Cortez Transportation Company - Professional Chauffeur

CortezPosition Title: Professional Chauffeur
Job Classification: Part-time
Work Schedule: Varies
Reporting Relationship: Owner/CEO
Pay Range: $5,000-$35,000 annually, as determined by assignments
Location: Topeka, KS

Cortez Transportation Company, Inc. was established in August of 2004. Over the last 17 years, Cortez Transportation Company has built a reputation of providing professional and reliable chauffeured ground transportation services in Northeast Kansas and beyond. Cortez Transportation Company, Inc. provides professional, reliable, and clean chauffeured ground transportation services utilizing sedans, SUVs, executive vans, stretch limousines, limo buses, limo coaches, executive shuttles, and executive coaches.

Primary Accountabilities:
The Professional Chauffeur, at Cortez Transportation Company, will be responsible for transporting clients and passengers to and from their private residence, recreational events and workplaces using company vehicles. Chauffeurs could operate: limousines, vans, SUVs, buses and other passenger vehicles as permitted by licensing.


PARS - Licensed Addictions Counselor

PARSJob Title: Licensed Addictions Counselor
Job Classification: Full-Time, Exempt
Supervisor: Executive Director, PARS
Location: Topeka, KS

The Addictions Counselor serves as a primary source providing clinical services for PARS. This person is responsible for performing substance abuse evaluations for youth and adults (program offerings subject to change) and Person Centered Case Management. They may also facilitate presentations and trainings. Using the Communities That Care (CTC), and/or Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) model, local, state and national data, they effectively provide accurate information on alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) issues and other behavioral health issues that affect the PARS service area.


SynTech Research - Finance Manager

Classification: Full-time; ExemptSynTech
Department and Location: United States
Reports to: Director – North America
Work Schedule:  Schedule is determined based on business needs which may include weekends and/or holidays.

To provide competitive, independent, investigative research and product development in:  crop production; crop protection; food quality; environmental preservation, product stewardship, genetics and seeds.


KEPCo - Financial/Regulatory Specialist

KEPCOWork Schedule: Regular Office Hours, Monday through Friday
Job Classification: Exempt, Full-Time
Work Schedule: Regular Office Hours, Monday through Friday
Reporting Relationship: Manager, Regulatory Affairs

Primary Accountabilities: The Financial/Regulatory Specialist is responsible for supporting nearly all functions of KEPCo, by performing tasks that focus on evaluating and/or supporting the evaluation of any and all investments, regulatory involvements, power supply costs, and financial recommendations on behalf of KEPCo’s member distribution cooperatives (Members). This position’s primary responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: supporting the process of reviewing and analyzing rate filings and periodic formula rate updates made by KEPCo’s power and transmission suppliers; evaluating current practices to find cost-savings opportunities; supporting the development, implementation, and maintenance of KEPCo’s rate structure with its Members; analyzing potential capital investments related to all of KEPCo’s assets; evaluating and recommending cash and debt management strategies; assisting with developing and maintaining KEPCo’s financial forecast; evaluating economic development opportunities; analyzing impacts associated with new or enhanced Member services or programs; and assisting with developing any financial recommendations made to the KEPCo Board of Trustees (Board). Additionally, this position will support the effort to advise the senior management team and KEPCo Members on cost-related, financial investment, and economic matters. This position also will be responsible for other analyses, planning, forecasting, and strategy-related duties as needed and assigned.


Corefirst - Call Center Personal Banker | **$500 sign on bonus for new hires**

CorefirstPosition: Call Center Personal Banker
Reports to: Call Center Supervisor
Classification: Non-Exempt, Full-Time
Location: Main Bank - Topeka - Kansas

**$500 sign on bonus for new hires**

Job Summary:
A Call Center Personal Banker serves as the point of contact for customers and non-customers who contact CoreFirst via phone or the chat application on our website. Call Center Personal Bankers answer questions about retail banking products and services and direct callers with other needs to the appropriate bank personnel. Call Center Personal Bankers deliver the highest possible customer service as they perform all job duties and contribute to the bank’s business goals by referring customers appropriate products and services.


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Kevin Holland
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Cook, Flatt & Strobel Engineers

"We started working with HR Partners when we had staffing changes in our Accounting and Human Resources department. HR Partners has been there to assist us in that transition and has become a resource that we plan to continue to utilize.

Everyone in their office is professional, courteous, knowledgeable, and always very prompt. HR Partners has been able to provide advice and guidance on numerous HR topics and provided a mandatory Workplace Etiquette for our employees. They have also updated our personnel manual in order to provide clear and consistent polices for our employees. HR Partners would be an asset for any company looking for assistance with any human resources needs."