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

Available Positions

Administrative Assistant/Data Entry

Helena MT

Base Pay: 12.00 per HOUR

Administrative Assistant/Data Entry Clerk Needed ASAP for the State of Montana! Title: Administrative Assistant/Data Entry Clerk Pay: $12/hour...

Administrative Assistant/Data Entry Clerk Needed ASAP for the State of Montana!

Title: Administrative Assistant/Data Entry Clerk

Pay: $12/hour

Schedule: Monday- Friday, 8am-5pm 

Duties: Mail processing, scanning, filing, data entry, phone calls, back-up reception, other duties as assigned 

Qualifications: Office experience and great customer service required

Apply now to be considered for the great opportunity!

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Warehouse Associate

Helena MT

Base Pay: 18.28 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking multiple Warehouse Associates for a state department in Helena, MT! Pay: $18.28/hour Schedule: varies-2 weeks on, 2 we...

Westaff is seeking multiple Warehouse Associates for a state department in Helena, MT!

Pay: $18.28/hour

Schedule: varies-2 weeks on, 2 weeks off

*some full-time weeks, some part-time weeks

Duties:

  • Safely operating pallet jack around warehouse
  • Lifting and moving pallets as needed
  • General warehouse maintenance
  • Warehouse tasks as needed

Qualifications:

  • Warehouse experience a plus!
  • Motivated to work hard in a team 
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. 

Benefits:

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

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Warehouse Associate positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply

 

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Medical Coder

Warm Springs MT

Base Pay: $18.23-21.88/hour DOE

Westaff is hiring for a Medical Coder!! Apply today to be considered for this great, permanent opportunity! Title: Medical Coder Schedule: Monday-F...

Westaff is hiring for a Medical Coder!! Apply today to be considered for this great, permanent opportunity!

Title: Medical Coder

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm

Pay: $18.23 to 21.88 depending on experience

Job Overview: This position reviews and analyzes health records to identify relevant diagnoses and procedures for health services provided to patients at the Montana State Hospital. The purpose of this position is to apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to individual patient health information for data retrieval, analysis, and claims processing. This position reports to the Health Information Director and does not supervise.

Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of ICD-10, DSM-5, and CPT coding and classification systems.
  • Knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, and disease processes.
  • Knowledge of HIPAA, state and federal regulations, health care standards, and hospital policy regarding Protected Health Information privacy and confidentiality practices.
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Two years of job-related college or technical school in medical coding, health information technology, or closely related field.
  • Two years of experience working in a healthcare setting with medical records, medical terminology, data entry, or a related field.
  • Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) status.
  • Other combinations of education and experience may be considered on a case by case basis.

Apply today to be considered for this permanent Medical Coder opportunity!!

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Medical Records Technician

Warm Springs MT

Base Pay: 14.23-16.59/hour DOE

We are hiring for Medical Records Technicians  Title: Medical Records Technicians (at least two positions currently available!) Schedule:...

We are hiring for Medical Records Technicians 

Title: Medical Records Technicians (at least two positions currently available!)

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm

Pay: $14.23 - 16.59/hour DOE

Job Overview: Performs diversified clerical duties requiring the application of procedures and instructions related to confidential, and legal patient clinical records in accordance with standards established through statutes, regulatory agencies, and hospital policy.

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent, knowledge of office practices and recordkeeping, filing, letter writing, procurement, and professional communication procedures.

Must be proficient in the use of standard office equipment (facsimile, copy machine, etc.), including a personal computer and common software including Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook and Access.

Apply today for these great permanent opportunities!

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Paralegal

Helena MT

Base Pay: $21-25 DOE

Westaff is seeking a Paralegal for a local firm in Helena, MT! *This is a CAREER opportunity!* Schedule: Full-time, Monday-Friday  Pay:&n...

Westaff is seeking a Paralegal for a local firm in Helena, MT!

*This is a CAREER opportunity!*

Schedule: Full-time, Monday-Friday 

Pay: $21-25/hour DOE

Requirements:

  • Legal & litigation experience required
  • High level of problem solving
  • Abacus, CaseMAP, Microsoft Word experience a plus!

Responsibilities of Paralegal:

  • Assist attorneys with legal documentation and correspondence
  • Maintain documentation files
  • Proofreading and knowledge of legal citation format
  • Phone conferences with clients
  • Researching at various levels
  • Trial preparation
  • Prepare deposition notices, subpoenas, and more
  • Clerical tasks as assigned by staff

Benefits:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Permanent opportunity
  • Benefits package offered

Apply today for our Paralegal position!

Military and Veterans encouraged to apply

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Drywall Finisher

Helena MT

Base Pay: $16-20/hour DOE

Do you have drywall or painting experience? If so, we want you! Westaff is hiring for Drywall Finishers and Painters in Helena!! Pay: $16-$20/...

Do you have drywall or painting experience? If so, we want you!

Westaff is hiring for Drywall Finishers and Painters in Helena!!

Pay: $16-$20/hour DOE

Duties:

  • Drywall finishing
  • Painting
  • Task as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Experience and related skills needed
  • Lifting 50 pounds

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Great opportunity!
  • Free online continuing education classes!

Apply now for consideration for our Drywall Finisher position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Front Desk Assistant

Helena MT

Base Pay: 14-16/hour DOE

Looking for a flexible career? Westaff is seeking a part-time Front Desk Assistant for a company in Helena, MT! *permanent opportunity!* Schedule:&...

Looking for a flexible career? Westaff is seeking a part-time Front Desk Assistant for a company in Helena, MT!

*permanent opportunity!*

Schedule: Monday-Thursday 9am-2pm (could work Fridays if wanted)

Pay: $14-$16+/hour DOE

Responsibilities of Front Desk Assistant:

  • Answer phones, take messages, direct calls
  • Serve as first point of contact for customers
  • Fax, email, scanning, documentation
  • Processing incoming/outgoing mail
  • Clerical tasks as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Great customer service and professionalism required
  • Previous office experience required
  • Good computer skills

Benefits:

  • Career opportunity
  • Great PT hours
  • Free online courses
  • Weekly pay

Apply TODAY for consideration for our part-time Front Desk Assistant position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Delivery Driver

Helena MT

Base Pay: 18/hour

Westaff is seeking a Delivery Driver for immediate hire in Helena, MT! *This is a permanent opportunity!* Schedule: Sunday-Monday, 9pm-2am, *P...

Westaff is seeking a Delivery Driver for immediate hire in Helena, MT!

*This is a permanent opportunity!*

Schedule: Sunday-Monday, 9pm-2am, *Part-time or Full-time hours offered-Flexible!*

Pay: $18/hour

Responsibilities of Delivery Driver: 

  • Pick up newspapers from Helena location
  • Transport newspapers from Helena to Missoula location
  • Usage of company vehicle

Qualifications:

  • Delivery experience a plus
  • Experience driving a box truck 
  • CDL a plus, but not required
  • Reliable and available for overnight shift

Benefits:

  • Great position with flexible scheduling
  • Permanent opportunity

Apply with us TODAY for consideration for our Delivery Driver position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Housekeeper

Butte MT

Base Pay: 11.50 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking Housekeepers at a top employer near Butte, MT!  Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm Pay: $11.50/hour  Responsibilit...

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

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm

Pay: $11.50/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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Housekeeper

Anaconda MT

Base Pay: 11.50 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking Housekeepers at a top employer near Anaconda, MT!  Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm Pay: $11.50/hour  Responsibi...

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

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm

Pay: $11.50/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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Office Coordinator

Helena MT

Base Pay: 16-18/hour DOE

Westaff is seeking an Office Coordinator for a career opportunity in Helena, MT! Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm Pay: $16-$18/hour DOE R...

Westaff is seeking an Office Coordinator for a career opportunity in Helena, MT!

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

Pay: $16-$18/hour DOE

Responsibilities of Office Coordinator:

  • Answering calls, greeting visitors, processing mail
  • Draft and finalize reports, proofreading as needed
  • Assign projects, updating in system
  • Prepare bank deposits, entering into software
  • File and records management
  • Provide clerical support tasks as needed

Qualifications:

  • At least four years office experience
  • High level of computer skills
  • Great written and verbal communication

Benefits:

  • Career opportunity!
  • Benefits offered
  • Free online courses
  • Weekly pay

Don't miss out- apply today for our Office Coordinator position!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Operations Manager

Butte MT

Base Pay: 23-25/hour DOE

Butte Native Wellness Center is seeking an Operations Manager to join their team in Butte, MT! *Career Opportunity!* Job Summary: The Operations Ma...

Butte Native Wellness Center is seeking an Operations Manager to join their team in Butte, MT!

*Career Opportunity!*

Job Summary:

The Operations Manager will plan and oversee the daily operations of the organization to ensure goals and objectives are achieved.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Participates in hires and trains new employees.
  • Organizes and oversees the schedules and work of assigned staff.
  • Conducts performance evaluations that are timely and constructive.
  • Handles discipline and termination of employees as needed and in accordance with company policy.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Plans and organizes daily activities related to workflow and operations.
  • Measures productivity by analyzing performance data, financial data, and activity reports.
  • Coordinates with other support departments such as human resources, finance, and clinical staff to ensure successful operations.
  • Ensures compliance with multiple regulatory funding sources.
  • Assists with budget preparation for facility.
  • Assists with, or prepares and updates, organizations operations manual and policies.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Excellent managerial and supervisory skills.
  • Extensive knowledge of operations and management.
  • Ability to interpret financial data as needed to set goals.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite or similar software.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Business Administration, or related field required;
  • Certification through the Institute of Certified Professional Managers (ICPM) preferred.
  • Five years of related experience required.

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Examiner Clerk

Great Falls MT

Base Pay: 12.00 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking a temporary Examiner Clerk for a state of Montana office in Great Falls, MT! Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm Term: 3-6+- c...

Westaff is seeking a temporary Examiner Clerk for a state of Montana office in Great Falls, MT!

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

Term: 3-6+- could be permanent for the right fit!

Pay: $12/hour

Responsibilities of Examiner Clerk:

  • Greet walk-in customers with appointments
  • Ensure customers have all documentation needed
  • Sanitize and clean area as needed
  • Tasks as assigned

Qualifications:

  • No previous office experience required
  • GREAT customer service

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Free online courses
  • Opportunity with the state

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Examiner Clerk position in Great Falls!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Cafeteria Host

Helena MT

Base Pay: 12.50 per HOUR

Westaff is seeking Cafeteria Hosts for a top employer in Helena, MT! Schedule: 30 hours/week, days vary Times: 6am-2pm, 2pm-7:30pm and 4pm-7:3...

Westaff is seeking Cafeteria Hosts for a top employer in Helena, MT!

Schedule: 30 hours/week, days vary

Times: 6am-2pm, 2pm-7:30pm and 4pm-7:30pm

Pay: $12.50/hour

Responsibilities of Cafeteria Host:

  • Take patient orders using tablet
  • Set trays, assisting cafeteria staff
  • Answer phone and take orders
  • Delivery trays to patient rooms
  • Tasks as needed

Qualifications:

  • GREAT customer service a must
  • Comfortable going into patient rooms
  • Able to work evenings and weekends

Benefits:

  • Perm opportunity
  • Weekly pay
  • Health, dental, and retirement offered
  • Free online courses

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Cafeteria Host positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Dishwasher

Helena MT

Base Pay: 12.00 per HOUR

Westaff is hiring Dishwashers for IMMEDIATE hire for a top employer in Helena, MT! Term: permanent for the right fit Pay: $12/hour Schedu...

Westaff is hiring Dishwashers for IMMEDIATE hire for a top employer in Helena, MT!

Term: permanent for the right fit

Pay: $12/hour

Schedule: 4pm-7:30pm - days vary

Benefits of Dishwasher position:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Free online courses
  • Permanent opportunity
  • Health, Dental, and Retirement offered

Apply now for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Dishwasher positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Administrative Technician

Billings MT

Base Pay: 15.59 per HOUR

Looking for an amazing opportunity?  Westaff is seeking a temporary Administrative Technician in Billings, Montana! Title: License Permit...

Looking for an amazing opportunity?  Westaff is seeking a temporary Administrative Technician in Billings, Montana!

Title: License Permit Technician

Term: 3-6 months, could be perm for the right fit!

Schedule: M-F 8-5

Pay: $15.59/hour

Duties of Administrative Technician:

  • Performing security interests
  • Issuing replacement titles
  • Answer phone calls
  • Computer work

Qualifications:

  • Office experience
  • Great customer service
  • Motivated to work in a team!

Benefits:

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

Apply today for consideration for our Administrative Technician in Billings, MT!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply

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Civil Environmental Engineer

Helena MT

Base Pay: 50k-100k/year DOE

*Courtesy Posting* Hydrometrics is seeking a Civil Environmental Engineer to join their team in Helena, MT! TO APPLY: submit cover letter and resum...

*Courtesy Posting* Hydrometrics is seeking a Civil Environmental Engineer to join their team in Helena, MT!

TO APPLY: submit cover letter and resume directly to HR@hydrometrics.com

Salary: $50,000-100,000 (depending on experience)

Benefits: Health, vision, dental and life insurance, 401k, vacation starts at 3 weeks/year, 10 paid holidays/year, paid sick leave, disability insurance, and bonus program.

Responsibilities: Working as part of an Engineering and Environmental Sciences team for a wide range of projects including mining and mining infrastructure, dam repair and rehabilitation, wastewater system design, storm water design, site development/redevelopment, civil infrastructure, environmental remediation, hydrogeological evaluations, water resource development, water rights, environmental impact assessments, geotechnical evaluation and design, and construction oversight.

 

Qualifications

  • Required qualifications include a combination of education, experience, demonstrated knowledge, skills and abilities with the following:
    • Bachelor’s in Civil, Environmental or Geological Engineering, or a related field with 0-10 years’ experience.
    • Strong field experience and technical skills in development and implementation of project work plans, engineering design, preparation of plans and specifications,  permitting, water supply development, construction oversight, and reporting.
    • Proficient in the use of computers and engineering software (MS Office, MS Project, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Adobe, web based services including data storage and management, and time keeping).
  • Preferred
    • Master’s Degree in Civil, Environmental or Geological Engineering, with an Engineering Intern Certificate or the ability to obtain one within 6 months. 
    • Experience with water resource development, storm water modeling, HEC-RAS/ HEC-HMS, GPS surveying, mine permitting, environmental remediation, regulatory compliance, and construction management.
    • 40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER certification and current 8-hour refresher training.

Closing Date:  These positions will remain open until filled, but priority may be given to applicants who submit materials by August 31st.

TO APPLY: submit cover letter and resume directly to HR@hydrometrics.com

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Hydrogeologist-Geological Engineer

Billings MT

Base Pay: 45k-110k/year DOE

*Courtesy Posting* Hydrometrics, Inc. is seeking a Hydrogeologist-Geological Engineer to join their team in Billings, Montana! TO APPLY: submit cov...

*Courtesy Posting* Hydrometrics, Inc. is seeking a Hydrogeologist-Geological Engineer to join their team in Billings, Montana!

TO APPLY: submit cover letter and resume directly to HR@hydrometrics.com

Salary: $45,000-$110,000 (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.

Responsibilities: Working as part of the Environmental Sciences team in the development / implementation of field investigations and data analysis for a wide range of projects including water resource development, mining, hydrogeology, groundwater characterization and remediation, and environmental impact assessments.  Travel is required.

Qualifications

  • Required
    • Bachelor’s in Hydrogeology, Geological Engineering, or a related engineering field
    • Strong field experience and technical skills in groundwater and surface water monitoring; development and implementation of project work plans and sampling and analysis plans; permitting, design, installation, and geologic logging of water supply and monitoring wells; aquifer testing; and data analysis, interpretation, and strong report writing skills.
  • Preferred
    • Master’s Degree in Hydrogeology or Geological Engineering
    • Professional licensure or licensure track
    • Experience with resource development, mine permitting, compliance, geochemistry, statistical data analysis, and groundwater modeling
    • Industrial or regulatory experience
    • Ability to work independently in variable conditions
    • GIS skill
    • 40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER certification and current 8-hour refresher training

Closing Date:  The position will remain open until filled, but priority may be given to applicants who submit materials by August 31st.

 

TO APPLY: submit cover letter and resume directly to HR@hydrometrics.com

 

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Dermatologist

Helena MT

Base Pay: 200k-250k/year DOE

*Courtesy posting* Associated Dermatology is seeking a Dermatologist to join their clinic in Helena, Montana! TO APPLY: Contact Corina at corinac@a...

*Courtesy posting* Associated Dermatology is seeking a Dermatologist to join their clinic in Helena, Montana!

TO APPLY: Contact Corina at corinac@associateddermhelena.com

Compensation: $200,000-$250,000/year DOE

Position Overview:

Exciting opportunity to practice dermatology in beautiful Helena, Montana. Join our practice and enjoy all the outdoor life Helena offers. This is a well-established and busy practice looking for a board-certified dermatologist for general dermatology including cancer excisions and psoriasis care.

Our onsite lab is set up to accommodate Moh’s surgery. Dr. Jeffry Goldes is a board-certified dermatologist and a dermatopathologist who has been voted Best Dermatologist in Helena for the past several years.

Associated Dermatology has a Laser and Cosmetic Clinic and is proud of our highly trained staff. The cosmetic clinic carries specialized skincare products to help maintain beautiful skin after laser treatments as well as products that benefit all ages. Work 4-5 days a week with the opportunity to become a partner after 2 years.

Benefits include healthcare, dental, vision, malpractice insurance, CME allowance, and profit-sharing plan.

TO APPLY: Please contact corniac@associateddermhelena.com.

 

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Front Desk Receptionist

Helena MT

Base Pay: 16.00+/hour DOE

Westaff is seeking a Front Desk Receptionist for a GREAT career opportunity with a local business in Helena, MT! Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-...

Westaff is seeking a Front Desk Receptionist for a GREAT career opportunity with a local business in Helena, MT!

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

Pay: $16+/hour DOE

Responsibilities of Front Desk Receptionist:

  • Greet clients and assist with scheduled appointments
  • Answer and screen phone calls, directing to staff as needed
  • Processing incoming and outgoing mail
  • Document client inquiries in database 
  • Perform basic filing and recordkeeping
  • Clerical tasks as assigned

Qualifications:

  • GREAT customer service
  • Previous office experience required
  • MS Office and Excel 

Benefits:

  • Career opportunity
  • Health & Dental benefits offered
  • Free online courses

     

Apply TODAY for our Front Desk Receptionist position and start your new career!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

 

 

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General Laborer

Helena MT

Base Pay: 13-16/hour DOE

Westaff is seeking General Laborers for IMMEDIATE hire in Helena, MT! Schedule: seasonal Pay: $13-$16/hour DOE Requirements: Experience NOT n...

Westaff is seeking General Laborers for IMMEDIATE hire in Helena, MT!

Schedule: seasonal

Pay: $13-$16/hour DOE

Requirements:

  • Experience NOT necessary
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds repeatedly
  • Hard worker and team player

Benefits:

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

We are hiring NOW- Apply today!

Military and Veterans encouraged to apply

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Administrative Clerk

Bozeman MT

Base Pay: 15.59 per HOUR

Hiring Now! Experienced Administrative Assistant Make Your Next Career Move With Us! If you are looking to work with a great team in an exciting, f...

Hiring Now!
Experienced Administrative Assistant

Make Your Next Career Move With Us!

If you are looking to work with a great team in an exciting, fast-paced organization that cares about you, then look no further. We are now hiring an experienced Administrative Assistant, offering competitive pay, good benefits and the opportunity to advance your career!

Apply today and work for a company nearly 7 out of 10 employees say they love!

“Westaff's employers are very polite and respectful. They were always available for me when I needed their assistance.” Westaff Associate, Melissa

We Require Our Customers to Offer:

  • Adhere to all safety and COVID-safe requirements – your health and safety is our priority
  • Employee focused workplace

As a Westaff Administrative Assistant We Offer You:

  • Competitive pay
  • Weekly Pay  (Direct Deposit or ATM Debit Card available)
  • Access to health benefits and retirement plan
  • A personal recruiter to help with job searches and assistance when at work!
  • FREE ONLINE skills training

Job Requirements

  • Previous experience in administrative assistant role
  • Basic computer skills
  • Microsoft Office suite experience
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Attention to detail and organizational skills

Job Responsibilities

  • Answer inbound/multi-line phones
  • Potentially Schedule appointments, document maintenance, interact with clients/visitors
  • Work independently
  • Basic filing

Working For Westaff

Westaff is a nationwide professional staffing firm with more than 70 years of recruiting and selection expertise to match job candidates with positions where they will succeed. As the specialty franchise division of EmployBridge, the nation’s largest industrial staffing company with over 400 locations, finding your ideal job opportunity has never been easier. Through our extensive network of clients, we can introduce you to a variety of administrative, clerical or light industrial opportunities. We’re dedicated to getting good people good jobs

 

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Windrider Transit Coordinator

Livingston MT

Base Pay: 15/hour

Park County is seeking a Windrider Transit Coordinator to join their team in Livingston, Montana! TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@park...

Park County is seeking a Windrider Transit Coordinator to join their team in Livingston, Montana!

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

Pay: $15/hour 

Position Overview:  Windrider Transit provides free transportation services for the general public for recreational, employment, medical, nutritional, shopping and personal needs. This position safely and efficiently operates the bus while providing excellent, friendly service to the passengers.

Duties and Tasks of Windrider Transit Coordinator:

  1. To provide safe transportation services to the public with excellent service by following the daily schedule. Drivers shall follow all traffic and safety laws.  For Dial-A-Ride services, drivers should offer assistance if necessary to passengers getting into or out of the bus.  The driver may also make minor adjustments to the schedule to enhance service pending the acquiescence of any and all passengers involved.  Drivers must have a charged cell phone with them and turned on at all times in silent modeduring working shift in order to check messages when NOT operating the vehicle. Drivers are not allowed to participate in any activity that causes distracted driving while the bus is operating. Messages can be checked when the vehicle is turned off or in parking gear.  Report maintenance issues to the Transit Coordinator right away.  All buses are to be fueled regularly to maintain a fuel level above half a tank. Drivers clean the buses during slow times. Montana Law mandates drivers to use seat belts.  Drivers ensure compliance with seat belt requirement and shall follow all rules set out in the driver’s procedures. 
  1. To provide excellent public relations.  Drivers offer courteous and friendly service, have good listening skills and are polite and caring; provide the same service to every passenger equally without regard to any disabilities or protected classes of a rider; and, at no time are drivers to burden passengers with personal or work related problems or issues.
  1. To file timely and accurate reports.  The daily cleaning and maintenance checklist including testing the wheelchair lift (W/C lift is tested monthly) are completed each shift and turned in weekly to the Transit Coordinator or when a major issue arises and needs immediate attention for safety reasons.  Daily ridership report sheets, with mileage numbers for each bus used, are completed each shift and turned in weekly to the Transit Coordinator.  Fuel receipts are turned in weekly to the Transit Coordinator.

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

 

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Transit Relief Bus Driver

Livingston MT

Base Pay: 15-16.13/hour DOE

Park County is seeking a Transit Relief Bus Driver to join their team in Livingston, Montana! TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcoun...

Park County is seeking a Transit Relief Bus Driver to join their team in Livingston, Montana!

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

Schedule: As needed

Pay: $15-$16.13/hour DOE

Position Overview:  Windrider Transit provides free transportation services for the general public for recreational, employment, medical, nutritional, shopping and personal needs. This position safely and efficiently operates the bus while providing excellent, friendly service to the passengers.

Assigned Duties and Tasks of Transit Relief Driver:

A.    To provide safe transportation services to the public with excellent service by following the daily schedule. Drivers shall follow all traffic and safety laws.  For Dial-A-Ride services, drivers should offer assistance if necessary to passengers getting into or out of the bus.  The driver may also make minor adjustments to the schedule to enhance service pending the acquiescence of any and all passengers involved.  Drivers must have a charged cell phone with them and turned on at all times in silent mode during working shift in order to check messages when NOT operating the vehicle. Drivers are not allowed to participate in any activity that causes distracted driving while the bus is operating. Messages can be checked when the vehicle is turned off or in parking gear.  Report maintenance issues to the Transit Coordinator right away.  All buses are to be fueled regularly to maintain a fuel level above half a tank. Drivers clean the buses during slow times. Montana Law mandates drivers to use seat belts.  Drivers ensure compliance with seat belt requirement and shall follow all rules set out in the driver’s procedures.  

B.     To provide excellent public relations.  Drivers offer courteous and friendly service, have good listening skills and are polite and caring; provide the same service to every passenger equally without regard to any disabilities or protected classes of a rider; and, at no time are drivers to burden passengers with personal or work related problems or issues.

C.    To file timely and accurate reports.  The daily cleaning and maintenance checklist including testing the wheelchair lift (W/C lift is tested monthly) are completed each shift and turned in weekly to the Transit Coordinator or when a major issue arises and needs immediate attention for safety reasons.  Daily ridership report sheets, with mileage numbers for each bus used, are completed each shift and turned in weekly to the Transit Coordinator.  Fuel receipts are turned in weekly to the Transit Coordinator.

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

 

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Road Operator/Mechanic

Livingston MT

Base Pay: 19.39-24.18/hour DOE

Park County is seeking a Road Operator/Mechanic to join their team in Livingston, Montana! TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty....

Park County is seeking a Road Operator/Mechanic to join their team in Livingston, Montana!

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

Pay: $19.39- $24.18/hour DOE

Position overview:

Position is responsible for the operation and maintenance of county roads and bridges. Works along with the Shop Mechanic to assist in the repair and maintenance of the vehicle/equipment fleet.

Assigned Duties and Tasks of Road Operator/Mechanic:

A.        Road and Bridge Duties; Operators carry out all directions of the Road and Bridge Supervisor in a timely manner. Position provides road and street construction and repair. On a daily basis inspect work areas to determine type of work required and materials and equipment to be used. The position operates equipment such as, but not limited to, trucks, backhoes, loaders, sanders, asphalt equipment, graders and/or other equipment in a safe and efficient manner. Must use knowledge of methods, practices and materials used in road construction and maintenance.

 B.             Reports and record keeping. Operators are required to maintain time, production, and equipment inspection records with accuracy and in a timely manner.

 C.        On call: for emergencies year round and especially for snow removal during winter       months.

 Mechanic Duties:

A.       To assist with scheduling vehicles and equipment needing service, repairs, warranty work or updates with regard to Road and Bridge priorities. To complete work orders for completed repairs. Keeps individual equipment repair and maintenance records.

 B.       To assist with completing vehicle repair processes in a timely, efficient and accurate manner.    

 C.       May assist with ordering parts for repairs. May obtain pricing for parts and places orders for other departments. 

 D.     Keeps shop clean and organized

Education and Experience:

 Must have one to two years’ related experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience operating backhoes, loaders, sanders, asphalt equipment, graders and/or other road/bridge construction equipment.  Additional basic experience in welding, chainsaw, and tractor mowing experience preferred. Experience repairing diesel equipment 1-2 years needed.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Commercial Driver’s License (Class A, Type 1) required. Endorsements: tank, can be obtained within 30 days of hire.

 

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

 

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School Nurse

Livingston MT

Base Pay: 23.72-29.66/hour DOE

Park County is seeking a part-time School Nurse to join their team in Livingston, Montana! TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty....

Park County is seeking a part-time School Nurse to join their team in Livingston, Montana!

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

Schedule: 20 hours/week

Pay: $23.72- $29.66/hour DOE

 Position overview:  For 20 hours a week this position will act as the Shield’s Valley School Nurse (travel time paid for from Livingston, County vehicle available for use, gas covered).  This individual will promote health maintenance to the Shields Valley School District through facilitating screenings, assessments and immunization clinics, creating individual education plans for students with special needs, referring families in need to local services, and providing simple classroom health related lessons.

Assigned Duties and Tasks of School Nurse:

 A. SCHOOL NURSING

             1. Review for compliance all students’ immunization statuses with Montana Immunization Standards.  Provides follow up to students who are missing immunizations.  Offers in-school immunization clinics throughout the year.

             2. Participates in the school team to create individual education plan for students with varying health needs.  Provides education to teachers and staff in relation to special health care needs and medication.

             3. Perform various screenings (vision, hearing, dental, height/weight, nutritional, developmental) and facilitate follow up with providers as needed.

            4. Provide health education and resources to students, faculty, families (parents) and the Shield’s Valley Community.

             5. Completes required documentation for programs by recording and keeping records on individual students/clients. Complete and submit Montana Annual Immunization Status Report to DPHHS yearly for school. Complete and submit monthly nursing reports, time sheets and travel logs according to designated deadlines.

             6. Monitors students’ school absences, facilitates reporting of same to health department weekly, reports incidence of reportable infectious diseases and performs follow-up with necessary referral for treatment as needed.

             7. Keep current in knowledge of community health school nursing; attend continuing education opportunities as available and resources allow.

 B. IMMUNIZATION

 1. Responsible for small immunization inventory, including the state’s Vaccines For Children program.  Logs inventory as directed by State assuring compliance and accuracy.

 2. Administers Hepatitis B vaccinations to adult school employees in accordance with the school district’s Blood borne Pathogen Policy. Conducts Blood borne Pathogen continuing education yearly for school personnel.

 3. May be asked to assist with flu or other immunization clinics throughout Park County as time allows.

Knowledge:

 This work requires knowledge in simple pediatric physical assessment, nursing diagnosis and nursing process, immunization schedules, and asthma medication and physiology.  Strong interpersonal skills and ability to relate with others a must. 

Must be familiar with medical terminology, medical and legal guidelines. Must be able to operate
a computer, have skills in word processing, data entry and specialized programs as necessary. Must be able to operate fax, copier and cell phone.

Education:

Bachelor's degree in nursing (can be LPN) preferable with public health emphasis, but not necessary. Experience working with the public and people of varying backgrounds. 

 CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

            Montana State Board of Nursing License – in good standing.

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

 

 

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Immunization Public Health Nurse

Livingston MT

Base Pay: 22.21-27.77/hour DOE

Park County is seeking an Immunization Public Health Nurse to join their team in Livingston, Montana! TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@...

Park County is seeking an Immunization Public Health Nurse to join their team in Livingston, Montana!

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

Pay: $22.21- $27.77/hour DOE

Position overview:

This is a multifaceted job with daily fluctuations based on the needs of the community.  It requires strong RN nursing skills and knowledge as well as the ability to quickly change roles.  This position will facilitate programs that include home visiting, immunization clinics, communicable disease surveillance, follow-up, reporting and on-call status while ‘off the clock’, community collaboration and outreach, public health emergency preparedness activities, community educational offerings and innovative approaches to reach at-risk populations to improve public health in Park County.  This position is the direct supervisor to the nursing staff employed by the Park County Health Department and acts in a supportive role for the Livingston School District Nurses. The position requires the highest level of confidentiality.

Assigned Duties and Tasks of Immunization Public Health Nurse:

 A.        IMMUNIZATION

  1. To coordinate with all Park County schools and daycare facilities to facilitate immunization clinics that include influenza, HPV, TDap and meningococcal immunizations.
  1. To coordinate with local volunteer services and high-risk employers to facilitate immunization clinics and/or offer in office immunizations by appointment.  These organizations include EMS, law enforcement, Southwest Chemical Dependency program, school district, City/County employees and others deemed appropriate.
  1. To conduct timely flu vaccine clinics for community members and local businesses during appropriate times of year. Order vaccines and supplies as needed.
  1. To fulfill Public Health Emergency Preparedness grant immunizations requirements quarterly reports to the State.
  1. To maintain State Immunization, grant requirements including quarterly reporting to the State.  Acts as Immunization grant liaison.
  1. To maintain and update County Bloodborne Pathogen policy including completion of continuing education annually for County employees and throughout the year for new hires.

B.        COMMUNICABLE DISEASE

  1. To assure communicable diseases are reported and treated accordingly to recommendations outlined in most current edition of “Control of Communicable Disease Manual” (compiled by the American Public Health Association) as well as guidance by the State DPHHS CD/Epi staff and in accordance with Montana State Code.
  1. To assume primary responsibility for communicable disease calls and questions from other County departments, local medical staff, providers, and State DPHHS CD/Epi staff.  Follows up in required time frame.  Although designated health department nursing staff can act as back-up, this nurse will be the first called.  These calls can happen outside normal hours of operation. 
  1. To respond timely to State monthly test calls upon receiving notifications.
  1. To work closely with Park County child care facilities/businesses, schools, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and other areas of communal residence or operation to provide guidance should any communicable disease be reported
  1. To fulfill Public Health Emergency Preparedness grant CD/Epi requirements including quarterly reports to the State.
  1. To maintain active surveillance of communicable diseases throughout Park County. And to enforce quarantine as needed, with guidance provided by Health Officer and Board of Health.
  1. To provide educational outreach to the Park County Community as time allows to prevent spread of communicable diseases.

C.   PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS (PHEP)

  1. To complete required FEMA training - listed under certification section.
  1. To maintain PHEP grant related duties, policies and protocols, and quarterly reports to the State.  Acts as PHEP grant liaison.
  1. To work in conjunction with Park County DES on countywide protocols and assists in facilitating yearly table-top or mock emergency preparedness exercises.
  1. To attend quarterly Local Emergency Preparedness Council meetings.

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

 

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Short Term Road Worker

Livingston MT

Base Pay: 16.58-20.73/hour DOE

Park County is seeking a Short Term Road Worker to join their team in Livingston, Montana! TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty....

Park County is seeking a Short Term Road Worker to join their team in Livingston, Montana!

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

Pay: $16.58- $20.73/hour DOE

Term: Seasonal

Position overview:  Position is responsible for assisting with the operation and maintenance of county roads and bridges. They work mostly with the road patching equipment and mowing county roads. In the autumn, job duties also include installing snow fencing. Depending on the weather and other factors, may include assisting other crew members with a multitude of duties. This position will perform any and all duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

Assigned Duties and Tasks of Short Term Road Worker:

Road Maintenance Duties:

 A.        Position assists with patching county roads, mowing county roads, installing snow fencing and other road maintenance. On a daily basis work duties are reviewed to determine type of work required and materials and equipment to be used. The position operates equipment such as, driving a tractor, side mower or other equipment in a safe and efficient manner.

 B.         Reports and record keeping. Road workers are required to maintain time, production,   and equipment inspection records with accuracy and in a timely manner.

Shop Duties:

 C.       Assists with duties at the county shop as assigned by the Supervisor and may include:

           working with the Mechanic, sweeping floor and other duties to keep shop clean and organized.

 D.        OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED:  as requested by supervisor.

Knowledge and Experience:

Must have ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Must have ability to read and interpret documents such as, but not limited to, safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals, and/or other documents. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively and courteously to the public. All temporary workers working more than 90 days are required to join the union.

Prefer one to two years’ related experience and/or training operating tractor mower, or equivalent combination of education and experience. General farm equipment experience preferred.

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

 

 

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Road and Bridge Foreman

Livingston MT

Base Pay: 23.97-29.91/hour DOE

Park County is seeking a Road and Bridge Foreman to join their team in Livingston, Montana! TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty...

Park County is seeking a Road and Bridge Foreman to join their team in Livingston, Montana!

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

Schedule: Full-time

Pay: $23.97-$29.91/hour DOE

Position overview:

The position supervises and coordinates activities essential to the operation and maintenance of roads and bridges in the County under the direction of the Public Works Director.  Position is responsible for supervising the daily activities of 10+ employee’s and various contractors associated with the essential functions of the Road and Bridge Department. Being on call for emergencies at all times or designating a competent employee in situations of absence. 

Assigned Duties and Tasks of Road and Bridge Foreman:

  1. To inspect work areas to determine type of work required and materials and equipment to be used.
  1. To direct workers in projects such as construction of bridges, installation of culverts, ditch and roadway maintenance, and grading and drainage areas.
  1. To operate and oversee operation of equipment such as, but not limited to, trucks, backhoes, loaders, sanders, asphalt equipment, graders and/or other equipment. Including establishment and adjustments to work schedules to meet objectives.
  1. To train or oversee training of workers in operation and maintenance of equipment.
  1. To supervise and direct mechanic(s) and oversee general shop operations and repairs.
  1. To analyze production schedules and estimate worker hour requirements for completion of job assignment.
  1. To ensure county policies are followed and enforces safety regulations.
  1. Interprets job orders to workers and assigns duties.
  1. Recommends measures to improve production, equipment performance, and quality of work.
  1. Suggests changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of work crew.
  1. Maintains current knowledge base of road documents and laws.
  1. Analyzes and resolves work problems or assists workers in solving work problems.
  1. Assists in preparation and implementation of the annual departmental budget.
  1. Initiates or suggests plans to motivate workers to achieve work goals.
  1. Maintains time, production, and equipment inspection and maintenance records.
  1. Completes forms, permits, and other requests as required.
  1. Confers with other supervisors and foremen to coordinate activities of individual departments to serve the public.

B.       SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBLITIES

  1. Directly supervises ten or more department laborers, truck drivers, mechanics and operating personnel.
  1. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with Park County policies and applicable laws.
  1. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

Education and Experience:

 Must have 10 years of documented successful experience in related field or equivalent combination of education and documented successful experience.  Experience may include but is not limited to heavy equipment training, diesel mechanic training, surveying, engineering, and other technical training.

 CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

 Commercial drivers license ( Class A Type1)

Must secure a valid MT CDL within 90 days of employment.

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

 

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Fairgrounds & Parks Crew Assistant

Livingston MT

Base Pay: 12.35-18.39/hour DOE

Park County is seeking a Fairgrounds & Park Crew Assistant to join their team in Livingston, Montana! TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarr...

Park County is seeking a Fairgrounds & Park Crew Assistant to join their team in Livingston, Montana!

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

Schedule: 35-40 hours/week- flexible scheduling available

Pay: $12.35-$18.39/hour DOE

Position Overview: This position is a seasonal position not to exceed 1000 hours with Park County. The position must be able to work a schedule to meet the needs of our customers at the Fairgrounds and Parks

Essential Duties and Responsibilities of Fairgrounds & Parks Crew Assistant:

a)     Make safety of self and others a top priority at all times.

b)    Provide manual tasks related to grounds keeping, cleaning and preparation of facilities for activities that are held on PCFP facilities and/or properties (properties include: Fairgrounds, Arch Park, Confluence Park, Green Acres Park, Silvergate Park).

c)     Maintain the cleanliness and organization of all facilities, grounds, tools, supplies, equipment, and other items belonging to the PCFP Department.

d)    Attend to the security of the grounds and buildings of fairgrounds, comprised of twelve buildings and the arena and implementing seasonal opening and close-down procedures.

e)    Perform general and special maintenance and upkeep on PCFP facilities and equipment as required

Knowledge and Requirements:

 The job requires knowledge of proper methods, techniques, materials, tools and equipment used in modern ground maintenance and janitorial duties; appropriate safety precautions; proper lifting techniques. Knowledge or willingness to learn about general maintenance and repair of equipment and vehicles is preferred.

This position works to carry out the work of the PCFP operations and services. The work requires the application of rules, regulations, and policies to ensure the proper procedures for the facility are used at all times. An ideal candidate is dependable and responsible.

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

 

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Road Shop Mechanic

Livingston MT

Base Pay: 19.70-24.87/hour DOE

Park County is seeking a Road Shop Mechanic to join their team in Livingston, Montana! TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org...

Park County is seeking a Road Shop Mechanic to join their team in Livingston, Montana!

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

Pay: $19.70-$24.87/hour DOE

 Position overview:  Position is responsible for the operation and maintenance of county equipment that provides maintenance of roads and bridges in Park County. The shop mechanic works directly with the road and bridge supervisor and along with the other team members on projects when assigned. Position is subject to the DOT federal drug testing requirements for a Commercial Vehicle License including a two-year clean testing history.  You must have a valid license to operate equipment.

Assigned Duties and Tasks of Road Shop Mechanic:

a)          To schedule vehicles and equipment needing service, repairs, warranty work or updates with regard to Road and Bridge priorities. To complete work orders for completed repairs. Keeps individual equipment repair and maintenance records.

 b)          To complete vehicle repair processes in a timely, efficient and accurate manner. This may include working on equipment that is in the field and not operable during inclement weather.

 c)    To order parts for repairs including price quotes for parts and places orders timely and efficiently. To complete parts inventory annually.

 d)          Keeps shop clean and organized including tools.  Periodically inspects tools for DLI standards to ensure safety for Road Team members.

Operator Team Duties:

a)     Reports and record keeping. Operators are required to maintain time, production, and equipment inspection records with accuracy and in a timely manner.

b)    On call: for emergencies year round and especially for snow removal during winter months.

 c.) OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED:  as requested by Supervisor.

Education, Experience, and Knowledge:

 Must have ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Must have ability to read and interpret documents such as, but not limited to, safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals, and/or other documents, blue prints, etc.  Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.  Ability to speak effectively and courteously to the public.  Must have ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Must be skilled in driving and operating heavy equipment vehicles for testing and diagnosis.  Should be skilled in basic welding, cutting and fabricating metals.  Must have ability to understand and operate special tools and diagnostic equipment. Must have basic computer skills.

Education and Experience: Must have the experience normally obtained through a high school diploma, GED or HiSET.  Must have four plus years’ commercial equipment mechanical experience and/or training. Actual in the field operating experience with equipment such as graders, loaders, backhoes and trucks would be an asset for this position.  Additional basic experience in welding, chainsaw operation, and tractor mowing experience preferred.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Commercial Driver’s License (Class A, Type 1) required with a clean driving history for two years. Endorsements: tank, can be obtained within 30 days of hire.  Must have two years of clean drug testing history. ASE certification, although not required, would be an added bonus

TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

 

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Deputy County Attorney

Livingston MT

Base Pay: 32.42-41.50/hour DOE

Park County is seeking a Deputy County Attorney to join their team in Livingston, Montana!  TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkc...

Park County is seeking a Deputy County Attorney to join their team in Livingston, Montana!

 TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

Pay: $32.42-$41.50/hour DOE

Responsibilities/Duties of Deputy County Attorney:

 A.   To research, interpret and apply laws, court decisions, statutes, ordinances and other legal authorities to prepare legal reports, opinions, briefs and appeals using independent judgment and discretion.

 B.    Will provide legal review and advice to Commissioners and other elected officials, department heads, managers, other county staff as necessary on agency policies for daily administration of regulatory and proprietary functions. This involves interpreting sometimes conflicting federal and state administrative, statutory, regulatory, and constitutional requirements and restrictions.

 C.   To confer with and advise county officials and employees on legal questions pertaining to their respective powers, duties, functions and obligations. This includes attending meetings of boards and commissions in order to provide legal advice and counsel.

 D.   To prepare formal written ordinances, resolutions, contracts, leases, conveyances and other legal documents to ensure they comply with applicable rules and implement the intent of governing bodies.

 E.    To make recommendations to the County Attorney concerning the advisability to prosecute, compromise or dismiss litigation.

 F.    Represent the State of Montana in cases including, but not limited to, criminal, abuse and neglect, involuntary commitment, and juveniles. 

 G.   Manage an active case load which includes, but is not limited to, making court appearances, negotiating plea agreements, drafting motions and responses to motions, and trying cases.

 H.   To review facts and information to gain an understanding and evaluate the strength of cases. Conducts follow-up factual investigation (i.e., interviews, gathering additional documentary evidence). Conducts discovery, including depositions. Develops case strategy, prepares for hearings and trials. Participates in mediations and settlement conferences.

 I.     To prepare pleadings and other papers to support and articulate the County or State’s position at trials, hearings, and other legal proceedings. Performs research, investigations and detailed legal documents for the trial or defense of the county in cases. Conducts legal research, draft motions, responsive pleadings and briefs. Prepares case analysis and evaluation memoranda for clients, prepares case-related correspondence, prepares settlement memos and brochures.

 J.     To appear and argue pre-trial motions and present cases to the court or jury to represent the County or the State in legal proceedings. This includes questioning potential jurors, presenting an opening statement, questioning and cross-examining witnesses; and adjusting case strategy depending on the results of questioning or cross-examination. Presents closing argument, to emphasize the strengths of the case and the County or State’s position with the goal of persuading the jury or court to reach a verdict in favor of the County or the State.

 K.   To be available to law enforcement, crisis response team members and other individuals needing guidance during non-traditional working hours.

 L.    OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED:  To attend workshops, seminars and educational sessions to maintain continuing legal education. To serve as staff member on various committees to provide legal input and advice. To perform other duties as assigned including, but not limited to, managing special projects, attending meetings and conferences, providing backup for other staff, participating in training, etc.  Attorneys are also expected to perform administrative functions as necessary.

 TO APPLY: email resume and cover to LHarreld@parkcounty.org OR Apply at https://jobs.parkcounty.org/

 

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Greeter

Bozeman MT

Base Pay: 15.59/hour

Westaff is seeking a Greeter for direct hire at a state of Montana office in Bozeman, MT! TO APPLY: Job Description - Bozeman MVD Greeter (211...

Westaff is seeking a Greeter for direct hire at a state of Montana office in Bozeman, MT!

TO APPLY: Job Description - Bozeman MVD Greeter (21140670) (taleo.net)

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

Term:permanent

Pay: $12/hour

Responsibilities of Greeter:

  • Greet walk-in customers with appointments
  • Ensure customers have all documentation needed
  • Sanitize and clean area as needed
  • Tasks as assigned

Qualifications:

  • No previous office experience required
  • GREAT customer service

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay!
  • Free online courses
  • Opportunity with the state

TO APPLY: Job Description - Bozeman MVD Greeter (21140670) (taleo.net)

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Greeter position in Bozeman!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Cashier

Helena MT

Base Pay: 10-10.50/hour

Westaff is seeking Cashiers for IMMEDIATE hire at a great business in Helena, MT! Schedule: days/times vary- flexible for your needs! Pay: $10-$10....

Westaff is seeking Cashiers for IMMEDIATE hire at a great business in Helena, MT!

Schedule: days/times vary- flexible for your needs!

Pay: $10-$10.50/hour

Responsibilities of Cashier:

  • Providing great customer service
  • Taking cash, credit, or check payment
  • Working in POS system to ring up items
  • Processing returns as needed
  • Assisting customers with questions

Benefits:

  • Health benefits for full-time
  • Great permanent opportunity

Apply today for IMMEDIATE consideration for our Cashier positions!

Military & Veterans encouraged to apply 

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Licensed Addiction Counselor

Butte MT

Base Pay: 45k-47k/year DOE

Butte Native Wellness Center is seeking a Licensed Addiction Counselor to join their team in Butte, MT! *Great career opportunity!* Schedule: Full-...

Butte Native Wellness Center is seeking a Licensed Addiction Counselor to join their team in Butte, MT!

*Great career opportunity!*

Schedule: Full-time, Monday-Friday

Pay: $45,000-$47,000/year DOE

Job Summary:

The Butte Native Wellness Center (BNWC) is an Urban Indian Organization located in Butte, Montana.  A State of Montana certified outpatient facility, the BNWC center provides treatment services to individuals 18 years or older who are in need of primary care, mental health and/or substance use disorder treatment.  The successful candidate will be responsible for the evaluation, treatment planning and care of an individual with a substance use disorder or co-occurring disorder. The candidate is expected to work within a treatment team and cooperate with team members to provide client centered care in a harm reduction approach with self-determination and wellness as a focus.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

Provides evaluations for people with substance use disorders

Provides one on one substance abuse counseling

Provides group treatment classes

Provides clinical mentoring, coaching, guidance, training and support to workforce onsite.

Develops and maintains tribal resources for staff, such as protocols and training related to Substance Use Disorder treatment and behavioral health.

Participates in regular meetings to keep staff informed and to seek feedback on clinical programming

Enters daily into an Electronic Health Record to maintain compliance with funders’ requirements

Ability to establish and to develop and strong working relationships with individuals from multiple tribes.

Analyze and implement effective treatment strategies following facility policies and state laws, rules and regulations.

Minimum Qualifications (Education & Experience):

  • Must be licensed in the State of Montana as a Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC). The  preferred candidate will be would hold dual licenses in the State of Montana as a LAC with a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC).
  • Five years of job related experience, preferably in substance use recovery counseling, clinical social work.
  • Two years’ experience working with the Native American population preferred.
  • Co-occurring treatment experience preferred.
  • Other combinations of related education and experience may be considered.

Apply today for consideration for the Licensed Addiction Counselor position!

 

 

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Staff Bios

Michelle Edmunds President/ Sr. HR consultant
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  • Started with the company in 2012, in human resources since 2003
  • B.S. in Human Resources and Industrial Relations, Carlson School of Management - University of Minnesota
  • SHRM Helena Board Member, Rotary, Women’s Leadership Network Board Member, Chamber of Commerce
  • Helena Young Professionals 2015: 20 under 40
  • SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Corinne Moore Branch Manager
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  • Started with the company in 2014, four years in industry
  • M.A. in Communication
  • SHRM member
  • PHR certification
Emma Rooney Branch Manager
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  • Started with the company November 2017, two years in the staffing industry
  • B.S. in Social Work
Sara McIntire Staffing Manager
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  • 10+ years experience in the staffing industry
  • B.A. in Social Sciences from North West University
  • Certificate in College and Career Counseling
McKenzie Tidwell Office Manager
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  • 7+ years experience in the staffing industry
  • B.A. from Illinois State