Disability Rights Nebraska is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage people with disabilities to apply for positions that are available within Disability Rights Nebraska. To further enhance our efforts, we seek out talented and hardworking individuals. At Disability Rights Nebraska you will find a rewarding work environment and a collaborative work ethic that promotes excellence. We value diversity of culture, personal experience with disabilities and other life experiences.
Current Employment Opportunities:
TWO PROFESSIONAL LEVEL POSITIONS
Provides direct advocacy services to people with disabilities. Combination of four years experience, training or education relating to protective services, advocacy services or legal issues including investigation and case management skills. In-state travel required. Applicants that are bilingual in Spanish or know sign language and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Position opened until filled. EOE
INFORMATION AND DATA SPECIALIST
Prepares and generates reports, correspondence, clerical support to Legal Services Director, data entry and maintains databases and website. Applicants that are bilingual in Spanish or know sign language and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Position opened until filled. EOE
For either position, send cover letter and resume to: Disability Rights Nebraska, 134 South 13th Street, Suite 600, Lincoln, Nebraska 68508. Position opened until filled. EOE
Benefits available at Disability Rights Nebraska
Disability Rights Nebraska provides a comprehensive benefit plan. Benefits for full-time employees include health, dental, life, short-term and long-term disability insurance, a 401(k) retirement plan, and an Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
We offer supplemental insurance products that employees can purchase through payroll deduction.
Disability Rights Nebraska offers a generous leave schedule. Depending on your tenure with the agency, up to six weeks is available for vacation leave. There are 13 holidays (days off) and 12 sick days per year available to staff. Twenty-four hours of personal leave is available to non-exempt employees. Part-time employees may also be eligible for vacation, holiday, sick, and personal leave on a pro rated basis. A twelve week sabbatical for professional development may be available to employees that have completed 20 years of employment.
Regular work hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. Some work on the weekends or evenings may be required. Travel may also be required to carry out the work of the agency.