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Families for a Livable Climate

Communications and Outreach Coordinator


The communications and outreach coordinator will work on social media materials and posting, website posts and updates, magazine promotion, and help coordinate events, as well as special projects like youth outreach. The ideal candidate will have some design skills, strong writing skills, good organizational skills, social media experience, and be comfortable setting up and tracking event details with partner organizations.

Montana Natural History Center

Marketing and Events Coordinator

This position includes oversight, development, and delivery of the integrated marketing strategy for the Montana Natural History Center (MNHC). Marketing efforts include online and printed materials, social media, annual giving campaigns, program and fundraising promotion, and membership efforts. This position also coordinates events, such as MNHC’s Annual Banquet and Auction, and assists with corporate donor recognition and other fundraising efforts.

Families First Learning Lab

The Child Enrichment Coordinator plays an important role in our Child Enrichment Programming and is a crucial member of our team. They are responsible for delivering a meaningful and engaging experience to all library visitors (both parents and children). The Child Enrichment Coordinator will collaborate with other staff members and partner organizations to create and facilitate hands on learning through play experiences. They have experience and a passion for working with children and families and perform their duties with creativity, enthusiasm, and imagination

Child Enrichment Coordinator

Families First Learning Lab

Receptionist/ Admin Assistant

FFLL is looking for a Front Desk Receptionist for our office. Greeting families, updating information, answering phones, making appointments, and generally helping out where needed are some of the job requirements. This is a 40 hr./week full-time position with Health Insurance and Retirement Options.

Missoula Art Museum

Educator and Outreach Coordinator

The Missoula Art Museum (MAM) Educator and Outreach Coordinator supports the educational vision for the museum, is responsible for developing a program of art education that compliments MAM’s mission, organizes and implements meaningful interpretation and educational programs at MAM and statewide through distance learning opportunities, and utilizes a cross-disciplinary pedagogical approach to teaching and interpretation with contemporary art.

Families First Learning Lab

The Child Enrichment Floor Staff plays an important role in our Child Enrichment Programming and is a crucial member of our team. This position is a shared staffing position between FFLL, spectrUM Discovery Area, and the Missoula Public Library. They are responsible for delivering a meaningful and engaging experience to all library visitors (both parents and children). Child Enrichment Floor Staff collaborate with other staff members and partner organizations to create and facilitate hands on learning through play experiences

Summit Independent Living

Community Living Specialist

This full-time position is primarily responsible for assisting people with disabilities to secure safe, affordable and accessible housing and other community resources necessary to achieve their goals for independent living. Other consumer-service duties include information and referral services, advocacy assistance, employment related supports, and facilitation of independent living classes and workshops. 

Mountain Home Montana

Children's Therapist

Mountain Home is seeking a full-time Children’s Therapist to provide therapy to children, including very young children, and parenting support for mothers between the ages of 16 and 29. The ideal candidate enjoys working with children in a family setting and has a passion for building healthy families. They have a thorough knowledge of child development as well as maternal mental health and believe in a strengths-based approach with an understanding of the effects of trauma on young children and adults. They remain calm in high-stress situations and are able to work without direct supervision.

Friends Of the Children

Program Director

Friends of the Children has recently expanded to Western Montana and we are looking for a passionate, committed Program Director to take the lead in coordinating, implementing, and sustaining our program in Western Montana, headquartered in Missoula. Our model is proven to break the cycle of generational poverty for children who face the most barriers by providing paid professional mentors to thousands of youths across the country. The Program Director will be relentlessly driven to establish and expand our innovative, evidence-based model in Western Montana. 

Child Enrichment Staff

Mountain Home Montana

Children's Case Manager

Mountain Home is seeking a full-time Children’s Case Manager to provide intensive case management to children between the ages of 0 and 18. through the implementation of individual treatment plans, case coordination, and advocacy. The Children’s Case Manager links children to needed medical, social, educational, and recreational services.

Mountain Home Montana

Children's Support Specialist

Mountain Home is seeking a part-time Children’s Support Specialist (Community Based Psychiatric Rehabilitation & Support Specialist) to provide assistance and support to children and their families to help them build social and emotional skills and connect them with their community. The ideal candidate has a passion and talent for helping children and has an ability to connect and empathize with individuals, including diverse and marginalized populations. The ideal candidate has knowledge of Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma-Informed Care and understands the impacts trauma has on a young child’s life.

Friends Of the Children

Operations Manager

Friends of the Children – Montana, Western Region is seeking a passionate committed leader to use their expertise, vision, and operational skills as we establish and grow our new location headquartered in Missoula. Our model is proven to break the cycle of generational poverty for children who face the most barriers by providing professional mentors to thousands of youths across the country. As our Operations Manager, you will support human resources, finance, information technology, and other enabling functions to ensure operations are established and are running optimally.

Ravalli Head Start, Inc.

Board Member

Ravalli Head Start, Inc. is seeking a new Board Member to operate within their mission of being a high quality comprehensive program serving children and families in Ravalli and Missoula counties. Specifically, RHS is seeking a licensed attorney, an individual with expertise in fiscal management or accounting, and community representatives who have a vested interest in early childhood. Ravalli Head Start Inc. (RHS) is committed to building and maintaining a diverse Board of Directors (Board) that brings a variety of skills and experience to the organization.

Youth Homes

CSCT Therapist

Youth Homes is hiring a CSCT Therapist, who will be responsible for providing evidence-based individual, group, and family therapy. Conducting clinical assessments to determine need and eligibility for CSCT services. Other duties include developing and maintaining individual treatment plans and providing and/or directing behavioral interventions.

Seeley Lake Community Foundation

SLCF Program Coordinator

Seeley Lake Community Foundation is hiring a SLCF Program Coordinator, who will help with many aspects of running the organization. The Foundation Building is growing in use, especially West Wing rentals. I Ride is a year-round program, with winter seeing the most ride requests. Summer is busy in town, with donations to process for the month of June through the Change Your Pace Challenge, planning for the big annual fundraising banquet in August, the Seeley Lake Sunday Market happening on the weekends, and lots of people in town (and stopping by the Foundation Building) between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

Opportunity Resources, Inc.

SUPPORTED LIVING COORDINATOR- 2 POSITIONS

Opportunity Resources, Inc. is offering two FT positions 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.

Open Aid Alliance

Prevention and Testing Program Director

Open Aid Alliance is hiring a Prevention and Testing Program Director. This dynamic position oversees all aspects of OAA’s HIV, hepatitis C and STI screening programs. Strong candidates will have a passion for sexual health education and challenging stigma. This position includes direct service with participants as well as administrative and program development. Flexibility, teamwork and organizational skills are essential.

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