Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs of the Week | January 21

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A new mental health center is seeking a Dually-Licensed Clinician who will perform work tasks as an addiction counselor in areas of assessments, counseling, lecturing, and crisis intervention.

This position requires a Master’s Degree in a Behavioral Science with specific coursework or training in addictions, symptomology and treatment of other mental health disorders. Applicants must have dual licensure as an addictions counselor and as a clinical social worker or licensed clinical professional counselor in the State of Montana.

In addition, applicants must have three years’ experience in an advanced clinical practice. In this position, the clinician will maintain program record keeping in a professional and timely manner and in accordance with program and state requirements.

He or she will conduct diagnostic assessments; provide group, individual, and family counseling services, and case management services. In addition, the clinician will provide training and presentation to community groups and agencies on related substance abuse topics. This is a full time position with a competitive salary dependent on experience.

For more information, call the Missoula Job Service at (406) 728-7060 or email us at missoulajsc@mt.gov and ask about job #2983482.


A local university seeks an Ecologist/Photo-Interpreter.

This position requires a bachelor’s degree in biology, botany, ecology, geography, or wildlife biology; an advanced degree is preferred. The employee must be able to work in variable weather conditions, must possess a valid driver’s license and current insurance, and must be able to hike long distances over rough terrain, carrying equipment and gear.

This employee interprets, classifies and digitizes wetland and riparian systems through remotely sensed imagery. Duties include identifying vegetation and integrating data into the Montana Natural Heritage Program. This is a one-year, full-time, possibly renewable position. The starting wage range is $30,000 per year.

For more information, call the Missoula Job Service at (406) 728-7060 or email us at missoulajsc@mt.gov and ask about job #2983443.


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