The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 01, 1999, Page 12, Image 12

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Sterile Processing Technician
Responsible for decontaminating, sterilizing, assem
bling, storing and distributing reusable equipment,
medical devices and supplies for patient care. Maintains
sterile processing records and adheiBs to departmental
and OSHA procedures and guidelines. Requirements
’ include an ability to communicate effectively
with others and to organize and prioritize daily work
loads. The ability to react and perform under stress
and emergency situation is also required. Approximately
4-6 months of experience is preferred. Willing
to train if an instrumentation class has been completed.
Full Time Evenings (3pm -11 pm)
BryanLGH Medical Center East
Human resources
1600 South 48th Street
Lincoln, NE 68506
(402) 483-8610
FAX: (402) 483-8444
JOB LINE: (tap 483-3696
Student Custodians
NEBRASKA UNION now has openings for part time
custodians. Evening and day hours available including
weekends. $6.00/hour. Contact Bill Behmer at Nebraska
Union Main Office Room 220. *
Swim Instructors
Campus Recreation is hiring swim intructors forSpring
and Summer 1999. Hours vary. Call Lia 472-4770 or
stop by 55 Campus Recreation Center.
Telephone sales Monday-Thursday, 5-8:30pm, earn
$6+ per hour, relaxed atmosphere. Your desire and
motivation determine earnings. Call 9:30am-6pm,
Monday-Friday, 489-5779.
Nebraska's Grand Hotel is seeking the following posi
•Servers FT/PT/On-call AM/PM
(restaurants & banquets)
•Room Service FT/PT AM/PM
•Bartender PT
•Banquet Prep Cook FT Mid
‘Line Cook FT PM
•Night Cleaner Trainer FT
'Beverage Supv. FT
’Night Auditor PT
We provide uniforms, free meals & excellent benefits.
Apply In Person
Human Resources 7:30am-6pm M-F
333 South 13th St. Lincoln, NE
Use ‘L’ St. Entrance
Just a few blocks from UNL!
Now hiring PT am/pm servers, bar tender, cocktail,
carry out, host. Apply in person 17th & M St.
Vital Services needs dependable, reliable, individuals
to work with disabled adults and children, evenings
and/or weekends. Call 465-5664 or 476-0645 ask for
. Woody’s Pub
Help wanted- waitresses and doormen. Apply at 1330
Word Processing
Professional accounting firm is looking for an individual
to perform word processing and clerical duties. Must
be profic ent in Excel, Word and have a strong attention
to deta‘1. Flexible part-time hours. Must be
available Saturdays. Apply in person. Dana F. Cole &
Company, 200 NBC Center.
YMCA Camp Kitaki
Lincoln office has part-time office assistant job
available. Enjoy this rewarding job. Good computer
and general office skills needed. Apply at 6000 Com
husker HWY.-434-9225.
Centennial Mall Child Care
part time hours available 7-9 am 3-5pm. Apply in person
100 Centennial Mall North, Federal Building. Must
be 18 years of age. EOE
Need daycare in my home before and after school.
Two to three days/week. $7/hour. 420-5560, evenings,
432-3045, days.
Wanted: In-home child care for two year old and nine
month old. Part-time. Call Krissy, 464-8161 for infor
.The Department of Economics is seeking a student
with work study voucher to do a variety of clerical
tasks including typing, operating copying machines,
some phone and library research. Computer experience
is preferred. Apply to Carol or Pam at 340 CBA or
472-6387. $6/ hour, 10-15 hours a week.
Mother’s helper for summer- Omaha; 2 kids, ages 9 &
10, pool membership; must have own car; FT/Flex; ref
erences; 402/552-2101, Chris, leave message.
Summer Jobs!
6/20-8/19. Outstanding brother/sister sports camps on
largest New England lake (near Boston, NH White
Mnts, Maine coast) seek skilled counselors for land
sports, water sports, and the arts. Room, board, and
most trans. paid. Interviews available Union Rm 225
(1 -5pm) on 2/24 and at 3 in 1 Career Fair on 2/25- stop
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Must be IS-49 years of Me. possess a valid ID and proof of local address aod Social Securit
5020 N 27th Street Lincoln, NE 68521
Wilderness Nature
Camp Coordinator
Lincoln Parks and Recreation has an opening for Coor
dinator of its Nature Camp Program which i6 June 7
July 23 for K-6 grades, varied hours before camp
begins. 50+ hours during weeks of camp. Must work
well with youth, be able to supervise and be well or
ganized. Pay range is $7-$8.50/hour, depending on
experience. Apply at Parks and Recreation, 2710 A St„
Work with Kids
Lincoln Parks and Recreation summer playground po
sitions ($5.70/h) June 7- July 30, M-FT 9:15am to
12:15pm. Conduct outdoor activities for grade school
children. Appy now at Parks and recreation 2740 A
Street. 441-7952 EOE/AA.
Accounting Intern
Aliant Communications is seeking a paid Staff Ac
countant for the Disbursement Accounting Department.
The position is available immediately and will extend
through the summer. The potential exists for the
position to be extended beyond this time frame.
The incumbent of this position will be responsible to
audit construction jobs, work with continuing Property
. Record Development, assist in inventory reconciliation,
r and assist in special studies.
We are looking for an accounting major in either their
sophomore or junior year. The applicants must be able
to work at least 20 hours a week between the time of
7:30am - 5:00pm for most weeks during the school
year. Additional hours are possible if the applicant has
the availability, such as summer break.
-Candidates must be PC literate, and proficient with
Microsoft Office products, especially EXCEL. If you are
qualified and interested, please send your resume
postmarked no later than February 5,1999 to:
Aliant Communications
Attn: Jen Robinson
PO Box 81306
Lincoln, NE 68501-1309
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Cancun, Jamaica & Panama City Beach.
Student Travel Services
On campus contact:
Josh at (402) 436-7871
Rich (402) 438-7819
Spring Break-Last Chance
to “Break with the Best!” Join us in Cancun, Jamaica,
Mazatlan, or S.Padre. Prices from $399. SAVE $200 +
get FREE meals & parties. 1-800-SURFSUP
Accepting Our Bodies,
Accepting Ourselves—
Struggling with an eating disorder? Consider attending
this six week group that will cover issues related to
self-esteem, body image, healthy nutrition & exercise,
etc. Starts February 2nd from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
Contact Norma at 472-7450 to register.
Are You Interested in
Sponsoring an Election
Come to the information meeting to get details about
hosting a debate for the upcoming Student Government
elections. If you are interested but can not attend
the meeting, please call Marlene at 472-2581.
Monday, Feb.8
4:00pm- City Union
,Room to be posted
Meeting this Sunday © 5-7pm. RSVP by 2/4 for more
information: Jennifer O 474-6771 or Bobbi ©
Have your goals ever included receiving a scholarship,
enhancing your communication skills, expanding your
technology knowledge, participating in CASNR student
recruitment, or becoming a leader on campus? If so,
the CASNR Ambassador program is perfect for you.
Pick up your application in 103 Ag Hall, Dean’s Office.
Applications are due February 25. Apply today!
Eating Issues Support Group
Looking for a small, comfortable environment with
women who are struggling with eating issues? CALL
Tricia at 472-9428 for more information.
Paper Money coupon books
Pick yours up at
Commuter & Student Services
116 Nebr. Union
Free Assistance
With speeches, papers, etc. by Communication Studies
Club sessions every Tuesday starting February 2,
5-7pm, Burnett 331.
Gender Issues Discussion
A safe place for women and men to explore the impact
of gender roles on relationships, self, and society. Call
Jan Deeds at 472-2598 for information.
Kickball Tournament
The last day to enter the Men’s, Women’s and Co-Rec
Kickball Tournament is Tuesday, February 2. Enter
now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call
472-3467 for more information.
Racquetball Doubles
Tuesday, February 2 is the last day to enter Men’s,
Women’s, Co-Rec and Faculty/Staff Racquetball Dou
bles. Enter now at the Office of Campus Recreation.
For more information, call 472-3467.
Laura Cockson
Memorial Scholarship
m Information and application
available at 115 Nebraska Union
Deadline February 26
Making Peace with Food
Break out of unhealthy patterns. Develop flexible and
balanced ways to nourish yourself.
Wednesdays 3:30-4:45 pm
February 10- April 7
Register Sue 472-7450 / Karen 472-7478
We will be touring Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital on
Wednesday, February 3 at 5:30. We will also be able to
visit with an OT. Pleases meet in the front lobby of Ma
donna at 5:20. See you all there!!
Send a Valentine!
$5.00/15 words. $0.15/additional word. $0.75 billing
charge All ads include the heart artwork.
Deadline: February 11th before 3:00pm
You can send us your ad by email dn®, fax:
472-1761, Phone 472-2588 or hand it in at the Daily
Nebraskan Office. 34 Nebraska Union.
Student Government Elections
Filing forms for.
President 1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
Advisory Boards
Committee for Fees Allocation
Filing Deadline - Feb. 3 at 4:00pm
Election Day
March 3
Potts Open at 8.-00 am _'
Student Government
Spring Election
Filing forms are now available at 115 Nebraska Union ''
for the Student Government Election March 3.
Study Business in
China-Summer *99
“China—Emerging Markets’ is a 14 day course (June
5-20) that will take you to Beijing, Xian, and Shanghai.
Attend lectures (in English) at the University of Interna-,
tional Business and Economics, one of the most pres
tigious in China. To find out more, attend an informa
tional meeting Wednesday, February 3rd at 3:00pm at
International Affairs. 1237 R St (472-5358).
Women’s Rugby
Come out and learn to play Rugby. Practices on Tues
days and Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm in Cook Pavilion.
Questions, call Cassie 438-4121 or Sharon
475-4165. _
American Meteoriogical
Wednesday, February 3rd, Oldfather 209 at 3:30pm.
Lots of events occuring in February. Join us to find out
more. Everyone is welcome and refreshments will be
Biology Club
Special presentation by Dr Christiansen. Meet tonight
at 8:00pm in Manter 118. All majors welcome. Please
bring $5 for semester dues. __
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, Feb. 3rd, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.
Last semester, did you promise to become more in
volved and it slipped by? Well, now is the best time to
join our professional business fraternity, Delta Sigma
Pi. Help us celebrate our 75th Anniversary, establish
great business contacts, and make lifelong friendships.
Come meet us at our Meet the Chapter Nights,
January 25th or February 1st at 7:00pm, City Union,
(professional attire please) or stop By our Booth in
CBA, Tuesday, January 19 - Friday, January 29
Circle K
Volunteer with us in our community. Meetings Tuesdays
at 7:30 pm in Union. Questions, call Mark at
Ecology Now!
Meets every Monday 6:30pm at Student Union (room
posted). Everyone Welcome!
Got Work?
Explore career opportunities in agriculture. Thursday,
Feb. 4 at 5:30pm in the East Campus Union. Talk with
a group of agriculture professionals and sharpen your
job seeking skills. Free pizza and Pepsi. Please RSVP
by Feb. 2 to or call Dick at
Horticulture Club
Wednesday, Feb. 3rd at 4pm- transplant in the green
house: 5pm- meeting in Keim 327. Come to both for
t-shirts. Free food!_ _
Representatives from Pella will be speaking abut in
ternship opportunities on Feb. 3 at 7:30pm in the Union.
Also, free pizza and pop will be provided at 6:45.
Everyone welcome!
Jewish Student Association
Students interested in forming a Jewish student asso
ciation are invited to a meeting Thursday, 6:30pm in
the City Campus Union._
Mechanized Systems
Managment Club
Meeting to be held on Tuesday, February 2, 7:00 at
East Campus Union. Bowling to follow.
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Project CARE (Creating an Alcohol Responsible Envi
ronment) is holding an open meeting this Wednesday,
February 3rd at 7:15 in the City Union. Anyone inter
ested in promoting low-risk behaviors, planning cam
pus-wide events, or becoming a peer-alcohol educator
is welcome! Call Brett Stohs at 436-6112 with any
love is in the air*
You might as wall admit to it.
Campus Rec- Res. Hall
Appointments Bd -1999-2000
Tech. Fees & Info. Serv.
Deadline Feb. 2,4:00p.m.
Applications available at 115 Nebraska Union.
Student Government
Spring Election
Filing forms are now available at 115 Nebraska Union
for the Student Government Election March 3rd.
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Tuesday, Feb. 2
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