Bulk Driver in TerryMontana State Job BankGlendive, MTQUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE: *Valid Montana driver's license (employer's insurance will do a motor vehicle record check) *Self-starter *Ability to comprehend oral and written instructions *Ability to lift 50 pounds throughout the day *CDL/Hazmat - Minimum Class B Will be working in a fast paced petroleum industry delivering lubricants within a 100 mile radius of Terry. Full-time
Host / HostessMontana State Job BankLewistown, MTPart time position HOURS/ DAYS: Varies depending on shifts- must be available nights and weekendsWAGE: DOE DUTIES:- Greet incoming and departing Guests warmly with a genuine smile and eye contact; escort them to assigned dining area; present menus; announce waiter's name.
CDL DriversMontana State Job BankButte, MTSuccessful candidates must be proficient in operation of end dump, belly dump and side dump trucks, must be willing to travel within Montana and pass a pre-employment physical and drug screen.
Licensed Addictions Counselor (LAC)Montana State Job BankLewistown, MTCompletes and maintains in a timely manner all documents, forms, and paperwork as determined by appropriate personnel and corporate policy QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors degree in an appropriate Behavioral Science field and at least one (1) year of experience working with adult offenders in a correctional facilityMontana State Licensure as an Addictions Counselor.
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