An announcement from Big Sky Rising:
Saturday, January 19th is the date for the 2019 Gallatin & Park County Women’s March.
This year the group will gather at the intersection of Babcock and South 8th and march south on South 8th St. and end at the MSU Mall in front of Montana Hall.
Following the Gallatin & Park County Women’s March will be an educational and informative program featuring local speakers and representation from local issue based organizations. The march is not a protest, but a non-partisan event in full support of the issues that touch the lives of women in Montana everywhere. We
value the safety, security, and freedoms for our children and families to live in a quality environment.
All are welcome to gather at Babcock and S 8th at 11:45am. The March begins at 12:00pm noon and ends at 12:30 at MSU. Speakers and program begins at 1:00pm
and ends at 2:00pm.
This year’s focus celebrates the work of grassroots advocates who effectively are shining a light on issues of importance to Montanans. By taking action
on issues, advocating, communicating and providing testimony to Congressional committees, these Advocates’ efforts have garnered the full support of Montana’s
Congressional delegation resulting in pending Congressional legislation! Savannah’s Act for Missing & Indigenous Women as well as The Yellowstone
Gateway Protection Act both have the full bi-partisan support of Montana’s Congressional Delegation. More action is required to move these Acts over the finish
line, which is a motivating factor in inspiring all of us to get involved with issues that are of importance to us.
All activities will take place outside, so marchers are reminded to wear warm clothes and bring a water bottle. Attendees are encouraged to carpool or use the Streamline Bus to get to the Babcock and S. 8th St. starting point. We look forward to bringing community together in support of women in Gallatin and Park Counties, as well as other neighboring counties. All are welcome!
For more information visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/367460247135745/
Job Announcement from Jane Welch, Talent Acquisition Specialist at Wipfli LLP:
Wipfli hiring for a client Accounting and Payroll Specialist
- Enter, process, and reconcile client transactions on a regular and timely basis for more complex clients.
- Prepare reports as appropriate in accordance with firm and professional standards as directed by engagement leaders.
- Actively participate in on-boarding of new clients
- Further develop technical competency with applicable guidelines/regulations and with the various software systems used to provide the services.
- Respond to client and firm associate requests in a timely, accurate, positive and professional manner.
- Communicate proactively with other firm associates regarding open items, problems, or other important matters in a timely manner.
- Adhere to prescribed policies, time budgets and deadlines.
- Mentor other specialists & assist with clients as needed.
Prospera Business Network hiring a “Grow with Google” Trainer
Description: Prospera is seeking an independent contractor to be the lead trainer and coordinator for our Grow with Google (GwG) training series launching in 2019. This adult-education program will offer up to nine training events directed towards business owners in communities throughout southwest Montana. The purpose of this training series is to have businesses increase the use and application of the features of the Grow with Google platform.
For more information about the position and to apply, click here
Job announcement from Kate Jo, BPW Member:
Hello BPW Membership,
The MSU School of Art is hiring for two positions:
- Instructor of Art Non-Tenure Track Faculty
Instructor of Art for Spring 2019 teaching web design course. The class meets for both morning and afternoon classes every Wednesdays.
For more details on requirements and how to apply for the Instructor of Art Faculty position, click here.
- Business Operations Manager
The Business Operations Manager provides high level financial, administrative and management support to the operation of the School of Art. This includes serving as the executive assistant for the Director. This position plays a key role within the Fiscal Shared Services team which provides account and financial management services to schools throughout the College of Arts & Architecture. This position will also work closely with HR shared services, providing HR functions as necessary. This position coordinates events and acts as the Social Media coordinator for the school. This position oversees the day-to-day operations of the School.
For more details on requirements and how to apply for the Business Operations Manager position, click here.
Job announcement from Monica Kronenwetter, Life Meets Work Client Relationship Manager:
Life Meets Work is hiring for a Client Services Coordinator!
This position will support our U.S. client services team with the front end details of getting coaching and other Talking Talent services launched to our clients/participants as well as being involved in supporting special projects related to delivery of our services. The ideal candidate will be someone who is a self-starter, detail oriented, tech savvy (Salesforce specifically), able to manage multiple priorities/tasks daily, and able to work with multiple personalities/styles.
Position is a remote, work from home (anywhere in U.S), FT position, but we’d be willing to go down to 80% for the right candidate. Salary range is $45-50k. We are aiming for a 1/3/19 start date.
Click here for the full job description pdf.
Any interested candidates should email their resume to Amanda.Dustan@talking-talent.com ASAP, as resumes will be reviewed in mid-December.