Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of Dec 28

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Experience in a legal setting is preferred, but not required for a full-time administrative assistant job. This employee enters and updates records in computerized databases; assists in preparation of case files, including ordering law enforcement reports, evidence and certified records; duplicates electronic evidence; and manages and follows up on tasks related to file preparation. A current typing speed of at least 45 words per minute is required. Pay is $15.54 per hour, with benefits. For more information, call (406) 728-7060 or email us at missoulajsc@mt.gov and ask about job #10171342.

A local assisted living facility seeks a compassionate, caring CNA or PCA for a part-time position. Duties include completing documentation on residents, transferring and discharging residents, providing medication assistance, personal care, maintaining a safe and sanitary environment, preparing and serving food with clean-up, housekeeping and laundry, and assisting residents with activities. CNAs must have current Montana certification; PCAs are not required to have certification. Employer is willing to train PCAs. Experience with elder care or dementia patients is preferred. Applications must be able to work in a team environment, have considerable patience, and the desire to work with elderly residents. Requirements include the ability to lift up to 75 pounds, ability to pass a full background check and drug test, and ability to be available for any shift. Pay is $10 per hour or more, depending on experience. Benefits are offered. Ask about job #10170815.

jobsHousekeepers are needed to work part-time, from 9 a.m. until work is finished. Duties include cleaning and vacuuming rooms, changing linens, cleaning bathrooms, restocking cleaning cart, and providing excellent customer service. Applicants should be available to work varied days and must be available to work on weekends. Wage is $8.75 per hour or more, depending on experience. This is job #10171373.

A part-time night auditor and part-time desk clerk position can be combined for one hotel employee or split between two. These positions will assist customers, check them in and out, and answer phone calls. The night auditor also completes a nightly audit of accounts and sets up the breakfast bar. Good computer skills and excellent customer service skills are required. The auditor works from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m., for 16 hours per week at $9.50 per hour. The desk clerk works from 3-11 p.m. for 16 hours per week, at $8.50 per hour. Employees will not be scheduled for back-to-back shifts. Pay depends on shifts worked. This is job #10171374.

A senior zoologist works with biologists and resource managers to assemble and disseminate information on the distribution, population status, and ecological requirements of Montana’s animal species. This position provides technical expertise, assists other agencies and organizations in developing effective management strategies, and disseminates information resulting from surveys and available scientific literature. Primary duties include designing, securing funding for, and conducting inventory and applied research on priority species and habitats; leading animal species status ranking for Montana; coordinating the collection and management of statewide biological data; contributing to conservation and management planning; building collaboration among agencies, biologists, and data contributors; developing reports, posters, technical publications and web pages; answering zoological-related data requests; and providing expertise to resource managers and decision-makers. The senior zoologist supervises permanent and temporary employees and contractors as needed.

Qualifications include a graduate degree in zoology, wildlife biology, or a related field and at least three years of relevant professional experience or an equivalent combination, including demonstrated proficiency in field inventory, monitoring, research design, sampling methods, and data analysis. Other requirements include knowledge of the animal species and habitats of Montana and the principles of applying scientific information to on-the-ground conservation and management; demonstrated ability to secure funding for inventory and status assessment of animal species; supervisory experience; and successful experience in developing and managing budgets, directing employees, and contracting work for multiple projects simultaneously. For more information, ask about job #10168764.


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