The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 26, 1999, Page 12, Image 12

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PC “Help Desk” Specialist
Two part-time help desk positions available in our
Computer Department located at our downtown Home
Office. Prefer Computer Science major. Experience
with Novell Netware, DOS, Windows 95, and common
applications such as Word and Excel. Knowledge of
C ++ and Pascal helpful. Flexible work schedule during
daytime business hours. Some Saturday mornings re
quired. Apply 9:00 - 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 23rd
through Friday, February 26th at our Human Resources
First Federal Lincoln Bank
13th & N St.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F
Part-time Station Attendant; evenings, some Saturdays.
Premium placed on mechanical inclination and
farm background. Apply in person at Pioneers 66, 48th
& Pioneers.
Playground Supervisors
Needed at Waverly, NE in a before and/or after-school
program. Minutes from campus, $6/hour and up.
477-4191,786-2756. EOE.
Security Positions
- in Lincoln Area
Part-time second shift Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
Part-time first shift Saturday, Sunday. Starting pay
$6/hour. Page John 790-3163.
The Hewit Center is currently looking for individuals
who are interested in tutoring Sociology 205 and 206.
Please call Kathy at 472-9985 or apply on-line at
Special Events
Must have your own 35mm SLR camera, flash, de
pendable transportation and willingness to travel. Pho
tograph and help people, have fun at Friday and Satur
day night events. If you like parties, action, people and
photography then put your camera to work, earn your
self some money and have fun doing it. Call: The Picture
Man 467-2577 M-F 1-6 for more information.
Spokesperson positions available on campus. 10
hours per week, $1 (X-$12 hour. Campus Information
Services 800-797-5743. Ask for Sean.
girl scours®
Make a Difference in the
Life of a Girl
Work at a Summer Camp
June-August, 1999
Join other energetic people who love
to work with girls ages 6-17 at a day
or resident camp in the Rocky
Mountains S. W. of Denver.
Positions available:
• Counselors
• Health Supervisors
(RN, LPN, or EMT)
• Administrative positions
• Horseback riding staff
• Specialists (crafts, archery, sports,
dance & drama, farm, challenge
course, backpacking)
Call 303-778-8774, ext. 341
for an application and job
description today!
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Responsible for decontaminating, sterilizing, assem
bling, storing and distributing reusable equipment,
medical devices and supplies for patient care. Maintains
sterile processing records and adheres 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
FAX: (402) 483-8444
JOB LINE: (402) 483-3696
Telephone Information
Gather underwriting and claims data via telephone. No
sales involved. 4:30 - 8:00pm, Mon. - Fri. Conscientious,
outgoing, pleasant phone voice, and' legible
handwriting. Vacation & paid holidays. Apply in person
to NE Farm Bureau, 5225 So. 16th St., Lincoln or call
421 -4400 for more information.
The Ashland Country Club will be hiring for the fol
lowing positions in April: snackbar, kitchen help,
cook, waitresses, and housekeeping. Contact Amy
Smith or Rick Reynoldson at 944-3344. Golf course
workers also needed, contact Jim Jelinek at
Nebraska’s Grand Hotel is seeking the following posi
'Servers (fine dining) FT AM/PM
'Renaissance Captain FT PM
'Banquet Servers PT
'Cashier/Bartender PT
'Cashier FT AM/PM
'Line Cook FT PM
'Night Auditor PT
'Door Staff FT/PT PM
'Night Cleaner Supv FT
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 UNU
The Martell State Bank
Hiring FT/PT Customer Service Representatives. Com
petitive wages and benefits. Apply at 4811 VanDom.
UNL Student
v Employee Position
Accounting Contracts Assistant at University Housing
Department. Effective immediately. SUMMER
FULL TIME, academic year 12-15 hours per week.
Computer experience required. Good mathematical
skills necessary along with strong telephone and prob
lem solving skills. Salary - $5.65 per hour. Stop by
1006 Seaton Hall for an application.
Wagner’s Food Pride has opening for part-time check
ers, Stockers and sackers. Flexible hours, all shifts.
Apply in person at 3308 A Street.
Web Assistant Wanted
A web assistant is needed that is interested in working
on dynamic news service and publication Web sites.
UNL’s CIT Unit is seeking a web assistant who uses
HTML and can prepare graphics/photos for the Web.
Graphic design and agricultural background are helpful
but not required. Hours are full-time in the summer,
part-time during spring and fall semesters. To apply,
call Lisa Jasa, 472-7981 or e-mail to
Wendys 14th & “Q”
Now hiring quality minded people for lunch and evening
shifts. Flexible hours, vacation, and meal discounts.
Apply in person.
Babysitter needed immediately in our home, nights,
pay negotiable. Please call Todd or Sherry 476-5823.
Experienced day care needed Tuesday and Thursday
mornings. Start as soon as possible, references nec
essary. 420-6469.
In home, 1 block from East Campus, flexible 20 hours
a week for 12 month old infant. Call Jackie 466-3405.
500 Summer Jobs/ 50 Camps/ You Choose!!! NY, PA,
New England. Instructors Needed: Tennis, Basketball,
Roller Hockey, Soccer, LaCrosse, Volleyball, Gymnas
tics, English Riding, Lifeguard, WSI, Water Ski, Sailing,
Wind surfing, Aerobics, Archery, Mountain Biking,
Rock climbing, Ropes, -Dance, Piano, Accompanist,
Theater, Ceramics, Jewelry, Woodworking, Photogra
phy, Radio, Nature, RN’s, Chefs. Arlene Streisand:
1 -800-443-6428;
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Have fun* Make a Difference* Summer in
New England
Residential Summer Camps seek staff in all individual
and team sports: Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Soccer,
Inline Hockey, Golf, Swimming, Sailing, Water-skiing.
Mt. Biking, Backpacking, Climbing wall/challenge
Course, football, Lacrosse, Coaching, General staff
positions, office, dance, and gymnastics. Located in
the mountains of Massachusetts just 2 1/2 hours from
NYC & Boston. Competitive Salaries + room/board.
Call Camp Greylock for Boys (800) 842-5214 or Camp
Romaca for Girls (800) 779-2070.
Healthy summer 'Stay in Shape* Work outdoors
Prestigious Northeastern
Pennsylvania Camp
Trail’s End Camp - Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Volley
ball, Mountain Biking, Tennis, Ropes/Challenge
Course, Hockey, Arts & Crafts (woodworking, ceramics,
photography, fine arts, video/film). Waterfront
(canoe, sailing, kayaking), Pool Instructors, Musical Di
rector and General Counselors. Top Salaries and
Quarry Oaks Golf Club
Quarry Oaks Golf Club is looking for energetic, per
sonable people with great customer service skills. Bev
erage cart, wait staff and bartender positions available.
Call 402-944-6004. Ask for Mark.
Summer Camp Counselors
Needed for Premier Camps in
Positions available for talented, energetic, and fun loving
students as counselors in all team sports, all individual
sports such a&Tennis and Golf, Waterfront and
Pool activities, and specialty activities including art,
dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper, rocketry and
radio. GREAT SALARIES, room, board and travel. June
19th-August 18th. Enjoy a great summer that promises
to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-NAC (Boys):
1-800-753-9118. DANBEE (Girls): 1-800-392-3752
Summer in Chicago
Child Care and light housekeeping for suburban Chi
cago families. Must be a responsible, loving,
non-smoking person. Call Northfield Nannies at (847)
Work With Kids
Lincoln Parks and Recreation summer playground po
sitions ($5.70/hr) June 7- July 30, M-F, 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.
Youth Camp Staff
UNL Office of Campus Recreation
Positions for students (40 hours/week and part-time
positions available) May 31st - August 6th at $5.50 -
$6.00 per hour. Qualifications: Previous experience re
lated to youth activities and recreation is desirable.
Lifeguards also needed. Applications available at 55
Campus Recreation Center or 32 East Campus Activi
ties Building. Application deadline March 19th.
Guaranteed lowest prices to
Cancun, Jamaica & Panama City Beach.
Student Travel Services
On campus contact:
Josh at (402) 436-7871
Rich (402) 438-7819
Applications are out. Pick one up at Student Involve
ment, NU 200 or EU 300 or at the Culture Center 333
N. 14th Street. Due March 5th.
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Are you interested in helping others get connected?
Then work tor Student Involvement next Year!
Positions available in the following areas:
Involvement r
Leadership '
Minority Student Development/Culture Center
Social Activity Development
Student Organization Services
Volunteer Services
Women’s Center/Gender Equity (
Applications are available at 200 Nebraska Union, t
300 Nebraska East Union, Culture Center and
Women’s Center.
Application deadline has been
extended to Friday, March 5. v
Questions, please call Student Involvement at f
ASUN Election
Wednesday, March 3
Absentee and '
Disabled Voter Ballots
available at 115 Nebr. Union
Questions—call 472-2581 {
Attention CBA Students
Would you like an opportunity to ask questions and
discuss issues concerning CBA with Administration,
Faculty and Students? If so, plan to attend the CBA (
“Town Hall” Forum on Tuesday, March 2nd in CBA
143 at 5:30pm.
Attention Engineering
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Looking for an opportunity to use your education now
and in the future? Can you use two or three year
scholarship plus $150 a month? If so, Call Army ROTC
for more info, 472-4269.
Business Dining Etiquette Seminar and Dinner
Thursday March 4, 5:30-8:30 pm. Learn the basics of
conducting a job interview over a meal. Dinner will be
served. Make your reservation and pay $15 meal
charge in room 230, Nebraska Union.
Death Penalty:
What’s your opinion? Voice your opinion Monday,
March 1st at 3:30-5:00. Room Posted.
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Don’t miss out...
The 1999 Women’s Leadership Conference is fast ap
proaching. This year's conference, Brick by Brick,
Women Building a Community of Empowerment will be
held in the Nebraska Union Auditorium on Saturday,
February 27th. You can pick up a registration in advance
at Student Involvement and the Women’s Center or reg
. ister the day of the event. Questions? Call
student Involvement at 472-2454.
Be ready to build
your community of empowerment!
Intramural Indoor
Track Meet
The Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track Meet will take
place on Sunday, February 28th at the Devaney Sports
Center Track. No advance entry required. Call
Laura Cockson
Memorial Scholarship
Information and application
available at the following locations
ASUN-115.Ctty Union
Student Involvement-Ctty and East Union
Multi-Cultural Affaire-220 Admin
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs-106 Admin
Deadline Feb. 26
Pre-Law Students
Nebraska College of Law representatives will meet stu
dents Monday, March 1,1:30-3:30, Arts and Sciences
Advising Center, 107 Oldfather. Stop by or call
472-4190 for appointment.
Psi Chi applications are due by 10:00 am, 3/1/99,1st
floor Burnett bulletin board. No exceptions!
Rodeo Club
Ads need to be in to George by 3pm Friday, February
Surrogate Mothers wanted. Fee plus expenses for car
rying a couple’s child. Must be 18-35 and previously
had a child. Steven Litz, Attorney (317) 996-2000.
Theology for Lunch
“Respectful Disagreements”
Bom Again: Nicodemus and Jesus
Friday, February 26,11:30am, Brown Bag Lunch,
. Noon Program. Rev. Kathryn Campbell and Rev. Tom
Barber, speaking, City Campus Union.
Get the ID-Code.
With banquets, shows,
exhibitions, food, games and
much more. Brought to you by
-Asian Student Alliance
and Malaysian
Student Association.
March 4th, 5th and 6th,
_City Union._
Arts and Sciences Advisers
Applications are available for undergraduate students
in A&S for Arts and Sciences Student Advisor positions
at 107 Oldfather. Deadline is Monday, March 1,
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday and
every Sunday at 7:00PM in the Union Centennial room.
There will be a SNA meeting on Monday, March 1 st at
1:00pm at Benton Hall basement, pre-nursing students
invited. Please attend if interested in running for an of
Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Student Association.
General meeting. All welcome. Meet your new
President! Monday, March 1st, at 5pm in the GLBT
Resource Center (234 NU). For more information contact
the GLBT Graduate Assistant 472-0
Quote of the week: “Size Matters* - The bigger the *
better! Call the N-Zone to reserve your next house party.
’- Yours truly, D.J. Foot
. belated congratulations to Doug Knobe on his Mon
ay night MVR What's next, Doug, the Hetsman?
vour brothers
Congratulations to our new Fraternity Education Com
littee and Standards Board members. May you lead
rith integrity!
vour brothers
Congratulations to Sarah Lilly on her pearling to J.D.
lalrymple. Way to keep a secret!
Xi love, vour sisters
Vait ‘till the next snow...We'll beat you in a snowball
ght re-match!
Love, The Ladies of Alpha Xi Delta
hanks for the pajama jammy jam party! It was great
a see you in your P.J.'s
Love, The Ladies of Alpha Xi Delta
Congratulations to Sarah Kimbrough on being accepted
d Creighton Pharmacy School. We’re proud of you!
-Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations Lyn Klein on your recent engagement!
_Love, vour sisters
k belated thanks for the FAC on Friday. Next time we
ravel around the world, we’ll be looking for you.
__Alpha Gamma Sigma
rhanks for coming over last Friday. Hope to chill with
fou sometime soon. Stay dry.
Congratulations to our new rush chair, Corey Rhone.
-your brothers
Congratulations to Joe Maher for being elected Jr. IFC
__your brothers
All-Party meeting 4pm
Sunday, February 28, City Union
Thanks for all the FUN last night gang! •
jcfcafter * * Mumh
Get ready for the big event!
All-Party meeting Sunday at 3:00pm,
in the City Union. _
Vote For Independence
Independent Candidate Tom Scott is running for
Teachers College Senate. Thoughts and ideas are ap
preciated. Please join him at the City Union on Sunday
for a Town Hall meeting. Begins at 7pm._
FOUND: Keys at 14th & Q around 4pm, Wednesday,
February 24th. -
Lost: Ring at Rec Center weight room, February 23.
Reward. 475-3740._
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