State of Montana for Temporary Worker Services Term Contract - SPB19-0142T-E

 

The Montana State Procurement Bureau, Department of Administration has entered into the contract with DatamanUSA, LLC to provide Temporary Workers Services to the various state agencies on as need basis.

GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE:

Temporary service contract will provide services in eight cities around the State. Those cities are: Billings, Butte, Bozeman, Great Falls, Helena, Kalispell, Miles City and Missoula.

POSTION DESCRIPTIONS:
  1. Limited Experience Clerical: An individual who has a high school diploma/GED with less than 12 months of experience who can perform copying, filing, receptionist duties, and has some office experience, maybe required to do some minimal typing. Jobs in Montana
  2. Experienced Clerical: An individual who has a high school diploma/GED with one to two years of experience; has worked with modern copiers, telephone systems; has some experience with word processing software programs such as Word; and some experience with spreadsheet software programs such as Excel. This individual may perform data entry, some word processing and general clerical/receptionist duties, bookkeeping duties, and has at least one to two years of office experience.
    Data entry will include enter and transfer of data from existing databases, medical records, shipment invoices, quarterly reports, demographic reports, etc. It is mandatory that data entry made for confidential files remain confidential. This position could include but is not limited to positions such as: Administrative Support.
  3. Mid-Level Position: Mid-level positions require high school diploma/GED up to a Bachelor’s Degree plus three years directly related work experience in appropriate field. Some could include but is not limited to positions such as: Customer Service Specialist, Accounting Specialist, Customer Service QA Specialist and Medical Payment Auditor.
  4. Professional Level Position: Professional level positions require a Bachelor’s degree plus two to four years specialized experience in appropriate field. Some could include but is not limited to positions such as: Accountant, Claims Examiner, and Executive Assistant.
  5. Advanced Software Specialist: An individual possessing the skills listed above with a minimum of two years of computer experience. Extensive knowledge in word processing software programs such as Word, and spreadsheet software programs such as Excel needed. Some knowledge of PeopleSoft software would be helpful.
  6. General Labor: Duty assignments may include: loading; unloading, and carrying materials such as lumber, cement, gravel, etc., repair work, equipment and tools; lawn maintenance duties; maintenance of service equipment; light carpentry and painting; and site clean-up, etc. Prevailing wage rates for Non-construction Services apply to this service category.
  7. Janitorial Worker: Duties may include but are not limited to sweeping, vacuuming, garbage removal, bathroom cleaning, etc. Services may be needed statewide. Prevailing wage rates for Non-construction Services apply to this service category.
  8. Maintenance Worker: Duties may include but are not limited to grounds upkeep (snowplowing, mowing, trimming, etc., and miscellaneous maintenance work (painting, office moves, and minor maintenance activities such as changing out lights, fixing cabinets, hauling office supplies, recycling). Services may be needed statewide. Prevailing wage rates for Non-construction Services apply to this service category.
  9. Warehouse Worker: The individuals for this position must have shipping, packaging, and stocking experience and must also have the physical ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Duties to include assembling products; packaging orders, stocking inventory/delivery trucks; loading/unloading truck; cleaning warehouse; and external yard and building maintenance. Prevailing wage rates for Non-construction Services apply to this service category.
  10. Forest Technician: Under general supervision (detailed written guidance and oral instruction) of Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) field forester, marks trees for harvest or other designations; delineates harvest & SMZ boundaries; measures (cruises) trees for volume estimates; completes field surveys and sampling; develops road maintenance and construction logs; identifies tree species and estimates defect in standing and down trees; and performs GPS mapping. Services may be needed in the Missoula and Kalispell areas. Prevailing wage rates for Non-construction Services apply to this service category.
  11. Professional Forester: Performs all the activities of the forest technician, but also is expected to oversee field crews; complete timber sale design; transportation planning; ensure Montana Environmental Protection Act (MEPA) compliance; prepare timber sale contract; and ensure compliance with forestry laws, rules and guidelines. Uses forest road layout knowledge to identify potential road locations. Services may be needed in the Missoula and Kalispell areas.
  12. Forester Project Leader/Lead Management Forester: Oversee other foresters (DNRC and other contract personnel) in the context of specific projects and exercise advanced professional judgment. Coordinates and manages ID teams and provides oversight on MEPA documents, timber sale contract preparation and related activities. Services may be needed in the Missoula and Kalispell areas. Jobs in Montana
  13. Biologist: Participates on Project I.D. teams by providing biological analysis of sensitive, threatened and endangered species inhabiting gross project areas. Provides written reports that detail analysis of various project alternatives, assesses and documents the biological impacts associated with each. Requires visiting the project area as well as analysis of published research. Services may be needed in the Missoula and Kalispell areas.
  14. Botanist: Identifies rare and sensitive plant species and their habitat and range of occurrence throughout gross project areas, using professional expertise to predict and locate probable populations. Maps results and provides reports suitable for inclusion in environmental documents. Works under general direction, using a requested geographic area for plant surveys. It is extremely important that work coincides with flowering periods of plants. Services may be needed in the Missoula and Kalispell areas.
  15. Right-of-Way Agent and Related: Under the direction of appropriate DNRC personnel, prepares documents for reciprocal access and cost share packages for review and ultimate presentation to Land Board. Provides input and research on road appraisal, relevant geographic information and land ownership. Typically, these are services that are provided by individuals who have a vast knowledge of right-of-way law, agency protocols and have a unique and useful relationship amongst DNRC cooperators and private landowners. Does NOT have the authority to negotiate or do business on behalf of the DNRC. Services may be needed in the Missoula and Kalispell areas.
  16. Resource Specialists: Assesses the existing environment concerning a specific resource such as wildlife, preparing resource biological evaluations for MEPA documentation and input to the DNRC project leader for designing timber sales and mitigations as needed. This generally requires both field review and office work for preparing professional reports or parts of the MEPA documentation. Services may be needed in the Missoula and Kalispell areas.
  17. Specialty Positions: Hourly or per job rates for any other specialty positions or positions not identified within this RFP may be negotiated between the agencies and the contractor(s). Also, the State agencies may negotiate hourly or per job rates for temporary workers needed in other locations not identified within this contract. If the agency and Contractor are unable to agree on an hourly rate to be charged for these positions, the State reserves the right to procure the services elsewhere.
PROGRAM GUIDELINES:
  1. TANF: DatamanUSA encourages employment opportunities for qualified TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) program participants.
  2. Skilled Workers: DatamanUSA shall provide workers who possess the skills and abilities necessary to successfully complete the duties assigned by the state agencies.
  3. Work Schedules: The temporary worker may be required to work up to eight hours each day. On rare occasions, the worker may be required to work overtime, weekends, or holidays. Rates for these times will be negotiated between the agency and the Contractor, on a case-by-case basis.
  4. Length of Assignment: The contract can provide temporary workers, in a position, for a maximum 480 hours per position. (State agencies shall use the modified FTE process for temporary employment requiring longer terms and SHOULD NOT USE this contract for longer terms temporary staff.)
CONSIDERATION/PAYMENT:
  1. Payment Schedule: The State Agency and Contractor shall negotiate the hourly cost of the temporary worker before temporary worker is placed. This hourly rate will be the actual wage rate paid to the temporary worker. The Contractor shall charge the State a management fee (Contractor’s Management Service Fee) in addition to the hourly cost of the temporary worker.

    Category
    Contractor’s Management Service Fee %
    Advanced Software Specialist
    49%
  • Limited Experience Clerical
  • Experience Clerical
  • Mid-Level Position
  • Professional Level Position
    52%
  • General Labor
  • Janitorial Worker
  • Maintenance Worker
  • Warehouse Worker
    55%
  • Forest Technician
  • Professional Forester
  • Forester Project
  • Leader/Lead Management Forester
    52%
  • Biologist
  • Botanist
  • Right-of-Way Agent and Related
  • Resource Specialists
  • Specialty Positions
    50%

Apply for Job: if you are looking for temporary worker position, email your resume to jobs_MT@DatamanUSA.com.

ORDERING INFORMATION:

For more information OR ordering temporary workers through the State of Montana Temporary Workers Term Contract, please email contact@DatamanUSA.com or contact:

For quotes, purchase orders, and warranty information, please contact us at:

Nidhi Saxena
Phone: 720-248-3110
Jason Hargrove
Phone: 720-248-3121

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