Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of May 18

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Outdoor, general labor positions are open for applicants with physical strength, hand-eye coordination and endurance. Wage is $10-$12 per hour, depending on experience. For more information, call (406) 728-7060 or email us at missoulajsc@mt.gov and ask about job #10124203.

A safety officer in Missoula provides technical support and assistance to the site manager and management team. Duties include evaluating safety and health programs to identify areas that require attention, maintaining the site’s safety recordkeeping, developing a training matrix and tracks compliance, and conducting weekly safety inspections of the facilities. Other work includes maintaining a current cumulative corrective action log, assisting incident investigation teams, and ensuring that incident reports are thorough and that root causes, corrective action, and lessons learned have been determined. This job requires at least three years of safety and health experience, a bachelor’s degree in occupational safety and health or a closely related field, BCSP/ABIH certification or joint accreditations, and knowledge of local, state, and federal safety and health regulations. Wage is negotiable and includes a comprehensive benefits package. This is job #10126179.

JobsWildland firefighters are needed by a private company that fights forest and range fires and conducts wildfire suppression. The company trains those without experience. Applicants must demonstrate physical ability for demanding and occasionally hazardous work; they must be able to hike with weights averaging 45 pounds through steep and rugged terrain. Firefighters travel throughout the United States and must be away from home for extended periods of time, working varied hours, shifts, days, and overtime, depending on need. They must report for duty within an hour of call from employer. Pay depends on experience. Job #10110988 closes on May 29.

Another fire company seeks an experienced engine crew boss to work in northern Idaho or Montana. Applicants must have annual fire-line safety refresher course and current intermediate fire behavior and crew boss training certification. Pay is negotiable. Ask about job #10124973.

A substitute dispatcher provides support to an education HR director and HR supervisor. This includes maintaining a secretary substitute list, participating in substitute orientation, responding to questions regarding employee benefits and credentials, coordinating recruitment for substitutes, and updating a handbook. Three years of highly responsible experience is required; one year in an HR-related field and experience in an educational organization is preferred. Pay is $31,569 annually. Job #10125992 closes May 20.

keyboardWaiting on customers in a professional and courteous manner, taking payments, stocking merchandise, and keeping the store clean are the duties of a cashier at a convenience store. Applicants must be able to lift up to 30 pounds, pass a drug test and background check, and have a working phone and reliable transportation. This position is primarily the graveyard shift with possible day shifts. Hours are 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., with three or more shifts per week. Pay starts at $8.25 per hour. This is job #10125500.



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