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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 Resources at 406.258.4874.

To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

Available Jobs

Applied!
Regular, Full Time ($14.60 per hour)
Closes 4/28/2015 at 5:00:00 PM
Base Rate $14.60 per hour
Status Regular
Schedule Full Time
Department Justice Court
Bargaining Unit FMCE
Closing Date 4/28/2015 5:00:00 PM

Description

These additional documents must be attached to your online application which may require scanning: Montana Job Service Typing Test. Justice Court Clerk - Performs a variety of complex clerical duties for the Justice Courts of Missoula County to provide legal and administrative support; and to process and maintain Justice Court records. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

Minimal Qualifications

High school graduation or GED. Requires three years of secretarial or clerical work that included face to face public contact. Requires six (6) months of experience handling payment transactions.

Special Requirements

Offer of employment will be contingent upon successfully passing a background investigation.

Representative Examples of Work

Prepares and maintains physical and electronic court records and documents including: criminal and civil complaints, traffic citations, over-due notices, warrants, disposition records, driver’s license suspensions, marriage licenses, orders of protection, writs and documents for service. Schedules court activities such as: bench or jury trials, court appearances and hearings, mediations, and weddings. Monitors the progress of court proceedings and status of individual cases. Assists the Justice of the Peace when court is in session, including data entry in the courtroom. May summon prospective jurors for duty; may excuse individuals from duty as instructed by the Judges. Maintains records to ensure proper payment to jurors. Establishes payment schedules and grants payment extensions to defendants in accordance with established guidelines. Performs a variety of tasks related to monitoring and processing overdue and non-compliant cases. Makes referrals to collection agencies. Follows up with defendants and outside agencies to ensure compliance and completion of sentencing requirements including; participation in alcohol treatment, anger management, community service and jail work release programs. Utilizes Full Court case and jury management computer software to update and maintain information and files for the various types of cases processed in Justice Court. Updates and maintains a conventional paper filing system. Researches electronic records and physical files to provide information to members of the public and other government agencies. Processes payment transactions involving cash, credit cards, checks and money orders. Issues receipts; counts back change, updates payment records in files and exonerates/converts bond payments. Responsible for daily balancing of money/receipts. Responds to inquires from the public, attorneys and other agencies in person, in writing or by telephone. Refers inquiries to appropriate agencies. Assists in maintaining order and security for Justice Court by observing established security practices and ensuring prohibited items are not taken into the court rooms. When assigned to the front desk, makes visual contact and identification of visitors entering Justice Court.

Physical/Environmental Demands

The work is performed in a professional office setting and requires little physical activity. May involve lifting boxes of records (20-40 lbs.) and long periods sitting at a computer work station performing data entry. Requires hearing (with or without aids) within normal limits to understand verbal communication within the courtroom to record information and respond appropriately. Requires the ability to assist with court security, to visually identify visitors entering Justice Courts and to manually push a panic button to summon help. May occasionally require travel locally or out of town for the purpose of training.

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. Tuesday 4/28/2015. These additional documents must be attached to your online application which may require scanning: Montana Job Service Typing Test. 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 ($21.59 per hour DOQ)
Closes 5/1/2015 at 5:00:00 PM
Base Rate $21.59 per hour DOQ
Status Regular
Schedule Full Time
Department Office of Emergency Management
Bargaining Unit None
Closing Date 5/1/2015 5:00:00 PM

Description

These additional documents must be attached to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: Application Supplement. Incomplete applications that do not include the Application Supplement will be disqualified. Communications System Coordinator - Coordinates activities to develop, implement, procure, install and maintain the public safety radio communications systems for the Office of Emergency Management. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

Minimal Qualifications

Requires high school graduation or GED. Requires graduation from a technical school in electronics or radio communications, or documentation of training and qualifications as a Communications Unit Leader. Requires five years of experience with direct responsibility for managing a large public safety radio system that included managing radio frequency utilization. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

Special Requirements

The successful applicant is required to become certified in a recognized professional organization within 6 months of employment. The successful applicant will be required to be certified as a general class Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Radio Telephone Operator and obtain a License. Other relevant certifications, such as from the Personal Communications Industry Association (PCIA), may be considered.

Representative Examples of Work

Coordinates with state and federal agencies, as well as surrounding local government agencies to design, develop, implement, maintain, and update a comprehensive public safety communications system. Determines goals, resource needs; ensures coordination and integration of the components of a complex system. Performs operational, technical maintenance and repair services such as site monitoring, reporting, interference and identification at all of the County’s communications sites. Performs periodic needs assessments for communication infrastructure, in conjunction with user agencies. Based on needs, develops, evaluates, recommends, procures and installs communications equipment and technology. Oversees, performs, or engages contractors to perform maintenance on communications equipment and towers. Conducts and or coordinates radio programming, radio repair and installations for on-site equipment and on communication towers. Provides guidance in the planning and implementation of any new interoperable communications system components. Ensures the design and specifications of the communications system meet the user agency specific needs and ensures appropriate interoperability and redundancy needs are met. Develops, evaluates, distributes, and updates communications standards, practices and policies with respect to the County’s public safety communications systems and services. Responsible for complex network coordination and spectrum management; for frequency coordination and licensing with the Federal Communications Commission; and for the development and implementation of a public safety radio frequency utilization plan. Accountable for addressing all of the technical aspects of the County’s public safety communications systems, including resolving technical issues associated with daily operations, the addition of new equipment technologies and the integration of new telecommunications companies to the 9-1-1 system. Works closely with user agencies to ensure the systems design, operational aspects and specifications for the system to meet their specific needs. Prepares and presents accurate and reliable reports containing findings and recommended solutions. Administers the continuing development and design of the County’s public safety communications system. Serves as Deputy Disaster and Emergency Services (DES) coordinator as directed. Serves as the technical advisor to the Emergency Management Director in the development and implementation of communications systems and functions. Serves as a lead worker to ad hoc work teams. Coordinates work with contractors performing a variety of skilled, semi-skilled, and unskilled electronic repair and maintenance work. Provides feedback on contractors and assists in locating vendors and contractors for specific needs.

Physical/Environmental Demands

Work is primarily performed in a typical office environment with occasional work in the field. This position requires working in all types of environmental conditions and visiting remote communications sites using 4-wheel-drive vehicles, snowmobiles, 4-wheelers and snow shoes on rough two-track roads and requires physical effort such as walking over rough, uneven terrain.. Work may expose employee to severe weather conditions and rigorous outdoor activity during inclement weather. Climbing communications towers up to 150 feet to install antennas and coax may happen on an infrequent basis. Work may involve exposure to fumes.

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 your Missoula County on-line application by 5:00 p.m. Friday, 5/1/15. These additional documents must be attached to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: Application Supplement. Incomplete applications that do not include the Application Supplement 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, Full Time ($14.22 per hour)
    Closes 5/4/2015 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $14.22 per hour
    Status Regular
    Schedule Full Time
    Department Partnership Health Center
    Bargaining Unit MPEA #1
    Closing Date 5/4/2015 5:00:00 PM

    Description

    Works as a member of a health promotion team to improve community or environmental health for a division of the Missoula City-County Health Department or Partnership Health Center. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    Requires high school graduation or GED. Requires two (2) years of experience in developing and delivering community health programs.

    Special Requirements

    Representative Examples of Work

    Participates in planning, executing and evaluating community or environmental health education programs in specific areas as assigned. Exercises responsibility for simple programs and projects. Conducts community health or environmental health needs assessments, and program evaluations. Develops a logical scope and sequence plan for possible community or environmental health education programs. Recruits support from community organizations, resources and potential participants for assistance in planning and program development. Leads some community meetings to accomplish community or environmental health related objectives. Assists in providing training for support personnel as required. Performs literature reviews related to community or environmental health. Gathers and compiles a variety of educational materials and information. Facilitates and attends meetings; may make school visits and other public presentations. May coordinate the use of media communications. Represents the division at a variety of functions. Develops and uses printed materials effectively. Performs general program administrative activities including report writing, bookkeeping and data collection. Performs related work as required or directed.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    Works primarily in an office type setting. Requires some evening and weekend work; the ability to travel for frequent in-town and occasional out-of-town events; requires occasional light lifting, up to 30 lbs (ex: audio visual equipment, written materials).

    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, May 4, 2015. 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 ($19.75 per hour)
    Closes 5/4/2015 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $19.75 per hour
    Status Regular
    Schedule Full Time
    Department Partnership Health Center
    Bargaining Unit MPEA #1
    Closing Date 5/4/2015 5:00:00 PM

    Description

    These additional documents must be uploaded to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: College transcripts (unofficial acceptable) and copy of Montana state LCSW or LCPC license. Licensed Clinical Therapist - Performs work as a therapist at the Partnership Health Center (PHC). Assists primary care providers to provide case management and counseling as a member of a healthcare team. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    Masters degree in social work or counseling required. Active Montana State LCSW or LCPC license required (LCSW license preferred). Two years experience in a clinical or mental health setting is required.

    Special Requirements

    Employment is subject to passing a criminal background investigation that will require finger printing.

    Representative Examples of Work

    Provides screening and assessments, develops and implements treatment plans and documents client progress for behavioral health clients. Provides behavioral health counseling, for individuals, couples, families, and groups as indicated by the treatment plan or as assigned. Functions as a member of an interdisciplinary team in a patient-centered health home model. Creates quarterly reports on targeted performance indicators, quality measures and health outcomes to the Performance Improvement Committee. Provides community education to other providers or community partners. Participates in scheduled administrative staff meetings. Participates in clinical staff meetings. Provides training for support and clinical personnel as required. Maintains appropriate and timely clinical records.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    Crisis intervention work may involve exposure to potentially dangerous situations. Works primarily in an office type setting. Requires some evening and weekend work and may require over forty hours in a work week.

    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, May 4, 2015. These additional documents must be uploaded to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: College transcripts (unofficial acceptable) and copy of Montana state LCSW or LCPC license. 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 ($18.96 per hour)
    Closes 5/6/2015 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $18.96 per hour
    Status Regular
    Schedule Full Time
    Department Grants & Community Programs (job site Frenchtown)
    Bargaining Unit FMCE
    Closing Date 5/6/2015 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), and a Letter of Interest. Incomplete applications that do not include a letter of interest will be disqualified. Frenchtown Community Coalition Coordinator - Builds coalitions and coordinates activities of community groups that focus on changing aspects of the environment that contribute to unhealthy and risky behaviors by Frenchtown’s youth. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    Requires a Bachelor's level degree. Degrees best suited for this position include social work, health science, and education. Requires three years of experience working with community-based organizations or organizing community programs. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

    Special Requirements

    Representative Examples of Work

    Develops, coordinates, and administers strategies to limit access to alcohol and other drugs by children and youth. Fosters changes in social norms and regulations that accept or are permissive of substance abuse and other unhealthy behaviors. Creates opportunities for positive youth development activities. Provides staff support for groups of the Frenchtown Community Coalition. Responsible for the development of work plans, planning sessions, meeting agendas, and providing input on budget development. Facilitates the creation and review of vision statements, goals and strategies. Leads and facilitates the work of complex groups to plan and develop community-wide educational seminars, presentations, and campaigns targeting the prevention of at-risk behavior among youth. Builds community coalitions; fosters collaboration among local agencies and professionals to identify and accomplish community goals. Oversees community wide needs assessments and organizes community groups to address specific prevention issues. Develops and maintains resources for use in community prevention efforts. Promotes the use of available resources by schools, law enforcement, the judicial system and youth serving organizations. Provides technical assistance to local groups and organizations in planning, developing and coordinating prevention activities. Facilitates meetings among education and government organizations, and local groups providing youth services. Negotiates interagency agreements; works with agencies to leverage resources for community based projects. Initiates collaborative strategies in response to identified community needs. Fosters positive public relations for the Frenchtown Community Coalition; develops public awareness and support for the Forum and its subgroups. Engages in outreach to shape public opinion through public speaking, community meetings, and use of the media. Researches, analyzes, and synthesizes information and data; and prepares written materials for educational, promotional, project proposal and public awareness purposes. Researches and introduces innovative best practices in the prevention of at-risk behavior and in youth development activities. Stays informed of program development initiatives, state and federal funding opportunities. Prepares and submits reports on Coalition activities.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    The work is commonly performed in an office or meeting facility setting and requires little physical activity. Requires occasional light lifting (up to 20 lbs). Requires attendance at meetings throughout the community.

    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. Wednesday, 5/6/15. These additional documents must be attached to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: College transcripts (unofficial accepted), and a Letter of Interest. Incomplete applications that do not include a letter of interest 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, On Call ($11.65 per hour)
    Closes 5/6/2015 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $11.65 per hour
    Status Regular
    Schedule On Call
    Department Partnership Health Center
    Bargaining Unit None
    Closing Date 5/6/2015 5:00:00 PM

    Description

    These additional documents must be uploaded to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: Montana Job Service typing test showing ability to type 35 wpm. Medical Receptionist - Performs a variety of clerical and reception duties for a busy medical clinic at Partnership Health Center. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    Requires completion of at least one course in medical terminology; six months experience demonstrating use of medical terminology may substitute for this requirement. Requires one year experience that includes face to face customer service and cash handling. Requires basic keyboarding speed of 35 words per minute.

    Special Requirements

    Representative Examples of Work

    Greets and registers patients for medical appointments; receives and screens incoming telephone calls; records messages and routes calls. Schedules patient appointments and enters patient information into computer; prints and distributes daily schedules; makes appointment reminder calls to patients. Reviews patient charts for required updates to medical forms; verifies income and payor sources; updates patient information in charts and computer system. Reviews encounter forms for correct and complete coding; enters visit information into computer system. Calculates charges and collects money for patient visit and outstanding amounts owed by patient. Balances end-of-day visit report and cash drawer receipts. Works as member of patient care team assisting medical assistants and providers. Assures that front and back doors are locked at end of shift. Straightens chairs and magazines in lobby area. May assist patients to fill out medical information/forms. May assist with medical records or secretarial support services. Performs related work as required or directed.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    Work requires frequent standing, sitting for lengthy periods of time, occasional light lifting and carrying files or supplies (up to 20 lbs.). Work may include early morning or evening hours. Employee may risk exposure to communicable diseases.

    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, 5/6/2015. These additional documents must be uploaded to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: Montana Job Service typing test showing ability to type 35 wpm. 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 or Part Time ($150,000.00/Year, DOQ)
    Closes 5/8/2015 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $150,000.00/Year, DOQ
    Status Regular
    Schedule Full or Part Time
    Department Partnership Health Center
    Bargaining Unit None
    Closing Date 5/8/2015 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

    Holds or will hold a current license to practice medicine in the State of Montana with full prescriptive authority with no history of licensure suspension or disciplinary action. Eligible for malpractice/liability coverage.

    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. Friday, 5/8/2015. 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 ($17.18 per hour)
    Closes 5/8/2015 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $17.18 per hour
    Status Regular
    Schedule Full Time
    Department Sherrif
    Bargaining Unit DOAMC (Adult) AFSCME (Juvenile)
    Closing Date 5/8/2015 5:00:00 PM

    Description

    Submit electronically by 5:00 pm Friday, May 8, 2015: Missoula County on-line application. Six (6) documents must be attached to your application. (1) Waiver; (2) Information Sheet (both are available online at www.co.missoula.mt.us); (3) Copy of valid driver’s license; (4) Proof of US citizenship (e.g., birth certificate or passport); (5) Documentation of graduation from an accredited high school or GED; and (6) Results of Montana Job Service Prove-It tests: Basic Reading, Basic Spelling, Basic Arithmetic, and Basic Computer Literacy. College transcripts (unofficial accepted) if applicable for Juvenile Detention Officer applicants. DD214 if claiming veteran’s preference. Incomplete application materials will disqualify applicant. Detention Officer I - Juvenile Detention Officer I -Performs a variety of work involved with the supervision, care and transport of Detention Center inmates and related activities as assigned. Complete job description available upon request to the Human Resources Department.

    Minimal Qualifications

    *must be a citizen of the United States; * must be at least 18 years of age; *must have a valid driver’s license; *must be a high school graduate or have passed the general education development test and have been issued an equivalency certificate by the superintendent of public instruction, an appropriate issuing agency, another state or the federal government; *Juvenile Detention Officer: in addition must have a post-secondary degree or one year of experience working with youth

    Special Requirements

    Representative Examples of Work

    Oversees and attends to the needs of inmates, provide food, supplies and physical security. Provides emergency medical aid. Searches inmates, inspects cells to control contraband and verify cleanliness. Observes conduct of inmates to prevent disturbances and escapes. Directs activities from control rooms, open and close doors, log inmate locations, preparing count sheets and ensure daily schedules of inmate activities are completed. Patrols detention center for evidence of forbidden activities. May supervise inmate workers in meal service, detention center cleaning and other assignments. May distribute medications and commodities. Records booking information, medical and mental health questionnaires. Escorts inmates to and from court and medical appointments. Enters and retrieves information from Criminal Justice Information System. Records miscellaneous data in report. Writes incident reports on inmate activity, violations of facility rules and criminal activity. May drive passenger van or other county vehicle to transport inmates.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    The employee may be exposed to potentially dangerous situations. Requires adjusting to changing shifts and exposure to a stressful environment. Must be able to physically respond in the event of an emergency to provide for the safety and welfare of co-workers and the inmate population. Requires some physical exertion such as long periods of standing and frequent walking on concrete surfaces and occasional pulling or dragging of weight of up to 150 pounds. May be required to drive a passenger van to transport inmates.

    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 Letter
  • Information Sheet REQUIRED
  • Waiver REQUIRED
  • To Apply

    Submit electronically by 5:00 pm Friday, May 8, 2015: Missoula County on-line application. Six (6) documents must be attached to your application. (1) Waiver; (2) Information Sheet (both are available online at www.co.missoula.mt.us); (3) Copy of valid driver’s license; (4) Proof of US citizenship (e.g., birth certificate or passport); (5) Documentation of graduation from an accredited high school or GED; and (6) Results of Montana Job Service Prove-It tests: Basic Reading, Basic Spelling, Basic Arithmetic, and Basic Computer Literacy. College transcripts (unofficial accepted) if applicable for Juvenile Detention Officer applicants. DD214 if claiming veteran’s preference. Incomplete application materials will disqualify applicant. Applicants will be notified via e-mail no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday May 15, 2015 if they are eligible to proceed to the written test, which will be held in the afternoon of Monday, 5/18/2015 in Missoula. All applicants passing the written test will be scheduled for an interview that will occur that same week. For questions about online application process or required application materials, 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 request for accommodation. The Missoula County EEOP and supporting data are on file in the Human Resources office, 199 West Pine, Missoula MT.
    To Apply: Visit Our Online Application

    Applied!
    Temporary, Full Time ($17.14 per hour, DOQ)
    Closes 5/8/2015 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $17.14 per hour, DOQ
    Status Temporary
    Schedule Full Time
    Department Communications & Projects
    Bargaining Unit None
    Closing Date 5/8/2015 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), and a Letter of Interest. Project Analyst - Performs project related work and management analysis for the Communications and Projects Director (CPD) and Senior Leadership Team as it relates to the Pay for Success model in the area of jail overcrowding. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    A bachelor’s degree is required. Degrees best suited to this position are political science, sociology, and public administration. Requires at least two years of experience conducting research, writing professional reports or papers or coordinating projects. Experience in a public sector or non-profit setting is required. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

    Special Requirements

    Representative Examples of Work

    Coordinates Missoula County’s Pay for Success project through feasibility, project construction and launch. Ensures that project deadlines are met and deliverables are completed. Assists in conducting cost benefit analysis of social programs and analyzing existing evaluation studies. Develops procurement process for service providers and/or intermediaries. Supports the design and documentation of evaluation methodology. Analyzes operations, processes and systems to develop project scope and support project implementation. Coordinates with multiple departments and external stakeholders where necessary for project planning, development and implementation. Monitors completion of project and prepares progress reports. Ensures that projects comply with local, state and federal laws, administrative rules, policies and contracts. Develops financial plan projections and documents, prepares revenue and expenditure analyses, staffing analyses and budget status and monitoring reports. Develops and presents budget recommendations. Performs research to gather and analyze project related data from a variety of resources including County department, community organizations, professional literature, policies and procedures, contracts, local ordinances, state and federal laws. Develops strong public, agency, and community organization relations. Designs and conducts data collection tools including surveys as needed to obtain project related information. Prepares comprehensive reports related to project work and presents information as required or requested to the Board of County Commissioners, the CPD, the Senior Leadership Team, and any project-related teams as necessary. Works with communications staff to develop public information resources. Works with other County departments where necessary to improve systems or processes that support project implementation. Coordinates special events related to project work or as assigned. Schedules meetings and attends meetings and conferences on behalf of the County as directed. Responds to inquiries from citizens, government officials and others related to project work or as directed by the CPD. Provides project related information to County departments and facilitates interdepartmental communication on project work. Maintains a current knowledge of issues related to assigned projects. Tracks developing issues at a local, state and national level.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    The work is commonly performed in an office setting. Requires occasional light lifting (up to 20 lbs). Requires occasional field site inspections involving walking over rough uneven terrain. Requires occasional out-of-town travel to attend meetings, conferences, and workshops. May require working 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 your Missoula County on-line application by 5:00 p.m. Friday, 5/8/15. These additional documents must be attached to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: College transcripts (unofficial accepted), and a Letter of Interest. 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.
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    Regular, Full Time ($16.36 per hour DOQ)
    Closes 5/11/2015 at 5:00:00 PM
    Base Rate $16.36 per hour DOQ
    Status Regular
    Schedule Full Time
    Department Historical Museum @ Fort Missoula
    Bargaining Unit None
    Closing Date 5/11/2015 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), and a Letter of Interest. Incomplete applications that do not include a letter of interest will be disqualified. Development Associate - Directs and coordinates the fundraising efforts for the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources

    Minimal Qualifications

    Requires a Bachelor's degree. Degrees best suited to this position include public administration or a liberal arts field. One year of experience in development, fundraising, and grant writing required. Previous experience working in a museum setting desired. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

    Special Requirements

    Representative Examples of Work

    Works with the Friends of the Historical Museum to administer fundraising, donor development, grant writing, and membership. Researches grant opportunities, solicits proposals, prepares grant applications including: preparing forms and budgets; conducting financial analysis for matching fund requirements; and reviewing, preparing and implementing necessary documents for grant application and grant awards. Assists in administering grants received including: receipting and disbursing funds; establishing and maintaining accurate records; preparing periodic financial and performance reports; and ensuring compliance with all applicable rules and regulations. Plans, organizes, and solicits major donations; establishes and maintains contacts with individual and corporate donors. Establishes and administers fundraising programs for major individual donations, corporate giving, planned giving, annual giving and special events, including endowment campaigns and capital development campaigns. Researches and identifies potential sources of gift support including individuals, corporations, and foundations. Maintains an accurate database of all donations to the Friends of the Historical Museum. Acknowledges all gifts and donations and maintains communication with donors. Maintains membership in professional organizations. Makes public presentations about the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula, its mission, and goals. Assists with the preparation of division and program budgets as part of the museum’s budget and the generation of accounting records with regard to fundraising. Maintains Museum’s membership and membership data base.

    Physical/Environmental Demands

    The work is commonly performed in an office setting. Requires occasional light lifting (up to 20 lbs). Requires occasional field site inspections involving walking over rough uneven terrain. Requires occasional out-of-town travel to attend meetings, conferences, and workshops. May require working 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 your Missoula County on-line application by 5:00 p.m. Monday, 5/11/15. These additional documents must be attached to your on-line application which may require that you scan them: College transcripts (unofficial accepted), and a Letter of Interest. Incomplete applications that do not include a letter of interest 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!
    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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