Park County Senior Citizens Corporation

The Park County Senior Citizens Corporation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation operating under federal law of the United States.

Mission: The mission of the Park County Senior Citizens Corporation is to promote the physical, intellectual and social well-being of seniors age 50 years or older.

Vision: Supporting a balanced and well-connected life for all citizens.

About Us: Park County Senior Center (d/b/a) is housed in the historic Yellowstone Hotel, a 3-story building at the corner of Lewis and Main Streets in Livingston, Montana. The building not only houses the Center, but leases four commercial spaces, houses two independently-operated non- profits including Meals on Wheels and Angel Line Senior and Disabled Transportation Program, and the federal Experience Works program. In addition, the PCSC provides 24 low-income HUD certified senior independent living apartments on the 2nd and 3rd floors.

Company Benefits & Perks:

  • Relaxed dress code
  • Autonomy to own your schedule
  • Workplace diversity
  • Paid time off
  • Laptop
  • Early out Fridays

What makes the The Park County Senior Citizens Corporation a great place to work?

  • All employees are treated with respect.
  • Workplace flexibility.
  • Appreciation of good work.
  • Supports a culture of learning.
  • Embraces diversity.
  • Encourages cooperation, collaboration and partnerships.