May Hot Jobs

Hot Jobs in Great Falls
May 1, 2024

Every month, we round up some of the hottest jobs in and around Great Falls, Montana for our Hot Jobs series. Whether you’re looking to find a new position at an established company or have dreams of paving your own way as an entrepreneur, Great Falls is where you can make a real difference with your career.

Lending Solutions Specialist, Great Falls Development Alliance

Do you enjoy reading company financials to figure out the story of a business? Do you like working with a team to solve challenging problems? We need someone who understands profit and loss, balance sheets, and tax returns to help underwrite tough loan decisions. Our new team member will listen to entrepreneurs’ needs; research and assess their capabilities; and analyze loan requests to help them reach their dreams. Our new team member must not only thrive working with our team but strive to make new contacts – growing our network of regional and statewide partners.

We’re thinking between $63,000 and $73,000 for starting salary range, but depends on experience and includes a built-in bump based on initial performance. We have excellent benefits. We invest in our team both through performance-based salary increases and professional development. While we do have a flexible work environment, candidates must live in the Great Falls region. EOE.

Cover letter telling us why you would be a great team member and resume are both required. Email to Tracy Heggem, Executive Assistant,

Communications and Marketing Specialist, Great Falls Development Alliance

Do you like to create and tell epic success stories on multi-media platforms (electronic, print, social, and traditional) utilizing writing, photography, and videography? Can you identify and choose new platforms and audiences to increase our impact regionally among startup businesses, existing businesses expanding, and businesses looking to locate in our region? Would you like to engage employers and community members in sharing our stories to attract new talent to our community to fill professional jobs?

Utilize your talents to help us transform the Great Falls Montana region. We need someone to lead and coordinate these storytelling efforts. If you want to help businesses start, grow, and locate in the Great Falls Montana Region you should apply.

Cover letter telling us why you would be a great team member and resume are both required. Email to Tracy Heggem, Executive Assistant,

Tourism Event Planner, Great Falls Montana Tourism

Great Falls Montana Tourism is eager to bring a creative visionary onto our team that will plan large-scale signature events, during off-peak occupancy that will bring attendees from across the world! It’s a big task and there is more: You’ll also be asked to connect with established events that show great promise and offer assistance in enhancing the event.

The core of the job is to develop an annual event strategy and budget then plan, facilitate, and manage logistics for all events in the annual strategy, including budgets, sponsors, contract negotiations, guest lists, venue preparation, presentation materials, security, catering, entertainment, transportation, equipment, decor, marketing materials, and independently troubleshoot day of event issues.

If you think you are the answer to our prayers, have a high school diploma, and at least four (4) years of related experience, write up a cover letter, include the first event you would create in Great Falls and send it to Rebecca Engum,; make sure you attach your resume.

Construction Manager, BHE Montana

The Construction Manager plans, budgets and directs short and long-term electrical generating plant construction, including renewables, and related transmission facilities, in a manner that is safe, cost effective, and timely. Projects may involve multiple site locations and involve millions in expenditure level. Supports all construction activities associated with new and existing generation projects. Supports project budget updates, direct oversight of contractors and consultants which support site development and construction activities throughout the projects’ lifecycle.  Administers the associated contracts, ensures site compliance with environmental and other permits, regulatory requirements, safety requirements, and quality of the development and construction. This position maintains key business, public and stakeholder relationships and includes interaction with landowners, local, state and government employees, engineers, contractors, consultants, and other stakeholders. Coordinates with other departments to complete development and construction tasks.

Learn more and apply at:

Project Engineer, BHE Montana

The Project Engineer completes technical work and directs others in the planning, designing, development, procurement and construction of electric generation projects, and additions, changes, or maintenance to projects. The position directs, coordinates, and exercises functional authority for planning, organization, control, integration, and completion of engineering projects of moderate size and complexity. Accountable for project engineering decisions as Owners Engineer or oversees contractors who provide Owners Engineering on projects. Review engineering design completed by design engineers and engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractors to assure the design meets the project requirements. Provide and manage technical support for capital projects from conceptual development to completion. This position will be focused on optimizing overall operations by supporting operations and maintenance activities with excellence, accountability, and best practice-based solutions.

Learn more and apply at:

Senior Structural Engineer / Technical Lead, Stahly Engineering 

Salary range: $85,280  – $124,800 DBE

Benefits: medical insurance, personal leave, ESOP, bonus program

Stahly Engineering is looking for a senior structural engineer that can lead the technical aspects of the structural team in coordination with the Department Manager.  In addition to serving our clients on project work, this role will utilize vision and expertise to provide guidance, quality control, and more advanced technical requirements. Stahly has offices in multiple locations, and this position will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team.

Learn more and apply at:

Senior Transportation Engineer / Technical Lead, Stahly Engineering 

Salary range: $85,280  – $124,800 DBE

Benefits: medical insurance, personal leave, ESOP, bonus program

Stahly Engineering is looking for a senior transportation engineer that will work in coordination with the Department Manager to provide technical oversight to the team, including technical goal setting, providing guidance, and quality control.   This position maintains design and CAD software department standards and procedures and works on both private and public projects to serve our clients.

Learn more and apply at:

Senior Water/Wastewater Engineer / Technical Lead, Stahly Engineering 

Salary range: $85,280  – $124,800 DBE

Benefits: medical insurance, personal leave, ESOP, bonus program

Stahly Engineering is looking for a senior engineer that specializes in Water/Wastewater that will work in coordination with the Department Manager to provide guidance, mentorship,  and quality control for the technical aspects of the department.  This position works with a multidisciplinary team to serve our clients while providing growth opportunities to staff within the department.

Learn more and apply at:

Water/Wastewater Department Manager (Engineer), Stahly Engineering 

Salary range: $101,920  – $124,800 DBE

Benefits: medical insurance, personal leave, ESOP, bonus program

Stahly Engineering is looking for a professional engineer that specializes in Water/Wastewater to lead the growing department and serve our clients needs.  This position will work with a technical lead to develop department standards, will work on a multidisciplinary team to serve projects, and provide opportunities to grow the department for the company.

Learn more and apply at:

Chief Executive Officer, Central Plumbing, Heating, Excavation

We are not just looking for a leader; we seek a visionary who can build upon our culture, further strengthening our position in the industry. The ideal candidate will possess strategic insight, operational expertise, and a genuine passion for driving positive change. We are seeking a CEO who shares our values and understands the unique dynamics of our industry. While we value innovation and progress, we also appreciate preserving our heritage and staying true to our roots.

At Central, you will have the chance to make a tangible impact, not only within our company but also across our communities. The transition to an employee-owned company offers a distinctive opportunity for the incoming CEO, marking a significant shift towards empowerment, shared ownership, and commitment among our devoted employees. Your leadership will play a crucial role in guiding this transition and cultivating a strong sense of unity, purpose, and loyalty within the organization.

To apply for the CEO position at Central, please submit your cover letter and resume to by May 09, 2024.

Premier Assisted Living Nurse, BeeHive Homes of Great Falls

We are looking for a Premier Assisted Living Nurse and this nurse needs to be a RN (registered nurse) and have at least 2 years of experience.

RN Description:

Bee more than just a number, Bee a Nurse! Bring joy to our residents as you enhance their lives everyday!


  • Salary: $80,000/year + $10,000 sign-on bonus
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance for Medical, Dental, and Vision

Apply Link:

Executive Director, Peace Place

The Executive Director is an exempt, salaried employee hired by the Peace Place Board to work at least 40 hours/week to execute the organization’s strategic plan and to implement all policies and programs. The Executive Director is directly accountable to the Board Chair and is responsible for meeting all fiscal and legal reporting requirements of a Montana-based nonprofit public benefit corporation with a 501(c) 3 tax status.

Salary: $62,400 – $72,800 a year

Learn more and apply for this position here:

Loan and Member Service Supervisor, Montana Credit Union

Montana Credit Union is seeking a leadership-minded individual to guide our new 10th Avenue South branch, opening this summer! The Loan and Member Service Supervisor is responsible for leading, supervising, coaching, mentoring, and developing a team of loan officers, member service representatives, member service guides, and loan and member service support.

Montana Credit Union is dedicated to providing the best possible service to our members, while also providing a fun and fulfilling work environment for our employees. We are committed to being progressive in our product and service offerings, gracious in benefits, compensation and culture, and serving as a leader in our community.

Learn more and apply on MCU’s Careers page.

More Info: Email Susan Tulick (

Revenue Cycle Director, Many Rivers Whole Health

Position Overview: Oversees MRWH revenue cycle. Plans, organizes and implements activities and procedures to effectively administer revenue cycle best practices. Maintains key performance indicators, quality controls, compliance measures and performance standards to meet SMT strategic planning objectives.

Learn more and apply for this position here:

Assistant City Planner, City of Great Falls

This position performs current and long-range planning projects in the Department, focusing on reviewing land use applications, and development permits and working on special projects to implement long-range planning objectives.  Work varies, requiring individual judgment in variation from standards and procedures.

Learn more and apply for this position here:

Director of Facilities and Security, C.M. Russell Museum

The Director of Facilities and Security is responsible for the physical plant, maintenance, housekeeping, and security of all Museum buildings and grounds; including the safety and security of the staff, visitors and of the museum collection.

The Director of Facilities and Security is a full-time, 40-hour-per-week exempt position. Flexible hours are required for occasional after-hours and weekend events/activities, and building emergency situations.

Learn more and apply for this position here:

Environmental Planner, Cascade County

The Environmental Planner for the Cascade County Planning and Geographic Information System (GIS) Department performs routine and complex administrative, technical, and professional work for the administration of the Cascade County Stormwater Management Plan and County superfund site(s). This position will engage the public in extensive outreach education programs and act as a community liaison, as well as collaborate with other county departments and divisions, other local jurisdictions and state and federal agencies to ensure project goals, reporting, and monitoring are carried forward in a timely and professional manner and perform other duties as assigned or required.

Learn more and apply for this position here: