Current job openings at all HD6 locations:
JOB OPENINGS 12/1/2018
Complete an application or contact Human Resources
Anthony 620-842-5111 firstname.lastname@example.org
Harper 620-896-7324 x362 email@example.com
PRN Wellness Center Assistant- Harper
Provides supervision of the overall operation of the Wellness Center. Assists clients of the Center as needed. Performs routine tasks related to the operation of the Center. Must be 18 years old and CPR certified.
Anthony Primary Care Clinic: Licensed Practical Nurse
Full Time – Mon through Fri 8am to 5pm
Diagnostic Imaging: Radiology Tech
Full Time (32 hours per week) – provides on-call coverage after hours & weekends in rotation with other staff
Laboratory: Medical Laboratory Tech or Medical Technologist
Full Time (40 hours per week) – Performs moderate to high complexity laboratory testing as directed by medical staff for inpatients and outpatients. Responsible for lab equipment calibration and maintenance. After hours on-call coverage in rotation with other staff
Nursing: Registered Nurse – Full Time
Nutrition Services: Cook Full Time
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.