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Country Cabin Restaurant & Lodging -Servers, Bartenders, Cooks, Housekeeping (Hiawatha, KS) 


Heartland Coca Cola- Driver Merchandiser (St. Joseph, MO)


Metal-Tech Partners

Manufacturing Engineer Technician (Geneva, NE)

Qualified Welders (Geneva, NE) 


Johnson County Park Police Department- Park Police Officer (Shawnee Mission) 12-31-22


Northeast Kansas Area Agency on Aging- Volunteer for VITA Program (Hiawatha, KS) 4-5-23


Advocate Construction- Office Assistant (Part Time)- (Lenexa, KS) 


Dixon Golf/ Bruce Slimmer- Regional Manager (Overland Park) 12-1-22


KanEquip, Inc.- Service Technician Intern (Wamego, KS) 3-31-22


HDR Engineering, Inc.- Bridge BIM Designer (Kansas City, MO) 9-1-22


City of Severance - Temporary Part-Time City Cleanup Worker (Severance, KS) 8-17-22


Community Action 

Head Start Teacher (Topeka) 8-16-22

Early Head Start Teacher (Topeka) 8-16-22


Bridgestone Retail Operations

Automotive Maintenance Technician (South Overland Park, KS) 9-13-22 deadline

Sales and Service Specialist (South Overland Park, KS) 10-13-22 deadline

Automotive Technician (Liberty, MO) 9-18-22 deadline

 Automotive Technician (Independence, MO)  9-15-22 deadline


Inland Truck Parts and Service

Sales (Overland Park) 8-16-22

Service Technician (Overland Park) 8-16-22


KSi Conveyors

Service Technician (Sabetha, KS) 8-16-22

Automation Technician (Sabetha, KS) 8-16-22


Sac & Fox Casino- Surveillance Monitor, Security Officer, Maintenance Tech, Cook (Powhattan, KS)- 8-16-22


Oskaloosa Public Library- Children's Services Librarian (Oskaloosa, KS) 8-8-22


J-Six Enterprises- Multiple postions (Seneca, KS) 12-25-22 deadline


Newman Regional Health- RN (Emporia, KS) 8-1-22


McGrew Real Estate-Office Assistant (Lawrence, KS) 8-3-22


City of Ottawa- Police Officer (Ottawa, KS) 12-30-22 deadline


Caterpillar

Welder 1 (Wamego, KS) 7-12-22

Manufacturing Specialist (Wamego, KS) 7-12-22


Vintage Park at Hiawatha

Part Time Cook (Hiawatha, KS)- 6-28-22

CNA (Hiawatha, KS)- 6-28-22

CMA (Hiawatha, KS)- 6-28-22


Adams Land and Cattle

Agronomy and Farming Technician(Broken Bow, NE)- 9-30-22 deadline

 Farming Technician (Broken Bow, NE)- 9-28-22 deadline

 


United Rentals Inc- Tool Trailer Coordinator (Edwardsville, KS)- 6-20-22


Kings Construction Co. Inc.- Concrete Laborer (Oskaloosa, KS)- 6-7-22


Northeast Kansas Coordinated Transit District #3- Mobility Manager (Hiawatha, KS)- 6-7-22


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Country Cabin Restaurant 1

Country Cabin Restaurant 2


Employer:

Heartland Coca Cola

Employer Address:

3802 S Leonard Road

Employer City:

Saint Joseph

Employer State:

Missouri

Employer Zip:

64503

Job Title:

Driver Merchandiser

Job Description:

Delivers products to customers on assigned route. Merchandise, displays and rotates products according to company standards. Picks up company property from customer locations and collect returns. Utilize computer technology to create customer invoices, collect money due, and settle all customer accounts daily. Provides excellent customer service and meets customer’s expectations through communication, problem resolution, and appropriate follow-up. Ensures compliance with regulatory and company policies and procedures including DOT regulations. Collaborates cross-functionally with other departments to build relationships and ensure customer satisfaction.

Required Skills:

High School Diploma or GED preferred. Minimum of one year of work experience required. Must be 21 years of age and legally eligible to work in the United States. Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and a clean driving record within MVR guidelines. CDL license needs to cover both automatic and manual vehicles. Illinois residents are required to have a CDL issued from the state of Illinois. Local delivery experience preferred. Prior experience using pallet jack or forklift preferred. Ability to obtain certification upon hire is required.

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Nicole DeWald

Contact Phone Number:

(913) 258-0515

Contact Email:

ndewald@heartlandcocacola.com

Employer Website:

https://www.heartlandcocacola.com/

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

09/14/2022

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Employer:

Metal-Tech Partners

Employer Address:

2103 R Street

Employer City:

Geneva

Employer State:

NE

Employer Zip:

68361

Job Title:

Manufacturing Engineer Technician

Job Description:

Metal-Tech Partners has an exciting career opportunity for a Manufacturing Engineer Technician at its Bruning, Nebraska facility. We are seeking an Engineer Technician to be responsible for creating 3D Models and leading projects in support of our manufacturing. This role will consist of working with project supervisors and quality control as well as working closely with floor personnel to provide direction of the construction and fabrication of customer designs. Individual will need to be highly motivated, organized and enjoy working in a fast-paced, hands-on working environment to participate in all aspects from product development, drawings, specifications and cost analysis. Bring your CAD (Solid Works and AutoCAD) and Microsoft skills to a great organization. This is an excellent chance to work for a growing company that offers a competitive compensation package with long term employment stability.

Required Skills:

Requirements: We will train the right individual 2-year Degree beneficial Robotic Welding experience beneficial Quality Control experience beneficial Mechanical Drafting experience beneficial Knowledge of SolidWorks General mechanical knowledge

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Scott Fangmeier

Contact Phone Number:

(402) 759-7000

Contact Email:

fangmeiers@mtpartners.com

Employer Website:

https://mtpartners.com/

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

09/22/2022

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

 

Job Details:

Responsibilities: Work with customer products for production deployment Develop quality specifications for products Quality Control checks on parts Quote and generate Bill-Of-Materials for products What we are proud to offer you: Health, Dental, Vision, Life & Disability Insurance Paid Vacation and Holidays IRA with Company Match

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Employer:

Metal-Tech Partners

Employer Address:

2103 R Street

Employer City:

Geneva

Employer State:

NE

Employer Zip:

68361

Job Title:

Qualified Welders

Job Description:

Metal-Tech Partners has an exciting new career opportunity. We are seeking a Qualified Welder that is highly motivated, organized and who enjoys working in a fast-paced, hands-on working environment. This is an excellent chance to work for a growing company that offers a competitive compensation package with long term employment stability.

Required Skills:

Job Duties: Operating MIG Arc, TIG Arc and Spot Welding equipment for the fabrication of steel, aluminum and stainless steel products. Operating safe working equipment and applying safety practice at work while performing his/her duties. Welding parts in various directions: flat, horizontal, vertical or overhead, etc. Igniting flame or striking an arc while welding or performing other electricity-related work to weld part of a metal structure. Clamping, holding, tack-welding, heat-bending, bolting, or grinding spare parts as necessary to satisfy the technical requirements and create a welded final product. Operating other accessory equipment and performing some tasks necessary for welding metal, such as grinders for cleaning weld areas or beautifying weld areas. Examining finish products and spare parts and comparing them with samples to check whether the specifications are met. Arranging and assuring the welded parts to be arranged in order before being assembled into final products; using such tools as square, caliper or ruler for this task.

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

(Starting at $20/hr and up)($1,000 hire on bonus)

Contact Person:

Scott Fangmeier

Contact Phone Number:

(402) 759-7000

Contact Email:

fangmeiers@mtpartners.com

Employer Website:

https://mtpartners.com/

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

09/22/2022

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

 

Job Details:

Job Requirements: Must pass the prescribed weld test. Comprehend documents such as safety rules, operating maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to understand information, ideas, direction and then be able to perform the task or project discussed. Able to ask questions to insure you understand the information given. Must have a working knowledge of various welding codes, specifications, techniques and methods. Must be familiar with properties of metal machining, weld shrinkage and welding techniques. What we are proud to offer you: Competitive Pay (Starting at $20/hour and up) Health, Dental, Vision, Life & Disability Insurance Paid Vacation Simple IRA with Company Match Paid Holidays

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Employer:

Johnson County Park Police Department

Employer Address:

7900 Renner RD

Employer City:

Shawnee Mission

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66219

Job Title:

Park Police Officer I

Job Description:

Do you enjoy the outdoors? Would you like to work in parks all day? Does community centered policing excite you? If so, apply with the Johnson County Park Police Department, a state certified law enforcement agency. The Johnson County Park Police Department offers one of law enforcement's most unique and rewarding career paths. Our Park Police Officers provide law enforcement services for millions of park visitors each year and they patrol nearly 10,000 acres of park land, water impoundments and associated recreational facilities. Park Police Officers also present a large variety of environmental and cultural interpretation programs ranging from living history to live wildlife presentations and hands-on ecology offerings. The Johnson County Park and Recreation District (JCPRD) provides excellent health and recreational benefits to our employees. • 457 Deferred Compensation Plan • JCPRD Program Discounts • KP&F Retirement Program • Flexible Spending Account • Medical, Dental and Life Insurance • Paid Holidays, Vacation and Sick Leave • Term Life and AD&D Insurance • JCPRD Fitness Centers • Tuition Reimbursement The starting wage is $23.30 per hour.

Required Skills:

Requirements: • United States Citizenship • Minimum 21 years of age • Able to pass a thorough background investigation including state and national fingerprint checks. • No felony convictions • No domestic violence convictions, diversions, or expungements • High school diploma or equivalent • Good moral character • Be able to complete a psychological evaluation to determine that the applicant does not have a mental or personality disorder that would adversely affect the applicant’s ability to perform the essential functions of a police officer. • Be free of any physical or mental condition that might adversely affect the performance of a police officer’s duties. Preference Given: A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field or equivalent combination of education and experience and/or Kansas Law Enforcement Certification.

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

$23.30

Contact Person:

Richard Britain

Contact Phone Number:

(913) 826-3483

Contact Email:

rich.britain@jocogov.org

Employer Website:

https://www.jcprd.com/jobs

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

09/22/2022

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

12/31/2022

Job Details:

The Park Police Officer I is an entry level law enforcement position that includes the presentation of environmental educational programs. No subordinates report to this position. Work is performed under the general supervision of a field supervisor. Effectiveness is measured by personal observation and periodic evaluation of written and other assigned tasks. Scheduled hours provide for a 40 hour work week with variable hours and shifts, although work may be assigned on any day, at any hour of the day or night. The Park Police Officer I performs uniformed patrol of JCPRD properties as assigned, assists park visitors, protects facilities and arrests offenders. The Park Police Officer I also presents interpretative and other educational programs on cultural and environmental topics. A Park Police Officer I works with persons of all ages and societal backgrounds, has a good knowledge of JCPRD operations and is able to articulate same to persons seeking information.

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Employer:

Northeast Kansas Area Agency on Aging

Employer Address:

1803 Oregon

Employer City:

Hiawatha

Employer State:

KS

Employer Zip:

66434

Job Title:

We are currently seeking VOLUNTEERS for our VITA Program (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program).

Job Description:

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program offers free tax help to people who generally make $54,000 or less, persons with disabilities, the elderly and limited English speaking taxpayers who need assistance in preparing their own tax returns. IRS-certified volunteers provide free basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing to qualified individuals.

Required Skills:

Complete all IRC and IRS mandated trainings, including the Volunteer Standards of Conduct Training and Ethics; the Volunteer Standards of Conduct certification; and complete the Intake/Interview & Quality Review certification. Become a certified preparer for Basic or Advance tax preparation. The IRS has a Link and Learn portal with course materials & certification information.

Starting Salary:

Volunteer

Hourly Rate:

Volunteer

Contact Person:

Melody Craig

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 742-7152

Contact Email:

melody.craig@nekaaa.org

Employer Website:

www.nekaaa.org

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

02/01/2023

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

04/05/2023

Job Details:

Our VITA program only operates on Wednesday's from February 1, 2023 to April 4, 2023 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. That is a total of 10 days. Adding additional content to your resume is always valuable–especially when that experience comes from a known name. VITA is a well-known program, and many CPAs have worked with the program in the past. This means the program carries good name recognition and can add a bit of weight to the otherwise limited experience most students start with.

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Employer:

Advocate Construction

Employer Address:

8220 Marshall Dr, Lenexa, KS 66214

Employer City:

Lenexa

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66214

Job Title:

OFFICE ASSISTANT (Part-time)

Job Description:

We are looking for an Office Assistant to join our team. You will help maintain a positive, welcoming and productive environment; assist with the organization and running of the daily administrative operations of the company. No experience is necessary, we will train. Obligations incorporate, however, aren't constrained to: - Receiving mail - Bills payment - Picking up and delivering items to PO Box. -Order office supplies and research new deals and suppliers -Handle administrative requests and queries

Required Skills:

-Written communication -Time management -Attention to detail -Technology Having a comprehension of QuickBooks Pro is a plus, however, isn't vital. Duties of the Office Assistant include providing support to our managers and employees, assisting in daily office needs and managing our company’s administrative activities.

Starting Salary:

$500 weekly (20 hrs weekly)

Hourly Rate:

$25/hr

Contact Person:

Linbeck Wilson

Contact Phone Number:

(913) 444-9007

Contact Email:

LinbeckGroup@contractor.net

Employer Website:

 

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

 

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

 

Job Details:

Schedule: • 20 hours weekly • Monday to Friday Education: • High school or equivalent (Required) Experience: • Microsoft Office: 1 year (Required) • Time management: 1 year (Required) • Customer service: 1 year (Preferred) • Administrative Experience: 1 year (Preferred) Any qualified and interested individual may reply with a resume via email to.....LinbeckGroup@contractor.net

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Employer:

Dixon Golf/ Bruce Slimmer

Employer Address:

7601 W. 156th Street

Employer City:

Overland Park

Employer State:

Ks

Employer Zip:

66223

Job Title:

Regional Manager

Job Description:

Looking for Student/Intern to help with a special event next Spring. It is a fundraiser for the Brown County Humane Society. It is short term employment from January 2023 to April of 2023. You will be involved in all aspects of online fundraising, golf tournament planning, sponsorship and player recruitment, and the execution of the event and follow up. You will have a flexible schedule and small base salary with commission.

Required Skills:

public interaction, computer knowledge and availability, and a desire to learn.

Starting Salary:

$500

Hourly Rate:

Commission

Contact Person:

Bruce Slimmer

Contact Phone Number:

(913) 927-9876

Contact Email:

bruce.slimmer@dixongolf.com

Employer Website:

dixongolf.com

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

01/15/2023

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

12/01/2002

Job Details:

https://youtu.be/J23AA0Dwehk

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Employer:

KanEquip Inc.

Employer Address:

PO Box 310, 408 Lincoln Street

Employer City:

Wamego

Employer State:

KS

Employer Zip:

66547

Job Title:

Service Technician Intern

Job Description:

Title: Service Technician Internship (2022-2023) Locations: Dodge City, Ellsworth, Garden City, Great Bend, Marysville, Herington, Ottawa, Pratt, Salina, S. Hutchinson, Syracuse NE, Topeka, Wamego, Wichita Employee Status: Temporary (Internship) Purpose: To provide hands-on learning experiences and opportunities to develop mechanical and diagnostic skills for students who are pursuing an Associates of Applied Science in Agriculture Power/Technology, Diesel & Heavy Equipment or Diesel Technology. Job Responsibilities: Ø Understand the mission, vision, and values of KanEquip and the goals and expectations of the service department. Ø Preform pre-delivery set ups and inspections on new equipment and basic service work as assigned. Ø Develop skills to diagnose and repair hydraulic and electrical systems, engines, and fuel systems. Ø Work with online parts and service information systems Ø Develop skills to complete reports and forms for service operations in a timely and accurate manner. Ø Assist other diesel technicians and other departments to bring value and customer service to our stakeholders. Ø Engage in trainings, mentoring, and feedback surveys Ø Attend social and networking events. Hours and Benefits: Ø During the school year, hours are available based on class schedule and location need. During the summer interns should expect 40+ hours per week. Ø Interns will be assigned a mentor for career development, guidance, and motivation. Ø Scholarships and educational expense repayment available upon completion of internship. Ø KanEquip branded apparel and items.

Required Skills:

Requirements: Ø Complete the NAEDA Service Technician Test Ø Completed 1 year of schooling in an Agriculture Power/Technology, Diesel & Heavy Equipment or Diesel Technology program. Ø Owns mechanic tool set appropriate for the work required. Ø Passion to learn methods, tools, materials, and techniques to diagnose and repair diesel and agricultural equipment. Ø An understanding in diesel engines, hydraulics, electronics and electrical systems and precision ag systems. Ø Ability to collaborate and communicate effectively with parts, sales and service personnel and customers. Ø Ability to lift 75 pounds as required without assistance. Ø Acceptable Motor Vehicle status

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Richard Dugan

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 458-3325

Contact Email:

richard.dugan@kanequip.com

Employer Website:

https://www.kanequip.com/careers/

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

08/31/2022

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

03/31/2023

Job Details:

Apply online at https://www.kanequip.com/careers/

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Employer:

HDR Engineering, Inc.

Employer Address:

10450 Holmes Road

Employer City:

Kansas City

Employer State:

MO

Employer Zip:

64131

Job Title:

Bridge BIM Designer (#167376 on HDR website)

Job Description:

HDR is currently seeking a Bridge BIM Designer to join our team in Kansas City or St. Louis. In the role of Bridge BIM Designer, we'll count on you to: Prepare detailed drawings, layouts and sketches for conventional concrete and steel bridges, retaining walls and miscellaneous structures using computer-aided design software, primarily MicroStation. Develop details for complex concrete and steel bridges which may include: prestressed concrete, post tensioned concrete, steel plate girder, segmental and cable-stayed. Typical projects will be for highway bridge projects. Demonstrate ability to work independently with direction from supervisor and engineers. Attention to detail is highly desirable. Perform other duties as needed

Required Skills:

Required Qualifications Associate or technical school degree, or equivalent experience. 0 years experience A working knowledge of Microstation and AutoCAD. Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. Attention to detail is a must. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, including ability to gather, organize and interpret data. Ability and willingness to work cooperatively with project team members. An attitude and commitment to being an active participant of our employee-owned culture is a must. Preferred Qualifications Experience in structural drafting with MicroStation Strong computer skills using Microsoft Office. Experience interpreting as-built plans for existing structures. Technically oriented with the rudimentary thought process to visualize constructs in 3-dimensional space.

Starting Salary:

Negotiable

Hourly Rate:

Negotiable

Contact Person:

Kevin Gribble (Bridge Engineer)

Contact Phone Number:

(816) 360-2722

Contact Email:

Kevin.Gribble@hdrinc.com

Employer Website:

https://hdr.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=167326&lang=en

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

 

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

 

Job Details:

About Us At HDR, we specialize in engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services. While we are most well-known for adding beauty and structure to communities through high-performance buildings and smart infrastructure, we provide much more than that. We create an unshakable foundation for progress because our multidisciplinary teams also include scientists, economists, builders, analysts and artists. That's why we believe diversity is our greatest strength. HDR is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer. Watch Our Story:' https://www.hdrinc.com/our-story' We believe that the way we work can add meaning and value to the world. That ideas inspire positive change. That coloring outside the lines can illuminate fresh perspectives. And that small details yield important realizations. Above all, we believe that collaboration is the best way forward. Why HDR At HDR, we know work isn't only about who you work for; it's also about what you do and how you do it. Led by the strength of our values and a culture shaped by employee ownership, we network with each other, build on each other's contributions, and collaborate together to make great things possible. When you join HDR, we give you license to do the same. We help you take charge of your career, giving you multiple growth opportunities along the way.

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City of Severance

City: Severance, KS

Job Title: Temporary Part-Time City Cleanup

Job Description: The work will consist of picking up limbs, weed-eating, mowing, etc.  All equipment will be provided. Transportation can be arranged. Hours will be evenings and/or weekends. 

Salary:  $12.50 per hour

Contact: Please call Christi Lysaght at 785-359-6511

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Employer:

Bridgestone Retail Operations

Employer Address:

200 4th Avenue

Employer City:

Nashville

Employer State:

TN

Employer Zip:

37201

Job Title:

Automotive Maintenance Technician

Job Description:

Automotive Maintenance Technician - South Overland Park, KS Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career! https://www.bebridgestone.com Job Responsibilities for Automotive Maintenance Technician • Learn how to diagnose and repair basic automotive including brakes, alignments, suspensions, cooling and electrical • Change oil and/or transmission fluid and filters • Install and perform tire maintenance • Install batteries, shock absorbers, exhaust systems and check electrical systems • Road test vehicles Minimum Requirements for Automotive Maintenance Technician Required: • Reading and writing • Ability to learn basic mechanical tasks • Must have a valid automobile driver’s license at all times and be able to drive customer and company vehicles Preferred: • Experience in automotive service industry preferred Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC operates more than 2,200 stores and employs over 22,000 teammates. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, Hibdon Tires and Wheel Works. We are one of the most trusted automotive care providers - join our team as a Maintenance Technician today! We are An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer “One of our strengths is found in our commitment to serve a diverse customer population with diverse teams of teammates." Nora Dahlke - 312-668-9920 - dahlkenora@contractor.bfusa.com

Required Skills:

Minimum Requirements for Automotive Maintenance Technician Required: • Reading and writing • Ability to learn basic mechanical tasks • Must have a valid automobile driver’s license at all times and be able to drive customer and company vehicles Preferred: • Experience in automotive service industry preferred

Starting Salary:

10.56-15.84 USD

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Nora Dahlke

Contact Phone Number:

 

Contact Email:

 

Employer Website:

https://www.bebridgestone.com

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

09/13/2022

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

10/13/2022

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Employer:

Bridgestone Retail Operations

Employer Address:

200 4th Avenue

Employer City:

Nashville

Employer State:

TN

Employer Zip:

37201

Job Title:

Sales and Service Specialist

Job Description:

Sales and Service Specialist - South Overland Park, KS Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC employs over 22,000 teammates in North America and operates more than 2,200 company-owned stores. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, and Wheel Works. With 2,200 locations across America and over $3 billion in tire and auto service sales, Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build a career. Learn more! Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career! https://www.bebridgestone.com Overview The retail Sales and Service Specialist (SSS) is a unique hybrid role for stores and is intended as a key pipeline for future career-growth within BSRO. This role is primarily responsible for serving the Boss (customer) through assessing the Bosses’ needs, recommending appropriate products and/or services, performing entry-level vehicle services, and ensuring Boss satisfaction through thorough and timely completion of services. Successful individuals in this role will learn all aspects of store operations and effectively flex between interacting/serving the Boss and efficiently completing basic vehicle service tasks as required. Responsibilities Hybrid Role • Customer service, sales, customer issue resolution- 75% • Basic vehicle service tasks, Oil, tires, fluids- 25% • Store operations, opening/closing, inventory, displays- as needed basis Growth and career development role • May assist Manager or act as Manager-On-Duty in certain circumstances or to support development • Will learn all aspects of store operations and flex between front/back shop tasks Requirements Minimum Required: • High School Diploma or equivalent • Valid automobile driver’s license • Customer service and career growth mindset • Ability to complete required store education courses and modules required for this position • Ability to learn and perform basic vehicle service tasks • Ability to learn and operate store systems Preferred: • 2-year degree or non-traditional education through training program completion, certification, or other exhibiting the growth mindset that is needed in this candidate • Previous consumer retail sales experience • Previous automotive experience a plus • Previous management/supervisory experience a plus We are An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer “One of our strengths is found in our commitment to serve a diverse customer population with diverse teams of teammates." Nora Dahlke - 312-668-9920 - dahlkenora@contractor.bfusa.com

Required Skills:

Minimum Required: • High School Diploma or equivalent • Valid automobile driver’s license • Customer service and career growth mindset • Ability to complete required store education courses and modules required for this position • Ability to learn and perform basic vehicle service tasks • Ability to learn and operate store systems Preferred: • 2-year degree or non-traditional education through training program completion, certification, or other exhibiting the growth mindset that is needed in this candidate • Previous consumer retail sales experience • Previous automotive experience a plus • Previous management/supervisory experience a plus

Starting Salary:

13.99-20.99 USD

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Nora Dahlke

Contact Phone Number:

 

Contact Email:

 

Employer Website:

https://www.bebridgestone.com

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

09/13/2022

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

10/13/2022

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Employer:

Bridgestone Retail Operations

Employer Address:

200 4th Avenue

Employer City:

Nashville

Employer State:

TN

Employer Zip:

37201

Job Title:

Automotive Technician

Job Description:

Automotive Technician - Liberty, MO Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career! https://www.bebridgestone.com Overview The Technician/Mechanic position requires your experience and technical expertise to diagnose drivability and electrical systems, while using your leadership and mentoring skills in driving a team toward increased customer care and satisfaction. Job Responsibilities for Automotive Technician/Mechanic • Change oil, transmission fluid and filters • Install batteries and checks electrical systems • Tire maintenance • Install parts • Road test vehicles Minimum Requirements for Automotive Technician/Mechanic • Reading and writing • Ability to learn basic mechanical tasks • Must have a valid automobile driver’s license at all times and be able to drive customer and company vehicles • Must have a minimum 2 years of automotive repair experience, completion of Vocational-Technical School program in a related field or demonstrated skills via third party certificates/assessment • A.S.E. certification in at least one of A1-A8 is required. (New hires with external similar qualifications/certifications will have up to 2 years of employment to comply) Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC operates more than 2,200 stores and employs over 22,000 teammates. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, Hibdon Tires and Wheel Works. We are one of the most trusted automotive care providers - join our team today! Your knowledge as a technician/mechanic is EXACTLY what we need. We are An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer “One of our strengths is found in our commitment to serve a diverse customer population with diverse teams of teammates." Rennie Varghese - 312-517-7979 - VargheseRennie@Contractor.bfusa.com

Required Skills:

Minimum Requirements for Automotive Technician/Mechanic • Reading and writing • Ability to learn basic mechanical tasks • Must have a valid automobile driver’s license at all times and be able to drive customer and company vehicles • Must have a minimum 2 years of automotive repair experience, completion of Vocational-Technical School program in a related field or demonstrated skills via third party certificates/assessment • A.S.E. certification in at least one of A1-A8 is required. (New hires with external similar qualifications/certifications will have up to 2 years of employment to comply)

Starting Salary:

14.73-22.09 USD

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Rennie Varghese

Contact Phone Number:

 

Contact Email:

 

Employer Website:

https://www.bebridgestone.com

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

08/19/2022

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

09/18/2022

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Employer:

Bridgestone Retail Operations

Employer Address:

200 4th Avenue

Employer City:

Nashville

Employer State:

TN

Employer Zip:

37201

Job Title:

Automotive Technician

Job Description:

Automotive Technician - Independence, MO Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career! https://www.bebridgestone.com Overview The Technician/Mechanic position requires your experience and technical expertise to diagnose drivability and electrical systems, while using your leadership and mentoring skills in driving a team toward increased customer care and satisfaction. Job Responsibilities for Automotive Technician/Mechanic • Change oil, transmission fluid and filters • Install batteries and checks electrical systems • Tire maintenance • Install parts • Road test vehicles Minimum Requirements for Automotive Technician/Mechanic • Reading and writing • Ability to learn basic mechanical tasks • Must have a valid automobile driver’s license at all times and be able to drive customer and company vehicles • Must have a minimum 2 years of automotive repair experience, completion of Vocational-Technical School program in a related field or demonstrated skills via third party certificates/assessment • A.S.E. certification in at least one of A1-A8 is required. (New hires with external similar qualifications/certifications will have up to 2 years of employment to comply) Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC operates more than 2,200 stores and employs over 22,000 teammates. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, Hibdon Tires and Wheel Works. We are one of the most trusted automotive care providers - join our team today! Your knowledge as a technician/mechanic is EXACTLY what we need. We are An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer “One of our strengths is found in our commitment to serve a diverse customer population with diverse teams of teammates." Rennie Varghese - 312-517-7979 - VargheseRennie@Contractor.bfusa.com

Required Skills:

Minimum Requirements for Automotive Technician/Mechanic • Reading and writing • Ability to learn basic mechanical tasks • Must have a valid automobile driver’s license at all times and be able to drive customer and company vehicles • Must have a minimum 2 years of automotive repair experience, completion of Vocational-Technical School program in a related field or demonstrated skills via third party certificates/assessment • A.S.E. certification in at least one of A1-A8 is required. (New hires with external similar qualifications/certifications will have up to 2 years of employment to comply)

Starting Salary:

11.14-16.71 USD

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Rennie Varghese

Contact Phone Number:

 

Contact Email:

 

Employer Website:

https://www.bebridgestone.com

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

08/16/2022

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

09/15/2022

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Employer:

Inland Truck Parts and Service

Employer Address:

7015 College Blvd., Suite 650

Employer City:

Overland Park

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66211

Job Title:

Sales

Job Description:

Inside and Outside Sales opportunities available.

Required Skills:

Qualifications: Demonstrate excellent internal / external customer service and communication Demonstrate ability to effectively work with a team Excellent organizational skills Experience with sales of automotive or truck parts Enjoys and excels at problem-solving Remain alert and attentive to job duties High school graduation/GED or equivalent work experience/ product knowledge Valid Driver’s license & good driving record Ability to lift up to 50 pounds Ability to reach & lift overhead Ability to bend, stoop, twist, carry, push & pull and must be able to go up and down steps Post-offer physical examination required as condition of employment

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Mandy Revisky

Contact Phone Number:

(913) 345-9664

Contact Email:

mandy.revisky@inlandtruck.com

Employer Website:

https://www.inlandtruck.com/work-at-inland/career-opportunities/service-technician

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Employer:

Inland Truck Parts and Service

Employer Address:

7015 College Blvd., Suite 650

Employer City:

Overland Park

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66211

Job Title:

Service Technician

Job Description:

Qualifications: Mechanical aptitude / skills / knowledge High school graduation / GED or equivalent work experience Valid Driver’s license & good driving record Able to lift up to 50 pounds Able to bend, stoop, twist, carry, push & pull and must be able to go up and down steps Able to reach and lift overhead Able to utilize mechanical tools & devices Own tools Basic arithmetic skills Able to read / understand books / catalogs / diagrams Excellent internal / external customer service and communication Able to effectively work with a team Able to remain alert and attentive to job duties and safety Post-offer physical examinations required as condition of employment

Required Skills:

Additional Preferences: CDL preferred Some electrical experience preferred 5 years of service technician experience preferred

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Mandy Revisky

Contact Phone Number:

(913) 345-9664

Contact Email:

mandy.revisky@inlandtruck.com

Employer Website:

https://www.inlandtruck.com/work-at-inland/career-opportunities/service-technician

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Employer:

KSi Conveyors

Employer Address:

2345 U Road

Employer City:

Sabetha

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66534

Job Title:

Service Technician

Job Description:

Job Purpose: Responsible for installation and servicing of KSi Equipment at customer sites. Duties: · Install/Set up equipment at customer sites including: aligning and anchoring bins, setting up and anchoring conveyors, setting up and anchoring scale hoppers/scales, and other miscellaneous items · Service work for KSi and other vendor equipment as needed o This includes performing Service and Maintenance Programs (SMP’s), warranty service work, and equipment service calls at existing customer sites o May be responsible to make emergency service trips on weekends periodically · Responsible to make sure site installation report is completed and final installation pictures are taken · Ability to work at heights of 40+ feet (for overbin conveyors and other bin issues) · Responsible to act, dress, and exhibit professionalism at all times (KSi and customer sites) · Responsible for leading and coaching Service Tech Assistants in the following areas: o Professionalism, Attitude, Customer Service, Work Ethic, Honesty, etc. · Responsible for safe and effective delivery of miscellaneous KSi equipment to customer site · Loading and unloading of products at KSi plant and/or at customer site when needed · Willingness to setup or tear down at company sponsored events/shows · Willingness to help other departments and perform other duties when/if needed · Responsible for following motor vehicle regulations while driving: use of hands free device, adhering to speed limits, etc. Texting and “surfing” are strictly prohibited while driving · Responsible for knowing and adhering to KSi safety manual at job site and when in KSi facilities · Willing to travel and regularly be gone during the week · Ability/willingness to work on Saturdays/Sundays periodically, when needed

Required Skills:

· 1 year of mechanical experience · Valid driver’s license required · Knowledge of hand tools and power tools skills required · Ability to read measuring tools · Ability to lift up to 75 lbs required · Ability and willingness to work in a variety of weather conditions · Must have initiative/self-motivation

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

$18.00 +

Contact Person:

Eric Meyer

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 284-0600

Contact Email:

ericm@ksiedge.com

Employer Website:

https://www.ksiedge.com/

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Employer:

KSi Conveyors

Employer Address:

2345 U Road

Employer City:

Sabetha

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66534

Job Title:

Automation Technician

Job Description:

Job Purpose: Responsible for coordinating startup schedule along with checking out, assembling, shipping, and starting up projects in the field. Duties: · Ability to be flexible and work with controls service manager and customer to help determine a startup date that works for the customer · When not in the field, responsible for working out of the respective home office working on checking out panels, scheduling and taking automation support calls from customers · Work closely with respective service manager to bill out necessary parts and service trips while keeping an accurate truck inventory that matches inventory system · Responsible for checking Tracker and paperwork to make sure that all supplies are needed in order to complete all jobs for the week · Responsible for updating Tracker and all required paperwork upon job completion · Work closely with respective controls service manager to handle all warranty items · Provide technical, electrical and other assistance to other level I controls technicians · Coordinate service trips and timing with the customer – requires working closely with respective controls service manager to determine when a service trip is necessary and to prioritize service trips and startups · Work with panel checkout supervisor to assist with panel checkouts in the KS shop and preparing them for shipment to the customer. · Ability to perform standard automation startups in the field with limited support · Ability to perform standard seed treating startups in the field with limited support · Assist in answering basic treating related questions · Lead by example in the area of customer satisfaction and job completion · Spot quality issues and direct the issues to the proper channels in order to prevent issues from recurring · Train end user on setup of system and ultimately in running the system · Willing to help local electricians solve electrical issues in the field and on the phone · Field phone calls concerning both electrical and technical questions concerning KSi Automation, Treating, or any KSi related product, including taking part in evening and weekend “on call” rotation · Check tracking on all belts while at the job site – as well as being willing to resolve other mechanical issues while in the field · Overnight travel is required, including possibly leaving on Sat. or Sun. if emergency arises · Willing to travel extensively conducting service and maintenance to Treating and Automation equipment · Sitting in vehicle for long periods of time · Willingness to help other departments when/if needed · Ability to troubleshoot issues/questions over the phone and work with service manager and/or other controls techs to solve the more advanced issues/questions · Flexibility in work schedule and willing to do whatever it takes to satisfy the customer · Continual willingness to learn and grow as a technician

Required Skills:

· Automation experience desired · Interest in PLC and HMI programming · Positive attitude and willing to tackle the most difficult challenges · Electrical skills helpful · Mechanical skills required · Knowledge of hand tools required · Basic computer skills required · Effectively solve problems using phone communication · Communication skills required · Must have a valid driver’s license · Organization skills required

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

$20 +

Contact Person:

Eric Meyer

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 284-0600

Contact Email:

ericm@ksiedge.com

Employer Website:

https://www.ksiedge.com/

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Employer:

Sac & Fox Casino

Employer Address:

1322 US Hwy 75

Employer City:

Powhattan

Employer State:

KS

Employer Zip:

66527

Job Title:

Surveillance Monitor, Security officer, Maintenance Tech, Cook

Job Description:

Visit our website at Sac & Fox Casino for position details and to apply right from your phone. $1,000 dollar sign bonus on for full time. Paid Health plan and vacation plan. Flexible hours and shifts for part time help.

Required Skills:

Must be 18 years or older to apply.

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

$12.00

Contact Person:

Jeanne Stone or Shelly Simon

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 467-8000

Contact Email:

jstone@sacandfoxcasino.com

Employer Website:

Sac & Fox Casino

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Employer:

Oskaloosa Public Library

Employer Address:

315 Jefferson

Employer City:

Oskaloosa KS

Employer State:

KS

Employer Zip:

66066

Job Title:

Children's Services Librarian

Job Description:

Plan and provide engaging activities that help young people develop their creativity, interests, and talents. Circulation desk and shelving Promote and nurture the habit of reading

Required Skills:

HS Diploma enthusiasm, enjoy doing simple crafts and games

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

9.00

Contact Person:

Cheryl Sylvester

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 863-2475

Contact Email:

csylvester@oskielibrary.org

Employer Website:

www.oskielibrary.org

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Employer:

J-Six Enterprises

Employer Address:

604 Nemaha Street

Employer City:

Seneca

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66538

Job Title:

Multiple Positions

Job Description:

Milling Engineers General Labor Animal care/production Trucking Farming

Required Skills:

will be discussed at interview or online at www.jsixenterprises.com

Starting Salary:

Neg upon position

Hourly Rate:

Neg upon position and experience

Contact Person:

Heath Lutz

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 336-2148

Contact Email:

hr@fairviewmills.com

Employer Website:

www.jsixenterprises.com

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

08/01/2022

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

12/25/2022

Job Details:

Milling Engineers General Labor Animal care/production Trucking Farming

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Employer:

Newman Regional Health

Employer Address:

1201 West 12th

Employer City:

Emporia

Employer State:

KS

Employer Zip:

66801

Job Title:

RN

Job Description:

The Registered Nurse is responsible for coordinating provision of nursing care of patient. Performs all aspects of direct patient care and works with other disciplines / ancillary services in the care they provide.

Required Skills:

² Provide care for the patient utilizing all steps of the nursing process ² Head to toe assessment including vital signs ² Ensure communication with both the patient and their family ² Works well with all disciplines of our health care team ² Carry out provider’s orders and complete required tests/samples ² Administer medication ² Document all interactions

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

TBD

Contact Person:

Heather Aylward

Contact Phone Number:

(620) 343-6800

Contact Email:

haylward@newmanrh.org

Employer Website:

 

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

07/27/2022

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Company name:McGrew Real Estate
Company address:  1501 Kasold Dr, Lawrence, KS 66047
Company website:https://askmcgrew.com
Telephone :+1 341-333-6573
Job Type: part time/internship
 
 
Job Description
 
 
 
Our company is looking for an office/personal assistant up to 15 or 20 hours per week and the pay is $400 weekly.
Duties and responsible for handling clerical tasks in our office include,
*Handling incoming phone calls and other communications
*Managing files
*Updating paperwork and other documents.
*Creating, maintaining, and entering information into databases.
*Maintaining office equipment as need.
*performing other general office clerk duties and errands.
Having an understanding of QuickBooks Pro is a plus, but is not necessary.
A pleasing personality with strong communication skills is also highly valued.
Interested applicant should reply with resume to (jacksonhuge@realtyagent.com)
You will be working pretty independently most days, so this is a super important quality to have Task-Oriented, with the ability to initiate the follow-through for task completion
Highly Organized and Detail Oriented - The ability to organize your workflow and prioritize accordingly.

Jackson Huge
Human Resources Coordinator
Email:jacksonhuge@realtyagent.com
Website:http://www.askmcgrew.com

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Employer:

City of Ottawa

Employer Address:

101 S. Hickory

Employer City:

Ottawa

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66067

Job Title:

Police Officer

Job Description:

The Ottawa Police Department is seeking highly motivated applicants for the position of Police Officer who are committed to a long career with our Department.  The men and women of the Department are guided by the following values: Service, Integrity, Tolerance, Dignity, Stewardship and Flexibility.  With an authorized strength of 30 officers serving a growing population of nearly 13,000 there is room for advancement.  Positions include Detective, Drug Detective, DARE Instructor, School Resource Officer (SRO), Master Police Officer, STAR Team (Special Tactics and Rescue).   Officers are eligible to achieve the rank of Master Police Officer based on a combination of skill points and years of service.  The pay range for Master Police Officer is $23.99 to $34.78. To accomplish our goals the latest in technology and police practices are used.    The Department operates a modern weapons range as part of a comprehensive training program.  The range has a rifle range up to 150 yards and is equipped for night shooting, moving targets, 25-foot platform tower and steel range.  Each officer qualifies with the standard issue Glock 17 Gen. 5 handgun, AR-15 rifle (in each car), 37MM Less-Lethal munitions, Taser, and Bola Wrap.  The Department has a fitness room in the Law Enforcement Center equipped with free weights, functional fitness equipment, treadmill, and mat area.  Patrol schedule includes 12-hour shifts and two weekends off each month (4-day and 3-day). Date Opened:              July 20, 2022 Date Closed:                Until Filled Classification:              Full Time, Rotating Shift Work Starting Pay:                $21.01/hr. (normally scheduled for 2184 hours annually) Hours:                           Day Shift:  8 a.m.-8 p.m.  Night Shift:  8 p.m-8 a.m.  Testing:                      Testing dates will be scheduled as needed.  Applications accepted will be notified of additional testing information.  Testing will be held at: Law Enforcement Center  715 W. 2nd St  Ottawa, KS  66067 Additional Starting Pay Incentives: 3% Honorable Military Discharge 2% Associate degree 4% Bachelor’s Degree 7% Master’s Degree NOTE- Police Officers certified by KS-CPOST are exempt from written testing. Post-Hire Base Pay Incentives Earned within 12 Months:  As part of an updated professional development plan, the Department implemented additional pay incentives; these incentives are in addition to starting salary and the starting pay incentives listed above.                     2% Successful Completion of KLETC Basic Training, or if already KLETC certified. 2% Successful Completion of the Field Training Program, or if certified and already completed a formal Field Training Officer Program.  (San Jose Model program or PTO Program) 1% (average) for each performance evaluation at 6 months and 12 months of service. Lateral Transfer:  Certified officers with road patrol experience will be awarded service credit for years of completed service at the discretion of the Police Chief. The pay rate will be established based on comparable wages with current Ottawa Police Officers. Starting pay rates for completed prior years of service may be up to $23.99 hourly, or more, with discretion of the Police Chief.  Lateral transfers may be exempt from physical agility testing if employing agency has a similar agility standard in place, discretion is up to the Police Chief. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Employees must be a Kansas resident upon hire, 21 years of age at time of appointment and a U.S. citizen, possess a valid Kansas driver’s license upon appointment, and be insurable by the city’s insurance carrier; high school diploma or GED is required, college credit preferred.  Applicant must establish and maintain residency within Franklin County or within a driving distance of 35 miles of the Ottawa City Hall, AND within the state of Kansas within one year of hire. Applicants must successfully complete the following: written entrance exam, physical agility testing, and oral panel interview.  Candidates recommended for hire will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment drug screen, polygraph, psychological, and physical exams. AUTOMATIC DISQUALIFIERS: No visible tattoos above the collar or on the head, or below the wrist. Convicted of, or admission to a felony or any offense that would be constituted as a felony within the State of Kansas or the United States. Convicted of, or admission to, or diversion of a Class “A” or “B” misdemeanor or similar crime from another state within the past three (3) years or been convicted of any crime of a sexual nature. Has been dishonorably discharged from any branch of the United States Armed Forces. Has had state certification as a Law Enforcement Officer denied, revoked, or suspended. Falsified or lied about any information requested on a questionnaire or application as part of the hiring process. Exhibited any conduct or a pattern of conduct that would tend to disrupt, diminish, or otherwise jeopardize public trust in the law enforcement profession. Have used marijuana or synthetic drugs within the past three (3) years. Have used prescription medication illegally within the past three (3) years. Have used any other illegal drug within the last five (5) years. Have an established pattern of prescription medication abuse. Have an established pattern of alcohol abuse. Have had a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) conviction or diversion as an adult within the last five years or show a pattern of traffic law violations that indicate disrespect for traffic laws and disregard for public safety; or have had their driver’s license suspended or revoked within the past three (3) years. Job Description  Job Title                           Police Officer Department                       Police/Patrol Reports To                          Police Sergeant FLSA Status                         Non-Exempt (eligible for overtime pay) Salary Grade                      10 Retirement                         KP&F OSHA                                    Bloodborne Pathogens Last Update                        August 2020               This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees may be required to follow other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties as requested, subject to all applicable state and federal laws. Certain job functions described herein may be subject to possible modification in accordance with applicable state and federal laws. Summary: The Police Officer performs duties in the protection of life and property and the preservation of order in the City of Ottawa. The employee in this position responds to calls for service, enforces all traffic laws, performs case investigation, and performs various other law enforcement duties. Essential Job Functions: Listen to mobile and portable radios and respond to calls for police assistance from the general public, including emergency calls. Patrol city streets for traffic violations and investigate motor vehicle accidents. Conduct traffic stops and write citations as necessary. Enforce all criminal and related federal, state, and local laws and ordinances. Investigate felony and misdemeanor crimes. Conduct interviews, collect evidence found at crime scenes, write reports, and assist with processing of crime scenes when needed. Patrol business and residential areas of the city. Identify and arrest violators of laws and ordinances. Apply for and serve court warrants as needed. Appear and testify in court proceedings. Ancillary Job Functions: Prepare reports and maintain records. Perform backup duties for the Evidence and Property Tech, such as checking evidence in and out.  Maintain and clean patrol vehicle. Comply with all City ordinances and policies, as well as federal and state laws and ordinances.  Assist other departments and perform other related duties as assigned. Education and Experience: (Combination of education, training, and experience will be considered) High school diploma or equivalent. KLETC police certification. Must complete 40 hours of annual continuing education training in police procedures and techniques. CPR and first aid certification. Must maintain a valid driver’s license. Must be at least 21 years of age. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: (not all inclusive) Thorough knowledge of criminal and related federal, state, and local laws and ordinances. Interview and interrogation skills. Ability to conduct crime scene investigations from start to finish with limited oversight. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to operate all policing emergency vehicles, communications equipment, firearms, and other related equipment. Knowledge of photography and evidence collection techniques. Ability to cooperate well with others and accept the lines of authority. Public speaking skills for presentation of information in a court of law. Considerable knowledge of department rules, regulations, safety policies, and procedures. Ability to establish and maintain successful working relationships with other employees, City officials, businesses, and the public. Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work as well as concentrate on multiple tasks simultaneously. Ability to work under general supervision and make responsible decisions. Ability to use good judgment and think quickly and rationally in difficult or stressful situations. Work Environment: May be required to work in confined spaces, hazardous traffic conditions, or high/dangerous places. May be exposed to wet/humid conditions, inclement outdoor weather, vibration, extreme temperatures, oils, airborne particles/fumes, moving mechanical parts, risk of electrical shock, potentially hazardous bodily fluids, or potentially hazardous or cancer-causing agents/chemicals. May be required to wear a respirator in certain situations. Physical Abilities: (Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions) Must be able to sit, talk, hear, feel attributes of objects, grasp, push, stand, walk, drive, reach with hands/arms, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, climb, balance, operate mechanical equipment, and move up and down from/to sitting position on the floor. Must be able to have repetitive wrist/hand/finger movement and manual dexterity. Must have clarity of vision, three-dimensional vision, ability to identify and distinguish colors, and precise hand-eye coordination. Must be able to occasionally lift 100 or more pounds. Regular attendance is a necessary and essential function. E-Mail Confirmation:      After your application has been received by the City of Ottawa, you will receive confirmation by e-mail. Please check your SPAM filter or JUNK Mail.  If you have not received confirmation within 48 hours of submitting your application, please call 785-229-3634 to verify your application has been received.  For additional information, contact Human Resources at 785-229-3634 or e-mail humanresources@ottawaks.gov. Anyone with a disability who needs a reasonable accommodation related to a selection process is requested to contact the Human Resources Department at 785-229-3634 at least two days prior to the scheduled test or interview. The City of Ottawa is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Required Skills:

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: (not all inclusive) Thorough knowledge of criminal and related federal, state, and local laws and ordinances. Interview and interrogation skills. Ability to conduct crime scene investigations from start to finish with limited oversight. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to operate all policing emergency vehicles, communications equipment, firearms, and other related equipment. Knowledge of photography and evidence collection techniques. Ability to cooperate well with others and accept the lines of authority. Public speaking skills for presentation of information in a court of law. Considerable knowledge of department rules, regulations, safety policies, and procedures. Ability to establish and maintain successful working relationships with other employees, City officials, businesses, and the public. Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work as well as concentrate on multiple tasks simultaneously. Ability to work under general supervision and make responsible decisions. Ability to use good judgment and think quickly and rationally in difficult or stressful situations.

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

$21.01

Contact Person:

Michelle Wapp

Contact Phone Number:

 

Contact Email:

 

Employer Website:

https://cityofottawa.applytojob.com/apply/cWbzyA2kYI/Police-Officer

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

07/20/2022

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

12/30/2022

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Employer:

Caterpillar

Employer Address:

400 Work Tools Dr

Employer City:

Wamego

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66547

Job Title:

Welder 1

Job Description:

JOB DESCRIPTION: WELDER 1 - 2ND SHIFT - WAMEGO, KS NOW OFFERING NEW HIRE WELDING BONUS OF $1000* ***For candidates outside of 50+ miles, ask us about our additional $2000 relocation assistance!*** Your Work Shapes the World Whether it be groundbreaking products, best in class solutions or creating a lifelong career, you can do the work that matters at Caterpillar. With a 95-year legacy of quality and innovation and 150 locations in countries around the world, your impact spans the globe. At the Caterpillar facility in Wamego, Kansas, we take pride in working together to safely build quality attachments that enhance the productivity and utility of Caterpillar machines, equipping them for a wide range of tasks and operating requirements. Have welding experience or a welding certification? Piece by piece, part by part, person by person - join our team and create your own steel masterpieces! Visit Caterpillar.com/Wamego to learn more about our team, the work we do and the products we make. Description As a welder in the Wamego facility, you will hand weld in multiple positions to create parts using semi-automatic MIG welders and .052 wire as well as use robotic welding technology. You will also read and use blueprints to weld individual parts together. You will use jib and overhead cranes to manually position parts and work in one and two person stalls that are clean, well ventilated, safe, and equipped with the latest technologies. Click here to hear from current welders in Wamego about why they like to work for Caterpillar! Basic Qualifications Possess a welding certification or a minimum of one (1) year welding experience Available to work from 5:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. during the introductory training period Top Candidates will also have Experience MIG welding Ability to read blueprints Ability to work safely and wear all required personal protective equipment Ability to work overtime to support production demands Being a member of our team is rewarding! Total Rewards Package available from DAY ONE includes: Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage Health savings account (HSA) Flexible Spending Accounts Short and long term disability coverage Life Insurance Healthy Lifestyle Program Employee Assistance Programs 401K with 6% company match Annual 401K employer contribution of 3%-5% In addition to Caterpillars Total Rewards Package, you will also receive: $ 1,000 New Hire Bonus $2,000 relocation bonus for candidates moving from more than 50 miles from the facility Competitive pay starting between $20.00 and $23.76 per hour Additional 7% night shift premium Potential for Quarterly Bonuses Overtime based on business need Paid holidays and vacation days (prorated based on hire date) Yearly reviews and pay increase based on performance Full Personal Protective Equipment provided including welding hoods with a cooling filtration system, metatarsal guard steel-toe boots, gloves, safety glasses, etc. Pants and jackets provided- laundry service available at no cost to you Opportunity to promote to higher welder positions and advance your career Bereavement, Jury Duty, Military Duty Paid Benefits, Parental Leave, Adoption Benefits Additional Information - Welder 1 Shift: 2nd- Full Time Hours: 2nd shift – Monday - Thursday, 3:30pm- 2:00am Overtime on Fridays Pay Range: depending on experience $20.00-$23.76/hr + 7% night shift premium Work location: Wamego, KS *Welder bonus pays $500 after 60 days successful performance and an additional $500 after 6 months of successful performance in the Wamego facility* Relocation bonus pays after 30 days of successful performance* Final details Please frequently check the email associated with your application, including the junk/spam folder, as this is the primary correspondence method. If you wish to know the status of your application – please use the candidate log-in on our career website as it will reflect any updates to your status. This employer is not currently hiring foreign national applicants that require or will require sponsorship tied to a specific employer, such as H, L, TN, F, J, E, O. As a global company, Caterpillar offers many job opportunities outside of the U.S. which can be found through our employment website at www.Caterpillar.com/Careers . EEO/AA Employer. All qualified individuals - Including minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities - are encouraged to apply. Not ready to apply? Submit your information to our Talent Network here .

Required Skills:

1 year certificate from a college or technical school, or a combination of education and experience

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

$20.00-$23.00

Contact Person:

Vicki Morse

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 640-1599

Contact Email:

Vicki.Morse@cat.com

Employer Website:

caterpillar.com/wamego

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Employer:

Caterpillar

Employer Address:

400 Work Tools Dr

Employer City:

Wamego

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66547

Job Title:

Manufacturing Specialist

Job Description:

JOB DESCRIPTION: Manufacturing Specialist - 2nd Shift – Wamego, KS *NOW OFFERING NEW HIRE BONUS OF $500* Your Work Shapes the World Whether it be groundbreaking products, best in class solutions or creating a lifelong career, you can do the work that matters at Caterpillar. With a 95-year legacy of quality and innovation and 150 locations in countries around the world, your impact spans the globe. When you join Caterpillar, you are joining a team of makers, innovators and doers. We are the people who roll up our sleeves and do the work to build a better world. We don’t just talk about progress and innovation. We make it happen. And we are proud of that, because it helps our customers build and power the world we live in – the roads, hospitals, homes and infrastructure. Without a dedicated workforce Caterpillar could not effectively meet our customer’s needs. Join us. Description: As a Manufacturing Specialist at Caterpillar’s Wamego Kansas facility, you will perform a variety of processes using varied machines and/or hand tools.. Tasks include but not limited to cutting steel by using a numerical controlled (NC) machine, tracer, radiograph and hand torch, moving plates with a forklift or overhead crane, inventory lists, accurate recordkeeping, and various tasks in a fabrication environment. Possible Work Areas: Fabrication Paint Entry Level Welding Machinist Basic Qualifications: 3 to 6 months manufacturing work-related experience or training, or 1 year certificate from a college or technical school, or a combination of education and experience Ability to regularly lift and/or move up to 35 pounds Occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl Additional Information: 2nd Shift: fulltime- 3:30 pm to 2:00 am (Monday - Thursday) with a night shift premium of 7% of base pay Overtime on Friday Starting pay rate: $15.75 (plus an additional 7% nigh shift premium) *Manufacturing bonus pays $250 after 60 days successful performance and an additional $250 after 6 months of successful performance in the Wamego facility *Additional benefits include paid vacation days and paid holidays (prorated based upon hire date).* Employee Benefit Details: Our goal at Caterpillar is for you to have a rewarding career. Our teams are critical to the success of our customers who build a better world. * We offer a total rewards package that provides day one benefits (medical, dental, vision, RX, and 6% matching 401K). Final Details: Please frequently check the email associated with your application, including the junk/spam folder, as this is the primary correspondence method. If you wish to know the status of your application – please use the candidate log-in on our career website as it will reflect any updates to your status. This employer is not currently hiring foreign national applicants that require or will require sponsorship tied to a specific employer, such as H, L, TN, F, J, E, O. As a global company, Caterpillar offers many job opportunities outside of the U.S. which can be found through our employment website at www.Caterpillar.com/Careers . EEO/AA Employer. All qualified individuals - Including minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities - are encouraged to apply. Not ready to apply? Submit your information to our Talent Network here .

Required Skills:

3 to 6 months manufacturing work-related experience or training, or 1 year certificate from a college or technical school, or a combination of education and experience

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

15.75

Contact Person:

Vicki Morse

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 640-1599

Contact Email:

Vicki.Morse@cat.com

Employer Website:

caterpillar.com/wamego

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Employer:

Vintage Park at Hiawatha

Employer Address:

400 Kansas Ave.

Employer City:

Hiawatha

Employer State:

KS

Employer Zip:

66434

Job Title:

Part Time Cook

Job Description:

Pay up to$14.00 Vintage Park at Hiawatha seeks compassionate and caring individuals who are dedicated to supporting exceptional senior living experiences. Working at Vintage Park at Hiawatha means you are part of the family. Each day is an opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of those around you. Full-time benefits include: PTO (Paid Time Off) Daily Pay Holiday Pay Health/Dental Insurance 401K Life Insurance Short and long-term disability Referral Bonuses Tuition Reimbursement Employee Assistance Program Summary of Duties of the Cook The primary responsibility of the Cook is to provide wholesome, nutritious, and attractive food that is served at the appropriate temperature. The Cook reports to the Dining Services Director. Essential Functions of the Cook Prepare and serve all food items using high quality ingredients and appropriate garnishes. Use recipes and correct portion sizes to provide a consistent product while controlling costs. Record and monitor food temperatures during storage, preparation, cooking, and serving. Label, date, and properly store all foods. Monitor and record temperatures of all kitchen refrigerators and freezers daily. Control overproduction and waste of all food items. Comply with all state and local rules and regulations for a clean, safe, and sanitary kitchen. Responsible for washing and sanitizing food service equipment. Responsible for general cleaning of cook’s area, freezers, refrigerators, and storage areas. Follow established safety procedures while operating kitchen equipment. Responsible for storage of items received from vendors. Check inventory of needed supplies daily to ensure proper stock levels for the preparation of menu items. Mop and clean kitchen as needed. Removes garbage to dumpster as needed. Reports equipment and safety issues to the Food Service Director. Work as a team member to maintain a pleasant, effective work environment. Perform other duties as assigned. Non-Essential Functions of the Cook Supports and participates in the resident centered activity programs. Participates in projects or committees as assigned. Attends all associate meetings including in-service education and associate functions, as requested by supervisor. Assists in variety of tasks involving residents as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Experience High School Diploma or GED at a minimum. Minimum two years cooking experience preferably within the healthcare or hospitality field. Serv-Safe Certification preferred. Physical requirements include the ability to communicate by speaking, seeing, and hearing sufficient to serve the residents. Professional and neat appearance and presentation, adherence to the dress code, and good personal hygiene are expected. Must have excellent customer service and interpersonal skills to work with various levels of people, associates, and residents. Be free of communicable disease. Ability to read, write, and speak English. Ability to relate to residents and associates in a courteous and diplomatic manner under all circumstances. Completion of drug testing and criminal record background check upon hire and upon request of supervisor. Physical requirements include bending, standing, lifting, stooping, sitting, walking, stretching, and ability to lift/carry up to 40 pounds. Adhere to and carry out all policies and procedures.

Required Skills:

High School Diploma or GED at a minimum.

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

$14

Contact Person:

Heather Williams

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 742-4566

Contact Email:

hwilliams@vintageparkassistedliving.com

Employer Website:

 

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

06/28/2022

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Employer:

Vintage Park at Hiawatha

Employer Address:

400 Kansas Ave.

Employer City:

Hiawatha

Employer State:

KS

Employer Zip:

66434

Job Title:

CNA

Job Description:

Vintage Park at Hiawatha seeks compassionate and caring individuals who are dedicated to supporting exceptional senior living experiences. Working at Vintage Park at Hiawatha means you are part of the family. Each day is an opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of those around you. Summary of Duties of the Certified Nurse Assistant The primary responsibility of the Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) is to provide physical and psychosocial care to all residents in a manner that promotes dignity, choice, and individuality. The Certified Nurse Assistant reports to the shift supervisor as well as the Wellness Director. Essential Functions of the Certified Nurse Assistant Provides all necessary care and services to assigned residents and assists other wellness department associates as needed. Works collaboratively with peers and other team members. Provides assistance with activities of daily living such as with bathing, dressing, personal hygiene (includes: shaving, oral care, nail care, hair care, foot care), toileting, eating, and ambulation/mobility. Maintains professional demeanor at all times when interacting with residents and families. Reports any suspected or witnessed instances of verbal, mental, or physical abuse to licensed staff immediately. Utilizes safe transfer techniques when assisting residents with mobility. Washes residents’ laundry as needed. Understands and uses Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Standard Precautions, OSHA's Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens standard, and follows established infection control procedures, hazardous communication, and other safety rules. Documents provision of services on Company forms. Operates designated medical equipment, copy, scan, fax machines, and telephone. Escorts residents and coordinates internal transportation needs. Assists residents with personal correspondence/telephone use when requested. Observes and reports changes in residents’ physical condition and cognitive/emotional status to Wellness Director or supervisor, as needed. Conducts room checks and resident rounds. Monitors for environmental safety hazards. Respond to emergencies in a prompt and calm manner; Immediately reports such emergencies to the supervisor. Uses tactful, diplomatic communication techniques in potentially sensitive or emotionally charged situations. Follows-up with appropriate staff, residents, or other individuals regarding reported complaints, problems, and concerns. Non-Essential Functions of the Certified Nurse Assistant Participates in and supports the resident-centered activities program. Care for sensory enhancement devices such as eyeglasses and hearing aids. Completes housekeeping tasks such as bed-making, linen changes, vacuuming, emptying trash, and cleaning bathroom. Acts as an ambassador and public relations representative to guests and other off-campus visitors. Copies special paperwork and/or forms. Assists in a variety of tasks related to dining (escort residents to dining room, assist with set-up and clean tables, serve meals, bus tables, etc.). Demonstrates an appreciation of the heritage, values and wisdom of the residents, and an understanding of the aging process. Collaborates with associates in other departments to assure necessary care and services are provided. Participates in projects or committees as assigned. Performs related duties as assigned. Attends and participates in staff meetings and mandatory in-services. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Experience Ability to read, write, and speak in English. Must maintain certification for a Certified Nurse Aide. Satisfactory completion of the company Resident Assistant skills competency checklist. Be in good physical health and free of communicable diseases; Lifting, bending, and pushing medication cart about residence is required. Must be able to lift 40 pounds. Completion of drug testing and criminal background check upon hire and upon request of supervisor. Experience in Assisted Living preferred.

Required Skills:

Must maintain certification for a Certified Nurse Aide.$14-

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

$14-$16

Contact Person:

Heather Williams

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 742-4566

Contact Email:

hwilliams@vintageparkassistedliving.com

Employer Website:

 

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

06/27/2022

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Employer:

Vintage Park at Hiawatha

Employer Address:

400 Kansas Ave.

Employer City:

Hiawatha

Employer State:

Kansas (USA)

Employer Zip:

66434

Job Title:

CMA

Job Description:

Vintage Park at Hiawatha seeks compassionate and caring individuals who are dedicated to supporting exceptional senior living experiences. Working at Vintage Park at Hiawatha means you are part of the family. Each day is an opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of those around you. Summary of Duties of the Certified Medication Aide The primary responsibilities of the Certified Medication Aide (CMA) are to: 1) Administer or assist with the administration and/or supervision of medications to the residents in a safe, accurate, and timely manner (dependent on State regulations); and 2) Provide physical and psychosocial care to all residents in a manner that promotes dignity, choice, and individuality. The Certified Medication Aide position reports to the supervisor on duty as well as the Wellness Director. Essential Functions of the Certified Medication Aide Administers or assists with or supervises the administration of medications according to the physician order on the medication administration record (MAR). Documents medications administered on the MAR in accordance with Company policy; Checks MARs immediately after administration and prior to end of shift to ensure documentation is complete and accurate. Conducts change of shift report with oncoming/outgoing shift personnel. Maintains security of medication cart and narcotic keys during entire shift; Conducts narcotic count at the beginning and end of every shift in accordance with company policies and procedures. Provides assistance with activities of daily living such as with bathing, dressing, personal hygiene (includes shaving, oral care, nail care, hair care, foot care), toileting, eating, and ambulation/mobility. Works collaboratively with peers and other team members. Maintains professional demeanor at all times when interacting with residents and families. Reports any suspected or witnessed instances of verbal, mental, or physical abuse to licensed staff immediately. Utilizes safe transfer techniques when assisting residents with mobility. Observes and reports changes in residents’ physical condition and cognitive/emotional status to Wellness Director or charge nurse, as needed. Assists residents with swallowing difficulty with eating. Responds to emergencies in a prompt and calm manner; Immediately reports such emergencies to the charge nurse and /or Wellness Director. Understands and uses Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Standard Precautions, OSHA's Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens standard, and follows established infection control procedures, hazardous communication, and other safety rules. Ensures cleanliness of residents' rooms and promptly reports all violations of safety and sanitation rules to supervisor. Documents provision of services on company forms. Operates designated medical equipment, copy, scan, fax machines, and telephone. Non-Essential Functions of the Certified Medication Aide Provides all necessary care and services to assigned residents and assists other wellness associates as needed. Participates in and supports the resident-centered activities program. Cares for sensory enhancement devices such as eyeglasses and hearing aids. Completes housekeeping tasks such as bed-making, linen changes, vacuuming, emptying trash, and cleaning bathrooms. Washes residents’ laundry as needed. Escorts residents and coordinates internal transportation needs. Assists residents with personal correspondence/telephone use when requested. Conducts room checks and resident rounds. Monitors for environmental safety hazards. Assists in a variety of tasks related to dining (escort residents to dining room, assist with set-up and clean tables, serve meals, bus tables, etc.). Attends and participates in staff meetings and mandatory in-services. Uses tactful, diplomatic communication techniques in potentially sensitive or emotionally charged situations. Follows-up with appropriate staff, residents, or other individuals regarding reported complaints, problems, and concerns. Acts as an ambassador and public relations representative to guests and other visitors. Demonstrates an appreciation of the heritage, values and wisdom of the residents, and an understanding of the aging process. Collaborates with associates in other departments to assure necessary care and services are provided. Participates in projects or committees as assigned. Performs related duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Experience Satisfactory completion of state-required education/certificates/testing in relation to medication aides as well as the Company Medication Aide Skills Competency Checklist. Ability to read, write, and speak in English. Be in good physical health and free of communicable diseases; Lifting, bending, and pushing medication cart about residence is required. Must be able to lift 40 pounds. Completion of drug testing and criminal background check upon hire and upon request of supervisor. Experience in Assisted Living preferred.

Required Skills:

Satisfactory completion of state-required education/certificates/testing in relation to medication aides as well as the Company Medication Aide Skills Competency Checklist.

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

$16-$18

Contact Person:

Heather Williams

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 742-4566

Contact Email:

hwilliams@vintageparkassistedliving.com

Employer Website:

 

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

06/27/2022

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Employer:

Adams Land and Cattle

Employer Address:

327 S. First Ave.

Employer City:

Broken Bow

Employer State:

NE

Employer Zip:

68822

Job Title:

Agronomy and Farming Technician

Job Description:

We have an opportunity for a highly motivated and disciplined individual with an interest in agronomy to assist with all aspects of production farming near our operation in Broken Bow, Nebraska. This person will be responsible for: Performing general agronomy skills, including, but not limited to: field scouting for weeds, insects, disease, and nutritional issue, measuring plant populations, completing plant tissue analysis, and harvest maturity staging. Assisting with development of planting and irrigation prescriptions and schedules. Assisting with management of field trials. Gathering, compiling, analyzing, and interpreting crop production data to better understand crop needs and developing effective and efficient farming practices. Examining, researching, and solving problems related to crop management, yield, and quality. Interacting with suppliers, applicators, and agronomy laboratories. Remaining up to date on crop nutrition and production technologies. Completing planting, fertilizing/chemigation, herbicide/insecticide application, cultivating, irrigating, chopping, harvesting, haying, strip tilling and planting cover crops in a production farming setting. Operating GPS-controlled farming equipment. Completing preparatory dirt work, field maintenance, and improvement projects. Hauling silage. Spreading manure per outlined plan. Maintaining equipment and vehicles in a good state of repair to prevent unnecessary downtime by ensuring they are utilized, cleaned, greased, and washed properly. Ensuring preventative maintenance and repair work are completed in a timely fashion to prevent unnecessary downtime. Completing annual equipment rebuild schedule during winter months. Maintaining pond effluent pumps/infrastructure, completing effluent pipeline inspection and pumping of sludge, as required. Assisting with completing required inspections, logs and records, including, but not limited to corn/fertilizer/insecticide application, effluent pipeline inspections, effluent application, manure/effluent testing, sludge/pond levels, pond inspections, chemigation permits, irrigation water testing and bank inspections. Spraying and/or other seasonal activities. Communicating with all areas/departments. Respectfully collaborating with internal and external resources, as appropriate. Building and maintaining strong internal and external business relationships. Maintaining work areas in an organized, clean, and safe fashion. Identifying continuous improvement opportunities in work area. Completing other duties, as assigned. Recognizing that weather conditions may require constant change in activities and that cattle comfort is first and foremost regarding this activity. Supporting all efforts needed during storm recovery. Ideal candidate would possess the following qualifications: Commitment to safety and quality culture. Knowledgeable about corn crop productions, including all the variables involved such as soil and land management, nutrient and water needs, pest control and minimizing environmental impact. Strong research, decision making, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Awareness of industry trends, technology, and developments. Previous farming experience. Familiar with the day-to-day crop production operations. Mechanical interest and aptitude with a knowledge of general mechanics. Pivot irrigation experience preferred. Experience with GPS-controlled equipment preferred. Driven, organized, action-orientated, analytical, and ability to multi-task. High attention to detail. Team-oriented. Strong communication and customer service skills. Proven professional communication, presentation, persuasion, and customer service skills. This position requires: A valid drivers license. Exerting 50-100 pounds of force occasionally, 25-50 pounds of force frequently and 10-20 pounds of force constantly. Standing, sitting, walking, carrying, and lifting/lowering frequently; pushing/pulling, bending, twisting, climbing, reaching/handling/grasping, and kneeling/crouching occasionally; crawling and stairs rarely. Individual must be able to work in adverse weather conditions.

Required Skills:

*See Job Description

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Liz Babcock

Contact Phone Number:

(308) 872-6494

Contact Email:

careers@adamslandandcattle.com

Employer Website:

adamslandandcattle.com

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

 

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

09/30/2022

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Employer:

Adams Land and Cattle

Employer Address:

327 S. 1st Ave.

Employer City:

Broken Bow

Employer State:

Nebraska

Employer Zip:

68822

Job Title:

Farming Technician

Job Description:

We have an opportunity for a highly motivated and disciplined individual to assist with all aspects of production farming near our operation in Broken Bow, Nebraska. This person will be responsible for: Completing planting, fertilizing/chemigation, herbicide/insecticide application, cultivating, irrigating, chopping, harvesting, haying, strip tilling, and planting cover crops in a production farming setting. Operating GPS-controlled farming equipment. Completing preparatory dirt work, field maintenance, and improvement projects. Completing annual equipment rebuild schedule during winter months. Hauling silage. Spreading manure per outlined plan. Supporting agronomy processes including performing soil sampling and moisture checking. Maintaining equipment and vehicles in a good state of repair to prevent unnecessary downtime by ensuring they are utilized, cleaned, greased, and washed properly. Ensuring preventative maintenance and repair work are completed in a timely fashion to prevent unnecessary downtime. Assisting with completing required inspections, logs and records, including, but not limited to corn/fertilizer/insecticide application, effluent pipeline inspections, effluent application, manure/effluent testing, sludge/pond levels, pond inspections, chemigation permits, irrigation water testing, and bank inspections. Maintaining pond effluent pumps/infrastructure, completing effluent pipeline inspection, and pumping of sludge, as required. Spraying and/or other seasonal activities. Communicating with all areas/departments. Respectfully collaborating with internal and external resources, as appropriate. Building and maintaining strong internal and external business relationships. Maintaining work areas in an organized, clean, and safe fashion. Identifying continuous improvement opportunities in work area. Completing other duties, as assigned. Recognizing that weather conditions may require a constant change in activities and that cattle comfort is first and foremost regarding this activity. Supporting any and all efforts needed during storm recovery. Ideal candidate would possess the following qualifications: Commitment to safety and quality culture. Previous farming experience. Familiar with the day-to-day crop production operations. Mechanical interest and aptitude with a knowledge of general mechanics. Pivot irrigation experience preferred. Experience with GPS-controlled equipment preferred. Ability to use analytical techniques for problem solving, coordination, and decision making. Driven, organized, action-orientated, analytical, and ability to multi-task. High attention to detail. Individual must be team-oriented. Strong communication and customer service skills.

Required Skills:

A valid drivers license. Exerting 50-100 pounds of force occasionally, 25-50 pounds of force frequently, and 10-20 pounds of force constantly. Standing, sitting, walking, carrying, and lifting/lowering frequently; pushing/pulling, bending, twisting, climbing, reaching/handling/grasping, and kneeling/crouching occasionally; crawling and stairs rarely. Individual must be able to work in adverse weather conditions.

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Liz Babcock

Contact Phone Number:

 

Contact Email:

careers@adamslandandcattle.com

Employer Website:

www.adamslandandcattle.com

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

06/28/2022

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

09/28/2022

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Employer:

United Rentals INC.

Employer Address:

9154 Woodend Rd

Employer City:

Edwardsville

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66111

Job Title:

Tool Trailer Coordinator

Job Description:

As a Tool Trailer Coordinator at United Rentals, you will be responsible for managing the daily operations of an on-site tool trailer and tool rooms. You’ll be in charge of issuing tools to customers and inspecting returns. You will also perform visual safety inspections of all tooling, properly maintain fleet and consumable levels with the operation, utilize and create reporting mechanisms as needed. If you would enjoy the advantage of selling for the world's largest equipment rental provider, consider a future with United Rentals. Excellence in this challenging and rewarding position will allow for learning and advancement into higher levels of sales and management roles. Additional duties include the following: Act as primary contact for customer Responsible for marking/entering tools in Total Control system Assist in mobilization and setup of the trailer at the customer’s site Maintain a clean and presentable trailer Provide regular communication with customers to maintain sufficient supply of tool quantities in conjunction with manager Other duties assigned as needed

Required Skills:

High school diploma Valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record Tool and tool application knowledge Preferred 3+ months of inside sales or onsite plant/construction experience with a strong desire to learn Must be self sufficient Team player and possess strong interpersonal skills Strong communication and customer service skills Basic computer skills and the ability to acquire industrial facility credentials is desirable 75% travel is required as needed

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

19-24/hr

Contact Person:

Kate Guth

Contact Phone Number:

(208) 477-9907

Contact Email:

kguth@ur.com

Employer Website:

unitedrentals.com

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Employer:

Kings Construction Co. Inc.

Employer Address:

205 Walnut St

Employer City:

Oskaloosa

Employer State:

KS

Employer Zip:

66066

Job Title:

Concrete Laborer

Job Description:

Job Overview: • Interpret blueprints and read survey stakes with a view to establishing appropriate grades. • Build, erect, and align forms for various concrete layouts/structures. • Bend, form, tie, and install rebar, wire mesh and other concrete reinforcement materials. • Spread, level, and smooth concrete by using rakes, shovels, and trowels. • Fine finish concrete surfaces by use of troweling, floating, and brushing activities. • Utilize both hand tools and power tools to perform concrete handling and operations activities. • Clean and maintains tools, jobsite, trucks and equipment. • Perform job in accordance with Kings Construction and OSHA Safety Standards

Required Skills:

Requirements: • 1+ years of concrete or skilled labor experience preferred • Knowledge of standard construction equipment and materials • Self-motivated with a positive and productive attitude • Ability to lift 50 pounds • Reliable transportation • Must pass a drug test and physical capacity test

Starting Salary:

 

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Alyssa Newell

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 863-2534

Contact Email:

alyssa@kings-const.com

Employer Website:

www.kings-const.com

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

 

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

 

Job Details:

Kings Construction is a family-owned and operated heavy construction contractor located in Oskaloosa, Kansas focusing on Federal, State, and local government heavy grading contracts as well as meeting the needs of our agricultural community. We pride ourselves in our commitment to safety, family, and community. Currently we employ a range of 75-90 full-time employees and are seeking full-time Concrete Laborers/Finishers. Kings Construction Co., Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Race/Religion/Sexual Orientation/Gender/Age/National Origin/Veteran/Disabled/Gender/Gender Identity

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Employer:

Northeast Kansas Coordinated Transit District #3

Employer Address:

1803 Oregon Street

Employer City:

Hiawatha

Employer State:

Kansas

Employer Zip:

66434

Job Title:

Mobility Manager

Job Description:

Responsible for working with local public transit and planning agencies as well as human service agencies to coordinate transportation services to improve overall mobility for the general public, with an emphasis on the elderly, low-income persons, and/or persons with disabilities. This position will focus on the movement of people rather than vehicles to ensure choices for the consumer. The mobility manager is responsible to improve business and community support for the transportation organizations. It will require the development and distribution of information that explains how to utilize the available resources in meeting the diverse travel needs of the market it serves. This position serves the entire CTD #3 area, including the following counties: Atchison, Brown, Doniphan, Jackson, Jefferson, Leavenworth and Nemaha.

Required Skills:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in (related field high school graduate or equivalent): o Public Administration o Urban Planning o Social Services o Business A combination of education, training and years of experience that results in demonstrated competency to perform the work may be substituted. Ability to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously Valid driver’s license and access to an insured vehicle for work-related travel PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Thorough knowledge of advanced techniques in spreadsheet (Excel), database (Access), word processing (Word), presentation (PowerPoint), and transportation software Knowledge of website development and social media

Starting Salary:

$36,000

Hourly Rate:

 

Contact Person:

Justina Cockerham

Contact Phone Number:

(785) 742-7153

Contact Email:

justina.cockerham@nekaaa.org

Employer Website:

 

Date Position Opens (if applicable):

 

Deadline to Apply (if applicable):

 

Job Details:

Develop goals and objectives for sustainability and growth of the Mobility Manager program Researches, develops and writes grant applications for future funding Identify and research corporate, foundation, and government sources of funding for matching funds and new or ongoing programs Cultivate multi-agency partnerships that can reduce costs through efficient and effective transportation coordination Research and assess needs and demands of users, funding, regulatory processes that encourage participation Investigate the feasibility and eligibility requirements of volunteer driver programs and a one-call center for transportation Develop and implement a travel training program Identify possible barriers for transportation to and from jobs and employment support services for individuals including individuals with disabilities in rural areas. Develop solutions to remove these barriers Develop potential for future expansion of transit options across municipal boundaries Lead in the design of operational functions that are nontraditional in service delivery Develop new ways to remove barriers for transportation to and from jobs and employment support services for individuals with disabilities, especially in rural areas Coordinate quarterly CTD meetings and provide progress reports to the CTD membership Perform other related duties as assigned by the CTD Guiding development of opportunities identified in the CTD’s coordinated plan and KDOT’s Statewide Business Model: https://www.ksdot.org/burTransPlan/pubtrans/index.asp

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