Missoula Job Service Workforce Services Division Department of Labor & Industry Missoula Job Service

Job Seeker Resources

Our Services

Our staff are available to assist you with your job search! Walk in and meet one-on-one with a staff member to go over your resume and cover letters, discuss your work search and the Missoula labor market.

We also offer computer skills testing, mock interviews and possible retraining assistance. Our Resource Room has 12 computers you can use to look for work, along with a fax machine, copier and printer. Contact our office via phone at 406-728-7060 or email us at MissoulaJSC@mt.gov for more information!

Resources for veterans and eligible spouses.

Job Seeker Resources

Driving Record
Request a copy of your Motor Vehicle Record online. You will need a credit card to pay the $7.25 fee to receive your record online.

Employment Applications and Forms
Copies of the Job Service Generic Application, Wage Claim forms and other commonly requested forms.

Registered Apprenticeship & Training Program
Learn more about registered apprenticeships, the "original four year degree!"

Register with the Missoula Job Service
Register online with the Missoula Job Service to search for jobs. If you already have an online account, log in here.

Resume Tips
Looking for advice on writing a resume? We've got the information you need!

Selective Service Registration
Check a Selective Service Registration or register online.

UI4U - File an Unemployment Claim Online
UI4U.mt.gov is Montana's Unemployment Insurance claim filing system. Visit UI4U to open or re-open your claim, file your bi-weekly request for payments and view information about your claim.

How to File for Unemployment:
This video answers some common questions about filing for unemployment insurance benefits, including filing for partial benefits, reporting severance pay and work search requirements.

Youth Employment

Youth Employment Information
Information for Montana youth looking for work. Do you need a work permit? What jobs are available? What does a cover letter look like? Visit this page for more information.

YouthRules! has a number of resources for teens and parents of teenagers interested in joining the workforce, including information on federal child labor law.

Montana's Child Labor Laws
Learn about child labor laws in Montana.

Websites and Articles

Avoiding Online Job Scams - Article
How to spot an online job scam.

Your pathway to career success.

Our Facts Your Future
Visit the Research & Analysis Bureau's website for the latest labor market information in Montana.

Quintessential Careers
Quintessential Careers has tons of information on job search tips and trends.

Relocation Resources

Make it Missoula Relocation Guide
Make it Missoula has a variety of information for anyone moving to or within Missoula.

Missoula Chamber of Commerce
The Missoula Chamber of Commerce has put together a relocation guide for those interested in living and working in Missoula.

City of Missoula
The City of Missoula site is another valuable resource for anyone looking to relocate to Missoula.