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.
A job announcement from BPW Member and Suzie White, Women’s Business Center Director:
Prospera’s Women’s Business Center is hiring for a Program Coordinator
(25-30 hours per week).
This position is responsible for Technology Management, Outreach and Relationship Management, Marketing, and communications among other duties. This includes all website, reservation and scholarship forms for all MWBC trainings, developing a professional network of support relationships with outside agencies for a successful training program (with direction from the MWBC Program Director), and crafting fun and effective training experiences, and marketing our “brand” strategy for Prospera and the Montana WBC program.
Starting Pay is $16.00 – $18.00/hour DOE, a SIMPLE IRA with a 3% match, and a $20 per month phone stipend.
Initial applicant review will begin Wednesday, November 7, 2018.
The cover letter should briefly describe your interest in Prospera and your qualifications. Clear, concise writing is essential and the cover letter will be considered a writing sample in addition to serving as a personal introduction. Please include marketing examples that you have designed for Facebook, email marketing, etc.
Last week, in partnership with the Bozeman Public Library and the League of Women Voters, BPW wrapped up the end of our series of 4 public candidate forums for our local House District races, Gallatin County Commission, a Ballot Issues forum, and the Montana Senate race.
If you were unable to attend the forums but are still curious about the candidates’ stances on important issues for our community and would like to learn more about them before you turn in your ballot (election day is Nov. 6!), you can listen to recordings of the forums here:
Thank you to KGVM community radio for recording these forums, and for your dedication to providing the Gallatin Valley with pertinent local news!
Gallatin County Commission and Montana Senate District 32 & 34 Candidate Forum
Forum on Upcoming Ballot Initiatives
House Candidate Forum for Districts 61, 63, & 65
Candidate Forum – House Districts 64, 67, 68
KRose Marketing is hosting a Website Bootcamp course starting on November 6th. If you have been putting off your website because you aren’t sure where to start or you don’t have the budget to pay $1000+ for a website, this class is for you! Let us teach you how to build a website using the Squarespace that looks like a professional designer created it. After the 4 class course, you’ll have a fully functioning custom website. The class is limited to 5 seats. Sign up here: https://consulting.krosemarketing.com/website-bootcamp/