Help Wanted: Three job openings in Kentucky

In this week’s Help Wanted, we’re highlighting three job openings in Kentucky.

1.) Firefighter Trainee- City of Murray; Murray, KY: A firefighter trainee can expect pay between $30,000 and $45,000 per year. You need a high school diploma. To learn more, including how to apply, click here.

2.) Police Telecommunicator II- State of Kentucky; Graves County, KY: This person will work out of Kentucky State Police Post 1. You need three years experience in the transmission, receiving and relaying of electronic information for law enforcement, emergency medical, fire, emergency management, military communications or traffic operations. You must also be currently certified as a Telecommunicator by the Department of Criminal Justice Training and be currently certified as a LINK/NCIC Operator. The pay is between $29,000 and $39,000 per year. To learn more, including how to apply, click here.

3.) Human Resources/Payroll- Atrium Centers Inc.; Salem, KY: Atrium Centers Inc. Is a short-term rehabilitation and long-term nursing care facility. A degree in human resources, Business, or related field preferred. You’ll need  computer experience for payroll, preferably with the Optimum payroll system. To learn more, including how to apply, click here.

If there’s a job opening you’d like us to let others know about, email me at jhorbelt@wpsdlocal6.com.

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