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Direct Support Professional

TARC, Inc. is seeking a Direct Support Professional. Successful candidate will be part of the Day Services/Senior Services Team and will support adults with developmental disabilities. The position will provide support and services within a habilitation setting. Responsibilities will include implementing goals from individualized plans developed for adults. Focus will be on promoting independence, integration, inclusion, and productivity in a supportive warm, nurturing atmosphere for all adults.

Desirable qualities include person centered focus, flexibility and a willingness to learn.

Job requirements include:
• High school diploma or equivalent
• Experience working with adults with developmental disabilities preferred.
• Certified Nursing Aid (CNA) preferred
• Valid Kansas Driver’s License and driving record that meets insurability requirements as defined by the Company’s insurance carrier.

Compensation begins at $12.50/hour. May submit application online at or make application/send resume to: Human Resources, TARC, Inc. 2701 SW Randolph Ave, Topeka, KS 66611 or e-mail to E.O.E.

TARC, Inc. conducts background screenings and post-offer pre-employment drug testing.

Come join our team of dedicated human service professionals!

Listing expires on Monday November 15th, 2021

Employment Associate

TARC, Inc. is currently seeking self-motivated individuals who are driven to make a difference in peoples’ lives. Our TARC Industries/Employment Services division has an Employment Associate position available and is seeking a dynamic individual who is patient, creative, dependable, and enjoys assisting adults with developmental disabilities find success within a variety of employment opportunities.

Person of good character who is mentally and physically able to conduct oneself in a responsible manner in carrying out the job for which they are employed. Must be a team player who can multi-task with the ability to work multiple jobs and meet various timelines while providing direction and support to multiple people with various types of disabilities. Must be patient and creative. Math skills should reflect the ability to accurately count and record data.
• High school diploma or equivalent is required.
• Two years working with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred and /or appropriate coursework in the MR/DD field.
• Experience in production, housekeeping and janitorial experience helpful.
• Valid Kansas driver’s license and driving record that meets insurability requirements as defined by the company’s insurance carrier.
This position is full-time, Monday-Friday, no evenings or weekends with eight (8) paid holidays. Health Care, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and PTO is offered and much more. TARC, Inc. is a participant in KPERS.

TARC, Inc. conducts background screenings and post-offer pre-employment drug testing.

Compensation starts at $12.50/hour. Submit application online at E.O.E. 

Listing expires on Monday November 15th, 2021

Commercial Truck Driver

TARC Industries/Employment Services is currently seeking a Production and Document Destruction Driver. This position will work in conjunction with the TARC Industries production team. This position has the following responsibilities and benefits:
• Provide pick up of document destruction materials at various local businesses and delivery and pick up of production materials.
• Complete loading and unloading of production trailers and the assembly of required shipping tickets.
• Provide excellent customer service to contractors/customers.
• High school diploma or equivalent. Experience driving large delivery trucks required.
• Must be able to pass physical as this position requires the ability to lift 50 pounds unassisted, push/pull materials, loading of trucks and barrels of paper.
• Must be able to use pallet moving equipment and maneuver (back) vehicles in difficult and tightly congested areas.
• 90% of driving responsibilities are in box trucks/10% in semi-tractor.
• Must enjoy a busy work environment, working with people and following a detailed work schedule.
• Day time hours only, NO weekends, competitive wage, paid holidays, vacations and KPERS Retirement program.
• Employee must pass background screening pre-employment and random drug screening, DOT certification program and hold a valid Kansas CDL (Class A) license with a satisfactory motor vehicle record.

Compensation starts at $15.83 per hour. Make application/send resume online to E.O.E  

Listing expires on Monday November 15th, 2021

Sales and Service Specialist

Sales and Service Specialist – Topeka, 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!

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.


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


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

• 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

Compensation ranges from $12.86 to $19.30/hourly. Apply online at

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.”

Listing expires on Monday November 15th, 2021

Appraiser I – Shawnee County Appraisers Office

Job description
Position Description
Appraiser I

POSITION CONTROL NUMBERS: AP1003, AP1004, AP1005A, AP1006, AP1007, AP1009, AP1010, AP1011 FLSA STATUS: N


Under general supervision, this position appraises residential and/or commercial and industrial real property. Performs other duties as required. This position is supervised by the Residential Supervisor.


20% Sales Validation. Verifies conditions of sale and validity of sale price. Performs site inspections of sold properties. Measures and verifies the property characteristics and verification of the current property use and occupancy. Takes current photo of all structures from different angles. Verifies legal descriptions.

20% Collection And Verification Of Property Characteristics. Measures buildings and verifies the interior data on all structures. Collects data on contributory items and other characteristics that impact the valuation of property. Works splits/combos. Takes current photo of structures. Enters complex sketches of dwellings into Apex data base.

15% Hearings. Represents Shawnee County in explaining appraised values to taxpayers and defending values at various hearing levels. Prepares appropriate documentation in a timely manner for all levels of hearings and status conferences.

15% Data Analysis. Residential duties include: Assisting Senior Appraisers in determining the appropriate coefficients and variables for the assigned market areas. Analyze sales to determine changes in market areas.

15% New Construction/Building Permits. Measures and lists newly constructed buildings, additions and contributory items. Reviews remodeling of existing structures. Verifies the current property use and occupancy level. Gathers construction cost information when possible. Takes current photo of all structures from different angles.

15% Final Review (Value Reconciliation). Sets an appropriate value on each parcel assigned by the deadline established each year. Verifies all multi-classified parcels are valued correctly in the Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal (CAMA) system. Details the reasons for any value decreases or increases over 10% from the previous year’s final value.


Knowledge of:
• Basic math and units of measurement.
• Basic residential construction types.
• PC based computer programs for word processing, spread sheet (Excel) and statistical analysis.
Ability to:
• Concentrate on complex tasks for extended periods of time.
• Work outdoors throughout the year in varying climatic conditions and often difficult terrain.
• Read and understand blueprints, property ownership maps and property descriptions.
• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, using the English language.
• Learn and retain complex written and oral instructions.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees and the general public.


High School Diploma or GED Certificate.

Valid Driver’s License and able to operate a County owned vehicle (HR 2013-2).

Driving record that shows: No misdemeanor or felony convictions for traffic/vehicular offenses (DUI, vehicular homicide, reckless driving, hit and run, etc.) that are less than five (5) years old; No more than two (2) at fault or chargeable accidents that are less than five (5) years old; No more than two (2) traffic infractions (speeding, failure to yield right of way, etc.) that are less than one (1) year old.

One (1) year of mass appraisal experience.

Successful completion of International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) or Appraisal Institute courses totaling seventy (70) hours including IAAO Courses 101 and 102 and any of the following: 112, 201, 300, 312, PVD Market Modeling, PVD Index and Depreciation, Kansas Tax Law or equivalent courses.
Will be required to pass IAAO Courses 101 & 102 within one (1) year of hiring date.


Required to pass a pre-employment physical/drug screen and a review of driving record.

This Position Description is not designed to list all tasks and responsibilities of this position. Shawnee County reserves the right to revise or change job duties as the need may arise. This Position Description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.

Permanent, Full-time, Hourly – $16.17 to $17.82/hr. – wage dependent on qualifications. Benefits offered include: Medical, Dental, and Prescription Insurance Vision Insurance Cancer Insurance Disability Insurance Hospitalization Insurance KPERS Retirement Plan KPERS 457 Deferred Compensation Plan Paid Sick Leave Paid Vacation Leave Medical or Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account Company Paid Life Insurance Optional Group Life Insurance 11 Paid Holidays Gym Discount Employee Assistant Program.

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Listing expires on Monday November 15th, 2021

Maintenance Mechanic- 2nd Shift

Leverage your INDUSTRIAL maintenance experience in a role with exceptional growth potential and benefits. This is a chance to apply your expertise in a growing company where you will enjoy the clean facility and great culture.

If you have been waiting for a better maintenance position, this is it!

Premium Waters is looking for a 2nd Shift Maintenance Mechanic in the Riverside, MO area. 7:00PM to 7:00AM- 12 hours shift

Some of the benefits to you:

• Competitive compensation – Starting at $30.86 + possible overtime
• Great benefits package – Including medical and dental coverage as well as short term and long-term disability, 401(k) with match, paid holidays, generous PTO, wellness program, and gym reimbursement
• Company provided uniforms
• Advancement – There are so many avenues to go as the company grows. Because they promote from within whenever possible, almost all their leads and supervisors started out on the floor.
• Company-wide events – Including incentive lunches and opportunities to help serve the community!
• Give back – Premium Waters is committed to making a difference through employee volunteerism, corporate contributions, product donations, and business partnerships (they support and sponsor numerous nonprofit and disaster relief organizations and events).
• Stability – Premium Waters is a financially sound organization that has grown through acquisition and continued reinvestment in the organization.
• Latest and best equipment – Enjoy working on high tech equipment, all stainless steel and food grade. Premium Waters has 3 robots on production lines!
• 2-2-3 schedule give you plenty of time to rest
• Prefer if you have at least 1-3 years of maintenance experience in a manufacturing environment and own tools, we want to hear from you!

Compensation is $30.86/hour. Apply online at

Listing expires on Monday November 15th, 2021

Accountant II – Shawnee County Health Department

Position Description
Accountant II


Under general supervision of the Health Department Finance Officer, this position performs accounting and auditing of the Health Department’s financial operations, including budget preparation, financial reporting, grant reporting, revenue forecasting, cost benefit analysis, medical billing and other related financial reporting. This position performs duties related to the administration and supervision of the Accounting Office and Purchasing/Payroll Office. Performs other duties as required.


30% Reporting and Tracking. Prepares statistical and financial reports including revenue and expenditure reports, accounts receivable reports, payroll reports and capital expenditure reports for distribution to the Finance Officer, Director, and Management Team Leaders. Prepares periodic reports for private, state and federal grantors. Prepares appropriate reports as requested by supervisor and administration.

15% Budgeting and Accounting. Assists in preparing the annual budget and various financial reports for multiple divisions, programs and grants. Monitors the budget and regularly advises the Finance Officer, Director, and Management Team Leaders on the Department’s financial status. Processes and logs deposits, invoices and interfund transfers. Prepares and reviews grant reconciliation reports. Prepares journal entries. Assists in coordinating and designing additions and enhancements to the automated accounting system in coordination with Shawnee County IT and Health Department staff.

15% Program Management. Establishes and maintains operational components including policies and procedures within regulatory standards/guidelines. Provides in service training to all Health Department staff related to budgeting processes, tracking, reporting and other applications.

15% Compliance Auditing. Works with staff to review Health Department budgetary procedures and practices with regard to expenditures, grant allocations, revenue forecasting, personnel tracking and reporting, and other financial accounting. This position is responsible for problem solving and correcting financial discrepancies to be in accordance with GAAP and local, state and federal statutes and regulations. Conducts programmatic monitoring activities as outlined by the compliance program for population-based services and assists in the evaluation of findings, recommendations and corrective actions. Assists in developing and implementing a system for reporting performance management results. Assists in designing and establishing policies and procedures.

15% Department Liaison. Assists as a department liaison with all external auditing, accounting and financial consulting firms. Assists as a liaison between the Agency, the community and other governmental agencies. Assists in internal audits of financial programs to ensure compliance with established procedures and regulations. Also serves as the backup to the Finance Officer for emergency activation as part of the Incident Command System (ICS).

10% Supervision. Supervises staff with respect to accountability for performance and behavior including approval of absences to conform to personnel needs, discipline of employees, staff development and training, completion of performance evaluations and other personnel related functions. Instructs staff on proper completion of tasks. Inspects and reviews work of staff to ensure that projects are complete. Establishes work schedules and assigns work. Checks work procedures and products. Participates in the hiring and promotional process.

Knowledge of:
• Human resource management including hiring practices, disciplinary procedures, terminations, etc.
• Supervisory responsibilities and effective leadership skills.
• Generally accepted accounting principles.
• Modern principles, techniques, laws, regulations and ordinances relating to large scale governmental finance administration.
• The practices and procedures involved in budgeting, purchasing and financial record keeping.
• Current literature, trends and developments in the fields of governmental accounting and public finance administration.
• Modern accounting and office procedures and equipment, including the application of electronic data processing to the maintenance and analysis of fiscal data.
• Federal Medicare and Kansas Medicaid regulations relating to funding for health care services.
• Regulations pertaining to the administration of specific grants awarded to the Health Agency.
• Public Health Quality Performance standards, performance measurement, reporting of progress and quality improvement process guidelines.

Ability to:
• Work under general supervision.
• Plan and direct the work of others.
• Assist in the development, installation, audit and maintenance of complex accounting systems.
• Analyze accounts, make adjusting entries and prepare complex accounting statements and reports.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with County personnel and various local, state and federal agencies.
• Apply and adapt standard methods to varied financial situations, procedures and problems.
• Analyze and evaluate accounting, budgeting, procedural issues, develop corrective systems and compile reports of measures taken.
• Interpret and apply Federal, State, and County laws, resolutions, rules and regulations.
• Provide training and direction to employees utilizing a professional demeanor.
• Apply quality improvement techniques to specific situations.
• Demonstrate critical thinking/problem solving from a performance management perspective.
• Implement forms and training program.
• Work with a multidisciplinary team and take guidance from multiple program administrators.
• Organize, prioritize and problem solve independently.
• Prioritize and meet deadlines.
• Audit records and data.
• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, using the English language.
• Follow oral and written instructions.

Skill in:
• Short and long term planning to meet audit and reporting deadlines.
• Utilizing standard performance improvement tools and techniques.
• Providing leadership and direction to employees.
• Team building and management skills.
• The use of computer software and applications and Shawnee County accounting programs.
• The use of arithmetic including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.


• Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related field.

• Two (2) years’ accounting, auditing or fiscal operations experience.


• Required to pass a pre-employment physical and drug screen.

• Required to complete National Incident Management System (NIMS) 700 800 and Incident Command System (ICS) 100 200 within six (6) months of employment.

• Required to complete Incident Command System (ICS) 300 within twelve (12) months of employment. Course availability may impact this time frame. Incident Command System (ICS) 400 is optional.

This Position Description is not designed to list all tasks and responsibilities of this position. Shawnee County reserves the right to revise or change job duties as the need may arise. This Position Description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.

Permanent, Full-Time, Hourly – $22.75/hr. Benefits offered include: Medical, Dental, and Prescription Insurance Vision Insurance Cancer Insurance Disability Insurance Hospitalization Insurance KPERS Retirement Plan KPERS 457 Deferred Compensation Plan Paid Sick Leave Paid Vacation Leave Medical or Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account Company Paid Life Insurance Optional Group Life Insurance 11 Paid Holidays Gym Discount Employee Assistant Program.

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Listing expires on Monday November 15th, 2021

Operations Technician I


Provides help desk level 1 support services, escalating requests to higher level as needed. Follows procedures and processes for resolution of service requests. Ensures daily jobs are completed on time, verifying accuracy, ensuring proper record keeping and communications are maintained. Responsible for monitoring systems and network, data storage, data protection, disaster recovery, and other Data Center resources as assigned.

1st Shift, Monday – Friday

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Ensures daily file transmissions complete on time, following standard operating procedures. Communicates to supervisors any discrepancies and contacts appropriate staff for guidance to resolve issues in a timely manner.
Provides help desk level 1 support, following operating procedures to resolve requests in a timely manner, and escalating as needed by creating service requests in ticketing software and assigns to proper personnel.
Monitors assigned data center hardware and software. Responds to automated alerts and emails by following the departments stand operating procedures. Troubleshoots problems as needed, escalating to next level of support, vendors, and ensuring supervisors are aware.
Responsible for the printing of scheduled notices, statements, and reports, including quality control of the printed output. Distribute computer generated reports, notices, and statements and ensure distribution accuracy.
Bring ideas and recommendations for improvements to operations procedures, processes, and monitoring of the data center assets. Participate in special projects such as Disaster Recovery tests and testing of new systems.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Participate in proactive team efforts to achieve departmental and company goals.
Must comply with current applicable laws, regulations and bank policies and procedures. Comply with all safety policies, practices and procedures. Report all unsafe activities to supervisor and/or Human Resources.


High school degree or equivalent.
Basic knowledge of help desk, operations, or Information Technology.
Ability to communicate with co-workers, supervisors, vendors, and repair personnel for both in person and by telephone. Effectively explain technical processes and issues to non-technical personnel.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)

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Listing expires on Monday November 15th, 2021

Mill Worker

Help needed in a fast-paced mill manufacturing facility. Must have knowledge of mill work and machines and basic computer skills. Need to be able to lift 100 lbs. regularly. Monday through Friday, 7 am until 3:30 pm occasionally staying until 4:30 pm or an occasional ½ day on Saturday. There will be some overtime during the busy season. Dependability, friendly and an eye for detail are a must with the desire to learn and be a team player.
Pre-employment physical and drug test required.

Competitive wages and benefits including: 401K with employer match, health insurance with employer contribution for employees and dependents, dental, vision and other voluntary benefits. Paid time off accrues from day one with eligibility to use after 60 days. Eight paid holidays a year. Starting at $18/hour.

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Listing expires on Monday November 15th, 2021

Heavy Equipment Operator

Adams Land & Cattle, LLC (ALCC) is a progressive, family-owned cattle feeding business, located in Broken Bow, Nebraska. ALCC began in 1945 as a small dairy farm on 300 acres east of Broken Bow. Today, ALCC remains family-owned, but has grown into a multi-location operation with finishing lots in Nebraska and more than 100 backgrounding locations throughout the US and Canada.

This person will be responsible for:
– Operating various equipment such as loaders, articulated dump trucks, tractors, skid steers, dirt scrapers, grader, and dozers in a safe manner.
– Piling manure, loading trucks, hauling manure, drag scraping pens, repairing bunkpads and vet pen areas, cleaning bunkpads, tracking drainways for drying, clearing mounds for cattle comfort, GPS dozing of drainways as needed, etc.
– Executing the goals to maintain and repair pens according to the strategy outline by the management team.
– Ensuring the quality of pen maintenance and repair workmanship supports the overall lowest cost program by minimizing damage to pens, reducing replacement dirt, and reducing future activity, if possible.
– Ensuring that equipment is maintained, greased, washed, and preventive maintenance activities completed in a timely fashion.
– Supporting any and all efforts needed during storm recovery.
– Completing daily activity sheets, load sheets, equipment maintenance logs, etc. in an accurate and timely fashion.
– Recognizing that weather conditions may require constant change in activities and that cattle comfort is first and foremost regarding this activity.
– Working effectively in a team environment to complete tasks.

Ideal candidate would possess the following qualifications:
– Mechanically inclined with working knowledge of large diesel powered equipment.
– Demonstration of skills, knowledge, and experience in pen manure management and pen maintenance.
– Ability and willingness to learn and operate multiple pieces of equipment as needed to support the team.
– Proficient in routine and preventive maintenance of equipment.
– Individual must work well in team-oriented environment.
– Commitment to safety and quality culture.
– Experience to align with the Heavy Equipment levels established for the position.

Competitive Wage, Full Benefits Package that Starts on Day 1 of Employment, Hiring Bonus (along with other bonus opportunities). Apply online at

Listing expires on Monday November 15th, 2021