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To download the Region V Services Lincoln Employment Application to apply for jobs and mail in, click here for the PDF file.

To download the Region V Services Rural Employment Application to apply for jobs and mail in, click here for the PDF file.

For a complete listing of Lincoln job opportunities you can also visit one of the Lincoln offices.

Region V Services is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer.

Many of Region V Services job openings are for Community Support Professionals.  RVS desires dependable, creative and energetic employees to work with individuals who experience developmental disabilities.  These positions require individuals to perform some, if not all, of the following tasks.

  • Participation in community activities
  • Meal preparation
  • Shopping
  • Teaching with appropriate data collection
  • Maintaining financial records
  • Administering and documenting medications
  • Transportation, including the use of van lifts

Although applicants may apply for and be hired for a specific position, a supervisor may adjust work hours and locations based on the needs of the agency and the individuals RVS supports.

Some positions are gender specific based on personal care needs and/or the desire of the person supported.

Each RVS agency hires employees to work in their locations.  Within each agency, there may be more than one supervisor with a job opportunity for you.  If you are applying for multiple positions you must notify the hiring supervisor.

Employees working for Region V Services must:

  • Be 19 years of age or older
  • Meet minimum lifting requirements
  • Have a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Possess a driver's license valid in the state of Nebraska or a reliable means of transportation
  • Possess good communication skills

To ensure that Region V Services employes the best possible candidates, we will:

  • Check your references.
  • Submit your fingerprints to the Nebraska Highway Patrol and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for a national criminal background check.
  • Request background checks by Adult Protective Services (APS) and Child Protective Services (CPS) to ensure there is no involvement with abuse or neglect.
  • Verify employment eligibility through the E-Verify system.
  • Check your driving record.

Applicants must meet State Regulations.  Region V Services will not allow those applicants found to be convicted of the following crimes to provide direct care to individuals supported:

  • Child pornography
  • Abuse of a child or vulnerable adult
  • Felony domestic assault
  • Misdemeanor domestic assault within the last five (5) years
  • Shoplifting after age 19 and within the last three (3) years
  • Felony fraud within the last ten (10) years
  • Misdemeanor fraud within the last five (5) years
  • Possession of any controlled substance within the last five (5) years
  • Possession of any controlled substance with intent to deliver within the last ten (10) years
  • Felony assault without a weapon in the last ten (10) years
  • Felony or misdemeanor assault with a weapon in the last fifteen (15) years
  • Prostitution or solicitation of prostitution within the last five (5) years
  • Felony or misdemeanor robbery or burglary within the last ten (10) years
  • Rape or sexual assault


What our employees say. . .

13. Flexible hours - Region V Services recognizes the needs of employees and their families and allows staff to alter their schedule when it does not affect our ability to deliver a quality service.

12. Small agency size - This allows the Area Director to know everyone within their area program. It also allows employees to know each other within an area program, creating a smaller community environment within which to work.

11. Every day is different - The challenges and rewards of the work keeps it from being boring. We encourage each other to think and problem solve on our own.

10. Benefits are excellent - Health insurance, pension plans, and leave days are among the best available within our communities.

9. Salaries - Direct support salaries are among the best in the state.  Region V Services gives more of every dollar we receive to the direct support employees.

8. Excellent training - Staff that have worked for other agencies comment that the training for Region V Services positions is superior to what they have received elsewhere.

7. Opportunities for personal and professional growth - We encourage further education by providing flexible schedules, tuition reimbursement, and a library of resource books and materials. We also send many people to conferences and certificate programs.

6. Career opportunities - Growth as well as our policy to promote from within make more opportunities available to employees.

5. Fun place to work - If a person likes working with people with disabilities and dedicated coworkers, there is an opportunity to have fun at work.

4. Caring people - One of the reasons that people stay on as substitutes or return to Region V Services as employees is because staff care about each other. We have had a number of staff who have donated vacation leave to coworkers experiencing long-term illness.

3. Ideas are used - An administrative secretary in one of our programs had an idea for a new benefit - (voluntary life insurance through payroll deduction) - within three months it was available throughout Region V Services. The employee assistance program is another example of a staff person's idea/suggestion being implemented.

2. Commitment to quality - Region V Services is not going through the motions but is aggressively working to improve services. Just good enough is not good enough. We are truly dedicated to the people we support.

And the number one reason our staff say Region V Services is a good place to work. . .

1. Rewarding work - This is important work. We are improving lives and we truly value the people we support and their families.