Locations

{{lk.pageTitle}}

Click any state on the map below to explore your options.



Profession Speciality City Shift Start Date
{{job.ProfessionText}} - {{job.ExpertiseText}}
{{job.City | titleCase}}, {{job.StateAbbrev}}
Start: {{job.StartDate | dateASAP}}
Shift: {{job.Shift}}
Alt: {{job.ShiftAlt}}

Displaying {{lk.jobs.length}} of {{lk.jobsCount}} jobs

Error: There are currently no jobs listed with these characteristics.
100% Complete

Discover Nebraska

Wide open spaces characterize much of Nebraska. Acre upon acre of untouched land stretches as far as the eye can see only occasionally interrupted by a sturdy town or big city.

Omaha is a bustling city that has hosted the NCAA College World Series – the “Greatest Show on Dirt” for over 60 years. The city also boasts one of the world’s most interactive zoo experiences with the largest indoor desert, underground caves and a walkable swinging rope bridge over a tropical rain forest. Omaha is dotted with distinct public art displays, museums and galleries. This creative spirit carries over into the bold dining scene from the mouthwatering Nebraska steak to more quirky cuisine and the pervasive sound of indie tunes drifting from the cities’ many live music venues.

Regardless of the city, Nebraska prides itself on having great football teams and loyal fans. In the fall, catch a game from the hometown favorites: the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers. Established in 1890, the Cornhuskers have an avid fan base. Make sure to stop by the pre-game tailgate to eat delicious food and maybe even get your face painted Cornhusker red.

Nebraska is rich with pioneer history and The Great Platte River Road Archway is an interactive museum that pays tribute to those that passed through Nebraska on their way west. There you can learn about the history of the land and its inhabitants.

Nebraska
;