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Position:Mystery Shopping
Company:Brandt Group Ltd
Job Type:Part-time
Hours:Intermittent
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Compensation:Gift Card
Duties:evaluate local business (coffee Shop)
Contact:Joni Chatriand
Phone:1-888-586-3036
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Position:675 Hour AmeriCorps Member
Company:Montana State Parks AmeriCorps
Job Type:Part-time
Hours:See Notes for description
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Duties:Tongue River and Rosebud Battlefield State Parks
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Website:my.americorps.gov
Notes:my.americorps.gov. Specific Position Responsibilities: • Improve park land o Help control/mitigate noxious weeds by locating and mapping with GPS weed infestations. Control will be through chemical application, pulling weeds and transplanting biological controls. o Contribute to ongoing archeological surveys. o Monitor and document conditions of existing petro glyphs and battle sites. o Aid in Land Use plan by developing trails, monitoring forage production and grazing, and assessing Range Health and Management • Expand educational and interpretive programs o Develop interpretation programs for both Parks. • Increase volunteer capacity o Boost the number of volunteers helping the parks to host special projects/events, and to help with land improvements at the parks. o Develop an advertising plan to recruit volunteers and camp hosts for both Parks. • Enhance outreach and awareness of state parks o Develop liaisons with Tribal Governments. Minimum Requirements: • Over 18 with a high school diploma or GED; college degree or equivalent work experience preferred • A United States citizen, United States National, or legal permanent resident alien • Demonstrated leadership skills • Ability to take initiative, handle multiple projects, track details essential to project completion, analyze information, and meet deadlines • Strong ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing with diverse groups of people • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team • Basic computer proficiency • Passion for the outdoors and enthusiasm for enhancing Montana’s state parks • A driver’s license and personal means of transportation within the state of Montana • Must pass a national service criminal history check Benefits: • Living Benefits: • Living allowance of $4,050 over 18 week term of service • An AmeriCorps Education Award of $2,200.00 upon successful completion of service. This award can be used to pay education costs at qualified institutions of higher education, for educational training and resources, or to repay qualified student loans. Members aged 55 and over may transfer the education award to a child, grandchild or foster child. • Eligible for deferment on qualified student loans • Experience and training working in the fields of outdoor recreation, parks management, interpretive services, education, community outreach, and volunteer management • Opportunity to live, work and be part of the team amid the natural wonders and cultural heritage of Montana State Parks To Apply: Montana State Parks AmeriCorps only accepts applications through the my.americorps.gov portal. To apply, you can follow the link HERE to our application within my.americorps.gov. Please note, there are two applications for all of our 675 hour positions that correspond with the position’s start date. You will not be able to select your placement through the application; rather placement preference will be assessed during the screening process. The Montana State Parks AmeriCorps Program, as administered by the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, shall provide equal access to opportunities provided by the Program and shall not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship. The accommodation must be essential for the Member to perform his/her service successfully. Funds for reasonable accommodations are available for use by members with disabilities who have been offered a position with an AmeriCorps Program and require an accommodation to fulfill the essential functions of their service.
Position:675 Hour AmeriCorps Member
Company:Montana State Parks AmeriCorps
Job Type:Seasonal
Hours:See Descriptio notes
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Duties:Makoshika State Park, Glendive, MT
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Website:www.stateparks.mt.gov/americorps
Notes:Position Description 675 Hour AmeriCorps Member Makoshika State Park, Glendive, MT www.stateparks.mt.gov/americorps Term of service: May 16, 2016 – September 16, 2016 Service schedule: Member will serve a minimum of 690 hours over an 18 week term, averaging 42 hours per week with 40 hours of holiday, vacation or sick time Position Summary: Makoshika State Park is Montana’s largest state park and provides resource management and protection for 11,531 acres of badlands topography in the Great Plains ecosystem of eastern Montana. Makoshika’s paleontological, geological, biological, cultural and historical resources provide a stunning backdrop for visitors interested in exercise and learning experiences within a badlands ecosystem. Makoshika State Park has an interpretive visitor center, developed and primitive camping, twelve miles of existing and proposed trails, and numerous scenic and interpretive sites within the park. Educational programming and special events are provided regularly to an average of 70,000 visitors per year. The Americorps member will be under the supervision of Park Ranger Tom Shoush. The park ranger will meet daily with the member and supervise the member’s research, assessment, collection, retention and development of the park’s interpretive services offerings and the development of materials and procedures necessary to improve and provide interpretive services to the park’s visitors. This project will require working independently and as part of a team while providing interpretive services both in the visitor center and in the park, which involves physical activity on uneven terrain in adverse weather conditions. Park management anticipates making the AmeriCorps member an important part of our team. As part of this team, the AmeriCorps member will be included in appropriate training, meetings and community outreach. Specific Position Responsibilities: • Improve park land o Participate in National Service Days • Expand educational and interpretive programs o Develop interpretive programming, such as brochures, multimedia offerings, programs and event activities using existing and collected historical and interpretive information, and provide programming guidelines for its use o In concert and solely, conduct guided interpretive hikes and talks on the park’s historical and natural resources o Assist in the development and implementation of interpretive offerings at proximal Montana State Parks, including Medicine Rocks, Pirogue
Position:675 Hour AmeriCorps Member
Company:Montana State Parks AmeriCorps
Job Type:Seasonal
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Duties:Lake Elmo State Park
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Website:www.stateparks.mt.gov/americorps
Notes:Position Description 675 Hour AmeriCorps Member Lake Elmo State Park www.stateparks.mt.gov/americorps Montana State Parks AmeriCorps promotes healthy, active, and environmentally aware communities by enhancing park land, enriching educational opportunities, building volunteer capacity, and strengthening community outreach. Term of service: May 16, 2016 – September 16, 2016 Service schedule: Member will serve a minimum of 690 hours over an 18 week term, averaging 42 hours per week with 40 hours of allocated “Time Not Served” to be used as holiday, vacation or sick time Position Summary: The Americorp member will enhance park services at the highly visited Lake Elmo State Park in Billings, MT. They will enjoy interacting with park visitors and informing them of park opportunities, rules and regulations. They will assist staff in a variety of roles, as well as developing new recreational and interpretive opportunities. They will organize and develop programs for the public involving education and safety. The Americorp member will enhance the Lake Elmo environment by continuing the management efforts of the invasive Russian Olive trees. This member will seek ways to enhance the playground by attractively landscaping the area for families. They will also be involved in upkeep of present facilities (painting, etc.) to increase their longevity. Montana State Parks AmeriCorps members perform capacity building activities. Their service revolves around the program goals listed below in order to ensure that they do not displace workers or take part in any prohibited or unallowable activities as outlined in AmeriCorps regulations. Montana State Parks AmeriCorps members will likely participate in activities that involve recurring contact with vulnerable populations. Member will contribute to the following program goals: • Improve park land • Expand educational and interpretive programs • Increase volunteer capacity* • Enhance outreach and awareness of state parks • Participate in service activities including National Days of Service** • Respond to disasters, when called upon to do so by the program
Position:Data Network Technician
Company:Range Telephone Cooperative, Inc.
Job Type:Full-time
Hours:See Description Below
Days of Week:Daily
Compensation:Details at hire
Duties:Provides technical support for the companies broadband data networks
Contact:See Description Below
Phone:Fax-406-347-2401
Email:jobs@rangetel.coop
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Notes:JOB OPENING Range Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Forsyth, Montana Job Title: Data Network Technician Location: Forsyth, Montana Department: Data Networking/ Operations Date: FLSA Status: Non-exempt Closing: Open until Filled Supervisor: Central Office Supervisor The following job description may not encompass all functions of the position and only provides a general outline of responsibilities. It does not include every function/duty, or every criteria of the position. A complete job description is available on request. POSITION SUMMARY: Provides technical support for the companies broadband data networks up to ISP transport equipment as well as customer communications and data networks, including Company broadband operation, customer owned LAN/WAN and personal computers. Installs, programs, monitors, troubleshoots, and repairs all Company broadband transmission equipment and customer broadband data communications lines and equipment. Assist with maintaining records on Plant and Data. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES • Install, configure, administer and troubleshoot existing fiber optic, copper, and wireless infrastructure, and a variety of communications and data network equipment • Provides technical support for the companies broadband data networks up to ISP transport equipment as well as customer communications and data networks (help desk) • Read technical manuals and brochures to determine equipment needs that meet Company and customer broadband requirements • Monitor Company broadband network and system performance and take action to isolate/repair network problems • Coordinate with affiliated company personnel and contractors as required for the installation and deployment of TCP/IP network systems and applications • Assist in the installation of telecommunications key and PBX systems and related communications hardware and data equipment to support company services • Assist Plant, COE, and Engineering departments as needed • Cable locate coordination • Maintain right-of-way database • Must work effectively as a team player. • Perform all other related job duties assigned by management.* *These tasks do not meet the Americans With Disabilities Act definition of essential job functions and are usually less than 5% of time spent. However, these tasks still constitute important performance aspects of the job. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: • Knowledge of concepts, principles and safety practices of communications transmission and data equipment • Knowledge of standards for equipment performance (UL, FCC, NEBS, Telcordia). • Knowledge of national and local installation standards and electrical codes. • Knowledge of communications protocol (SONET, TDM, TCP/IP). • Knowledge of company products and services. • Knowledge of company policies and procedures. • Skill in operating various types of office equipment such as personal computer, various software programs, and telephone systems. • Skill in problem identification and resolution. • Ability to effectively and efficiently install, maintain, and repair routers, data network switches, component parts, software systems, and cable infrastructure. • Ability to troubleshoot and conduct tests, using various testing devices and specialized electronic equipment. • Ability to successfully interact with other company departments in a professional and courteous manner. • Ability to understand and carry out oral and written communication. • Ability to organize and prioritize multiple work assignments. • Ability to pay close attention to detail. • Ability to work independently. • Ability to make sound decisions using information at hand. • Ability to maintain good customer relations and communication skills. Education and Experience: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to an associate’s degree in electronics, information technology, or related field. Previous experience with one or more of the following is desired: IT, LAN/WAN data networking, ISP, IP based and voice/data switching systems, telephone key systems & PBX installations. CCNA Certification preferred, but not required. GENERAL INFORMATION: The general work hours for this position are 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. Overtime will be required on occasion. This is a Non-Exempt position, subject to the overtime provisions of FLSA. Send resume with cover letter to Human Resources * POB 127 * Forsyth, MT 59327 * e.mail: jobs@rangetel.coop ; Fax: 406-347-2401
Position:4-5 Patrol Officer Positions
Company:Miles City Police Dept. / City of Miles City
Job Type:Full-time
Hours:Variable Shifts
Days of Week:Mon-Sun rotating
Compensation:$42,000.00 Average starting
Duties:Law enforcement & Community relations/service
Contact:Chief Doug Columbik
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Email:dcolumbic@milescc-mt.org
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Notes:Contact Miles City Police Department for complete description.
Position:Detention Officer
Company:CUSTER COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
Job Type:Part-time
Hours:VARIABLE
Days of Week:VARIABLE
Compensation:$14.05 per hour
Duties:See Dscription Below
Contact:Sgt Tim Crews
Phone:See Sheriffs office or Job Service
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Notes:POSITION: Detention Officer (Grade 10) DEPARTMENT: Care of Prisoners ACCOUNTABLE TO: Sheriff SUMMARY OF WORK: Performs duties associated with the operation of the jail, inmate transportation and the security and well-being of the inmates. Maintains the cleanliness of the jail and provides meals to prisoners. JOB CHARACTERISTICS: Nature of Work: This position performs duties where observation and security are important. Requires decisions on inmates health and if a threat to self or others. Hazards may include dangers from dealing with difficult inmates, and working with cleaning chemicals. Job entails cleaning. May be required to work night shift. Deals with sensitive information and adheres to standards of confidentiality. Personal Contacts: Daily contact with inmates and with the public on visiting days. Supervision Received: Supervision or direction as needed from the Sheriff and Undersheriff. Essential Functions: As Detention Officer, position requires ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing, review written material, record information, calculate, exercise good judgement, physically restrain hostile individuals, and visually inspect inmate cells, and operate a vehicle and exercise proper Law Enforcement radio procedure. Ability to sit, lift, reach with hands and arms; balance; stoop; bend; kneel; crouch and lift up to 90 pounds. Required visual ability includes closeup and distance vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus, position involves some strenuous labor and working during adverse weather conditions. AREAS OF JOB ACCOUNTABILITY AND PERFORMANCE: Fill out booking slips, evaluation forms, fingerprint cards and photograph new inmates; check inmates every half hour to ensure safety and well-being; perform more frequent inmate checks for special cases; log all checks; see that inmates get to court at appointed times; see that inmates receive medical care when needed or requested; maintain inventory of medical supplies for emergency and routine care; cook for and feed inmates and log number of meals served; shower inmates and see that they are kept clean and presentable; weigh long term inmates and log. Maintain jail logs with accurate and current information on inmate time in and out; bond amounts; keep records of inmates in alphabetical order; maintain inmate financial records; purchase commissary items for inmates; log all transactions including money, pencils, papers, books, etc. Conduct visitations for inmates; assist officers with handling of DUI arrests and unruly prisoners; operate the camera for recording the arrest; see that all inmates are treated fairly and that none are mistreated by others. Keep kitchen area clean including refrigerator, ovens, oven racks, freezer; clean jail including dusting, mopping, sweeping, waxing floors and washing windows; maintain cells by painting; see that linen is changed weekly; do the laundry; log all jail work done on shift and inform jailer relieving shift of any unfinished work; handle inmate mail. Transport inmates and mentally ill. Adhere to procedures established for those transports. Maintain security at all times; prepare written reports of illegal activity to Sheriff; and perform other related duties as required by the Sheriff. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge: This position requires a knowledge of laws and procedures governing inmates and knowledge of criminal procedures of fingerprinting and photographing and use of prisoner restraint equipment. Skills: This position requires skills in typing, cooking, cleaning, and keeping accurate, detailed records. Abilities: This position requires the ability to: deal with people in often stressful situations; evaluate prisoners as to risk to themselves and others; be observant; anticipate problems; carry out tasks quickly and efficiently; deal with hostile prisoners; show a positive, courteous attitude; have correctable vision; have good mobility and coordination; be flexible to work different shifts; communicate effectively orally and in writing; adhere to standards of confidentiality and integrity; follow verbal and written instructions; and establish effective working relationships with fellow employees, supervisors, and the public. Other: This position requires a valid Montana Driver=s License. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: The above knowledge, skills, and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to a High School diploma. Experience with public relations, cooking, and janitorial work preferred. After training period must successfully complete Detention Officer Basic Course at the Montana Law Enforcement Academy and possess a valid Montana Driver=s License. JOB PERFORMANCE STANDARDS: Evaluation of this position will be based primarily upon performance of the preceding requirements and duties. Examples of job performance criteria include, but are not limited to, the following: --Performs assigned duties. --Provides for security of inmates and building. --Provides nutritious meals to inmates. --Properly performs booking fingerprinting and photographing of new inmates. --Effectively evaluates prisoners for risk and health reasons and takes appropriate action. --Adheres to standards of confidentiality. --Remains calm in stressful situations. --Performs cleaning duties effectively. --Assists officers with DUI suspects. --Demonstrates necessary physical strength and stamina to perform duties of position. --Maintains accurate and timely records. --Prepares and submits accurate and timely reports. --Deals tactfully with the public. --Observes work hours. --Demonstrates punctuality. --Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with fellow employees, supervisors and the public. Page of f Page of 5 Position Title: Detention Officer Total Points: 335 Pay Grade: 10 Compensable Factor I - Skills Level/Points Possible 1/10 2/20 3/40 4/80 ELEMENTS LEVEL POINTS Education 2 20 Experience 3 40 License/Certification Required 3 40 Human Contacts 3 40 Total Points 140 Compensable Factor II - Responsibilities Level/Points Possible 1/10 2/20 3/40 4/80 ELEMENTS LEVEL POINTS Equipment/Facilities/Records 3 40 Financial 2 20 Safety of Others 3 40 Work of Others 2 20 Total Points 120 Compensable Factor III -Working Conditions Level/Points Possible 1/7 2/13 3/25 4/50 ELEMENTS LEVEL POINTS Job Environment and Hazards 3 25 Physical Demands 3 25 Mental Demands (1/8 2/15 3/30 4/60) 3 25 Total Points 75
Position:Early Childhood Specialist
Company:DISTRICT 7 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
Job Type:Full-time
Hours:See Description
Days of Week:M-F
Compensation:Discuss at hire
Duties:See Notes
Contact:Human Resources Manager
Phone:800.433.1411
Email:
Website:www.hrdc7.org|
Notes:JOB DESCRIPTION DISTRICT 7 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL Functional Title: Early Childhood Specialist Program: Child Care Program Supervisor: Education and Training Supervisor Status: Non – Exempt When submitting an application please also submit transcripts. JOB SUMMARY Under the supervision of the Program Manager and in accordance with the direction and mission of District 7 HRDC, the Early Childhood Specialist is delegated the responsibility of offering specialized training to child care providers utilizing various early-childhood training programs. Maintaining professional relationships with Child Care Licensors to ensure quality of care and working with the Best Beginnings Special Needs subsidies program. MISSION OF THE ORGANIZATION Through its mission, HRDC empowers people in need through the mobilization and development of community services creating opportunities for success in Big Horn, Carbon, Stillwater, Sweet Grass, and Yellowstone Counties. All HRDC activities focus on 6 national goals: Self sufficiency, community revitalization, community ownership and pride, partnerships among supporters and service providers, agencies increase their capacity, and strengthen Families and Communities. ESSENTIAL DUTIES Management and Administration: • Maintains detailed records of recruitment, training, and evaluation in relation to Child Care Licensing referrals and early childhood training programs. • Collects data and completes reports as required. Financial: Not applicable to this position. Operations: • Coordinates trainings and evaluates child care providers. • Assists in the development and delivery of early childhood related trainings for child care providers and parents. • Determines and provides trainings and/or technical assistance to caregivers. • Organizes and facilitates provider orientations, pre-orientations and mini grant workshops. • Provides and delivers follow-up on each caregiver to Child Care Licensing. Compliance: • Recruits and educates caregivers to become registered providers and to participate in the early childhood training programs, meeting contractual requirements. • Responds to Child Care Licensing referrals. Professional Development: • Participates in staff meetings, team building, technical training, and 1:1 supervision meetings. Community: • Networks with Child Care Licensing and other community agencies to access available resources. • Assists with Child Care Department Events. • Represents HRDC’s Child Care Program at community meetings and events. Goal Setting: • Implements agency work plans at the program level to ensure achievement of set goals. Innovation: • Brings creative suggestions and potential solutions to direct supervisor regarding work barriers and team efficiency Additional Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Integrates knowledge of budgeting and management experience into program operations. • Effectively communicates on all platforms. • Demonstrates dependability and punctuality. • Adheres to a consistent work schedule. • Demonstrates professionalism in the workplace. • Modeling an objective and non judgmental attitude. • Nurtures, builds, and mentors employees to build a cohesive team. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Annual Criminal Background checks and Child Protective Services checks are required. Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education Child Development or Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and education with 20 credits in Early Childhood Education, and 300 hours supervised teaching experience, and minimum of 1000 hours working in an Early Childhood setting. \PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The employee must occasionally move up to 25 pounds; maintain a stationary position while using a computer; frequently communicate with co-workers and members of the community on the phone, in writing and in person; needs to move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment is typical of that of an office setting. The employee must occasionally move up to 25 pounds; maintain a stationary position while using a computer. Tasks will involve extended periods of time at a keyboard or work station. ____________________________________________________________________________________ I have received a complete copy of the Job Description and understand the requirements of the job. This job description has been reviewed with my Supervisor. _________________________________________________________ Date ______________ Supervisor _________________________________________________________ Date ______________ Employee
Position:Heavy Equipment Field Mechanic
Company:Rocky Mountain Contractors, Inc.
Job Type:Full-time
Hours:See Description
Days of Week:See Description
Compensation:See Description
Duties:See Description
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Notes:Job Title:Heavy Equipment Field Mechanic Posting Dates: 4/29/2016 - 5/14/2016 Job #: 15-03-16 Company: Rocky Mountain Contractors, Inc. Department: Rocky Mountain Contractors Location: Belgrade, MT Hiring Manager: William J Caffyn Position Type: Full-Time Posting Type: Internal / External This position is being posted both internally and externally with first consideration given to qualified internal applicants. Job Summary: Responsible for making safety a #1 priority in the day-to-day work routine for self and others. Responsible for the repair and maintenance of vehicles and equipment used in utility line construction. Hourly rate is Depending on Experience & includes competitive benefit package. Over time pay for hours worked over 40 - work schedule includes the availability of more then 40 hour work weeks. Minimum Qualifications: Educational and experience requirements include: High school diploma, or its equivalent, and 5 years of experience and/or training in vehicle/construction equipment repair or any combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position. An advanced knowledge of OSHA requirements applicable to equipment operations, repair, and maintenance is needed. Familiarity with equipment used in utility line construction and substation work helpful. Valid (Class A) Interstate Commercial Drivers License is required. Additional Job QualificationsConsiderable knowledge of methods, materials, tools and techniques used in vehicle and equipment repair and maintenance. Strong knowledge of hydraulic systems, as well as experience with electrical systems, including computerized induction/ignition systems. Familiar with mechanical design, welding and fabrication. Skills include use of power and hand tools, use of diagnostic equipment and experience with operation of vehicles and equipment for diagnostic purposes. MDU Resources Group, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected Veteran status.
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