406 Nannies is a nanny/sitter placement service serving Bozeman and surrounding areas. 

Nannies are friends, confidants, educators, and playmates. The nannies, tutors, and instructors in this agency go the extra mile to ensure quality childcare for busy parents. We only accept the most qualified, professional, and reliable nannies to our team. Our team members love children and enjoy being as active and engaged with them as possible. If you think you would be a good fit for out team and meet our requirements, please apply below. We cannot wait to meet you!

Wages from $13-$25/hr. Flexible schedules.

See https://406nannies.com/nanny-jobs/ for information on current openings through 406 Nannies, and visit https://406nannies.com/become-a-nanny/ to apply.

Updated 5/3/2021

VISIONS Service Adventures, a local Bozeman organization, has been running international and U.S.-based teen service programs for more than three decades (see all locations at https://visionsserviceadventures.com/teen-service-programs/). As an organization that sets a standard for meaningful cultural exchanges, community-building and ambitious projects, we know that having exceptional leaders is key. Furthermore, working for VISIONS can be incredibly fulfilling and fun. See full job descriptions and apply at https://visionsserviceadventures.com/jobs/.

Posted 5/3/2021

We are looking for people who love children to work in a fun, fast paced environment.  We serve children from 2 months up through preschool.  Duties entail everything necessary in order to take care of children and provide a safe, loving environment.  We serve meals and snacks, change diapers, play, teach, give comfort and offer our attention to these little ones.  We are hiring both teachers and aides.  We will train.  If you are interested call 587-2239 and ask for Cami or Jo.

Posted 4/12/2021

Camp Watitoh is a family-oriented community with amazing adventures. Between land and water sports and the creative arts, there’s never a dull moment. Nestled in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains in Massachusetts, Camp Watitoh attracts staff from all over the country and creates an opportunity to form relationships and build resumes by coaching sports, leading activities, and teaching life skills. Escape your comfort zone, develop new skills, have fun and make memories! If you’re looking for the best summer job or internship, look no further! Learn more and apply at https://www.campwatitoh.com/our-staff/jobs-camp/.

Posted 4/5/2021

Camp Big Sky is looking for fun and energetic camp counselors who have experience working with children in a childcare setting. Spend your summer outside in the sun enjoying all of the classic summer camp fun. We spend our days doing themed activities and playing outside. Our campers love guided activities as much as they enjoy free-play at our various community park locations including playing in the creek and fort-building in the woods. Camp Big Sky is a wonderful opportunity to connect to the community and the next generation of excited outdoor enthusiasts. Come join our team!

This is a seasonal summer position under the direct supervision of the Camp Big Sky Manager. Camp Staff will be an integral part of the daily operations throughout the weeks of camp. Camp Staff will manage groups of up to 14 children ages 6-12. This position will lead group activities and is responsible for the overall safety and function of all campers and staff under their supervision. In addition to daily group management, this position will contribute to activity planning. Wage $14-$18/hr. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Leisha Folley, Finance & Operations Director: [email protected]. Deadline for applications is May 1st or until filled.

Posted 3/29/2021

We have part-time and full-time positions available. We are a school that offers care to infants, toddlers and preschoolers so there is lots of opportunity to learn and work with all age groups. We are looking for teaching assistants in all age groups. I am looking for knowledge or background in Montessori education but it is not required for this position. I am looking to hire qualified staff members for part-time assistant teaching positions for this licensed childcare facility. The position would start as soon as possible.

    • A friendly nature, patience and love for children.
    • Good organization and communication skills.
    • Experience caring for children is preferred.
    • Montessori training or understanding of the Montessori method is also preferred.
    • Infant, Child, Adult CPR and First Aid certifications required within 30 days of hire.
    • Must pass criminal and CPS background checks.
    • Verification of Immunizations
    • Continuing education and classes for MTECP and DPHHS

This is an amazing opportunity for those interested in a career in Montessori and early childhood teaching. I am looking forward to meeting qualified and interested candidates.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Pay is DOE, $14.00 - $15.00 per hour.

Posted 3/15/2021

Part-Time Recreation Leaders: $13/hour; 14 hours/week in fall, winter, spring, 30 hours/week in summer. Help plan and implement our community recreation programs. Great team environment! Get outside on our parks and trails and have FUN! Learn more and apply at www.bozeman.net/jobs.

Summer Recreation Leaders: We are like family over here in the Bozeman Parks & Recreation Department. We laugh, play and work hard together. Most of it is outdoors, in our parks and on our trails. We are looking for summer (short-term) Recreation Leaders to plan and implement our youth summer day camps. This position runs June to August and is 30-40 hours a week, Monday-Friday, with some weekend work required. Get paid $12.25 to make a difference! Learn more and apply at www.bozeman.net/jobs.

Posted 3/15/2021

Summer Educators

We are now hiring part-time and full-time summer educators who are eligible for a work-study to join our summer camp team. From June 7th-August 27th, educators will be leading outdoor camps in the garden and surrounding natural areas focusing on gardening, cooking, nature exploring, and science. We are looking for individuals who are responsible, creative, enthusiastic, have a desire to work with kids, have the ability to be flexible and positive. The application and instructions can be found at gvfarmtoschool.org/employment-internships.


Volunteer Opportunities

We are also looking for volunteers to support educators with our upcoming out-of-school camps:

Dates: March 15-19 and April 8-9 (Min. 4 hours requested for these programs, can be at any time during the listed dates)

What: Help facilitate activities about environmental and food science, and exploring food cultures from around the world

Where: Museum of the Rockies

*training will be given before camps

Please email [email protected] if interested in volunteering with us for these camps.


Posted 3/1/2021

Hello! We are looking for a nanny who overflows with awesomeness to join our family! We are a family of 3 humans and 2 pets.   We have a  9 year old girl who really enjoys learning, outdoors, and lots of sports.  We have two pets – a black lab named Wayne and a fish named Rainbow. This job ideally begins between mid May to the 1st week of June and lasts through August.  Duties would include child supervision with a combination of learning and outdoorsy summer activities, light housekeeping, preparation of meals, minor errands (groceries runs) and creating activities (swimming, biking, STEM projects, playdates, reading, art projects, adventure).  We absolutely love our time together, so if we can’t be there, we want to find someone with the same values to be there in place of us. 

Nanny should understand this job allows play dates, may require carpooling to activities (ie, a birthday party or swimming lessons), positive reinforcement for light chores/projects around the house, clean up after play dates, and organizing a schedule.  Nanny should be flexible and be ok to work around our weekly schedules (schedule will be fairly consistent for days/times needed but could change based on our work load or weekend camping plans). We hope to find someone who is mindful of covid safety to keep us all healthy and embraces fresh air activities whenever possible.  We hope to find someone who appreciates the outdoors and learning as much as we do, is dependable, responsible, and a good communicator.  

Pay will be through a W2 wage from $13-15. Most weeks this would be 4 ½ days (Monday-Thursday, 1/2 day Friday). We have a vehicle nanny can use during work hours, but will need to get to/from our house.  We may have periods of time we are out of town or have relatives in town…so much still to be determined with covid.  Ansley may attend 1-2 week long camps.  During those times, work would still be available if nanny is interested in helping with house projects (filing, creating lists, organizing garage, goodwill runs, planting flowers, etc…).

Example of a day:

    • Work shift 7:30-5:15.  Make breakfast, have 1 hour of “chore time” such as making bed, folding clothes and putting away, Put dishes in dishwasher.  Go for a bike ride on trails, swim at the pool, or hike Sypes Canyon. Make lunch.  Read, stem project, piano practice, or art project.  Supervise play date (ex. Slip and slide in the yard). Prep or make dinner to be ready at 5:15 for family using hello fresh boxed ingredients and instructions. 
    • Work shift 8-5.  Make breakfast. Drive to Bogert Pool for swimming lesson.  Pick up grocery list at Safeway. Painting project in the back yard.  Turn on the Roomba (will vacuum downstairs on its own) and make lunch.  Bike ride to the park and play on climbing rock. Read for 30 minutes.  Prep dinner and put dishes in dishwasher and clean off counter tops.   Water plants outside. 

Our dog Wayne goes to work with us, but may be home some days too and would need to have a walk or hike on those days.

This job would likely be up to 32-42 hours per week, 9-10 weeks out of 12 weeks (June-August). May hours would very and be less (like 5-15 hours/week) if available.

Please send resumes or inquiries to Christi Coubrough at [email protected].

Posted 3/1/2021

Camp staff are wanted for a summer camp offered at Riverside Country Club in Bozeman. Visit https://kecamps.workbrightats.com/jobs/country/us/state/Montana-MT for job descriptions and applications. Contact Dylan Morris ([email protected]) with questions.

Posted 2/8/2021

BHS junior online student needs help developing good study habits, completing homework assignments & preparing for and taking tests and quizzes in algebra, chemistry, AP psychology, and US history/English combo class. Student understands math and science concepts, but struggles to focus and complete tasks. Help is needed Tuesday through Thursday or potentially Monday through Friday. Hours flexible, and looking to collaborate, thinking 9 am-12 may work well. Contact Marianne Jackson Amsden at 406-920-0888 or [email protected].

Posted 2/8/2021

We are interested in a part time tutor or POD educational group for our 6 and 10 year old daughters. They are in 2nd and 5th grade.  We are looking for someone to help manage and guide them through a math, writing, reading, social studies and science curriculum. They have been distance learning all year. We are hoping for someone that's available Monday - Thursday from 8-11am or 12 pm. Fridays are not quite set in stone yet.  We're thinking of either 8am - 12 pm every other Friday, to potentially every Friday.  Wages $15-18 DOE, negotiable with the right fit and experience. Please email both of the following contacts, if you are interested:

Posted 2/8/2021

A private family in Belgrade, Montana is looking for a Science and Japanese Tutor to facilitate an in person session for our 16 yrs old student. Pay rate is $50 an hour. Hours are from 3 pm onwards. Thank you and looking forward to hearing from the students.  Alternatively, we could hire a separate science and a language teacher for the position. Monday Thru Friday. Student is available at 3 pm slot. 1 hour of tutoring per subject. Pay rate is $40-$50 an hour. Contact [email protected].

Posted 10/12/2020

Educational enrichment tutor wanted for a 4th-grade female student who needs more than what is provided. Call Emma at 703-888-6290.

Posted 10/12/2020

Seeking AP physics tutor for a high school senior. 1-2 hours per week, preferably on Wednesdays. Pay is $20/ hour. Text Kim at 406-223-4207.

Posted 10/12/2020

As you know, a blended return to school for P-12 students means that families are looking for support for their children’s out of school time. In southwest Montana, the Community Organizations Active in Disasters (COAD) group, in partnership with several nonprofits serving children and families, is looking for interested individuals who might be able to support this effort. You are receiving this message as an MSU teacher candidate who might be looking for an opportunity to volunteer or be hired as a remote learning tutor, in person tutor, or caregiver. Want to learn more? Please contact Tori Sproles, Provider Services Coordinator with Child Care Connections by phone at 406.548.3672 or by email at [email protected].

Posted 8/31/2020

 I am a senior majoring in Human Development and Family Science who is needing help with my 9 year old son as he will be doing remote learning for this school year. My son will be a 4th grader and he does have special needs. I am looking for someone who can help support him through his school work while I am needing to attend class or my internships. I would want someone to come work with him during the day in my apartment 2-3 days a week for 2-3 hours. I am willing to be flexible to find a schedule that can work for both of us. I can pay $10/hour but willing to discuss depending on experience. Text Sophia with questions or if interested at 406-209-5633 or email [email protected].

Posted 8/17/2020

Discover the power of an hour! Become a CAP Mentor today! The Child Advancement Project (CAP) matches adult volunteers from the community with children in Bozeman Public Schools. These mentors work one-on-one with students in grades K-12 to provide support and encouragement throughout the school year. Mentors help students discover and build upon their individual strengths, and affirm student’s ability to shape their own futures. CAP is a school-based program, so mentors go to the schools to work with a student for one hour, once a week.

CAP mentors are screened, trained and supervised by professional CAP Coordinators, establishing a community of volunteers who are engaged in the local school system and invested in the future of their community.

For more information or to apply, visit www.allthrive.org/cap or contact Andrea Lawrence at [email protected]

Updated 1/21/2020

To Whom It May Concern:
My name is Linda Stancil and I work at Bozeman Public Schools in the Adult/Community Ed Program. We offer many classes to community adults (for no credit, of course) and have for many years.  In the past, we have had a few MSU students looking for the opportunity to practice teach in our program while they complete their last year of school, so they have some teaching experience to put on their resume when they search for a more permanent teaching job. See description below. 

If you would like to teach one or two nights a week for 6-8 weeks for 1 1/2 - 2 hrs. per class, please contact our office at 522-6012 or fill out an application online at www.bsd7.org (look for Quick Links on the right hand side, then Employment Opportunities, then open positions, then Adult & Community Education). No teaching experience necessary. This would be a great opportunity to gain experience in classroom/time management, with no discipline problems to deal with...just motivated students who want to learn. It also can be helpful in honing one's organizational skills within a classroom setting while earning a little spending money.

If you would like to "practice teach" in your field of study and would like to make a a little money doing it, contact us. We are looking to add classes and subjects of interest to the adults in the Bozeman Community.

Description: Teach community education classes during evening hours. Areas of instruction include--but are not limited to--Hobbies/Art, Music, Exercise/Dance, Health/Wellness, Cooking (general/specialty), Language/Writing, Outdoor, Technology, Business/Job Skills, etc. Instructor responsible for course content and submits course outline/syllabus for review and approval prior to hire.