Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of March 21

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A busy veterinary hospital seeks a full-time, experienced receptionist to start as soon as possible. Duties include answering phone calls, entering medical information into the computer system, providing admission sheets to the doctor, processing mail, scheduling conference room appointments, filing and maintaining lab-work records, ordering and maintaining pet food and office supplies, filling prescriptions, and collecting account receivables. Animal experience is preferred, but not required. Wage is $23,000 per year or more. For more information, call (406) 728-7060 or email us at missoulajsc@mt.gov and ask about job #10184946.

A medical receptionist greets patients, answers a multi-line phone system, schedules appointments, assigns charges for services, collects fees, and represents the clinic in the best possible manner. A high-school diploma or equivalent is required, along with basic computer skills. Preferred is at least one year’s experience in the clerical field and familiarity with medical terminology. Wage is $11 to $13 per hour. Schedule is 24 to 32 hours per week. This is job #10187682.

better jobA seasonal, part-time weed education assistant and youth crew leader earns $14.56 per hour. Required is 24 college semester credits. Courses most applicable to the position are in forestry, natural resources, biology, botany, or other plant sciences. At least two years of experience in teaching or field education is required. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. This position leads high school students in natural-resource restoration activities and assists the weed education coordinator in the preparation, scheduling, and presentation of classroom and outdoor field trips. Position runs through August. Ask about job#10188203.

Energetic HCAs, PCAs, HHAs, and CNAs are needed to provide direct care to patients for a locally owned, in-home business with a full continuum of care. These positions will follow an individual service plan, treating each resident with respect and dignity and recognizing individual needs. Responsibilities include assisting with bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, transferring, and getting to and from activities and meals. May include preparation of meals and light housekeeping. Qualifications include meeting license and certification requirements, and having a driver’s license, clean driving record, and reliable transportation. At least a year of experience is preferred. Shifts vary. Wage is $11 to $11.25 per hour for #10186602.

The same employer seeks care givers who are driven, fun-loving people who are able to provide individualized care for seniors. A driver’s license, clean driving record, and reliable transportation are required. Responsibilities include companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, medication reminders, personal care assistance, and Alzheimer’s or other dementia support. Various short shifts and 12-hour shifts are available. Wage is $11 to $11.25 per hour. Ask about job #10186619.

A nutrition associate works in the dish room, prepares and assembles food items, and delivers and retrieves food trays. Minimum requirements are high school diploma or equivalent in progress, proficiency in verbal and written English, and ability to work well under pressure. Must be ServSafe certified within six months of hire. Wage is $10 to $11.50 per hour. Shifts are variable. This is job #10187678.

A sandblaster / powder coat painter is needed to work full-time. Duties include sand blasting, degreasing parts, and spraying parts with powder. Applicants with experience painting or sand blasting are preferred, but employer is willing to train the right candidate. Requirements include the ability lift and move at least 75 pounds. This is a fast-paced work environment that requires intense physical labor. Must be fitted for a respirator, so per OSHA, must be clean-shaven. Employer cannot hire felons due to federal regulations. Candidates should be willing to work some overtime; schedule is weekdays. Pay depends on experience and ability. Starting wage is $14 to $19 per hour. Benefits include paid vacation, paid holidays, major medical, vision and dental insurance, and retirement plan. Ask about job #10185697.

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