A jet is seen extending from a bright point at the coronal hole boundary. The jet actually points northwards and curves to the east, thus it's clearly not a radial event. The AIA 193 movie shows some weak emission that seems to connect to another BP to the east and which evolves and fades during the period of the EIS raster. This wouldn't be classed as a jet, though.
This jet is offset from the bright point, similar to Event 1,
although it's not clear that this is a jet, though.
Line intensities in the jet range from 70 to 80, and line widths from 80 to 90 mA. There are weak asymmetries in the line profile, and velocities range from 15 to 20 km/s.AIA 193 movie (1 min cadence, 40 mins, 1.5 MB)