Jefferson County Government

Once an agricultural and mining area, Jefferson County, Colorado is a thriving suburban, business, industrial, recreational and residential community. The county, formally organized in 1861 by the Colorado Territorial Legislature, takes the name of Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States.

Open Positions at Jefferson County Government

Elections Director

The Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder's office is one of the most public-facing offices in all of Colorado's government, affecting almost every person in our 600,000-person county. The office oversees elections in one of the top swing counties in the country; runs the county's DMV functions, directly interfacing with hundreds of thousands of people every year; and carries out many other important administrative tasks, including issuing marriage licenses and recording public documents.

Public and Government Affairs Director, Jeffco Clerk and Recorder

The Public and Government Affairs Director is appointed by and works directly with the Clerk, and is responsible for developing and managing all internal and external communications and government affairs strategy for the Clerk & Recorder's office. The Director oversees citizen communications and marketing, media relations, government affairs, employee communications, change management, the citizen feedback process, and special events. He or she also works with each division to develop an...
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