Lincoln Industries is always looking for talented people. Everyone brings certain abilities to a company. You bring the talent--we'll teach the skills!
Lincoln Industries believes in building a talent-based organization which starts by putting each person in the 'right seat on the bus.' If you do what you are passionate about and use your natural talents, you will have a long and fulfilling career.
Do you build trust easily with others and build a strong team? Are you competitive and results oriented? Do you have a positive outlook on life? If so, you may be a fit for Lincoln Industries. Building a talent-based organization is the key to being a great place to work.
Lincoln Industries has our own college for training and development: Vision College. The purpose of Vision College is to develop talents to improve performance. It is based on the company's values and commitment to the development of our people.
Your development and training may be focused on your interests today or on your ambitions for tomorrow. The Vision College is a unique development function which is available to everyone to drive performance improvements. With your manager, the Vision College and your effort, personal potential and career goals are attainable.
An important Lincoln Industries belief: 'Appropriate recognition motivates our people to be successful. Recognition is important to the success of our business.'
Appreciation and recognition of our people are expressed in many ways:
Lincoln Industries is located in Lincoln, Nebraska. The city of Lincoln shares many of the same qualities and goals as Lincoln Industries. Lincoln, Nebraska would like to stay small as they get big. To do this, there is a strong culture of family and education in the community.
The city has many schools rich with tradition yet progressive in nature. Home of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln has a strong history of research and development. We are also the home of many museums and galleries including the Lied Center for Performing Arts, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center, the School of Music and many more.
There are miles and miles of hiking/biking trails running through and around the city. There are acres of parks and playgrounds. There are many public and private golf courses, swimming pools, ball parks and soccer fields.
For more information, visit the City of Lincoln's website.