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It is Missoula County’s policy:

Missoula County will not refuse employment or discriminate in compensation, benefits, or the other terms, conditions and privileges of employment based upon: race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or expression, religion, creed, age, marital status, political belief, physical or mental disability (including on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition), genetic conditions or predisposition to certain diseases, unless that factor has been established as a bona fide occupational qualification (BFOQ).

The Missoula County Equal Employment Opportunity Plan and supporting data are on file in the Human Resources Office and available for inspection. Human Resources Office is located in the Missoula County Administration Building at 199 West Pine. The mailing address for Human Resources is 200 West Broadway, Missoula, MT 59802.

Job Application Process

To view details for an open position click on the job title from the list below. Application instructions and a link to the online application are included with each job posting. If you need assistance applying for Missoula County jobs, contact the Missoula Job Service by calling 406.542.5786 or Missoula County Human Resoureces at 406.258.4874.

To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

Available Jobs

Applied!
Regular, Full Time ($16.66 per hour)
Closes 12/1/2014 at 5:00:00 PM
Base Rate $16.66 per hour
Status Regular
Schedule Full Time
Department County Attorney
Bargaining Unit FMCE
Closing Date 12/1/2014 5:00:00 PM

Description

These additional documents must be attached to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: LETTER OF INTEREST, and COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS (UNOFFICIAL ACCEPTABLE). Victim Witness Coordinator -Provides support and liaison services to victims, with specific focus on victims of sexual assault and witnesses, for the County Attorney’s Office. Coordinates hearing and legal arrangements; and communicates with crime victims, and their advocates and witnesses on behalf of the County Attorney’s office. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

Minimal Qualifications

Requires a Bachelor’s degree. Degrees best suited for this position include criminology, sociology, psychology, and social work. Requires two years of experience working in the criminal justice system or providing victim and witness assistance.

Special Requirements

Must pass an extensive criminal history background investigation.

Representative Examples of Work

Contacts victims and witnesses of crimes, explains the County Attorney’s Office role and procedures, provides referral to the Crime Victim Advocate Program for advocacy and support services. Answers questions and explains the legal and judicial system processes and procedures to victims and witnesses as their case moves through the legal and court systems. Maintains contact with victims, their advocates, and witnesses to provide them with information. Attends judicial hearings and trials, as needed, in order to provide victims and witnesses with information during such sessions. Schedules interviews with victims, their advocates, witnesses, prosecution, and defense. Provides victims and witnesses with information concerning court hearings, and serves as liaison between the victim, Crime Victim Advocates, and the County’s prosecuting attorney. Explains Youth Court Act to victims of juvenile offenders. Mails subpoenas and provides appearance information to advocates and witnesses; provides employer intercession services for witnesses when requested; resolves appearance issues to ensure out-of-town victims and witnesses appear in court. Provides criminal justice agency partners (i.e., law enforcement, advocates, etc.) status updates regarding ongoing cases (i.e., charging decisions for pending cases, continuances, etc.). Assists County Attorney’s Office staff and law enforcement in gathering and presenting information from victims as to restitution requested. Provides the prosecuting attorney with impressions and opinions concerning the strength of the case and the victims and witnesses, strategy and planning. Maintains accurate documentation, records, case notes, and files on each case; and prepares materials for assigned attorneys as necessary. Reviews files to ensure that all witnesses have been listed and to determine investigative information required, including medical reports, state crime laboratory reports, possible blood, hair, saliva, and handwriting samples. Secures evidence, and obtains and disseminates investigative information as appropriate. Participates in local interagency networks including social service agencies, law enforcement agencies, and community organizations providing a coordinated community response to victims of crime. Attends training meetings, conferences, and workshops as necessary.

Physical/Environmental Demands

The work is primarily performed in an office setting but involves frequent visits to city and county offices. The work involves contact with people who have experienced violence creating the potential for significant emotional stress for the employee and possible exposure to violent incidents.

Additional Required Information

Supplemental information may be required with your application for this position. Check the TO APPLY section of this job posting to see what documents may be required. All required documents must be attached before you submit this application. THIS MAY REQUIRE THAT YOU SCAN THOSE DOCUMENTS SO THEY CAN BE ATTACHED HERE.

To Apply

Submit your Missoula County on-line application by 5:00 p.m. Monday 12/1/2014. These additional documents must be attached to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: LETTER OF INTEREST, and COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS (UNOFFICIAL ACCEPTABLE). Missoula County Human Resources Department is located at 199 W Pine, Missoula, MT 59802. For questions about online application process call 406-258-4462 or 406-258-4874. Applicants may submit a written request for any accommodation needed to participate in the application and selection process. Missoula County will consider any reasonable accommodation. The Missoula County EEOP is on file in the Human Resources Office.
To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

Applied!
Regular, Full Time ($150,000.00/Year DOE)
Closes 12/1/2014 at 5:00:00 PM
Base Rate $150,000.00/Year DOE
Status Regular
Schedule Full Time
Department Partnership Health Center
Bargaining Unit None
Closing Date 12/1/2014 5:00:00 PM

Description

This additional documentation must be attached to your on-line application which may require scanning: Documentation that meet above requirements including license and DEA numbers plus a curriculum vitae. Physician - Serves as a physician member of the Partnership Health Center primary care staff, which includes mid-level practitioners and volunteer physicians. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

Minimal Qualifications

Requires the degree of Medical Doctor from an accredited medical school; Board certified, board-eligible or residency trained; family medicine is required.

Special Requirements

Representative Examples of Work

Provides primary medical care, including assessment diagnosis and treatment of patients, and maintains medical records of patient visits using adopted format. Addresses preventive health and public health issues as appropriate. Maintains estimated minimum caseload of 4,800 patient visits per year per one clinical FTE. Assures appropriate referrals and/or hospitalization with hospitalists as indicated for patients. Participates in after hours call system for PHC patients in cooperative fashion with other PHC providers. Participates in quality assurance activities including chart review, CQI team participation and other activities as assigned by the Medical Director. Participates in PHC staff meetings and clinic meetings, and serves as a leadership model for other staff regarding commitment to PHC's mission and philosophy. Establishes, reviews and maintains clinical policies and principles to assure the quality of medical care provided to patients.

Physical/Environmental Demands

Requires bending and lifting in the medium range (20 to 40 pounds). Involves a high risk of exposure to blood borne pathogens.

Additional Required Information

Supplemental information may be required with your application for this position. Check the TO APPLY section of this job posting to see what documents may be required. All required documents must be attached before you submit this application. THIS MAY REQUIRE THAT YOU SCAN THOSE DOCUMENTS SO THEY CAN BE ATTACHED HERE.

To Apply

Submit Missoula County on-line application by 5:00 P.M. Monday, 12/1/2014. This additional documentation must be attached to your on-line application which may require scanning: Documentation that meet above requirements including license and DEA numbers plus a curriculum vitae Missoula County Human Resources Department is located at 199 W Pine, Missoula, MT 59802. For questions about online application process call 406-258-4462 or 406-258-4874. Applicants may submit a written request for any accommodation needed to participate in the application and selection process. Missoula County will consider any reasonable accommodation. The Missoula County EEOP is on file in the Human Resources Office.
To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

Applied!
Regular, Full Time ($17.14 per hour)
Closes 12/2/2014 at 5:00:00 PM
Base Rate $17.14 per hour
Status Regular
Schedule Full Time
Department County Attorney
Bargaining Unit None
Closing Date 12/2/2014 5:00:00 PM

Description

These additional documents must be attached to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: LETTER OF INTEREST, and COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS (UNOFFICIAL ACCEPTABLE). County Attorney Office Administrator - Supervises administrative support staff and activities; provides paralegal assistance; and performs administrative support duties to relieve attorneys of important detail work. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

Minimal Qualifications

Bachelor’s level education is preferred in field related to office administration. With no degree, college level education demonstrating 2 years of coursework in a field of study will be considered with relevant experience. Paralegal certification is required or equivalent training and experience. Training or certification in office management, staff supervision and communications is desirable. Formal training in computer skill areas is desirable. Requires four years of increasingly responsible secretarial/clerical work in a legal setting. Requires at least one year of staff supervision experience.

Special Requirements

Representative Examples of Work

Participates on the management team with the County Attorney and Chief Deputy County Attorneys to set work priorities and resolve problems; to develop budgets and office policies; and to coordinate overall office administration. Supervises office support staff including: hiring, scheduling, performance management and participation in termination decisions. Trouble shoots issues and answers questions; facilitates good employee relations and schedules and facilitates staff meetings. Provides training to all non-attorney staff. Performs work as a paralegal to support work of the civil attorneys including performing legal search; providing assistance with discovery obligations; and preparing, filing and processing court documents and correspondence. Provides general administrative support and assistance to attorneys on staff. Coordinates administrative support tasks including: reception of callers and visitors; scheduling appointments and special events; daily mail and other information; preparing payroll forms; monitoring budget requests and processing claims. Performs support work to provide coverage during staff absences. Provides technical assistance for office staff on computer systems. Serves as the network coordinator for the department; trouble shoots problems; coordinates upgrades with Information Services personnel. Serves as a liaison between office support staff and department officials, other county departments and the public. Coordinates office relations with other county departments. Attends meetings as the department representative. Implements departmental and county policies, rules and regulations; ensures departmental compliance with relevant collective bargaining agreement(s).

Physical/Environmental Demands

The work is commonly performed in an office setting with a considerable amount of time using a computer keyboard. May occasionally require light, (up to 20 lbs), lifting. May requires travel outside county offices to meetings or to conduct research.

Additional Required Information

Supplemental information may be required with your application for this position. Check the TO APPLY section of this job posting to see what documents may be required. All required documents must be attached before you submit this application. THIS MAY REQUIRE THAT YOU SCAN THOSE DOCUMENTS SO THEY CAN BE ATTACHED HERE.

To Apply

Submit your Missoula County on-line application by 5:00 p.m. Tuesday 12/2/2014. These additional documents must be attached to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: LETTER OF INTEREST, and COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS (UNOFFICIAL ACCEPTABLE). Missoula County Human Resources Department is located at 199 W Pine, Missoula, MT 59802. For questions about online application process call 406-258-4462 or 406-258-4874. Applicants may submit a written request for any accommodation needed to participate in the application and selection process. Missoula County will consider any reasonable accommodation. The Missoula County EEOP is on file in the Human Resources Office.
To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

Applied!
Regular, Full Time ($14.78 per hour)
Closes 12/2/2014 at 5:00:00 PM
Base Rate $14.78 per hour
Status Regular
Schedule Full Time
Department Office of Emergency Management
Bargaining Unit AFSCME
Closing Date 12/2/2014 5:00:00 PM

Description

The following SIX (6) documents MUST BE INCLUDED WITH YOUR APPLICATION AND THIS MAY REQUIRE SCANNING THEM. Incomplete application packets will be disqualified. Include: 1-Montana Job Service Typing and 2-Alpha-Numerical Data Entry tests (current within 6 months); 3-documentation of high school graduation or GED; 4-Copy of your driver’s license or state issued identification card; 5-signed 9-1-1 Information Sheet (available on-line); and 6- Signed Waiver/Release for background check Waiver/Release (available on-line). Public Safety Communications Officer I - Performs work involved with 9-1-1 call taking and emergency service dispatching from a communications center. This is an entry level training position for the 9-1-1 Center and is used to train employees to take emergency and non-emergency phone calls; to dispatch emergency medical and fire services; and to prepare the employee for advancement to PSCO-II level duties anticipated to occur after one year of employment. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

Minimal Qualifications

Requires high school graduation or GED. Requires one year of experience working in environment that involved public contact. Requires keyboarding speed of 45 wpm.

Special Requirements

Employment is subject to passing a criminal background investigation; pre-employment drug screen and hearing test provided by County; and certification for CJIN/NCIC access that requires finger printing.

Representative Examples of Work

(list is not inclusive) Works as part of an effective team to provide public safety emergency communications. Receives 9-1-1 telephone calls from citizens seeking assistance; gathers information and initiates the appropriate response. Prioritizes telephone calls, and radio communications from the public and emergency service agencies concerning emergency and non-emergency situations. Records and updates information in the computer aided dispatch (CAD) system; relays information to appropriate agencies and individuals. Makes referrals to other community resources. Monitors radio frequencies and communicates on two-way radio; dispatches and coordinates activities of emergency service fire, medical or law enforcement agencies. Receives training and certification in CPR and EMD (Emergency Medical Dispatch); provides instruction in first aid to callers, prior to arrival of first responders. May assist with training and certification for employees in 1stAid/CPR and EMD. Assists in training new employees; performs routine equipment checks; maintains and updates paper and electronic records and resources. Receives training and certification in law enforcement telecommunication systems, CJIN/NCIC. May assist with group tours, school presentations or other public relations events. Performs related work as required or directed.

Physical/Environmental Demands

Requires working rotating shifts, nights, weekends and holidays. May require carrying a pager and serving in on-call capacity. Requires exposure to stressful environment. Work is primarily performed in communications center and requires long periods of sitting or standing at a computer work station; performing data entry; and wearing a communications headset. Occasional bending, reaching and lifting (10#). Requires hearing which falls within normal limits for both pure tones and speech, per audiogram. May require some travel for training or meetings.

Additional Required Information

Supplemental information may be required with your application for this position. Check the TO APPLY section of this job posting to see what documents may be required. All required documents must be attached before you submit this application. THIS MAY REQUIRE THAT YOU SCAN THOSE DOCUMENTS SO THEY CAN BE ATTACHED HERE.

In addition, the following information must completed and submitted with your application. Please save these file(s) to your hard drive, complete as necessary, and attach using the form provided below.

  • Information Sheet
  • Waiver
  • To Apply

    Submit on-line Missoula County application. The following SIX (6) documents MUST BE INCLUDED WITH YOUR APPLICATION AND THIS MAY REQUIRE SCANNING THEM. Incomplete application packets will be disqualified. Include: 1-Montana Job Service Typing and 2-Alpha-Numerical Data Entry tests (current within 6 months); 3-documentation of high school graduation or GED; 4-Copy of your driver’s license or state issued identification card; 5-signed 9-1-1 Information Sheet (available on-line); and 6- Signed Waiver/Release for background check Waiver/Release (available on-line). Submit Complete application packet by 5:00 p.m. 12/2/2014. Missoula County Human Resources located at 199 West Pine; mailing address: 200 West Broadway, Missoula, MT 59802; fax 406-258-4863, For questions re: the on-line application call 406-258-4462 or 406-258-4874. Applicants may submit a written request for disability accommodation to participate in the application/selection process. Missoula County will consider any reasonable accommodation. The Missoula County EEOP and supporting data are on file in the Human Resources Office and available for inspection.
    To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

    Applied!
    Regular, Full Time ($20.88 + per hour, DOE)
    Closes 12/3/2014 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $20.88 + per hour, DOE
    Status Regular
    Schedule Full Time
    Department Health Services
    Bargaining Unit MNA
    Closing Date 12/3/2014 5:00:00 PM

    Description

    These additional documents must be attached to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: College transcripts (unofficial accepted), copy of current nursing license, cover letter, and resume. Public Health Nurse - Performs professional level duties in the field of public health nursing. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    Requires baccalaureate degree in nursing. Requires current license to practice as registered professional nurse in Montana.

    Special Requirements

    Requires current driver's license.

    Representative Examples of Work

    Functions as a member of The Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) program team and is responsible for providing comprehensive nursing services to women and their families eligible for the NFP Program. Responsible for maintaining the highest standards in clinical nursing practice and adherence to the NFP model, and to policies, procedures, guidelines and standards of NFP and of the lead agency. Promotes and maintains health of individual families and community through teaching, counseling and other interventions. Works with public and private agencies to improve community health through collection and assessment of health data and implementation of recommended policies to address critical concerns. Applies nursing process in identifying patients who have physical, social and emotional needs. Serves as case manager in assessment of nursing needs of individuals and families. Develops nursing care plans and provides documentation. Assists individuals and families to identify, access and utilize appropriate community health resources. Provides service in community, home and clinic settings. Provides health education to individuals and groups, including other health professionals. Acts as health resource person to other health and social agencies. May assist citizen groups in organizing community health programs. Assists with mentoring and providing guidance for nursing students. Plans, develops and evaluates projects. Prepares reports to indicate project progress and outcome. Acts as liaison with state agencies. May be member of department committees to serve on projects and develop policies and procedures. Performs related duties as required or directed.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    Work requires some physical exertion such as bending, walking and lifting boxes and small children (up to 40 lbs.). Requires manual dexterity to perform manual nursing skills such as drawing blood, giving injections, filling syringes, etc. Employee may risk exposure to potentially dangerous situations, including exposure to communicable diseases. Employee will be required to provide service in home settings, which may require climbing stairs. Employee may be required to serve in an on-call capacity on rotational basis that requires carrying pager and cell phone.

    Additional Required Information

    Supplemental information may be required with your application for this position. Check the TO APPLY section of this job posting to see what documents may be required. All required documents must be attached before you submit this application. THIS MAY REQUIRE THAT YOU SCAN THOSE DOCUMENTS SO THEY CAN BE ATTACHED HERE.

    To Apply

    Submit Missoula County online application by 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, 12/3/2014. These additional documents must be attached to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: College transcripts (unofficial accepted), copy of current nursing license, cover letter, and resume. Missoula County Human Resources Department is located at 199 W Pine, Missoula, MT 59802. For questions about online application process call 406-258-4462 or 406-258-4874. Applicants may submit a written request for any accommodation needed to participate in the application and selection process. Missoula County will consider any reasonable accommodation. The Missoula County EEOP is on file in the Human Resources Office.
    To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

    Applied!
    Regular, Part-Time ($12.75 per hour)
    Closes 12/4/2014 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $12.75 per hour
    Status Regular
    Schedule Part-Time
    Department Partnership Health Center
    Bargaining Unit MPEA #1
    Closing Date 12/4/2014 5:00:00 PM

    Description

    This additional documentation must be attached to your online application which may require scanning: P.T.C.B. certification and Pharmacy Technician license issued by the State of Montana Board of Pharmacy. Pharmacy Technician - Responsible for filling medication orders, maintaining stock, and billing. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    Requires P.T.C.B. certification and Pharmacy Technician license issued by the State of Montana Board of Pharmacy. Requires one 1 year of experience as a Pharmacy Technician in a retail, clinic or hospital pharmacy setting. In lieu of experience, documentation of Pharmacy Technician training will be accepted.

    Special Requirements

    Representative Examples of Work

    Facilitates proper billing of prescriptions through insurance plans. Maintains controls of the use of the 340B discount drugs used in the Medicare Part D prescription drug plans. Interprets prescription orders, enters data into the QS1 pharmacy system, prints labels and receipts, identifies insurance company to be billed, submits on-line essential data, fills and labels medication and sets up for pharmacist’ inspection. Orders, receives and stocks drugs. Implements and maintains controls to monitor and control medication inventory. Controls separation of the four types of medication stock per regulations of a Federally Qualified Community Health Center (FQCHC). Files new prescriptions and locates prescriptions for refills. Maintains prescription records in accordance with the laws of Montana and the Federal Government. Takes telephone requests for refills to be refilled or sent off for authorization by the provider. Prepares daily logs and monthly reports for the pharmacy program and insurance billing. Participates in daily inventory of controlled substances. Assists the Medication Assistance Program (MAP) coordinator with getting eligible PHC patients into the program. Inventories and reports all activity in the Share the Care (STC) program by electronic voucher in order to maintain replacement stock from Pharmaceutical Companies and to ensure that PHC patients have access to these medications. Trains and develops other technicians, students and interns.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    The work is performed in an office setting. The work is performed while walking or standing most of the time. Requires considerable typing and computer use. The position requires multitasking and intense mental concentration in a busy setting with distractions. The employee may risk exposure to communicable diseases. The job may require occasional medium lifting (21-50 lbs).

    Additional Required Information

    Supplemental information may be required with your application for this position. Check the TO APPLY section of this job posting to see what documents may be required. All required documents must be attached before you submit this application. THIS MAY REQUIRE THAT YOU SCAN THOSE DOCUMENTS SO THEY CAN BE ATTACHED HERE.

    To Apply

    Submit Missoula County online application by 5:00 p.m. Thursday, December 4, 2014. This additional documentation must be attached to your online application which may require scanning: P.T.C.B. certification and Pharmacy Technician license issued by the State of Montana Board of Pharmacy. Missoula County Human Resources Department is located at 199 W Pine, Missoula, MT 59802. For questions about online application process call 406-258-4462 or 406-258-4874. Applicants may submit a written request for any accommodation needed to participate in the application and selection process. Missoula County will consider any reasonable accommodation. The Missoula County EEOP is on file in the Human Resources Office.
    To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

    Applied!
    Temporary, Part time 30 hr wk ($32.00 per hour DOE)
    Closes 12/4/2014 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $32.00 per hour DOE
    Status Temporary
    Schedule Part time 30 hr wk
    Department Partnership Health Center
    Bargaining Unit None
    Closing Date 12/4/2014 5:00:00 PM

    Description

    These additional documents must be attached to your online application which may require scanning: Documentation of graduation from an accredited Dental Hygiene Program, and copy of current license to practice dental hygiene in the state of Montana. Dental Hygienist - Provides Dental Hygienist services in the PHC Dental Clinic or satellite clinics. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    Requires graduation from an accredited Dental Hygiene Program. Requires a current license to practice dental hygiene in the state of Montana. Requires one year of experience working as a Dental Hygienist.

    Special Requirements

    Representative Examples of Work

    Provides direct patient care including screening and assessment of oral health conditions, review of the health history, oral cancer screening, head and neck inspection, takes blood pressure and pulse, removes calculus and plaque from all surfaces of the teeth. Teaches patients appropriate oral hygiene strategies to maintain oral health; (e.g., tooth brushing, flossing and nutritional counseling). Applies preventive materials to the teeth (e.g., sealants and fluorides) and makes impressions of patients' teeth for study casts. Maintains patient charts, clinic progress notes, and PHC clinic electronic records. Works with PHC Dental Director and Lead Dental Assistant to order supplies. Serves as dental assistant upon request, including chair-side assisting, sterilization of equipment and radiograph processing. Participates in PHC staff meetings.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    The work requires lifting of supply boxes in the medium range (up to 30 lbs); requires exposure to x-ray equipment. The employee may risk exposure to biohazards (ex. blood and disinfectant chemicals), and communicable diseases. Work is performed walking or standing much of the time. Requires driving to remote satellite clinic locations (such as Seeley Lake). May require some hours of work outside normal 8-5 schedule and on days in addition to M-F.

    Additional Required Information

    Supplemental information may be required with your application for this position. Check the TO APPLY section of this job posting to see what documents may be required. All required documents must be attached before you submit this application. THIS MAY REQUIRE THAT YOU SCAN THOSE DOCUMENTS SO THEY CAN BE ATTACHED HERE.

    To Apply

    Submit Missoula County online application by 5:00 p.m. Thursday, December 4, 2014. These additional documents must be attached to your online application which may require scanning: Documentation of graduation from an accredited Dental Hygiene Program, and copy of current license to practice dental hygiene in the state of Montana. Missoula County Human Resources Department is located at 199 W Pine, Missoula, MT 59802. For questions about online application process call 406-258-4462 or 406-258-4874. Applicants may submit a written request for any accommodation needed to participate in the application and selection process. Missoula County will consider any reasonable accommodation. The Missoula County EEOP is on file in the Human Resources Office.
    To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

    Applied!
    Regular, Part Time 12/hr week ($20.88 per hour, DOE)
    Closes 12/8/2014 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $20.88 per hour, DOE
    Status Regular
    Schedule Part Time 12/hr week
    Department Health - Health Promotion
    Bargaining Unit None
    Closing Date 12/8/2014 5:00:00 PM

    Description

    These additional documents must be attached to your online application which may require scanning: COVER LETTER, RESUME, COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS, AND COPY OF NURSING LICENSE. Public Health Nurse - Infectious Disease - Performs professional level duties in public health nursing with primary focus on infectious disease intervention. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    Requires baccalaureate degree in nursing. Requires a current license to practice as registered professional nurse in Montana.

    Special Requirements

    Requires current Montana driver's license.

    Representative Examples of Work

    Promotes and maintains the health of individual families and the community through teaching, counseling and other appropriate interventions. Primary focus is infectious disease. Works with public and private agencies to improve community health through the collection and assessment of health data and the implementation of recommended policies to address critical concerns. Applies the nursing process in identifying patients who have physical, social and emotional needs. Serves as case manager in the assessment of nursing needs of individuals and families. Develops nursing care plans and provides documentation as appropriate or required. Assists individuals and families to identify, access and utilize appropriate community health resources. Provides service in community, home and clinic settings. Provides health-education to individuals and groups, including other health professionals. Acts as a health resource person to other health and social agencies. May assist citizen groups in organizing community health programs. Assists with mentoring and providing guidance for nursing students assigned to the Health Department. Plans, develops and evaluates projects as assigned. Prepares reports to indicate project progress and outcome as needed. Acts as a liaison with state agencies as assigned.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    Work requires some physical exertion such as bending, walking and lifting boxes of files and small children (up to 40 lbs.). Requires manual dexterity to perform manual nursing skills such as drawing blood, giving injections, filling syringes, etc. Employee may risk exposure to potentially dangerous situations including exposure to communicable diseases. Employee required to provide service in home settings which may require climbing stairs and expose employee to potentially dangerous situations. Employee required to serve in on-call capacity on rotational basis that requires carrying a pager and cell phone.

    Additional Required Information

    Supplemental information may be required with your application for this position. Check the TO APPLY section of this job posting to see what documents may be required. All required documents must be attached before you submit this application. THIS MAY REQUIRE THAT YOU SCAN THOSE DOCUMENTS SO THEY CAN BE ATTACHED HERE.

    To Apply

    Submit Missoula County online application by 5:00 p.m. Monday, December 8, 2014. These additional documents must be attached to your online application which may require scanning: COVER LETTER, RESUME, COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS, AND COPY OF NURSING LICENSE. Missoula County Human Resources Department located at 199 W Pine, Missoula, MT 59802. For questions about online application process call 406-258-4462 or 406-258-4874. Applicants may submit a written request for any accommodation needed to participate in the application and selection process. Missoula County will consider any reasonable accommodation. The Missoula County EEOP is on file in the Human Resources Office.
    To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

    Applied!
    Regular, Full Time ($18.46/hr $19.65/hr w/Sanitarian Cert)
    Closes 12/8/2014 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $18.46/hr $19.65/hr w/Sanitarian Cert
    Status Regular
    Schedule Full Time
    Department Environmental Health
    Bargaining Unit MPEA #1
    Closing Date 12/8/2014 5:00:00 PM

    Description

    THIS ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION MUST BE ATTACHED TO YOUR ON-LINE APPLICATION WHICH MAY REQUIRE SCANNING: APPLICATION SUPPLEMENT, COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS, RESUME (INCLUDE VOLUNTEER AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES RELATED TO ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH) AND LETTER OF INTEREST (INCLUDE MOTIVATION TO WORK IN ENVIRONMENTAL/PUBLIC HEALTH FIELD). Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Environmental Health Specialist I - Performs technical and professional work in environmental health disciplines such as air and water quality, and general sanitation. Employees hired as Environmental Health Specialist I, must become a Sanitarian in Training within one month of hire and a Registered Sanitarian with the Montana Board of Sanitarians within one year of hire. Employees will become eligible for promotion to Environmental Health Specialist II after completion of registration as a Sanitarian. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    Requires a bachelor’s level degree in the physical, biological, or environmental sciences. Requires one year of experience working as a sanitarian, or in a biological or physical sciences field that is related to environmental health.

    Special Requirements

    Applicants must meet minimum standards for sanitarians in training In accordance with Montana ARM 24.216.502 which require a minimum of 30 semester or 45 quarter credit hours in physical and biological sciences including at least one successfully completed course in chemistry, biology, and microbiology (microbiology can be taken after hire).

    Representative Examples of Work

    Inspects restaurants, day cares, trailer courts, motels, pools and other facilities to ensure compliance with state and local regulations. Conducts investigations of food, water, and animal borne disease outbreaks. Issues permits and conducts inspections of septic systems and wells. Conducts site evaluations and groundwater monitoring. Reviews subdivisions for compliance with the Sanitation in Subdivision Act. Inspects public water supplies. Investigates public complaints and conducts enforcement. Makes public presentations. Provides information to the public and regulated community through newsletters, websites, and other avenues. May perform other environmental health work in indoor air quality, water quality, solid waste, water lab, hazardous materials response, etc. Performs related work as required or directed.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    Requires occasional physical exertion, bending and working while on a ladder. Requires walking or climbing over rough uneven surfaces, into manholes and trenches. Requires lifting, 10 pounds frequently; moving 50-100 pounds occasionally. Requires exposure to laboratory chemicals; toxic and hazardous materials. Will require occasional use of protective clothing and equipment, including SCBA. Requires a valid MT driver’s license. Requires travel to remote sites, scheduled weekend work and exposure to extreme weather conditions.

    Additional Required Information

    Supplemental information may be required with your application for this position. Check the TO APPLY section of this job posting to see what documents may be required. All required documents must be attached before you submit this application. THIS MAY REQUIRE THAT YOU SCAN THOSE DOCUMENTS SO THEY CAN BE ATTACHED HERE.

    In addition, the following information must completed and submitted with your application. Please save these file(s) to your hard drive, complete as necessary, and attach using the form provided below.

  • Application Supplement
  • To Apply

    Submit Missoula County on-line application by 5:00 p.m. Monday, 12/8/2014. THIS ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION MUST BE ATTACHED TO YOUR ON-LINE APPLICATION WHICH MAY REQUIRE SCANNING: APPLICATION SUPPLEMENT, COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS, RESUME (INCLUDE VOLUNTEER AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES RELATED TO ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH) AND LETTER OF INTEREST (INCLUDE MOTIVATION TO WORK IN ENVIRONMENTAL/PUBLIC HEALTH FIELD). Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Missoula County Human Resources Department is located at 199 W Pine, Missoula, MT 59802. For questions about online application process call 406-258-4462 or 406-258-4874. Applicants may submit a written request for any accommodation needed to participate in the application and selection process. Missoula County will consider any reasonable accommodation. The Missoula County EEOP is on file in the Human Resources Office.
    To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

    Applied!
    Regular, FT, PT, and On Call ($14.15 per hour)
    Closes 12/18/2014 at 5:00:00 PM
    This will remain open until an applicant pool is established.

    Base Rate $14.15 per hour
    Status Regular
    Schedule FT, PT, and On Call
    Department Partnership Health Center
    Bargaining Unit MPEA #1
    Closing Date 12/18/2014 5:00:00 PM

    Description

    These additional documents must be attached to your online application which may require scanning: LPN: Copy of current license as a LPN in the state of Montana. Temporary license from recent graduates will be accepted. CMA: Documentation of certification as a Medical Assistant. LPN or CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT - Provides clinical patient care as member of patient centered care team in all aspects of serving the patients of Partnership Health Center (PHC). Complete job descriptions available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    LPN: Requires graduation from a licensed practical nursing program. Requires current license as a practical nurse in the State of Montana. CMA: High school graduation or GED.

    Special Requirements

    Current certification as Medical Assistant from one of the following: the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA); American of Medical Technologists (AMT); or the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) Medical Assistant Certification are acceptable.

    Representative Examples of Work

    Functions as a member of a patient centered care team, with a medical provider. Scribes for provider and assists with the patient visit. Assists provider with minor procedures. Schedules follow up appointments. Triages patients, assessing the patients’ needs in person and on the phone. Manages patient flow, ensuring that the clinic appointments are conducted on schedule. Conducts and records initial health interviews and prepares patients for examination. Gathers and records vital signs including temperature, blood pressure, pulse respirations, height and weight, pain scale, etc. Charts interactions with patients. Performs nursing duties such as dressing changes, wound care, first aid, etc. Prepares and administers injections and vaccinations to patients, adult and children. Collects specimens, draws blood and performs lab tests allowed as a CLIA -certified laboratory for waived tests. Assists medical providers with patient follow up. Schedules appointment for procedures and diagnostic tests with other medical providers and hospitals. Distributes test results to providers and assures entry into patient records. Prepares and administers prescription medications to patients or telephones in prescriptions to pharmacies. Records medications in accordance with PHC policies. Communicate with other health care providers, including other medical offices, hospitals and nursing home, as directed by providers. Maintains clinic work area and equipment, including cleaning and sterilization. Assists with material management, and stocking of clinic, inventory and ordering.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    The work is performed while walking or standing most of the time. The work requires medium range lifting, including supply boxes (20-30 lbs.); assisting patients on and off the examination tables; carrying, lifting and restraining children. Requires the manual dexterity to perform skills such as drawing blood and giving injections. The employee may risk exposure to bio-hazardous waste (blood, urine body fluids), disinfectant chemicals and communicable diseases. Work schedules rotate and include evening and weekend hours.

    Additional Required Information

    Supplemental information may be required with your application for this position. Check the TO APPLY section of this job posting to see what documents may be required. All required documents must be attached before you submit this application. THIS MAY REQUIRE THAT YOU SCAN THOSE DOCUMENTS SO THEY CAN BE ATTACHED HERE.

    To Apply

    Submit Missoula County online application. These additional documents must be attached to your online application which may require scanning: LPN: Copy of current license as a LPN in the state of Montana. Temporary license from recent graduates will be accepted. CMA: Documentation of certification as a Medical Assistant. Missoula County Human Resources Department is located at 199 W Pine, Missoula, MT 59802. For questions about online application process call 406-258-4462 or 406-258-4874. Applicants may submit a written request for any accommodation needed to participate in the application and selection process. Missoula County will consider any reasonable accommodation. The Missoula County EEOP is on file in the Human Resources Office.
    To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

    Applied!
    NA, NA (0.0000)
    Closes 5/29/2050 at 12:00:00 AM
    Base Rate 0.0000
    Status NA
    Schedule NA
    Department NA
    Bargaining Unit NA
    Closing Date 5/29/2050 12:00:00 AM

    Description

    Attachments REQUIRED for a complete application for this position include: * copy of driver's license* * college transcripts*

    Minimal Qualifications

    Special Requirements

    Representative Examples of Work

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    Additional Required Information

    Supplemental information may be required with your application for this position. Check the TO APPLY section of this job posting to see what documents may be required. All required documents must be attached before you submit this application. THIS MAY REQUIRE THAT YOU SCAN THOSE DOCUMENTS SO THEY CAN BE ATTACHED HERE.

    In addition, the following information must completed and submitted with your application. Please save these file(s) to your hard drive, complete as necessary, and attach using the form provided below.

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