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.

 

 

 

 

 

4 job(s) at Missoula County

MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Oct 22, 2020
Definition TO APPLY: Please include with your completed application which may require scanning: College Transcripts (unofficial accepted), and a Letter of Interest. Applications that do not contain these attachments may be disqualified.Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. Works as a lead member of a health promotion team to improve community health. This position will focus on the 5-2-1-0- Let's Move! Missoula prevention program. 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. Minimum Qualifications Requires a Bachelor's degree. Degrees best suited to this position include social work, health sciences, or educational fields. Requires three years of experience in developing and delivering community health education programs or community health promotion related work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires immunizations or proof of immunity to certain infectious diseases, and a TB test. 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.)
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Oct 20, 2020
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY: Please attach the following documents to your completed online application:Current certification as Medical Assistant, current BLS and Resume. 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). Representative Examples of Work Prioritizes patient needs in person and on the telephone. Manages patient flow and ensures that clinic appointments are conducted on schedule. Conducts and records initial health interview and prepares patient for examination. Gathers and records vital signs including temperature, blood pressure, height and weight. Documents interactions with patients. 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. Maintains control logs for patient testing. Prepares and administers prescription medications to patients. Documents medications in accordance with PHC policies. Phones in prescriptions to pharmacies as directed by the medical provider. Schedules appointments for procedures and diagnostic tests with other medical providers and hospitals. Distributes test results to providers and assures entry into patient record. Communicates with other health care providers, including other medical offices, hospitals and nursing home, as directed by providers. Maintains clinic work area and equipment, including cleaning and sterilization. Assists with material management, and stocking of area, inventory and ordering. Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION : High school graduation or GED. EXPERIENCE : No experience required. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS :Current certification as Medical Assistant from one of the following: the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA); American of Medical Technologists (AMT); the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) Medical Assistant Certification; or other nationally accredited certification program. 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. 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
Oct 20, 2020
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY: Please attach to your completed application the following documents: 1. Copy of Valid Driver's License.(REQUIRED) 2. Proof of US Citizenship - copy of a birth certificate or unexpired passport. (REQUIRED) 3. Documentation of high school graduation from an accredited school or a GED certificate. (REQUIRED). 4. College Transcripts if you want to be considered for a position as a Juvenile Detention Officer. (Unofficial transcripts are accepted and will also serve as documentation of HS Graduation/GED). 5. Copy of DD214 or DPHHS Certification if claiming a Veteran's or Person with a Disability hiring preference. If you are not claiming a preference the system will still require you to attach a document in this field. You may use it to attach any additional information you want to include with your application packet. Performs work involved with the supervision, care and transport of Detention Center inmates and related activities as assigned. This is an entry level probationary position used for training and evaluation of a probationary officer at the Missoula County Detention Facility and at the Montana Law Enforcement Academy. Interviews are projected to occur November 18th and 19th. Eligible applicants will receive a notification via e-mail to log on to your application account and select your interview date and time. Representative Examples of Work ESSENTIAL DUTIES : Participates in a prescribed detention officer training program to learn required, policies, procedures and practices for dealing with the needs, demands and requirements of incarcerated adults.Oversees inmates and provides for their needs and requirements in accordance with established policies and procedures. Provides or obtains emergency medical aid to inmates.Searches inmates and inspects cells to control contraband and verify cleanliness and sanitation according to policies and procedures. Observes conduct of inmates to prevent disturbances and escapes.Directs activities from a control room, including opening and closing doors, logging inmate locations, preparing count sheets and ensuring that daily schedules of inmate activities are completed.Patrols the detention center for evidence of forbidden activities as outlined in the inmate rule manual and policy manual. May supervise inmate workers in the detention center on cleaning and other assignments.Records booking information including booking questions and medical and mental health questionnaires.Escorts inmates to and from court and medical appointments.Enters and retrieves information from the Criminal Justice teletype system. Tabulates miscellaneous data in report form. Writes incident reports on inmate activity, violations of facility rules and criminal activity in the detention center. Minimum Qualifications Must meet minimum requirements as set forth by Montana POST Council: must be a citizen of the United States must be at least 18 years of age must be fingerprinted and subject to a background check to disclose any criminal records may not have been convicted of a crime for which he or she could have been imprisoned in a federal or state penitentiary must be of good moral character, as determined by a thorough background investigation must be a high school graduate or have passed the general education development test and have been issued an equivalency certificate by the superintendent of public instruction, an appropriate issuing agency, another state or the federal government must meet any additional qualifications established by the POST Council SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Requires a valid Montana Driver's License. Due to occupational requirements, applicants must successfully pass a review of their driving record and a criminal history check to qualify for consideration for this position. Upon offer of employment, applicants must pass a background investigation and physical examination. Successfully pass and maintain departmental standards for firearms qualification - transport and court support staff only . Physical/Environmental Demands The employee may be exposed to potentially dangerous situations. Requires adjusting to changing shifts and exposure to a stressful environment. Must be able to physically respond in the event of an emergency to provide for the safety and welfare of co-workers and the inmate population. Requires some physical exertion such as long periods of standing and frequent walking on concrete surfaces and occasional pulling or dragging of weight of up to 150 pounds. May be required to drive a passenger van to transport inmates.
MISSOULA COUNTY, MONTANA Missoula, MT, United States
Sep 30, 2020
Full Time
Definition TO APPLY: Please include with your completed application a Resume. Performs professional work in the design, development, administration and maintenance of applications for computerized information and reporting systems in the Technology Department. Representative Examples of Work (The following are intended to illustrate typical duties; they are not meant to be all inclusive or restrictive.) ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Provides leadership and participates in planning for long range information systems solutions responding to both user needs and technological advances. Participates in project management providing professional assistance including technical design. Develops project time estimates. Maintains and supports multiple projects and deadlines. Develops and applies cross checks and auditing procedures to assure accuracy and reliability of information processing operations. Performs detailed studies and analyses of related user needs and objectives in the application of information processing to existing manual or automated systems. Makes recommendations to management concerning the feasibility of revising existing operations or adapting new applications to information processing solutions. Consults with administrators, programmers, analysts and user representatives in the development of information applications systems. Assists County Departments with development of electronic business processes and workflows. Oversees deployment, integration and configuration of interdepartmental software solutions. Designs, develops, tests, debugs, documents and implements program solutions for complex information processing problems. Implements, maintains, and administers multiple software systems. Provides cross-training and direction to the information systems staff and County departmental users in software applications relating to Electronic Content Management Systems (ECMS).Works with Records Management Department to define best practice for permanent record retention. OTHER DUTIES: Performs related work as required or directed. Minimum Qualifications Requires a Bachelor's degree. Degrees best suited to this position are computer science, information systems, and software engineering. Microsoft 365, ECMS, SharePoint, or related certification desired. Requires five years of experience developing, implementing, and maintaining computerized information and application platforms. Experience in project team leadership desired. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Special Requirements: Must be able to pass a criminal background check conducted by the Missoula County Sheriff's Department. Physical/Environmental Demands The work is performed at a desk and requires extensive keyboarding. Work requires little physical activity and the employee commonly remains in an office setting. May involve light lifting (10-20#) and visiting a variety of office sites. May include after hours or on-call work.