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I was AmeriCorps member at the Center for people in need , then I got hired as stuff.
Answered January 5, 2018
I work eight hours a day with a regular 40 hour work week however everyone in the building works typical office hours except two. I am one of those two. As a Program Facilitator that facilitates inside the Nebraska Department of Corrections facilities instead of at the office like all the other employees the hours I work are at the mercy of when the Department of Corrections has time and room for us to come into the facility to facilitate. For me that usually means working some typical office hours a couple day's a week and then working second shift a few day's a week and those day's flip flop depending on which Department of Corrections facility I am facilitating in that week. That means I do not have a typical set schedule every week.
Answered August 10, 2017
Medical, dental, vision
Answered November 23, 2018
Be willing to help those who are in need, regardless of age, race, disability, religion, or opinion.
Answered January 5, 2018
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