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Registered Nurse – Unit Manager (Job #10238011)
Supervise unit to ensure high-quality care. Must be skilled in directing, motivating and training staff. Must be able to react decisively in emergency situations. Obtain medications, supplies and medical records, as needed. Requires degree (BS preferred), N.C. nursing license and seven years of experience in nursing.
Social Worker IV (Job #10237002)
Requires a bachelor’s degree and a safe driving record. Must have knowledge of methods and principles of casework supervision. Perform advanced casework and respond to emergency calls providing protective, investigative, counseling and case-management services for children who are at risk of neglect and/or abuse. Will investigate and substantiate allegations as prescribed in guidelines, provide expert testimony in court hearings and provide follow-up case management.
Deputy Clerk (Job #10238730)
Closes Oct. 25. Will work in the Civil Office, filing, doing computer input, helping public at the counter and working in the court room. Must possess general office skills. Will assist in cashiering and micro-filming. Must have a high school diploma/GED. Must be a team player who can work well under pressure. Must be at least 19 years of age and a resident of Lincoln County.
Maintenance Control (Job #10238226)
Provide assistance to line station and contract technicians with maintenance-related troubleshooting and problem resolution. Prepare aircraft status reports, ensure aircraft are airworthy to meet schedule. Requires high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license, airframe and power-plant license and five years of experience in MAC-operated or equivalent aircraft and engines. Competent in MS Word and Excel.
Computer Programmer/Analyst (Job #10238232)
With limited supervision, analyze and define functionality for package using MS Access and SQL platforms. Responsible for designing and testing program logic, coding programs, program documentation and preparation of programs for computer operation.
Internship – Network Technician (Job #10238244)
Will work as support for the international operations in the IT Department. Serve as an assistant to the network manager. Duties could include: design, configuration, operations and updates of all network hardware and software applications. Must have an AAS in networking or computer or be working toward a degree with a minimum of one year completed. Able to communicate verbally; requires manual dexterity/visual ability to operate office equipment; able to lift up to 50 pounds; and mobility to travel to off-site locations.
Senior Building Inspector (Job #101237603)
Responsible for conducting plan reviews (residential and commercial) and building inspections in the enforcement of building codes and ordinances. Review new construction plans; up-fit plans, various plans and modular site construction. Take messages from designers with questions and changes to submitted plans. Meet with engineers and contractors; issue stop-work orders, check for building specification and code compliance. Requires safe driving record and valid N.C. driver’s license.
Transportation Manager (Job #101237584)
Responsible for coordinating travel services for senior citizens. Manage the Transportation Lincoln County program. Oversee vehicle acquisitions, repair and maintenance. Develop and monitor contracts for transportation services. Requires safe driving record.
Income Maintenance Case Worker I (Job #10237498)
Responsible for the determination of client eligibility for various programs. Interview clients to acquire needed information. Research and analyze eligibility factors; makes critical decisions regarding eligibility for federal and state programs. Maintain caseload to facilitate compliance with state deadlines. Prepare and maintain extensive documentation of the evaluation and assessment process. Requires a bachelor’s degree and one year of experience.
Several positions are available for the local school system, including teacher assistants for exceptional children, guidance counselor, media coordinator and others.