FLATHEAD VALLEY NONPROFIT EMPLOYMENT & VOLUNTEER POSITION OPENINGS

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SUBMIT A JOB POSTING


As a service to local 501c3 nonprofit organizations, Whitefish Community Foundation will publish Flathead Valley nonprofit job openings on our website for up to 30 days. There is no fee to submit a job posting.

SUBMIT A VOLUNTEER OPENING


As a service to local 501c3 nonprofit organizations, Whitefish Community Foundation will publish Flathead Valley nonprofit volunteer position openings on our website.

Nonprofit Job Board

 
CENTER FOR RESTORATIVE YOUTH JUSTICE

Program Coordinator

Contact Catherine Gunderson, Executive Director
406.257.7400, director@restorativeyouthjustice.org

 

CITIZENS FOR A BETTER FLATHEAD

Director of Planning and Policy

Contact Mayre Flowers, Board Co-Chair
citizens@flatheadcitizens.org

 

DREAM ADAPTIVE RECREATION

Development Manager

Contact Julie Tickle, Executive Director
406-862-1817
jtickle@dreamadaptive.org

 

FLATHEAD YOUTH HOME

Home Coordinator

Contact Lori Madden, Program Director
406-755-4622
lmadden@youthhomesmt.org

Position and Application Details

 

Youth Counselor (Part-time and Full-time positions available)

Contact Lori Madden, Program Director
406-755-4622
lmadden@youthhomesmt.org

Position and Application Details

 

HOUSING WHITEFISH

Interim Executive Director

Contact Ben Johnson, Board Member
benjohnson@whitefishhousing.org

 

Position and Application Details

 

HUMANE SOCIETY OF NORTHWEST MONTANA

Executive Director

Contact Alanna Weibert, Board President

Send an email describing qualifications and salary requirements to bod@humanesocietypets.com

 

 

The Nurturing Center

STARS Coach

Child Care Eligibility Specialist

Jen White, Operations Manager
406-756-1414 Ext. *212
jen@nurturingcenter.org

WHITEFISH LAKE INSTITUTE

Limnologist

Program Coordinator

Contact Mike Koopal, Executive Director
406.862.4327, mike@whitefishlake.org

 

WHITEFISH LEGACY PARTNERS

Program Manager

Contact Heidi VanEveren, Executive Director
406.862.3880, heidi@whitefishlegacy.org

 

 

Volunteer job board

 
ABBIE SHELTER

Board Treasurer

The Abbie Shelter seeks a new Board Treasurer to begin January 2023. Our board is a dynamic and passionate group of volunteers actively engaged in the governance and oversight of the organization. The Board Treasurer should have comfort with (and, preferably, an appreciation for) reading financial reports. The Treasure also takes an involved role in supporting the annual budgeting process. The organization uses a bookkeeper for its regular accounting needs, making this purely a governance and oversight position.

This requires a time commitment of approximately 5 hours per month for a term of two years.

For more information, contact Hilary Shaw at 406-261-9082 or director@abbieshelter.org

 

DREAM ADAPTIVE RECREATION

Volunteer Instructor – Ski, Snowboard, Nordic Ski

Join the DREAM Volunteer Instructor team this winter to help provide adaptive nordic ski, alpine ski and snowboard lessons to individuals with disabilities! If you love to ski and play in the snow, we’ll be glad to find a role for you that best fits your skills and ensures you feel safe and supported. Volunteers are needed from December through March any day of the week for ski and snowboard lessons. Volunteer Instructor registration will be opening by the end of October and training opportunities start in November!

For more information, contact Maddy Westbrook at 406-862-1817, ext. 2

 

Habitat for Humanity

Home construction volunteers – No previous construction skills are required or expected. All tools and safety gear provided and supervised by skilled construction team. Typical tasks include framing, roofing, concrete work, cabinet installation, drywall, soffit work, interior and exterior painting, and landscape related work. We have homes at different stages of completion and ask for your flexibility with assignments. Year-round building, weather permitting, excluding holidays. Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday schedules are 8:00am to 3:30pm. Additional build days are available as needed. All construction volunteers must be present for Sign-in and Safety Presentation at beginning of workday. No exceptions. Construction site volunteers must be adults, 18+.

ReStore volunteers -ReStore volunteers provide helpful customer service, create DIY projects and displays, paint store signs, receive and sort donations, price and display merchandise, test electronics and appliances, help with clerical duties, and share the love of Habitat for Humanity with the Flathead Valley. We will work with your natural abilities to find a place where you will fit in and a role that interests you. Whether you have experience working in retail or working with a team, we will find you a spot where your skills are most needed. Any support from your volunteer day will help us in our mission with Habitat for Humanity. The Kalispell ReStore is one of the most successful ReStores in the U.S. and that is due to our volunteers. Volunteers make it a special place to donate and shop. Best of all, the income raised by the Kalispell ReStore helps build homes in Flathead Valley. Volunteer schedule is 10am to  5pm, Wednesday to Saturday except holidays. Create your own schedule. A 3-hour minimum per volunteer shift. Friendship and laughter are essential traits of our retail environment.

For more information, contact Hilary Devlin at 406-257-8800 or outreach@habitatflathead.org