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 Employment Opportunity: Forward Montana Seeking New Executive Director

A message from Forward Montana:

Forward Montana/Forward Montana Foundation seeks an Executive Director to lead a vibrant and dynamic organization into its next chapter of its work to create a government that reflects the diverse voices and vision of young Montanans.

Job Description: Executive Director
Position Status: Full-time, exempt
Location: Missoula, Bozeman, or Billings (with travel between offices)
Position Reports to: Forward MT & Forward MT Foundation Board of Directors

Compensation: $64,000-68,000 plus benefits, including 100% of health insurance premium covered, retirement, and generous holiday and paid time off. 

Forward MT Foundation (FMF) Mission: We educate, engage, and organize young Montanans to shape their democracy to improve their lives and the lives of fellow Montanans. 

Forward Montana (FMT) Mission: We build political power with and for young Montanans by driving a culture of civic engagement, and electing leaders and passing policies that are representative of the needs and vision of our generation.

For more information and to apply, visit:

 Job opportunity: part-time Administrative assistant

A message from the American Prairie Reserve, Bozeman office:

American Prairie Reserve has an immediate opening for part-time, temporary administrative support in our downtown Bozeman office.
Ideal candidates can start immediately, work an average of 20 hrs per week, and commit to working the remainder of 2019. 

Primary duties:
-Data entry and data processing-Production, printing and merging of documents
-Outgoing and incoming mail packaging and processing
-Paper document organizing, scanning, filing, and shredding-Electronic document processing
-Additional administrative projects and tasks as assigned

For more information and to apply, please visit our employment webpage

American Prairie Reserve
Office (406) 585-4600

 HRDC community needs assessment survey

An announcement from HRDC:

“We are launching our 2019 Community Needs Assessment. The responses gathered from the survey tool – in conjunction with an evaluation of additional local, regional and national data as well as focus groups, town hall discussions and stakeholder interviews – will inform our strategic priorities for the next three years. Your participation in our Community Needs Assessment survey is greatly appreciated and will ultimately help us empower our customers while building a better community. The survey consists of three sections of multiple-option questions and will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. Participation is voluntary.

The knowledge gained from this survey will be of value to HRDC and potentially members of the communities it serves. Data collected with this survey will be used to analyze the unique needs of each community in southwest Montana and inform HRDC’s Strategic Plan 2020-2023.”

survey link here: