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Find jobs in Montana with The Work Spot

The Work Spot is a statewide job board for Montana professionals to connect with Montana's top employers. Keep a pulse on Montana business, find Montana career opportunities across the state, and discover the diverse and impressive companies growing in our Montana communities - all in one spot.

Read more about our story here.

 

Nonprofit Spotlight: Family Promise of Gallatin Valley

A beacon of nonprofit excellence, Family Promise of Gallatin Valley not only creates space for the homeless population of our valley but a space for our community to grow, strengthen, and come together for the future. In the last year, Family Promise has made big strides towards accomplishing their mission: ending homelessness in Montana one family at a time. In January they will be opening their new building, Rising Stars, a community-centered space for childcare, resources for families in their shelter program and new offices to house their growing team. If you want to learn more about this amazing organization and the opportunities they have, check out our full blog post here!  Visit Family Promise of Gallatin Valley here.

 

 

 

Why Work Spot?

We Provide the Best Montana Jobs to the Best Montana Candidates.

The Work Spot offers a personalized, local environment that allows talented Montanans to find excellent professional jobs in Montana. Most popular job posting sites are large, national-scale services that tap into unfocused and unqualified job pools. These other services lack a localized touch, and don't efficiently connect employers to job seekers.  The Work Spot provides applicants with the best job search experience in Montana, and provides employers with the best candidates available. At The Work Spot, we make the job search for Montanans, by Montanans.     

 

 

 

Are you a Job Seeker?

The Work Spot is the place to find professional job postings in Montana. Stay connected with your community and take your career to the next level. Create a free profile and start applying for jobs!

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Are you an Employer?

The Work Spot's audience of talented, Montana professionals ensures that your job listing will be seen by a focused, local community. Create your free profile and get started posting jobs!

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Testimonial

I was connected to Kaycee at the Workspot about three years ago. I was in Southern California and was trying to move back to Montana. I was having a hard time connecting in and establishing a network as I had been gone from Montana for 20 years. Kaycee connected me into several people in Bozeman, including an influential CMO, and with a hiring manager at TechLink/MSU - where I eventually went to work. I highly recommend the Workspot, not only as a search engine but also as a place to make connections. 

-Erin S, Bozeman, MT

 

 

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