(All applications for CNAs, RNs or LPNs will be considered, even when no open positions are posted here.)
Pioneer Medical Center in Big Timber, Montana is not your typical rural Montana, 25-bed CAH (Critical Access Hospital), and Big Timber is not your typical rural Montana town. A difference you might notice is our location and the vibrancy of our town, our neighbors, and our area. We are, essentially, the county hospital for Sweet Grass County, Montana. We are in a beautiful open valley along the Yellowstone River, between three mountain ranges, just north of Yellowstone National Park. We serve our neighbors (ranchers, miners, tradespeople, and retirees) and the many tourists who come here on their way to Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks or to fish the Yellowstone, hike, bike, hunt, or just get away from overcrowded other places.
Big Timber is a stable, upbeat, and welcoming small town, an hour along I-90 to Bozeman (to the west) or Billings (to our east). Our schools are highly rated, with 41% of students in AP classes and a lot of community & parent support. Our housing prices are very reasonable. Our downtown has restaurants, a bakery, coffee shops, galleries, boutiques, banks, churches, and a good gym. We get move-ins from Bozeman and Billings, and from all over the US. Easily half of all licensed professionals applying to Pioneer are from outside Montana. Big Timber is a very friendly place an hour's drive from city life.
Our work environment is collegial and friendly, low drama, and supportive.
Look through our website and the FB groups "Big Timber Community" and "Big Timber Buzz" for more information about the area and Pioneer Medical Center.
Like most rural hospitals our pay and benefits are competitive with those of the larger hospitals, but our recruiting and relocation bonuses are higher than what you’ll likely see in larger metros.
With nearly 150 employees, Pioneer Medical Center is the second-largest employer in Sweet Grass County. Pioneer Medical Center is dedicated to being the employer of choice in Sweet Grass County. As an organization, we strive to create a workplace where its employees feel valued and where teamwork and trust are of the highest priority. If you want to join a team that is committed to providing patient and resident-focused healthcare please review our opening and fill out an application. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
If you'd like to start a conversation about what you could do here, please call Megan Arnold – Director of HR – 406.932.4603 Ext. 611
Download an application and send applications, resumes, and cover letters to Human Resources at:
Pioneer Medical Center
Attn: Human Resources
PO Box 1228
Big Timber, MT 59011
Pioneer Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, military status, or disabilities as provided in the Americans with Disabilities Act.