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As Montana’s second-largest city and one of the nation’s most popular destinations, Missoula is a jewel set in a beautiful valley among the spectacular Rocky Mountains.  Year-round outdoor activities include hiking, biking, skiing, and blue-ribbon trout fishing.  Nearby wilderness areas and rivers are perfect for exploring, kayaking, rafting, and tubing.  Missoula is a lively, family-friendly community with a host of good schools and the home of the University of Montana. Our community is supported by an excellent healthcare system, including two regional medical centers.  Local cafes, coffee houses, and breweries abound to suit every budget and palate.  Well-known and widely appreciated for its eclectic culture, travelers and community members value Missoula as an arts and cultural hub, with an endless variety of entertainment events ready to be enjoyed.  Live in a great place and join a great team!

Missoula Aging Services is a talented group of compassionate individuals committed to our Mission, which is to promote the independence, dignity, and health of older adults and those who care for them. As an Area Agency on Aging, our passion is serving older adults and people with disabilities in Missoula and Ravalli Counties. We are guided daily by our Strategic Plan and Guiding Principles of Respect, Integrity, Communication, Safety and Accountability.

Missoula Aging Services welcomes and values all people, and embraces diversity among our staff, clients, and others whom we serve.


How to apply:

To apply for an open position, please complete the online application found by clicking the button below. As part of the application, we ask that you upload a cover letter and resume. However, a resume will not be accepted in lieu of the employment application.

If preferred, a pdf version of the application is available on the same page and can be downloaded and emailed to ssorenson@missoulaagingservices.org.

We look forward to hearing from you!

All positions are open until filled.

 


Open Positions:

For more information about open positions, click the link in the job titles below to download the job description and cover letter for each opening.
 

  • Communications Coordinator

    The Communications Coordinator will perform various activities in the development and communication of information to the public about Missoula Aging Services (MAS) to shape a clearly defined, well-branded public image. This person provides support to all programs, fundraising and advocacy to meet the communication and marketing needs of the Agency. The Communications Coordinator handles general public relations activities, schedules interview appearances and confers with MAS staff to develop and plan public relations while supporting the mission of Missoula Aging Services.

     

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  • Customer Service Manager

    The Customer Service Manager is responsible for the daily oversight and management of the customer service operations designed to promote exceptional levels of internal and external customer service and satisfaction, and promote revenue growth and productivity, creating a collaborative team supporting the Agency, our clients, and MAS staff. They provide team members with the appropriate training, tools, direction, and motivation to enable their success. 

    An ideal candidate will have extensive knowledge of customer service principles and practices, and considerable skill in leading diverse groups and individuals, with a demonstrated skill in personnel administration and supervision.  

    This is a full-time, salaried exempt position. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Starting salary range is $43,500 to $45,500 annually, depending upon experience and qualifications. Occasional travel within or outside of Missoula may be required.

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  • Nutrition Program Coordinator

    The Nutrition Program Coordinator provides professional support for the Nutrition program clients and provides Volunteer Management activities that support the meal delivery process for large numbers of older adults.  These activities include providing education, project design, consultation with community partners and volunteers; and maintaining electronic and manual data systems.  These activities are performed within a team environment.

    This person performs intake of new clients, determining client eligibility and explaining program rules and regulations, including the statement of use and suggested donation system. This person monitors meal production to ensure quality and compliance with regulatory requirements and client dietary needs, and provides supervision and support for a significant number of volunteers.

    The right candidate will practice positive teamwork and collaboration, cultivate open communication, embrace diversity, and encourages and empowers others to achieve their work goals and objectives.

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  • Personal Care Assistant - Seeley Swan Valley

    Personal Care Assistants (PCAs) provide intermittent and monitoring services of clients in order to provide a break for primary family and other caregivers. PCAs are responsible for light housekeeping, cleaning, cooking, running errands, and doing laundry, as well as assisting clients with bathing, showering, grooming, and other personal hygiene tasks. They also engage clients in activities like reading, talking, and playing games.  The Personal Care Assistant primarily works within the clients’ residence but may provide care services in a facility or institutional setting on a case-by-case basis. This part-time position is located in the Seeley-Swan Valley within Missoula County.

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