Below is a list of current job openings at all HD6 locations.
MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT – ALL CAMPUSES
Maintenance Assistant – Full Time. General knowledge of building maintenance, heat/air systems, and plumbing. Participates in afterhours “on call” rotation. Experience preferred but not required. Pre-employment drug screen and physical required. HD6 is an equal opportunity employer.
REGISTERED NURSE – HARPER CAMPUS
RN – Registered Nurse – Full Time. Competitive pay with excellent shift and weekend differentials and incentives. Stop by the Harper Campus, 700 West 13th Street to pick up an application or call Karen Aldis, CNO @ 620-896-7324 for more information. Pre-employment physical required, includes drug screen. Hospital District #6 is an equal opportunity employer.
LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE – ANTHONY CAMPUS
LPN – Licensed Practical Nurse: Duties include rooming patients, obtaining vitals, medication reconciliation, and using computerized medical records. Benefits available. Fore more information, contact Tonya Hekel, RN at email@example.com or 620-842-5111. Pre-employment physical required, includes drug screen. HD6 is an equal opportunity employer.
MLT/MT – ANTHONY CAMPUS
Laboratory MLT/MT – Full Time. Competitive pay with excellent benefits. On-call rotation. For more information, contact Human Resources or Katie Calvillo – Lab Manager at 620-842-5111. Pre-employment drug screen and physical required. HD6 is an equal opportunity employer.
ROZ (Rural Opportunity Zones)
Thanks to the new Rural Opportunity Zones program, there’s never been a better time than now to make rural Kansas your new home. If you’re looking for lower cost of living and better quality of life, Kansas is your best choice. Rural Opportunity Zones are authorized to offer one or both of the following financial incentives to new full-time residents: Kansas income tax waivers for up to five years Student loan repayments up to $15,000
To be eligible for Kansas income tax waivers, individuals must have: established residency in a ROZ county on or after July 1, 2011 lived outside Kansas for five or more years immediately prior to establishing residency in a ROZ county earned less than $10,000 in Kansas Source Income in each of the five years immediately prior to establishing residency in a ROZ county To be eligible for student loan repayments, individuals must: establish residency in a ROZ county after July 1, 2011 and on or after the date on which the county opts-in to the student loan program hold an associate’s, bachelor’s or post-graduate degree have an outstanding student loan balance http://kansascommerce.com/index.aspx?NID=320 For more information about the Rural Opportunity Zones program, click here or contact: Chris Harris Program Manager Kansas Department of Commerce firstname.lastname@example.org (785) 296-6815.