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Healthcare Jobs in Omaha, NE

Licensed Mental Health Therapist

BetterHelp

La Vista, NE

30+ days ago
Licensed Mental Health Therapist

BetterHelp

Plattsmouth, NE

30+ days ago
License Mental Health Therapist - Remote

Cyti Psychological

$65 - $107 / HOUR

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15 days ago
Certified Nursing Assistant or Medication Aide (CNA or CMA), full time evenings

Heritage Communities

Omaha, NE

2 days ago
Medical Support

US Navy

Bellevue, NE

7 days ago
Full Time Medical Assistant

BayMark Health Services

Omaha, NE

13 days ago
Full Time Dispensing Nurse- LPN/LVN

BayMark Health Services

Omaha, NE

11 days ago
Spc, Telehealth

VisionWorks

Omaha, NE

9 days ago
RN - Weekend Baylor - Home Health $20K Bonus

AccentCare

Omaha, NE

30+ days ago

Omaha Healthcare Jobs Overview

Young and old, sick and healthy—everyone relies on healthcare services. We need physicians to perform routine checkups to help maintain good health. We need skilled emergency room personnel, nurses, and surgeons to help save lives. We need mental health professionals to help us when we're in a tough spot. If you're looking for an opportunity to earn a living while helping others, Monster lists thousands of healthcare jobs that you may be interested in.

In healthcare, the possibilities are endless. You can respond to emergencies, care for the sick and elderly, diagnose injuries and diseases, or treat common aches and pains. There will always be a need for healthcare professionals. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare jobs are expected to grow 15 percent over the next ten years.

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About Working in Omaha, Nebraska

You might know Bob and Reuben, but did you know they're from Omaha? The Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge is known to locals as just "Bob." The 3,000-foot bridge that stretches over the Missouri River has his own Instagram and Twitter accounts. Reuben came to Omaha to play poker at the Blackstone Hotel when a chef named Bernard Schimmel and a grocer named Reuben Kulakofsky made sandwiches for the players to nosh during the game. And those are just two of the famous Omahans you'll join when you move to Omaha or apply for Omaha jobs. Other notable names are Warren Buffet, Marlon Brando, Gerald Ford, and Fred Astaire.

Omaha's nicknames include Gateway to the West, Big O, and Swim City. The moniker "farm-to-fork" describes the foodie scene in Omaha. It has several restaurants on the Good Food 100 list, namely Kitchen Table and Prairie Plate, recognized for their commitment to sustainable sourcing. Omaha has a lot to offer, but if you can't find the perfect job here, you can try including other Nebraska cities such as Bellevue, Grand Island, and Lincoln in your search.

Update Your Omaha Healthcare Resume

There are tons of healthcare jobs waiting for you to apply. But before you do, make sure your resume emphasizes your skills and qualifications, as well as your understanding of key changes in the healthcare industry. Monster's resume tips for healthcare professionals can help you choose the right resume format and buzzwords to boost your chances of getting an interview. Many healthcare employers will ask for a cover letter to accompany your resume. Have writer's block? Simply refer to our healthcare cover letter tips to learn how to create a cover letter that gets results. You can also learn how to properly format your cover letter by viewing our cover letter samples.

How Much Do Healthcare Jobs Pay in Omaha, Nebraska?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in healthcare jobs in Omaha, Nebraska, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median healthcare analyst pay in Omaha is $61,361 per year, which is 23% lower than the national average.

Find Your Next Omaha Healthcare Job. Monster Can Help Get You Started

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