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Timpte, Inc: (David City / Lincoln) Open Positions:

Assembler – David City - $17/hr + $500 new hire bonus/attendance bonus and quarterly bonus!

We’re looking for people to perform general assembly operations on sub-assemblies and trailers and operate various equipment as needed. As an assembler, you will use hand tools and power tools to drill, rivet, caulk, fasten, and place parts and assemblies in jigs and fixtures. You will perform preventative maintenance to keep tools and equipment in good working condition and operate fabrication equipment.

 

Assembler – Thunderstone- Lincoln, NE - $15/hr + $500 new hire bonus/attendance bonus and quarterly bonus!

As an assembler at Thunderstone, you will perform general manufacturing and assembly operations on tarps and related products. You will build, fasten and assemble components, operate fabrication equipment as assigned, and perform preventative maintenance to keep tools and equipment in good working condition.

 

Trailer Release Agent – David City - $17/hr + quarterly bonus!

Timpte is looking for a Trailer Release Agent at our David City Customer Support Center. Timpte is looking for someone to manage all functions efficiently and in a timely manner to release trailers from the trailer release facility and prepare proper documentation for all trailer packets.  The hours for the role will be Monday-Friday 11:30am to 8pm.

 

Trailer Technician/Mechanic – David City - $20.50/hr + (DOE) + quarterly bonus!

Timpte is looking for a Trailer Technician/Mechanic at our David City Customer Support Center.  As a Trailer technician, you will diagnose, repair and service trailers of all brands in a safe and professional manner.  Technicians replace or repair damaged panels, rails, and traps, perform trailer alignments and adjustments, repair and replace brakes, cams and wheel seals. You may also have to weld some steel and aluminum. Day hours Monday-Friday.

 

Customer Service Representative – Utility Trailer – David City - $14-18/hr + quarterly bonus!

Timpte is looking for a Customer Service Representative for our new Utility Trailer line. As a Customer Service Representative-Utility Trailer, you will Process utility trailer orders secured through Timpte’s Retail & Dealer sales channels from inception of order intake into the David City order management system through production scheduling and ultimate delivery to Timpte’s Customer Support Centers and/or Dealer locations.

 

Sr. Planner – Lincoln, NE $50k + (DOE) and quarterly bonus!

Timpte is looking for a Sr. Planner at our NEW TIMPTE PARTS CENTER in Lincoln, NE!  In this role, you will maximize working capital by performing efficient procurement of captive parts and components to support aftermarket demand.  Supports customer shipments by expediting part shortages and maintaining accuracy of materials inventory.

 

Parts Coordinator – CSC – Lincoln, NE - $20/hr + and quarterly bonus!

Timpte is seeking a Parts Coordinator at our NEW TIMPTE PARTS CENTER in Lincoln, NE.  We’re looking for someone to support all Customer Support Center (CSC) locations with order fulfillment questions and aftermarket part coordination, order ship status and inventory returns.

 

Material Handler – Lincoln, NE - $15/hr + quarterly bonus!

Timpte is currently looking for a Material Handler for our NEW TIMPTE PARTS CENTER in Lincoln, NE!  In this role you will be responsible for picking and packing materials in accordance with the Standard Operating Procedures.   Key responsibilities of this position will include to move freight, stock, and other materials and track numbers of units handled or moved, using daily production sheets or work tickets. Pick and Pack materials in accordance with SOP (Standard Operating Procedures).

 

Receiving Clerk – Lincoln, NE - $16/hr + quarterly bonus!

Timpte is looking for a Receiving Clerk at our NEW TIMPTE PARTS CENTER in Lincoln, NE.  In this role you will be responsible for unloading and signing for deliveries as well as addressing and resolving any issues with shipment, stocks, and transfers deliveries accordingly.

 

Shipping Clerk – Lincoln, NE - $16/hr + quarterly bonus!

Timpte is currently looking for a Shipping Clerk for our new Timpte Parts Center in Lincoln, NE!  In this position, you will be responsible for moving all outbound freight and product within Timpte’s distribution center.  As well as ensuring all packaging and labeling is correct on all items being shipped out.

 

Buyer – Current Products – David City - $55/year + DOE

As the Buyer – Current Products, you will be responsible for identifying and developing supply base, for current and newly designed captive parts or assemblies, to support an assemble-to-order production flow. This individual will lay the groundwork for their team of planners and support all planner activities.  Areas of concentration for supplier development includes Quality, Lead time, Delivery Performance, Responsiveness, and Cost (value add)

 

Materials Engineer – David City - $60/yr + (DOE) and quarterly bonus!

Timpte is looking for a Materials Engineer at our David City, NE Facility.  As a Materials Engineer, you will support the Materials Group through analysis of materials and components.  Develops and updates required component specifications and documentation.  Research new materials, components, and potential suppliers. Assists in supplier evaluation and process auditing.

 

Sr. Product Engineer – David City – $70/year + DOE

Timpte is looking for a Sr. Product Engineer in our R&D Facility in David City, NE. The Sr. Product Engineer leads the planning and designing of research, development and testing of products as it aligns with engineering processes.  

The Sr. Product Engineer will be developing project timelines and task lists for projects and meeting completion dates. Leading and managing Engineering projects. Support design efforts of Product Engineering team and developing models and drawings for products and components.

 

Quality Manager – David City $70k/year + DOE

In this position, this person will be managing the efforts of the Quality team and warranty team at Timpte to supply consistent, structurally sound and visually appealing product and services to our customers.  The Quality Manager will also develop, execute, and analyze reporting measures and report to management team on quality issues, trends, and losses.  This person will work closely with our Engineering team, and Warranty/Sales teams to identify and rectify product/process problems identified through warranty claims. 

 

Director of Manufacturing- David City $100k/year + DOE

Timpte is looking for a Director of Manufacturing to direct and oversee the manufacturing activities, lead strategic execution, and coordinate resources to create world class quality products in conjunction with Timpte Production System.  This person will also ensure manufacturing performance quality goals are met and standards are upheld.     

 

For more information about these positions and to apply please visit our website www.timpte.com/careers.

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Four Corners Health Department is looking to hire a full-time RN! This position will be involved in contact tracing, care coordination activities and provide public health nursing support to several programs of the Four Corners Health Department. The ability to set priorities, to organize and coordinate work efficiently and to establish positive relationships with co-workers, team members, public and community partners is required. Experience in managing and administering programs is a plus.  Current RN license required.

For questions call Laura (402) 362-2621. To apply email resume to LauraM@fourcorners.ne.gov. 


 

David City Public Schools:

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           High School Administrative Assistant

·         Start March 2021 or Summer of 2021

·         Approximate daily hours 7:30am to 4pm

·         10 month work agreement (typically Aug 1 – May 31)

·         $14.00 an hour starting wage

·         Single health ($1050 deductible) and single dental insurance

·         10 PTO Days, 9 Paid Holidays

·         Criminal and HHS background checks required

·         Oversee all aspects of activity concessions

·         Work with student information system

·         Help principal, asst principal, activities director, and guidance counselor

·         Maintain district calendar

·         Cross train with high school registrar

·         Assist with mandatory state reports

·         Reports directly to the High School Principal

Applications can be picked up at the district office in the preschool annex building or printed from the school website: davidcitypublicschools.org. Call 402-367-4590 and ask for Dr. Chad Denker, Supt, for more information.  Positions are subject to veterans’ preference and are open until filled.  David City Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Aquinas & St. Mary's Catholic Schools:  Aquinas & St. Mary’s are an outstanding Catholic school community with proud faith, academic, and activity traditions with great community support in David City.

  • Holy Family Early Learning Center Substitutes: seeking a caring individuals who have the flexibility to substitute at Holy Family ELC
  • Aquinas & St. Mary’s Substitute Teachers: $125 day
  • Aquinas & St. Mary’s Sub Bus Driver: Contact Mr. McMahon at 367-3175 with questions. $32 a route

https://aquinas-catholic.com/careers/


 

David Place 

NOW HIRING:

-Director of Nursing

-Full-Time RN/LPN (Evening Shift) - $5,000 Hiring Bonus

-Full-Time Dietary Cook (11 a.m. – 7 p.m.)

-Full-Time RN/LPN (Day Shift)

-Full-Time CNAs (All Shifts)

-Temporary Guest Relations Assistant (Part-time)

-Temporary Nurse Aides (8-Hour Course to obtain temporary CNA license during COVID-19 Pandemic)

-Part-Time RN/LPN (Day and/or Evening Shift)

-Part-Time CNA (Weekdays 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.)

We offer a full benefits package including tuition reimbursement, continuing education benefits, and mileage reimbursement for those living outside David City!

Join our team of heroes by applying at: https://www.vetterseniorliving.com/careers-center/join-our-team/

Call 402-367-3144 with questions or for more information.


 

 

St. Joseph's Villa, Inc. 

Located in David City, seeking compassionate, fun loving people to join our team.  A team who focuses on resident-directed care and where your work is a ministry not just a job. For a complete and updated list, please check out our website: http://saintjosephsvilla.org/Career%202.html

NOW HIRING:

  • Full Time Night Shift or Day Shift Position - RN or LPN ($5000 sign-on BONUS)  

    Contact Christina Vach at 402-367-3045 or submit application  

  • Full Time Day Shift Position -C.N.A. ($2000 sign-on BONUS)

           Contact Christina Vach at 402-367-3045 or submit application 

  • Full Time Night Shift Position -C.N.A. ($2000 sign-on BONUS) 

           Contact Christina Vach at 402-367-3045 or submit application 

  • Full Time Activity Aide 

    Contact Katie Kadavy at 402-367-3045 or submit application 

  • Part Time Medication Aide at Assisted Living

           Contact Christina Shannon at 402-367-4337 or submit application
           

           St. Joseph’s Villa and Court offers a full benefit package, competitive wages and family affordable health insurance.


Employment Application for St. Joseph's Villa/Court  

(Directions to complete and email an application)  

1.  Download application to your computer and save the file.   

2.  Go to the location you saved the file and open the document. 

3.  Complete the application.  Click “save as” to your computer.  It should ask that you are replacing an existing document and click yes. 

4.  Email saved application to administrator@saintjosephsvilla.org. 

(If you need assistance with this process contact Trish at 402-367-3045.) 

(St. Joseph's Villa and Court complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.  ATTENTION:  If you speak Non-English, language assistance services, free of charge, are available to you.  Call 1-800-833-7352 (TTY: 711).  Everify, EEOC.)

 


 


Bar-S Veterinary Clinic is a busy two-doctor mixed animal clinic. We see all kinds of animals, and we guarantee no two days will be the same. Our practice consists of two locations, David City and Ulysses. Our team is made up of two veterinarians and 4 support staff.  Our practice has a lighthearted enjoy work environment, but we are very efficient and see a high case load. So, if you enjoy a fast paced, fun work environment, we are hiring a new receptionist.

Bar-S Veterinary Clinic is seeking a new receptionist

As a Receptionist you will:

Receive and place calls to clients for the purpose of scheduling.

Maintain proper documentation through client and pet records, i.e. referral documentation, previous medical history received, etc.

Assist all clients by providing necessary instructions, information and invoices.

Dispense prescription items per the veterinarian’s instructions and schedule all future appointments.

Utilize clinic computer systems to document medical records and communicate with clients and teammates.

Manage the financial needs of the clinic by maintaining accurate balances through collection of client transactions, cash and credit card handling.

Provide excellent customer service and an exceptional level of communication in a professional manner.

Advocate for pets through client education on preventative care, pet health needs, treatment recommendations and all other clinic services/procedures.

Maintain a positive attitude in all interactions with clients, pets and other teammates.

Demonstrate ability to show empathy toward clients and treat pets with compassion and respect.

Qualifications:

Experience with standard office/business equipment.

Knowledge of veterinary medical terminology and procedures.

Flexible schedule including some weekend and holiday shifts.

Experience with veterinary software is preferred.

Ability to work independently on assigned tasks as well as to accept direction on given assignments.

Strong organizational skills.

Demonstrated success in working in a team environment.

Critical thinking – Understanding logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.

Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills, good judgment and ability to manage stressful situations.

Clerical experience preferred.

 

 

Dale's Food Pride:  


 

UB&T  - PT Teller  - Location: David City

 

PT Teller - David City

POSITION SUMMARY: The Teller serves as the primary point of contact for customers and non-customers and provides outstanding customer service throughout the interaction. They perform a variety of customer transactions on a daily basis, provide information, resolve issues and look for opportunities to strengthen the customer relationship through suggestion of other bank products and services.

NOTE: In this entry level position the incumbent will be exposed to various types of transactions.  Development of knowledge of Union Bank’s products and services allows for advancement through the career path.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

·         Accept and accurately process all financial transactions.

·         Maintain responsibility for cash drawer and follow proper balancing procedures.

·         Work on assignments that are semi-routine in nature where ability to recognize deviation from accepted practice is required.

·         Provide excellent customer service by providing answers and assistance for customer questions, and concerns.

·         Cross sell other bank services and refer customers to other departments to help achieve goals set by management.

·         Learn and maintain knowledge of products, fees and policies, and stay current on offerings to make product suggestions.

·         Demonstrate compliance with all bank regulations for assigned job functions that apply to designated job responsibilities.

·         Understand and adhere to all bank policies, laws and regulations applicable to their role. Complete compliance training; follow internal processes and controls as required.

·         Report all compliance issues, violations of law or regulations in accordance with the steps defined in bank policies.

·         Regular and reliable attendance is an essential function of this position.

·         Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

·         High school diploma

·         Cash handling experience preferred

·         Accuracy and attention to detail

·         Previous sales and customer service experience preferred

·         Effective communicator – promotes Union Bank’s customer service philosophy

·         Basic math skills and proficient computer skills

·         Ability to work independently and exercise good judgment

WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

·         Indoor work – not exposed to outdoor elements or hazards

·         Ability to stand and/or walk for prolonged periods of time

·         Some sedentary work lifting and/carrying up to 50 lbs. occasionally.

Hours: 15-20 hours/week, TWR 12:15pm-5:15pm (flexible), Off Mondays and Fridays, Varied Hours on Saturdays

Apply Online at www.ubt.com/careers
 Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

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Position Title:  PT Teller                                                                     Pay Grade:  5 ($14.00 min)

Department: Customer Service                                                           Location: David City

FLSA Status:  Non-Exempt                                                                 Immediate Supervisor: Kirsten Husmann                                                            

Date Revised: September 19, 2016                                                      Posting Date: 5/4/2021-5/7/2021

                                Availability (15-20hrs/week): TWR 12:15pm-5:15pm (flexible), Off Mondays and Fridays, Varied Hours on Saturdays

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Position Summary:  The Teller serves as the primary point of contact for customers and non-customers and provides outstanding customer service throughout the interaction. They perform a variety of customer transactions on a daily basis, provide information, resolve issues and look for opportunities to strengthen the customer relationship through suggestion of other bank products and services.

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Career Path Development:

In this entry level position the incumbent will be exposed to various types of transactions.  Development of knowledge of Union Bank’s products and services allows for advancement through the career path.

 

Essential Functions:

1.       Accept and accurately process all financial transactions.

2.       Maintain responsibility for cash drawer and follow proper balancing procedures.

3.       Work on assignments that are semi-routine in nature where ability to recognize deviation from accepted practice is required.

4.       Provide excellent customer service by providing answers and assistance for customer questions, and concerns.

5.       Cross sell other bank services and refer customers to other departments to help achieve goals set by management.

6.       Learn and maintain knowledge of products, fees and policies, and stay current on offerings to make product suggestions.

7.       Demonstrate compliance with all bank regulations for assigned job functions that apply to designated job responsibilities.

8.       Understand and adhere to all bank policies, laws and regulations applicable to their role. Complete compliance training; follow internal processes and controls as required.

9.       Report all compliance issues, violations of law or regulations in accordance with the steps defined in bank policies.

10.   Regular and reliable attendance is an essential function of this position.

11.   Perform other job related duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

High school diploma

Cash handling experience preferred

Accuracy and attention to detail

Previous sales and customer service experience preferred

Effective communicator – promotes Union Bank’s customer service philosophy

Basic math skills and proficient computer skills

Ability to work independently and exercise good judgment

 

Working Environment:

Indoor work – not exposed to outdoor elements or hazards

Ability to stand and/or walk for prolonged periods of time

Some sedentary work lifting and/carrying up to 50 lbs. occasionally.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

 

If you have questions or intend to apply for this this position, please email #Recruiting

*Please discuss your intent to apply for the position with your supervisor PRIOR to completing an application. Failure to do so may impact your ability to be considered.

To apply, please Click Here

 

A full listing of open positions can be found at: https://www.ubt.com/careers

 

Employee Referral Program: The Bank provides a referral bonus of $400.  This is paid to all current associates who refer applicants that are hired and complete three(3) months of employment. For the bonus to be paid, the applicant must indicate on the application, the name of the referring associate or the referring associate may email #Recruiting.  The referral bonus will be paid through payroll once the new associate completes three (3) months of employment.

BUTLER COUNTY, NEBRASKA

COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION POSITION TITLE:  Laborer I

DEPARTMENT: Road

PAY RANGE:  $16.50/hour - $17.50/hour

REPORTS TO: Under the general supervision of the Highway Superintendent and under the direct supervision of the Road Foreman.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:  Perform a variety of skilled and unskilled manual tasks in construction, repair, and maintenance work on roads, metal culverts, concrete box culverts, and bridges. Operate specialized equipment used by the crew to which an incumbent in this position is assigned; operate trucks, tractors/mowers, and vehicles as instructed.

Essential Functions

Perform maintenance and repair work on bridges and box culverts, remove and install planks and sub floor on bridges. Use acetylene cutting torch to cut steel, reinforcement rods, braces, and other materials. Install concrete forms for new construction and repair work according to instructions, use string level to level forms, cut, lay, and tie reinforcing rods for new concrete, assist in pouring new concrete, level and finish surface area of new concrete, lay burlap covers. Assist in the installation of metal culverts according to instructions, install retaining bands on culverts. Operate specialized equipment such as tractors/mowers, power broom, woodchipper, etc. Use hand tools such as shovels, posthole diggers, pry bars, carpenter tools, chain saws, power drills, power saws and other power operated tools and equipment. Perform manual labor such as brush removal, pavement patching, loading, and unloading trucks, backfilling dirt, installing signs and similar tasks. Clean job site, forms, tools and equipment, and shop area as instructed. Operate trucks, tractors, and vehicles of a non-specialized nature as instructed, haul trash, scrap materials, dirt, rock, sand and other materials or supplies. Perform snow removal and sand/salt spreading duties, either manually or by utilizing motorized snow removal equipment. Check vehicles, trucks, tractors, and other equipment for readiness condition, proper fluid levels, proper tire pressures, and other factors necessary for correct operation before use, report problems or deficiencies to immediate supervisor. Perform preventive maintenance on assigned equipment, assist in servicing and repair of equipment as required by department. Maintain an organized record keeping file of receipts, equipment maintenance reports, time and attendance reports, equipment usage, deliveries, or other information required by the department. Perform duties on an on-call basis as needed. Perform other duties as directed or as the situation dictates.

Essential Knowledge

Experience, and Abilities Working knowledge of methods, materials, and equipment common to manual labor; working knowledge of hazards and safety practices common to manual labor; ability to organize tasks and work with others; ability to understand and communicate written and oral instructions; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, co-workers, supervisors, and others. Knowledge of routine vehicle and equipment maintenance procedures. Knowledge of the use and operation of specialized equipment used in conjunction with work duties. Knowledge of general road maintenance and construction methods. Skill in the application of the above referenced knowledge. Ability to perform manual labor and lift heavy objects. Ability to recognize hazardous working situations,

ability to work effectively using prescribed safety practices. Ability to work outside in all types of weather conditions. Ability to understand and carry out both written and oral instructions. Ability to operate motor vehicles and machinery in a safe manner. Ability to work in a harmonious manner with co-workers and others.Essential Education, Certifications, and/or Licenses

A high school education or experience and training which provides the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities are required. A valid Nebraska driver’s license is required. CDL preferred – not mandatory.

Essential Physical Demands and Typical Working Conditions

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle, or operate objects, tools, or controls, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb, or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, and talk and listen on a two-way radio. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move more than 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Work is performed in both an indoor garage facility and outdoors in all types of weather conditions and temperature variations. Worker is exposed to grease, dirt, gas fumes, sun, and inclement weather. Normal hazards are present in working with machinery and vehicles. The employee frequently works near moving mechanical parts and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate and can sometimes be loud.

Essential Attendance and Availability Requirements

Must maintain an acceptable level of attendance, punctuality, and availability as determined by the county; must work such regularly scheduled hours as are determined by the county; must work any required overtime, weekends, and holidays. Must work at the assigned work site. Must travel as required. The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all inclusive. They represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to perform the job successfully. The county recognizes that an individual with a disability may require an accommodation to enable him or her to successfully perform a job function. Consideration will be given to reasonable accommodations. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.

Interested persons should contact the Human Resources Office to obtain an application and return the completed application along with a cover letter and optional resume’ to Heidi Loges, Human Resources Director, 3190 N Rd., Suite 1, David City NE 68632.  402-367-7497

Applications will be accepted until June 9, 2021, at 5:00 PM.

This position is subject to Veteran’s Preference as required by Nebraska law.  Butler County is an EEO employer and invites applicants with disabilities to make known to the Board of Supervisors any necessary accommodations in the application process. 

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POSITION TITLEDispatcher – Part-time                                                                          

DEPARTMENT:  Butler County E-911

REPORTS TO: E-911 Coordinator

SALARY:  $15-$17/Hour DOE

PURPOSE OF POSITION:  Providing the citizens with the highest quality of service by ensuring safe and efficient receipt, screening, and processing of emergency telephone calls requiring emergency action by police, fire, or rescue squads. 

Essential Functions

▪        Operate the police, county, fire/rescue, and information consoles and ancillary equipment. 

▪        Operate console radio equipment and provide appropriate command, control, and support information for public safety. 

▪        Answering incoming 911 emergency calls and obtain the basic required information from the caller for an emergency response. 

▪        Monitor alarm systems for local businesses and residences and alert the appropriate public safety agencies as necessary.  

▪        Monitor cameras focused on the jail booking desk, waiting area, and door to the Communications office. 

▪        Offer basic self-help assistance to callers, as appropriate. 

▪        Answer incoming non-emergency administrative calls, obtain pertinent information from the caller, and respond to requests for information as appropriate. 

▪        Maintain forms, logs dispatch cards, incoming/outgoing teletype messages, reports to/from records, and other files and records according to established procedures. 

▪        Be alert to and aware of ongoing activities involving the other console operators and offer appropriate backup assistance. 

▪        Participate in special projects and assignments that are directly related to the mission, operation, and/or maintenance of the center. 

▪        Perform other duties as directed or as the situation dictates. 

 

Essential Knowledge, Experience, and Abilities

▪        Ability to learn the care and operation of the Communications Division equipment, including computer input and retrieval procedures. 

▪        Ability to learn and apply the policies, operating procedures, and methods utilized in the Communications Division. 

▪        Ability to type accurately while conversing with callers. 

▪        Ability to read, write, and speak the English language proficiently. 

▪        Ability to read maps to determine exact location for dispatch. 

▪        Ability to follow oral and written instructions. 

▪        Ability to deal tactfully and efficiently with a variety of people, including those who are frightened, incoherent, hostile, or under great stress. 

▪        Ability to respond rapidly and effectively to emergency situations and to maintain the emotional composure necessary to organize work and to maintain a high level of productivity during the periods of stress or high activity. 

▪        Ability to handle and maintain confidential information. 

▪        Ability to differentiate between an emergency and non-emergency call. 

▪        Ability to distinguish colors on dispatching screens, status boards, etc. 

Essential Education, Certifications, and Licenses

▪        Must obtain certification in CPR within a time frame as established by the department. 

▪        Must obtain NCIC certification for the teletype within a time frame as established by the department. 

▪        Must obtain Emergency Medical Dispatching certification within a time frame as established by the department. 

Essential Physical Demands and Typical Working Conditions

▪        Must be able to work in a sitting position for an extended period of time. 

▪        Must be able to speak clearly for accurate and efficient communication. 

▪        Hearing must be normal in each ear and must meet requirements established by departmental policy. 

▪        Vision must be correctable to 20/20 in both eyes and color vision must be normal as outlined by departmental policy. 

▪        Must be able to work efficiently and rapidly in stressful situations. 

Essential Attendance and Availability Requirements

▪          Must maintain an acceptable level of attendance, punctuality, and availability as determined by the County; must work such regularly-scheduled hours as are determined by the County; must work any required overtime, weekends, and holidays.

▪          Must work at the assigned work site.

▪          Must travel as required.

OTHER

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

 

This position is subject to Veteran’s Preference as required by Nebraska law.  Butler County is an EEO employer and invites applicants with disabilities to make known to the interviewer any necessary accommodations in the application process. 

Benefits may include paid holiday/vacation/sick leave, retirement, and health insurance.

Interested persons should obtain an application form at the Butler County Human Resources Office, Butler County Sheriff’s Office or on the Butler County website www.co.butler.ne.us, and send the completed application, resume and cover letter to Heidi Loges, Butler County Human Resources Director, 3190 N Rd., Ste 1, David City NE 68632 or forward to the following email address: hloges@butlercountyne.net.. Applications will be taken until the position is filled.  Questions, please call 402-367-7497.

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The Butler County Senior Services is looking for Volunteers to drive Busy Wheels in town 1 day a week, 8:30am - 2:30pm.  If interested, please contact Diana McDonald 402-367-6131. Looking for a part time driver to work 10-20 hours a week.  Must be able to drive out of town, to Lincoln and Omaha.  Driving will be the main job function, but may be requested to do other duties.  Apply in person at 592 D Street, David City, NE.

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Butler County Health Care Center

David City, NE

Pharmacy Clerk

Pharmacy Clerk:  Seeking Fulltime Pharmacy Clerk to work days M-F. Must be 18 years of age. High School Graduate or equivalent. On-the-job training after employment is required with completing necessary course work to become a licensed and certified Pharmacy Technician. Knowledge/experience in Microsoft Excel preferred. No history of drug addiction or misuse.

Position Closing Date: 06/21/2021

Competitive compensation package.

For more information or to apply, visit us online at www.bchccnet.org.  

Butler County Health Care Center, David City NE. EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled.

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 Butler County Health Care Center

David City, NE

 Certified Nurse Aide         

 Certified Nurse Aide:   This Full-time day position (36 hrs/wk) includes providing patient care and assistance with activities of daily living under the direction of the nurse. Documents care provided, prepares and restocks patient rooms and selected areas. Demonstrate an awareness of and respect for patient rights and maintains patient confidentiality and completes other duties as assigned. This position will be required to work every third weekend as well as a holiday rotation. Competitive compensation package.

For more information or to apply, visit us online at www.bchccnet.org.  

Butler County Health Care Center, David City NE.    

EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled.

Closing Date: 6/28/2021

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Aurora Cooperative in David City is accepting applications for 2 full-time truck driver/agronomy service positions.  Class A CDL preferred or able to obtain.  Apply online or stop in at the David City location and pick up an application @1295 37th RD David City NE 68632.  Aurora Cooperative is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  These positions both have excellent benefit packages.

Aurora Cooperative in David City is accepting applications for an Office Manager position.  Essential Job Functions: Accurate and timely billing of invoices to customer accounts, answering and directing phone calls appropriately to staff during work hours, coding location expense invoices to be paid to vendors.  Other Job Functions: Inventory management and communication. Requirements: Computer Skills Including: Granger, Spreadsheets, Filebound, Email. Education and Experience: High School Diploma, Associates or advanced degree preferred, two years or more experience is preferred. Functional Comeptencies: Communication Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Math Skills, Accounting Skills. Apply online or stop in at the David City location and pick up an application @1295 37th RD David City NE 68632.  Aurora Cooperative is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

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Aquinas Catholic Middle & High School Principal for the 2021-2022 School Year: to continue dynamic growth for our students, teachers and community. They will foster the Catholic identity of the school by promoting Catholic values and nurturing the faith formation and spirituality of the faculty, staff and students. Such leadership qualities will also include: Maintain and support the vision and mission of Aquinas Catholic – a strategic thinker. Establish relationships, consistent accountabilities and responsibilities with the faculty and staff. Manage the day-to-day operation of the school which includes the planning, organizing, selecting, evaluating, directing, coordinating, and reporting of those things necessary to run an effective and efficient Catholic school; Coaching/mentoring the talent of the faculty and staff. Follow a clear and consistent policy for dealing with issues involving student discipline and interactions among teachers and the parent body. Work in unison with the Aquinas-St. Mary’s Marketing and Development Office to grow and maintain student enrollment; ensure the constant promotion and enhancement of the school’s Catholic identity. Other: Meet formally with the C.A.O., Board of Advisors and School Council on school business. Maintain a visible presence during the school day, school Masses, events and activities. Questions, please contact Fr. Sean Timmerman at 402-367-3175

Holy Family Early Learning Center Employees: seeking highly motivated people who are willing to work in our mission of creating a nurturing, caring, and loving environment. Applications will be open until positions are filled.

Holy Family Early Learning Center Substitutes: seeking a caring individuals who have the flexibility to substitute at Holy Family ELC. Call Mary at 402-367-3062

Aquinas & St. Mary’s Substitute Teachers: $125 day

Aquinas & St. Mary’s Sub Bus Drivers: Call at 367-3175 for more information. $35 a route (around $1,400 a month)

Bank Of The Valley (Bellwood Branch) - FULL-TIME TELLER

Bank of the Valley has a position opening for a full-time Teller at the Bellwood branch.

This position will be responsible to assist customers with financial transactions.

Includes paying out and receiving cash, opening and closing accounts and issuing other negotiable instruments.

Answer customer inquiries, resolve complaints, service ATM’s.

Cash handling and/or customer service experience a plus.

Bank of the Valley offers a competitive wage and benefits package.

Bank of the Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please submit your resume to humanresources@bankofthevalley.com.

Resumes must be received by 4/26/2021.

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