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Weatherization Field Specialist

KHRC is looking for a individual passionate about helping low income households improve their comfort and reduce their utility bills through energy efficiency. Working through the Kansas Weatherization Assistance Program, this position will serve as a quality control auditor and trainer to ensure the program is providing the highest quality services. Key duties include:
-Provide technical support for all levels of the Weatherization Assistance Program.
-Schedule and conduct site visits of homes to review completed work and write associated technical summary reports per program requirements.
-Observe work performed for quality and compliance which will require accessing attics and crawlspaces.
-Review energy audits and work scopes in the office and help develop and maintain technical policies and procedures related to energy efficiency upgrades.
-Demonstrate knowledge of general home energy efficiency inspection procedures and general building codes.
-Other duties as assigned


To apply, please email your resume to kramirez@kshousingcorp.org.

Substitute Para Educators

Key Staffing is seeking Substitute Para Educators in Topeka, KS! $13.67-$14.78/hr. paid weekly. Flexible schedule, pick up days as it fits your availability! Call Key Staffing at 785-272-9999 for more info!

Substitute Para Job Responsibilities:
Assist teachers and students in the classroom

Substitute Para Job Qualifications:
High School Diploma Required

Call Key Staffing at 785-272-9999 for more info!
Apply in office at Key Staffing: 5840 SW HUNTOON ST :: TOPEKA, KS 66604
Email your resume to: Jobs@Premierks.com

Administrative Assistant/Office Mgr

Administrative Assistant/Office Manager

• Administrative experience
• Excellent communication skills as well as good telephone etiquette
• Computer skills and experience is necessary.
• Familiarity with programs such as Microsoft office, Access, InDesign, Publisher or similar programs is helpful but not required.
• The ability to work independently and multi-task

• Maintain Membership Data Base – knowledge of data entry programs, Microsoft Office especially Excel..
• General Typing & Office Support – Prepares files and handouts for all board and committee meetings, seminars, and convention & trade show. Create brochures and flyers for seminars and conventions. Prepare bulk mailings. Requires knowledge of Microsoft office programs and InDesign. Use of mail machine and bulk mailing requirements is a plus.
• KFDA Journal – Responsible for typing articles, layout of our monthly magazine (placing articles and advertisements on pages), yearly renewals of advertisers. Requires knowledge of InDesign or some publishing program.
• Convention – Acts as convention registrar, prepares convention brochure and maintains registration lists. Position requires limited travel once a year.
• Receptionist – Responsible for answering phone, screening calls and greeting visitors to office.
• Website- Update and maintain information on website and send out blast e-mails.
• Miscellaneous – Building maintenance, dealing with tenants and any other task requested by Executive Director.

Compensation ranges from $40,000 – $50,000/year; sick and vacation leave plus health insurance.

To apply, e-mail resume to kfda@kfda.kscoxmail.com or call 785-232-7789.

Senior Administrative Specialist

Capture data from Kansas Disposition Reports received manually and electronically by identifying the proper existing criminal record and using the standardized coding structure to update each record with the arrest and disposition.
Interpret submitted information properly and use code conversion when necessary.
Form reasonable conclusions about which state statute or municipal code to use when information provided is unclear, incomplete, or totally missing.
Conduct quality assurance by reviewing and correcting electronic dispositions before submitting them to the criminal record.
Provide telephone and email customer service to assist and guide local criminal justice agencies to submit data using the proper reporting methods to assure completeness, accuracy and timeliness of information.
Provide telephone and email customer service to the general public regarding criminal history record check processes and fees.
Research, interpret, and apply rules in order to arrive at a proper conclusion in order to submit information the NICS Indices when prohibition criteria is met.

$15.75 per hour + a 10% Security Differential

Apply online at jobs.sok.ks.gov

Part-time Teller

Qualified candidates for our teller positions must have:

Desire to provide great customer service to our current and potential customers.
Strong work ethic, positive attitude, and easy smile!
Attention to detail, and cash-handling experience a must!

Compensation is $15/hour.

Send resume to Human Resources Director, Silver Lake Bank at klhenry@silverlakebank.com.

Occupational Therapist Program Manager

Compassionate. Caring. Inspiring. If these adjectives describe you, the MS Achievement Center (MSAC) has an incredible opportunity for you as an Occupational Program Manger! Come and join this amazing team and its mission to enrich, encourage and enhance the lives of its members and families.

About the MSAC

The MSAC is a community-based wellness program for individuals with progressed multiple sclerosis. These individuals with multiple sclerosis (referred to as members) attend the program one day per week to participate in exercise, support group, leisure and skill building, and cognitive challenges all in a group environment. Members attend for many years creating a community that supports and encourages each other. The staff is made up of a small interdisciplinary team including occupational and physical therapist, program assistant, marketing and events, and executive director. This position reports directly to the executive director.

The MSAC is a supportive, encouraging team that develops long term relationships with members and their families. The Occupational Program Manager is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the MS Achievement Center (MSAC) and will bring energy, compassion, flexibility and willingness to collaborate and learn from other team members. Experience leading groups and developing activities for a community-based program would be valuable skills to bring to the role. Employees will demonstrate a commitment to a culture of shared values, attitudes, and beliefs that support the MS Achievement Center and KUMC mission.
Job Description:
This position is part-time, 28 hours per week (Monday– Thursday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm). The pro-rated annual salary range is $52,503 – $58,000, commensurate with experience.

Required Qualifications

Employment Conditions:

Registered and licensed in occupational therapy at time of hire and throughout duration of employment.

Lift/transfer individuals with or without assistance.


Master’s degree in occupational therapy.

Work Experience:

Minimum three (3) years’ experience as an occupational therapist.

Preferred Qualifications

Work Experience:

Experience working with individuals with physical and cognitive disabilities.

Knowledge of multiple sclerosis or other chronic neurological disease.

Experience developing community-based programming.

Experience developing and executing diverse activities focused on ADLs, hobbies, recreation and leisure.

Experience in group facilitation, problem solving, and solution focused conversations.

Experience with social work principles and practices.

Experience working autonomously.

Experience using the Microsoft Office Suite.

Experience in design, development and implementation of program services.

Possess knowledge of community and/or national resources and services for individuals with chronic illnesses or disabilities.


Multitasking Skills.

Excellent interpersonal communication skills.

Excellent organizational and customer service skills.

Program Delivery 65%

Manage day to day program for MS Achievement Center.

Develop yearly plan for programmatic themes in collaboration with Center staff. Communicate themes and coordinate with staff to create plans around these themes.

Plan and lead skill building and leisure activity classes as well as hobby and recreation in coordination with program assistant and physical therapist.

Plan and facilitate, or recruit appropriate volunteers and/or students, to facilitate weekly support group for program participants. Present topics of relevance to individuals living with progressed MS, share resources and encourage peer support in addressing challenges and solution finding.

Recruit, train and supervise students and volunteers to help in all aspects of the weekly program.

Assist with development and implementation of new MSAC programs and services.

Monitor and evaluate program/project effectiveness to assure compliance with goals, mission, and policies.

Track and document attendance and participation in activities for all members.

Participate in monthly member assessment and staff meetings.

Manage program inquiries, applications and orientation. Schedule and coordinate intake assessments and conduct home visits for all new members.

Assesses members’ needs and link members and family to appropriate community resources including information/referral to sources of mental health providers, financial assistance, transportation, food, housing, support groups.

Outreach 10%

Work with marketing and events coordinator on community outreach to people with MS.

Develop relationships with healthcare professionals serving people with MS to raise awareness about program and recruit members.

Present to support groups and professional groups in community to raise awareness of program and provide expertise about living with MS.

Volunteer Engagement 10%

Recruits, trains and supervises robust portfolio of volunteers to implement components of the program.

Build relationships with local colleges and universities focused on occupational therapy, social work, nonprofit leadership, and service learning to support student involvement in program delivery.

Coordinate placement and provide supervision for students from various practicum and service learning programs.

Actively recruit volunteers and speakers for all aspects of program through a variety of channels.

Fundraising 15%

Serve on planning teams for special events.

Lead member engagement with special events.

Coordinate volunteers for events.

Required Documents:


Cover Letter

Comprehensive Benefits Package:

Coverage begins on day one for health, dental, and vision insurance and includes health expense accounts with generous employer contributions if the employee participates in a qualifying health plan. Employer-paid life insurance, long-term disability insurance, and various additional voluntary insurance plans are available. Paid time off, including vacation and sick, begins accruing upon hire, plus nine paid holidays. One paid discretionary day is available after six months of employment, and paid time off for bereavement, jury duty, military service, and parental leave is available after 12 months of employment. A retirement program with a generous employer contribution and additional voluntary retirement programs (457 or 403b) are available. https://www.kumc.edu/human-resources/benefits.html

Apply online at https://kumc.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/kumc-jobs/details/Occupational-Therapist-Program-Manager_JR005965?q=JR005965

Administrative Assistant

Are you ready to embark on a journey of knowledge and service? The Kansas Legislative Research Department is seeking a dynamic, motivated, and talented individual to become a vital part of their nonpartisan staff as an administrative assistant.
In this position, you will play a crucial role in helping to prepare the materials necessary to inform policymakers for the State. Get ready to showcase your exceptional communication skills and work collaboratively with a professional, educated, and diverse team. You will be making an impact in every step you take with others committed to public service and helping policy makers make better, more informed decisions.
The Department will provide you with the necessary technology tools and office equipment, for you to showcase and utilize your prowess with Microsoft Office Suite, and other document preparation tools to ensure the office’s documents are properly formatted and consistent to convey the weight and importance of the materials in the policymaking process. Some documents require you to be able to properly structure and format tables and visualizations consistent with the KLRD style, allowing lawmakers to quickly review information. Additionally, knowledge and use of document templates is preferred.
KLRD is also able to help with the professional growth of the selected candidate and fuel their desire and ability to learn new software skills quickly with the possibility of access to more advanced tools including various Adobe products, and other packages based on previous experience or learning aptitude.

The salary for the position is $45,000 with a high chance of overtime pay or compensation time (individual’s choice) due to the sometimes-unpredictable nature of a legislative session from January to May.

Send cover letter and resume to: KLRD_HR@klrd.ks.gov Attn: Maribeth Hamilton.

Small Engine Repair Mechanic

To be an integral part of our retail team by demonstrating excellent customer service skills Our ideal candidate takes pleasure in solving problems, is able to work under pressure and enjoys being part of a team. Teamwork at Sutherlands means participating in team decisions, maintaining good working relationships and supporting co-workers and our business goals.

Greet and accommodate customers as needed.
Disassemble, repair and properly re-assemble lawn mowers, trimmers, garden equipment, UTV and similar equipment
Troubleshoot equipment problems
Be cross trained to fill in at other departments as necessary
Work a varied schedule that may include day, evening, and weekend shifts

Must be knowledgeable with small engines and have own tools.
1+ years of shop experience preferred, but not required.
Excellent customer service skills
Friendly and outgoing personality
Motivated, hardworking and honest
Organized and Detail oriented
Qualified candidates will have a high school education or GED

We offer competitive pay, based on your level of experience.

Apply in person at Sutherlands Lumber, 2210 NW Tyler,
Topeka, Kansas 66608.

Technical Assistant


• High School diploma.
• Some technical aptitude or a strong desire to learn on the job.


• Establish minimum standards of performance.
• Provide training and incentive for job completion and advancement.
• Facilitate teamwork and efficiency through clear division of responsibilities.


• High company operating performance.
• 100% guest satisfaction. Exceed expectations.
• Service and quality excellence across all departments and disciplines.
• Highly trained and capable work force.
• Assured staff and guest safety.
• Compliance with all company, regulatory and federal requirements.



• Adhere to all company policies and procedures.
• Maintain professional conduct and appearance at all times.
• Communicate effectively up and down the organizational structure.
• Complete special projects or additional work requests made by management on time.
• Be proactive in identifying problems which may compromise service, quality, safety and/or company financial performance.
• Maintain a cooperative and sensitive teamwork attitude when dealing with management, staff, and customers.
• Demonstrate continued improvement of knowledge and skills as it relates to your position. Your work should be free of excessive errors and meet all standards of the position.
• Maintain a well-organized, clean and clutter free work area and warehouse.
• Always work to meet and exceed all regulatory, safety, and quality standards which relate directly to your job function.
• Ask for assistance when you are unclear on procedure and/or unable to complete tasks on time.
• Follow up on commitments and assignments in a timely manner.
• Meet with your supervisor at minimum quarterly to discuss results to date and future direction.
• R.E.A.C.H.

Job Specific:
• Work with Technical Manager or Technician in troubleshoot, repair, and perform preventive maintenance on games to minimize down time. Games should be kept in a like new condition.
• Communicate all game problems or arcade operational issues with the Technical Manager or Technician.
• Work full shifts when scheduled; whether working alone or scheduled as the second person on a busy night shift. An employee must be on location all hours of the day from opening to close without exception.
• Greet each guest that has a problem or issue with a smile and good attitude and ascertain what is needed to resolve the issue in the quickest and fairest way possible to the guest.
• Assist in cleaning games, loading games with tickets, filling Instant Win merchandise and perform other game room attendant duties when working alone or scheduled as the second person on a busy night shift.
• Ensure that the token changers are full of tokens and working properly and ticket stations are empty and working properly.
• Display instant win prizes so that they are appealing the customer and the cost of goods sold falls within guidelines.
• Ensure that token collecting and storage and other security procedures are strictly followed.
• Perform a weekly collection of games when required.
• Assist other locations in set up, tear down, game moves or improving their operations.
• Any other legal duties as required by the Technical Manager or Technician.

Compensation is $13/hour. Apply in store at Bonkers Topeka, 5515 SW 21st Street
Topeka, Kansas 66604 or online at https://www.indeed.com/job/technical-assistant-564c6d085e3f08bb.

Fitness Center Coordinator, Frankfort

Manage or oversee fitness or recreation facilities, ensuring safe and clean facilities and equipment.
Conduct needs assessments or surveys to determine interest in, or satisfaction with, wellness and fitness programs, events, or services.
Conduct or facilitate training sessions or seminars for wellness and fitness staff.
Demonstrate proper operation of fitness equipment, such as resistance machines, cardio machines, free weights, or fitness assessment devices.
Develop and teach fitness or wellness classes, such as yoga, aerobics, strength training, or aquatics, ensuring a diversity of class offerings.
Perform fitness assessments and write appropriate exercise prescriptions in the following areas: special populations including diabetes, arthritis, pulmonary conditions, stroke and osteoporosis; healthy populations of all ages including children, teens and mature adults.
Develop marketing campaigns to promote a healthy lifestyle or participation in fitness or wellness programs.
Develop or coordinate fitness and wellness programs or services.
Maintain or arrange for maintenance and cleaning of fitness equipment or facilities.
Maintain wellness- and fitness-related schedules, records, or reports.
Develops and implements community outreach programs.
Performs operational business functions including but not limited to member records, billing, statistical reporting, staff schedule, and budget development.
Greet visitors and patients coming into the Fitness/Rehab Center.
Orders supplies for rehab/fitness and tracks on spreadsheet.
Schedule patient appointments for Onaga recurring patients.
Review and manage registration and admissions for dates and discharges.
Retrieve records for HIM and Home health.
Sends out timely notification for renewal of provider orders and plan of treatment.
Sends receives and tracks all signed evaluations and scan into the EHR.
Receives incoming calls and takes neat, legible message for Staff.
Maintain well organized departmental medical record files. Including shredding 60 day old signed evaluations, reviews scanned items to audit if place in HIM charts.
Complete Registration process for admissions, discharges as well as completes insurance updates and changes to personal information. Adds modifiers to all claims in billing system.
Ensures accurate billing by cross-checking billing from treatment logs to Financial System.
Sells Fitness Center memberships, trains new clients, fitness based sales rep.
Act as a lead trainer for new staff in the receptionist role.
Maintains SQSS to ensure that tasks are completed timely and efficiently.
Validates the schedules in EHR to ensure they have the same Home Health data.
Supports and abides by the mission, values, and policies of CHCS in all activities.
On-going compliance with CHCS educational requirements.
All other duties as required.

Apply online at https://www.chcsks.org/about/careers