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Broadwater County is Seeking a Deputy County Attorney

By County News, Employment Opportunities

Broadwater County is seeking to hire a Deputy County Attorney. This position is responsible for prosecuting misdemeanor criminal offenses in the Broadwater County Justice Court; representing the county government and other local government entities in legal proceedings; representing the State of Montana on select civil cases in District Court; and advising local government officials on Civil law matters and compliance, to include public health enforcement matters.

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Mental Health Training Challenge

By County News, News

Encouraged by President Jason Strouf’s commitment to mental health, and hearing Karl Rosston’s (State Suicide Prevention coordinator) statement that the role of counties in stemming the tide of suicide is education, Jefferson County undertook a project to educate and train as many county employees as possible in suicide prevention.

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Beaverhead County is Seeking a Commission Support Specialist

By County News, Employment Opportunities

Beaverhead County is Seeking a Commission Support Specialist. The Support Specialist performs a variety of technical and administrative tasks in support of Commission goals and functions including, but not limited to, preparing correspondence, taking meeting minutes, and assisting the Commission with special projects. Duties also include accounting, budgeting, asset management, and Notary Public.

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Sanders County Seeking Public Health Director

By Employment Opportunities

Sanders County is seeking to hire a Public Health Director. This position provides comprehensive nursing services in preventive health, home health, and clinic programs through assessment, teaching, counseling, and prevention services to individuals, families, and groups to promote health and wellness to clients. This includes administering public health programs, maintaining patient and program activity records, preparing required reports and obtaining adequate public health funding.

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