Do you like being outside and educating others about the environment? Is a career in natural resources for you? Story County Conservation has various seasonal positions running May – August including Vegetation Management Aide, Summer Naturalist, Conservation Aide, Park Ranger Aide. Responsibilities and required skills vary for each position.
Visit https://agency.governmentjobs.com/storyia/default.cfm to view job descriptions and apply.
Eddys Glass in Forest City is seeking a full-time glass, door, and frame installers. We fabricate aluminum windows and doors then install them into commercial buildings. General construction knowledge is a plus but a hardworking and self motivated person is preferred. Some basic hand tools are issued with all other power tools and safety equipment provided. We pay you to and from the job site no matter how far. We offer single/family health insurance, matched IRA, and a competitive starting wage. Please call 641-585-4241 or email.
YSS is seeking a full-time Youth Recovery Specialist for our residential facility in Mason City. The Youth Recovery Specialist will supervise and care for residents of the house on a rotating on-duty, off-duty basis, while providing an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust. The Youth Recovery Specialist is responsible for the daily living routine and general management of the house so that each resident can grow and develop as an individual to his/her fullest capacity. The position is mainly one of supervision and maintenance.
A high school diploma/equivalent and one year of human service related experience is required.
A valid driver’s license is also required.
YSS hires nicotine-free staff only.
For more information and to apply, please visit our website at www.yss.org
The City of Mason City is seeking an Administrative Assistant in the Development Services Department. Position is responsible for performing a variety of confidential, specialized complex and routine administrative Development Services duties, including serving as the administrative assistant to the Development Services Director, providing primary administrative support to the Planning and Zoning Division, providing administrative support to the other departmental staff, including the Transit Operations & Safety Division, and assisting in the administration of the standard operating policies and procedures of the department.
Minimum requirements: Associate’s degree or 60 hours of related college level coursework, 5 years of experience in an office environment, equivalent education and experience, proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
Starting wage is $19.37 hourly plus excellent benefits package.
Application and job description available at:
Human Resources, City Hall
10 First St NW, Mason City, IA 50401
641-421-3378, Monday-Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm
Or on the City’s webpage www.masoncity.net
Applications will be accepted until 4:30pm, January 24, 2018.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Clear Lake Bank & Trust is seeking full-time Tellers to join our Garner, IA team. At CLB&T our Tellers are the heart of our business, the first faces you see, and the trusted banking professionals our customers rely on.
CLB&T is hosting an open house hiring event in search of great Tellers! Meet our team and learn about us in an informal setting.
Garner, IA office
325 State Street
Thursday, January 11th
4:00 – 6:00 pm
Taking on-line applications and resumes at the event.
What we are looking for:
• Energetic, contagiously happy individuals
• Professionalism, high attention to details
• Steadfast integrity
• Committed to lifelong learning
• Cash handling experience
Who we are:
Clear Lake Bank & Trust has been a cornerstone of North Iowa since 1934. We are proud of our 25 years of service in Garner and look forward to a long relationship with our customers in the Garner community. As a locally owned, family business, we aim to support our employees as well as we support our customers. In 2017, CLB&T was named a Top Iowa Workplace for the seventh consecutive year.
With four locations in Clear Lake, Garner, and two Mason City offices, we take great pride in investing in North Iowa, both financially and through employee volunteerism. We strongly encourage our team to get involved in our communities through our chambers of commerce, schools, business groups and non-profit organizations.
Why work for us?
• Generous paid vacation, holidays, sick leave and volunteer time
• Opportunities to impact the organization through participation in committees (technology, marketing, wellness, training, compliance, etc.)
• Support of a healthy lifestyle through a wellness program and health club membership reimbursement
• Top notch benefit package with a fantastic 6% employer match on our 401(k) plan
• Top teller wages in the area
The City of Mason City is accepting applications for a Transit Driver.
• Part time. Working shifts include: 6:15am – 12:00pm or 12:00pm – 6:00pm
• Class C CDL with passenger endorsement required
• Position is subject to drug testing
• $9.50 per hour
• IPERS benefits
Deadline for filing applications is 4:30 pm, February 9, 2018
Positions will be filled as needed.
Application form and job description available at:
Human Resources, City Hall
10 1st St NW, Mason City, IA 50401
641-421-3378, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm
or on the City’s website www.masoncity.net
Equal Opportunity Employer
Responsible for the daily office packaging needs including communicating with office personnel, creating and completing paperwork, and computer data entry.
AA Degree preferred but not required.
Benefits include 401K plan, cafeteria plan, paid time off, health and life insurance and paid holidays.
Cerro Gordo Abstract Company seeks a detail oriented person interested in a career in abstracting. Duties include typing, researching, and indexing information related to title work. Basic computer knowledge is a must. We need a quick learner to perform a variety of work in a quiet professional atmosphere. Must be able to work independently and as part of a team oriented environment. Confidentiality and accuracy are essential. Full time position with benefits.
Must have at least a high school degree and some experience in general clerical and administrative support.
Applicants should send their resume to Office Manager, P.O. Box 1567, Mason City, IA 50402-1567 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
YSS is seeking full-time and part-time Residential Overnight Specialists for our new residential facility in Mason City. The Residential Overnight Specialist will supervise and care for residential participants during the overnight and morning hours, while providing an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust. The Specialist will remain awake at all times throughout the entire shift and will have a variety of different responsibilities throughout the night hours.
A high school diploma/GED is required.
YSS hires nicotine-free staff only. EOE.
Apply online: www.yss.org
YSS is seeking Youth Recovery Specialists in our residential facility in Mason City.
Come join a compassionate team in our new Residential Addictions program in Mason City where our staff work with adolescents to improve mental and physical wellness. We are seeking responsible professionals to promote sober living and commitment to lifelong recovery. Full-time and part-time positions are available.
A high school diploma/equivalent and one year of human service related experience is required.
YSS hires nicotine free staff only. EOE.
Apply online at www.yss.org
The Technician is responsible for providing technical, electrical, diesel, and mechanical support for all facility equipment. Incumbents are responsible for a variety of tasks involved in troubleshooting, testing, maintaining, installing, and repairing equipment within an assigned area. Although experience is preferred, we are willing to consider entry-level skills that the incumbent can develop to perform independently or with minimal supervision. Final grade and wage will be commensurate with background skill and experience.
Please apply at https://magellanlp.hua.hrsmart.com/hrsmart/ats/Posting/view/4897
Provide the primary technical support for assigned location(s):
Maintain a working knowledge of company policies/procedures as they relate to the operation/maintenance of the assigned assets, including System Integrity Plan (SIP) and US Department of Transportation (DOT) Operator Qualification (OQ) requirements and implement them into location work practices.
Attend and actively participate in required safety training meetings.
Perform routine testing, inspection, and maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of all assigned mainline and facility equipment/systems, including but not limited to: pumps, diesel engines, electric motors, electrical equipment, network and communications equipment, electronic and/or pneumatic instrumentation, process control devices and instrumentation, programmable logic controllers, measurement systems, product testing & analysis, piping systems, valves, centrifugal, positive displacement pumps, positive displacement meters, turbine meters, and similar other equipment and systems.
Operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair/overhaul large diesel engines that are the primary power unit for pipeline pumping stations.
Complete and maintain required documentation/records associated with performed maintenance and repair.
Manage location projects, including major overhauls, troubleshooting for diesel engines, repair and installation of pipeline or tank pumps and mechanical seals, new installations of pumps or motors, modifications of existing equipment, etc.
Serve on the facility emergency response team.
Perform other functions as requested by the Area Supervisor.
Skills and Qualifications: Valid driver’s license to drive a Company vehicle; Minimum of two years of experience in the maintenance and operation of industrial and chemical manufacturing process plants or equivalent industry experience. Experience in the specific field of operation and maintenance of Refined Products Pipelines, Terminals, Pump Stations is preferred. Two years of vocational/technical training from a recognized institution majoring in electronics, electricity or diesel mechanics is preferred. Experience with API 653 & DOT 195 pipeline operations is also preferred.
Seeking individuals with technical work experience that possess the basic required skills along with the ability to apply them within their assigned area of responsibility, independently or with limited assistance. Ability to provide primary technical support for assigned asset location(s)
* Demonstrated “hands on” mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and computer skills
* Effective organizational and administrative skills
* Communication skills necessary to effectively interact with supervision, other members of the workgroup, and other company representatives or customers.
* Ability to function as a team leader among a group that may include fellow employees and/or contractors.
Requires knowledge of cetrifugal, positive displacement pumps, positive displacement meters, turbine meters, and pipeline valves (either manually-operated or motor-operated.)
Working Conditions: Occasionally driving Company vehicles to perform duties. Physical demands include: constantly (2/3 or more of time) hearing, seeing (acuity, near, far, and depth); frequently (from 1/3 to 2/3 of time) talking; and occasionally (up to 1/3 of time) sitting, standing, walking, lifting (up to 50 lbs), carrying, pushing, pulling (up to 50 lbs), climbing (up to 70 ft), balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, handling, fingering, feeling, and wearing personal protective equipment. Must be available for some overtime during nights, weekends and holidays. Must be a self-starter and willing to function either independently or in a team environment. May require some travel.
Environmental Conditions includes working outside at pipeline stations and terminals, working inside in shops and facility buildings, working in remote locations at pipeline valve sites, and exposure to heat or cold, noise, vibration, and petrochemicals.
Additional requirements: Regular attendance; the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing in English with co- workers, supervisors, internal and external customers; the ability to work in stressful conditions; the ability to adapt and respond in changing circumstances; the ability to use a personal computer with the Windows(R) operating system to complete time sheets, send and receive email, and access information posted on the Company’s intranet; availability as needed to work on both a scheduled and call-out basis; and the ability to work at the assigned job site.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, skills, or working conditions.
Magellan Midstream Holdings GP, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, age, religion, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or on the basis of disability. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Under direction, to patrol an assigned beat in the enforcement of law and order to take special assignments in the protection of life and property; may be assigned duties such as juvenile counseling or school liaison; performs related duties as required.
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: The work of this class involves responsibility for the protection of life and property, prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals and the general enforcement of laws and ordinances in a designated area or an assigned shift or on special assignments. Duties normally consist of routine patrol, preliminary investigation, and traffic regulation, which may be performed in a police vehicle or on foot. The work involves an element of personal danger and the employee must be able to act without direct supervision and to exercise independent judgment in meeting emergencies. Assignments may include work at the law enforcement center on special tasks which call upon specialized abilities and knowledge. Work assignments are general and special instructions are received from a superior officer who reviews work methods and results through reports, personal inspection and discussions.
EXAMPLES OF WORK (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY):
ESSENTIAL: Patrols an assigned area on foot or by automobile for the prevention of crime and the enforcement of traffic laws and regulations; responds to radio and telephone dispatches and appears at scenes of disorder or crime; notes and reports traffic hazards and any other unsafe conditions throughout the city on public and private property; assists in controlling traffic at scenes of emergencies; investigates and prepares detailed, comprehensive, investigative reports on accidents, damage to property and offenses against the public; deals with the public in a courteous, equitable and effective manner; pursues fleeing suspects; arrests persons violating the laws and ordinances; issues citations; prepares reports on arrests and property impounded; checks buildings for security; intervenes in private or public disputes to protect the public and maintain order; performs medical assistance when required to the highest level of training, including rescue, removal and transportation of victims; takes custody of persons and assists with mental commitment procedures for individuals in need of such assistance; appears in court as a witness to present evidence and testifies against persons accused of crimes; performs initial investigations and assists in the investigation of crimes involving adults and juveniles; gathers and processes evidence and prepares reports to be used in follow-up investigations; executes search warrants when necessary; recovers stolen property; interviews persons whose actions are suspicious; locates, observes and records the activities of known police characters on field interviews; reports defective traffic control devices and signals; reports hazardous street situations that may endanger traffic; issues citations for parking violations; participates in training programs; maintains current level of medical certification along with yearly certification in CPR; periodically qualifies and maintains certification in firearms; keeps a log of activities; interviews and obtains statements from witnesses, suspects and victims; locates lost or missing adults and juveniles and runaway children; takes photos and fingerprints on arrested subjects; operates the intoxilyzer during OWI and public intoxication arrests; serves warrants and subpoenas; gives tours of departmental facilities; seeks and develops sources of information, and gathers intelligence information; maintains skill level in the use of force and self defense techniques; maintains firearms and other issued equipment; operates radar equipment, provides directions and information when requested; gives verbal warnings; checks buildings for security; inspects establishments providing alcoholic beverages; maintains a current awareness of outside agencies for referral as possible long range solutions in disputes; conducts photo lineups; photographs injuries; reports street lamps not working; removes objects from the street; consults with supervisors to discuss the effectiveness of existing policies and procedures and recommends necessary changes; assists other City departments as required; cooperates and assists other law enforcement agencies on police related matters; captures and transports stray animals to the City pound; participates in the DARE and OFFICER FRIENDLY programs, if selected; participates in the city’s intercultural competency training program; performs other related duties as required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
ESSENTIAL: Ability to read and understand departmental policies, rules, regulations, laws and police literature; ability to analyze situations and adopt a quick, effective and reasonable course of action giving due regard to the surrounding hazards and circumstances of each situation; ability to write clear and accurate reports; physical agility; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability to exercise physical custody or control of persons, including resistive persons, as authorized by law; ability to safely operate an automobile under routine and emergency conditions; ability to safely unload and manipulate various firearms; ability to safely load, manipulate and accurately fire handguns and shoulder weapons; ability to successfully complete required classroom and field training courses; knowledge of diversity, equity and inclusion; demonstrated ability to follow a management philosophy that is input-oriented and values equity, problem solving and development of partnerships; demonstrated ability to work effectively as a member of a team; desire to be part of an organization that values service, people, integrity, responsibility, innovation and team work.
ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
ESSENTIAL: Any combination of training and experience equivalent to graduation from high school, or possession of a GED equivalency certificate, successful completion of required Civil Service Examinations and experience working with a diverse workforce. College work in police-related courses is desirable.
NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Iowa drivers license. Certification as a peace officer in Iowa or ability to satisfactorily complete the basic law enforcement course at the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, which will certify the applicant as a peace officer and will certify the applicant in CPR and also as a First Responder.
OVERTIME STATUS: Non-exempt
APPLICATION: The City of Dubuque Civil Service Commission will be conducting a written examination and physical agility test for this position at 9:00 a.m. on March 10, 2018 on the University of Dubuque campus in Dubuque, Iowa. Check in will begin at 8:15 a.m. at the Chlapaty Recreation and Wellness Center located on the McCormick Street Extension. Applicants must check in by 9:00 a.m. Please bring a photo identification to the test. Please submit a Civil Service application to the City Personnel Office by 5:00 p.m. on February 9, 2018. Application packets may be obtained at the City Personnel Office, City Hall, 50 West 13th Street, Dubuque, Iowa 52001-4864. The Civil Service application, benefit summary and job description are available at www.cityofdubuque.org/employment. The Personnel Office may be contacted at 563-589-4125 or email@example.com. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and possess a high school diploma or its equivalent at the time of appointment. A pre-employment drug screen and polygraph examination will be administered. Women, minorities and veterans are encouraged to apply.
SPECIAL NEEDS–DISABILITY SERVICES: Persons taking the Civil Service test for the position who may need reasonable accommodations or other service requirements during the administration of the test, should notify the City Personnel Office at 563-589 4125 by 5:00 p.m. on February 9, 2018.
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Are you wanting to pick up extra shifts for extra income? If so, GrapeTree has opportunities for you!
GrapeTree Medical Staffing is now hiring experienced RNs, LPNs and CNAs to fill shifts that work with your schedule! All you need is 2 years of experience for RNs and LPNs and 1 year is required for CNAs.
We have immediate openings in facilities for per diem (day-by-day) or contract (long term) shifts. We have facilities all throughout Iowa!
CNAs: $18-$23/hour, LPNs: $30-$37/hour and RNs: $35-$42/hour at most facilities.
GrapeTree offers top wages, weekly direct deposits, online self-scheduling calendar (see all open shifts online and pick up the ones you want), text/phone notifications of open shifts and online credential monitoring.
Go to www.grapetree.org to apply now or contact us at 712-336-0800 Ext 225 for more information.