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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.
 

  • Call Center Specialist

    The Call Center Specialist provides quality customer service to older adults, people with disabilities, and all others who contact Missoula Aging Services.  The Call Center Specialist determines and assesses requests; provides accurate, appropriate, and up-to-date information and referrals about human services; resolves problems; maintains database(s) and assesses services for inclusion in the data base(s). Hours for this full-time, fully benefitted position will be scheduled Monday through Friday between 8 AM and 5 PM.  

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  • Contract Care Manager

    Due to our continued growth, we are seeking an experienced Care Manager.  Using professional social work practices, the Care Manager will participate in the planning, implementation, and coordination of a variety of programs in Missoula and Ravalli counties. The Care Manager will perform functions in the office as well as in the client’s home. This is a temporary, contract position.

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  • Development Director

    The Development Director is responsible for managing, planning, directing, and coordinating the fundraising, marketing, and business development activities for Missoula Aging Services.   This person identifies and implements donor cultivation and solicitation strategies while working closely with MAS management, governing board, staff, and volunteers.

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  • Family Caregiver Support Specialist

    The Family Caregiver Support Specialist participates in the planning, implementation, and coordination of a variety of programs in Missoula and Ravalli counties, using professional social work practices. The Family Caregiver Support Specialist may work in the office as well as in the client’s home. This is a full-time, fully benefitted position.

    The preferred knowledge, skills and abilities for this position are typically acquired through the completion of an advanced degree in social work or other relevant behavioral science (e.g., human services, psychology, nursing, etc.) and two years (2) of related work experience OR a suitable combination of education and experience. Volunteer work may be considered in evaluating work experience.

     

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  • Home Modification Coordinator

    The Home Modification Coordinator will work in collaboration with the In-Home Services Staff and community partners to coordinate home modification projects, repairs, and chore services with a focus on assisting older adults and individuals with disabilities to “age in place” and remain safely in their homes in Missoula and Ravalli Counties.

    The Home Modification Coordinator will have considerable knowledge of Universal Design and Aging in Place principles and practices, as well as considerable knowledge of the basic skill trades, home modification, bidding, and project management.

    The starting wage range for this part-time (20 hour/week), non-exempt, fully benefited position is $18.50 per hour, depending upon experience and qualifications.

     

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  • Nutrition Program Manager

    The Nutrition Program Manager in charge of community nutrition programs: Meals on Wheels, the Farmers Market Coupon Program, Congregate Meals, Nutritional Supplements, and other projects. Responsible for the development and administration of the program activities to ensure goals and objectives are accomplished within the prescribed time frame and funding parameters. May evaluate contract performance to determine compliance with contracts and make recommendations to the administration. Ensures compliance with regulatory requirements, while promoting the independence, dignity and health of those we serve.

    This is a full-time, fully benefitted position.

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  • Personal Care Assistant

    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 is a part-time 20 hour/week position.

    •        Hiring bonus after first 6 months of employment
    •        Retention bonus program
    •        Retirement
    •        Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
    •        Mileage and expense reimbursement

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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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