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Job Code: SOS Program 8.17.10
Job Title: SOS Temporary Program (Lincoln/Omaha)
Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Job Type: TEMP FULL AND PART TIME
Location: Lincoln/Omaha, Nebraska
Requisition #: 201401464
Department: Administrative Services (Department of)
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The SOS Temporary Program is an on-call service for State agencies and commissions. SOS continually recruits for applicants to fill a variety of temporary clerical, vocational and professional positions for the State of Nebraska in the Lincoln and Omaha area. The State needs temporary assistance for a variety of reasons: to fill-in for permanent employees who are on leave, to work in grant-funded positions or in special projects, to fill in for short-term increases in workload, or during interim periods while advertising to fill a permanent position. Salary is based on classification. As demand for specific skills fluctuates, not all applicants will be called for an interview.
Examples of Work:
Typicalclerical/secretarialduties include but are not limited to: accounting, answering telephones, creating reports, customer service, data entry, desktop publishing, developing and/or maintaining spreadsheets, filing; payroll, processing mail, recordkeeping, scheduling appointments and maintaining calendars, transcribing, word processing, data analysis, proofreading/editing/creating correspondence, working in a call center, web page development.
Typicalvocationalduties include but are not limited to: mowing, trimming, shipping/receiving, vehicle maintenance, janitorial tasks, carpentry, building maintenance and repair, snow removal, lab and/or field work, sorting/routing mail, operating cash register, tracking inventory, operating a fork lift and pallet jack.
Typicalprofessionalduties include but are not limited to: grant management and implementation; interview claimants to determine eligibility of services; process claims; provide legal counsel to agency staff; manage programs; conduct data analysis; compile reports; present information to agency staff, government officials, and the public; coordinate and collaborate with agency staff, government officials, and the public.
Qualifications / Requirements:
Office/Clerical:Ability to communicate in a positive manner to the public, government officials, and agency staff to exchange information. Knowledge of: standard office equipment such as photocopier, fax machine, personal computer, scanners, 10-key/calculator, multi-line phone. Skill in utilizing computer software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, EnterpriseOne/Edge, and NFOCUS. Prefer experience in providing clerical and administrative support, word processing, data entry, and working with the public.
Vocational:Knowledge of: The standard practices, tools, equipment, materials, occupational hazards and safety precautions associated with a variety of building and mechanical trades; standard tools and practices of gardening and grounds maintenance. Ability to: Use/operate hand and power tools in a safe manner; care for/maintain hand and power tools essential for maintenance and repair work; understand and follow instructions; do heavy physical labor and to work outdoors for long periods of time. Prefer experience in performing duties related to vocational trades.
Professional: Knowledge of standard practices related to specific profession. Applicable training/education and/or licensure for specific professions.