Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of Nov 23

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A renewable chemical company is hiring a human resources generalist to perform human resource duties, including recruiting/hiring, on-boarding, health and welfare/benefits, employee relations, performance management, training, workers compensation, and compliance/policies/procedures. Duties include developing and implementing the new employee orientation program for new hires, coordinating the company’s internship, and coordinating employee meetings. Qualifications include a four-year degree in business administration, human resources, or equivalent experience; at least four years of progressively responsible human resources generalist experience with demonstrated competence in performance manage, employee relations and HR administration; at least two years of experience providing HR guidance to managers. Professional Human Resources certification is preferred. Pay depends on experience. For more information, call (406) 728-7060 or email us at missoulajsc@mt.gov and ask about job #10161812.

An administrative assistant is needed for filing, mailing, updating informational contacts, and maintaining databases. Applicants should have a working knowledge of office procedures, practices, and machines. Excellent typing skills, the ability to take extensive notes and to transcribe them, and skill in working with the public and other professionals is expected. A high-school diploma or equivalent is required. At least two years’ experience in an office setting is preferred. Wage is $10.50 per hour for this full-time job. It is job #10165505.

get-the-job-logo1Working with children ages 3 ½ to 4 is the job of a lead teacher, needed to begin work in early January. A loving, kind, patient, flexible, friendly, and positive person is ideal for this position. Desired qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in child development. A child care development specialist apprenticeship certification and an associates degree in early childhood education will be considered. Prior experience working with children ages 2-5 in a preschool or child-care setting is preferred. Wage depends on degree and past experience, and comes with health, dental, vision, and vacation benefits. Hours are 30 to 40 per week for job #10165020.

A non-profit organization seeks an accounting clerk. This employee classifies, records, and verifies financial data and follows standard procedures in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles in making a variety of accounting system entries and computations from source data, including invoices, timesheets, and receipts. This position requires an associates degree in accounting or three years of experience in bookkeeping or a combination of education and experience that may include volunteer work. Occasional weekend or evening work may be required. A valid Montana driver’s license and insurance is required. Work is full-time on weekdays. Wage is $13.05 to $13.78 per hour. This is job #10164968.

A Missoula-based collection agency seeks an experienced administrative assistant. This employee will organize, create and assign accounts to members of the collection team, perform filing duties, generate statements, handle bulk mailing, create correspondence, and provide overall office support. Applicants must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrate proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and other computer software programs, and be able to type 40 words per minute. This is a part-time position with a flexible schedule at 20 hours per week. Wage is $12 to $13 per hour. This is job #10165001.

A legal assistant/paralegal is needed at a small, highly rated law firm specializing in real estate and conservation transactions. Daily tasks include document drafting, review, and revision; scheduling and calendaring; electronic and paper file management; telephone contact with clients and other professionals; and, if qualified, legal research and analysis. This job demands excellent grammar, spelling, and punctuation, and command of Microsoft Word. Work can be full-time or part-time with benefits. Starting pay ranges from $12 to $15. Ask about job #10165265.

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