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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1999)
ployment opportunities available in the coming
months. Full and part-time, day and evening shifts for
each position, unless noted otherwise. AN positions re
quire the ability to sit and do repetitive motions for the
scheduled work hours. Good attendance a must. ALL
POSITIONS REQUIRE COMPLETION OF SUPPLE
, MENIAL QUESTIONNAIRE.
Office Clerk I *16-«500CR; $8.77/hr, Lincoln. Open
mail from maN-beit and sort the mail and/or file and re
trieve documents in batch numbered sequence and/or
document preparation for microfilming, mainly staple
pulling. REQUIREMENTS: Training or experience in
a performing general office work.
CLOSING DATE: 2/25/00.
Office Clerk IR #16-06601CR; $7.90/hr, Lincoln. EDIT:
Manual and calculator verifications of information
on tax returns. Aeview tax returns for compliance with
procedures and guidelines. REQUIREMENTS: Skill in
use of 10-key calculator. Experience and/or training in
bookkeeping, accounting, or tax preparation. ERROR
RESOLUTION: Perform extensive on-line computer re
search to verify and correct tax processing errors on
tax returns. REQUIREMENTS: Same as EDIT plus ex
perience analyzing and correcting generated error list
ings. CLOSING DATE: 2/4/00.
Data Entry Operator #16-065Q2CR; $7.36/hr Lincoln.
Validation of tax returns by numeric data entry or
input of primary numeric information from tax returns.
REQUIREMENTS: Skill or ability to operate 10-key entry
pad to accurately enter data. Skill level of 5,000 kph
required. Previous experience in data entry preferred.
REQUIRES COMPLETION OF NUMERIC DATA EN
TRY TEST AND SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE
ON OR BEFORE CLOSING DATE: 1/29/00
Laborer #16-06503CR; $6.68/hr; Lincoln. Lift mail
tray and mail bags weighing up to 50lbs. Operate mail
opener and envelope verifying machine. Move carts
and boxes. Sort batches by number and tax category.
REQUIREMENTS: Experience in mail handling valuable.
CLOSING DATE: 12/8/99.
Office Clerk II «16-06504CR; $6.84/hr; Lincoln. Op
erate microfilm machine to film documents. Limited
data entry. REQUIREMENTS: Training or experience
operating a microfilm machine or other similar office
equipment. CLOSING DATE: 2/25/00.
Apply to PO Box 94905, 301 Centennial Mall South,
Lincoln NE 68509; or any NE Job Service Office
NE STATE PERSONNEL
Under ADA and/or to
Apply call: (402) 471-2075
Hearing Impaired/TDD calls only: (402) 471 -4693
Earn $7.50-$10.00/hr officiating volleyball for Lincoln
Parks and Recreation. If interested call 441 -7892.
We are looking for a self starter interested in a fun
work environment with flexible hours. Call the Dry
Cleaning Station at 423-5580 today.
We are looking for dependable store clerks, cashier
experience helpful. Will train. Part-time positions, good
starting pay, with advancement potential. No Sundays.
Apply at the Family Thrift Center, 1745 0 Street.
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or pre
school age children?
•Are you excited about the development of children?
•Wodld you like to be eligible for a tuition scholarship?
If so, the Gallup Child Development Center may have a
position for you. Call our Interviewing Center Today!
486-6700, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. EOE.
Young adults wanted, high school or college. Earn a
full time income part time. Full training provided. Call
1 -800-691 -7801..>.
Assistant needed in home day care. Needed to work
Tuesdays and Thursdays starting in January. Call
477-1162 to apply.__
Would you like to lead a jump rope contest, reed
a story to a child, dip your hands in goopy
slime? If you can spell FUN, join our fnendfy
team providing before and after school care at
LPS elementary school sites, in a NAEYC ac
credited program. Full-time, part-time and sub
stitute positions available with great benefits.
Supervising Teachers:'Associate’s or Bache
lors degree in related field with child care or
teaching experience. Teacher Assistants: high
school degree and experience, flexible hours.
Complete an application at: Family Service, 501
S. 7th Street, Lincoln, NE 68508. If you require
accommodation to apply or interview, contact
Human Resources, 441-7949. EOE
Ideal live-in arrangement for college student/nanny in
Lincoln. Care for 2 girls Monday-Friday from approxi
mately 11am-6pm during spring 2000. Full-time during
the summer and approximately 2-6pm next fall. Mis
cellaneous duties. Call between 2-5pm at 477-3566.
7:30am-4:30pm Monday-Friday, 2 children ages 2 and
4. Transportation a must. Starting Jan. 3. Call
Why hike in our back country, ride horses on our rugged
trails and breathe fresh mountain air all summer
long? It comes with the Job. Spend your summer work
ing at Cheley Colorado Camps in Estes Park, Colorado.
Room and board, June 4-Auguat8. Apply on-line at
www.cheley.com or call 1 -800-CampFun.
Are you looking for part time work that will further your
career? Are currently available to work or will be next
semester? If so, we would like to talk to you. Crete
Carrier Corporation has an excellent paid internship
opportunity to learn the transportation industry while
applying accounting concepts you have learned. Ideal
individual will be self-motivated, detail oriented and
enjoy working in a fast paced environment. Prefer stu
dents who are pursuing a degree in business, account
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n Spring Break 2000 Vacation! Cancun, Jamaica. Ba
hamas, and Florida Beet prices guaranteed! Set kips,
earn cash, and go free! Now hiring campus reps!
ACT NOW) GET THE BEST SPRING BREAK PRICES!
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lowest price! 1-800-367-1252.
includes 14 free meals and 23 hours of free drinks
We've been taking students for 32 years. Want to trave
free, ask howl Call toll free, 1-800-395-4896
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Congrats to the new Spring 2000 Officers for Delta
President: Stephanie Traudt
Senior VP: Darius Jackson
VP Pledge: Hui-Chin Lim
VP Professional: Jeff Ramaker
VP CEI: Kathy Strom
Secretary: Emily Simmons
Treasurer: Ian Johnson
Chancellor Dave Ochsner
Historian: Kari Hanson
Assistant Treasurer: Jeremy Fraser
Congratulation new initiates of Delta Sigma Pi for fal
‘99: Andrew Beckenhauer, Jaime Breen, Amandi
Cosina, Malibu Cummings, Danielle, Eden, Jerenrr
Fraser, Paul Jacobs, Janet Lau, April Menzie, Heid
Merrill, Michelle Nielson, Jennifer Smith, Angel:
Vraspir, and Katie Obrist.
Eating Issues Support Group
A small, comfortable environment with women who an
struggling with eating issues. Wednesday:
3:30-4:30pm, Nebraska Union, room 338. Call Norm:
472-7450 for more information.
Go To China Summer 2000
Information session on UNL China summer program
today, December 1 from 3:30-4:30p.m. in the Nebrask;
Union (room will be posted). All majors welcome. In
temational Affairs, 420 University Terrace, 472-5358.
Fine quality jewelry. Save up to 50% off. 9am-3pm a
the Student Union, December 1 and 2.
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NU Pre-Veterinary Club
The holiday reception is TODAY at 4pm in VBS 124
Meet the faculty and enjoy holiday goodies!
Students With Children
Wednesdays, 12:30-1:30pm, Nebraska Union, roon
338. Call Gail for more information at 472-7450.
UNL HORTICULTURE CLUfl
Today and tomorrow at the East Campus Union fron
9am - 5pm. 4’ pots, $5; 6’ pots $8. Bring onp horn:
for the holidays!
Come celebrate the holidays with us at TGI Fridays o
December. 1 at 6pm. Please bring a $3-5 gift for ex
Meeting tonighfat 7pm in 327 Keim Hall. Tom Ha
from the American Society of Agronomy will be speakini
with us. Everyone welcome.
Monthly meeting tonight at 7pm In the East Campu
Union. Bring a silly gift for the gift exchange. FREl
PIZZA AND POP!
Next meeting soon! Dec.Sth, 5-7pm. Please RSVP ti
Britt at DrittsonOmsn.com or Bobbi a
Lewie680aol.com by Dec. 2nd. Looking forward ti
seeing you all!
Block & Bridle
Block & Bridle general meeting. Thursday Deoember 2
at 7:30pm for all members at the East Campus Uriior
Guest speaker is Larry Rowden.
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Friends Of The Deaf Community wilt meet Thursday,
December 2,630pm, at Bum Steer Reelaurawt_
ComeJoin us for our meeting of the year at P.O. Pears
at 5:30pm on Wednesday, December 1. Elections and
awards will be held.sfeii ■ 1
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Pre-Law Students l
Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity is sponsoring an in
ternship fair this Wednesday at 6pm in the Union. The
Republican and Democratic parties, the Attorney Gen
I eral's office, the ACLU, and the Ombudsman’s office
i will have representatives present. New members wel
Pictures will be taken on Wednesday, Dec. 1 at
8:15pm in Union ballroom. Questions? Call Sara
Mattes at 436-9495.
Students In Free Enterprise will meet today, December
1 at 5p.m. in the Union. Ail member encouraged to at
Student Education Association -
Please bring an appropriate toy or book with you as
SEA wraps gifts for children in the Lincoln area. Join
us Thursday. December 2 in Henzlik 203 at 6p.m.
Students for L.I.F.E.
Meeting Thursday, December 2 at 9pm in the Union.
Room to be posted.
Meeting tonight at 6:30pm at Old Chicago.
Congratulations to all the new officers:
: Venerable Dean: Justin Stine
Senior Dean: Gene Brown
* Junior Dean: Brian Jackson
Secretary: Derek Richardson
Rush Chairmen: Steve Ross,'Mitch Helms
Treasurer Aaron Scram
Risk Manager. Dave Scott
Senior Steward: Craig Haveman
Way to go!
- Your Brothers
Congratulations to the new Executive Officers:
President: Jake Messersmith
V. President: Spencer Stock
Secretary: Tim Domeier
Social Cham Ryan Anderson
Rush Supervisor B.J. Katzberg
Pledge Educator Chad Reads
Business Manager Paul Pankonin
Treasurer Matt Adams
Thanks for all your hard work... Lois- our house mother,
Trisha- our cook, andDesirae, Joel, Matt and Elsie
I -v in APT, a* the K A girts
Chanse is in the air...
Campus Rec. Advising Council
Residence Hall Representative
ie a part of the committee that governs Campus Rec.,
elp with budget prep., programs, rules interpretations,
Deadline: Dec. 17 at 4pm
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union.
NU STUDENT (NMENT
WEDNESDAY, DECEMER 1
INFORMATION AND AGENDA AVAILABLE
136 NEBRASKA UNION
Student Court 2000-01
Applications are now available
for term to begin in Spring of 2000
Deadline is December 17
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union
National Bank of Commerce
Part-time Positions Available
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Downtown (12 pm to 5:30 pm M-F, 8 am -12 pm 3 Saturdays per month)
Trust Clerk (15 to 30 hours weekly during 8 am - 5 pm workday,
Statement Clerk (11 am - 5 pm M-F)
Credit Card Collector (5pm - 9 pm Sunday, 4:30 pm - 9 pm M-TH)
Telecommunications Monitor (6:30 pm - 6:30 am Sat, Sun, Holidays)
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