Now Hiring: Outreach Educator/Administrative & Scale Support




Under general supervision of the Office Manager, this position is responsible for assisting in the implementation, promotion, and continued growth of the Gallatin Solid Waste Management District’s Waste Diversion Education Outreach program. This includes planning, scheduling, training, and overseeing the public relations component of the District’s various waste management programs, as well as, educational activities, special events and a variety of other duties assigned. Position is also responsible for providing customer service, cashiering, and monitoring through the facility’s scale houses and provides administrative and operational support to the Logan Landfill and the Bozeman Convenience Site. The position reports to the Office Manager and does not supervise other personnel.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires knowledge and skills in recycling and waste management; governmental budgeting, accounting, and finance; strategic planning principles and knowledge of Microsoft Office and specialized computer software (Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher and Waste Works); customer service; cashiering and bookkeeping and office equipment operations.   The position requires the ability to monitor and maintain safety protocols, work effectively under adverse site conditions, coordinate tasks and procedures with others and ability to organize, manage and control workflow of concurrent projects. The position requires strong verbal, written and analytical and interpersonal skills and must have a thorough understanding of recycling economics and a commitment to the business, science and development of each program from inception to maturity.


The required knowledge, skills and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to an associates or bachelor’s degree in business administration, education, economics, chemistry, biology, mathematics or a related field. Experience in the development, coordination or implementation of recycling/environment compliance programs, including experience in source reduction, recycling promotion, general public relations and customer service is preferred.

Licenses and Certifications: Position must possess a valid driver’s license issued by the state of Montana or attain a Montana driver’s license within six months of hire and be insurable under the County’s liability policies.

As a condition of hire, the final candidate will be required to successfully pass a criminal history check and background investigation.

For application consideration, the following documents are required to be submitted to the Bozeman Job Service:

  • Gallatin County Application
  • Applicant survey
  • Resume, Cover Letter and (3) work references
  • Typing Test (45 WPM)
  • Microsoft Excel 2007-Normal User Test 

Gallatin County is an Equal Opportunity Employer:  Gallatin County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability or marital status. 


CONTACT:                          Bozeman Job Service

JOB LOCATION:                Logan Landfill, 10585 2 Dog Road, Logan MT

SALARY:                               $2,719.70 per month based on an hourly rate of $15.69 plus Excellent Benefits

WORK HOURS:               Full-Time, hours to be discussed at interview.

For more information contact Jim Simon, GSWMD Manager, (406)582-2492

Apply at Bozeman Job Service in person or online.


Household Hazardous Waste collection – Saturday 1/13/18

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Household Hazardous Waste Collection is scheduled for Saturday, January 14th.

  • Who: Gallatin County residents only
  • Where: Bozeman Convenience Site, 2143 Story Mill Road, Bozeman
  • When:  Saturday 1/13, 9am – Noon
  • What: Household hazardous wastes. To learn what is accepted, view our HHW page.
  • Cost: Free to county residents for non-commercially generated materials.Reminder: NO latex paint! 

Commercial entities should call first to schedule an appointment: 406-539-1161
Arrive early to avoid lines and please stay in your vehicle until we speak with you.