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Probation Supervisor - District 9 - Grand Island/Kearney
Deadline: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 | Salary: $3,976.69 - $4,845.21/month
Connie Hultine 308-385-6216

Under limited supervision, this position is responsible for coordinating, directing, and supervising daily activities and employees within a specialized unit, district field service division or satellite office.  This position retains and exercises general probation officer duties and responsibilities, however, the position entails specifically assigned administrative tasks tailored to fit the needs of a particular district and/or the needs of the Chief Probation Officer. The work is performed under the direction of the Chief Probation Officer or Chief Deputy Probation Officer and involves direct supervisory responsibility over the work product and activities of a defined group of employees. 

This position assumes the responsibility for the daily operation of a specialized unit;  plans, organizes, assigns, and directs the work activities of staff within the specialized unit; trains staff in practices, policies and procedures associated with the supervision and investigation of offenders, and monitor their compliance with System standards; consults with the Chief Probation Officer and/or Chief Deputy Probation Officer regarding the specific needs of the specialized unit; conducts predisposition reports and/or supervises an active caseload in accordance with System standards; assists the Chief Probation Officer or Chief Deputy Probation Officer in completing case file reviews; possesses the ability to cultivate a good working relationship with the court system and other criminal justice agencies; willingness to learn and perform administrative tasks; desires to grow professionally through in-service education, seminars, training programs, etc.

Graduation from a four year accredited college or university with major course work in criminal justice, psychology, sociology, social work, or related field plus experience in the mental health, substance abuse or correctional field, including some supervision of employee experience.

The ability to speak Spanish is desired but not required.

Please visit www.statejobs.ne.gov to fill out the State application. The State of Nebraska complies with Nebraska’s Veterans Preference Laws.

 

Associate Public Guardian - - Papillion
Deadline: Friday, May 29, 2015 | Salary: $3,542.00 - $4,316.00/month

Location: Papillion  (service area includes the counties of Cass, Johnson, Nemaha, Otoe, Pawnee, Sarpy, Richardson)                                  

The Administrative Office of the Courts is accepting applications for three (3) Associate Public Guardians. These are responsible positions that will serve as public guardians to qualifying minors and adult individuals whose disabilities and functional capabilities hinder day-to-day management of personal affairs and/or management of financial matters. The Associate Public Guardians will also recruit substitute private guardians and provide education and information to support family and private guardians.  Responsibilities include:  assisting in expediting benefits to entitled eligible individuals; conducting intake interviews and providing counseling to a caseload of clients; investigating the financial, psychological, family and social histories of referred individuals; arranging for client services and housing; conducting home and facility visits and inspections; assuring care and treatment best-suited to the  clients’ interests; recommending action based on informed consent for medical, surgical and hospitalization; and all other responsibilities as required by the type of guardianship identified.  Will work with various private and public organizations for the purpose of developing local treatment resources.  Responsible for estate management and sound personal and financial management to ensure the most appropriate level and highest quality of care of person and property.  Will prepare comprehensive personal and financial court reports, maintain case records, ensure clients’ bills are paid; attend court hearings as appropriate; and collect data and statistics as required. Extensive independent travel may be required.

The successful candidates will have  working knowledge of the Office of Public Guardian statutory requirements along with the ability to read and understand documents used in financial and estate management and in real property transactions, in addition to working knowledge of community systems and services and the appropriate utilization for referral and placement of minors, the elderly, people with mental illness, and individuals with developmental disabilities.  The Associate Public Guardians must have the ability to coordinate guardianship/conservatorship case management efforts with other public and/or non-profit agencies involved in client cases and the ability to prepare clear, concise written communications and comprehensive office and court reports and maintain complete and accurate case information and case records.

Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with a focus on social work, counseling, psychology, gerontology, related behavioral science, or client support business services and at least two years’ experience in a discipline pertinent to the provision of guardianship and conservatorship services which must include decision-making judgment for the benefit of others in the area of legal, guidance and counseling, healthcare, probation and parole, public administration with a focus on developmental disabilities, and/or persons with disruptive behaviors. Equivalent education or experience will be considered.

Preferred Qualifications:  J.D. or Ph.D.; or Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Gerontology or related behavioral science or equivalent advanced degree which includes a supervised field placement providing social casework or counseling services to elderly, vulnerable or dependent adults, minors and their families.

Other Qualifications:    No felony conviction or misdemeanor conviction involving moral turpitude.  Possess a valid Motor Vehicle Operator’s license or alternate means of transportation.  Excellent credit history; highest personal and professional references that would support a court finding of suitability to qualify for appointment as a guardian and conservator. Individuals chosen for these positions will be subject to an extensive background check.

Beginning salary is $3,542 to $4,316 per month with excellent benefits.  All applications must be received by May 29, 2015.

Associate Public Guardian - - Omaha
Deadline: Friday, May 29, 2015 | Salary: $3,542.00 - $4,316.00/month

Location: Omaha  (service area includes the counties of Butler, Colfax, Dodge, Douglas*, and Saunders)   * indicates county shared between Associate Guardians.

The Administrative Office of the Courts is accepting applications for three (3) Associate Public Guardians. These are responsible positions that will serve as public guardians to qualifying minors and adult individuals whose disabilities and functional capabilities hinder day-to-day management of personal affairs and/or management of financial matters. The Associate Public Guardians will also recruit substitute private guardians and provide education and information to support family and private guardians.  Responsibilities include:  assisting in expediting benefits to entitled eligible individuals; conducting intake interviews and providing counseling to a caseload of clients; investigating the financial, psychological, family and social histories of referred individuals; arranging for client services and housing; conducting home and facility visits and inspections; assuring care and treatment best-suited to the  clients’ interests; recommending action based on informed consent for medical, surgical and hospitalization; and all other responsibilities as required by the type of guardianship identified.  Will work with various private and public organizations for the purpose of developing local treatment resources.  Responsible for estate management and sound personal and financial management to ensure the most appropriate level and highest quality of care of person and property.  Will prepare comprehensive personal and financial court reports, maintain case records, ensure clients’ bills are paid; attend court hearings as appropriate; and collect data and statistics as required. Extensive independent travel may be required.

The successful candidates will have  working knowledge of the Office of Public Guardian statutory requirements along with the ability to read and understand documents used in financial and estate management and in real property transactions, in addition to working knowledge of community systems and services and the appropriate utilization for referral and placement of minors, the elderly, people with mental illness, and individuals with developmental disabilities.  The Associate Public Guardians must have the ability to coordinate guardianship/conservatorship case management efforts with other public and/or non-profit agencies involved in client cases and the ability to prepare clear, concise written communications and comprehensive office and court reports and maintain complete and accurate case information and case records.

Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with a focus on social work, counseling, psychology, gerontology, related behavioral science, or client support business services and at least two years’ experience in a discipline pertinent to the provision of guardianship and conservatorship services which must include decision-making judgment for the benefit of others in the area of legal, guidance and counseling, healthcare, probation and parole, public administration with a focus on developmental disabilities, and/or persons with disruptive behaviors. Equivalent education or experience will be considered.

Preferred Qualifications:  J.D. or Ph.D.; or Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Gerontology or related behavioral science or equivalent advanced degree which includes a supervised field placement providing social casework or counseling services to elderly, vulnerable or dependent adults, minors and their families.

Other Qualifications:    No felony conviction or misdemeanor conviction involving moral turpitude.  Possess a valid Motor Vehicle Operator’s license or alternate means of transportation.  Excellent credit history; highest personal and professional references that would support a court finding of suitability to qualify for appointment as a guardian and conservator. Individuals chosen for these positions will be subject to an extensive background check.

Beginning salary is $3,542 to $4,316 per month with excellent benefits.  All applications must be received by May 29, 2015.

Associate Public Guardian - - Omaha
Deadline: Friday, May 29, 2015 | Salary: $3,542.00 - $4,316.00/month

Location: Omaha  (service area includes the counties of Burt, Cuming, Dakota, Douglas*, Thurston and Washington)       * indicates county shared between Associate Guardians.     

The Administrative Office of the Courts is accepting applications for three (3) Associate Public Guardians. These are responsible positions that will serve as public guardians to qualifying minors and adult individuals whose disabilities and functional capabilities hinder day-to-day management of personal affairs and/or management of financial matters. The Associate Public Guardians will also recruit substitute private guardians and provide education and information to support family and private guardians.  Responsibilities include:  assisting in expediting benefits to entitled eligible individuals; conducting intake interviews and providing counseling to a caseload of clients; investigating the financial, psychological, family and social histories of referred individuals; arranging for client services and housing; conducting home and facility visits and inspections; assuring care and treatment best-suited to the  clients’ interests; recommending action based on informed consent for medical, surgical and hospitalization; and all other responsibilities as required by the type of guardianship identified.  Will work with various private and public organizations for the purpose of developing local treatment resources.  Responsible for estate management and sound personal and financial management to ensure the most appropriate level and highest quality of care of person and property.  Will prepare comprehensive personal and financial court reports, maintain case records, ensure clients’ bills are paid; attend court hearings as appropriate; and collect data and statistics as required. Extensive independent travel may be required.

The successful candidates will have  working knowledge of the Office of Public Guardian statutory requirements along with the ability to read and understand documents used in financial and estate management and in real property transactions, in addition to working knowledge of community systems and services and the appropriate utilization for referral and placement of minors, the elderly, people with mental illness, and individuals with developmental disabilities.  The Associate Public Guardians must have the ability to coordinate guardianship/conservatorship case management efforts with other public and/or non-profit agencies involved in client cases and the ability to prepare clear, concise written communications and comprehensive office and court reports and maintain complete and accurate case information and case records.

Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with a focus on social work, counseling, psychology, gerontology, related behavioral science, or client support business services and at least two years’ experience in a discipline pertinent to the provision of guardianship and conservatorship services which must include decision-making judgment for the benefit of others in the area of legal, guidance and counseling, healthcare, probation and parole, public administration with a focus on developmental disabilities, and/or persons with disruptive behaviors. Equivalent education or experience will be considered.

Preferred Qualifications:  J.D. or Ph.D.; or Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Gerontology or related behavioral science or equivalent advanced degree which includes a supervised field placement providing social casework or counseling services to elderly, vulnerable or dependent adults, minors and their families.

Other Qualifications:    No felony conviction or misdemeanor conviction involving moral turpitude.  Possess a valid Motor Vehicle Operator’s license or alternate means of transportation.  Excellent credit history; highest personal and professional references that would support a court finding of suitability to qualify for appointment as a guardian and conservator. Individuals chosen for these positions will be subject to an extensive background check.

Beginning salary is $3,542 to $4,316 per month with excellent benefits.  All applications must be received by May 29, 2015.

Associate Public Guardian - - Grand Island
Deadline: Monday, June 1, 2015 | Salary: $3,542.00 - $4,316.00/month

Location: Grand Island  (service area includes the counties of Adams, Clay, Fillmore, Greeley, Hall*, Hamilton, Howard, Nance, Merrick, Nuckolls, Polk, Thayer, Webster, Wheeler and York)  * indicates county shared between Associate Guardians.

The Administrative Office of the Courts is accepting applications for two (2) Associate Public Guardians. These are responsible positions that will serve as public guardians to qualifying minors and adult individuals whose disabilities and functional capabilities hinder day-to-day management of personal affairs and/or management of financial matters. The Associate Public Guardians will also recruit substitute private guardians and provide education and information to support family and private guardians.  Responsibilities include:  assisting in expediting benefits to entitled eligible individuals; conducting intake interviews and providing counseling to a caseload of clients; investigating the financial, psychological, family and social histories of referred individuals; arranging for client services and housing; conducting home and facility visits and inspections; assuring care and treatment best-suited to the  clients’ interests; recommending action based on informed consent for medical, surgical and hospitalization; and all other responsibilities as required by the type of guardianship identified.  Will work with various private and public organizations for the purpose of developing local treatment resources.  Responsible for estate management and sound personal and financial management to ensure the most appropriate level and highest quality of care of person and property.  Will prepare comprehensive personal and financial court reports, maintain case records, ensure clients’ bills are paid; attend court hearings as appropriate; and collect data and statistics as required. Extensive independent travel may be required.

The successful candidates will have  working knowledge of the Office of Public Guardian statutory requirements along with the ability to read and understand documents used in financial and estate management and in real property transactions, in addition to working knowledge of community systems and services and the appropriate utilization for referral and placement of minors, the elderly, people with mental illness, and individuals with developmental disabilities.  The Associate Public Guardians must have the ability to coordinate guardianship/conservatorship case management efforts with other public and/or non-profit agencies involved in client cases and the ability to prepare clear, concise written communications and comprehensive office and court reports and maintain complete and accurate case information and case records.

Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with a focus on social work, counseling, psychology, gerontology, related behavioral science, or client support business services and at least two years’ experience in a discipline pertinent to the provision of guardianship and conservatorship services which must include decision-making judgment for the benefit of others in the area of legal, guidance and counseling, healthcare, probation and parole, public administration with a focus on developmental disabilities, and/or persons with disruptive behaviors. Equivalent education or experience will be considered.

Preferred Qualifications:  J.D. or Ph.D.; or Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Gerontology or related behavioral science or equivalent advanced degree which includes a supervised field placement providing social casework or counseling services to elderly, vulnerable or dependent adults, minors and their families.

Other Qualifications:    No felony conviction or misdemeanor conviction involving moral turpitude.  Possess a valid Motor Vehicle Operator’s license or alternate means of transportation.  Excellent credit history; highest personal and professional references that would support a court finding of suitability to qualify for appointment as a guardian and conservator. Individuals chosen for these positions will be subject to an extensive background check.

Beginning salary is $3,542 to $4,316 per month with excellent benefits.  All applications must be received by June 1, 2015.

Associate Public Guardian - - Kearney
Deadline: Monday, June 1, 2015 | Salary: $3,542.00 - $4,316.00/month

Location: Kearney  (service area includes the counties of Blain, Buffalo, Brown, Custer, Dawson, Franklin, Furnas, Garfield, Gosper, Hall*, Harlan, Keya Paha, Kearney, Loup, Phelps, Rock, Sherman and Valley)  * indicates county shared between Associate Guardians.

The Administrative Office of the Courts is accepting applications for two (2) Associate Public Guardians. These are responsible positions that will serve as public guardians to qualifying minors and adult individuals whose disabilities and functional capabilities hinder day-to-day management of personal affairs and/or management of financial matters. The Associate Public Guardians will also recruit substitute private guardians and provide education and information to support family and private guardians.  Responsibilities include:  assisting in expediting benefits to entitled eligible individuals; conducting intake interviews and providing counseling to a caseload of clients; investigating the financial, psychological, family and social histories of referred individuals; arranging for client services and housing; conducting home and facility visits and inspections; assuring care and treatment best-suited to the  clients’ interests; recommending action based on informed consent for medical, surgical and hospitalization; and all other responsibilities as required by the type of guardianship identified.  Will work with various private and public organizations for the purpose of developing local treatment resources.  Responsible for estate management and sound personal and financial management to ensure the most appropriate level and highest quality of care of person and property.  Will prepare comprehensive personal and financial court reports, maintain case records, ensure clients’ bills are paid; attend court hearings as appropriate; and collect data and statistics as required. Extensive independent travel may be required.

The successful candidates will have  working knowledge of the Office of Public Guardian statutory requirements along with the ability to read and understand documents used in financial and estate management and in real property transactions, in addition to working knowledge of community systems and services and the appropriate utilization for referral and placement of minors, the elderly, people with mental illness, and individuals with developmental disabilities.  The Associate Public Guardians must have the ability to coordinate guardianship/conservatorship case management efforts with other public and/or non-profit agencies involved in client cases and the ability to prepare clear, concise written communications and comprehensive office and court reports and maintain complete and accurate case information and case records.

Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with a focus on social work, counseling, psychology, gerontology, related behavioral science, or client support business services and at least two years’ experience in a discipline pertinent to the provision of guardianship and conservatorship services which must include decision-making judgment for the benefit of others in the area of legal, guidance and counseling, healthcare, probation and parole, public administration with a focus on developmental disabilities, and/or persons with disruptive behaviors. Equivalent education or experience will be considered.

Preferred Qualifications:  J.D. or Ph.D.; or Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Gerontology or related behavioral science or equivalent advanced degree which includes a supervised field placement providing social casework or counseling services to elderly, vulnerable or dependent adults, minors and their families.

Other Qualifications:    No felony conviction or misdemeanor conviction involving moral turpitude.  Possess a valid Motor Vehicle Operator’s license or alternate means of transportation.  Excellent credit history; highest personal and professional references that would support a court finding of suitability to qualify for appointment as a guardian and conservator. Individuals chosen for these positions will be subject to an extensive background check.

Beginning salary is $3,542 to $4,316 per month with excellent benefits.  All applications must be received by June 1, 2015.

Secretary I - District 4J - Omaha
Deadline: Monday, June 1, 2015 | Salary: $2,139.75 - $2,607.40/month

Entry-level clerical position.  Ability to type letters and reports from dictation or rough draft, copy confidential file material, complete various required forms. Receptionist, answer phone, greets public/clients/judges/attorneys.  Operate office machines including computers.  Graduation from high school or its equivalent. Experience or training performing office support functions.

The ability to speak Spanish is desired but not required.   

Please visit www.statejobs.nebraska.gov to fill out the State application. The State of Nebraska complies with Nebraska’s Veterans Preference Laws.

Records Clerk - Cass - Plattsmouth
Deadline: Wednesday, June 3, 2015 | Salary: $12.78 - $15.57/hour

The Cass County Court is taking applications for a full time Records Clerk position.  This is an entry level clerical position. Work involves a variety of general office duties including responding to routine inquiries, typing and computer functions under the supervision of the Clerk Magistrate of the Cass County Court. Requirements include typing skills, computer and data entry skills and ability to follow oral and written instructions.  Minimum Qualifications:  High school graduation or equivalent. Preferred Qualifications:  One year of clerical OR any experience working in a county court.  The ability to speak Spanish is preferred but not required.  Other Qualifications:  Successful completion of “on the job training” in JUSTICE (the statewide computer system) will be required. Beginning hourly salary range is $12.775 to $15.565.  All applications must be received on or before June 3, 2015.

Specialized Probation Officer - District 9 - Kearney
Deadline: Thursday, June 4, 2015 | Salary: $3,787.32 - $4,614.48/month

This position serves under the authority of the Chief Probation Officer and is responsible for the supervision of the highest risk to re-offend clients.  This position provides case management and supervises the activities of probationers in the community, collaborates with providers and stakeholders important to a client’s success and requires flexible, individualized work scheduling that is caseload driven. This position will participate in the treatment process of clients and is engaged in the probationer’s treatment through regular and on-going communication with treatment providers and through attendance at treatment groups and facilities. Assists in the development of relapse prevention plan. Develops needed community resources and creates and maintains partnerships with identified community stakeholders.  Is connected to the community by way of field work in the form of regular and on-going visits to probationer’s home, treatment, school, employment, support group, 12-step, group home, and team meetings. Assists in developing positive, ongoing client support systems.  Works as the caseload and needs of the client’s on the caseload dictate, which may include a significant number of meaningful non-traditional hours, including weekend or holiday hours.

This position is engaged in programming and the well-being of a Reporting Center or Service Center if applicable.  Facilitates groups which may include, but not be limited to, topical, supervision groups, cognitive programs or skill building, life skills enhancement and general education of clients.  Conducts and prepares for submission to the court or other entities various reports to include presentence (PSI) investigations, PSI Updates, predisposition (PDI) investigations, supervision overviews, alleged probation violation reports and various other types of written correspondence.  Interprets data as it applies to successful performance standards for probationers and evaluates data in relationship to best practices and evidence-based standards.   This position has the same statutory authority and responsibilities as a probation officer which includes the authority to arrest and/or detain probationers as necessary.

Ability to match the client’s needs to the appropriate treatment modality or service, i.e., substance abuse, mental health, medical, housing, employment and educational services, etc. Knowledge of laws and regulations pertaining to Probation work and functions and procedures of courts involved. Knowledge of community resources.  Interacts confidently and competently with individuals and groups at all levels. Makes well-reasoned decisions in a timely manner, sometimes in situations where there are no standard procedures.  Demonstrates sound decision-making/critical thinking skills. 

REQUIREMENTS: This position shall meet the basic requirements as a Probation Officer. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor's degree in the social sciences, criminal justice, or related fields with at least two years of experience providing case management and/or completion of investigations in a community corrections based program or agency.

PREFERRED: The ability to speak Spanish is desired but not required.

OTHER: Some positions may require specific knowledge or experience, or established progress toward certain degrees or licensure.

Please visit www.statejobs.nebraska.gov to fill out the State application. The State of Nebraska complies with Nebraska’s Veterans Preference Laws.

Judicial Assistant - Sarpy - Papillion
Deadline: Friday, June 5, 2015 | Salary: $16.05 - $19.56/hour

The Sarpy County Court is accepting applications for a Judicial Assistant. This position is an advanced and highly responsible judicial and/or administrative support for county judges and the judicial administrators. Work involves but is not limited to the handling of sensitive judicial and administrative matters on a daily basis; the screening of calls, mail and visitors and the performance of complex secretarial and clerical duties which may include court stenographic responsibilities. This position is distinguished from those at lower levels by the assignment of decision making responsibilities requiring considerable knowledge and independent judgment.  Other work includes scheduling cases, meetings, and other appointments; answering phones, screening and referring callers; preparing correspondence and other material as required including notices for various court activity and maintaining various records. Qualifications include: Graduation from high school or equivalent PLUS one year of clerical experience or any experience working in a County Court. Other requirements include knowledge of business English, spelling, punctuation, and arithmetic, modern office practices, procedures, systems, and equipment, legal terminology and format. Ability to make decisions in accordance with established policies and procedures, to maintain administrative, fiscal, statistical and general records. Skill in use and care of a computer, dictation/transcription system, and other equipment present on site and successful completion of JUSTICE (the statewide court computer system) training on the job. Some travel to other courts may be required. The ability to speak Spanish is desired but not required. Beginning salary is $16.05 to $19.56 per hour plus excellent benefits.  All applications must be received on or before June 5, 2015.

Administrative Assistant - - Lincoln
Deadline: Monday, June 8, 2015 | Salary: $3,175.00 - $3,868.00/month

The Administrative Office of the Courts is taking application for  a full time Administrative Assistant positions This is a responsible administrative support position for the staff of the Office of Court Administration.  Work involves, but is not limited to, the handling of confidential administrative matters, performing complex support and related clerical duties for administrative staff and involves decision making responsibilities requiring considerable organizational skills and independent judgment.  Responsibilities include coordinating all Supreme Court forms, providing routine support, as needed, for other  administrative functions such as collecting/reviewing information, composing or tracking preparation of administrative, operational or similar reports or informational summaries concerning workload, budgeting, staffing or legislative topics; arranging schedules and agendas, recording minutes, and preparing a written record of proceedings for various meetings, planning, organizing, and implementing work assignments, as directed, in related administrative service areas. Arranges and attends meetings as required, takes minutes, composes drafts of proceedings, prepares and distributes agendas, schedules and other material. Participates in special events/projects.  Qualifications include 2 years of experience in support or general office work with increased responsibilities at an administrative level. Considerable experience in event coordination.  Requirements include the ability to establish and cultivate good working relationships with coworkers, individuals in positions of authority, criminal justice agencies, compacting states, field officers, and the general public. The ability to speak Spanish is preferred but not required. Beginning salary range is $3,175.00 - $3,868.00.  All applications must be received on or before June 8, 2015.

Probation Officer Trainee (Juvenile) - District 10 - Hastings
Deadline: Monday, June 8, 2015 | Salary: $2,767.41 - $3,371.82/month

This is an entry-level position.  Work involves writing presentence/predisposition reports and/or supervising clients placed on probation, as well as conducting juvenile intake interviews as needed. 


Requirements include graduation from college with a bachelor's degree in the social sciences, criminal justice or related fields; ability to write the required reports, case plans, chronological notes; ability to communicate verbally with clients, judges, school personnel, law enforcement, families; ability to read and interpret police reports, mental health evaluations, chemical evaluations; ability to maintain workload of writing reports and supervising clients; appear in court; ability to motivate clients toward self-improvement.  

 

The ability to speak Spanish is desired but not required.  

 

Please visit www.statejobs.nebraska.gov  to fill out the State application. The State of Nebraska complies with Nebraska’s Veterans Preference Laws.