Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of April 4

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A part-time elementary school paraprofessional is needed for the 2016-2017 school year. Applicants must be certified Montana teachers or certifiable by the time of employment. This position assists in grades K-8 in multilevel classrooms with an emphasis on the lower grades, must be interested in classical education and willing to attend training, be passionate about Christian education and school ministry, attend workshops regularly, and be amenable to attending services from time to time. The position has the potential to become a full-time teaching position. Salary is negotiable. For more information, call (406) 728-7060 or email us at missoulajsc@mt.gov and ask about job #10190088.

A law firm seeks a receptionist/legal assistant. Responsibilities include answering phones and greeting clients; communications with clients, witnesses, experts and attorneys; transcribing, typing, drafting, and proofreading documents; organizing and maintaining files and calendaring events; factual research; scanning, emailing, faxing, and mailing documents; and general office assisting. This requires strong and confident verbal communication skills, the ability to be organized, efficient, and willing to learn, and the ability to present a professional first impression for the firm. A typing speed of at least 55 words per minute is required. Applicants must have their own car and valid driver’s license for running errands, ability to lift up to 50 pounds occasionally, and willing to work a full-time schedule. The firm is looking for a long-term employee. Experience in a law firm is not required. This is job #10190037.

Jobs Hire Me FeaturedAn operations and program director will supervise and manage programs that include first-time homebuyer and financial education, and housing and financial counseling programs. This position also supervises staff and oversees organizational operations, including technology and HR. Successful candidates must have related work experience, excellent interpersonal communication skills, and great attention to detail. Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in business, human services, education, or a related degree; five years of experience in a position with related duties; and supervisory/organizational leadership and operations experience, including human resources. Preferred is experience in grant writing and reporting, including experience with statistical and trend analysis, and experience in program management, development, and evaluation. Wage is $44,000 to $55,000 per year, plus health insurance, paid time off, and retirement. Ask about job #10188876.

A local landscaping service is looking for lawn mowers. Employees will maintain customers’ yards using hand or power tools and other equipment, including a Walker mower. Maintenance includes edging walks and landscaping areas, trimming, planting, watering, fertilizing, digging, raking, and disposing of grass and other landscaping waste materials. Wage is $10 per hour, for 40 hours per week on weekdays and the potential of more hours. This is job #10190668.

A full-time recording clerk is needed to perform a variety of complex administrative duties, including reviewing, recording/filing and providing public access to legal documents and vital records, as well as performing the duties of an election clerk. An associate degree is required, preferably in administrative management, management, business, or paralegal studies. The job requires two years of experience working with real property transactions. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Pay is $14.97 per hour. Job #10190951 closes April 8 (Friday).

The same employer needs a landscape technician to assist with preparation and maintenance of grounds and property, using hand or power tools and other equipment. The technician performs a variety of tasks which may include laying sod, mowing, trimming, planting, watering, fertilizing, digging, raking, sprinkler installation, and installation of mortarless segmental concrete masonry wall units and paving. Applicants must be able to lift 80 pounds and work in inclement weather. Wage is $13.50 per hour for job #10190670.

A certified nursing assistant is needed to provide hospice care for patients. Duties may including getting patients up in the morning, putting them into bed, performing personal and medical care, and completing light housekeeping tasks. The CNA will assist families and patients in ways to spend their last days on their terms, using the most creative solutions to provide holistic healthcare. CNAs are required to maintain current Montana certification, to work autonomously and within a team care environment, to demonstrate knowledge of hospice care and philosophy. The job requires interpersonal, conflict resolution, competent CNA home care, and organizational skills. Technology skills and experience with electronic medical records are needed. Required are a smartphone to use during work shifts, a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle to travel to patients’ homes, hospitals, and care facilities, and current vehicle insurance coverage. Pay depends on experience and includes benefits, mileage reimbursement, paid travel time and stipend for smartphone. Usual shift is weekdays, full time – 32 to 40 hours per week. May work evenings and weekends at job #10190457.

A senior accounting clerk position requires training and experience equivalent to high-school graduation plus three years of bookkeeping experience or completion of relevant formal course work and two years of experience. Automated bookkeeping and two years of customer service experience is preferred. The clerk performs variety of bookkeeping, data entry, and billing work. Work is full-time and wage is $15.54 per hour. Job #10190663 closes April 8 (Friday).

You must be able to work independently and have a good work ethic for this laundry attendant job. Also required is the ability to pass a background check and drug screening, to lift up to 50 pounds, and to have some flexibility in schedule. Experience is not required. This employee provides excellent customer service; takes in clothing and receives payments; washes, dries, folds, and irons clothing; maintains a clean environment, and solves problems and minor issues with machines. Schedule will be discussed at interview. Pay depends on ability, attitude, and experience. Ask about job #10190882.


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