Members News

 LC Staffing Now a Certified Woman Owned Small Business!

Congratulations from BPW to LC Staffing on their Women Owned Small Business Certification!

In their 33rd year of business staffing in Montana, LC Staffing announced their recent approval and certification as a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB). From owner and President, Kristen Heck “The WOSB Certification validates and recognizes LC Staffing as a solid partner for corporations or for government contractors who seek supplier diversity,”

For more information about the Women Owned Small Business Certification, a program of the US Small Business Administration, click here:  https://www.sba.gov/document/sba-form-2413-women-owned-small-business-wosb-program-certification

 Job Announcement: Lockhorn Cider House hiring for a full-time Cider Maker

Job Announcement from Glen Deal with Lockhorn Cider:

Lockhorn Cider House is now hiring for a full-time Cider Maker!

Expectations:

-Craft cider from primary fermentation to final package
-Craft rotating small batch ciders for taproom & tap account distribution
-Operate canning line
-Monitor & maintain production volumes & order ingredients as needed
-Help to solve new hurdles with creative and effective solutions
-Self-motivated and creative

To apply:  please email a resume and cover letter to glen@lockhornhardcider.com

 Rootstock Acupuncture Offers 10% discount on a Mei Zen series to BPW members.

Most people know acupuncture can reduce pain and anxiety and enhance fertility. Now Bozemanites have another opportunity to experience this long-standing healing technique to bring a more vibrant and youthful appearance to one’s face and neck.

BPW member Angie Kociolek, a Licensed Acupuncturist, is trained in the Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture SystemTM. Every Mei Zen treatment for the face or neck is coupled with body points to treat imbalances that are presenting on that day. It is not uncommon for cosmetic acupuncture patients to start sleeping better, feeling less anxious or depressed, feeling more energized, having better digestion or reporting the reduction or cessation of hot flashes or night sweats.

“The more modern view of what is happening when the sterile, hair-thin needles are inserted into the skin is that the body perceives the micro-traumas as an injury. The natural wound healing process likely involves fibroblasts – cells that can form collagen and elastin – and may have the effect of balancing the dispersal of collagen to a wider area which would explain why the skin tone improves, why the skin becomes more elastic and supple, and why things lift,” says Dr. Martha Lucas, who pioneered Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture.

Not everyone is a candidate for cosmetic acupuncture. However, regular acupuncture treatment can address certain contraindicated conditions and possibly help someone become a candidate.

Kociolek continues to work with a variety of patients, including teens, who seek treatment for different reasons.

In 2015, Kociolek initiated Acupuncture for Caregivers, a partnership with Eagle Mount Bozeman, whereby she provides bi-weekly stress relieving treatments for caregivers of Eagle Mount participants at no cost. Eagle Mount provides therapeutic recreational opportunities for people with disabilities and young people with cancer, as well as support for families of participants. “Eagle Mount is so grateful that Rootstock Acupuncture offers our families tools to help reduce their stress levels, and promotes greater wellbeing.  The caregivers often put their needs last, but when they fall ill the whole family struggles,” says Jennifer Hedrick.

As the Education Coordinator for the Montana Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Kociolek is involved in many outreach and educational activities – from representing the acupuncture profession at the 2018 MT Pain Conference to organizing this year’s continuing education seminar “Acupuncture in Neurological Rehabilitation.”

To take advantage of the 10% discount to Bozeman BPW members for a Mei Zen series please contact Angie at www.rootstockacupuncture.com.

 Job Announcement: WayFare, Inc. hiring Marketing Coordinator

A job announcement from Rainy Martin, Vice President of Business Operations at WayFare, Inc.:

WayFare, Inc, a Bozeman manufacturer of dairy free butters, dips, sour cream, cheddars, cream cheese, and puddings, is hiring a Marketing Coordinator.

THE POSITION:

  • Creating all marketing materials (sell sheets, shelf talkers, recipe cards, trade show booths, pitch decks, PowerPoint presentations)
  • Handling all social media (daily posts, campaigns, announcements, contests, recipes, product photography, food photography)
  • Updating the website (all copy, creating new images and banners – including design and photography)
  • Digital marketing (Google, Facebook, etc.)
  • Customer Newsletters
  • WayFare Blog
  • Video Creation (recipes, marketing)
  • Communicating with influencers
  • Arranging demos for retail stores
  • All marketing related correspondence
  • Designing/Updating all label designs
  • Any changes to the brand, rebranding
  • Helping to develop marketing strategic plan and budget
  • Any other marketing needs that arise
  • Other business projects, potentially unrelated to marketing

For more information and application instructions, visit https://wayfarefoods.com/contact/careers/.

 Job Announcement: Montana Aquatic Resources is hiring Project Manager

A job announcement from Wendy Weaver, MARS Executive Director:

Montana Aquatic Resources (MARS) is looking for a Project Manager that strongly believes in and shares our vision to raise the bar in protecting and conserving Montana’s precious stream, river and wetland resources. The position of Project Manager (PM) has the primary responsibility for managing and executing existing stream and wetland mitigation projects as well as developing new projects, through networking with private landowners, agencies, NGOs, and land trusts. The Project Manager will market MARS’ mission, programs and projects in close coordination with the Executive Director.

MARS believes in promoting a positive and fun work atmosphere that allows flexibility to balance both
work and personal life. Position will involve frequent travel across the state of Montana. Although MARS is
headquartered in Livingston, candidates residing in north, central, and eastern Montana will also be
considered. Salary range is expected to be $45-$55,000 per year commensurate with experience. MARS
contributes approximately $500 in monthly stipends toward retirement and health savings accounts, and
offers paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays.

If you are interested in this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample via email to:
Wendy Weaver, Executive Director
wweaver@montanaaquaticresources.org

Posting available online at http://montanaaquaticresources.org/employment/