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  • Nursing Home Administrator

    Wisner Care Center is a 38-bed skilled nursing facility with a 16-bed assisted living wing. It is a city-owned facility, located 25 miles east of Norfolk and 16 miles west of West Point, NE. The City of Wisner is looking for an experienced administrator who will be actively involved in managing the daily operations of this 5-star facility. The administrator will oversee ensuring that the residents continue to receive quality care, that a good working environment is maintained for the employees, and that the overall quality of the facility is not compromised. First review of applications April 3, 2019. Position open until filled.

    A letter of interest, resume, and 3 verifiable references should be sent to:

    Care Center Administrator Search
    Attn: City Administrator
    P. O. Box 367
    Wisner, NE. 68791
    Or by e-mail to

    The City of Wisner is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    Posted March 19, 2019

  • Journeyman Lineman

    City of Hebron, Nebraska has an immediate opening for a Journeyman Lineman. The City of Hebron (population 1501) is located in Southeast Nebraska. Under the direction of the City Administrator, the Journeyman Lineman is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the City’s distribution system including overhead and underground. The successful candidate will have graduated from an accredited utility line school and have completed an accredited Journeyman Lineman apprenticeship program. Experience in metering, transformer configurations, and general construction is required. The ability to obtain a CDL is a must. The position will be required to participate in the on-call rotation and be willing to assist other departments of the municipality as needed. The position will remain open until filled. The City of Hebron is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications may be requested by email at or by calling City Hall at 402 768 6322. The City of Hebron provides excellent pay, benefits, and maintains a positive working environment. Position to remain open until filled.

    Posted March 7, 2019

  • Police Captain

    City of Hastings,, is accepting applications for the position of Police Captain. This inspirational leader will direct the activities of a specific division, be responsible for administrative and supervisory duties for the Police Department, and provide highly complex administrative support to the Police Chief. The Police Captain may act for the Chief during the Chief’s absence. The City of Hastings police department consists of 39 sworn positions, 4 full-time civilian, and 5 part-time civilian positions.
    Typical tasks include:
     Manage and supervise the activities of sworn and non-sworn personnel.
     Manage and participate in the development and implementation of goals, policies, and procedures.
     Train, motivate, and evaluate personnel.
     Participate in the development and administration of the departmental budget, and monitor expenditures.
     Respond to citizen inquiries and resolve difficult and sensitive complaints.
     Work productively and cooperatively with other departments, agencies, groups, and individuals.
    See job description for complete listing.
    Annual salary range is $66,044 – $92,000 in addition to an excellent benefit package. This is a FLSA exempt position that is subject to recall. Police Captains are on call for a 24-hour command staff response for an assigned division. The on-call responsibility may be rotated with other staff as approved by the Police Chief.
    Requirements include: ability to prioritize and efficiently manage multiple assignments; unquestioned integrity and ethics; thorough knowledge of modern law enforcement principles, procedures, techniques, and equipment; and thorough knowledge of applicable laws, ordinances, and department rules and regulations.
     A high school diploma or equivalent.
     Seven years of municipal police department experience, with five years at the rank of sergeant or higher. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university may substitute for two of the five-year requirement as a sergeant.
     Valid Driver’s License.
     Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification as required from the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center within one year of date of hire either by graduation or reciprocity. See for certification information.
     Ability to meet position physical standards and essential tasks as outlined in the State of Nebraska, Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center, Basic Law Enforcement Tasks:
     Must reside within 30 miles of duty station, per Google maps.
    Applicants who demonstrate they meet the minimum requirements may be subject to an extensive selection process including, but not limited to, video test, oral test, evaluation of training and experience, polygraph test, psychological evaluation, background investigation, controlled substance test, and physical capacity test.
    City of Hastings Police Captain Application including supplemental questionnaire due by 5:00 pm, CST April 8, 2019. Application at and in Human Resources, 1228 N. Denver Ave, Hastings, NE 68901. Contact Kim Woolery, or 402-461-2313 with questions.:
    EOE/M/F/D/Drug & Alcohol Free Workplace/E-verify Participant/This position is subject to veteran's preference per Neb. statute 48-225 thru 48-227

    Posted march 12, 2019

  • Street Department Laborer

    The City of Ord is seeking applications for a full-time street laborer. The applicant must be able to perform a variety of general maintenance work and operate equipment required for construction, operation, repair and maintenance of the City’s street system. This person will be required to work with other city departments when needed. Drug testing and a valid Nebraska’s Driver’s License is required. The City of Ord offers an excellent benefit package. Applications may be obtained at the Ord City Office, 201 S. 17th Street, Ord, NE 68862 or by calling 308-728-5791. Applications are due by April 15, 2019. EOE

    Posted March 5, 2018

  • Wastewater Treatment Superintendent

    City of Hastings, Neb., (pop. 25,000) is accepting applications for a full-time Wastewater Treatment Superintendent. This position Performs technical and supervisory work involving all aspects of the local wastewater treatment facility and Maxon Avenue pump station. Ensures quality of department work and compliance with all local, state and federal rules, regulations and codes. Work is regularly performed on a day shift, but may be called upon at other times of an emergency nature or as otherwise required.
    (See job posting at for complete job description.)
     Any combination of education, training and experience equivalent to 10 years of experience in wastewater treatment plant operations or equivalent experience.
     Grade IV Nebraska Wastewater Operator’s license or equivalent as required by law.
     Valid driver’s license.
     Must resided within 30 minutes, per Google maps, of duty station.
     Three years or greater of supervisory experience is preferred.
    Salary range for this position is $63,410 - $89,539 per year in addition to an excellent benefit package.
    Interested candidates must submit a City of Hastings Wastewater Superintendent Application available at in Human Resources, 1228 N. Denver Ave, Hastings, NE 68901. Position is open until filled.
    Please direct questions to Kim Woolery,, 402-461-2313.
    EOE/M/F/D/Drug & Alcohol Free Workplace/E-verify Participant/ This position is subject to veteran's preference per Neb. statute 48-225 thru 48-227.

    Posted March 6, 2019

  • Deputy Village Clerk

    Full Time – Deputy Village Clerk
    Village of Waterloo seeks a Full Time Deputy Village Clerk. Individual responsibilities would include a wide variety of clerical and receptionist tasks that involve working with the public; using the utility billing system including computing, sending bills and making deposits; payroll; general ledger, accounts payable, and assist in office procedures and operations. Must have a working knowledge and experience in computer software, spreadsheets and word processing. Good communication skills and strong sense of teamwork are required. Wages negotiable depending upon qualifications. Applications available at Village of Waterloo Town Hall, 509 S Front Street, Waterloo, NE 68069 or For more information, contact Melissa at 402-779-2292 or Applications with resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.
    The Village of Waterloo is an EOE.

    Posted Feb. 28, 2019

  • Utilities Superintendent/Maintenance Person

    The Village of Snyder has an immediate opening for a Utilities Superintendent/Maintenance Person. Must be able to effectively manage time under minimal supervision and work well with the public. Duties include, but are not limited to, water and sewer testing and maintenance, snow removal and mowing. Qualifications: Valid driver's license, knowledge of operating and maintaining equipment, able to become certified in water and wastewater within six months, live within 20 miles of the city limits. Wages commensurate with experience. Applications may be obtained from the Village Clerk's office during the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., or write to PO Box 247, Snyder, NE 68664-0247 (402-568-2306) Position open until filled. EOE

    Posted Feb. 19, 2019

  • Utility Superintendent

    City of Yutan has an opening for the full-time position of Utility Superintendent.
    Full-time person to perform duties in the operation and maintenance of the streets, sewer and water system, storm drainage, parks, city equipment, public buildings, and other tasks as assigned for the City of Yutan, an EOE employer. Candidate must be in good physical condition and possess a valid Nebraska driver’s license with a clean driving record. State Certification as a Grade 4 Water Operator and Grade 1 Lagoon Wastewater Operator are required. Competitive pay based on experience and certification. Job description and applications are available at the City of Yutan’s office: 112 Vine Street, Yutan, NE 68073. (402) 625-2112 or the City’s website at
    Inquiries and resumes may be sent to:
    Cole Bockelmann
    City Administrator
    P.O. Box 215
    Yutan, NE 68073
    Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Drug testing is required.

    Posted Feb. 28, 2019

  • Chief of Police

    The City of Wisner, located 25 miles east of Norfolk in Northeast Nebraska, is accepting applications from individuals for its Chief of Police position.

    Minimum requirements: Must be a U.S. Citizen, 21 years of age or older, a valid Driver’s License, and must be of good moral character with no felonies, domestic assault, or serious misdemeanor convictions. and an ability to work cooperatively with other agencies and city personnel. Prior administrative, management, or supervisory experience is preferred. Beginning salary range of $45,000-$52,000 DOE, plus a competitive benefits package.

    Please submit cover letter, resume, a minimum of 3 references, and City of Wisner application to: City of Wisner, P. O. Box 367, 1111 Avenue E, Wisner, NE. 68791.

    Applications may be requested from the City of Wisner, 1111 Avenue E, Wisner, Nebraska 68791, by calling 402-529-6616, or by email at .

    The position will remain open until filled. First review of applications to occur after March 11, 2019.

    The City of Wisner is an equal opportunity employer.
    Contact Person: Chad Dixon - Mayor
    Open Date: February 27, 2019

    Posted: February 27, 2019

  • Electrical Lineman Apprentice/ Journeyman

    The City of Neligh is accepting applications for the Electrical Department. The job is a full time position and includes but is not limited to working with high voltage electricity, operating bucket trucks and digger derricks, trencher, dump truck, loader and backhoe. Must have a Class B CDL or be willing to obtain within 3 months. The City will require on call rotation and the physical ability to work for extended periods in all types of weather conditions. Applicants must be willing to learn the operation of the electrical generation units and apparatus. Knowledge of electric generation would be beneficial. The City also requires the applicant to be willing to work in other departments if necessary. Wages are dependent upon qualifications and prior experience. The City has an excellent benefit package with health and life insurance, retirement, vacation, sick and personal leave and paid holidays. The successful applicant must pass a pre-employment drug test. Position open until filled. Applications may be picked up at the City office at 202 Main Street or sent electronically by emailing . With questions call the City office at 402-887-4066. The City of Neligh is an EOE.

    Posted Feb. 27, 2019

  • City Administrator

    City of Grant, Nebraska is seeking a City Administrator. Grant is a second class city with a population of 1,165 and is located in western Nebraska. Our community is a short distance from Interstate 80 which is 18 miles north of Grant, and has well maintained highways to gain access to our community. Our community has an outstanding health care facility, a business district that wants to see continued growth, and an excellent school system. If you like the outdoors the community has a golf course, a beautiful park with amenities for all ages, and we are also only a short distance away from Nebraska’s largest lake, Lake McConaughy, (within 25 miles). The City of Grant is looking for an individual to fill the City Superintendent position, which is an administrative position to coordinate and meet the goals and objectives established by the Council, various boards and committees.
    A Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration or a related field is preferred but not required. Strong knowledge of governmental accounting, budgeting, planning and management required. Excellent benefit package. Salary is negotiable; based on experience and qualifications.
    Submit a cover letter, resume, a list of three professional references with contact information to the following address:
    City of Grant
    PO Box 614
    Grant, NE 69140
    (308) 352-2100

    A job description and additional information are available by contacting City Clerk Jessie Faber at the above telephone number or email. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Grant is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Posted Feb. 21, 2018

  • Street Superintendent

    City of Norfolk. Under direction of the Public Works Director, coordinates and manages Street Division activities. Serves as the Division leader and is responsible for development and implementation of an effective strategic plan. Oversees the planning and utilization of the Division’s personnel, including hiring, training, and evaluation of staff. Responsible for the maintenance and repair of streets, bridges, storm sewers and drainage channels, as well as maintenance of the right-of-way including mowing, tree care, and landscape maintenance. Supervises the street supervisor, shop supervisor and Street Division secretary. Knowledge of materials, methods, machinery and equipment used in street, right-of-way and drainage maintenance. Ability to prepare bid specifications for equipment purchases and division maintenance projects. Oversees operation and maintenance of traffic signals to ensure smooth flow of traffic. Assists in budget preparation and implementation, as well as preparation of the One & Six Year Capital Improvement Plan and files annual report with the State Board of Classification and Standards. Must have valid CDL and Nebraska Driver’s License; ability to operate every piece of equipment and tool associated with street maintenance including street sweeper, dump trucks, loaders, etc.; capable of working in adverse weather conditions; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and the public; ability to supervise and prepare written evaluations of personnel. Salary $60,228 - $83,940/yr. Excellent fringe benefit package. This position is subject to Veteran’s preference. For more information, contact Sheila Schukei at 402-844-2010. Applications available at Human Resource Office, 309 N 5th Street, Norfolk, NE or online at First review of applications beginning April 1, 2019. Open until filled. The City of Norfolk does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, reli¬gion, age, or disability in employment or the provision of services.

    Posted Feb. 27, 2019

  • Economic Development Director

    Wakefield Progressive, Inc. is seeking a creative thinker with a pleasant personality to serve as the Economic Development Director Wakefield and the surrounding area. Candidates should have experience in the economic field or a strong knowledge of business practices. The salary range is $40k to $50k depending on experience. Interested parties should send their resumes to: Bank First, Attention: Jon McQuistan, PO Box 180, Wakefield, NE 68784 or by email to:

    Posted Feb. 19, 2019

  • Building Official

    The City of Mission, Kansas is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Building Official. This is a newly created position within the City’s Community Development Department that will be responsible for heading-up the Building Safety Services division of the department. This position will be responsible for plan review and inspection of new construction, renovations, and additions for all building types, as well as overall enforcement of the City’s building and zoning codes.
    The City of Mission offers a comprehensive total compensation package including competitive wages, exceptional benefit package, paid leave time, and retirement options. Starting salary range is $62,974 to $91,313 DOQ. For a full position description, please visit Submit cover letter, and resume to . No phone calls please.
    Position is open until filled. Review of applications begins Feb. 18, 2019. EOE

    Posted Feb. 12, 2019