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Updated: March 28, 2011


                                                    Local Part-time Jobs
Local Fremont Resident is looking for a few students to do some general yard work and outside clean up. Contact Dave
Rise at 402-727-1364 for more information. (3/21)

Intergenerational care facility in North Bend is hiring for part time p.m. cook/aide available 27.75 hours a week, the position
does also require working every other weekend. Be fluent in English (read, speak, understand, and write) in order to follow directions on diet
orders. Have to be able to bend, carry 30 pounds, grab, push or pull 110 pounds, and exert 55 pounds of force to reposition equipment. Duties
include: dishwashing, preparing the meal and trays, servicing the dining area, and setting tables. Applicants will be given a back screen,
background check and drug screen. Business willing to train. Applications can be picked up at Birchwood Manor: 1120 Walnut, North Bend,
NE or if out of town call 402-652-3242 and ask for application to be mailed. Dietary Manager is Robin Kellogg. (3/21)

Bank of the West part-time Customer Service Rep – Position Summary: Provide high quality customer service by meeting the needs
of customers in an efficient and friendly manner. Identify sales and cross-selling opportunities. Perform routine office and clerical duties
while maintaining operational quality and standards. Acts as the customer’s first “point-of-contact- with the Bank. 30 hours/week, application
can be found online at https://www.bankof thewest.com/about-us/careers/job-search.html, search Fremont, NE for position. (3/14)

Residential Assistant, Fremont part-time. Evening hours (after 2pm) and weekend shifts. Able to communicate orally, and be
able to read, understand, and follow written directions. Must pass a criminal background and Adult/Child Protective check. Possess a valid
driver’s license in good standing and have an available automobile with state required auto insurance. Position description: providing daily
living needs and skills training to persons with mentally challenging conditions. Paid training provided. Must be available to attend daytime
training. There are 5 basic training classes to complete within the first month. Two Fridays in a row (8AM to 4PM) and a medical training
offered the first Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday of the month (9AM to 4PM). Compensation: $10.68 hourly. Benefits to be discussed. To
apply, complete an application at the Eastern Nebraska Human Services Agency, 935 Schneider Street, Fremont, NE 68025 or on-line:
www.encor-dd.org. EOE. (3/14)
Fremont National Bank Part-Time Teller - North Branch Provide customer service while conducting bank transitions. Looking for
individual who is eager and willing to deliver exceptional customer service at all times to external and internal customers. Must possess a
positive attitude about sales and be capable and willing to promote or refer bank products and services; participate in sales incentives, learn
how to refer various products and learn basic selling principles. Regular and predictable attendance is a required essential function of the job.
Computer, keyboarding and calculator skills required. Cash handling experience of 1-year minimum is required. To apply go to
www.fremontnational.com click on career at the top of the page then current openings in the middle of that page. Select “Find Jobs” in green
then type Fremont in where it says city to see the current job postings. (3/10)

The Nebraska Dept of Economic Developments’ Travel and Tourism Division is hiring temporary Tourism Aide/Guide
positions for its information centers along Interstate 80. For more information, contact Micheal Collins 402-471-3795 or
micheal.collins@Nebraska.gov. Job Description can be located on the State of Nebraska’s Personnel Web site: http://statejobs.nebraska.gov
once you are on the site, clock on “Today’s Jobs” scroll down to the third set of categories (Department) select “Economic Development,
Department of” category, click the “go” button to locate the job. (2/25)

Sherwin-Williams Sales Associate - Sherwin Williams, a leader in the paint and coatings industry, has an opening at our Fremont store
for a part-time Sales Associate. In this position, you will assist customers, stock and price products, maintain store displays and tint and mix
paint. Position requires 25 hours per week. Competitive salary, vacation pay, growth opportunities, company-paid pension (minimum hours
required to be eligible), company paid training, employee discounts. Must be able to work all scheduled hours and have valid driver’s license
and appropriate vehicle insurance. Apply at: The Sherwin-Williams Company 312 Main St Fremont, NE 68025 402-721-9746. (2/16)
First Congregational Church is hiring part-time for child care in their day care setting. Prefer a student who works well with
children and enjoys working with them. Hours will be Monday – Friday 3:30p.m – 6:00p.m. Stop in at 1550 N Broad St, Fremont.
Background check with drug and health screen will be completed. Position has the possibility of becoming fulltime. (2/8)

Clerk/technician at Hy-Vee Pharmacy – Perform general customer service; assisting customers obtain their prescriptions and ring them
out. Hy-Vee would help and pay for you to achieve proper licensing and national certification as a pharmacy technician. If you enjoy a fast
paced environment, have an eye for detail and helping people call Jim in the Hy-Vee Pharmacy at 753-2460 or stop in and visit with him.
Pharmacy technicians must be HS graduates and must also have never been convicted of any drug crimes. Hours 3pm until close at 9pm, 2-3
nights a week with weekend rotation availability. (2/4)

Youth Minister – St. John’s Lutheran Church, Bennington. Part-time, 20 hours a week, flexible schedule with evening and
weekend hours. Salaried - $15,000/year. Participate in confirmation program, prepare and lead Wednesday evening youth class session. Plan
and organize fifth quarter event. Easter Sunrise service, planning and recruitment of youth program students to lead the worship service.
Plan, organize and recruit for two annual outreach/service events in the Omaha area. Plan and organize retreats for sixth graders. Plan,
organize, recruit, and fundraise for mission trips outside the Omaha area as well as the National Youth Gathering of the ELCA. Complete job
description available in Career Development office, stop by or email Heidi timm@midlandu.edu for copy. Contact Rev Andreas Stein
andreasstein@rocketmail.com or 238-2483 with questions. (2/9)

Duncan Chiropractic is hiring for Chiropractic Assistant - Duties to include: Schedule appointments, answer phones, enter dr’s
notes, set patients up on P.T. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 3:00p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Approximately 9 hours per week. Contact Dr Kate Duncan
to apply 402-721-6372 511 N D St. Fremont, NE 68025 (1/11)

Viola Lessons for 10 year old girl. Forty-five minutes per week, Wednesdays after school. Contact Connie at 402-727-7641 or
daspurg@hotmail.com (1/6)

Scooter’s Coffeehouse is looking for part-time employees. Apply in person at 610 E 23rd St. Call 402-721-2888 for more
information. (1/11)

 Stephen Ministries – At Stephen Ministries, we hire people, not positions. During the hiring process we take a look at each person’s gifts
and craft the ideal position for that person based on his or her strengths and organization’s needs. We have openings for bright, motivated
people in four career areas: Managing, supervising, and leading the organization, Writing and developing new programs and materials,
Providing high-level administrative support, Providing information and support for customers. Mail your resume and cover letter to: Stephen
Ministries Attn: Stephen Glynn Director of Human Resources 2045 Innerbelt Business Center Drive St. Louis, MO 63114 or Fax to
(314)428-7888. Visit www.stephenministries.org/careers to learn more.
Seasonal Staff & Year-round Staff needed at Camp Courageous (facility for individuals with disabilities) in Iowa. Volunteer positions,
internships and paid positions available. For more information contact Jeanne Muellerleile, CCD; Camp Courageous IA; 12007 190th St. PO
Box 418; Monticello, IA 52310-0418 or 319-465-5916 ext. 2300 or email: Jeanne@campcourageous.org www.campcourageous.org.



                                                         Full Time Jobs
Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies has an immediate opening for a Product Specialist. The successful candidate will
support the Pricing, Business Analysis and Product Development units and serve as a technical resource in the development and testing of
rating and policy administration systems for assigned lines of business. Essential Duties: Initiate analyses and propose changes in rate levels
and rating structures bases on statistical analyses, company experience, competition, market conditions, legal climate and underwriting
practices to management and underwriting. Revise company rate manual pages according to decisions of management and underwriting
recommending appropriate cost components for use in statistical studies such as loss development factors, trend factors increased limit
factors, expense loads, etc. Compile exhibits, explanations, justifications and statistical analysis for the submission of company rate filings,
state filing forms and manual pages to the Insurance Departments. Assist in answering inquires form Insurance Departments regarding
submission, such as actuarial justification of filed rates, etc. Research, interpret and communicate state law requirements affecting coverage.
Submit issues to manager and/or actuarial or regulatory personnel for review. Requirements: Bachelor degree in mathematics or related field,
personal computer related spreadsheet software, excellent oral and written communication, proofreading, and computer proficiency. Please
send resume to: Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies Human Resources 3333 Farnam Street, Suite 300 Omaha, NE 68131 (402)399-
3178 FAX (402)393-7633 careers-ne@bhhc.com website: www.bhhc.com. (3/14)

Marketing Director - SOS Heating & Cooling in Omaha is looking to hire a marketing director and would consider hiring a
student part-time now with full-time employment upon graduation in May 2011. Interested students should email Jon Stuehm at SOS directly
at (402)391-2336 or jonstuehm@soshc.omhcoxmail.com. (3/3)

Merchandiser - Omaha, NE (La Vista) $14.90/hour with benefits. The Merchandiser is assigned to specific routes, providing
additional merchandising support to the route. Reporting directly to the District Sales Leader (DSL), the Merchandiser will received direction
and guidance from the DSL periodically throughout each week. This position is full time, averaging 40-45 hours per week. This job requires
working in all weather conditions, safely and efficiently place product within the recommended pattern following defined account standards
in all selling locations. Clean and straighten shelves/racks, checking code dates, rotating product and removing unsaleables. Check
shelves/racks for appearance and pricing accuracy. Assemble and/or teardown promotional and other displays. For more information on this
posting check out www.omahajobs.com. (1/11)

Auto Service Person – The Metropolitan Utilities District is seeking qualified candidates for this position in the Maintenance
Division to work 4:00p.m. – midnight, Monday through Friday. This individual will refuel vehicles as well as perform safety checks and
general service work on fleet equipment. This person is also responsible for transporting vehicles to various locations and picking up parts as
required. Interested applicants are required to have a High School Diploma or GED as well as have and maintain a valid driver’s license.
Applicants must be able to remove tires from storage racks and remove, repair and replace tires on vehicles. The position works outside for
extended periods of time, in all weather conditions, during refueling and routinely handles fuel, lubricants and cleaning solutions. A
Commercial Driver’s License and Haz-Mat endorsement is preferred. The position will start at $14.90 per hour with and outstanding benefit
package. The District will accept application only at 3100 South 61 st Avenue, Gate #1, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., until
January 21, 2011. Please check the District’s Employment Hotline at (402)504-7019 for information on other possible openings. Employment
contingent upon results of a drug screen and a background check. (1/11)


                                                            Summer Jobs
Summer Nanny – Fremont family living in the Washington Heights area is looking for summer nanny to care for their three children ( 3
Boys: ages 11, almost 7 and 4) for the summer months. Schedule would be mostly 8:00a.m. – 5:00p.m. Monday – Friday with slight
variations occasionally. Contact Ann Fuchs for more information: chadann@nebrr.com or leave message on home phone 402-753-3813, in
your message leave an evening contact number for them to reach you. (3/24)

A & T Farms Fresh Produce Warehouse Manager – Looking for a self-motivated and organized individual to load semi reefers.
Must be able to operate a forklift, and a manual vehicle, as well as lift up to 50 pounds. This is a seasonal evening position starting June 1 st
through the end of September. For more information, contact nelsonproduce@gmail.com or call Pamela 605-366-5905 (10/10)

A & T Farms Washing & Packaging Crew Manager – Looking for an individual who has great problem solving skills, the ability to
motivate others, and ability to work quickly with both mind and hands. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and operate a forklift. Will
manage a crew of up to ten employees. This seasonal position begins June 1 st through the end of September. Spanish speaking skills
preferred. For more information, contact nelsonproduce@gmail.com or call Pamela 605-366-5905 (10/10)

A & T Farms Field Manager – Looking for an individual to manage a picking crew of up to 20 employees. Must be able to operate a
tractor with planting equipment and manual vehicles. Individual needs to be self-motivated and able to motivate others. This position
involves both problem solving skills and hard physical labor. This seasonal position begins June 1st thorough the end of September. For more
information, contact nelsonproduce@gmail.com or call Pamela 605-366-5905 (10/10)

Summer Program Staff CAMP FONTANELLE – Summer objective: To provide servant leadership for the campers and volunteer
adults that come to Camp Fontanelle, by humbly facilitating the highest quality Christian camping experience possible. Areas of
Responsibility: Hospitality and Activity Leadership. Summer work will begin on May 22nd at 9:00a.m. and will end after the first full week in
August, Saturday the 6th. Salary is $220/week with a $20/week bonus to be paid at summer’s end if you stay on staff in good standing the
entire summer, with room and board provided for the summer. Applications can be found at www.campfontanelle.com under the employment
link. Please contact Derek Bergman, Assistant Site Director if you have questions at fontanelle@umcneb.org or call (402)478-4296. (3/14)

Creighton University Classic Upward Bound Program – Facilitate the academic, social, and cultural enrichment of high school
students by being a mentor, role model, and adviser while supervising participants primarily in the non-academic segment of programming.
Tentative dates: June 6 – July 8, 2011 (room and board provided) End of Year Trip: TBA. Work Sunday evening through Friday early
evening. Compensation: $2,500 - $3,000 for the six week program including room, board and travel expenses and all event admission fees.
Primary Duties: Live in residence hall providing supervision to all Project participants in general and to a specifically assigned group.
Establish and maintain positive, respectful, mentoring relationships with assigned group. Develop, implement and supervise a five-week
schedule of recreational and social activities. Establish positive relationships with parents and other primary caretakers of Project participants.
Uphold duty roster responsibilities. Conduct weekly meetings with counselees to implement activities that increase group cohesion, address
particular group concerns, and promote open communication. Qualifications: Junior class standing by the end of Spring Term 2011 with a
verified 2.50 cumulative GPA at any accredited college or university. English proficiency, experience having lived in a residence hall,
demonstrated maturity in using of appropriate leadership, previous involvement with educationally at –risk, culturally diverse youth
populations, experience working with high school aged students, commitments to helping students succeed in higher education, valid driver’s
license with a good driving record. Complete job description available in Career Development office, stop by or email Heidi
timm@midlandu.edu for copy. Contact Deanna Prentice, Assistant Director Classic Upward Bound 402-280-2959
deannaprentice@creighton.edu with questions. (2/9)
Summer Nanny –Live in is an option. Looking for female with a driver’s license who likes kids and staying busy. Live in nanny (or
not) June through July, room and board with car provided. 3 girls (ages 9, 9 and 7), must like dogs, pay can be discussed. Contact Nannette
Witte at 721-8211. (2/4)
                                                             Internships
Fremont Area Chamber Intern – Be actively involved in Fremont Area events (such as the Bull Riding Classic, Rural Living Expo, and
Toast to Fremont). Work on new website pages and many other exciting projects in both data entry and sales marketing. Desired skills:
Strong oral and written communication skills, attention to detail, ability to work independently and enjoy working with people. Will consider
any amount and configuration of hours a student may have to offer between 8:00a.m. – 5:00p.m. Mon – Fri. If interested, please contact Amy
Vanek at amyv@fremontne.org and include in the subject line: College internship. (2/28)

The Upper Republican Natural Resources District, located in Perkins, Chase and Dundy counties in southwest Nebraska,
has one paid internship position for students in biology or other related major. Duties would primarily consist of natural resources field work,
including GIS/GPS mapping and ultrasonic meter operation. Other duties as assigned may include data entry and assisting with educational
programs and science camps. This is a good opportunity to gain hands on experience in a natural resources field along with an opportunity to
assist with children’s science and educational programs. An application can be found on the Upper Republican NRD website,
http://wwwlurnrd.org/ along with a resume, needs to be received by the Upper Republican NRD no later than April 22, 2011. Resumes and
applications can be mailed to the Upper Republican NRD, P.O. Box 1140, Imperial, NE 69033 or email to dirkdinnel@urnrd.org. Successful
applicants will be contacted no later than April 25, 2011 for interviews. Hourly wage for this position is $11.00. Questions can be emailed to
dirddinnel@urnrd.org or 308-882-5173. (3/10)

HONOReform Foundation, a 501(c)3, is a national patient safety organization. The One and Only Campaign, started by
HONOReform and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, work to reeducate providers and inform the public of the absolute need
for safe injection practices. Seeking two interns to help with the ongoing marketing and outreach efforts. Interns will learn about and
participate in many aspects of the day-to-day mission of HONOReform Foundation; the majority of time devoted to the internship will be
helping develop a special event for fall 2011. Interns will be guided in all aspects of developing a significant awareness and fund raising
event, they will have the opportunity to enhance and supplement this event by putting to use communication skills and their own creativity.
The internship, approximately 8-10 hours per week, is unpaid. Expenses, including mileage, will be reimbursed. Submit your resume to
Steven Langan, Executive Director of HONOReform Foundation, at steve@HONOReform.org. (2/25)

Lutheran Lakeside Camp provides opportunities for professional and personal educational growth through supervised,
on-the-job experiences in recreation leadership, programming and administration. Length of internship is based upon the
academic disciplines requirements. Up to 14 weeks of internship can be developed. Usually internships occur during the summer months.
Compensation provided based upon the number of years experience related to camping. Based upon a salary schedule range from $100 per
week to a maximum of $230 per week (anything beyond 12 weeks will not be compensated.) If you are interested contact: Brent Stanek,
Program Director Office (712)336-2109 Cell (605)216-8709 stanek@LutheranLakeside.com (11/1)

KOLN/KGIN-TV is accepting applications for Creative Services/Video Production Internships in their Lincoln offices.
Intern applicants must be currently enrolled in a College or University. Hours vary depending on department but usually entail 15 – 20 hours
per week. Most schedules are flexible. This is an unpaid internship and interns must receive credit from the educational institution for the
internship served & must be taking courses relevant to the area of interest. Application Deadline is: Fall Semester Sept – Dec/Resume
Deadline: July 31st. Spring Semester Jan-April/Resume Deadline: Nov 30th. Summer Semester May – Aug/Resume Deadline: March 31st
Please submit resumes electronically by email to hr@kolnkgin.com by fax to 402-233-7885 No Phone Calls Please. (3/18)

Northwestern Mutual Financial Network is looking for candidates who are smart and self-motivated with strong interpersonal
communication skills. Paid Internship, NMFN provides a valuable opportunity for students to combine classroom learning with training
programs and mentoring opportunities. (Complete description is available in Career Development Office.) Contact Julie Brown at
juliette.brown@nmfn.com (402)390-8274.


                                                               Childcare
Work from home Mom is looking for someone to watch infant from her home during the work week, located near Mead.
Dad is a Midland graduate. Hours and days can be flexible. If interested, please call Sheila Shramek at 402-624-4018.(1/11)



                                                                  Tutor
Anatomy and Math tutor for 11th grader- approximately 2- 3 times per week, willing to work around student’s schedule. Contact
Quinn at 402-727-8019 or 402-215-2848 for more information. (3/28)

Biology Tutor for 10th grader – contact Stephanie at 402-727-4289 or 402-317-8131 for more information. (3/25)
Tutor for 7th grade girl who has had to miss some school and has fallen behind on school work. Mother would like to find MU
student to help daughter get caught up in her classes. Is willing to be flexible and work with schedule. Family lives in Arlington, but would be
willing to bring student to town at agreed meeting place. Contact LuAnn at 402-478-5126 or 402-317-8128. (3/22)

Tutor for 7th grade boy in math. Looking for MU student to work with son in Math, is willing to work tutoring time around students
schedule. Contact Joyce Shellgren at 402-312-4858 if interested. (3/14)




                                                              Volunteer
Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy a nonprofit organization, located in Valley and Omaha, NE. Mission is to
improve the quality of life both physically and emotionally for adults and children with disabilities through equine assisted activities.
Organization is looking for volunteers to assist in the program including sidewalking during sessions, tacking/un-tacking horses, grooming
horses, and leading horses during classes. Contact Melanie Henderson for more information. Melanie@hetra.org or 402-669-1504.
www.hetra.org (9/8)

Volunteer assisting English Language Learning Adults. This program is through the Fremont Public Schools. Program provides
tutoring for parents and child care for their children. Classes held at Washington Elementary School on Tuesday nights from 5:30 – 7:00p.m.
Contact Dr. Feezell at 941-6331 feezell@mlc.edu or Dr. Scott at 941-6342 scott@mlc.edu for more information. (9/21)

								
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