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The Nebraska State Park System is currently looking for hard-working employees with a passion for nature and outdoor activities. Benefits and programs help employees stay healthy, develop their careers, and balance the demands of work and private life. Enjoy nature and benefit from preventive programs that help employees stay healthier and develop in their careers.

We also offer a variety of joint positions with partner agencies, including the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources, Nebraska State Parks and the Omaha Police Department. All correspondence regarding employment opportunities for employees in the State Park System should be sent to our Omaha Human Resources Office.

For law enforcement opportunities, please call 471-5531 for information on employment opportunities at the Omaha Police Department or call (Omaha) Police at (402) 543-5555.

If you are unable to follow the instructions to apply, need assistance or have additional questions, please contact your contact point at (402) 995-3109 or the Equal Opportunities Office at (402) 995-3 109. This job advertisement requires a required form and we look forward to finding the necessary documents for you. The "Application Procedure" section of the job posting contains instructions for faxing documents if this is the accepted method for submitting posts in the job posting. If the applicant or employee needs adequate housing or assistance, you can contact our Equal Opportunity Office at the Omaha Police Department or call the number (Omaha) Police at 471 - 543 - 5555.

With the exception of a few health professions, the vast majority of jobs require online applications. Therefore, it is important that you complete the online application process and then receive a system - a confirmation email. For job application instructions specifically tailored to this job posting, see the "How to Apply" section on the Omaha Police Department's Equal Opportunity Office website.

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Whatever your background, we invite you to join us and discover your true potential at the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. For more information on general career opportunities, visit the Omaha Nebraska State Jobs website or call 402-471-5494.

UN staff are happy to work with colleagues and support and enhance the quality of life at the University of Nebraska - Omaha, an emerging research university. We have the opportunity to work on a variety of research projects in the fields of environmental sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

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