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Full time Cook/Floater

We are seeking experienced, versatile kitchen help for a monastery & nursing facility. Preferred candidate will have experience with prep, hot items, salads, and some light baking in a professional kitchen setting.

Must be over 18, have reliable transportation, & be available on weekends. This is primarily a morning position, but some evenings may be required depending upon the needs of the department. Regular schedule will include both weekday and weekend shifts, with time off during the week. Competitive pay according to skill level and experience. Applicant should be a team player, flexible, willing to learn all kitchen positions, and fill in when needed.

Job Type: Full-time

Starting at $15/hour plus full benefits (including health, dental, vision, disability, life, retirement). Email your resume and contact information to

COVID-19 considerations:
Due to the vulnerable population we serve, we observe strict protocols regarding COVID-19. Temperature & symptom screening, wearing a mask throughout shift. Per federal regulations, all employees MUST be vaccinated. New hires have 45 days to comply.

Engineering Technician Series

Position Summary:

This Engineering Technician Associate position is the entry level for the Engineering Technician class series and is located in Wamego. Successful candidates may be appointed at a higher-level dependent upon experience and qualifications. This position allows KDOT to train and develop construction (or technician) staff to complete required responsibilities. The employee performs assignments and gains experience while in a training status.

Job Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:

Performs according to specific instruction and standards.
Work involves performing several basic engineering and mathematical procedures which require following instructions and guidelines and providing accurate and complete records of that work.
Performs or assists other technicians or engineers in the performance of routine engineering tests in the laboratory or field or inspection on construction projects for compliance with standard practice, specifications, plans, and special provisions.
This includes such things as performing or assisting in testing of gradation of aggregates and other standard tests.

Annual Salary: $31,262.40 (hourly pay is $15.03)

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HIM Coder

HIM Coder at Meadowlark in Manhattan, Kansas

Meadowlark is searching for a Health Information Management (HIM) Coder to join our small but highly engaged team. As an HIM Clerk, you will assist with records data entry, Coding, document preparation to outgoing agencies, and assisting with the protection of resident information.

Meadowlark is a local not-for-profit organization focused on enhancing senior lifestyles. At Meadowlark our employees are an asset to achieving our mission of providing high-quality, person-centered care. It is a unique organization that provides daily opportunities for genuine relationship building with residents, families, and co-workers.

The HIM Coder must exhibit excellent written and oral communication skills. Must have a High School diploma or equivalent and basic computer knowledge.

Medical terminology and coding Certification is required.

Call our Human Resources team at (785) 323-3893 to learn more about the opportunity to work with a passionate and people-focused organization. We’d love to have you visit!

You can also learn more about Meadowlark, our history, additional job opportunities or apply at

Automotive Senior Technician

Automotive Senior Technician – Manhattan, KS

Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career!

The Senior Technician/Mechanic position requires your talent 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 Senior Technician/Mechanic
• Diagnose and repair to specifications – brake and hydraulic, exhaust, primary and/or advanced fuel ignition and electrical, suspension and alignment, air conditioning and computer systems
• Adequately explain technical diagnoses and needed repairs to non-mechanical individuals
• Stay current with rapidly changing automotive technology through continuous paid formal training
• Assist fellow technicians/mechanics in performing technical activities
Minimum Requirements for Automotive Senior Technician/Mechanic
• Reading, writing and math skills
• Must have a valid automobile driver’s license at all times and be able to drive customer and company vehicles.
• Must have a minimum 3 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 3 (three) of A1-A8 is required. (New hires with external similar qualifications/certifications will have up to 2 years of employment to comply)
• Maintains Federal, State and Local certification/license where applicable.
• Ability to communicate technical information to non-technical people

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 Senior Technician/Mechanic is EXACTLY what we need.

Compensation ranges from $15.62 to $23.43/hour.  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.”

Financial Counselor

Meadowlark is a local not-for-profit organization focused on enhancing senior lifestyles. At Meadowlark our employees are an asset to achieving our mission of providing high-quality, person-centered care. It is a unique organization that provides daily opportunities for genuine relationship building with residents, families, and co-workers.

As a Financial Counselor at Meadowlark you will be responsible for working with residents, families, and/or DPOA’s to ensure Meadowlark receives maximum payment for all services rendered, while assisting Residents with any and all avenues of financial assistance available to them.

Below are a list of job duties as the Financial Counselor:
Recognizes residents in needs of financial assistance, helps identify benefits Residents may be entitled to, and refers them to the appropriate resource to obtain those benefits.
Prior to or upon admission to the Skilled Nursing Facility, reach out to Residents to verify the payment source, outline a plan for payment when private pay funds will exhaust, and assist the Resident with the execution of that plan.
Participate in resident care plans as applicable to discuss the payment source for current and future services and to outline for payment if private pay funds are not available.
Assists Residents with financial assistance applications, including Medicaid applications, as needed and ensures those applications are completed and turned in to the appropriate agency in a timely manner.
Advises and counsels Residents as to rights, responsibilities, and procedures with regards to payment.
Works with Resident to identify the most appropriate account resolution.
Acts as a liaison with other service areas of Meadowlark, including direct communication with the Care Transitions Leader, Household Coordinators, Clinical Coordinators, Social Worker, Director of Nursing, Health Services Director, and others as appropriate.
Arrange payment plans according to Meadowlark procedures.
Follow up with Residents who have expressed their private funds will be exhausted at a future date to ensure the Medicaid application is submitted at the time funds are exhausted.
Report at a minimum monthly to the Finance & Analytics Leader and Finance Director the Residents who will be exhausting their resources in the future, active Medicaid applications and the date they will be completed, pending Medicaid applications, and approved Medicaid applications.
Coordinate events such as Medicare Open Enrollment that directly impact the benefits of Residents.
Experience with Medicare and Medicaid preferred.
Experience in long term care or skill nursing facilities preferred.

Compensation dependent on experience. Please apply through Indeed or our website 


Office Secretary

The Office Secretary welcomes guest, maintains office procedures, handles multi-line phones, and completes clerical duties. Provides support for programmatic activities. Monday – Friday 9 am – 6 PM, Benefits: Healthcare Reimbursement, Dental, LT Disability, Sick & Vacation Leave.

Compensation: $11.12 hourly, healthcare reimbursement, dental, LT disability, paid sick, vacation, holidays and personal time.

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CAD Technician

Job Description:

The contract CAD Technician provides document management support for Substation Engineering. Under the guidance of the Document Manager, the contract CAD Technician assists the Engineering Analysts by revising existing drawings from as-built field corrections and, after training, by updating Issued for Construction (IFC) drawing packages. Documents include internal Evergy drawings, external vendor drawings and supporting documents. After additional training, the position will assist the Engineering Tech to liaison between engineering and field personnel who construct or maintain company facilities and to:
·Create and publish new Issued for Construction drawing packages.
·Gather technical information and up-to-date drawings for projects.
·Create new 3D material coded parts for electrical substation models.
·Use the Autodesk Vault 3D parts library to create 3D substation models.
·Generate drawings based on one-line and substation standards drawings.
Contract CAD Technician work is performed in an office. Travel is not required, however, optional field visits are available as a training opportunity

Mandatory Skills:
• Questioning Attitude
• Attention to Detail
• Must be able to perform all essential functions as identified by the Company. Reasonable accommodations may be made upon request to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Experience/Education
• High School or equivalent
• 2 year college degree Associate of Science Drafting
• Proficient in Microsoft Visio.
• Must be qualified in electronic drafting as evidenced by satisfactorily completing work.

9 months with chance to convert to Full-time Employee or be extended.

2 Openings:
2 in Topeka

Compensation ranges from $30-$34/hour. Please send resume to Jessica Guerrero at

Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled

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The Company will consider qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records
2 in Kansas City

CAD Technician

The CAD Technician performs daily drafting and minimal design functions for in-house Civil Engineering design projects. The technician assists the on-staff engineers by preparing plans for construction projects that include transportation, traffic, stormwater, sanitary sewer, and water mains. The technician also assists staff and the public in acquiring maps and records maintained by the office, formulates charts, and develops graphic materials.

Essential Functions

– Prepare plans and process field data for City of Manhattan improvement projects. – Create civil engineering CAD exhibits/schematic drawings, construction drawings, and presentation boards.
– Contribute to the overall preparation of project designs by performing essential drafting and limited design.
– Draw accurate and understandable civil engineering drawings while adhering to CAD standards as established by the City.
– Read and interpret constructions plans and other written technical material in order to prepare construction plans and update “as-built” drawings (approx. 18 projects per year) and existing maps, including but not limited to planning, utility, and any other applicable maps.
– Research and apply applicable codes and standards related to design.
– Summarize information from maps, reports, field and file investigations, and books. May generate maps and other graphics to allow viewers to visualize and understand results of analysis or simulations of potential designs.
– Prepare and maintain a digital and hard copy archive of plans, plats and miscellaneous drawing files by documenting maps, plans, drawings and then indexing with proper labeling, cataloging, and filing for future retrieval.
– Remain updated on developments within the CAD industry including data shortcuts, databases, insertion of topographic field data, creation of existing ground surfaces, utilization of pipe networks, and creation of alignments/profiles/cross sections.

For the complete job description, please visit

Compensation ranges from $17.65 – $27.83/hour, depending on qualifications. This is a benefits-eligible position.

To apply, visit and click the “apply” button which will take you to the required online application. For general questions about the position, contact Unique Hiram at (785) 587-2447 or

Enveloped comfortably in the heart of the breath-taking Flint Hills, Manhattan is a thriving center for tourism, business, education, entertainment and health care. In 2018, Manhattan was ranked as the second best place to live in Livability’s The Top 100 Best Places to Live, falling just one point behind Ann Arbor, Michigan. Gateway to the Flint Hills of North America, Manhattan is an outdoor lover’s paradise. In addition, Manhattan and the surrounding area features: a renowned land-grant university in Kansas State University (the nation’s first), the highly-respected home of the Big Red One at Fort Riley, plus established fine arts, naturally beautiful landscape, exciting K-State Wildcats sports and a wide range of additional attractions.

Diesel Mechanic (Entry Level to Expert)

What’s the Job?

Ready to accelerate your career while helping our customers move forward? As a Technician at Penske, you’ll do exactly that. Here, you’ll do preventative maintenance and minor repairs on the newest and best maintained fleet of vehicles in the industry. You will help our customers keep their vehicles in shape and on the road.

Whether you’re looking for your first job out of school or have some vehicle repair experience and are looking to switch gears, becoming a Penske Technician may be a great fit for you.

Why is this job awesome? For starters, no day is the same. You’ll get to work on lots of different types of equipment—not just one manufacturer. We work hard to get the job done, but we also make sure you have the time you need to do the job right. Safety and reliability are our top priorities.

Working alongside experienced supervisors and master technicians, we’ll teach you about our vehicle maintenance processes and the cutting-edge technology we use. And we will make sure you are getting the industry certified training you need to succeed and grow your career. You’ll learn from the best in the industry. We also take pride in how clean our facilities are, and we provide you with all the necessary major shop tools.

If you are mechanically inclined or have completed any vehicle repair training, are willing to learn, and interested in a stable career with a lot of opportunity for growth, join our team.

Main Responsibilities:

Making sure vehicles are maintained and safe for our customers

Using Penske’s tools and technologies to log, research and complete repairs, including basic vehicle diagnostics

Doing preventative maintenance repairs—like replacing or rotating tires—and completing vehicle component lubrication and replacement, some electrical system repairs, and cooling system maintenance on gas and diesel engine vehicles

Partnering with your manager to learn new skills using Penske’s technician training and hands-on coaching

Working on other projects and tasks as assigned by supervisor

Why Penske is for You:

Competitive starting salary

Shift Premiums

Career stability

Opportunity for growth

Excellent benefits, including lots of time off

Strong, well-rounded training on a variety of OEM equipment (Penske’s Technician Certification Program is certified as a Continuing Automotive Service Education provider)

Advanced vehicle maintenance technology

Location and schedule flexibility

General Requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent preferred; vocational or technical certification in vehicle repair preferred

Basic mechanical aptitude and 1-2 years of automotive or diesel repair experience (preferred)

Valid driver’s license

The ability to solve problems and comfort using tools

Excellent customer service skills and communication skills

The ability to work well as part of a team and outside

Basic computer skills

Regular, predictable, full attendance is an essential function of the job

Willingness to work the required schedule, work at the specific location required, complete Penske employment application, submit to a background screening (to include criminal checks, past employment and education), the ability to pass a drug screen and physical as required by the Department of Transportation, and potential travel within a near geography for training are required

This position is regulated by the Department of Transportation or designated as safety sensitive by the company, and the ability to work in a constant state of alertness and in a safe manner is required. Associates must have the ability to accept responsibility for their own safety, as well as the safety of others.

Physical Requirements:

The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The associate will be required to remember and understand certain instructions, guidelines or other information. The associate must be able to see and verbally communicate. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.

While performing the duties of this job, the associate will be required to move frequently, stand, walk, and sit. The associate is frequently required to use hands to touch, handle, and feel, and to reach with hands and arms. The associate must be able to regularly lift and/or move up to 50lbs/23kg and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100lbs/45kg.

Penske is an Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply, email You also may call or text (816) 266.3490.

Equipment Mechanic

Position Summary:

This position is located in Topeka at the District One Shop. This position provides journeyman skilled mechanic work in the maintenance/repair of heavy gasoline and diesel-powered equipment.

Job Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:

Diagnoses malfunctions and troubleshoots to determine cause of failure on complex systems, including but not limited to, hydraulics and pneumatics systems.
Makes working diagnosis of mechanic failure by means of specialized testing equipment and visual or auditory checks.
Performs tune-up, electrical repairs and maintenance/adjustment on both automotive and heavy-duty equipment.

Salary ranges from $34,444.80 to $41,870.00.

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