employment

Maintenance Workers


 

Job Description

Vacancies available in Charleston, Dora, Ellington, Hayti, Kewanee, Patton, Sikeston, and Saint Genevieve, MO

General Summary:

--- Maintenance Worker ---

The maintenance worker performs routine, entry-level duties related to the maintenance of the state's roadways and facilities. Responsibilities are performed under direct supervision.

--- Intermediate Maintenance Worker ---

The intermediate maintenance worker performs semi-skilled duties related to the maintenance of the state's roadways and facilities. Responsibilities are performed under moderate supervision.

--- Senior Maintenance Worker ---

The senior maintenance worker performs skilled duties related to the maintenance of the state's roadways and facilities. Responsibilities are performed under moderate supervision.

Examples of Work:

--- Maintenance Worker ---

  • Maintains state highway systems, including filling roadway joints and cracks and patching potholes; flagging and directing traffic; setting up signs, cones, arrow boards, and other traffic control devices; loading, unloading, spreading, and hauling materials and supplies; cutting and clearing brush; removing trash and debris from roadsides; cleaning and clearing ditches.
  • Maintains, cleans, and repairs state highway facilities, including repairing and replacing road signs and guardrails; cleaning curbs and gutters; painting buildings and equipment; and servicing equipment and machinery.
  • Operates vehicles to transport employees, equipment, machinery and/or materials, or to warn oncoming traffic, plowsnow and spread ice control materials; mows right of way using tractor mower and hand tools; operates auger, trencher, backhoe, forklift, and various trucks (e.g., dump, aerial boom, bucket, and platform).
  • May repair bridge decks (full and partial) and drains, and clean bridge bents/caps at heights on ladders or utilizing scaffolding.
  • May install signs, including structural and large signs at overhead positions, inspect truss signs, pour concrete sign footings, weld and cut steel sign posts, and repair and maintain break away and/or overlay signs.
  • May stripe roadways, install or remove pavement markings, and clean striping equipment; may operate rollers (glue and tamper), propane torches, shot/turbo blaster, walk behind grinder and other hand tools.
  • May perform pavement leveling, sand blasting and mud jacking, as well as concrete mixing, finishing, and replacement; uses various saws (concrete, diamond, wheel), jack hammers, and other pieces of heavy equipment.
  • May perform roadside duties, including mowing and spraying; planting grass seed, trees, flowers, or shrubbery; pruning and removal of trees; operating tree transplanter, chipping brush and removing debris.
  • May perform signal and lighting duties, including repairing roadway lighting; trenching for conduit installations; installing and maintaining radio equipment; and assisting in installation, repair, and maintenance of camera, message boards, roadway detection devices, and signal masts, arms, heads, and poles.
  • Cleans and performs routine maintenance on vehicles, equipment, buildings and grounds.
  • Performs other responsibilities as required or assigned.

--- Intermediate Maintenance Worker ---

  • Operates vehicles to transport employees, equipment, machinery and/or materials, or to warn oncoming traffic, plow snow and spread ice control materials; mows right of way using tractor mower and hand tools; operates auger, trencher, backhoe, forklift, loader and various trucks (e.g., dump, aerial boom, bucket, and platform).
  • Maintains state highway systems, including filling roadway joints and cracks and patching potholes; flagging and directing traffic; setting up signs, cones, arrow boards, and other traffic control devices; loading, unloading, spreading, and hauling materials and supplies; cutting and clearing brush; removing trash and debris from roadsides; cleaning and clearing ditches.
  • Maintains, cleans, and repairs state highway facilities, including repairing and replacing road signs and guardrails; cleaning curbs and gutters; painting buildings and equipment; and servicing equipment and machinery.
  • May repair bridge decks (full and partial) and drains, and clean bridge bents/caps at heights on ladders or utilizing scaffolding.
  • May install signs, including structural and large signs at overhead positions, inspect truss signs, pour concrete sign footings, weld and cut steel sign posts, and repair and maintain break away and/or overlay signs; may weld, repair, and fabricate equipment and implements as needed.
  • May stripe roadways, install or remove pavement markings, and clean striping equipment; may operate rollers (glue and tamper), propane torches, shot/turbo blaster, walk behind grinder and other hand tools.
  • May perform pavement leveling, sand blasting and mud jacking, as well as concrete mixing, finishing, and replacement; uses various saws (concrete, diamond, wheel), hand tools, jack hammers and other pieces of heavy equipment.
  • May perform roadside duties, including mowing and spraying; planting grass seed, trees, flowers, or shrubbery; pruning and removal of trees; operating tree transplanter, chipping brush and removing debris; may clean roadside parks and rest areas.
  • May perform signal and lighting duties, including repairing roadway lighting; trenching for conduit installations; installing and maintaining radio equipment; and assisting in installation, repair, and maintenance of camera, message boards, roadway detection devices, and signal masts, arms, heads, and poles.
  • Cleans and performs routine maintenance on vehicles, equipment, buildings and grounds.
  • May oversee an incarcerated crew.
  • Performs other responsibilities as required or assigned.

--- Senior Maintenance Worker ---

  • Operates vehicles to transport employees, equipment, machinery and/or materials, or to warn oncoming traffic, plow snow and spread ice control materials; mows right of way using tractor mower and hand tools; operates auger, trencher, backhoe, forklift, loader and various trucks (e.g., dump, aerial boom, bucket, and platform).
  • Maintains state highway systems, including filling roadway joints and cracks and patching potholes; flagging and directing traffic; setting up signs, cones, arrow boards, and other traffic control devices; loading, unloading, spreading, and hauling materials and supplies; cutting and clearing brush; removing trash and debris from roadsides; cleaningand clearing ditches.
  • Maintains, cleans, and repairs state highway facilities, including repairing and replacing road signs and guardrails; cleaning curbs and gutters; painting buildings and equipment; and servicing equipment and machinery.
  • Responds to roadway hazards such as snow, flooding, or traffic accidents and restores roads for safe driving.
  • Occasionally leads small crews in the absence of a supervisor or crew leader or assists supervisors in maintaining equipment usage, material usage, and employee records.
  • May serve as a specialist operating a motor grader, truck-mounted asphalt distributor, backhoe, power roller, bulldozer, striping machine, skid steer, mud jack, chip sealer, drag line, excavator or other heavy equipment.
  • May repair bridge decks (full and partial) and drains, and clean bridge bents/caps at heights on ladders or utilizing scaffolding.
  • May install signs, including structural and large signs at overhead positions, inspect truss signs, pour concrete sign footings, weld and cut steel sign posts, and repair and maintain break away and/or overlay signs; may weld, repair, and fabricate equipment and implements as needed.
  • May stripe roadways, install or remove pavement markings, and clean striping equipment; may operate rollers (glue and tamper), propane torches, shot/turbo blaster, walk behind grinder and other hand tools.
  • May perform pavement leveling, sand blasting and mud jacking, as well as concrete mixing, finishing, and replacement; uses various saws (concrete, diamond, wheel), hand tools, jack hammers and other pieces of heavy equipment.
  • May perform roadside duties, including mowing and spraying; planting grass seed, trees, flowers, or shrubbery; pruning and removal of trees; operating tree transplanter, chipping brush and removing debris; may clean roadside parks and rest areas.
  • May perform signal and lighting duties, including repairing roadway lighting; trenching for conduit installations; installing and maintaining radio equipment; and assisting in installation, repair, and maintenance of camera, message boards, roadway detection devices, and signal masts, arms, heads, and poles.
  • May oversee an incarcerated crew.
  • Cleans and performs routine maintenance on vehicles, equipment, buildings and grounds.
  • Performs other responsibilities as required or assigned.

Qualifications

Minimum/Required Qualifications:

--- Maintenance Worker ---

High School Diploma or GED/HiSET Valid Driver's License

A passing grade on the written portion of the commercial driver's license (CDL) exam is required prior to hire date. Must pass the driving portion of the CDL exam with tanker endorsement, no air brake restrictions (Class B), and interstate status (either Excepted Interstate [EI] or Non-Excepted Interstate [NI]) within 60 days after being hired into this position.

Successful completion of a work simulation examination and a medical-physical examination.

--- Intermediate Maintenance Worker ---

High School Diploma or GED/HiSET

Valid Class A Commercial Driver's License with tanker endorsement, no air brake restrictions, and interstate status (either Excepted Interstate [EI] or Non-Excepted Interstate [NI]).

Two years of experience performing roadway, roadside, bridge, or sign maintenance or pavement marking responsibilities as described in the following examples of work.

Successful completion of a work simulation examination and a medical-physical examination.

--- Senior Maintenance Worker ---

High School Diploma or GED/HiSET

Valid Class A Commercial Driver's License with tanker endorsement, no air brake restriction, and interstate status (either Excepted Interstate [EI] or Non-Excepted Interstate [NI]).

Four years of experience performing roadway, roadside, bridge, or sign maintenance or pavement marking responsibilities as described in the following examples of work, of which two years must be at the intermediate maintenance worker level.

Successful completion of a work simulation examination and a medical-physical examination.

Special Working Conditions/Job Characteristics:

--- Maintenance Worker ---

Job requires significant physical stamina and endurance, including the ability to move materials by hand, operate hand tools, and perform stationary flagging.

Job requires outdoor work that involves exposure to physical hazards, health and safety risks, and/or adverse or otherwise undesirable characteristics in the environment, including risk of physical injury from carrying out duties in heavy traffic areas, on or near heavy equipment or machinery, and with hazardous chemicals or materials.

Job may require overtime and nighttime work.

Job may require operation of vehicles to plow snow and spread ice control materials.

--- Intermediate Maintenance Worker ---

Job requires significant physical stamina and endurance, including the ability to move materials by hand, operate hand tools, and perform stationary flagging.

Job requires outdoor work that involves exposure to physical hazards, health and safety risks, and/or adverse or otherwise undesirable characteristics in the environment, including risk of physical injury from carrying out duties in heavy traffic areas, on or near heavy equipment or machinery, and with hazardous chemicals or materials.

Job may require overtime and nighttime work.

Job may require operation of vehicles to plow snow and spread ice control materials.

--- Senior Maintenance Worker ---

Job requires significant physical stamina and endurance, including the ability to move materials by hand, operate hand tools, and perform stationary flagging.

Job requires outdoor work that involves exposure to physical hazards, health and safety risks, and/or adverse or otherwise undesirable characteristics in the environment, including risk of physical injury from carrying out duties in heavy traffic areas, on or near heavy equipment or machinery, and with hazardous chemicals or materials.

Job may require overtime and nighttime work, and requires the ability to respond to emergency situations within a reasonable time period.

Job may require operation of vehicles to plow snow and spread ice control materials.

How to Apply

In order to be considered for this vacancy please go to the Missouri Department of Transportation Employment Application System (EAS) and submit an on-line application. Applications, and if applicable transcripts, must be received by no later than 11:55 pm of January 24, 2018

 


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Bridge Maintenance Crew Leader


 

Job Description

General Summary:

The bridge maintenance crew leader leads bridge maintenance crews in the repair and painting of bridges in the state highway system. Responsibilities are performed under moderate supervision.

Examples of Work:

  • Leads crew in routine maintenance/repair and emergency repairs of bridges, including setting falsework to support bridge to carry traffic while repairs are performed.
  • Leads crew in the painting and surface cleaning of structural steel bridges, the hanging of scaffolds and safety lines, and the handling and transporting of hazardous waste.
  • Trains or assists in training employees in work zone set up, proper flagging techniques, traffic control procedures, personal safety, and equipment operation.
  • Operates vehicles to transport crew, equipment, and materials to job site.
  • Sets up or ensures the correct set up of traffic control devices such as signs, flags, cones, and arrow boards; performs flagging responsibilities for traffic through work zone.
  • Leads crew in conducting safety checks of equipment and performing preventative maintenance to vehicles and equipment including monitoring fluids, greasing and oiling parts, cleaning, and making minor repairs as needed.
  • Assists supervisor with reporting of crew's performance, time/work hours, mileage, requisition of supplies, material estimates, inventory, and materials usage.
  • Performs lead worker responsibilities, which may include providing general instruction, assigning and reviewing work, coaching and training, providing guidance and instruction in the proper and most efficient methods of accomplishing tasks, and providing input to the direct supervisor on staffing decisions and performance management.
  • Performs other responsibilities as required or assigned.

Qualifications

Minimum/Required Qualifications:

High School Diploma or GED/HiSET

Valid Class A Commercial Driver's License with no air brake restriction and interstate status (either Excepted Interstate [EI] or Non-Excepted Interstate [NI]).

Employee will be required to pass a cardiopulmonary function test yearly, attend training on the use of respirators, and pass a respirator fit test every six months.

May require certification as a welder in the overhead position and appropriate methods. Five years of experience in roadway or bridge maintenance.

Successful completion of a work simulation examination and a medical-physical examination.

Special Working Conditions/Job Characteristics:

Job requires significant physical stamina and endurance.

Job requires exposure to physical hazards, health and safety risks, and/or adverse or otherwise undesirable characteristics in the environment.

Job may require operation of vehicles to plow snow and spread ice control materials.

Salary & Benefits

Minimum monthly salary: $3,213.00

How to Apply

In order to be considered for this vacancy please go to the Missouri Department of Transportation Employment Application System (EAS) and submit an on-line application. Applications, and if applicable transcripts, must be received by no later than 11:55 pm of January 23, 2018.


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Police Officer


 

Job Description

The Belleville Police Dept offers a great opportunity for a career in law enforcement with excellent pay and benefits. As a Belleville Police Officer, you will have a direct impact on the quality of life for the citizens you serve. Our department offers numerous assignments that allow our offices to train and deploy specialized skills and duties:

  • Patrol Division
  • Bureau of Investigations
  • Crime Scene Unit
  • Traffic Division
  • Special Response Team (SWAT)
  • Code Enforcement
  • Drug Tactical Unit
  • School Resource Officer
  • K-9 Officer
  • High Visibility Patrol
  • DEA Taskforce

How to Apply

If you possess the integrity, honor, committed work ethic, and courage to wear the badge, then the Belleville Police Department is waiting for you. A mandatory orientation is scheduled for February 17, 2018. To obtain an application, and for more information please visit www.belleville.net/jobs.aspx.


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Bulk Chem Assistant


 

Job Description

Primary responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all of the Totes and Pumps are adequately serviced and ready to go when needed
  • Maintain the Container Tracker Database, ensuring that it matches what is checked out vs what is on site
  • Rebuild Pumps and Totes as needed
  • Perform warranty work on Pumps and Meters
  • Primary Trainer on all Bulk Chemical handling systems

Secondary responsibilities:

  • Fill Totes
  • Cross train in other departments and/or job functions to gain a better understand of all departments to better prepare for future opportunities
  • Inspect the equipment to ensure that the Safety & mechanical items are in good working order

Work Environment:

  • Time is split between normal warehouse environment, wet and outside (exposed to Iowa weather conditions
  • Long hours are expected during busy seasons

Qualifications

Competencies / Education and/or experience required:

  • Must have precise attention to detail
  • Strong Mechanical aptitude
  • Must be a self-starter and work independently

Physical demands:

  • Must be able to lift 75lbs
  • Must be able to push up to 150lbs on a concrete surface
  • Must be able to work in humid or wet environments for long periods of

Salary & Benefits

Pay is very competitive and pay a premium over local Cooperative type companies. With more skills and expertise; the pay level increases. Hours are not limited in any of these positions. Growth potential for any of these entry level positions would become leads of their respective areas. 

How to Apply

Email resume to for review. 


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Driver


 

Job Description

Primary Responsibilities:

  • haul loads as assigned by the COO/ Head Truck Driver
  • lead by example wehn rolling out new protocol
  • Develop and maintain good company image in the trade and industry to achieve the company's objective for the overall growth and availability
  • inspect the equipment to ensure that the safety and mechanical items are in good working order

Secondary Responsibilities:

  • cross train in other departments and/or job functions to gain a better understanding of all departments to better prepare for future opporutnities
  • inspect the equipment to ensure that the safety and mechanical items are in good working order

Work Environment:

  • Time is split between normal warehouse environment and outside (exposed to Iowa weather conditions)
  • long hours are expected during busy seasons

Qualifications

Physical Demands:

  •  Must be able to lift 75lbs
  • Must be able to sit for long periods of time

Competencies/ Education/ and/or Experience required:

  • 2 years recent Class A driving experience; a minimum of 6 months to a year Driver experience and/or related experience
  • Class A CDL plus all applicable endorsements and out of state medical card
  • Clean MVR
  • Ability to pass the background check and a DOT physical including functional capacity exam and drug screen
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check
  • Able to accept alternative terminal assignments, willing to travel and attend training seminars, as required
  • Demonstrated ability of dealing effectively and in a cooperative manner with personnel/departmental staff
  • Knowledge of DOT regulations
  • Committment to working as a team member for the benefits of the organization
  • Self-motivated, adpatable and displays a high degree of accountability and efficiency
  • Strong mechanical aptitude

Salary & Benefits

Pay is very competitive and pay a premium over local Cooperative type companies. With more skills and expertise; the pay level increases. Hours are not limited in any of these positions. Growth potential for any of these entry level positions would become leads of their respective areas. 

How to Apply

Email resume to for review.


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Job Description

We’re looking for experienced leaders for the new NCCC FEMA Corps…this could be you. The AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) FEMA Corps Team Leader coordinates the activities of 10-12 Corps Members in service projects that solely focus on emergency management and long-term recovery activities with FEMA. You’ll provide administrative and logistical support in areas that include: educating communities, assessing needs, and collecting information; developing materials that promote disaster preparation to the public; ordering materials, tracking inventory, loading supplies, and managing IT equipment; updating electronic files, managing data, and compiling reports; working with nonprofits and government agencies to coordinate services for disaster survivors; helping survivors complete applications for disaster assistance; assessing and reporting damage to public facilities; setting up shelter operations and re-unification of families and pets.

Qualifications

NCCC seeks applicants who are experienced supervisors with prior service experience in communities, schools, non-profits, other AmeriCorps programs, or US military, and have demonstrated leadership experience with diverse youth.

Duties and Responsibilities

• Supervise, motivate, direct, and coordinate a team of young adults in a structured program of service, education, and training; maintain order; develop positive team morale; foster teamwork; monitor standards of behavior; ensure the safety of the members, including the proper use of equipment; model a good work ethic and work alongside members to set the work pace.

• Plan daily and weekly team schedules that will result in the execution of project objectives and activities. Manage service-learning projects, locally or on spikes (sites away from the main campus where teams establish temporary living arrangements for up to two months).

• Coordinate project logistics with unit leaders and project sponsors, participate in staff and member meetings, and serve as programmatic and administrative liaison between members and staff.

• Conduct regularly scheduled team meetings designed to unify team members by building consensus, resolving conflicts, and providing structured feedback.

• Facilitate, encourage, support, and model service learning integration. Conduct or coordinate training such as skills building workshops, safe work practices, team-building exercises, mini-courses, and physical training in collaboration with NCCC staff.

Salary & Benefits

In exchange for an 11-month commitment, Team Leaders receive the following: living allowance of $12,500, room and board, limited health care benefits, education award of $5,815, student loan forbearance, uniforms and the opportunity to travel and learn new skills.

How to Apply

For more information, go to http://www.nationalservice.gov/femacorps.

About the Employer

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Job Description

We’re looking for experienced leaders…this could be you. The AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) Team Leader coordinates the activities of 10-12 Corps Members in service projects that generally last 6-8 weeks on community outreach projects in the areas of natural and other disasters, environment, energy conservation, infrastructure improvement and urban and rural development. He/She serves as a role model, facilitator, educator and safety manager while encouraging high standards for 18-24 year old members involved in community-based service learning projects. The Team Leader serves as a liaison between the campus and project sponsor and reports directly to a Unit Leader. NCCC Team Leaders serves as a role model, facilitator, educator and safety manager while encouraging high standards for 18-24 year old members at one of our five campuses. These campuses are located in Denver, CO; Baltimore, MD; Sacramento, CA; Vicksburg, MS; and Vinton, IA.

Qualifications

AmeriCorps NCCC seeks applicants who have supervisory experience working with young adults and a high degree of patience, flexibility, and adaptability. The Team Leader position is a demanding job that requires long and intense hours. Applicants must be prepared for many challenges and be willing to make an 11-month commitment.

Duties & Responsibilities:

• Supervise, motivate, direct, and coordinate a team of young adults in a structured program of service, education, and training; maintain order; develop positive team morale; foster teamwork; monitor standards of behavior; ensure the safety of the members, including the proper use of equipment; model a good work ethic and work alongside members to set the work pace.

• Plan daily and weekly team schedules that will result in the execution of project objectives and activities. Manage service-learning projects, locally or on spikes (sites away from the main campus where teams establish temporary living arrangements for up to two months).

• Coordinate project logistics with unit leaders and project sponsors, participate in staff and member meetings, and serve as programmatic and administrative liaison between members and staff.

• Conduct regularly scheduled team meetings designed to unify team members by building consensus, resolving conflicts, and providing structured feedback.

• Facilitate, encourage, support, and model service learning integration. Conduct or coordinate training such as skills building workshops, safe work practices, team-building exercises, mini-courses, and physical training in collaboration with NCCC staff.

Salary & Benefits

In exchange for an 11-month commitment, Team Leaders receive the following: living allowance of $12,500, room and board, limited health and child care benefits, education award of $5,815, student loan forbearance, uniforms, transportation to and from the campus at the beginning and end of the program, and the opportunity to travel and learn new skills.

How to Apply

For more information, go to http://www.nationalservice.gov/nccc.

About the Employer

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Job Description

Are you interested in a career in emergency management? Want to leave your mark while learning new skills? FEMA Corps could be the perfect opportunity for you to get experience, while helping others. We are looking for men and women ages 18-24 to join our emergency management team. FEMA Corps is an NCCC track for young adults who want to gain professional skills in emergency management while serving with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) staff on disaster response and recovery efforts.

It is a 10 month, full-time, team-based residential service program that was developed in partnership with FEMA and the Corporation for National and Community Service, the agency that oversees AmeriCorps NCCC. As a member, you’ll be assigned to one of five NCCC campuses, located in Denver, CO; Sacramento, CA; Baltimore, MD; Vicksburg, MS; and Vinton, IA. Your focus will solely be on emergency management and long-term recovery activities within FEMA. You’ll provide administrative and logistical support in areas that include: educating communities, assessing needs, and collecting information; developing materials that promote disaster preparation to the public; ordering materials, tracking inventory, loading supplies, and managing IT equipment; updating electronic files, managing data, and compiling reports; working with nonprofits and government agencies to coordinate services for disaster survivors; helping survivors complete applications for disaster assistance; assessing and reporting damage to public facilities; setting up shelter operations and re-unification of families and pets.

Qualifications

18-24 years old and U.S. citizen.

*Priority will be given to applicants with knowledge, skills and abilities in leadership, motivation, commitment, flexibility, team building and a strong work ethic.

Salary & Benefits

FEMA Corps members receive a living allowance of approximately $4,000, housing, meals, limited medical benefits, member uniforms and a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award of $5,815 upon successful completion of the program. Plus you will receive additional training and experience to prepare you for a career in emergency management and related fields. You’ll learn about working with communities, public speaking, customer service, and office/management skills while giving back and positively impacting the lives of disaster survivors.

How to Apply

For more information about FEMA CORPS, visit http://www.nationalservice.gov/femacorps

About the Employer

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Job Description

Are you interested in traveling the country and earning money for school while helping communities in need? If so, AMERICORPS NCCC may be for you. AMERICORPS NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) is a residential national service program for men and women between the ages of 18 and 24. For 10 months, NCCC members serve on teams to meet urgent community needs in the areas of natural and other disasters, environment, energy conservation, infrastructure improvement and urban and rural development. Teams work on projects throughout the country with non-profit programs, state and local agencies, and other community and faith-based groups. Members are assigned to one of five NCCC campuses, located in Denver, CO; Baltimore, MD; Sacramento, CA; Vicksburg, MS; and Vinton, IA. During the 10 month term of service they will complete a variety of 6-8 week-long projects throughout a multi-state region.

Qualifications

18-24 years old and U.S. citizen, national or lawful permanent resident alien

*Priority will be given to applicants with knowledge, skills and abilities in leadership, motivation, commitment, flexibility, team building and a strong work ethic.

Salary & Benefits

NCCC members are provided with housing, food, health benefits, transportation to projects and qualified student loan forbearance. They earn a modest living stipend of about $200 every two weeks, before taxes are withheld. Upon successful completion of the program, they also earn a $5,815 education award that can be applied to future schooling or to pay off existing student loans.

How to Apply

For more information, visit http://www.nationalservice.gov/nccc

About the Employer

Information about the employer was not provided. Contact the employer for this information.


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