Seasonal Job Opportunity

The Village of Cairo is looking for seasonal contract labor for the 2022 season to take care of the downtown landscaping, community center and pool park landscaping. The job includes weeding, replacing mulch, and trimming plants and shrubs. Is is an April through late August job. If possible the village would like the person to shadow the current worker for this season. For inquiries contact the Village office by May 1, 2021 at 308-485-4400.

Job Opening

Cairo Housing Authority in search of PT snow removal person. Beginning April 1, 2021 until end of season and then begin again mid-October when season begins.

Call CHA office at 308-485-4722 and leave a message to request an application and a call back from Amy Osburn, Executive Director

Executive Director of Housing Authority position open

Executive Director of Cairo Housing Authority.  This is a part-time position of 15-20 hours per week.  Works hand in hand with HUD so must be knowledgeable with computer programs, detail oriented and able to meet deadlines. Ability to communicate with a positive attitude with residents in this 18 unit complex is a must.  Please contact Lorene Culler at 308-379-5352 for an application.

Cairo CornStalk Festival Cancelled

It has been decided by the festival committee with the recommendation by the Village of Cairo board to cancel the festival that was planned for June. We feel for the safety and well being of the community it is best to just cancel for this year. If you have any questions you can contact Christy Osburn the chair of the festival. Thank you and be ready for a big celebration next year!!

Job Posting: Executive Director of the Cairo Housing Authority

Executive Director of the Cairo Housing Authority.  Duties include but are not limited to: The management of 18 units of rental assisted independent living apartments. Ability to understand and adhere to HUD government regulations and reporting.  Have  knowledge of federal, state and local  housing laws. Be responsible for all financial management including rent collection, payroll, insurance, budgets, grant documentation, audit preparation, filing of tax reports, accounts payable and receivable and inventory control.  This is a part-time position requiring 15-20 hours per week and available 24/7. A High school diploma is required however a college degree and/or previous housing experience is preferred. Must have strong computer skills, strong leadership and interpersonal skills with an outgoing, participative style and be motivated and able to multi-task.  Will require supervision over other staff and report monthly to the Board of Commissions with regular monthly meetings. Please call Lorene Culler at 308-379-5352 to have an application sent to you.