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

 
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF GLACIER COUNTRY

Evegreen Program Coordinator

Contact Mandy Anderson, CEO
307.797.1189, manderson@bgcglacier.org

Program Staff (2 openings)

Contact Mandy Anderson, CEO
307.797.1189, manderson@bgcglacier.org

 

CITIZENS FOR A BETTER FLATHEAD

Director of Planning and Policy

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

 

DREAM ADAPTIVE RECREATION
Program Coordinator

Contact Madeline Westbrook, Program Manager
406-862-1817
programs@dreamadaptive.org

 

Development Manager

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

 

EASTERSEALS-GOODWILL

Employment opportunities for low-income individuals who are age 55 or older

Contact Robert Davis, Employment Specialist or Donna Bucklew-Wagner, Participants Assistant
Robert:  406-493-2408, RobertD@esgw.org
Donna:  702-503-3012, DonnaB@esgw.org

FLATHEAD FAMILIES FOR RESPONSIBLE GROWTH

Executive Director

Flathead Families for Responsible Growth (FFRG) is a 501 (c) (3) formed to promote responsible development and growth in the greater Flathead Valley.

Email resume and cover letter to ffrgmt@gmail.com

 

FLATHEAD YOUTH HOME

Youth Counselor (Full-time)

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

 

Position and Application Details

 

Youth Counselor (Part-time)

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

 

Position and Application Details

 

Youth Advocate/Case Manager

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

 

Position and Application Details

Glacier Nordic Club

Program and Project Coordinator

Jennie Bender, Executive Director
802-793-9292
jennie@glaciernordicclub.org

 

Land to Hand

Summer Camp Counselor

Whitney Pratt, Education Coordinator
406-616-2017
whitney@landtohandmt.org

 

Montana Primary Care Association

Health Insurance Navigator

Kaitlyn Farrar
(406) 897-4141

kfarrar@mtpca.org

 

Ravenwood Outdoor Learning Center

Program Co-Director

Contact Jay Bresee, Program Co-Director
510-423-2705
jay@ravenwoodolc.org

Serious JuJu Skateworks, Inc.

Executive Director

Cristie Keppeler, Board President
612-250-2077
cristie.keppeler@gmail.com

 

The Nurturing Center

STARS Consultant

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

Whitefish Community Foundation
WHITEFISH Christian Academy

Administrative Assistant

Contact Rachel Erickson
406-862-5875
rerickson@whitefishchristianacademy.org

Email resume and cover letter to Rachel Erickson

Volunteer job board

 
Boys & Girls Club of Glacier Country

Program Staff – Assist with programming and provide a consistent commitment of one afternoon a week at our Evergreen Clubhouse at 315 East Evergreen Drive from 3:00pm-5:30pm.  2.5 hours per week. Ongoing position.

Contact Mandy Anderson
manderson@bgcglacier.org
(307) 797-1189

Climate Smart Glacier Country
CODE GIRLS UNITED

Board Member – Help us go from Start Up to Scale Up. Leadership, strategy, building trust, fiduciary oversight, compliance, financial support, and connection to donors are the skills needed in our board members.

Board meetings are primarily monthly, and board members are expected to either chair or support committees. Passion for what we do, familiarity with nonprofit boards, fundraising, or positioning companies to move beyond the startup phase is desired.

We are looking for board members who:
– Invite friends to events, volunteer, and donate.
– Host events such as donor appreciation or introduction to Code Girls United
– Share stories about Code Girls United on social media and networking groups
– Act as a cheerleader by celebrating our organization and fundraising successes.

Based in Kalispell. 10-15 hours per month. Ongoing.

Contact Marianne Smith
m.smith@codegirlsunited.org

DREAM ADAPTIVE RECREATION

Program Volunteers – We have a wide variety of sport and non-sport-related roles that help carry out our adaptive mountain bike, paddle sports, and water sports lessons and group programs. If you love the outdoors, 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 at various locations around the Flathead Valley from June – September.

Contact Maddy Westbrook
programs@dreamadaptive.org
(406) 862-1817 x2

FLATHEAD YOUTH HOME

Advisory Board Member – Advisory Board members support the work of the Flathead Youth Home through advocacy, collaboration, and support of fundraising. Our board meets monthly for a working lunch and members are expected to attend in person or via phone. Board members may also choose to participate in sub-committees for events and activities. The Advisory Board is not expected to adhere to Board of Director fiduciary responsibilities as they are held by the Youth Homes’ BOD in Missoula. Being a member of our board has great potential to grow with each members’ interests and strengths. Investment in this volunteer opportunity is integral to supporting our care for youth within our community. Time commitment is approximately 1 hr/week with additional time for committee involvement, events, and special activities. This is an ongoing position.

hplumb@youthhomesmt.org
(406) 890-2430

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

 

International Home Relief

Volunteer Coordinator – Help with creating marketing materials for non profit events; Find event venues; Mailing post cards and letters; Supporting the team with fundraising; Some light research. This is an ongoing position based in Whitefish.

Contact Shay Jackson
406-885-6443

 

KALICO ART CENTER

Front Desk Docent A crucial community-facing individual – the face of KALICO – who helps with greeting visitors, shares with the community what KALICO has to offer, assists customers with Paint Your Own Pottery and helps keep the facility clean and welcoming. Approximately two hours per week. Ongoing position.

Contact Dru Rafkin
(406) 471-2832
volunteer@kalicoartcenter.com

Art Teacher – KALICO is always looking for creatives to share and teach what they do with our community! We are looking for Art Teachers to teach workshops and classes, come share your art expertise with us. We serve all ages and abilities, so no matter what and who you like to teach there is a place for you here!

Contact Jemina Watson
(406) 471-2832 execdirector@kalicoartcenter.org

NORTH VALLEY FOOD BANK

Grocery Store Crew – The Grocery Store Crew is responsible for keeping our Grocery Store stocked and clean. Depending on the day and donations, volunteers working this shift might stock grocery store shelves, answer customers in-store questions, check-out and bag groceries, check dates on community donations, stock warehouse shelves, break down boxes, and more. We are looking for weekly volunteers but always need extra hands. This ongoing position is located in Whitefish.

Contact Anya Brown
406-862-5863 ext. 1005
anya@northvalleyfoodbank.org

Drive-thru Distribution Crew – Each week we distribute free groceries at our facility in Whitefish. Distribution is currently arranged as a drive thru service, outside of our building, and takes place regardless of weather. All customers are asked to stay in their car to decrease person-to-person contact. Distribution volunteers are the face of the Food Bank and thus carry the essential responsibility of treating all customers with dignity and compassion! Depending on the day volunteers might greet and record customer information, load boxes into customer’s cars, stock distribution supplies, re-pack large quantities of food, check expiration dates and put away donations, break down boxes, and more. Volunteers in this role are required to lift 30 lbs repeatedly, must wear weather appropriate clothing, and close-toed shoes. This ongoing position is on Thursdays, and shifts are 3 hours.

Contact Anya Brown
406-862-5863 ext. 1005
anya@northvalleyfoodbank.org