Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of March 28

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A full-time reception job duties include answering phones, scheduling appointments, and taking detailed messages. This is a busy office environment. Applicants must be able to learn new software and have excellent customer-service skills. Some typing and computer knowledge is helpful. The job requires considerable patience and the ability to work effectively and professionally with a wide range of people of all ages and abilities. Schedule is weekdays, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Starting wage is $11.67 per hour with full benefits, including health insurance, three weeks of paid vacation, retirement fund, and more. For more information, call (406) 728-7060 or email us at missoulajsc@mt.gov and ask about job #10188719.

An experience logging truck driver is needed in Missoula. Required is a Class A CDL and at least a year of experience driving a logging truck in mountainous areas in all weather conditions. Must be able to drive in a safe manner at all times and have winter log truck driving experience – including on icy, muddy and bad road conditions – no exceptions. A drug test will be conducted prior to employment. Pay is by the load; will discuss at interview. This is job #10188724.

A medical office is looking for an office manager. Position starts at 20 hours per week and may progress to full-time in the summer. This job requires excellent personal, verbal, and written communication skills; the ability to work independently; organization skills; fluency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Pages and Numbers; and the ability to work on PC and Mac-based computer systems. Wage is $12 to $15 per hour. Ask about job #10188949.

jobsTo qualify for a hotel night auditor position, applicants must be able to accurately handle cash and credit card transactions and have basic computer skills. The auditor reconciles and audits daily books, checks in guests, handles reservations and cancellations, and set up a continental breakfast buffet. Shift is 11 p.m. to 7 a.m., approximately 24 to 32 hours per week; must be able to stay awake the entire shift. Pay depends on experience for job #10184119.

Two assistant travel counselors are needed for a visitor center, assisting with office tasks as time permits. The employer is looking for someone who is warm, friendly, genuine, energetic and personable, exemplifying high service standards. Duties include greeting visitors, responding to visitor inquiry requests and tracking visitors. This requires a working knowledge of highways, transportation systems, public and private attractions and recreation areas, events, weather conditions, and accommodations. The counselors also answer phones, input events into an online calendar, assist with office correspondence and development and maintenance of a digital image catalog in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, and input visitor registration into a data base. This is seasonal, part-time work from June to September 2. Hours will be weekdays from 4-7 p.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and 11 a.m. to 4 pm. on Sundays. Additional coverage is needed on weekends from May 1-30 and September 3-25. For more information, ask about job #10189540.

A full-time executive director is needed for an organization that promotes school readiness in preschool-age children. The director is responsible for managing the overall organization under the general oversight of the board of directors and provides leadership to the staff, board and policy council with the outcome of providing the highest quality of services to children and families at all sites. The director serves as a liaison to outside agencies and community organizations, attends scheduled meetings, and will direct the activities of the program within established guidelines. Qualifications include at least a bachelor’s degree in human services, special education, early childhood, or related fields. Five years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified in the full job description. Preferred is experience in success in nonprofit management, administration, and leadership; working with a board of directors and implementing organizational strategic plans, missions, visions, and values; knowledge of management systems, principles, and practices; skill in examining operations and producers, formulating policy and developing new strategies; supervision; managing conflict; developing and monitoring budgets and fiscal management; grant writing, formulating policies and implementing new strategies and procedures; knowledge of programs/services offered by the organization and knowledge of school readiness requirements; data-based decision-making and analysis of educational data; and understanding of the state and federal legislative processes as well as knowledge of applicable laws and regulations which impact the organization. Wage is negotiable for job #10179417.



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