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Kobza Motors, Inc.

Mechanic Wanted

We are looking for a mechanic who will be responsible for the repair and maintenance of passenger vehicles. Duties may include: suspension, alignment, brakes, electrical, engine work, oil changes, and etc. Willing to train. ASE preferred but not required. Benefits include Disability, Life, and Health Insurance (100% paid by employer). Retirement plan, competitive wages, paid vacation, and bonuses. Contact Tim Beaver at 402-367-3201.


 

 

Dale's Food Pride:  

To view job openings click here:

 https://www.dalesfoodpride.com/join-our-team/


 

COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION POSITION TITLE: Laborer I

DEPARTMENT: Road PAY RANGE: $17/hour - $17.50/hour Under the general supervision of the Highway Superintendent and under the direct supervision of the Road Foreman. 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 position is filled.  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.

AKRS Equipment

Agriculture Diesel Technician David City location. 

This position offers stability, reliability, and consistency along with: Industry leading wages Uncapped bonus potential. Company matching 401K plan. Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance. Paid Time Off (PTO). Great company culture

 Responsibilities: Perform basic diagnostics and repairs on agricultural and turf equipment and established Ag Management Solutions (AMS) products

Provide customers with excellent customer service. Participate in service training programs required for the development of mechanical skills and knowledge. Maintain current knowledge of John Deere and competitive products. Follow all safety rules and regulations in performing work assignments. Complete all reports and forms required in conjunction with work assignments

 Requirements: 1+ years of experience as a mechanic / technician performing service repairs. Ability to perform basic mechanical repairs and required maintenance using special tools and equipment. Ability to perform basic computer functions. Proficient knowledge of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems used in the repair of agricultural and turf equipment. High School Diploma or equivalent experience required; Associates degree preferred. A valid driver’s license is required. Take your career to the next level at AKRS Equipment by applying through our career site at www.akrs.com today!

Dispatcher  – (Full Time and Part Time)

Butler County E-911 REPORTS TO: E-911 Coordinator SALARY:  $15-$17/Hour DOE. 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 punctuality and availability as determined by the County; there are no guaranteed hours with this position; this is an on-call position. Must work at the assigned work site.  Must travel as required.

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. 

Interested persons should obtain an application form at the Butler County Human Resources 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.gov. Applications will be taken until the position is filled.  Questions, please call 402-367-7497.

 

St. Joseph's Villa, Inc.

CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE: 

Full Time Night and Day Shift Position – RN or LPN ($5000 sign-on BONUS)  Contact Christina Vach at 402-367-3045 or submit application 

Part Time Day Shift Position – RN or LPN ($5000 sign-on BONUS Pro-rated based on hours)  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 Cook:  Evening Shift - $1000 Sign on Bonus Contact Maday Sobota at 402-367-3045 or submit application. 

Part Time Cook:  Day Shift - $500 Sign on Bonus Contact Maday Sobota at 402-367-3045 or submit application. 

Day and Evening Shift Dietary Aide - $500 Sign on Bonus Contact Maday Sobota at 402-367-3045 or submit application. 

Full-Time Activity Aide - $500 Sign on Bonus Contact Katie Kadavy at 402-367-3045 or submit application. 

Full-Time Housekeeper - $500 Sign on Bonus Contact Christina Shannon at 402-367-3045 or submit application. 

Redeemer Lutheran Preschool

Now hiring a substitute teacher/teacher aide position. 

Experience and/or education in early childhood education preferred but willing to train the right person. Must have a strong Christian background. Hours are 7:30am - 12:30pm one day per week and availability to sub those times Monday – Thursday. Position is intended to begin this fall, Sept through May. For more information please contact our Facebook page or email resume to redeemerlutheran1234@gmail.com   Preschool Director Jennifer Wood

(Background check prior to interview will be required.)

 

 

Butler County Senior Services

We are looking for a part time driver with a clean driving record.  Monday – Friday 15-20 hours a week.  Pre-employment and random drug testing will be done.  Must be able to drive in Columbus, Lincoln and Omaha.  Apply in person at Butler County Senior Services, 592 D Street, David City, NE  68632.  For more information, call Diana @ 402-367-6131. 

Sypal’s Tree Service 

The position will be full time 8-4:30 Monday-Friday. Hours may vary due to time of the year. Competitive wages with vacation/sick leave included. Yearly bonuses and wage increases are included. Depending on experience general job duties will vary. Must possess a valid driver’s license. For more information contact Nick Sypal (402-367-8139) or Chelsea Sypal(402-641-8818).

Stop Inn Liquor & Food 

Immediate Openings for:

Stocker $13/HR -Must be 16

Kitchen Cook Part-time $13/HR -Must be 16

Stop in for an application.

 

Bank of the Valley 

Operations Officer

This position will be responsible for ensuring bank operational activities run smoothly and efficiently. Provides leadership, training and supervision to operations area. Ensures that procedures and policies are being followed. Participate in interviewing/hiring/evaluating New Accounts-Teller staff. Participates in bank-wide training. Responsible for management and supervision of all deposit operation activities.

Required Skills: Strong oral and written communications skills. Maintain discretion and confidentiality at all times. Ability to interact effectively with management, employees, and customers. Must possess effective planning, organizational and problem-solving skills. Education and Experience Required: Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree in Business or related field. Minimum 5-7 years of relevant work experience required.

Bank of the Valley offers a competitive wage and benefits package. Bank of the Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please submit resumes to humanresources@bankofthevalley.com.

Bank of the Valley 

Loan Administrator at the David City North Branch

The Loan Administrator will assist lenders by preparing loan documentation and input financials into Web Equity. Duties include, but not limited to, collecting financial information, preparing loan requests, ordering and obtaining any necessary supporting documents. Filing recordable documents, maintaining loan files and renewal documents. Complying with bank regulations and timely and accurate lien filings.

Exceptional customer service skills are required as this person will assist loan customers with loan transactions, questions and research.

Required Skills: Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills. Excellent verbal, written and phone communication skills. Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail and high level of accuracy. Must be able to multi-task and organize priorities. Must maintain a high level of confidentiality. Education and Experience Required: High School Diploma or Associate’s Degree in Business. Minimum of one to two years Loan Administrator experience is required.

Bank of the Valley offers a competitive wage and benefits package. Bank of the Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please submit resumes to humanresources@bankofthevalley.com

BUTLER COUNTY DETENTION CENTER Male FULL-TIME NON-EXEMPT SALARY: Starting at $19/hour

A detention officer is an employee appointed to perform duties within the Butler County Jail. A detention officer is responsible for the efficient performance of required duties conforming to policies and procedures contained herein. The duties shall include, but are not limited to, being responsible for the overall cleanliness of the jail, which includes sweeping, mopping floors, vacuuming, and dusting, washing windows, and doing laundry. The detention officer will also be responsible for the overall supervision of inmates, all admissions procedures, computerized data processing, collecting personal property and seeing that all jail information is collected and placed in an inmate’s file. Detention officers shall issue necessary jail clothing, bedding and classify inmates for proper housing and placement in the correction facility. shall be responsible for dispensing medications, conducting regular jail checks to ensure the safety and well-being of each inmate, serve meals and provide basic care, custody, and control of all aspect of jail operations.

Previous experience preferred but not required. Must be at least 19 years of age. Must possess a valid operator’s license, and willing to work various shifts that may include nights, weekends, and holidays. This position is subject to Veteran’s Preference as required by Nebraska law. Butler County is an EOE and invites applicants with disabilities to make known to the Human Resources Director any necessary accommodations in the application process.

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, or email to hloges@butlercountyne.gov. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Applications may also be obtained from the following:  https://butlercountyne.gov/webpages/employment/employment.html

 

Butler County Health Care Center

Join our team! Check out the career opportunities available at Butler County Health Care Center by visiting www.bchccnet.org/careers

 

Timpte David City -Multiple Positions below

Assembler – David City - Base pay ($20/hour after 60 days, up to $25/hour Depending on Experience!!)+ 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.

Health Safety & Environmental Coordinator – David City $50k + (depending upon experience). This person will provide support in the Health, Safety and Environmental Department to continually create a culture of safety within the organization, at all facilities, by ensuring effective and efficient compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and agencies, assisting with facility safety process to protect employees, the company, the environment, and provide a safe and healthy workplace.

Area Leader – David City $60k + (depending upon experience). As an Area Leader, you will be responsible for leadership and supervision of specified area including safety performance, product quality, productivity, throughput, and department metrics while encouraging high levels of employee communication and morale. 

Cost Accounting Manager for our David City, NE Facility (salary depending upon experience) We’re looking for an experienced candidate that is responsible for managing the Cost Accounting staff and costing activities related to our Manufacturing Operations and CSC locations. 

Human Resources Generalist – David City ($60k + depending upon experience) The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for creating, updating, and applying all HR policies and company guidelines.  Specific areas of focus to include recruiting, employee relations, performance management, training, and other special projects.

Regional Sales Manager – Equipment Trailers ($85k + depending upon experience) Are you a motivated individual with a strong background in Sales?  We have a job for you! Timpte is looking for a Regional Sales Manager – Equipment Trailer based out of our David City, NE location.  

Fabricator-Semi Trailer – David City - $21.50/hr + (depending upon experience) Timpte is looking for a Fabricator for our Manufacturing location in David City, NE!  In this role, you will fabricate parts using various equipment (including CNC) working from production schedules and cut sheets

Manufacturing Engineer – Subassembly – David City - $65k + (depending upon experience) As a Manufacturing Engineer-Subassembly, you will plan and design manufacturing processes, maximize efficiency by analyzing layout of equipment, workflow layouts, assembly methods, work force utilization, and effective programming of machines with primary focus in the Subassembly Departments.

Manager – New Product Development – David City – Salary depending upon experience. This person will lead assigned New Product Development (NPD) programs from initial opportunity assessment through to field availability and post launch performance review following the defined ‘Gate’ and ‘Phase’ processes associated with Timpte’s Project Development Program (PDP).   The role is accountable for meeting project schedule, cost, quality, and ROI targets through effective leadership of a cross-functional team of Timpte employees. Must possess the ability to promote a positive and collaborative cross-functional team that maintains a sense of urgency while objectively evaluating all project risks and driving the team towards clearly defined and mutually agreed upon business objectives.

Machinist – Equipment Trailer – David City - $25/hr + (depending upon experience). Timpte is looking for a Machinist for our Timpte East location in David City, NE!  In this role, you will machine parts using various equipment (including CNC) working from production schedules and cut sheets.  Program new parts and makes necessary program changes. 

Equipment Trailer Release Agent – Timpte East - $20/hr + (depending upon experience). Timpte is looking for a Equipment Trailer Release Agent for our TIMPTE EAST location in David City, NE!  In this role, you will manage all functions efficiently and in a timely and safe manner to prepare and load equipment trailers at the Equipment Trailer Assembly Center. 

Maintenance – 2nd Shift – David City - $23/hr + (depending upon experience). We’re looking for someone to perform general maintenance and moderate electrical troubleshooting on machines and small tools. Inspect chains, craneways, light curtains, and other equipment for safe operations.

Welder – Semi Trailer – David City – $21/hr + (depending upon experience. Timpte is looking for a Welder in our David City, NE Manufacturing Facility.   We’re looking for a person to fabricate assemblies and components for trailers using welders, torches, and various other hand tools.

Cost Accountant – David City - $60-85,000/hr + (depending on experience). Timpte is looking for a Cost Accountant for our David City, NE Facility.  We’re looking for a detail orientated candidate that is responsible for cost accounting activities related to our manufacturing operations and CSC locations. 

Trailer Body Technician – Semi Trailer – David City - $23/hr + (depending upon experience). Do you have Auto Body Shop experience?  Are you detail oriented?  Timpte is looking for a Trailer Body Technician for our manufacturing facility in David City, NE!

Systems Administrator – David City. In this role, you will provide IT support to staff on all company networks and applications.  Troubleshoot computer problems, determine source, and advise on appropriate action.  Complete application project-based and assigned objectives-based work.

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

David City Public Schools- 750 D Street, David City, NE

Call Superintendent Chad Denker at 402-367-4590 with questions.  Complete the online application at http://davidcity.tedk12.com/hire

David City Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer.  Positions are subject to veterans’ preference and open until filled.

Classified Positions for the 2022-2023 School Year

Bus Route Drivers and Sub Drivers   Bus Route Drivers needed immediately

·        Excellent part time income $40.00 per AM or PM route (max of 2 hours per route) $18.00 per hour for activity trips

·        Single health ($1050 deductible) and dental insurance provided. 20 hours of PTO and 9 paid holidays

·        District pays for licensing expenses and required training. No summer hours. Background check required. Sub Drivers receive the same hourly pay but not the benefits
 

Special Education & English Learner Language Paras. SPED & ELL Paras needed immediately

·        Approximate daily hours 7:45am to 3:45pm  $11.75 an hour starting wage. Single health ($1050 deductible) and dental insurance provided 10 PTO days and 9 paid holidays. No summer hours except required training by NDE

Background check required
 

Night Custodians

·        Approximate daily hours 2:00pm to 10:30pm.  Summer hours Monday thru Thursday 7am to 4:30pm; Fridays 7am to 11am.  $14.75 an hour starting wage

Family health ($1050 deductible) and single dental insurance provided. 10 vacation days, 10 paid holidays, and 2 paid floating holidays

 Background check required

Region V Services in David City  https://www.regionvservices.com/

 We offer flexible scheduling and starting pay varies depending on the shift you are interested in.  We have day, evening, overnight and substitute positions available. Multiple Positions Below

Position 1 Community Support Professional Full-Time. NOW OFFERING A HIRING BONUS OF UP TO $600.00. APPLY TODAY! Full-time based on a 40-48 hour workweek, with scheduling available to fit your needs, which may include an overnight schedule and overtime pay. A four-day, 10-hour shift day, is available. This position is eligible for employee benefits including health, dental, paid leave, retirement benefits, and tuition reimbursement.

Each Region V Services employee performs responsible, professional work in providing training and support for individuals with disabilities in their homes and/or various community locations. This support and training will enhance the individual’s competencies and help him/her achieve individual goals and build goals and relationships within the community. The person in this position may be required to work in a variety of locations. The hours will be scheduled based on individual needs which may include evenings, overnights, weekends, and holidays. Attendance will be required at various training sessions which will allow the CSP to expand their knowledge and provide quality services. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Ensuring a meaningful day for individuals by providing systematic training and customized supports based on their individual needs and desired outcomes. Attend and participate in team meetings to ensure that the training and supports that are developed for individuals are truly what the individual needs and desires. Work with the individual, his/her family, and other team members in identifying the person’s desired outcomes. This includes participation in the completion of any assessments/evaluations as recommended by the IPP team. Develop training programs and maintain accurate data collection, records, and report as required to maintain accountability and meet regulatory requirements. Monitor training programs regularly to enhance personal growth and ensure individual progress by making changes as necessary. Serve as a positive role model and trainer for the individual in regards to socially enhancing behavior, personal hygiene, language, personal grooming, etc., while utilizing teachable moments. Work cooperatively with consultants, supervisors, and other agency staff to assist all personnel in meeting the needs of the individual. Instruct, follow, and enforce safety precautions in accordance with federal, state, local and Region V Services rules, regulations and procedures. Maintain a flexible schedule which can be adjusted to meet individual needs for training and support. Assist the individual in meeting their nutritional and dietetic needs. Be certified as a Medication Aide, if required, and follow all laws and regulations in the administration of medication. Provide necessary supervision and training to the individual in various environments within their community to increase valued social roles. Assist individuals in enhancing their image within the community by maintaining their personal appearance and hygiene. Provide transportation and support as needed for the individual to improve their community access skills. Attend staff meetings, training conferences, and other developmental sessions as required to continue to improve job performance. Assist individuals in managing their personal funds with strict adherence to Region V Services procedures. Perform other duties, as assigned to meet the needs of Region V Services.

Knowledge of training individuals with developmental disabilities helpful. Ability to work with individuals with special needs, including personal hygiene/care. Ability to contribute positively to the work team. Ability to meet the physical demand of the service location. Lifting may be required at the service location. If lifting or other adaptive equipment is available, it MUST be used. Ability to accept directions and follow through with completion of assigned tasks. Ability to identify and report situations requiring supervisor’s advice.

Eighteen (18) years of age or older. Pay now starting anywhere from $32,000 to $38,000 annually.  Requirements/Type of Qualifying Education, Training and Experience. High school diploma, GED, or equivalent knowledge. Prefer one year experience in the field of human services. Possession of a driver’s license valid in the state of Nebraska or other adequate means of transportation. Must possess a reliable means of communication (e.g. telephone, cell phone, etc.). Will be subject to criminal history APS and CPS background check. May be subject to drug and alcohol screen.

 

2nd Position: OVER-NIGHT Community Support Professional  NOW OFFERING A HIRING BONUS OF UP TO $600.00. Pay now starting anywhere from $40,000 to $43,000 annually. 

JOB SUMMARY: The person in this position may be required to work in a variety of locations. The hours will be scheduled based on individual needs which may include evenings, overnights, weekends, and holidays. Attendance will be required at various training sessions which will allow the CSP to expand their knowledge and provide quality services. This is a full-time position based on a 4-day/64-hour work week, which includes an overnight schedule and overtime pay. This position is eligible for employee benefits including health, dental, paid leave, retirement benefits, and tuition reimbursement. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Ensuring a meaningful day for individuals by providing systematic training and customized supports based on their individual needs and desired outcomes. Attend and participate in team meetings to ensure that the training and supports that are developed for individuals are truly what the individual needs and desires. Work with the individual, his/her family, and other team members in identifying the person’s desired outcomes. This includes participation in the completion of any assessments/evaluations as recommended by the IPP team. Develop training programs and maintain accurate data collection, records, and report as required to maintain accountability and meet regulatory requirements. Monitor training programs regularly to enhance personal growth and ensure individual progress by making changes as necessary. Serve as a positive role model and trainer for the individual in regards to socially enhancing behavior, personal hygiene, language, personal grooming, etc., while utilizing teachable moments. Work cooperatively with consultants, supervisors, and other agency staff to assist all personnel in meeting the needs of the individual. Instruct, follow, and enforce safety precautions in accordance with federal, state, local and Region V Services rules, regulations and procedures. Maintain a flexible schedule which can be adjusted to meet individual needs for training and support. Assist the individual in meeting their nutritional and dietetic needs. Be certified as a Medication Aide, if required, and follow all laws and regulations in the administration of medication. Provide necessary supervision and training to the individual in various environments within their community to increase valued social roles. Assist individuals in enhancing their image within the community by maintaining their personal appearance and hygiene. Provide transportation and support as needed for the individual to improve their community access skills. Attend staff meetings, training conferences, and other developmental sessions as required to continue to improve job performance. Assist individuals in managing their personal funds with strict adherence to Region V Services procedures. Perform other duties, as assigned to meet the needs of Region V Services.

Knowledge of training individuals with developmental disabilities helpful. Ability to work with individuals with special needs, including personal hygiene/care. Ability to contribute positively to the work team. Ability to meet the physical demand of the service location. Lifting may be required at the service location. If lifting or other adaptive equipment is available, it MUST be used.  Ability to accept directions and follow through with completion of assigned tasks. Ability to identify and report situations requiring supervisor’s advice.

Eighteen (18) years of age or older. Training and Experience High school diploma, GED, or equivalent knowledge. Prefer one year experience in the field of human services. Possession of a driver’s license valid in the state of Nebraska or other adequate means of transportation. Must possess a reliable means of communication (e.g. telephone, cell phone, etc.). Will be subject to criminal history APS and CPS background check. May be subject to drug and alcohol screen.

Apply at https://www.regionvservices.com/  or contact Cecilia Banholzer or Lisa Schultz  cbanholzer@regionvservices.com

3rd Position - Substitute/On Call Community Support Professional -NOW OFFERING A HIRING BONUS OF UP TO $600.00. APPLY TODAY! This position is part time/on-call and provides substitution services for both day and residential programs, generally less than 20 hours per week, schedule varies, opportunities for weekday, weekend, and evening or overnight hours. Schedules available to meet your availability.

JOB SUMMARY: Each Region V Services employee performs responsible, professional work in providing training and support for individuals with disabilities in their homes and/or various community locations. This support and training will enhance the individual’s competencies and help him/her achieve individual goals and build goals and relationships within the community. The person in this position may be required to work in a variety of locations. The hours will be scheduled based on individual needs which may include evenings, overnights, weekends and holidays. Attendance will be required at various training sessions which will allow the CSP to expand their knowledge and provide quality services. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Ensuring a meaningful day for individuals by providing systematic training and customized supports based on their individual needs and desired outcomes. Attend and participate in team meetings to ensure that the training and supports that are developed for individuals are truly what the individual needs and desires. Work with the individual, his/her family, and other team members in identifying the person’s desired outcomes. This includes participation in the completion of any assessments/evaluations as recommended by the IPP team. Develop training programs and maintain accurate data collection, records, and report as required to maintain accountability and meet regulatory requirements. Monitor training programs regularly to enhance personal growth and ensure individual progress by making changes as necessary. Serve as a positive role model and trainer for the individual in regards to socially enhancing behavior, personal hygiene, language, personal grooming, etc., while utilizing teachable moments. Work cooperatively with consultants, supervisors, and other agency staff to assist all personnel in meeting the needs of the individual. Instruct, follow, and enforce safety precautions in accordance with federal, state, local and Region V Services rules, regulations and procedures. Maintain a flexible schedule which can be adjusted to meet individual needs for training and support. Assist the individual in meeting their nutritional and dietetic needs. Be certified as a Medication Aide, if required, and follow all laws and regulations in the administration of medication. Provide necessary supervision and training to the individual in various environments within their community to increase valued social roles. Assist individuals in enhancing their image within the community by maintaining their personal appearance and hygiene. Provide transportation and support as needed for the individual to improve their community access skills. Attend staff meetings, training conferences, and other developmental sessions as required to continue to improve job performance. Assist individuals in managing their personal funds with strict adherence to Region V Services procedures. Perform other duties, as assigned to meet the needs of Region V Services.

Knowledge of training individuals with developmental disabilities helpful. Ability to work with individuals with special needs, including personal hygiene/care. Ability to contribute positively to the work team. Ability to meet the physical demand of the service location. Lifting may be required at the service location. If lifting or other adaptive equipment is available, it MUST be used. Ability to accept directions and follow through with completion of assigned tasks. Ability to identify and report situations requiring supervisor’s advice.

Eighteen (18) years of age or older. Requirements: Type of Qualifying Education, Training and Experience. High school diploma, GED, or equivalent knowledge. Prefer one year experience in the field of human services. Possession of a driver’s license valid in the state of Nebraska or other adequate means of transportation. Must possess a reliable means of communication (e.g. telephone, cell phone, etc.). Will be subject to criminal history APS and CPS background check. May be subject to drug and alcohol screen.

Apply at https://www.regionvservices.com/  or contact Cecilia Banholzer or Lisa Schultz  cbanholzer@regionvservices.com

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