Missoula County

Missoula County consists of over 30 departments to meet the needs of our citizens, from registering a motor vehicle to providing quality medical care through the health department and our federally qualified health center, access to the justice system in the form of the Sheriff’s Department and County Attorney’s office to public works projects.  Each department strives to fulfill the County’s mission:

Missoula County Mission:

Provide quality public service to protect and enhance the well-being of the people, communities, and environment of Missoula County.

Vision:

Missoula County is a trusted community leader enhancing the quality of life so people can thrive and realize individual and collective potential.

Core Values:

Integrity: We are accountable, ethical and transparent.

Innovation: We choose to develop sustainable solutions that pursue opportunities and foster creativity.

Teamwork: We are a diverse, interdependent organization that supports collaboration to work effectively.

Community: We honor diversity and respect people, heritage, culture, and natural resources.

 

 

 

 

 

28 job(s) at Missoula County

MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Sep 23, 2022
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: Cover Letter, Resume, Copy of BLS Certification, and copy of valid MT Driver's License. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Located halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks and home to the University of Montana, Missoula is an academic center situated in an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Depending on the season, you can hike, ski, fish, float rivers, ride mountain bikes, or just sit back and marvel at the surrounding scenery. Join us in scenic, sophisticated, and service-oriented Missoula! Partnership Health Center (PHC), 2019 and 2022 winner of the Employer of Choice Award for Missoula, and 2022 winner of the Montana Employer of Choice Award, offers impeccable, integrated services to over 16,000 individuals and families. A 7-site, co-applicant Federally Qualified Health Center with Missoula County, PHC fulfills its mission through the provision of a full range of primary care services - medical, dental, behavioral health, and an on-site pharmacy with a dedication to attending to the social determinants of health. Please visit our website to see the amazing benefits you will receive by joining our team such as medical (no cost for employee), dental, and vision insurance, loan forgiveness, retirement plan contributions, and generous paid sick and vacation time. Provides clinical patient care as a member of a patient centered care team in all aspects of serving the patients of Partnership Health Center (PHC). This position is used to train new Medical Assistants to perform the full component of duties required of that position and prepare employees to advance within the ladder. Employees may be eligible for advancement to the next level based on demonstrated competencies. Representative Examples of Work ESSENTIAL DUTIES - MEDICAL ASSISTANT I : Prioritizes patient needs in person and on the telephone. Manages patient flow and ensures that clinic appointments are conducted on schedule, with the primary role of continuity and efficiency by collaborating with patient service representatives, nursing, and provider staff. Conducts and records initial health interview including health histories, medication reconciliation, and prepares patient for examination. Gathers and records vital signs including temperature, blood pressure, height and weight. Documents interactions with patients in accordance with clinic policies and procedures Assists provider in minor procedures, including dressing changes, wound care and first aid. Collects specimens, draws blood and performs the tests allowed as a CLIA-certified laboratory for waived tests based on evidence based research. Maintains control logs for patient testing. Prepares and administers prescription medications to patients including immunizations to adults and children age 12 years and up, in accordance with CDC regulations and guidance, and under the direction of a licensed health care provider, and in accordance with training level and approved competency. Documents medications and immunizations in accordance with PHC policies. Communicates with other health care providers, including other medical offices, hospitals and nursing home, as directed by providers. Coordinates referrals to specialists and outside lab testing facilities as directed by providers. Refills prescriptions per Provider directive and in accordance with PHC Policy and Procedures, and in accordance with training level and approved competency. Accurately records refill in electronic medical record. Maintains clinic work area and equipment, including cleaning and sterilization. Completes other supportive duties directed by care team, including but not limited to paperwork, cleaning of patient rooms, sterilization of equipment and supplies, and organization of supplies. Assists with material management, and stocking of area, inventory and ordering. ESSENTIAL DUTIES - MEDICAL ASSISTANT II : Advancement to MA II requires successful completion of PHC Core Competencies for MA I position. Performs all the duties of a Medical Assistant I. Phones in prescriptions to pharmacies as directed by the medical provider. Participates in task force or other clinical committee to strategize and implement workflows and procedures that enhance PHC Clinical Quality measures, while increasing patient safety and care, using Lean principles and further utilization of Patient Centered Medical Home programs. Provides training of new on-boarding team members as assigned by Nursing Director or Charge Nurses in addition to working with MA and Nursing Students during externship. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS-MEDICAL ASSISTANT I : EDUCATION : High school graduation or GED. EXPERIENCE : Experience working as a medical assistant or in a healthcare setting desired. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires a current Healthcare Professional BLS certification or the ability to obtain it within 90 days of hire. Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS-MEDICAL ASSISTANT II : EDUCATION : High school graduation or GED. EXPERIENCE : One year of experience working as a medical assistant or in a healthcare setting. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires a current Healthcare Professional BLS certification or the ability to obtain it within 90 days of hire. Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. 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. The employee may risk exposure to bio-hazardous waste (blood, urine body fluids), disinfectant chemicals and communicable diseases. Work schedules rotate and may include evening and weekend hours.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Sep 20, 2022
Full Time
Definition Missoula County is conducting a recruitment to establish an eligibility pool for Probationary Deputy Sheriff position(s). This recruitment is open to the public. Physical and written testing will occur in Missoula Montana on October 29th and 30th, 2022. Applicants eligible to participate in the testing will be notified via electronic correspondence. TO APPLY: Please complete all sections of the online application even if a resume is submitted. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: Copy of Valid Driver's License Proof of US Citizenship - Birth Certificate or an Unexpired Passport, other document listed on I-9 like Certificate of Naturalization. Documentation of graduation from an accredited high school, or GED certificate. College transcripts will also suffice for this documentation, unofficial accepted. DD214 if claiming a Veteran's hiring preference. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs basic law enforcement work. This is an entry level probationary position used for training and evaluation for the Missoula County Sheriff's Department. Representative Examples of Work Drives a vehicle to patrol assigned areas of the County to provide for the safety and well-being of life and property. Responds to calls for assistance and complaints of crimes and disturbances. Makes initial investigations at crime scenes, including interviews and preserving evidence. Serves legal and civil process orders of courts including arrest warrants, restraining orders and subpoenas. Appears in court to give testimony and present evidence. Prepares and submits reports as required. Arrests or assists in the arrest of suspects. Enforces traffic regulations. Minimum Qualifications Must meet minimum requirements as set forth by Montana State statutes: be a citizen of the United States; be at least 18 years of age; be a graduate of an accredited high school or the equivalent; never have been convicted of a felony; be fingerprinted and a search made of appropriate files to disclose any criminal record; not have been affiliated in any manner with a subversive organization within 5 years; within 30 days immediately preceding his/her date of employment have been examined by a physician licensed to practice in the State of Montana and have been pronounced in good physical condition (this examination is provided by the County); be of good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation; have successfully completed an oral interview in which the characteristics necessary to a peace officer are demonstrated; possess or be eligible for a valid Montana driver's license. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Must successfully complete the department Field Training Officer (FTO) program. Must attend and satisfactorily complete Basic School at the Montana Law Enforcement Academy within one (1) year of employment. Requires passing a background investigation. Must pass departmental physical ability examination prior to employment and participate periodically thereafter. Requires valid Montana driver's license and safe driving record. Physical/Environmental Demands The employee is required to carry a weapon and is exposed to potentially dangerous situations. Requires adjusting to changing shifts; exposure to a stressful environment; exposure to human blood, urine and other contagious sources and working both indoors and outdoors in all temperatures. The work may require working longer than twelve hour shifts. Employee is subject to call-out at any time. The work requires frequent driving; occasional standing and walking on all types of surfaces and frequent reaching. Use of the hands is continuously required; applying pressure with the hands and forceful, repeated or sustained exertions are occasionally required. Running, jumping and climbing stairs, ladders and fences are activities required occasionally. Lifting, carrying and pushing/pulling of items weighing greater than 140 lbs are required occasionally. Requires hearing which falls within normal limits for both pure tone and speech, per audiogram. (An average will be taken of 500, 1000 and 2000 Hz. The applicant must have an average threshold of 25dBHL or less in each ear.) Requires vision acuity as follows: binocular vision of 20/80 uncorrected, which is corrected using glasses or contact lenses to binocular vision of 20/30; 140 degrees peripheral; normal color vision to sufficiently distinguish red, yellow and green; and normal depth perception.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Sep 16, 2022
Definition ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE REVIEWED AND CONSIDERED TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs a variety of duties in the Clerk & Recorder/Treasurer's Office related to collecting and processing tax payments. Representative Examples of Work Records property tax payments received by mail in the Treasurer's Office. Uses a computer system to process various payment types including checks and credit card information. Prepares letters from templates to send to taxpayers explaining issues with payments and options for correction. Adds total payments received and compares to system reports to ensure balance and accurate processing. OTHER DUTIES: Assists other office personnel and performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications Requires high school graduation or GED. Physical/Environmental Demands Employee commonly remains in an office setting and spends a considerable amount of time using a computer keyboard. Work requires the ability to lift books (30-40 lbs.) while climbing a ladder or bending to retrieve books.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Sep 16, 2022
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY: Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: Cover Letter, Resume, copy of MT Pharmacy Technician License, and valid MT Driver's License. Incomplete applications and applications without required attachments will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Located halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks and home to the University of Montana, Missoula is an academic center situated in an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Depending on the season, you can hike, ski, fish, float rivers, ride mountain bikes, or just sit back and marvel at the surrounding scenery. Join us in scenic, sophisticated, and service-oriented Missoula! Partnership Health Center (PHC), 2019 and 2022 winner of the Employer of Choice Award for Missoula, and 2022 winner of the Montana Employer of Choice Award, offers impeccable, integrated services to over 16,000 individuals and families. A 7-site, co-applicant Federally Qualified Health Center with Missoula County, PHC fulfills its mission through the provision of a full range of primary care services - medical, dental, behavioral health, and an on-site pharmacy with a dedication to attending to the social determinants of health. Please visit our website to see the amazing benefits you will receive by joining our team such as medical (no cost for employee), dental, and vision insurance, loan forgiveness, retirement plan contributions, and generous paid sick and vacation time. Responsible for filling medication orders, maintaining stock, and billing all appropriate third responsible parties for payment. 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. Maintains perpetual inventory of all medication; enters all incoming stock in the proper category; and restocks all prescriptions that are not picked up. Acts as liaison between primary care providers, pharmacy students, other employees and PHC patients with regard to all aspects of the drug delivery system unique to FQCHCs. 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. May collect payment and use cash register POS system. May help balance the POS system and troubleshoot errors for daily balance. Performs work-related tasks as assigned by the Pharmacy Director. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION: Requires P.T.C.B. certification as a Pharmacy Technician and Pharmacy Technician license issued by the State of Montana Board of Pharmacy; OR a Pharmacy Intern License. Without P.T.C.B. certification and MT Pharmacy Technician License, a Pharmacy Technician in Training may be considered at a reduced rate of pay. EXPERIENCE: None. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : This position requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands The work is commonly 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).
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Sep 16, 2022
Definition ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE REVIEWED AND CONSIDERED WEEKLY Work can be performed remotely with a flexible 26 hr/per week schedule includes benefits TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: College transcripts (unofficial accepted), a letter of interest and a resume. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs work in developing a complex public health emergency preparedness system at the Missoula City-County Health Department and with external agencies. Representative Examples of Work Works throughout the Health Department to build and coordinate all aspects of public health emergency preparedness, including assessing gaps, exploring specific issues; responding to identified needs; developing new programs; and enhancing coordination of existing services. Works with key emergency preparedness partners such as state agencies, County Department of Emergency Services, local law enforcement, hospitals, schools, UM, state government agencies, related regional agencies and others to develop plans, training, exercises, agreements and projects. Coordinates department emergency preparedness training; assists in developing and implementing department emergency preparedness policies; establishes and maintains internal emergency preparedness and response systems. Develops a broad-based coalition of agencies and organizations associated with public health emergency preparedness objectives and concerns. Participates in and may initiate and lead public processes, meetings and planning groups. Acts as a facilitator with a variety of groups to accomplish project objectives. Administers grants including: preparing competitive proposals, establishing and maintaining accurate records; preparing periodic financial and performance reports; ensuring compliance with all applicable rules and regulations; and monitoring project/program progress; writes project summaries for reporting requirements. Assists in public information officer role, helps maintain a full communication system, including listserves, newsletters, news media releases, etc. Updates and revises department preparedness plans. Gathers and compiles a variety of materials and information. Performs literature reviews. Participates in public forums and planning groups in order to examine issues, develop programs and plan services. Develops and delivers public presentations representing the department. Serves as staff in incident command during a public health incident or emergency. Minimum Qualifications Requires a bachelor's degree in a field such as community health education, public administration, or other applicable field. Master's degree in these fields is desirable. Requires at least three years of experience in public health or public administration related work, including public education, grants administration and emergency response system development. Experience working with a local, state or federal government agency with a focus on public health, community education, public administration, emergency preparedness or community intervention preferred. Experience with public health emergency preparedness and planning, including strategic and long-term planning is desirable. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safety of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands The employee commonly remains in an office setting and the work requires light physical activity, except during a training exercise or an incident which may require work in the field. Requires availability for occasional evening and weekend work assignments and the ability to travel.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Sep 14, 2022
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: Cover Letter and Resume. Please address in your Cover Letter your experience working effectively with a diverse team of people and what you value most about working in a team-based setting. Please explain why you want to work at Partnership Health Center. Incomplete applications and applications without required attachments will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Located halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks and home to the University of Montana, Missoula is an academic center situated in an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Depending on the season, you can hike, ski, fish, float rivers, ride mountain bikes, or just sit back and marvel at the surrounding scenery. Join us in scenic, sophisticated, and service-oriented Missoula! Partnership Health Center (PHC), 2019 and 2022 winner of the Employer of Choice Award for Missoula, and 2022 winner of the Montana Employer of Choice Award, offers impeccable, integrated services to over 16,000 individuals and families. A 7-site, co-applicant Federally Qualified Health Center with Missoula County, PHC fulfills its mission through the provision of a full range of primary care services - medical, dental, behavioral health, and an on-site pharmacy with a dedication to attending to the social determinants of health. Please visit our website to see the amazing benefits you will receive by joining our team such as medical (no cost for employee), dental, and vision insurance, loan forgiveness, retirement plan contributions, and generous paid sick and vacation time. Works as a lead member of a health promotion team to improve community health. Representative Examples of Work (The following are intended to illustrate typical duties; they are not meant to be all inclusive nor restrictive.) ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Plans, executes, evaluates and has primary responsibility for at least one major community health promotion program as assigned. Monitors budget, annual work plans, and writes quarterly reports for this program. Seeks program funding through grants and other fundraising opportunities. Performs community health needs assessments, including program evaluations. Performs program coordination for designated program area. Develops and maintains community coalition groups. Recruits support from community organizations, resource people and potential participants for support and assistance in community health planning and program development. Acts as a facilitator with a variety of groups to accomplish community health related objectives. Provides training for support personnel as required. Performs literature reviews related to community health. Gathers and compiles a variety of educational materials and information. Develops a logical scope and sequence plan for possible health education programs. Organizes, implements and assures effectiveness of community processes. Plans and facilitates meetings. Develops and delivers public presentations. Attends public health functions and state meetings and may represent the department or geo-political divisions. Directly represents Division with news media interviews and at a variety of community functions. OTHER DUTIES: Develops and uses printed materials effectively. May coordinate satellite broadcasts for meetings and educational forums. May perform general program administrative activities including report writing, bookkeeping and data collection. Performs related duties as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. EDUCATION: Requires a Bachelor's degree. Degrees best suited to this position include social work, health sciences, or educational fields. EXPERIENCE : Requires three years of experience in developing and delivering community health education programs or community health promotion related work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : This position requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands Works primarily in an office type setting. Requires some evening and weekend work; requires the ability to travel to frequent in-town and occasional out-of-town events; requires occasional lifting, up to 25# (ex: audio visual equipment, written materials). The employee may risk exposure to communicable diseases.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Sep 14, 2022
Full Time
Definition ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE REVIEWED AND CONSIDERED HYBRID AND ALTERNATIVE WORK SCHEDULES MAY BE CONSIDERED TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: College transcripts (if applicable, unofficial are accepted), and a letter of interest. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs professional level accounting work for the Financial Services Department with primary responsibility for the general ledger, grants fiscal reporting, cash management, tax administration and financial reporting for the County of Missoula, school districts and other local agencies within Missoula County. Employees within this job class may have assigned areas of responsibility and provide back up and support for all duties. Representative Examples of Work Performs general accounting duties including monthly reconciliation of cash receipts and disbursements; developing monthly correcting and adjusting entries; coordinating and performing month-end closing process; and coordinating year-end closing. Performs miscellaneous reconciliations, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, warrants payable, and miscellaneous clearing funds. Assists with the preparation of detailed, complex financial accounting reports and statements for both month end and year end. Performs general ledger duties including balances payroll distribution; monitors outstanding warrants for claims and payroll; coordinates check write-offs; maintains the County chart of accounts; creates budget coding and project accounts; develops and enters budget amendments, transfers and corrections. Works closely with departments to determine Budgeting, Accounting and Reporting System (BARS ) appropriate accounting needs related to Projects and Grants. Calculates and distributes countywide revenue and expenses including personal property tax reimbursements; entitlement share; credit card fees; investment revenue and expenses; forest reserve receipts; and permissive medical levy. Generates and distributes monthly accounting reports to county management and outside agencies. Assists other departments, agencies, and the general public to interpret accounting reports and information, and to identify and correct errors. Performs tax administration duties including calculating and entering mill levy values; generating, reconciling and archiving tax bills, and bills for rural special improvement districts; processing tax abatements and payments made under protest; allocating and distributing tax monies to appropriate funds or jurisdictions. Updates tax program coding information. Receipts and distributes deposits to appropriate funds; determines daily working capital needs; prepares and posts transfers between cash and investment accounts. Responsible for daily and monthly reconciliations of cash and investments, outstanding warrants, revenues, expenditures, payroll liabilities and other areas. Sets up and maintains all warrant users and authorized signers on all accounts. Coordinates and performs electronic transactions including debt service, payroll, and other wire transfers in and out. Responsible for disbursements through checks and wire transfers for warrant clearing and bond payments. Researches and identifies procedural changes related to assigned duties, with a focus on enhancing efficiency, transparency of operations, and effectively communicating financial reports with elected officials, department heads, countywide agencies, and the public. Serves as a lead worker in the Financial Services Department. Provides work direction; ensures work is completed in a timely manner; provides training; may participate in hiring and scheduling; and may participate in employee development or corrective action with the Deputy Financial Services Director and Chief Financial Officer. Collects, prepares and develops information and work papers for outside auditors. Works on year end financial schedules to be used for Annual County Financial Report and State reports such as Annual Financial Report. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree required *** Degrees best suited to this position are accounting, finance, math, statistics and information technology. CPA or CGFM desired. Requires three years of experience in the accounting field. Requires strong financial analysis skills. Work experience with an emphasis on adjusting and correcting entries, reconciliation and financial statement preparation is desired. Experience dealing with real and personal property taxes is desirable. Experience in governmental accounting desired. *** With no degree, four additional years of experience in accounting and or cash management may be considered. Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires little physical activity and the employee commonly remains in an office setting. May require occasional travel, locally and out of town to meetings and training. Requires a significant amount of time performing work at a computer workstation. Requires occasional medium lifting, (boxes, 25-35 pounds).
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Sep 13, 2022
Full Time
Definition ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE REVIEWED AND CONSIDERED TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: College transcripts (unofficial are accepted). Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Applications will be reviewed weekly. Performs professional work in the analysis, development, and maintenance of computerized information and reporting systems for the Technology Department. Work assignments will be in an area of specific emphasis which may include office automation; network support; user application support, client/server, workstations and peripheral support. Representative Examples of Work Performs duties as a senior computer specialist for Missoula County's technology users. Makes decisions on complex issues regarding technical approach for project components. Documents, tracks, and monitors computer problems using applicable systems and tools. Responds to requests for service calls from users (including on-call and weekends). Orients and instructs personnel in system operations and applications. Provides technical support for applications and desktop hardware including user assistance, training and software evaluation. Analyzes user needs and objectives in relation to available systems and hardware and makes recommendations for appropriate use. Orients and instructs end users in system operations and applications. Builds, diagnoses, and repairs computers. Performs printer and peripheral installation and troubleshooting. Assists with maintenance of County PC inventory. OTHER DUTIES: Assists with other information technology projects as assigned. Performs related duties as directed. Minimum Qualifications A Bachelor's degree is required. Degrees best suited to this position are computer science, information systems, and software engineering. Requires three years of experience developing and maintaining computerized information systems. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires passing a criminal background check, including CJIN requirements, conducted by the Missoula County Sheriff's Department. Physical/Environmental Demands Work is commonly performed in an office setting. Requires light physical activity with occasional stooping, bending, climbing ladders and moderate lifting 30-50# frequently and up to 90# occasionally. Requires periodic on-call and weekend duty and may require carrying a cell phone.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Sep 13, 2022
Full Time
Definition ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE REVIEWED AND CONSIDERED TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Applications will be reviewed weekly. Performs advanced level clerical and secretarial duties in the Missoula County Sheriff's Department to prepare, process, maintain and preserve records and reports for the criminal justice, civil process, and warrants offices. Representative Examples of Work Answers inquiries from the public and employees. Disseminates arrest records and investigative reports, according to state laws. Transcribes taped statements that become part of the official criminal or court records. Ensures that reports are accurate and able to be used for court evidence. Updates and maintains computerized records management system including: scans documents; prepares incident report files; reviews incident reports for accuracy; returns reports requiring editing to the originating officer; and finalizing incident report in system. Performs research of records to provide information to the County Attorney's office within legal guidelines and department policies. Fingerprints the public as requested and maintains related records . Performs reception of callers and visitors; answers inquiries from the public and employees; prepares and disseminates daily mail and other information. Prepares schedules; prepares replies to written correspondence; maintains department records and files. Performs computer data entry and word-processing. Obtains information as required to complete detailed forms and applications. Makes moderately complex calculations and tabulates data. Updates statistical information to generate reports. Checks civil papers and court documents that are to be served for completeness and processes documents in accordance with established procedures and law. Answers routine inquiries regarding civil process and procedures. Schedules and processes legal advertising for sheriff's sales as required. Makes determination on bonding requirements prior to accepting papers for service by the civil process officer. Provides administrative support for the abandoned vehicle program. Processes required paperwork; prepares forms for the sale of vehicles; and maintains all required records. Performs support duties for warrants division. Processes warrants of arrest. Processes orders of protection. Completes monthly validations of entered records. Provides criminal records and driving history to authorized personnel. Performs related work as required or directed. Other duties: May collect money, issue receipts, and prepare deposits for money received for various fees. May perform data entry for concealed weapon permits. Minimum Qualifications Requires high school diploma or GED. Requires two years of clerical work experience in an office, retail setting, or other settings such as food service environment. Requires experience engaging directly with the public both in person and by telephone. Requires experience using a computer or a POS (point of sale) system. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Successful candidate must pass an extensive background investigation. Physical/Environmental Demands The employee commonly remains in an office setting. The work requires long periods of sitting at a computer terminal. May require work outside the office environment to process forms at abandoned vehicle sale or sheriff's sale. Requires occasional light lifting (20 lbs).
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Sep 07, 2022
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: Cover Letter and Resume. Please address in your Cover Letter your qualifications and experience related to the required skills for the position. Incomplete applications and applications without the required attachments will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Located halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks and home to the University of Montana, Missoula is an academic center situated in an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Depending on the season, you can hike, ski, fish, float rivers, ride mountain bikes, or just sit back and marvel at the surrounding scenery. Join us in scenic, sophisticated, and service-oriented Missoula! Partnership Health Center (PHC), 2019 and 2022 winner of the Employer of Choice Award for Missoula, and 2022 winner of the Montana Employer of Choice Award, offers impeccable, integrated services to over 16,000 individuals and families. A 7-site, co-applicant Federally Qualified Health Center with Missoula County, PHC fulfills its mission through the provision of a full range of primary care services - medical, dental, behavioral health, and an on-site pharmacy with a dedication to attending to the social determinants of health. Please visit our website to see the amazing benefits you will receive by joining our team such as medical (no cost for employee), dental, and vision insurance, loan forgiveness, retirement plan contributions, and generous paid sick and vacation time. Performs professional level accounting work for the Finance Division of Partnership Health Center. Employees within this job class act as lead workers, may have assigned areas of responsibility, and provide back up and support for all accounting and finance duties. Representative Examples of Work Designs and develops detailed, complex financial accounting reports and statements. Performs general ledger reconciliation duties on a regular basis to ensure transactions are reported in accordance with accounting standards and government regulations. This includes reconciliation of cash, revenues, expenses, payroll and other areas. Compares general ledger account activity to supporting documentation; investigates discrepancies; and prepares adjusting journal entries. Prepares monthly financial statements, reviewing for accuracy and identifying actual vs budget variances. Works closely with management to ensure their understanding of department budgets and financial performance. Builds upcoming fiscal year's financial statement template. Performs grant administration duties including preparing program budgets, tracking expenses, submitting requests for payment, and reporting on financial performance. Ensures financial compliance with agencies and other grantors. Researches and identifies procedural changes in the department with a focus on enhancing efficiency and transparency of operations. Monitors organization-wide spending and recommends cost saving methods. Analyzes staffing, productivity and revenue performance. Serves as a lead worker in the Finance Department. Ensures work is completed in a timely manner; provides training; may participate in hiring and scheduling; and may participate in employee development. Collects, prepares and develops information for annual budget, Federal 330 Grant, Uniform Data System and Medicare Cost reports, annual audit and tax return. Assists other departments, agencies, and the general public to interpret accounting reports and information, and to identify and correct errors. Reviews and approves claims weekly, ensuring proper coding and documentation. Works with County Auditor's office to address claims issues. OTHER DUTIES: Assists with setting up accounting and coding on department specific software to coordinate with procedures of Missoula County Financial Services. Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree required. Degrees best suited to this position are accounting, math, statistics and information technology. CPA desired. EXPERIENCE: Requires three years of experience as an accountant. Work experience with an emphasis on report building, account reconciliation, and financial statement analysis is desired. Advanced Microsoft Excel skills required. Experience working in health care or governmental setting is desired. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires little physical activity, and the employee commonly remains in an office setting. May require occasional travel, locally and out of town to meetings and training. Requires a significant amount of time performing work at a computer workstation. Requires occasional medium lifting, (boxes, 25-35 pounds). The work is performed in a medical office setting and may expose the employee to communicable diseases.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Aug 31, 2022
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include the following additional materials with your application: A Professional Writing Sample, a Cover letter, and References. Incomplete applications and/or applications missing attachments may be disqualified. Performs legal duties for the County Attorney in the criminal division. After, two years relevant experience, at the discretion of the County Attorney, employee may be advanced to Attorney II status based on demonstrated competencies. After four years relevant experience, at the discretion of the County Attorney, employee may be advanced to Attorney III status based on demonstrated competencies. After a minimum of 8 years relevant experience, at the discretion of the County Attorney, employee may be advanced to Attorney IV status based on demonstrated competencies. Representative Examples of Work Prosecutes criminal offenders. Reviews investigative reports from law enforcement officers; determines what charges to file and who to charge or whether to decline prosecution. Files charging documents. Keeps victims advised of case status. Prepares for and makes court appearances in non-trial settings such as arraignments, omnibus hearings, change of plea hearings, sentencing hearings, etc. Interviews and prepares witnesses. Prepares court documents. Responds to motions and arguments from defendants. Represents the State in court appearances before judges and juries. Prepares witnesses. Prepares jury instructions and exhibits. Examines witnesses. Negotiates plea agreements with defense counsel and unrepresented defendants. Assists law enforcement officers with search warrant applications and requests for investigative subpoenas. Does legal research and prepares legal briefs, memoranda and other documents. Advises county agencies and other special districts on legal questions pertaining to their functions. Prepares legal opinions, interprets statutes, codes and ordinances. Prepares resolutions and regulations. Reviews staff reports and assists with complicated communications. Prepares legal documents for court. Negotiates with parties to resolve contested issues. Appears in court and handles regular court duties such as preparing witness, investigating evidence and witnesses, preparing findings of fact and conclusions of law and preparing other arguments, either orally or with written briefs. Minimum Qualifications Requires a Juris Doctor degree. For an Attorney II position, applicants must have a minimum of two years of progressively responsible experience in the practice of criminal law. To qualify as an Attorney III, applicants must have a minimum of four years progressively responsible experience in the practice of criminal law. To qualify as an Attorney IV, applicants must have a minimum of eight years progressively responsible experience in the practice of criminal law. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must be admitted to the Montana State Bar or eligible to be admitted prior to employment. Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires little physical activity and the employee commonly remains in an office or court setting. Requires exposure to stressful situations and ability to react appropriately. Requires the employee to be on-call periodically.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Aug 26, 2022
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is requested. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: College transcripts (unofficial are accepted), letter of interest, and a resume. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs professional and administrative work supporting public health performance management, quality improvement, and accreditation activities of the Missoula City-County Health Department (MCCHD). Representative Examples of Work Provides professional and administrative support to the management team, department director, and department teams in department-wide performance management planning, preparation, documentation; quality improvement and accreditation activities. Coordinates department-wide efforts to ensure that performance management (PM) and quality improvement (QI) programs are conducted using a data driven focus that aligns improvement targets with board, department, and community strategic initiatives. Coordinates the collection, development and analysis of data and other information; compiles progress reports, evaluation and planning documents; records group decisions; creates and manages tracking templates for documents and training. Drafts policies, procedures and plans to develop PM and QI activities. Participates in department and community strategic and health improvement planning. Provides coordination for improving the organization's core public health functions and evaluating the impact that systems improvements have on the public's health. Leads the department's performance management and quality improvement committee. Plans, conducts, and documents activities related to the standards of the Public Health Accreditation Board and works closely with lead staff on sustaining accreditation. Plans and attends meetings and planning groups. Prepares and presents program area reports to agencies, boards and the public. Researches and develops performance management and quality improvement training programs. Performs literature reviews, gathers and compiles a variety of materials and information and disseminates materials in various formats including electronic. Prioritizes and plans work activities using resources effectively. May write and administer grants related to performance management, quality improvement and accreditation activities. May represent the department at a variety of functions. Develops effective printed and electronic materials. Performs general program administrative activities including correspondence, event planning and data collection. Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications Requires a Bachelor's degree. Degrees best suited for this position include public health, science, social science, health science, business, education and planning. Requires two years of experience in technical writing and/or research. Experience in Performance Management and Quality Improvement desired. Physical/Environmental Demands Works primarily in an office setting. Requires occasional medium lifting up to 25 lbs (ex: audio visual equipment, written materials).
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Aug 04, 2022
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: Cover Letter addressing your leadership skills and experience, Resume, a copy of your Radiation Health and Safety (RHS) certification and BLS certification, a copy of certificate showing completion of Dental Assistant program, and a valid MT Driver's License. Incomplete applications and applications without the required attachments will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Located halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks and home to the University of Montana, Missoula is an academic center situated in an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Depending on the season, you can hike, ski, fish, float rivers, ride mountain bikes, or just sit back and marvel at the surrounding scenery. Join us in scenic, sophisticated, and service-oriented Missoula! Partnership Health Center (PHC), 2019 and 2022 winner of the Employer of Choice Award for Missoula, and 2022 winner of the Montana Employer of Choice Award, offers impeccable, integrated services to over 16,000 individuals and families. A 7-site, co-applicant Federally Qualified Health Center with Missoula County, PHC fulfills its mission through the provision of a full range of primary care services - medical, dental, behavioral health, and an on-site pharmacy with a dedication to attending to the social determinants of health. Please visit our website to see the amazing benefits you will receive by joining our team such as medical (no cost for employee), dental, and vision insurance, loan forgiveness, retirement plan contributions, and generous paid sick and vacation time. Performs dental assistant duties in a dental clinic for either Partnership Health Center or the Missoula County Detention Facility; and performs duties as a lead worker for Partnership Health Center Dental Clinic. Representative Examples of Work Serves as a lead worker for the dental assistants to coordinate daily duties and schedules, including setting lunch and break schedules. Provides lead direction to employees in the dental clinic; trains dental assistants and aids in assessing competency of essential duties. Ensures proper infection control and OSHA compliance practices (including SDS sheets) are maintained. Seats patient, reviews medical history, and prepares patient for dental work. Arranges appropriate dental instruments and materials for patient treatment. Assists in taking x-ray films Assists the dentist and dental hygienist in performing patient services including: placing or removing rubber dam, applying topical drugs to patient as prescribed by dentist, placing or removing celluloid, plastic or metallic strips between patients' teeth, providing suction/evacuation function as needed. Sterilizes, cleans and maintains dental instruments and equipment. Assists with maintaining patient charts, progress notes and records. Assists clerical support to schedule patient appointments. Assists with maintaining dental supply inventories. Assigns and oversees additional assistant duties including testing and maintaining autoclaves, maintaining eyewash station and other clinic equipment, and properly disposing of biohazard materials. OTHER DUTIES: Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION : Requires completion of a training program as a Dental Assistant (DANB certification). Requires current Radiation Health and Safety (RHS) certification. EXPERIENCE : Requires a minimum of two years of experience working as a dental assistant. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires a current Healthcare Professional BLS certification or the ability to obtain it within 90 days of hire. Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires lifting of supply boxes in the medium range (up to 30 pounds). The employee may risk exposure to radiation due to taking and developing x-ray films. 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. May work in the Detention Facility, which involves exposure to potentially dangerous persons and situations.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Jul 15, 2022
Temporary
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted or requested. Please attach to your completed application: College Transcripts (unofficial accepted), a letter of interest, a resume, a copy of your MT Nursing License, and current CPR certification. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs professional level duties in the field of public health nursing for the Missoula City-County Health Department . Will be assigned to Covid 19 Vaccination services within the Health Services Division or communicable disease within the Health Promotion Division. Filling one full time (40 hours per week) or two part time (20 hours per week) temporary position(s) ending on December 31, 2022 or sooner. Representative Examples of Work Promotes and supports the health of individual families and the community through assessment, teaching, counseling and other appropriate interventions. Duties may involve primary focus in areas such as infectious disease, asthma, immunizations, maternal and child health, etc. 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. Participates in quality improvement projects and strategic work plans. Works within the incident command structure during emergencies. DESIGNATED AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY: Immunization Clinic Services : Works with all ages to assess historical vaccine records and to administer Covid-19 vaccines based on age and/or medical condition. Responsible for coordinating with Infectious Disease office on reportable communicable diseases. Works with the public and other health care providers to inform and educate on vaccine-related topics. Primarily works in a clinic setting but may also work in the community setting. Minimum Qualifications Requires a baccalaureate degree in nursing. Requires a current license to practice as a registered professional nurse in Montana. No prior experience is required. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires a current Montana driver's license. Requires current CPR certification. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safety of any person. Requires successfully passing a criminal history background check. Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires some physical exertion such as bending, walking and lifting boxes of files and small children (up to 40 lbs.). Requires the manual dexterity to perform manual nursing skills, such as drawing blood, giving injections, filling syringes, etc. The employee may risk exposure to potentially dangerous situations, including exposure to communicable diseases. Varies by designated area of responsibility: The employee will be required to provide service in home settings, which may require climbing stairs. The employee will be required to serve in an on-call capacity on a rotational basis that requires carrying a pager and a cell phone. Requires working outside of the normal workday hours. Requires driving a vehicle to off-site locations for conducting immunization clinics or home visiting.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Jul 15, 2022
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted or requested. Please attach to your completed application: College Transcripts (unofficial accepted), a letter of interest, a resume, a copy of your MT Nursing License, and current CPR certification. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs professional level duties in the field of public health nursing for the Missoula City-County Health Department . Will be assigned to clinic services within the Health Services Division or communicable disease within the Health Promotion Division. Representative Examples of Work Promotes and supports the health of individual families and the community through assessment, teaching, counseling and other appropriate interventions. Duties may involve primary focus in areas such as infectious disease, asthma, immunizations, maternal and child health, etc. 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. Participates in quality improvement projects and strategic work plans. Works within the incident command structure during emergencies. DESIGNATED AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY: Immunization Clinic Services : Works with all ages to assess historical vaccine records and to administer immunizations based on age and/or medical condition. In addition to vaccinations, may draw blood, administer TB skin tests and interpret results, and do lice checks. Responsible for coordinating with Infectious Disease office on reportable communicable diseases. Works with the public and other health care providers to inform and educate on vaccine-related topics. May be required to work in the International Travel Clinic to perform travel consultations. Primarily works in a clinic setting but may also work in the community setting. Minimum Qualifications Requires a baccalaureate degree in nursing. Requires a current license to practice as a registered professional nurse in Montana. No prior experience is required. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires a current Montana driver's license. Requires current CPR certification. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safety of any person. Requires successfully passing a criminal history background check. Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires some physical exertion such as bending, walking and lifting boxes of files and small children (up to 40 lbs.). Requires the manual dexterity to perform manual nursing skills, such as drawing blood, giving injections, filling syringes, etc. The employee may risk exposure to potentially dangerous situations, including exposure to communicable diseases. Varies by designated area of responsibility: The employee will be required to provide service in home settings, which may require climbing stairs. The employee will be required to serve in an on-call capacity on a rotational basis that requires carrying a pager and a cell phone. Requires working outside of the normal workday hours. Requires driving a vehicle to off-site locations for conducting immunization clinics or home visiting.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Jul 15, 2022
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted or requested. Please attach to your completed application: a letter of interest, a resume, current CPR certification, and t he results of a Montana Job Service E-Skills typing test. Please call Julissa Hensel at 406-218-7480, or Laurie Dunagan at 406-728-7060 and they will e-mail you the link to the test. Please attach a printed version of your test results that show your wpm (words per minute) score. Typing tests from other agencies/companies will not be accepted. Links to typing test results will not be accepted. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs duties requiring responsible judgement and close adherence to Vaccine for Children (VFC) and private payor policies and protocols, including a variety of advanced clerical, reception and claims duties such as assessing client payor source and income to determine eligibility for publicly and privately funded vaccinations, and other support duties for the Missoula City-County Health Department (MCCHD) Immunization Clinic. Representative Examples of Work Greets and registers clients for walk-in or scheduled appointments; accurately enters client information into computer system following established protocols; receives incoming telephone calls; answers inquiries from the public and/or directs to appropriate department. Reviews and updates client electronic health record (EHR) including demographic and insurance information; verifies income and payor sources. Data enters historical immunization records into the state immunization registry, de-duplicates and merges immunization records, processes immunization records requests. Scans paper files into electronic health records. Interviews clients to determine health coverage as it applies to private and public funded vaccine programs. Informs clients about publicly funded vaccine programs, the sliding fee scale and eligibility requirements. Determines eligibility and communicates eligibility status to clinical staff. Keeps up to date with changes in insurance protocols as it relates to immunizations. Schedules appointments according to CDC recommended vaccine schedules and international traveling recommendations. Makes appointment reminder calls/emails. Responsible for managing waiting list. Calculates client visit fees, collects money and outstanding amounts owed by client and assists with claim preparation. Submits claims to third party billing entities. Balances end-of-day posting report against cash on hand. Reconciles any errors before submitting daily deposit. Takes notes and prepares meeting minutes as directed. Compiles data for reporting requirements for contracts, grants, and general clinic operations. Works as member of a client care team, assisting clinical staff to ensure efficient, accurate scheduling practices and quality client care. Communicates courteously and effectively with clients, families, visitors and staff. Utilizes language translation services for non-English speaking patients. Facilitates client flow so clients are seen in a timely manner. Communicates schedule delays and changes to clients. Drives a County vehicle and transports supplies to off-site locations for conducting immunization clinics. Participates in the development and implementation of the Division's strategic plan; quality improvement and performance management, workforce development, and accreditation requirements. Participates in the department's strategic programs across divisions. Works within the incident command structure during emergencies. Performs regular quality assurance checks on scheduling, check-in and check-out processes, insurance eligibility, and immunization data. Minimum Qualifications Requires high school graduation or GED. Requires one year of face-to-face customer service experience or working in an office or medical setting. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safety of any person. Requires CPR certification. Requires a current Montana driver's license. Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires frequent standing; sitting for lengthy periods of time; occasional light to moderate lifting and carrying of files or clinic supplies (up to 50 lbs.). The employee may risk exposure to communicable diseases. Requires working outside of the normal workday hours.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Jul 14, 2022
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: Cover Letter, Resume, a copy of your Radiation Health and Safety (RHS) certification and BLS certification, a copy of certificate showing completion of Dental Assistant program, and a valid MT Driver's License. Incomplete applications and applications without required attachments will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Without required Radiation and Safety (RHS) certification, Sterilization Technician at reduced rate of pay may be considered. Located halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks and home to the University of Montana, Missoula is an academic center situated in an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Depending on the season, you can hike, ski, fish, float rivers, ride mountain bikes, or just sit back and marvel at the surrounding scenery. Join us in scenic, sophisticated, and service-oriented Missoula! Partnership Health Center (PHC), 2019 and 2022 winner of the Employer of Choice Award for Missoula, and 2022 winner of the Montana Employer of Choice Award, offers impeccable, integrated services to over 16,000 individuals and families. A 7-site, co-applicant Federally Qualified Health Center with Missoula County, PHC fulfills its mission through the provision of a full range of primary care services - medical, dental, behavioral health, and an on-site pharmacy with a dedication to attending to the social determinants of health. Please visit our website to see the amazing benefits you will receive by joining our team such as medical (no cost for employee), dental, and vision insurance, loan forgiveness, retirement plan contributions, and generous paid sick and vacation time. Performs dental assistant duties in a dental clinic for Partnership Health Center, satellite dental clinic locations (Seeley), and the Missoula County Detention Facility. Representative Examples of Work Seats patient, reviews medical history, and prepares patient for dental work. Arranges appropriate dental instruments and materials for patient treatment. Assists the dentist and dental hygienist in performing needed patient services, including: placing or removing rubber dam, applying topical drugs to patient as prescribed by dentist, placing or removing celluloid, plastic or metallic strips between patients teeth, providing suction/evacuation function as needed. Assists in taking and developing x-ray films. Provides appropriate patient education regarding treatment rendered. Sterilizes, cleans and maintains dental instruments and equipment. Assists clerical support to schedule patient appointments. Assists with maintaining dental supply inventories. Assists with maintaining patient charts, progress notes and records. Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. EDUCATION : Requires high school graduation or GED. Completion of a Dental Assistant training program is desired. EXPERIENCE : None. Experience working as a dental assistant is desired. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires current Radiation Health and Safety (RHS) certification. Requires a current Healthcare Professional BLS certification or the ability to obtain it within 90 days of hire. Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases and a TB test. New employees will be asked to volunteer vaccination status for required vaccines upon hire and will be offered assistance during hiring to receive necessary immunizations. Employees who have not received the vaccines required for their positions or who are unwilling to voluntarily provide vaccination status for required vaccines will receive a reasonable accommodation where such accommodation does not require an undue hardship or endanger the health or safely of any person. Physical/Environmental Demands T he work requires lifting of supply boxes in the medium range (up to 30 pounds). The employee may risk exposure to radiation due to taking and developing x-ray films. 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. May work in the Detention Facility, which involves exposure to potentially dangerous persons and situations. Will require traveling to satellite clinic locations such as Seeley Lake or Lowell School.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Jul 13, 2022
Full Time
Definition ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE REVIEWED AND CONSIDERED TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is requested. Please include with your completed application the following attachments: A letter of interest, and a resume. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Applications will be reviewed weekly. Performs work requiring specialized knowledge and procedures to review and issue a variety of physical and electronic permits, plans and customer service for the Public Works Department (PW). Representative Examples of Work Performs a technical review of building, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, land use & zoning, excavation, approach and address permit applications, both electronic & paper, to ensure completeness and compliance with existing regulations and procedures. Uses specialty software to process and route permit applications within PW, to other county departments and to customers, engineers, architects or other consultants. Communicates verbally and electronically with the public and staff. Researches and compiles data as needed to process permit applications, including but not limited to, GIS, legal descriptions, geocodes, subdivisions, and COS. Coordinates with the Community and Planning Services Department and the Health Department to maintain a current training and knowledge level; to share information; and to ensure accurate processing for permit applications and the provision of excellent customer service. Uses architectural scale and Bluebeam software to calculate square footages to set fees and collects permit fees; enters payment information into Odyssey and Quickbooks related to permit review. Scans plan sets, maintains paper and electronic records or data related to permits. Performs administrative and support tasks including: reception of callers and visitors, in person, on the phone, by email, or video chat; directing visitors to the appropriate county or city offices. Participates in training, continuing development, and special events. Answers complex inquiries requiring interpretation of county or departmental policies, rules and regulations and procedures used to apply for and receive permits. Obtains and compiles information for special reports; may conduct research on assigned subjects and develop information for management review. Minimum Qualifications Requires high school graduation or GED. ICC Building Permit Technician certification desired. Requires two years of experience in building construction, community planning or permit review or enforcement. Requires experience in serving the public, reading electronic maps, site plans, construction drawings, legal descriptions, and specification sheets. Physical/Environmental Demands The work is commonly performed in an office setting with a considerable amount of time using a computer workstation. May require light lifting, up to 20#.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Jul 01, 2022
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Please include with a complete application the following attachments: The results of a Montana Job Service E-Skills typing test. Please call Julissa Hensel at 406-218-7480, or Laurie Dunagan at 406-728-7060 and they will e-mail you the link to the test. Please attach a printed version of your test results that shows your wpm (words per minutes score). Typing tests from other agencies/companies will not be accepted. Links to typing test results will not be accepted. Incomplete applications may be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources Performs a variety of complex clerical duties in the Treasurer's Office involving motor vehicle registration and titling and county tax payments. Representative Examples of Work Provides customer service to members of the public in-person, online, and by telephone. Uses a computer system involving multiple applications to process transactions and assist the public. Processes payments by cash, check, and credit card. Completes a variety of motor vehicle transactions relating to ownership and/or registration in compliance with state laws. Reviews documents relating to ownership. Researches out-of-state and foreign laws to ensure motor vehicle transactions comply with applicable laws and regulations. Receives property tax payments, assists in the collection of delinquent taxes, and performs a variety of tasks relating to property tax liens. Calculates fees and penalties. Ensures payments are accepted in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Receives and records deposits for other agencies. Performs daily financial reconciliation for individual and office activity. Compares actual receipts to reported receipts, researches discrepancies, and makes corrections as appropriate. Provides information to the public by phone, email, and in writing. Assists in training and supporting new employees. Minimum Qualifications Requires high school graduation or GED. Requires one year of experience working with the public. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires successfully passing a criminal history background check. Physical/Environmental Demands The work requires little physical activity, but does require long periods of sitting and performing computer data entry. Requires the ability to maneuver in confined areas and frequent medium lifting (up to 30 lbs.).
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Jun 30, 2022
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY : Please complete all sections of the online application, even if a resume is submitted. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Performs work in an institutional kitchen to provide meals for inmates at the Missoula County Detention Center. Oversees inmate workers in a secure facility. Representative Examples of Work Prepares food and ensures meals are delivered in a timely manner. Records detailed information regarding: time of meals, meal content, number of meals served, and food temperature. Has direct contact with inmate workers; provides instruction on proper food handling and preparation; facilitates cooperation among inmate workers to ensure kitchen safety. Tracks and logs inmate activities; ensures schedules of inmate activities are completed. Oversees inmate workers to ensure worker and staff safety in a hazardous work environment; supervises handling of knives and other kitchen implements that could be used as weapons. Monitors kitchen for evidence of restricted activities as outline in the inmate rule manual and detention center policy. Follows approved menus to ensure prepared meals comply with State regulations, medical orders, nutritional and other required standards. Oversees inmate workers assigned to kitchen duty; documents infractions and refers to kitchen supervisor or manager. Oversees kitchen clean up. Complies with standards of cleanliness and health regulations and follows safety and security measures in the kitchen including daily inventory of knives and utensils. May receive deliveries. Ensures food and supplies are handled and stored properly. May operate a forklift to store and retrieve food product and supplies. Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications Requires high school graduation or GED. Graduation from a culinary arts program or an equivalent food prep/cook training program desired. Requires one year of experience in meal planning and food preparation in a high-volume setting. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must pass an extensive background investigation. Requires a valid Montana drivers' license. Physical/Environmental Demands Requires physical exertion such as bending, walking, standing for long periods. Occasionally lifts items (case goods, filled kettles and roasting pans) weighing up to 60 pounds. May operate a forklift to move pallets. Requires the use of safety precautions with kitchen equipment. May work under stressful conditions and must be able to maintain professional and courteous behavior with all contacts. Work with inmates in a hazardous institutional kitchen environment involves some inherent risk of injury.