Branch No: 67978-6215
204 E. Lyndale
Helena, MT 59601
Phone: (406) 443-7169

Available Positions

Administrative Clerk

Helena MT

Base Pay: 15.00 per HOUR

Now hiring a temporary Administrative Clerk for a bustling state office in Helena, MT!! *License Permit Clerk* Term:  2-3 months Pay: &nb...

Now hiring a temporary Administrative Clerk for a bustling state office in Helena, MT!!

*License Permit Clerk*

Term:  2-3 months

Pay:  $15/hour

Schedule:  Monday - Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm

Requirements:

  • MUST pass fingerprint background check
  • Office experience required
  • Great customer service skills
  • Team player

Duties:

  • Greeting walk-in customers and assisting with needs
  • Reviewing documentation of individuals
  • Escrow incoming checks into customer accounts
  • Entering data accurately into system 

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Free online courses after 80 hours worked
  • Permanent opportunity 

Don't miss this career opportunity-We are hiring NOW !

Military and Veterans encouraged to apply!

 

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Temporary Road Rater

Helena MT

Base Pay: 17.30 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking a temporary Road Rater for a state department in Helena, MT!!   Schedule: Full Time, M-TH, 40 hours/week Term: th...

Westaff is seeking a temporary Road Rater for a state department in Helena, MT!!

 

Schedule: Full Time, M-TH, 40 hours/week

Term: through October/November 2022

Pay: $17.30

Duties:

  • The position is responsible for monitoring pavement data and video log collection equipment and conducting quality control assessments to accurately determine the severity and extent of pavement distresses and to provide information needed for pavement management and design activities and performing related duties as assigned.

  • Monitor pavement data and video log collection computers (profile, 3D, cameras and inertial measurement unit) to ensure operating and collecting data accurately.

  • Conduct quality control assessments on data collected which determines the severity and extent of pavement distresses and quality of video recorded.

  • Provide information needed for pavement management and design activities.

Qualifications:

  • This position requires skill in the use and operation of computers with multiple windows and software;

  • Measurement instruments of all types;

  • Operating field equipment and software; and in reading and interpreting maps.

  • Overnight travel required.

  • Ability to work well in two-person team

  • Clean driving record 

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay! 
  • State opportunity
  • FREE online skills classes available 

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Materials Lab Aid position in Helena!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Cashier

Helena MT

Base Pay: 10.00 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking a Cashier for a local thrift shop in Helena, MT!!   Schedule: varies Pay: $10/hr Duties:  Operates cash reg...

Westaff is seeking a Cashier for a local thrift shop in Helena, MT!!

 

Schedule: varies

Pay: $10/hr

Duties: 

  • Operates cash registers, cash transactions, credit cards, personal check sales, as well as voucher transactions
  • Ensures Check Rite machine is used on all check transactions
  • Acts as the first point of contact by greeting and assisting customers, treating all with dignity and respect
  • Responsible when a “Back-Up’ cashier is called that you respond and cover for the time period needed.
  • Answers incoming calls when the Receptionist is not available
  • Responsible for managing the flow of the front counter and cash register
  • May be required to tidy up the dressing room

Qualifications:

  • Organized, sets priorities meet deadlines and works with minimum supervision
  • Excellent customer service skills while dealing with customers, co-workers, and volunteer
  • Must be a team player
  • Valid MT Driver’s License, or valid MT Identification Card, and social security card for hiring purposes and dependent upon position
  • Background check required 

Preferred:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Previous experience or knowledge of thrift store operations

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to stand for long periods, Frequent Lifting, carrying, and transporting of objects weighing up to 25lbs.
  • Mobility within the facility

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • FREE online skills classes available
  • Possibility of leading to a permanent position

Don't miss this opportunity! Apply for IMMEDIATE consideration!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Dock Production Assistant

Helena MT

Base Pay: 11.00 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking a Dock Production Assistant for a local thrift shop in Helena, MT!! Schedule: varies Pay: $11/hr Duties:  Works...

Westaff is seeking a Dock Production Assistant for a local thrift shop in Helena, MT!!

Schedule: varies

Pay: $11/hr

Duties: 

  • Works on dock accepting incoming donation items and sorts according to the various departments.
  • Works on dock refusing incoming donation items that are ripped, stained, torn, or broken.
  • Moves lift furniture items, and assists customers with loading purchased merchandise
  • Responsible for keeping the dock warehouse clean, orderly, and safe during the scheduled shifts.
  • Provides customers with donation receipts
  • Responsible for ensuring a safe sales floor environment for co-workers and customers
  • Informs supervisor about any repairs or supplies needed
  • Adheres to all building safety requirements, as well as follows procedure when an incident, accident or injury has occurred.
  • Adheres to all store lifting policies and weight restrictions
  • In the event, a co-worker is out, potentially be willing to cover for the dock area
  • Greets and assists customers, clients, and donors, treating all with respect and dignity
  • Maintains floors, sweeping, washing on the dock area
  • Breaks down cardboard boxes for recycling
  • Must complete VIRTUS training per Diocesan policy
  • Other duties as necessary

Qualifications:

  • Organized, sets priorities meet deadlines, and works with minimum supervision
  • Excellent customer service skills while dealing with customers, co-workers, and volunteers
  • Must be a team player
  • Valid MT Driver’s License, or valid MT Identification Card, and social security card for hiring purposes and dependent upon position.
  • Background check required

Preferred:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Previous experience or knowledge of thrift store operations

Physical Requirements:

  • Frequent Lifting, carrying, and transporting of objects weighing up to 50lbs.
  • Mobility within the facility and the ability to occasionally drive, load, and unload the delivery truck

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • FREE online skills classes available
  • Possibility of leading to a permanent position

Don't miss this opportunity! Apply for IMMEDIATE consideration!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Office Administrator

Helena MT

Base Pay: $24-$26/hour

Westaff is seeking an Office Administrator for a local company in Helena, MT! *Career opportunity!* Pay: $24-$26/hour Schedule: Monday-Fr...

Westaff is seeking an Office Administrator for a local company in Helena, MT!

*Career opportunity!*

Pay: $24-$26/hour

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm

POSITON OVERVIEW:

Manage the daily operations of company offices, customer service, human resources, and marketing. Perform a variety of professional, technical, and administrative duties related to organizing, planning, directing, and coordinating office, customer service, human resources, and marketing activities. Ensure efficient and hassle free experience to customers while meeting the expectation of company policies and standard operating procedures. This position reports to the Controller and Executive Vice President of the company and supervises all office staff and temporary workers assigned to the office and customer service group as well as assisting and supporting the company’s other department heads.

Responsibilities:

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND STRATEGIC PLANNING

In coordination with the Senior Leadership Team, develop and/or modify effective and efficient operational procedures and overall business strategy.

  • Assess company operational and strategic performance.
  • Identify areas for business improvement and initiate change to improve business efficiency.
  • Analyze problems raised by the public, staff, and regulatory agencies to determine the nature and scope of the problem.
  • Research competition to identify threats and opportunities.
  • Align processes, resource-planning with the business goals and overall strategic planning.
  • Evaluate current financial performance and identify specific areas of improvement.
  • Assist in budget preparation and expense management.
  • Provide support and insight into significant business changes.

OFFICE MANAGEMENT

Plan, coordinate, and mange office operations to achieve company goals.

  • Implement and execute plans to complement the business strategic and operating plan; maximize the customer experience, growth, and durability, while optimizing profitability.
  • Ensure maximum productivity and customer service for commercial, roll-off and residential customers and establish productivity goals where needed; ensure adherence to operating standards; and manage labor hours and expenses.
  • Lead staff to exceed productivity goals and expectations for all tasks.
  • Create, modify, and improve standard operating procedures to maximize efficiency and efficacy.
  • Ensure compliance with all standards including environmental, operating, and regulatory.
  • Complete and track the progress of required documentation for injuries, accidents, and claims.
  • Interact with customers and local, state, and federal government employees to resolve customer service concerns; ensure regulatory compliance standards are met.
  • Answer and respond to customer inquiries and complaints in a timely manner; coordinate with Controller to resolve customer billing issues.
  • Approve expenses including approval of purchase orders and vendor pricing; order materials and services; track and document purchases in coordination with Controller.
  • Work with Accountant to maintain and manage budget for office; monitors and justifies costs and/or expenditures for adherence to budget. 
  • Assist in negotiation and administration of contracts with customers, vendors, consultants, or agencies.
  • Complete and oversee record keeping and reporting requirements for services.
  • Resolve unusual service requests, and schedule changes with timely communications to all stakeholders.
  • Provide aid to department heads to ensure equipment is in working order and follows safety standards; ensure registration and fleet recordkeeping is current and complete.
  • Ensure proper licensing and registration of fleet and vehicles in coordination with department heads.
  • Ensure effective communication between office and drivers, mechanic, office staff and Corporate Officers.
  • Will be required to work duties performed by employees; provide back-up to employees; answer customer calls, email, other customer inquiries, etc.; fill in when needed.

SUPERVISION

Directly supervise office staff and temporary employees in accordance with corporate policies and applicable laws.

  • Conduct meetings to maintain favorable working relationships among employees and promote maximum morale, productivity, and efficiency.
  • Schedule work, employee assignments, and use of equipment and set priorities in these areas.
  • Consult with employees to ensure productivity, resolve procedural and/or personnel problems, and assure progress meets schedule.
  • Provide safety instruction or training for personnel under charge; ensure proper training for personnel in all tasks or procedures implementation.
  • Participate in recruitment, onboarding, promotions, and termination activities; training and development; performance appraisal; reward and discipline; address complaints and resolve problems.
  • Approve employee time sheets and leave requests per corporate policy.
  • Provide direction and guidance and ensure employees follow corporate policies and procedures.

MARKETING

In coordination with the Senior Leadership Team, develop and implement effective and efficient marketing plans and procedures.

  • Develop a strategic marketing plan to meet the needs of the overall business strategy.
  • Manage and allocate marketing budget to most productive advertising and marketing opportunities, using data analysis.
  • Maintain community relationships through management and allocation of donation budget and community outreach plans.
  • Maintain and improve the company’s reputation within the community.
  • Utilize social media and manage business account to effectively meet business goals.

OTHER DUTIES

  • Septic dispatching, scheduling, billing, and other duties required by septic department.
  • Track and monitor employee training progress and required training for all employees. Schedule training for employees.
  • Attend and participate in meetings, seminars, trainings, and conferences.
  • Acts as a liaison, where necessary, for community relationships.
  • Perform various accounting tasks, including account payable, reviewing and monitoring customer service team transactions.
  • Other duties as required for human resources role.
  • Other tasks as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Must have accounting and auditing experience to be considered
  • Must have extensive computer skills with the ability to learn new software quickly.
  • Must understand and have experience with basic bookkeeping.
  • Must have relevant experience as an office administrator, office manager, executive assistant, or relevant role with both administrative and accounting duties for at least 5 years.
  • Excellent organizational and leadership skills
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Office)
  • Candidate must be able to work under pressure periodically while maintaining the ability to prioritize tasks.

Benefits:

  • Career opportunity
  • Full benefits paid at 100% by the company

Apply TODAY for our Office Administrator position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Administrative Clerk

Billings MT

Base Pay: 16.59 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking a temporary Administrative Clerk in for a state department in Billings, MT!! *License Permit Technician* Term: 3 months+ Sc...

Westaff is seeking a temporary Administrative Clerk in for a state department in Billings, MT!!

*License Permit Technician*

Term: 3 months+

Schedule: M-F 8-5

Pay: $16.59/hour

Responsibilities of Driver Examiner:

  • Replace/renew driver's licenses 
  • Issuing replacement titles
  • Data entry 
  • Answer phone calls
  • Computer work

Qualifications:

  • MUST pass criminal background check
  • Office experience
  • Great customer service
  • Motivated to work in a team!

Benefits:

  • Free online courses
  • Weekly pay
  • Health insurance packages available

Don't miss this opportunity! Apply TODAY for our Administrative Clerk position in Billings!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply

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Budget Specialist

Helena MT

Base Pay: 25.00 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking a Temporary Budget Analyst for a state department in Helena, MT!! Schedule: M-F, 8am-5pm Term: 3-6 months Pay: 25/hr Duties: Wo...

Westaff is seeking a Temporary Budget Analyst for a state department in Helena, MT!!

Schedule: M-F, 8am-5pm

Term: 3-6 months

Pay: 25/hr

Duties:

  • Working with schools
  • Working in school finance applications
  • Making payments
  • Reconciling accounts and payments 
  • Helping with financial statements and budgets

Qualifications:

  • accounting degree and experience

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Great state opportunity 

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Budget Specialist position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Event Help

Helena MT

Base Pay: 20.00 per HOUR

Make money quick! Westaff is seeking Event Setup Staff for IMMEDIATE hire in Helena, MT! When: Tuesday 8/16 Time: 10:30am-2/2:30pm Pay: $20/ho...

Make money quick! Westaff is seeking Event Setup Staff for IMMEDIATE hire in Helena, MT!

When: Tuesday 8/16

Time: 10:30am-2/2:30pm

Pay: $20/hour 

Duties:

  • help with guiding guests in parking lot,
  • direct guests to the entrance of the building,
  • assist with putting food share donations into boxes,
  • assisting guests with seating or if they need help carrying food to their table as some of them may be challenged walking (i.e. wheelchairs, walkers, canes).   
  • help with pulling plates/cups to be discarded into the garbage

Dress Code: Nice jeans/golf shorts/skirt, and black polo. No t-shirts, shoulders must be covered. Skirts should be just above the knee. Close toed shoes. 

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Event Setup Staff positions!

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Data Entry Clerk

Helena MT

Base Pay: 16.00 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking a Data Entry Clerk for a state office in Helena, MT!!   Schedule: Full Time, M-F, 8am-5pm Term: 1-3 months Pay:&n...

Westaff is seeking a Data Entry Clerk for a state office in Helena, MT!!

 

Schedule: Full Time, M-F, 8am-5pm

Term: 1-3 months

Pay: $16/hr

Duties:

  • Data entry of vital records
  • Other tasks as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Attention to details
  • Experience working with confidential information is a plus! 

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • FREE online skills training available
  • State opportunity 

Don't wait - APPLY TODAY!

Military and veterans encouraged to apply

 

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Managing Director

Helena MT

Base Pay: $50,000 - $70,000 DOE

Grandstreet Theatre seeks a full-time Managing Director in Helena, MT!!  Grandstreet is Montana’s premiere community theatre with over 4...

Grandstreet Theatre seeks a full-time Managing Director in Helena, MT!! 

Grandstreet is Montana’s premiere community theatre with over 45 years of continuous service. Sustained by volunteers from an exceptionally talented population, Grandstreet also trains over 400 K-12 students each year through our nationally recognized Grandstreet Theatre School. Each year we produce 8-10 plays and musicals in a beautifully preserved 200-seat turn-of-the-century Romanesque granite church. Nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains in a small but thriving arts community, Grandstreet enjoys tremendous public support and regularly produces some of the best live theatre in the Northwest. 

To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and a list of professional references to GrandstreetBoard@gmail.com. This position is open until filled. The first review of applications will begin on August 19, 2022.

Position Description

This position is responsible for overall theatre operations, fiscal oversight, staff management, and facilities oversight under the guidance of the Board of Directors. Responsibilities include the daily operation of the theatre, implementation of and compliance with organizational policies and procedures, and supervision of all activities related to the production of plays, operation of the theatre school, and the operation and maintenance of the facilities at Grandstreet Theatre. 

Schedule: Full Time

Salary: $50,000 - $70,000 DOE

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Experience with leading, managing, motivating, and inspiring a team
  • Effective community-engagement and relationship-building skills
  • Strong budgeting and financial-management skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities as unexpected challenges arise  
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
  • Experience with facility management and building maintenance
  • Strong technology and social-media fluency
  • A passion for arts and theatre 

Minimum Requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree and five years of professional leadership experience. All degrees are considered, and degrees in business management, administration, finance, and arts-related fields are a plus.
  • Three years of dedicated staff supervisory experience.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered to meet these qualifications on a case-by-case basis.

We are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace, so if you’re excited about this role but your education and work experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we do encourage you to apply.

Grandstreet Theatre is committed to excellence through diversity of its staff mixed across lines of difference and strongly encourages applications from Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender and non-binary candidates. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply. 

You can learn more about Grandstreet Theatre at https://youtu.be/6TWmwwboxlIand www.GrandstreetTheatre.com 

Interested candidates may learn more by reviewing the complete job description at https://grandstreettheatre.com/get-involved/job-openings/.

To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and a list of professional references to GrandstreetBoard@gmail.com. This position is open until filled. The first review of applications will begin on August 19, 2022.

 

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Office Administrative Aide

Helena MT

Base Pay: 18.00 per HOUR

Westaff is now hiring an Office Administrative Assistant for a bustling law office in Helena, MT!!  Schedule: M-F, full time  Pay:&n...

Westaff is now hiring an Office Administrative Assistant for a bustling law office in Helena, MT!! 

Schedule: M-F, full time 

Pay: $18/hr

Duties:

  • Greeting walk-in and telephone clients, and routing to appropriate staff as needed
  • Reviewing, assessing, tracking, and responding to Potential New Clients
  • Incoming and outgoing mail handling
  • Opening and closing legal case files
  • Additional office support as needed, including inventory and supply management and ordering, preparing for in-house depositions and meetings, maintaining conference room calendars
  • Various clerical tasks as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Bookkeeping experience not necessary but a plus.
  • Previous office experience
  • Excellent customer service
  • Ability to work in a fast paced law office
  • Amazing attention to detail

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Office Administrative Aide position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Business Call Analyst

Helena MT

Base Pay: 15-18 DOE

Westaff is seeking Business Call Analysts throughout Montana!*out of state applicants will not be considered* *Remote position - Must be located in...

Westaff is seeking Business Call Analysts throughout Montana!*out of state applicants will not be considered*

*Remote position - Must be located in Montana*

Schedule: (start out at East Coast Time) 9-5, then will go to MT time once settled in the job

Term: Temporary at first, but will lead to a permanent position for the right fit! 

Pay: $15-$18/hr

Business Overview:

Our work is to call and speak with corporate executives around the country to learn more about their business plans for the future and whether they may be interested in relocating or expanding to our client’s area. The primary goal is to connect our client to the executive for a follow-up phone call.

Duties:

  • High volume outbound calls
  • Outreach to executives involves speaking with receptionists, administrative assistants, and digital answering systems in an attempt to reach corporate decision makers
  • Call Analysts make approximately 120 to 150 outbound calls each day to a selected and prepared list of businesses.
  • Effectively use a telephony system that assists with automatic calling, monitoring, and tracking
  • Duties will also eventually include emailing and messaging with businesses as well
  • Using the assigned database of contacts, each caller is expected to identify 6 companies, per month, that have a plan for growth or change.

Qualifications:

  • Personal computer and reliable internet are required for temporary workers. Once moved to a permanent position, all equipment will be provided (headset and necessary software will be provided right away)
  • Ability to work remotely from a quiet, secure setting
  • Outbound call experience is a plus
  • Consistent working history is a must
  • Excellent customer service/interpersonal skills
  • Ability to sound confident and speak well over the telephone

Benefits:

  • Career Opportunity!
  • Remote work
  • Opportunity to join an amazing growing company
  • Full benefits package and PTO offered once permanent position is acquired
  • Training and coaching included
  • Room for growth within company! 

 

Don't wait - Apply NOW to be considered for REMOTE Call Analyst positions in Helena! 

Military and Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Administrative Clerk

Butte MT

Base Pay: 16.59 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking a temporary Administrative Clerk for a state department in Butte, MT! *Driver Examiner* Schedule: M-F, 8am-5pm Pay: $16.59/...

Westaff is seeking a temporary Administrative Clerk for a state department in Butte, MT!

*Driver Examiner*

Schedule: M-F, 8am-5pm

Pay: $16.59/hour

Term: 1-3 months+

Duties of Administrative Clerk:

  • Check in customers
  • Renew and replace driver licenses
  • Process ID cards
  • Customer service
  • Answer phone calls
  • Greet walk in customers

Qualifications:

  • Office experience is a plus
  • Great attention to detail
  • Ability to work on a team
  • Background check required 

Benefits:

  • Free online courses after 80 hours worked!
  • Weekly pay
  • Health, Dental, and Retirement Savings Plan offered

Apply now for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Administrative Clerk position in Butte!!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Wildlife Field Technicians

Shelby MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Wildlife Field Technicians

Silver Star MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Wildlife Field Technicians

Darby MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Butte MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Bozeman MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Billings MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Chester MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Columbus MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Dillon MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Grass Range MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Great Falls MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Hysham MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Kalispell MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Wildlife Field Technicians

Laurel MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Lavina MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Wildlife Field Technicians

Libby MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Livingston MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Malta MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

Apply Now More Info

Wildlife Field Technicians

Miles City MT

Base Pay: 16.57 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!! Term: October 11th – December 2nd Schedule: 40...

Westaff is seeking several Wildlife Field Technicians across the state of MT!!

Term: October 11th – December 2nd

Schedule: 40 hrs/week, varies depending on location

Pay: $16.57/hr

Duties of a Chronic Wasting Disease Technician:

  • Collect biological samples from hunter-harvested and road-killed animals to assist with surveillance and monitoring efforts
  • Record accurate field data
  • Label and maintaining accountability of all samples
  • Enter sample data into a database
  • Organize and package samples
  • Submitting samples in a timely manner to the appropriate testing facility
  • Assemble CWD sampling kits
  • Maintain accountability and inventories of equipment and check station supplies
  • Make trips to regional dumps to dispose of deer carcass parts as needed
  • Assist with the distribution of CWD-related educational materials to various groups/locations
  • Assist with educational outreach with hunters and members of the public
  • Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Experience with accurately collecting samples, labeling data, and data entry
  • Ability to be comfortable around unpleasant smells
  • Some travel required
  • Ability to effectively communicate with others
  • Must have ability to coordinate/pay for lodging for the entirety of the assignment

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Amazing state opportunity

Special Information:

  • Work will involve field, laboratory, and office activities that require adaptations and re-organization of work schedules, travel, and lifting heavy objects. 
  • The work schedule may be variable from week to week, at times demanding long hours (e.g. 10-12 hour shifts), extensive travel to and from check station locations often under poor weather conditions, and up to 10% overnight travel. 
  • Working conditions contain hazards and require a commitment to exercise caution and follow rigorous protocols to ensure safety. 
  • Exposure to potentially harmful biological and chemical agents and offensive sights and smells are routine. 
  • Occasional exposure to outdoor hazards such as severe weather, work along roadways, and heavy lifting of dead animals is expected. 
  • The CWD Technician will be expected to communicate with a wide variety of individuals including the Regional coordinator, sportsmen/women, taxidermists, processors, landowners, professional biologists, wardens, personnel from other state and federal agencies and professional scientists from laboratories conducting testing procedures for the Wildlife Health Program.
  • The technician must be knowledgeable on CWD and the agency’s plan for surveillance and management and be able to effectively communicate with FWP staff and the public. 
  • The frequency of contacts varies but some type of public contact is engaged in on a daily basis. 

Available locations include Kalispell, Libby, Darby, Bozeman, Helena, Butte, Dillon, Silver Star, Livingston, Great Falls, Shelby, Chester, Grass Range, Billings, Laurel, Lavina, Columbus, Havre, Malta, Miles City and Hysham. 

*please check our website to see which locations are still available*

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Wildlife Field Technician positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Warehouse Associate

Helena MT

Base Pay: 18.28 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking Warehouse Workers for a state of Montana warehouse! Pay: $18.28/hour Rotating Schedule: 20-40 hours/week Warehouse Wor...

Westaff is seeking Warehouse Workers for a state of Montana warehouse!

Pay: $18.28/hour

Rotating Schedule: 20-40 hours/week

Warehouse Worker Duties:

  • Lifting and moving pallets as needed
  • Using pallet jack repeatedly 
  • Lifting 25 pounds repeatedly 
  • General warehouse maintenance
  • Warehouse tasks as needed

Qualifications:

  • Warehouse experience a plus
  • Motivated to work hard in a team 
  • Ability to lift up to 25 lbs. repeatedly 
  • Drug screen and background check required 

Benefits:

  • Free online courses after 80 hours worked
  • Benefits offered
  • Weekly pay!

APPLY TODAY for IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION for our Warehouse Worker positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply

 

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Field Technician

Helena MT

Base Pay: $18.00 - $28.00 (depending on experience)

Hydrometrics is seeking a Field Technician to join their team in Helena, MT!!  Company: Hydrometrics, Inc. How to apply: Submit...

Hydrometrics is seeking a Field Technician to join their team in Helena, MT!! 

Company: Hydrometrics, Inc.

How to apply: Submit letter of application and current resume to Administrative Services Manager, Hydrometrics, Inc., 3020 Bozeman Avenue, Helena, MT 59601, Fax: (406) 443-4155, E-mail: hr@hydrometrics.com 

Position title: Field Technician

Salary: $18.00 - $28.00 (depending on experience) 

Benefits: Health, vision, dental and life insurance, 401k, vacation starts at 3 weeks/year, 10 paid holidays/year, paid sick leave and disability insurance. Profit-sharing plan (not guaranteed). 

Responsibilities: 

Primary job responsibilities involve planning and implementation of environmental sampling and monitoring activities, including:

  • Collection of surface water, groundwater, soil, sediment, and other media samples in accordance with standard best practices, project-specific protocols, and health and safety requirements
  • Coordination with project managers, other professional staff, and analytical laboratories to ensure correct, efficient, and safe completion of sampling events
  • Accurate and comprehensive documentation of field activities on field forms and notebooks 

Completion of job duties will also require calibration, maintenance, cleaning, and repair of water quality meters, pumps, streamflow measurement devices, survey gear, and other field equipment, as well as inspecting and arranging for repair and maintenance of vehicles. Operation of a truck-mounted direct-push/auger drill rig may be required. This position also requires frequent overnight travel, including long-distance driving, as well as work in remote locations under highly variable field conditions. 

Qualifications:

  • Required
    • High school diploma
    • Strong field aptitude, troubleshooting and problem-solving skills
    • Ability to travel and conduct strenuous work independently under highly variable conditions
    • Commitment to producing high-quality results and attention to detail
  • Preferred
    • Associates’ or Bachelor’s Degree in a related field 
    • Experience with environmental sampling, mechanical and electrical knowledge
    • 40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER certification and current 8-hour refresher training
    • MSHA Certification 

Location: Helena, MT

Closing Date:  The position will remain open until filled, but priority may be given to applicants who submit materials by September 1, 2022.

How to apply: Submit letter of application and current resume to Administrative Services Manager, Hydrometrics, Inc., 3020 Bozeman Avenue, Helena, MT 59601, Fax: (406) 443-4155, E-mail: hr@hydrometrics.com 

Hydrometrics was founded in Montana in 1979 to provide professional scientific and engineering services for industrial, commercial, municipal, and private sectors in the western United States. Our employee-owned business consists of dedicated and talented employees applying their interdisciplinary skills to a wide variety of environmental, water resources, permitting, and remediation and redevelopment projects. For more information on Hydrometrics, please see our website at www.hydrometrics.com.

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Part Time Administrative Assistant

Helena MT

Base Pay: 15.00 per HOUR

Now recruiting for a temporary Administrative Assistant for a state office in Helena, MT!   Shift: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8am-5pm Term...

Now recruiting for a temporary Administrative Assistant for a state office in Helena, MT!

 

Shift: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8am-5pm

Term:  1-3 months+

*position available on State Careers website*

Pay: $15/hour

Responsibilities of Administrative Assistant:

  • Learn about the academy and the campus and be able to help students and walk-in customers at front desk/reception area with requests and give directions.
  • Answer phone calls and determine which person/dept. to transfer it to.
  • Learn and understand about the academy so this can be done properly.
  • Help set up paperwork and student files for classes with attention to detail.

Qualifications:

  • Office experience is a plus!
  • Must be able to focus and pay attention to detail when multiple activities/conversations are going on around the front desk.

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Free online courses after 80 hours worked
  • Great state of Montana opportunity

 

Don't miss this AMAZING opportunity- Apply TODAY for our Administrative Assistant position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply

 

 

 

 

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Housekeeper

Warm Springs MT

Base Pay: 15.00 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking Housekeepers at a top employer near Anaconda, MT!  Schedule: Full Time, varying schedules  Pay: $15.00/hour  Resp...

Westaff is seeking Housekeepers at a top employer near Anaconda, MT! 

Schedule: Full Time, varying schedules 

Pay: $15.00/hour 

Responsibilities of Housekeeper:

  • Cleaning patient rooms and bathrooms
  • Changing linens, doing laundry as needed
  • Sanitizing and wiping down surfaces
  • Mopping, vacuuming dusting,
  • Tasks as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Experience a plus, but not required

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Possible permanent opportunity
  • Benefits offered

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Housekeeper positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Machinery Operator

Helena MT

Base Pay: $16/hr

Westaff is seeking an experienced Heavy Machinery Operator for a septic company in Helena, MT!!    Schedule: Full Time Pay: Starting at $...

Westaff is seeking an experienced Heavy Machinery Operator for a septic company in Helena, MT!! 

 

Schedule: Full Time

Pay: Starting at $16/hr

Duties:

  • Operate machinery such as backhoes, skid steers, mini excavators, etc.
  • Daily septic installations 
  • Repair and rejuvenate older systems

Qualifications: 

  • Experience operating heavy machinery
  • Clean driving record
  • CDL preferred, but not required

Benefits:

  • Permanent position!
  • Benefits offered
  • PTO 
  • Rewarding job with a family atmosphere

Apply TODAY for our Machinery Operator position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Administrative Professional

Billings MT

Base Pay: Dependent On Experienc3

Established Accounting Firm seeks a bright and enthusiastic individual to join our team as a part time Administrative Professional for office...

Established Accounting Firm seeks a bright and enthusiastic individual to join our team as a part time Administrative Professional for office in Billings, MT.

Typical hours are fulltime September thru April and reduced hours the rest of the year.  We offer paid parental leave, exceptional health insurance, 401(k) retirement plan, generous paid time off, and paid holidays.  We are recognized as one of Montana's best employers! 

Schedule: 1700-1760 hours/year

Administrative Professional duties include

  • Answer phones, coordinate scheduling of appointments
  • Greet clients and assist with questions
  • Prepare outgoing mail, client and office errands
  • Assists with scanning and filing
  • Draft, review and proofread correspondence
  • Assemble and review tax returns

Our ideal candidate possesses

  • Two years post-secondary education or equivalent experience in office administration and customer service
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, plus willingness to learn new software

Don't wait - APPLY TODAY

Military and Veterans encouraged to apply

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Marketing & Metadata Specialist

Helena MT

Base Pay: 19.00 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking a Marketing & Metadata Specialist for a local publishing company in Helena, MT!!   Schedule: Full Time  Pay: $19/h...

Westaff is seeking a Marketing & Metadata Specialist for a local publishing company in Helena, MT!!

 

Schedule: Full Time 

Pay: $19/hr DOE

Duties: 

Marketing, Publicity, Advertising

  • Publishing & book market research and website analytics
  • Publishing brand development and management
  • Manage association memberships
  • Consult authors on best marketing practices; Collaborate with authors for publicity events both in-person and virtually; Assist authors in applying for awards and advertising opportunities
  • Manage automated email system (constant contact) courses, award updates, etc.
  • Create book promotion content for press releases and sell sheets
  • Manage advertising budget, placement & design (print & online)
  • Manage & create social media postings and promotions
  • Manage newsletter contact list & quarterly content creation
  • Manage book reviewer program
  • Collaborate with sales team for book events and tradeshows
  • Other administrative tasks as directed

Metadata Coordination

  • Book & author database maintenance
  • Book listing metadata deployment and tracking (Amazon, Faire, internal website, etc.)

Skills and Knowledge:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strategic and creative thinking
  • Attention to detail
  • PROFICIENCY in Microsoft Excel and Office Suite
  • Competence in Adobe Photoshop and InDesign
  • Experience with CRM Software (Constant Contact)
  • Experience with Squarespace and/or WordPress preferred
  • Social media savvy
  • A passion for the ever-changing online landscape
  • Basic HTML coding skills are a plus
  • Fluency in these programs is a plus:
  • Adobe Suites
  • Amazon Vendor Services
  • Data/Project Management Software

 Education:

Associate’s or bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, marketing, or a related field is preferred.

Qualifications:

  • Two or more years’ experience in marketing, advertising, brand management, or skills-transferrable field required
  • Two or more years’ experience in data management, analytics, and coordination required
  • Publishing and/or book industry experience a plus!
  • Customer service and administrative experience a plus!

Don't wait - apply to be considered TODAY!!

Military and veterans encouraged to apply

 

 

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Bank Teller

HELENA MT

Base Pay: $13.30-$14.72/hour DOE

Westaff is seeking Tellers to join the great team at a credit union in Helena, MT! *This is a career opportunity!* Schedule: Full-time, Monday...

Westaff is seeking Tellers to join the great team at a credit union in Helena, MT!

*This is a career opportunity!*

Schedule: Full-time, Monday-Friday

Pay: $13.30-$14.72/hour DOE

Responsibilities of Teller:

  • Provide great customer service to all members
  • Daily bank transactions and cash handling
  • Accurate counting of funds
  • Working in credit union database
  • Clerical tasks as assigned

Qualifications:

  • GREAT customer service
  • Experience with cash handling
  • Experience in financial institution a PLUS

Benefits:

  • Career opportunity
  • Dental & Health benefits offered
  • Free online courses
  • Weekly pay!

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Teller positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Administrative Clerk

Bozeman MT

Base Pay: 17.00 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking an Administrative Clerk for a state department in Bozeman, MT! *Examiner Clerk* Schedule: M-F, 8am-5pm Pay: $17/hour Term:&...

Westaff is seeking an Administrative Clerk for a state department in Bozeman, MT!

*Examiner Clerk*

Schedule: M-F, 8am-5pm

Pay: $17/hour

Term: 3-6 months

*state opening on state careers website*

Duties of Administrative Clerk:

  • Check in customers
  • Renew and replace driver licenses
  • Customer service
  • Answer phone calls
  • Greet walk in customers

Benefits:

  • Free online courses after 80 hours worked!
  • Weekly pay
  • Health, Dental, and Retirement Savings Plan offered

Apply now for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Administrative Clerk position in Bozeman!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Sales Associate

Helena MT

Base Pay: $14-$17/hr DOE

Westaff is now seeking a Sales Associate to join a bustling retail store in Helena, MT!!   Schedule: Full Time, varying schedule week day...

Westaff is now seeking a Sales Associate to join a bustling retail store in Helena, MT!!

 

Schedule: Full Time, varying schedule week days and weekends 

Pay: $14-$17/hr DOE

Duties:

  • Customer Service / Sales
    • While working: Live a "Customer First" mentality
    • Perform Customer Service / Sales duties.
    • Greet customers promptly, determine needs and answer questions.
    • Suggest needed sales add-on items, participate in retail store and commercial sales activities to achieve sales goals.
    • Ask questions to identify potential commercial customers.
    • Operate computer/cash register to initiate and complete sales transactions.
    • Answer phones, assist callers, and ensure messages are relayed in a timely, accurate manner.
    • Maintain the facility, inventory, property, and customer service levels to management standards.
    • Develop and maintain current knowledge of product and service offerings
    • Adhere to general and specific safety standards
    • Engage as a "can-do" team member. Proactively follow through on commitments and/or tasks needing to be performed.
  • Merchandising / Inventory
    • Rotate and stock inventory; perform inventory counts as required.
    • Install batteries, perform tests and tech work.
    • Load, unload, and deliver or arrange delivery of products.
    • Organize daily recovery of displays to achieve full store appearance.
    • Maintain retail shelf label pricing.
    • Build displays; setting up & taking down shelves and fixtures.
    • Prepare store for daily opening and closing.

Qualifications:

  • H.S. diploma/equivalent and 6 months prior work experience preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Prior retail experience preferred but not required.
  • Ability to gain quick and solid understanding of company's products, processes, point of sale, and cross reference systems.
  • Good listening and verbal communication skills with a customer focus.
  • Must possess and use organizational and analytical problem solving skills.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects/tasks to effectively prioritize, follow up, and meet deadlines with multiple tasks and projects.
  • Ability to calculate simple math, percentages, ratios and algebraic expressions and read gauges.
  • Demonstrated technical aptitude and or technical experience desired.
  • Valid driver's license with clean driving record preferred
  • Must be able to lift up to 70lbs occasionally and 50lbs regularly

***Based on successful completion of training, device repair certification and ability to drive sales.

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Sales Associate position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Transportation Intake/Review Specialist

Helena MT

Base Pay: 15.00 per HOUR

Westaff is now seeking a Transportation Intake/Review Specialist for a nonprofit health care improvement organization in Helena, MT!! &nb...

Westaff is now seeking a Transportation Intake/Review Specialist for a nonprofit health care improvement organization in Helena, MT!!

 

Schedule: part time and full time hours available, flexible

Pay: $15/hr

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Maintains confidentiality and professionalism in work produced.
  • Understands and complies with contract rules and regulations set by the state.
  • Attends appropriate meetings and in-services, related to work activity.
  • Attends weekly intake staff meetings.
  • Maintains knowledge of Administrative Rules of Montana (ARMs) pertaining to the Medicaid Transportation program, and how they apply to travel requests.
  • Through telephone interviews, obtains all necessary information from the member, or contact person and processes transportation requests.
  • Engages in active listening with callers, confirming or clarifying information, ensuring caller feels valued and diffusing angry callers when necessary. 
  • When unable to complete, escalates calls to appropriate staff for resolution in a timely manner.
  • Returns telephone messages in a timely and efficient manner, within 2 or 24 business hours as required by the contract, depending on when the message is received.
  • Enters data into the MARS computer system using tools provided to assure accurate information. i.e.: browse window, provider listings, BC/BS provider listing, Internet, etc.
  • Determines at time of call whether medical service is covered by Medicaid insurance for travel reimbursement.
  • Evaluates closest appropriate provider/facility for the service based on information provided during the intake interview and applies appropriate ARM for any reductions or denials.
  • Uses established notes for most current recipient review decisions in assessing closest provider within a 6-month period.
  • Keeps a watchful eye for duplicate travel requests from patients in the same residence or from patients who have travelled together in the past.
  • Assures that mental health contract approval is in place for cases in which travel to family therapy is requested at residential treatment placements.
  • Assesses and applies the least costly means of travel.
  • Assesses the need for per diem and determines appropriate allowed amount.
  • Enters brief but thorough comments on all intakes to support actions taken and decisions made.
  • Assures that phones are adequately covered during business hours using tools provided.  i.e.:  Max Agent; Teams chat, real-time display of callers in queue.
  • Assures Orthodontia services have been specifically approved by the Department for the member before approving travel unless the appointment is the initial visit for evaluation.
  • Maintains working knowledge of available cab, wheelchair van, paratransit, and bus services around the state, and reimbursement rates for these services.
  • Maintains strong working relationships with cab, wheelchair van, and paratransit dispatchers and drivers, assuring that services will continue to be offered for Medicaid patients.
  • Determines medical necessity for cab and wheelchair van services by seeking information from recipients regarding usual mode of transportation, possible disabilities, ability to use the fixed route or paratransit bus service, etc. and noting the decision for future reference. 
  • Calls cabs and wheelchair vans to notify them on all same day and next business morning transports and assures availability for the transport.
  • Enters appointments for dialysis and Rainbow house patients on a month-to-month basis, in addition to keeping up-to-date information for patient’s residence and payee information through means of tele-communication.
  • Enters and evaluates travel requests, lodging receipts, and cab/bus/air fare receipts
  • Communicates with the Department of Administration regarding lost, returned, and replaced reimbursement checks.
  • Logs information on newborn patients awaiting Medicaid eligibility. Ensures that information is entered into MARS once the Medicaid eligibility is determined. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • High School graduate or GED
  • Familiarity or understanding of medical terminology preferred.
  • Experience as a medical secretary, ward clerk, accredited record technician desired.
  • Work experience in answering telephones and serving customers.
  • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Good oral communication skills.
  • Good keyboard skills (typing speed of 50 wpm, experience with 10-key preferred).
  • Basic computer skills with experience in Windows operating systems.
  • Ability to multi-task using several different programs across multiple screens.

Minimum Physical Requirements:

Sitting, Reaching, Handling/Grasping, Hearing, Seeing: needs to see documents, monitor, information resources daily, Speaking/Talking, Repetitive motion, Keyboarding, Reading, Sedentary work.

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Transportation Intake/Review Specialist  position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

 

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Administrative Clerk

Helena MT

Base Pay: 16.59 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking an Administrative Clerk for a state department in Helena, MT! *Driver Examiner* Schedule: M-F, 8am-5pm Pay: $16.59/hour Ter...

Westaff is seeking an Administrative Clerk for a state department in Helena, MT!

*Driver Examiner*

Schedule: M-F, 8am-5pm

Pay: $16.59/hour

Term: 1-3 months

Duties of Administrative Clerk:

  • Check in customers
  • Renew and replace driver licenses
  • Process ID cards
  • Customer service
  • Answer phone calls
  • Greet walk in customers

Qualifications:

  • Office experience is a plus!
  • Must be a team player
  • Background check required

Benefits:

  • Free online courses after 80 hours worked!
  • Weekly pay
  • Health, Dental, and Retirement Savings Plan offered

Apply now for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Administrative Clerk position in Helena!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Environmental Services Aide

Helena MT

Base Pay: 15.00 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking Environmental Services Aides to join a top employer in Helena, MT! Schedule: Varying schedule  Pay: $15/hour  Respon...

Westaff is seeking Environmental Services Aides to join a top employer in Helena, MT!

Schedule:

  • Varying schedule 

Pay: $15/hour 

Responsibilities of Environmental Services Aide: 

  • Cleaning all areas of facility
  • Clean & maintain carpets and hard surfaces
  • Minor maintenance on cleaning equipment
  • Tasks as assigned

Benefits:

  • Permanent opportunity
  • Weekly pay!
  • Benefits offered
  • Free online courses after 80 hours worked!

Qualifications:

  • Background check and drug screen will be given to selected candidates. 
  • No experience required, willing to train!

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Environmental Services Aide positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

 

 

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Business Valuation Manager

Helena MT

Base Pay: Dependent On Experience

Westaff is seeking a Business Valuation Manager for a national accounting firm located in Helena, MT!! *Must live in or near Helena, Montana* This...

Westaff is seeking a Business Valuation Manager for a national accounting firm located in Helena, MT!!

*Must live in or near Helena, Montana*

This is a PERMANENT full time, salaried position. Join a company that was named one of America's Best Tax and Accounting Firms of 2022!

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in solving strategic issues requiring analytical skills and an in-depth understanding of valuation modeling
  • Utilize financial knowledge to identify/resolve client issues
  • Contribute to the team’s successful completion of projects by ensuring the highest-quality work is fulfilled prior to the deadline
  • Self-review work products and assist with client presentations
  • Communicate business improvement opportunities
  • Assist the PYA Transaction Services Team with quality of earning analyses and other due diligence services for PYA clients
  • Work closely with the Firm’s executive management team 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in an analytical business discipline that displays critical thinking and problem solving (accounting, finance, economics, etc.)
  • Ability to interpret large volumes of data and develop financial models
  • Experience leading teams, preferably in a client service role
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage projects
  • Creative problem-solver with a high level of strategic, analytical, and conceptual skills with a passion for helping clients
  • Willingness and ability to travel for client projects and development opportunities 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • MAcc, MBA, MPH, or other graduate-level master’s degree
  • CPA, ASA, CVA, or another advanced credential
  • 4+ years of business valuation experience with a professional service or consulting firm 
  • Previous valuation experience with litigation matters

Don't miss this amazing opportunity! APPLY TODAY for this permanent position!

Military and Veterans encouraged to apply

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Administrative Clerk

Helena MT

Base Pay: 15.00 per HOUR

Now hiring a temporary Administrative Clerk for a bustling state office in Helena, MT!! *Placard Clerk* Term:  2-3 months Pay:  $15/...

Now hiring a temporary Administrative Clerk for a bustling state office in Helena, MT!!

*Placard Clerk*

Term:  2-3 months

Pay:  $15/hour

Schedule:  Monday - Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm

Requirements:

  • Office experience required
  • Great customer service skills
  • Team player
  • Background check 

Duties:

  • Greeting walk-in customers and assisting with needs
  • Reviewing documentation of individuals
  • Processing placards
  • Entering data accurately into system 

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Free online courses after 80 hours worked

Don't miss this career opportunity-We are hiring NOW !

Military and Veterans encouraged to apply!

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Production Utility Operator

Helena MT

Base Pay: Dependent On Experience

Westaff is now seeking a Production Utility Operator for a manufacturing company in Helena, MT!!    Schedule: *shifts vary depending...

Westaff is now seeking a Production Utility Operator for a manufacturing company in Helena, MT!! 

 

Schedule: *shifts vary depending on the needs of production* 

Afternoon Shift: 2:00pm – 10:00pm

Weekend Shift: 6:00am – 6:00pm or 6:00pm – 6:00am plus two days on one of the shifts during the week.

JOB SUMMARY: Packages product into designated containers and also operates various pieces of equipment to mill, classify and process products by performing the following duties. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Operates forklift in a safe and prudent manner.
  • Reads packing order carefully and ensures the correct tags, pallets, lot numbers, and codes (if needed) are being used.
  • Packs and ensures product is packed into proper containers, at proper weight, and on proper pallet. Takes samples as directed on the packing order. Sets up all packing equipment and packaging materials properly for packing.
  • Stacks containers neatly on pallets. Ensures proper numbers of containers are on each pallet.
  • Weighs, tags and marks completed pallets. Blows any product dust off completed pallet with air compressor. Places cardboard between pallets before stacking. Stacks completed pallets in proper rows with a forklift. 

ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Performs maintenance check on assigned forklift daily.
  • Conveys all pertinent information about packing system to shift Supervisor and relief operator.
  • Reports to work promptly to check with previous operator about current status and condition of packing system and products to be packed.
  • Checks with Supervisor for any special instructions. Reports any abnormalities in equipment or product to the shift Supervisor immediately.
  • Maintains a clean work area and ensures that the packing station is cleaned at the end of each shift.
  • Transports bags of sampled product to the lab when the lot of product is completed. Page 2 of 3 Uncontrolled when Printed
  • Documents and completes all information on the packing report. Plots the finished weights on the packing flow chart. Notes any abnormalities in product or equipment.

QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE High school diploma or four months on the job experience. Employees shall complete the required hours training and tasks indicated on the “Training Checklist” for this position After successfully completing the training, an operator is considered trained for up to twelve months without performing that particular job (as long as they are current on any SOP changes.) All operators must successfully complete safety and forklift training.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate and percent.

REASONING ABILITY Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee;

  • May frequently be required to stand, walk, sit, bend, squat, stoop, twist, and kneel.
  • Be able to grasp, reach, push, and pull.
  • Climb up and down ladders and stairs. Page 3 of 3 Uncontrolled when Printed
  • Use hands, fingers, arms, legs, and feet to operate a forklift.
  • Reach with hands and arms to package product and operate equipment.
  • May be frequently required to climb on and off a forklift.
  • Required to talk and hear on the phone to receive and convey instructions.
  • May frequently lift and/or move 55 pounds and occasionally lift or move up to 80 pounds.
  • Required to clean in their work areas by sweeping, vacuuming, and shoveling.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, and depth perception

Don't miss this amazing opportunity! APPLY TODAY for this permanent position!

Military and Veterans encouraged to apply

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Assistant Manager

Helena MT

Base Pay: $18-$25/hr DOE

Westaff is now seeking an Assistant Manager to join a bustling battery retail store in Helena, MT!!   Schedule: Full Time, varying schedu...

Westaff is now seeking an Assistant Manager to join a bustling battery retail store in Helena, MT!!

 

Schedule: Full Time, varying schedule week days and weekends 

Pay: $18-$25/hr DOE

Duties:

Operations Management

  • Demonstrate a "customer first" mentality
  • Assist Manager in leading store activities to achieve objectives of the Store's business plan
  • Assist in merchandising to approved plan-o-grams
  • Ensure shelf price labeling and full store objectives are met
  • Achieve inventory turn objectives; implement product changeovers
  • Maintain system inventory data integrity
  • Aid in teaching and executing selling programs
  • Prepare store for daily opening and closing; stock inventory; perform general housekeeping duties

Sales and Customer Service

  • Assist in achieving commercial sales initiatives; practice add-on selling and up selling
  • Operate computer to complete sales transactions
  • Installing batteries; perform tests, and tech work
  • Load, drive, and make deliveries

Supervisory Functions

  • Assist with selection and training of store associates
  • Perform supervisory duties of store manager in the absence of store manager
  • Delegate tasks, validate completion and ensure policies and procedures are being followed
  • Function as a leader and team player doing whatever is necessary to help attain company goals
  • Positively contribute to growth and development of team through training communication, recognition and support

Qualifications:

  • Minimum H.S. diploma/equivalent and at least one year retail experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Ability to communicate concrete and abstract ideas and understand and communicate directions using both oral and written means
  • Demonstrated ability to work with minimal direction as a resourceful, independent problem solver
  • Ability to handle multiple projects/tasks and meet deadlines
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the business
  • Awareness of how the store is operating in the manager's absence
  • Valid driver's license and clean driving record required
  • Must be able to lift up to 75lb on occasion and 50lbs regularly

***upon successful completion of training, device repair certification and driving sales.

 

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Sales Associate position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Coordinator of Advancement Services & Charitable Gifts

Helena MT

Base Pay: 41000.00 per YEAR

Coordinator of Advancement Services & Charitable Gifts Description: Carroll College, a private, Catholic liberal arts college located in Helena...

Coordinator of Advancement Services & Charitable Gifts

Description: Carroll College, a private, Catholic liberal arts college located in Helena, Montana is seeking a Coordinator of Advancement Services & Charitable Gifts.  The Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the accurate processing of philanthropic gifts and grants to the college, ensuring accurate database records and donor files and compliance with relevant laws, generally accepted accounting principles, Council for Advancement and Support of Education standards, and internal policies. Collaborate with key stakeholders and prepare statements and reports as needed. Additionally, the Coordinator will work as a member of the Institutional Advancement team, coordinating his/her activities with those of the other individuals within the department. This position is a 12-month, full-time appointment with a full benefits package, including generous holiday and leave benefits.

Qualifications:  The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Business, Accounting, or related field. Related professional experience can substitute for a bachelor’s degree. Demonstrated knowledge of relational database systems and gift processing. Ability to handle a variety of special projects and prioritize work under a variety of demands. Ability to train others to appropriately use the database also required.

To Apply: For priority consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for at least three professional references.  Please submit all materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu.  Position will remain open until filled. Salary is DOE.  Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/mission-catholic-identity/mission-statement.

Carroll College offers a comprehensive benefit package to include unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, potential tuition remission and exchange opportunities, and more.  Carroll also offers a very generous holiday and paid leave benefit.  Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.  Carroll College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Dates Posted: 5/1/2022 to 7/31/2022

Employment type:  Staff

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