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Nutrition Program Coordinator
Bozeman Senior CenterBozeman, MT
Bachelor’s Degree or experience in a related field.
$18 an hour
Program Coordinator
Bozeman Senior CenterBozeman, MT
Experience working with older adults
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This position will provide a high level of support to Monument Health caregivers via work order ticket system, phone or in person.
Job AT CSI we need people with talent, vision and passion like you to continue to grow and spread the news about our unique style of management.
Full - Charge Bookkeeper / Office Manage / Meal on Wheels Coordinator
Bozeman Senior CenterBozeman, MT
Organization Information: The mission of the Bozeman Senior Center is to provide educational, recreational, health and fitness, nutritional, and supportive services to individuals over the age of 50, living in Gallatin County, Montana.
Health & Fitness Program Manager
Bozeman Senior CenterBozeman, MT
Coordinate the class schedules for all exercise and fitness classes offered through the senior center

Company: bozeman senior center

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