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Position Available: Lincoln County has a job opening for a part-time Motor Vehicle Clerk and Back-up Receptionist at the North Lincoln County Annex in Eureka. Starting salary: $11.64 hourly.  The position is for 19 hours weekly and on a fill-in basis as needed.  Application packets available at the North Lincoln County Annex Business Office and the Libby Job Service.  Application deadline: October 3, 2014 or until qualified applicant hired. 19-2tc

Kootenai Valley Rangers, Eureka’s American Legion baseball team, is seeking applications for coaching positions, to include A Team head coach; A Team assistant coach; B Team head coach; and B Team assistant coach. Rangers Legion Baseball is made up of players from ages 13-18 and plays a 30 to 50 game schedule from late April to mid-July. For a complete job description, job application and more information, contact Brent Holder at 291-3196.  19-2tc

Fortine School is accepting applications for a boy’s basketball coach for the 2014-2015 season. For more information and district application, call 882-4531. Position open until filled.  19-2tc

Eureka Truss is now hiring a full time position,. Requirements are: Current Montana Class A CDL; truss fabricator; laborer; Montana crane license not required but helpful. For more information call Ken Marek, 406-240-4389, or pick up application in office.  19-3tc

Looking to earn Christmas cash? Taking applications for reliable wreath makers for part of October and November. Prefer experience but can train. Flexible hours possible. Phone 297-2091 after 6 p.m.  19-2tc

Wanted: Bough getters and wreath makers. Bough people start Oct. 6; wreath makers Oct. 13.  882-4619.   20-2tc

Program Specialist: Chrysalis is a small therapeutic boarding school located in northwestern Montana, just 5 miles from the British Columbia border. The school sits on 65 acres, nestled between Carpenter Lake and the Koocanusa Reservoir. Our beautiful campus is home to adolescent girls ages 13 to 18.  Students live “family-style” in one of three homes, hold each other accountable for actions, and become responsible for themselves. Our supportive home environment encourages girls to build on personal strengths, while they examine and challenge old patterns which have prevented growth. Chrysalis provides a special blend of care and therapy, with a gentle firmness to help girls recover from a past of pain, sorrow, untenable family situations, personal mistakes and self-destructive behavior. Chrysalis enables students to develop healthy coping, living, communication, and interpersonal skills. Personal responsibility and healthy risk-taking result in a positive sense of self and a strong identity.  Our mission is to provide the best quality therapeutic services, education, and experiential opportunities to adolescents and their families in the context of a warm and nurturing residential boarding school environment while maintaining a commitment to integrity in all that we do. We currently have an opening for a Program Specialist to join our team. Duties: Work various shifts with residents to teach life skills and supervise household responsibilities. Develop positive working relationships with students. Intervention, diffuse conflict between students. Transport residents to appointments, extracurricular activities, or to the airport. Be a healthy role model for students. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications:  Interest/Experience working with adolescents.  Recreation-related skills or interests.  Experience in food prep and cooking a plus.  Ability to remain in control during stressful situations, and maintain a professional demeanor at all times.  Attention to detail.  Team player.  Effective communication skills.  Flexibility. Email resume to cj@chrysalisschool.net or call Carolyn @ 406-889-5577 or fax to 406-889-5576. 20-1tc

Caretaker needed for winter months. Reasonable rent. Call 889-3923.  20-tfc

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