948934 VCS316753
AHUMADA CONCRETE
Construction, Driveways,
Patios, Blockwalls,
Vinylfence, Gates, Brick,
Pooldecks, All Repairs,
All types of
Concrete & Masonry
(805)487-1613
Lic#754081 VCS317035
CLARK & SONS
CONCRETE
•Driveway/RV Pad•Patios
•Pool Decks •Sidewalks
No Job Too Small
805-583-0480
LIC#408242 VCS317691
Escobar Concrete
Reasonable rates,
No job too small.
patios, block/retaining
walls, brick, stucco, pavers
tile, driveways stamp,
foundations, sea walls.
Robert 805-890-2198
Lic #819035 VCS316886
GABRIEL H. RUIZ
Masonry & Concrete
•Stamp Concrete
•Driveways •Block Walls
•Retaining Walls
•Brick & Stone Work
•BBQ •Paving •Stucco
+ Bobcat Tractor Svc
Cell-805-231-5576
Lic#883357 VCS316775
RECESSION
RATES
For all your home
improvement & more.
Fast, Free Estimates
creatbldr@verizon.net
805-382-0464
818-312-2308
Lic#342943 VCS317868
T & T
CONSTRUCTION
• Room Additions
• Kitchen & Bath
Remodels
• Patio Covers &
Decks
Tom 805-987-2860
Lic#425257 VCS315113
W.H.
Construction
Specializing in
Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
also do Windows & Doors
•Rm Additions•Electrical
•Acoustic Ceiling Removal/
Texture•Plumbing•Tile
•Wood & Laminate Flooring
•Wood Fencing•Painting
Senior Disc.
805-485-9662 or
805-469-4629
(Lic #751293) Fully Bonded
& Insured VCS316558
THE
DOORMAN
Door Installations & Repairs,
Windows, Moldings, Stairs
Cabinets, Handyman Service
34 years exp. Camarillo
805-890-9493
VCS316865
TIM’S CUSTOM
DOORS
Over 200 Styles
French Swing Sliders, All
Brands, Locks. Hardware,
Moldings. Wholesale Prices.
25 Years Experience!
(805) 527-5808
Lic #724376 VCS317607
PRE KINDERGARTEN
TUTOR AVAILABLE
Let me get your child ready
for Kindergarten with a step
by step guide for mastering
important skills. I have over
5 years experience in
pre-school education and
I’m certified in first aid &
CPR. Contact Molly for
available times & pricing at
flowermolly@gmail.com
VCS316689
Conejo Valley
Electric
Lighting Specialist
Recessed & Landscape
Anything Electrical!
Family Owned
* FREE Estimates *
SERVICE CALL $50
Cool off whole house, Attic &
Gable Fan Specialists.
Supply a ceiling fan & we
will install it for you. $149
We install ALL
Wall Mount, Flat Screen
TV’s, Speakers & Network
Systems.
Will Beat Anyone’s Price!
805-497-7711
818-259-4055
www.conejoelectric.com
Lic#922260 VCS316755
JEFF WARD
ELECTRIC
*LED Lighting*Remodels
*Trouble Shooting *Free Est.
805-648-3184
Ins/Lic#648300 VCS317599
Pacific Coast
Electrical Contractors
Mention Ad/10% OFF labor
• Honest, Reliable & Exp’d
• Always Fair $/Guarantee
• Military & Sr. Discounts
• Lic, Bond, INS
Call EDWARD
(805)797-0402
Lic#806561 VCS316593
Grade A Firewood
For a Low price
Cut & Cured & Split
Delivery & Stacking
FREE
805-444-5504
VCS317806
SEASONED
WINTER
FIREWOOD
Oak, Almond, Eucalyptus
& Mixed, 16’’ Available
VC Woodcutters
805-987-6792 VCS317933
JJ’S GARDENING
Landscaping • General
Cleanups • Hual Trash•
Sodding & Seeding • Tree
Planting and Pruning •
Stump Removal.
Good Prices!
* FREE Estimates *
805-760-2204 ; 805-986-0370
Lic#1119461 VCS317604
CHUCK STOUT
HANDYMAN
All Trades:
Plumbing, Tile, Electric,
Drywall, Painting, Windows,
Framing & Carpentry.
30 + years in Conejo Valley
FREE Estimates
805-499-2860
Lic# 771801 VCS316786
HANDYMAN
Stucco, Fencing, Drywall,
Doors, Paint Texture,
Plumbing, Tile, Roof
Repair, Carpentry,
Windows, Concrete.
All Work Guaranteed
805-491-8330
St lic/bond 905329 VCS316862
H & S
Plumbing
Painting
Electrical
Roofing Flooring
Kitchen & Bath
805-641-2222
(Lic #642719) VCS316742
• lights • plumbing
• doors • carpentry
• locks • cabinets
• painting
Tim Voorhees 527-5808
LIC #724376 VCS317605
PARAMOUNT
Heating,Plumbing,Electrical
Painting, Drywall, Stucco,
Carpentry, Windows, Doors,
Landscaping & Hauling.
FREE Est & Sr. Discounts
No Job Too Small!
Richard 805-815-8745
Lic#086358 VCS317707
AL’S
HAULING!
7 Days-FREE Estimates!
(805)485-9334
• Tree/HedgeTrim and
Chain Saw
• Yard Rototilling
• Garage Cleanups
• Appliance Removal
* Will Haul Big or Small *
Lic. 94-06169 VCS316443
CJ HAULING
* Real Estate Clean Up
* Jacuzzi Removal
* Yard & Garage Clean Up
* Fence Removal
* Concrete, Demolition
Debris & More
FREE Estimate Anytime!
805-252-3836
VCS317591
Eddie’s
Hauling &
Gardening Svc
Garage & Yard Cleanups,
Dirt & Concrete Removal,
Tree Trimming Removal
Spa Removal
Stump Removal
* Senior Discounts
FREE Estimates!
805-758-8920
VCS317263
MATT’S ALL HAUL
WE DO IT ALL!
•Real Estate Clean-up
•Construction Clean-up
•Trash & Yard Clean-up
Demolition Services
•Landscape Construction,
•Bobcat Services
•We Pick-up Scrap Metal
FREE ESTIMATE
805-643-HAUL(4285)
lic #084142 VCS316861
Tito’s Hauling
& Fences
LANDSCAPING
TREE REMOVAL
GREAT PRICES!
• Any Demolition
• Garage/Yard
Clean Ups
• Concrete Work
• Wood Fences
• Jacuzzi Removal
• New Lawn
Sprinklers
SENIOR DISCOUNTS
Cell (805)890-3239
VCS317877
HOUSECLEANING over 20
years exp. Excellent, fast
efficient & thorough work
at modest prices, and...
“I DO WINDOWS”
and gutters. I also love
to help the elderly as needed.
Have xlnt references.
805-201-8585 VCS317602
Maid In America
Housecleaning
Services
Paul Lopez
Owner/Operator
23 Years Serving the
Conejo Valley
(805)499-7259
Lic/Bonded/Insured
(#08033) VCS316788
Spring Cleaning
....Year - A - Round....
for Everyone!
BECKY’S CLEANING
Weekly • Bi-weekly • 1 Time
20 Years Exp + Refs.
805.525.8343
VCS317483
Landscape/Maintenance
• Turf Management
• Irrigation/Sprinkler
• Weed Abatement
• Ornamental/Tropical
Specialties
• Estate Management
Retired Japanese
Contractor - 43 yrs exp.
Jim: 805-856-8438
VCS316856
AAA Pacific Coast
Construction
•Kitchen & Bath Remodels
•Paint & Drywall Specialist
•Interior/Exterior Painting
•Acoustic Removal/
Retexture
Reasonable Rates
FREE ESTIMATES
WE DO IT ALL !!
Guaranteed Quality Work
Call Matt 805-443-4608
Lic# 579047 VCS317601
ANGELO LORENZO
Custom Painting
•Residential & Commercial
•Repaints
•Remodel/New Construction
•Stucco/Drywall
Call for FREE Estimate
Office 805-581-0268
Cell 805-795-1528
Lic#465487/Insd VCS316488
DONE RIGHT
PAINTING
Quality Since 1989
Contractor.....
does his own work.
Lots of Referrals!
• All work guaranteed
• Residential
• Full Preparation
* FREE ESTIMATES *
805-522-1698
Lic/Ins #575354 VCS317300
PAINTING
C & R WEST COAST
SERVICES
Comm’l & Residential
Interior & Exterior
Free Estimates!
Quality @ Reasonable Rates
805-647-4900
Insured/Lic635809 VCS316442
....NOTICE....
“California law requires that
contractors taking jobs that
total $499 or more (labor and
materials) be licensed. State
law also requires that contrac-
tors include their license num-
bers on all advertising. Check
out your licensed contractor by
calling the Contractors State
License Board at:
1-800-321-2752”
Acoustic Ceilings
Air Conditioning/
Heating
Buy/Sell/Trade
Carpentry
Concrete Work
Construction
Doors
Education/
Instruction
Electrical
Contractor
Firewood
Gardening
Handypersons
Hauling
House Cleaning
House Cleaning
Landscaping
Paint Contractor
Local online classifeds.
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Find new& used cars.
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Plumbing
ACROWN
PLUMBING
Drain Clean/Repair. Leak
Repair. Fixture Install.
Hydro-Jetting. Plumbing
Remodels. Repipes. New
Construction 24 hrs/7 days
805-526-4125
818-612-0413
Lic #921281 VCS316858
Search
through hundreds of homes for sale
using local MLS. Visit VCSHOMES.com
Roofing
Fast & Dependable
Quality Work
(805)487-8189
www.ericksonsroofing.com
Free Estimates.Insured
Lic #734346 VCS317603
ROOFING
REPAIRS
“Winters coming
are you prepared?”
Specializing in all types of
roofing and roof repairs.
Incl gutter work, any dry
rot repair/painting /install
incl carpentry.Inspection/
repair Pipes, fireplaces,
complete tuneup.
no job too small
•Free estimates
• All work guaranteed
• 24 hour services
• 33 years experience
805-428-7651
VCS317865
Sprinklers
BOBLETT’S
SPRINKLER SVC
*Repairs *Timers
*Trouble Shooting
*System Tune-Up
*Upgrade Existing
Systems
805-804-7785 VCS315491
VCS317309
Search for available jobs.
vcstar.com/jobs
Tile Contractors
MASTER TILE
CRAFTSMAN
Special Rates Available!!!
Tile Floors starting at $3/sf.
Floated Showers starting
at $15/sf. Call Jonathan
805-443-3843
www.venturacountytile.com
Free Estimates
Bonded & Insured
Lic#736631 VCS316508
Tile
PETERSON
TILE CO
Doing Tile for
2 Generations
• Residential
• Trouble Shooting
• Compl Bathroom Remodel
(805) 649-9451 (805) 648-6577
Lic #412832 VCS317708
Tree Services
LOW COST
TREE REMOVAL
• Expert Trimming
• Stump Grinding
• Yuccas & Shrubs
• Free Estimates
JOHN APPEL
(805)649-4759
VCS317048
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Maintenance Worker I (Streets)
FULLTIME POSITION
FiIing DeadIine: 4:3Ź p.m.,
Thursdaų, October 18th, 2Ź12
SALARY - $29,972.8Ź to $36,441.6Ź
annuaIIų + $914.6Ź/mo.
Cafeteria Benefit
(űith a 5% Salarų Reduction-Mandatorų
Furlough through December 31, 2Ź12)
Performs a Űarietų of unskilled and semi-skilled
heaŰų manual űork, alone or as a member of
a creű, in the construction, maintenance, and
repair of streets, űasteűater sųstems, storm
drains, űater sųstems or related public űorks and
utilitų functions. Ìncumbent maų be required to
űork stand-bų on a rotational basis and report to
űork on a callback basis as needed. Depending
on űork assignment, incumbent maų be required
to liŰe űithin a 45-minute response time.
QuaIifications: Education and EŲperience:
EquiŰalent to completion of high school diploma,
and siŲ months of construction, maintenance, or
related űork eŲperience.
License: Possession of or abilitų to obtain a Űalid
Class "B¨ California driŰer license.
Citų appIication required. Applų at Citų of
Santa Paula, 97Ź Ventura St, Santa Paula
(8Ź5) 933-42Ź1. For more info, Űisit our űebsite at
űűű.spcitų.org or call (8Ź5) 933-42Ź7.
Healthcare
SR Network Administrator
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care facility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an environment that promotes
clinical excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Supports Network Administration (including backup,
security management, user account management, e-mail
systems including e-mail web server, internet access,
office systems and applications support).Supports server,
network and desktop hardware, software and
applications. Performs technology needs analysis. Rolls
out hardware and software to ensure optimal deployment
of resources. Plans, implements, and supports the
network and computing infrastructure plan. Manages
small to medium sized projects according to agreed upon
budgets and schedules. Assists with technology planning
through ongoing research. Provides clear and concise
training and documentation on operational processes.
Meets with customers, internal and external, assuring
documentation is clear and understood. Analyzes,
identifies, evaluates and documents customer needs and
current systems to determine system requirements and
insure future needs for patient care, regulatory
requirements and dailyoperations are met. Analyzes
present processes/programs for enhancements to improve
data integrity Provides operational support for
applications including data integrity, maintenance,
training and vendor interaction.
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent, or 5 or more years
experience in network administration and MCSE
certification, Three to five years of experience working
with Hospital Information Systems, supporting
application software, analyzing business problems,
network administration, and network security.
Specialized knowledge of integrated hospital systems.
Knowledge of analysis, debugging and standard project
management tools.
Knowledge of Information Systems current technology,
systems analysis and procedures. Active Directory,
Exchange Email administration, project management
methodologies. Meditech applications desired.
Please apply on-line at www.cmhshealth.org
VCS317907
Healthcare
SR Clinical Systems Analyst
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los An-
geles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed non-
profit, acute care facility, committed to provide quality
patient care in an environment that promotes clinical ex-
cellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership devel-
opment. At our facility, our employees share their enthu-
siasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a com-
prehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending ac-
counts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of excel-
lence, please take a moment to discover more about what
it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Manage all activities of small to large size information
systems projects including implementation on time, with-
in budget, and coordination of the project team. Plans,
manages and guides projects, utilizing standard I.S.
Methodology, which implement computer application sys-
tems which satisfy strategic, customer and regulatory re-
quirements. Impartially analyzes new and/or possible
software enhancements identifying present and future
business needs. Works with customers to ensure modifi-
cations are appropriate and are consistent with estab-
lished I.S. standards. Provides clear and concise training
and documentation on operational processes. Meets with
customers, internal and external, assuring documentation
is clear and understood. Analyzes, identifies, evaluates
and documents customer needs and current applications
to determine system requirements and insure future
needs for patient care, regulatory requirements and daily
operations are met. Analyzes present processes/programs
for enhancements to improve data integrity Provides
operational support for applications including data integ-
rity, maintenance, training and vendor interaction. As-
sists customers in satisfying both ad-hoc and ongoing
information needs. Demonstrates detail level knowledge
of applications relating to assigned business areas. Re-
sponsible for timely and accurate problem resolution.
Utilizes standard documentation and the Help Desk Sys-
tem as daily tools. Escalates problems to suitable re-
sources, i.e., vendor, I.S. Management, when required to
assure timely resolution.
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent or 5 or more years expe-
rience in Health Care required. Minimum of three years
of experience working with Hospital Information Sys-
tems, supporting application software, analyzing business
problems, hands-on clinical experience, and / or project
management required. Specialized knowledge of inte-
grated hospital systems. Knowledge of analysis, debug-
ging and standard project management tools, Meditech
software support experience and Microsoft office automa-
tion applications is preferred. RN experience in building
and support of clinical Information Systems is preferred.
Please apply on-line at www.cmhshealth.org
VCS317677
Come Join Our Team! USA Gasoline Job Fair
Camarillo
We are currently hiring a Store Manager for our retail
convenience store/gas station in Camarillo. We are
looking for leaders who are customer service and people
oriented, friendly and those seeking management
opportunities. Management and leadership experience
as well as any retail/cash handling experience required.
We offer competitive wages, medical, dental, vacation,
401K, and Tuition Reimbursement.
We will be holding a Job Fair on Tuesday, October 16th
from 9am-2pm at the Hampton Inn & Suites located at 50
W. Daily Drive. Camarillo, CA 93010. We will be having
face to face interviews, so this is a great chance to come
out and show us what you have to offer. We look forward
to seeing you at the fair!
MUST BE 21 AND OVER TO APPLY AND WILLING To
SUBMIT TO A BACKGROUND CHECK AND DRUG
TEST. **In order to be considered for employment, you
must first apply online at www.tsocorp.com . Click on
VIEW EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES and then click
RETAIL EMPLOYMENT**
VCS317810
VP, Engineering
Responsible for overall
mgmt of the Engineering
and Operations teams in all
domestic and international
offices. Duties include:
manage/conduct in-depth
technical evaluation of the
oil and gas reserves and
associated cash flow projec-
tion; plan/develop/imple-
ment technical projects to
ensure efficient develop-
ment of company’s assets;
coordinate scientific/engi-
neering/technical personnel
to resolve, design, research
& test problems; identify/
optimize/oversee technical
projects to reduce operat-
ing and capital costs; su-
pervise/manage financial/
accounting/legal/HR teams
of European entities; man-
age/supervise/participate in
external corporate commu-
nications.Bachelor’s degree
in Chemical Engineering or
related plus 15yrs exp in all
technical aspects of the
oil/gas industry in Europe,
South America and North
America. Must have exten-
sive international expertise
in project design and super-
vision, production engineer-
ing, field development and
planning, drilling, well
equipment and production
optimization, troubleshoot-
ing and comprehensive eco-
nomic evaluation of oil/gas
properties.Must have Euro-
pean exp in oil/gas industry
and travel in Europe is
req’d. Send resume to:
Attn: A. Mirras
BNK Petroleum, Inc.
760 Paseo Camarillo, Suite
350, Camarillo, CA 93010
VCS316807
HEALTH SERVICES
COORDINATOR
$36.8K - $55.7K
Coord. & implement health,
nutrition, & dental service
delivery systems and ser-
vices to children enrolled in
the Head Start program.
Min BA/BS in public health,
nursing, health educ/admin
or related. Min 4 yrs exp in
community, maternal, child
health educ., or health re-
lated including min 2 yrs
program planning, organiz-
ing, staff training, & su-
perv. Eng/Span skills pref.
MATERNAL AND CHILD
HEALTH SERVICES
COORD.
$36.8K - $55.7K
Coordinate and implement
the health, nutrition, men-
tal health, and dental ser-
vices to children enrolled in
the Early Head Start
(EHS) program. Min
BA/BS in public health,
nursing, health educa-
tion/admin, LCSW, Mar-
riage Family Therapist or
related. Min 4 yrs exp. in
community/public health
educ, maternal and child
health, or health related.
Eng/Span skills req’d.
*AA/AS in related field + 4
additional yrs of exp may
sub for BA/BS.
Open until filled: CDR,
221 E. Ventura Blvd.,
Oxnard (805) 485-7878.
AA/EEOE. VCS317941
HOME BASED
SUPERVISOR
$3,072 - $4,545/mo
Carry out goals, policies,
activities to implement the
Head Start in-home visita-
tion program per Perfor-
mance Standards & state &
federal reg’s. Supervise
home based teachers. Min
AS/AA in CD/ECE or relat-
ed; 3 yrs exp as a home
visitor or teacher in an
ECE or related adult edu-
cation program; 3 units in
admin/superv/mgt; 1 yr.
prog. planning, organizing,
& staff superv/training.
HOME BASED TEACHER
$13.25 - $19.41/hr
Plan & implement open-
ended educational activities
between child and parent
for preschool-age children
in the Head Start in-home
visitation program. Min 24
CD/ECE units or equiv. Min
2 yrs preschool age teach-
ing exp. Bilingual req’d.
TEACHER SUBSTITUTE
$12.49 - $17.09/hr
Daily assignments. Min 2
yrs preschool teaching exp.
Min AA/AS in CD/ECE or
related + a state CD teach-
er permit or higher. Bilin-
gual and site supervisor
permit pref.
Apply to: CDR, 221 East
Ventura Blvd., Oxnard
(805) 485-7878. AA/EEOE.
Open until filled.
VCS317297
INFORMATION
SERVICES TECHNICIAN
$17.72 - $24.91/hr
Install, configure, & main-
tain PC’s, ethernet net-
works, network cabling,
cisco switches, d routers,
pix firewall, network back-
up systems, network file
servers, e-mail system and
other related equip in WAN
“campus” environ. Req’rs:
Min HS grad or equiv & one
of the following: Novell
CNE, Microsoft MCSE, Cis-
co CCNA, CCIE, or min
AS/AA in computer science
+ min 3 yrs of paid work
exp. in areas noted above.
Apply by 10/15/12 to: CDR,
221 E. Ventura Blvd.,
Oxnard 805-485-7878
AA/EEOE VCS317186
Healthcare
Physical Therapist (per
diem) needed for busy SV
SCOI out-patient clinic.
Exp req. F/T Aide needed
for Thousand Oaks office.
Exp req. smoreno@scoi.com
or fax to 818-901-4517
VCS317339
Nurse Practitioners
Family Practice needed in Oxnard, CA Monday-
Friday, Days Only, No On Call - Outpatient Only
Contact Ryan at 800-852-5678 ext.157, fax 513-984-4909 or
email at rtibbs@sterlingmedcorp.com
VCS317586
Automotive
JR. PAINTER
new car body shop, pri-
mering, light body work
masking, prepping, buff-
ing, dent repairs, parts
replacing, windshield re-
pair/install PPG water-
borne. Email resumes to:
hr@gapsusa.com
Fax: 805-382-7422
VCS317559
Data Warehouse Technical
Analyst. Ability to debug
tech. data issues by review-
ing ETL code, stored
procs., reports. Dsgn. large
relational db’s using SQL
Svr., .NET, Linux, MSFT
reporting svc., enterprise
apps., & MSFT integration
svc. Reqs. MA in Comp.
Sci./Eng. or rel. + 3 yrs.
expr. Will also accept BA +
5 yrs. expr. Apply to Move.
30700 Russell Ranch Rd.
Westlake Village, CA 91362
VCS317659
540
Help Wanted
540
Help Wanted
540
Help Wanted
540
Help Wanted
540
Help Wanted
540
Help Wanted
540
Help Wanted
Find new& used cars.
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Buy it. Sell it. Find it.
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FULL TlME POSlTlON
Filing Deadline. 4.8Ą p.m.,
Thursda], 0ctooer 25th, 2Ą12
SALA8Y - $36,587.2Ą to $44,47Ą.4Ą
aoo0a||y + $914.6Ąlmo. 0aIeter|a 8eoeI|t
(with a 57 8alar] Reduction-Nandator] Furlough through Decemoer 81, 2Ą12j
Under general supervision, performs, assigns and directs
the day-to-day activities of the work crew involved in skilled
and semi-skilled building, general facility and equipment
inspection, maintenance and repair work. Coaches, trains
and leads crew staff and promotes work practices that build
teamwork and a productive work unit. This position may
work a rotating schedule including weekends, holidays, and
stand-by, and is subject to call back. lncumbents must live
within a 45-minute response time.
Qua||ñcat|ons: Education and Experience:
High School Diploma or equivalent, and any combination
of education and experience that has provided the
knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for a Facilities
Maintenance Leadworker. A typical way of obtaining the
required qualifcations is to possess the equivalent of three
years of progressively responsible experience in facilities
maintenance/construction, including two years equivalent
to that of a Facilities Maintenance Worker ll in the City of
Santa Paula. Some prior supervisory or leadworker training
or experience is highly desirable. For a full description of
requirements for the Facilities Maintenance Worker ll, please
contact the City of Santa Paula.
L|cense: Possession of a valid, class C California
driver's license and acceptable driving record required.
C|ty app||cat|on requ|red.
Apply at City of Santa Paula, 97Ą ventura St, Santa Paula
(8Ą5j 933-42Ą1. For more info, visit our website at
www.spcity.org or call (8Ą5j 933-42Ą7.
vCS127852Ą
Pgrm. Mgr. Facilitate int.
& ext. penetration testing of
internet facing apps. For a
secure sw dev. Lifecycle
(SDLC). Create infrastruc-
ture so that web sites have
multiple firewalls (incl.
firewalls & routers, web &
app servers, & database
servers). Reqs. MA in IT
+ 1 yr. expr. w/sw dev. Sr.
Oracle Cust. Data Hub &
SOA Fusion Dev. Translate
bus. & integration rqmt into
configurable components.
Build BPEL proc. to sup.
orchestration of web svcs.
Prof. w/Oracle JDev., XSD,
WSDL, Siebel, PeopleSoft
FIN & HCM. Reqs. MA in
Comp. Sci. or rel. + 3 yrs
of IT expr. Will also accept
5 yrs. expr. Apply to:
Move, Inc. 30700 Russell
Ranch Rd, Westlake Village
CA 91362. VCS316613
Warehouse: Camarillo, F/T, M-F 8a-5p. Elec Mfr. Will
pick & fill work orders/matl requests, distribute matl to
production, maintain inventory accuracy, cycle counting,
etc. Computer data entry & counting must be accurate.
May also ship/receive. Freq standing/walking, must be
able to lift &move up to 50 lbs freq. HS diploma or GED
req’d. Basic MS Excel/Word knowledge reqd. Send
resume: Fax 805-383-1838, humanresources@a-m-c.com.
VCS317560
Administrative
Accounting Specialist - P/T
($13.69 - $15.85/hr.)
Process payroll in ADP,
prepare reports,etc. 2+yrs.
relevant payroll/acctg exp.
req’d. Approx 32 hrs, M-F.
Open until filled. Details at:
www.rsrpd.org 805-584-4400
Rancho Simi Rec & Park
District. VCS317329
Healthcare
Intensive Case Manager Coordinator
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care facility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an environment that promotes
clinical excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Works with patients/clients in accessing community
healthcare partners and services in an effort to increase
quality of life and reduce unnecessary utilization of acute
care services.
Ensures continuity of care and establish a continuum of
care from the acute hospital to the community. Provides
direct care to Intensive Case Management (ICM)
patient/clients through the consult service, the ICM team,
and in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team
(physician, outpatient PCP, other clinical staff, and
community partners). Provide administrative leadership
and coordination of the ICM team. Ensures excellent
patient care services through coordinating educational
and outreach services, leading quality improvement
initiatives, and linking team efforts with other hospital
departments, outpatient services, and community
services. Ensures compliance with legal, regulatory, and
clinical policies and procedures.
Qualifications:
LCSW, MSW, or RN with hospital and outpatient medical
case management experience is required. Strong team
building and leadership skills required. A minimum of
three to five years of direct patient care experience
required. Practice experience in evaluation and
management of complex medical and psychosocial issues
required. Ability to liaise effectively with community
partners required. Ability to facilitate creation of Care
Plan with multi-disciplinary team (outpatient and
inpatient partners), patient and family. Ability to
evaluate patient/client strengths and barriers to following
recommended Care Plan. Comfortable in working with
complicated and diverse client population group.
Excellent communication skills. Knowledge of hospital
and community partners. Strong computer skills with the
ability to collect and maintain data. Detail oriented.
Bi-lingual (Spanish/English) preferred. Demonstrated
skills in clinical quality improvement and in resource
management preferred
Regular Part-Time 8 Hour Shifts VCS317905
Healthcare
Palliative Care Chaplain
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care facility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an environment that promotes
clinical excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
The Palliative Care Chaplain maintains the highest
standard of spiritual care to patients, families, hospital
personnel and medical staff by assisting them to
integrate the experience of illness, trauma, end-of-life,
and loss with their own spiritual/religious beliefs. The
Palliative Care Chaplain will act as a liaison between the
hospital and surrounding faith communities to ensure
continuity of care. The Palliative Care Chaplain will be
an active, supporting member of the Palliative Care
Team to provide a spiritual component to patients and
families as they journey towards the end of their lives.
Works under the direction of the Spiritual Care
Department Director with a primary work assignment in
the Palliative Care
Program.
Qualifications:
Bachelors Degree in theology or related degree. At least
4 units of Clinical Pastoral Education from an accredited
CPE. Ecclesiastical endorsement from the appropriate
denominational group required. Current bio-ethical
education desirable. Three years work experience as a
hospital chaplain required. Palliative care experience is
preferred. Ability to effectively work with the sick and
dying, with appropriate response in crisis situations.
Functions well under stress. Completion of Critical
Incident Stress Management course preferred
VCS317680
Healthcare
Palliative Care Chaplain
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care facility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an environment that promotes
clinical excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
The Palliative Care Chaplain maintains the highest
standard of spiritual care to patients, families, hospital
personnel and medical staff by assisting them to
integrate the experience of illness, trauma, end-of-life,
and loss with their own spiritual/religious beliefs. The
Palliative Care Chaplain will act as a liaison between the
hospital and surrounding faith communities to ensure
continuity of care. The Palliative Care Chaplain will be
an active, supporting member of the Palliative Care
Team to provide a spiritual component to patients and
families as they journey towards the end of their lives.
Works under the direction of the Spiritual Care
Department Director with a primary work assignment in
the Palliative Care
Program.
Qualifications:
Bachelors Degree in theology or related degree. At least
4 units of Clinical Pastoral Education from an accredited
CPE. Ecclesiastical endorsement from the appropriate
denominational group required. Current bio-ethical
education desirable. Three years work experience as a
hospital chaplain required. Palliative care experience is
preferred. Ability to effectively work with the sick and
dying, with appropriate response in crisis situations.
Functions well under stress. Completion of Critical
Incident Stress Management course preferred
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Registered Nurse - ICU
Ojai Valley Community Hospital an affiliate of
Community Memorial Hospital is a non-profit,
community-based acute care facility dedicated to serving
the 35,000 plus residents of the Ojai Valley.
Our 103-bed facility, which includes a continuing care
center, is fully accredited by Det Norske Veritas (DNV),
and licensed by the California Department of Health
Services. In addition we also operate a primary care
clinic in the Ojai Valley -- The Oak View Family Practice
Clinic and the Keeler Center for the study of Headache.
We provide inpatient, outpatient, and skilled nursing
services for mostly primary and secondary care needs. In
addition we operate a 24-hour standby emergency room
facility.
Our staff is committed to providing exceptional care and
comfort to each patient within our facility. Our highly
trained staff of physicians, nurses, management, and
volunteers work closely together to ensure the best in
health care services.
Ojai Valley Community Hospital offers excellent benefits,
such as Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and AD&D
insurance. We also offer a comprehensive Retirement
plan, flexible spending accounts, paid time off, and a
variety of other great benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer
Responsibilities:
Provide direct and indirect patient care in the acute
inpatient setting. Communicate with physicians and
interdisciplinary patient care team members about
changes in patient’s clinical condition. Participates in
performance improvement and CQI activities.
Qualifications:
Required Qualifications:
•One (1) years recent ICU nursing experience
•Current CA RN License
•Current BLS Certification
•Current ACLS Certification
•Current PALS Certification
Preferred Qualifications:
•CCRN Certification
VCS317687
Healthcare
RN II - ICU/CCU
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a com-
prehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Provides nursing care to the critical care patients in the
ICU/CCU. Effectively plans and communicates patient
and family education. Participates in unit based
educational activities. Accurately and timely
documentation consistent with practice and hospital
policy.
*SIGN-ON BONUS ELIGIBLE AND REFERRAL BONUS
Qualifications:
Associate’s degree (ADN) required, BSN preferred. One
to two years ICU/CCU experience is required. Current
CA RN License, ACLS, BLS certificates and completion
of a critical care course is required. Basic computer
skills required. VCS317681
Healthcare
RN II - Cardiac Center
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care facility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an environment that promotes
clinical excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Willing to train a self-directed RN who is enthusiastic
about joining an open-heart surgery team. Must be
willing to respond to on call within 30 minutes. Provides
professional perioperative nursing care. Coordinates
patient care planning with other hospital disciplines.
Provides care within scope of license. Effectively plans
and communicates patient and family education.
Participates in unit-based educational activities. Accurate
and timely documentation consistent with practice and
hospital policy. Acts in a leadership role in regards to
directing the various aspects of care as appropriate to l
license and may be required to assume a charge role and
direct aspects of the routine workload for the unit.
Qualifications:
Associate’s degree (ADN) required, BSN preferred.
Excellent communications and phone skills. Operating
room experience required. Basic computer skills are
mandatory. Current unrestricted CA RN License & CPR
certificate required. Must be able to take “call” within 30
minutes.
Please apply online at www.cmhshealth.org
VCS317682
Healthcare
RN II - ICU/CCU
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a com-
prehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Provides nursing care to the critical care patients in the
ICU/CCU. Effectively plans and communicates patient
and family education. Participates in unit based
educational activities. Accurately and timely
documentation consistent with practice and hospital
policy.
*SIGN-ON BONUS ELIGIBLE AND REFERRAL BONUS
Qualifications:
Associate’s degree (ADN) required, BSN preferred. One
to two years ICU/CCU experience is required. Current
CA RN License, ACLS, BLS certificates and completion
of a critical care course is required. Basic computer
skills required. VCS317909
Healthcare
RN II - Cardiac Center
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care facility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an environment that promotes
clinical excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Willing to train a self-directed RN who is enthusiastic
about joining an open-heart surgery team. Must be
willing to respond to on call within 30 minutes. Provides
professional perioperative nursing care. Coordinates
patient care planning with other hospital disciplines.
Provides care within scope of license. Effectively plans
and communicates patient and family education.
Participates in unit-based educational activities. Accurate
and timely documentation consistent with practice and
hospital policy. Acts in a leadership role in regards to
directing the various aspects of care as appropriate to l
license and may be required to assume a charge role and
direct aspects of the routine workload for the unit.
Qualifications:
Associate’s degree (ADN) required, BSN preferred.
Excellent communications and phone skills. Operating
room experience required. Basic computer skills are
mandatory. Current unrestricted CA RN License & CPR
certificate required. Must be able to take “call” within 30
minutes.
Please apply online at www.cmhshealth.org
VCS317910
Healthcare
House Supervisor
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed non-
profit, acute care facility, committed to provide quality
patient care in an environment that promotes clinical
excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a com-
prehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Plans, organizes and directs activities for the nursing
department and the hospital. Following directions of
hospital policy and in conjunction with hospital
administrators, the nursing supervisor may oversee all
areas of the hospital. Monitors and obtains supplies and
equipment when needed. Responds to various
departments requesting emergency assistance. Oversees
staffing of nursing units. Communicates with other
facilities during transfers of patients. Oversees the
on-call schedules for all departments. Follows rules and
regulations concerning the functioning of the hospital.
Liaison to patients, families, physicians and staff.
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree from 4-year college or university. Two
years related experience/training; or equivalent
combination of education and experience. Must have
diplomacy, leadership experience, good problem solving
ability and great customer service skills. Current CA
registered nurse license and CPR certification is required
Please apply online at www.cmhshealth.org
VCS317683
Healthcare
House Supervisor
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed non-
profit, acute care facility, committed to provide quality
patient care in an environment that promotes clinical
excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a com-
prehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of
excellence, please take a moment to discover more about
what it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health
System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Plans, organizes and directs activities for the nursing
department and the hospital. Following directions of
hospital policy and in conjunction with hospital
administrators, the nursing supervisor may oversee all
areas of the hospital. Monitors and obtains supplies and
equipment when needed. Responds to various
departments requesting emergency assistance. Oversees
staffing of nursing units. Communicates with other
facilities during transfers of patients. Oversees the
on-call schedules for all departments. Follows rules and
regulations concerning the functioning of the hospital.
Liaison to patients, families, physicians and staff.
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree from 4-year college or university. Two
years related experience/training; or equivalent
combination of education and experience. Must have
diplomacy, leadership experience, good problem solving
ability and great customer service skills. Current CA
registered nurse license and CPR certification is required
Please apply online at www.cmhshealth.org
VCS317911
Hiring Managers
in Ventura County Area
The Wood Ranch vision is
to build a company of pre-
mium-casual restaurants
that relentlessly delivers a
place where our guests love
to dine and our Restaurant
Managers are proud to
work.
Restaurant managers must
have at least two (2) year’s
experience as a manager at
a full-service, premium-
casual restaurant. Send
resumes to: bgettys@wood
ranch.com VCS317766
LANDSCAPE
Need landscape
Maint. Acct. Mgr 5 yrs
plus exp in public works
& commercial,biligual,
valid CA dr lic w/clean
record, co truck,medical
& 401(k) sal dep on exp
fax resume 626 960-8477
att: Luis V.
VCS317595
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Power Machinery Center, a well-established
forklift dealer serving Ventura County for
over 62 years, has immediate opening for
an experienced Equipment Mechanic.
Prior forklift experience preferred.
3 years mechanical experience considered.
Career opportunity with competitive wage
& benefits including 401(k) with generous
company match.
Apply in person
(101 & Del Norte) or send
resume to:
Power Machinery Center
Attn: Human Resources
3450 E Camino Ave.
Oxnard CA 93030
Phone: 805-485-0577 x127
Fax: 805-983-2773
HR@powermachinery.com
See our Ad on Monster.com
www.powermachinery.com
VCS317441
SALES
ARE YOU A
HUSTLER?
4 New reps needed, Tat-
toos ok, Long Hair or
Short, Flip flops or High
heels, cut-offs or dresses.
Bring your Strong Voice!
(Up to $25/hr plus com-
mission). Sell Industrial
shop supplies M-F
7am-2:15pm
Call Matt 805-644-7758
VCS317444
SALES
TELEMARKETING
We don’t care what type
of work you’ve done in
the past. If you have the
ability & persistence,
we’ll train you to sell our
industrial tools and
supplies. Ventura
distributor needs six new
reps ASAP to make out-
bound cold calls to the
Marine & Truck industry.
Up to $25.00/hr, Salary+
Comm. M-F 7am-2:15pm.
Call Pat 805-644-7758
VCS317703
SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL
SERVICES SPECIALIST
$36.12 - $45.05/HR
P/T, 10 hr/wk, 10 mos wrk
yr, w/ Vta Co Ofc of
Ed/SELPA Req: BA+PPS
cred; MFC lic; Ed Psych
Lic or Clinical Soc Wkr lic.
Exp schl settng using Pos
Behav Suppts, Cert Behav
Intervention Case Manager
(BICM) w/ VC SELPA or
Board Cert Behav Analyst
(BCBA) prefer; Able to be
cert by Crisis Prevention
Institute (CPI) in non-vio-
lent crisis intervention.
App/job desc HR
805-383-1913 or apply on
www.edjoin.org EOE
Deadline: 4:00pm, 11/9/12
VCS317855
SURROGATE
MOTHERS
NEEDED!
Are you a mom between
the ages of 21 and 38?
Become a Surrogate
Mother and help a couple
become a family.
Earn up to
$35,000
apply at:
www.FertilityMiracles.com
1-888-898-8123
VCS317902
Looking for F/T Exp’d
Veterinary Technician and
Veterinary Receptionist to
join our knowledgeable
team. Must be able to mul-
ti-task, use common sense
to find solutions to daily
happenings, accurate data
entry/record keeping, com-
passionate /professional in-
teractions with clients/
patients and be self moti-
vated. Full Time position
available includes one
weekend day. Wage de-
pending on experience.
Health insurance, profit
sharing, uniforms, and CE
included. Email resumes
to: civhresumes@aol.com
VCS317665
VETERINARY ASSIST.
Our small animal
veterinary clinic is
offering a 12hr/wk
position. Looking for a
person with good client
relation skills and
experience handling dogs
and cats to work the
reception desk and assist
the DVM in exam rooms.
Bring your resume to:
Pleasant Valley Animal
Clinic, 2174 Pickwick Dr.,
Camarillo, CA 93010 by
Oct. 26th
VCS317436
Welder Apprentice
Mersen USA in Oxnard
has positions for WELD-
ERS APPRENTICE.
Must have TIG and Flux
Core Certificate. Consider
joining our team, building
unique chemical process-
ing equipment out of a
variety of materials from
Carbon Steel to Reactive
Metals.Mersen is a billion
dollar a year, Interna-
tional Corporation, offer-
ing unique opportunities
to our employees and
services to our custom-
ers. EOE.
For consideration contact
lucinda.goodrich@mersen.com
or fax your resume to:
805-351-8429 VCS317844
2088 W. Hillcrest Drive
NEWBURY PARK
Quiet 54 Unit Community.
“One Week FREE RENT”
• Studios $1,275
• 1 Bedroom $1,395
• Dual Master 2+2 $1,725
(1 bdrm currently avail)
Gas f/p, renovated, custom
paint, upgraded carpet.
Small dogs are welcome.
866.462.1407
VCS317282
FILLMORE Adult 55+ 1br,
a/c, all utils pd, except elec.
From $795. $500 Bonus
HUD/Pet OK. 805-642-9527 or
805-524-4124 VCS317301
Looking
For More
Space?
AVAILABLE NOW
Lg 2+2 only $1,350
Sparkling Pool/Spa
Beautiful Garden Setting
Perfect Location!
No pets/No Section 8
FREE Credit
Check. Ask How!*
805-987-6146
HACIENDA
FIND US AT:
www.findhacienda.com
831 Paseo Camarillo
OAC* VCS317937
NICE, QUIET STUDIOS FOR 55+
Private balconies + views.
Starting at $759/month.
*1ST MONTH FREE!
Walking distance to stores,
and to doctors’ offices.
Heated pool, BBQ area,
gym, rec room, festivities.
115 N. 4th Street
Santa Paula, CA 93060
Pets ok. Section 8 welcome.
805-525-5804 VCS316785
Oxnard 1+1 Mandalay
Shores surf & sand
1/2 block from beach
avail 11/15 $1025
805-644-4131 VCS316560
OXNARD
1bd, $945/mo • 2bd, $1,195/mo
Available in nice quiet
community. 805-981-3719
VCS317613
Oxnard Beach
Channel Island
Village Apts
Studio $925
1+1 $1,095
2+1 $1,295
Spacious floor plans,
heated indoor pool &
spa tennis ct & gym.
Only $500 dep!!
No Application Fees
3650 Ketch Ave
(805)984-5880
VCS317959
OXNARD
DEL CIERVO
APARTMENTS
Low Deposits
OAC
1 & 2 Bedrooms
*on availability
• Beautiful Grounds
• BBQ Area
• Pool and Jacuzzi
• Tennis Courts
• Close to Shopping
1905 N. H St.
805-981-4341
VCS316532
Oxnard N.
1 Bedroom
Convenient and very large.
Gated prk’g. From $1,025.
Parkwood Gardens Apts
Ventura Rd. @ Gonzales
805-983-1201
aptlifestyles.com
VCS317719
Oxnard N.
2 Bedroom
See us before you rent!
From $1,225.
Parkwood Gardens Apts
Ventura Rd. @ Gonzales
805-983-1201
aptlifestyles.com
VCS317720
OXN N. 2+2 from $1,375
Good credit/immediate
move-in.(Gonzalez @ H St.)
CEDAR GLEN APTS
805-485-5877 or visit:
aptlifestyles.com
VCS317718
PT HUE - Move in Special
HALF MO FREE! Utils pd.
2br & Studios starting at $755
805-271-9395 VCS317476
Santa Paula/Ventura
American Investments
Property Management
Homes-Apts-Condos
2 weeks Free rent with
approved application
www.Heidiives.homelog.com
805-933-2121 VCS317109
Simi Valley
COLONY APTS
First St, 2bd+2ba, $1,495.
805-583-3133 VCS316380
T.OAKS 2+1
balcony or patio, a/c,
parklike setting, pool,
BBQ area, laundry room.
Call Manager at
805-495-8698 Mon-Fri
after 3:00pm & weekends
9am-4pm VCS316988
T.O. - Granada Gardens
• 1+1, $1,225
• 2+2, $1,445 - $1,545
No Dogs or Cats.
Good Credit Required.
805-492-2113 VCS317188
T.O.
When Available
SPACIOUS
1 & 2 Bedrooms
Pool, covered prk’g
and laundry room.
Easy Fwy Access.
Sorry, NO pets.
Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Sat: By Appt
(805)495-5520
223 Erbes Rd #101
VCS317732
VENTURA
1br apt $950, 2br apt $1200
Near college. No smoke/pets.
805-890-2142 VCS316955
Ventura
1 or 2 Bedroom
From $1,350/$1,495
Spacious, gated parking,
Convenient to shopping.
ASHWOOD GARDENS
805-644-6724
aptlifestyles.com
VCS317717
Ventura, 2+1, 3029 Luna Dr.
upstairs, nr hospital, gar
lndry rm, $1285+ elect. bill
only 805-620-0847
VCS316509
VENTURA
2 Bd - Townhouse Plan
$1,395/mo. Gated parking.
Convenient to everything.
Ventura del Sol Apts
805-656-0236
aptlifestyles.com
VCS317721
VENTURA
Affordable & Avail Now!
3 Bedroom
Washer/Dryer Hook Up.
Covered parking, pool,
kiddie pool, playground.
Ask About M/I special
Citrus Tree Apts.
805-647-0186 VCS317117
VENTURA COUNTY
Tierra Vista Apts
1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms
starting from $1,333.00
Models open to view
Pet Friendly
• Spacious floor plans
• Washer/dryer- every unit
• Full kitchen appl pkg
• Covered parking
Open Mon-Sun 8:30-6:00
Call 866-799-0390
VCS317007
Ventura’s Newest
Apartment Homes
At a price you can afford!
Washer/Dryer included
Oversized Closets
Sparkling Pool
Refreshing Spa
Fitness Center
Internet Coffee Lounge
888-211-1210
ralstoncourtyards.com
VCS316554
VENTURA
Ventura Village
Green 3 bedrooms
Kid friendly, private patio,
no pets. $1,550/mo.
6500 Telephone Rd.
(805)642-4500
VCS317954
VTA 1+1 $850 @ Laurel &
Meta. Refurbished, quiet,
carport, water/trash paid.
No pets. 805-643-7972
VCS317728
VTA 2+1 $1100, sparkling
clean. 132 Kellogg, N/S
Prkg/storge/lndry/trash pd,
Cat ok. 643-3419 or 643-5834
VCS317606
VTA 2br 2ba x-Lg units w/all
appliances, close to shopping
Some units avail for
handicapped and/or seniors.
3rd month half rent free.
805-658-7453 VCS316730
VTA E. 1+1 clean,
quiet, upgraded
No Dogs Cat o.k. N/S.
$950 805-647-8411 VCS317458
VTA
Harbor View Villas
Luxury Apt. Homes
• Fabulous Ocean Views
• FREE Cable!
333 N. Kalorama St.
805-648-1760
www.gardnercompany.com
Harborview apts/gardner
management VCS316420
VTA VILLA BOCCALI apts.
Quiet cottage style 2+1. F/P,
encl. patio w/carport, W/D
facilities, close to mall &
hospital. Smoke free rentals.
No dogs. $1,250+$1,300+sec.
Good credit a must.
By Appointment only.
805-642-1316 VCS316799
CAM Newer 2 Story Condo
3+3, 2 master suites w/
private bath & walk-in
closets, washer/dryer/appl
incl, attached gar, patio,
pool/gym/spa, $2350+dep
805-383-7971 VCS317803
NEWBURY PARK
Modern Townhome 1447sf,
maple+corian kitch, 2-car
att gar 3bdrms 2full/1half
baths $2,250.00/mo
(919)607-5798 VCS316276
Oxnard Fantastic 2+2.5, new
paint, carpet, 2-car gar,
fireplace, $1550+$2000 dep
805-482-5532 VCS317454
OXNARD
THE COLONY
2+2
Tennis, pool, jacuzzi,
washer and dryer, 2 car
garage. $1,800/mo.
(805)642-4500
VCS317955
PORT HUE-Hueneme Bay
2+1.5 twnhm in 55+comm,
dble gar, patio, lg balcony
off mstr bd, hkups, great
comm amenities. $1400.
Crossroads Investments
805-485-4040
crossroads-investments.net
VCS317390
PT HUE Lg 3+2 Condo,
walking distance to beach,
gated, indoor pool, spa,
clubhouse & bbq area.
Kitch has granite cntrtops
and new stove and fridge.
W/D also in unit. $2,100/mo.
661-373-4618 VCS317431
SIMI 2+1, a/c, new granite
& carpet, fresh paint, 2 car
gar, community lndry,
$1,450/mo. View our website:
www.westcoastpm.com
Westcoast Prop Mgmt, Agt
805-522-0060 VCS317965
SIMI East 2+1 Spring time
Condo. Pool/spa, wash/dry,
garage, balcony $1,495/mo.
Avail Now! 805-432-2667
VCS317890
T.O. Avail 2 story 3+2.5,
great loc., refurbished, newr
appl., incl fridge, w/d/, $1900
+sec, Broker Mona-Lisa
805-444-1840 VCS317469
VTA 2+1.75, 2 car gar, a/c,
new carpet/paint, walking
distance to many services,
small pet ok, $1,575/mo.
Call Nancy 805-901-3192
VCS317731
VTA 2+3 Condo
w/ Ocean & Island Views
dwntwn, dual f/p, library,
newly remodeled, $2495mo
805-552-7135 VCS316878
OXN DUNES 2+2 for RENT
2 car garage, fireplace,
new paint, $1500+sec.
805-236-2773 VCS316624
SIMI Residential Elderly
Care Facility Hm for Rent
Spacious 3+2, all done
complete, up to code,
exterior doors in every
bedroom, furnished & fully
remodeled inside, $3300mo,
805-304-9400 VCS317509
AGOURA: OAK PARK
ELEGANT & SECLUDED
3bd+2ba HOUSE.
Bright, totally private.
Award winning schools.
A/C, fplc, hardwood flrs,
large 2 car gar, all SS
appliances. Alarm system,
lovely pvt patio, pool/spa.
Cul-de-sac. $2,595/mo.
818-281-4495 VCS317821
CAM 2+2 MUST SEE! Quiet,
view, A/C appl, gar, N/S/P.
$1700 +dep 805-504-5425.
VCS317879
CAM 3+2 w/ Den & Office
2036sqft, located in great
neighborhood (93012), $2500,
Call Frank 805-404-9484
VCS317797
CAMARILLO
4+2 single story house,
dble gar, fireplace, hkups,
yard, new carpet & paint,
pet considered. $2,000.
Crossroads Investments
805-485-4040
crossroads-investments.net
VCS317600
CAM HEIGHTS Guest house
w/loft, on 1 acre , enclosed
yrd, washer/dryer, fridge,
new stove, cable, high
speed internet, grdnr incl,
$1500all util incl. Avail Now
805-384-0898 VCS317611
CAM lovely house in quiet
area, 2+2, finished base-
ment can be 3rd bdrm or
office, f/p, w/d, s/s appl in-
kitch, 2 brick patios, 2 car
gar, xtra prk rv, grdnr &
wtr incl, $2300+sec dep &
lease. avail immediately
805-482-4186 VCS317640
CAM: Mission Oaks 4+2,
single story, upgraded &
well maintained, $2,400+
sec, incls grdnr.
Country Lane 3+2.5 patio
hm with 2 car gar, near
PV Hosp. Only $2,300+sec.
Capric Properties
805-377-3689 VCS317571
CAM MOBILE ESTATES
1 bdrm Newly renovated, spa
/pool & rec center. $1150/mo
water, cable tv, trash incl.
One person must be 55+
805-816-1833 VCS316930
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IT Operations Technician
Ventura County Star
The Ventura County Star, Ventura County’s
leading newspaper and web site, has an
opening in Information Systems for a Senior
IT Operations Technician to advance the
success of our newspaper, niche products,
and web offerings.
As a Senior IT Technician, you will be
responsible for standard and specialized
aspects of the IT function and serve in a
lead role in various IT areas.
Other related duties may be assigned.
Requirements:
•1-2 years of technical training or an
Associates degree required. Bachelor’s de-
gree preferred.
•5-6 years of relevant experience in an IT
function
•Windows Server 2000-2008 administration
•SQL/database administration
•Security administration (esp. with SQL)
•Familiarity with Active Directory
•Troubleshooting skills
•Excellent written/verbal communication
skills
•Documentation experience
•Training/mentoring skills
•Flexibility with hours and overtime, as
needed
Preferred skills and knowledge:
•Linux/Unix server administration
•Windows desktop support
•VM Ware
•MAC
•DTI system experience
•Progress editor
•SOX/PCI familiarity
The Ventura County Star is part of the E.W.
Scripps Company, a diverse 134-year-old
media enterprise with interests in television
stations, newspapers, local news and
information web sites, and licensing and
syndication.
Please apply at our careers site at
www.scripps.com and select requisition
#5426. VCS317270
Account Executive,
Account Development
Ventura County Star
The Ventura County Star, Ventura County’s
leading newspaper and web site, has an
opening on our Advertising team for an
Account Executive to advance the success
of our newspaper, niche products, and web
offerings.
Our Advertising team is comprised of
aggressive hunters, vested in furthering
their own financial and personal success
through a commitment to the growth and
development of local businesses. We provide
ongoing training, coaching and incentives to
get the job done.
Key responsibilities include:
•In person appointments, with new
prospects, completing needs assessments-
this is primarily an outside sales job
•Manage and grow an overall book of
business
•Creative out-of-the-box mentality with a
strong entrepreneurial approach
Requirements:
•Demonstrated sales success with another
media, industry or company would be ideal,
but is not mandatory. *Employment and/or
employment agency experience a plus.
•Top-notch communication skills for both
group presentations and one-on-one sales
calls o Proficient in Word, Excel and
Powerpoint, and demonstrated ability to
become proficient with our Advertising
CRM tool and ad placement tool.
We offer a competitive compensation
package including base salary and a
commission incentive program based on
achieving monthly revenue goals.
Additional benefits include Medical, Dental,
Vision and disability.
The Ventura County Star is part of the E.W.
Scripps Company, a diverse 134-year-old
media enterprise with interests in television
stations, newspapers, local news and
information web sites, and licensing and
syndication.
Please apply at our careers site at
www.scripps.com and select requisition
#5218.
VCS316934
Las Posas Estates 4+3
SingleSstory w/ View
A/C, 2900sqft, gated cmmty,
3 fp, 3 car gar, 3 patios,
alarm, incld grdnr, $3200mo,
credit report reqd,
805-484-1812 VCS317997
NBP 3+2, new paint/carpet,
nice yard, $2,295/mo.
Available Now. GE Realty
805-496-9650 VCS317249
OXN 3+2, fresh paint,fenced
yard, no pets. $1,775+dep.
Coast Prop Mgmt
805-988-8077 VCS318020
OXN N. Beautiful, Sparkling
clean 3+2 + family rm,
sngl level, plenty of sunshine,
$2250, N/S/P
PORT 121 Marina Luxury,
w/ view, 1bdrm+flex rm,
2 ba, granite, wood floors,
ss appl, W.D., single level
$1850+Sec, N/S/P
805-485-0205 VCS317929
OXN Renovated 4+2
open floor plan, single stry,
corner lot, nr school, N/S/P
$2,000/mo. 805-208-2976
VCS317273
SIMI: 3+2 newer, a/c, $2,250.
• 3+2 a/c, f/p, RV, $2,395.
• 4+3 newer, 3 car gar, a/c,
f/p, grdnr, granite, $2,850.
View our website:
www.westcoastpm.com
Westcoast Prop Mgmt, Agt
805-522-0060 VCS317964
SIMI Lovely Cottage 2+1,
1 car gar, extra prkg, no
pets/smoking, $1,595/mo incl
grdnr. 818-360-6845 or cell
818-400-7154 VCS317918
Simi Valley Beautiful 3+2
single story. New carpet &
paint. Granite kitchen, AC,
FP, RV access. 2 car grg,
patio cover, upscale
neighborhood. 805-732-4973
VCS317251
VENTURA Beautiful
4B+2BA Pierpont House
Newly remodeld, jacuzzi,
2car gar, marble flrs,
paved yard, stainls kitch
appl., wash/dry, granite
counters, huge 2nd story
deck, RV Parking PETS
OK! 4bdrms 2baths
$3,500.00/mo & $2500/dep
(818)266-6509 VCS316963
VTA: Beautiful home in the
foothills of Ventura.
Ondulando Estates 3+2,
great views, closets galore,
dbl pane windows, built-in
bbq/spa. Avail early Nov.
Just $2,595/mo. Agent
805-385-5600 or 805-377-1459
VCS317506
VTA E. 3+2, great loc, f/p,
fresh paint, new carpet,
2 car gar, fenced yd, grdnr
incl’d. $1,995/mo+dep.
805-339-0300 VCS317927
VTA E. 4+2.5 hard wood
flrs, f/p, lg yd. $2,200+dep.
Coast Prop Mgmt
805-988-8077 VCS318019
Mobile Home for Rent
on Lake/Golf crse, 55+ cmty,
A/C, N/S/P, Credit chk req.,
$1700 805-987-1375 VCS316313
Simi Valley Rental 2 Share
4 bedroom + 3 bathroom
share with single senior,
prefer family. $1750.00/mo
First & last plus security.
Quiet cul-de-sac.
818-781-9600 VCS317166
CAM 1 Master Bedroom
pvt bath, utils pd. $650/mo+
$400/sec. NO P/S/D.
805-484-6252 VCS317713
Camarillo master bedroom,
private bath, walk-in
closet, private phone line,
kitch/lndry priv., N/S
$875 805-388-2105 VCS317750
Cam., furn, rms $175 wkly,
TV, Micro, fridge in rms,
share ba pay by wkly nr
Leisure Village & Santa
Rosa shops 805-857-0310
VCS317593
CAM Large view room, pvt
bath, kitch/lndry privs, utils
incl, No S/D/P, $650/mo+
$300/dep. Available 10/15.
805-484-2915 VCS317845
CAM Room for Rent Private
bathroom, w/d avail. House
privileges. $675 inc’l utils.
805-558-0300 VCS317985
Malibu Resort Living near
County Line, only 10 miles
from Mugu Rock.
Bedroom/office w/sliding
glass door to pool w/ocean
view. Fully furnished with
built-ins & HDTV, DirecTV,
DSL, WiFi. Privileges:
kitchen, double laundry,
pool, hot tub, BBQ, lawn
tennis. $900/mo+sec. Utilities
& housekeeper paid. No pets,
smoking or messes. Call
310-457-3807 or 310-589-8311
www.drygulchlodge.com
VCS316329
N. OXN Room for Rent,
quiet area, house
privledges, $600+cleaning
deposit, 805-485-6363
OXN 1 BDRM w/ Prvt Bath
cable, kitch, lndry privs,
N/P/S. $500/mo.
805-248-6222 VCS318018
OXNARD BEDROOM
Prefer single working adult.
No pets or smoking.
Deposit required. $450/mo.
805-483-1466 or 805-236-3422
VCS317443
Oxnard large furnished room
for one person only near
Oxnard College has private
entrance and private bath
no smoking or pets in-
cludes utilities & cable
$600 per month $600 se-
curity deposit call Ricky
805-483-3214 VCS316516
Oxnard North, Separate 1+1
guest house for you. Fire
place. Deck. $700+$690 dep
+util. No Pets N/S, Owner
Agt. 805-340-0343 VCS317308
Oxnard, util incl, access to
pool/workout rm/jacuzzi
kitch priv, $700+$150 dep
N/D 805-815-8599 VCS317962
OXN FURNISHED ROOM
$550+dep, includes utilities
and house privs. N/S/D/P.
805-483-3152 VCS317802
OXN S. Room, private bath,
$550, utils paid, dep req’d.
No smoke/Pets.
805-981-4240 or 805-218-3015
VCS316927
SIMI: Master Bedroom
with private bath. Utilities,
laundry, internet/cable incl.
No smoking, pets, alcohol,
drugs. $650/mo+dep.
805-581-4697 VCS317312
VENTURA furn rm in new
home $750/mo, quiet neigh-
borhood front prking ,land-
ry fac. & sitting rm avail
nr aquatic cntr. avail now .
805-850-5342 VCS316841
VENTURA Room for Rent
nice area, utils/wifi incl’d,
wash & dry, kitch priv only.
$550/mo+$100/dep.
805-407-4513 VCS317279
VENTURA WEST
• 1 Room, $575.
• 1 Room w/mstr BR, $800.
All utils. No smoking.
805-340-7793 VCS318016
VTA LARGE (10’x12.5’)
bdrm. in 2+1 upstairs apt.
nice interior, quiet $475/mo
+$400/dep. incl most util.
805-658-8019 VCS317657
VTA near Gov’t Ctr, 1 room
avail, quiet, furnished,
share bath. N/S/D/P.
$475mo+dep. 805-646-1125
VCS316284
VTA ROOM FOR RENT
in 4 bedroom house w/sauna.
N/S/P. $650/mo, utils incld.
805-807-1437 VCS317295
320 ACRE MTN RETREAT
NE Ventura Co near
Gorman. Cabin, outbldgs,
surrounded by Nat’l forest.
Views & seclusion $895,000
www.gormanrealestate.com
661-248-6196 VCS317807
Homes Under $247k
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Homesellers
Find out what the home
down the street sold for.
FREE computerized
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Free recorded message.
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CRG Lic#01907330
VCS316971
Future Value Funding Inc.
Business Real Estate
Lending/Sales.
Const., Development, Land
www.futurevaluefunding.com
Investors & Borrowers call
805-701-8863
DRE # 01526801
VCS316899
ANY GOOD SAMIRITANS
OUT THERE ? We wish
we had the opportunity to
buy a spacious home big
enough for a couple, son &
wife that’s affordable.
Must be in Simi Valley Area.
Thanks 805-433-2528
VCS317425
CAMARILLO
2nd floor offices
approx 600-830 sq ft
Dawson & Pleasant Valley
$400 - $550 per month
Crossroads Inv 805-485-4040
crossroads-investments.net
VCS317597
CAMARILLO 675 to 4,480 sf
Warehouse with offices and
bathroom. Great location!
No Auto. 805-649-4857
VCS316809
CAMARILLO
Commercial bay w/roll-ups
2,400sqft - $1/sqft-divisable
Dawson & Pleasant Valley
Crossroads Inv 805-485-4040
crossroads-investments.net
VCS317596
SIMI INDUSTRIAL
800sf - 5000sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS316358
VENTURA INDUSTRIAL
Approx 3,000-3,850sf with
office. Located on Callens
Road. Water paid.
Great Terms & Pricing!
COPM 805-648-1851
Lic #01220992 VCS317819
VTA approximately 14,000sf
free standing industrial
building in pristine area.
High ceiling clearance.
Heavy pwr, good truck
access, w/roll up doors.
1,085 of offices. 2 restrooms,
sprinkled. Minutes to 101 fwy
& Vta Marina. Available
now. Call for more info
805 644-0941 VCS318010
VTA INDUSTRIAL SPACE
960sf - 2,125sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext:1
VCS316361
AVENIDA DE LOS
ARBOLES (1310 & 2622SF)
IN CONSTRUCTION NEW
HOME of 99¢ only Stores,
2 Spaces (1310 & 2622SF)
Avail, Prime Location!
Established Thousand Oaks
Neighborhood Ctr
@ $1.20/sf/ea NNN. Call Ana
(310)675-1179x4 VCS316331
CAMARILLO RETAIL
Santa Rosa Plaza, 650sf
to 3400 sf. David Press
(310)553-6512 VCS317190
SIMI OFFICE SPACE
700sf - 1,000sf. Available.
Excellent terms & pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS316359
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1985 30’ CHRIS CRAFT
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27ft Sailboat 1977 Jensen
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33ft Class A National
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23,000 miles, new
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