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District XI Human Resource Council

Housing Stability Advocate

DISTRICT XI HUMAN RESCOURCE COUNCIL is hiring a Housing Stability Advocate to provide guidance to clients and others to obtain housing stabilization through completing intake assessment, eligibility and case management of clients. Performance of duties reflects an understanding of the needs of low-income people within the community.  

Tamarack Grief Resource Center

Project Manager

We are looking for a detail-oriented, organized, and excited individual to add to Team TGRC as our Project Manager! The Project Manager will oversee development, implementation, and evaluation of TGRC’s grief support programs with special focus on the greater Missoula region. This role will be responsible for coordinating the logistics of each program. The Project Manager will also serve as Executive Assistant to the Executive Director, managing their calendar, emails, and meetings.

Missoula Senior Center

Lead Cook/Kitchen Manager

Planning & preparing a cost-effective menu following the dietary guidelines for seniors. Responsible for assuring all health code requirements are met in storage, prep and food service. Responsible for maintaining organization's recipe file. Supervise all kitchen staff and volunteers and use of kitchen equipment and supplies. Order and inventory food and kitchen supplies within budget and contractual agreements.

Please submit resume to: manager@missoulaseniorcenter.org

Home Resource

Reuse Specialist

Home ReSource is seeking a Reuse Specialist to join our organizational team. The Reuse Specialist will work in the yard, store, and donations acceptance area. The Reuse Specialist will learn and employ a wide range of skills including: customer service, sorting, processing, and stocking building materials; building material identification; basic construction; and reuse. The ideal candidate will work to further the mission, vision, and
culture of Home ReSource, operate cooperatively and safely, communicate positively, and be excited to learn with and contribute to our growing organization.

We are currently looking for an experienced, creative, and compassionate “people person” to oversee all aspects of UWE@home related to the kitchen. The United We Eat Kitchen Manager will work directly with refugee and immigrant chefs, volunteers, and other Soft Landing staff to create a delicious and valuable product for Missoulians, that provides economic benefit for the chefs, and is financially stable for Soft Landing Missoula. This is a dynamic job that will have variable daytime, evening, and possible weekend hours.

Youth Homes

Quality Assurance Manager

Develops, implements, and manages processes to ensure that services meet required licensing and accreditation standards., Drafts and maintains standard operating procedures, manuals, and documentation for program services and QA processes., Monitors and periodically reports on QA.

Soft Landing Missoula

United We Eat Kitchen Manager

Opportunity Resources, Inc.


Opportunity Resources, Inc. is offering an FT position providing coordination and support to adult’s w/disabilities in a Residential and Community setting. Staff supervisory experience and knowledge of community resources preferred. BA in Human Services or 2 years related experience preferred.

Climate Smart Missoula

Resilience Coordinator/Director

Climate Smart Missoula is seeking a Resilience Program Coordinator or Director to join our small but mighty team. This new position will focus on developing and implementing components of Climate Smart Missoula’s signature climate resiliency efforts, including our Summer Smart program and aspects of Climate Ready Missoula, Missoula County’s climate adaptation plan.

Friends of the Children - Montana

Professional Mentor

We are currently seeking an extraordinary professional to embark on a new career journey as a Friend at our Friends of the Children – Montana, Western Region location. As a Friend, you will nurture long-term relationships from a foundation of love, acceptance, and culturally informed practice. We are currently seeking a mentor for our Childhood program (Kindergarten to 5th Grade) to serve as a positive adult role model to eight elementary children and develop loving, caring, and sustained relationships with each child.

Montana Budget & Policy Center

State-Tribal Policy Fellow

This is a two-year fellowship program sponsored by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities; however, the position will be housed at MBPC. The Fellowship is an exceptional opportunity to develop in-depth policy expertise.

Montana Budget & Policy Center

Senior Budget Strategist

This position will lead the organization’s efforts to maximize the impact of federal and state funds in anti-poverty policies and programs through research, analysis, and advocacy.

Arts Missoula

Executive director

As the key leader of Arts Missoula, the Executive Director is responsible for managing and overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization.The Executive Director also actively participates in fundraising. Proven successful fundraising experience is mandatory. Other key duties include marketing oversight, general financial operations and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Opportunity Resources, Inc.


Opportunity Resources, Inc. is hiring a Janitorial Project Supervisor, who will provide supervision to janitorial work crews as needed as well as completing special janitorial projects at job sites. Janitorial knowledge, floor care knowledge such as waxing, stripping, scrubbing, knowledge of using floor care machines, carpet cleaning, glass work are preferred. Effective problem solving, communication, documentation skill, and organizational skill are beneficial. Experience working with adults with disabilities and supervisor experience preferred.

Opportunity Resources, Inc.

Multiple Job positions

Opportunity Resources, Inc. is hiring for Shift Supervisor, Residential Support, Interpreter-DSP, Direct Support Professionals, Direct Support Professional-Overnight, Residential Sub, and Four Shift Supervisors.  


Information and Referral Specialist

DISTRICT XI HUMAN RESOURCE COUNCIL is hiring an Information and Referral Specialist. The specialist assesses the needs of the caller, searches the computerized database, provides the caller accurate information and makes referrals to appropriate resources. The specialist will also interview certain individuals for inclusion in the Missoula Coordinated Entry System database. Services are provided only via the telephone. There is no personal contact with the caller.

Wild Rockies Field Institute

Executive director

Wild Rockies Field Institute is hiring an Executive Director to lead the organization in Missoula, Montana. Individuals with a proven track record in fiscal and organization management, fundraising, and program development are encouraged to apply. Familiarity with environmental field education is a plus. See more here.


Housing Programs Support Team Member

DISTRICT XI HUMAN RESOURCE COUNCIL is hiring a Housing Programs Support Team Member to provide support to staff who work within the Housing Services division. Duties include answering incoming phone calls and fielding questions, filing, assisting callers to complete forms over the phone and electronically.


Youth and Young Adult Housing Advocate II Lead

DISTRICT XI HUMAN RESOURCE COUNCIL is hiring a Youth and Young Adult Housing Advocate II Lead. This position determines eligibility for Homeless Youth Demonstration Project by doing Excellent benefit package that includes health, vision, dental, retirement, vacation, & sick leave, etc.

Montana Natural History Center

Museum Associate

The Montana Natural History Center is hiring a Museum Associate to receive the visiting public and provide customer service to MNHC visitors, program participants, and supporters. This position also provides administrative and programming support to MNHC program and management staff.

Tamarack Grief Resource Center

development manager

We are looking forward to welcoming an ambitious, team-oriented, and energetic Development Manager to Team TGRC! This role involves working closely with the Executive Director and Development Specialist to advance the mission of the organization. The Development Manager will spearhead fundraising initiatives in collaboration with staff, volunteers, and board/committee members – prioritizing relationships with donors, staff, and volunteers. As Development Manager you will focus on fundraising and project management, and supervise the part-time Development Specialist.

Home ReSource

volunteer coordinator

The Volunteer and Youth Coordinator is a dynamic new position responsible for establishing a robust volunteer program that brings diverse members of the Missoula community into Home ReSource, especially those who otherwise may have limited opportunities, with a focus on providing opportunities to all Missoulians to learn about sustainability, participate in a viable green business, gain job skills and help build community.