Government Jobs

Community Outreach Coordinator

Under the general supervision of the Administrative Manager, this position is responsible for developing, planning and coordinating a variety of community outreach programs for the Parker Police Department. Events include, but are not limited to, the Citizen’s Police Academy, National Night Out, Coffee with a Cop, Cram the Cruiser Food Drive, Cops and Bobbers and other events as assigned.

Help coordinate Police Department-sponsored community outreach programs with outside organizations and serve as the Police Department’s contact on community outreach-planning committees as necessary.

This position coordinates event sponsorship and fundraising efforts with the Town’s Special Events and Sponsorship Coordinator. This position also seeks, writes and manages grants for community outreach programs.

Position may design community outreach publications, booklets, postcards, posters, newspaper ads and other promotional publications for Police Department community outreach programs. A variety of written materials will also be produced by this position, including articles for the Talk of the Town newsletter and content for the Town website, social media sites and digital signage.

Energy, Air and Transportation Policy Advisor

The Western Governors’ Association is seeking an Energy, Air and Transportation Policy Advisor to manage a policy portfolio on behalf of its 19 Western Governors.

INVESTIGATOR/SPECIALIST, ADA (AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT)

RTD is currently seeking a motivated individual with a passion for ADA work and a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Psychology, Organizational Development, Sociology, communications or related field (preferred).

Assistant Director – Streets/Fleet Department

The Assistant Director for Streets and Fleet reports to and assists the Streets and Fleet Director in the operation of the Streets and Fleet Departments. This person must supervise, direct and plan the activities/tasks of assigned staff as well as have a vision for the future. The Assistant Director for Streets and Fleet must have great management and team building skills, and work well in a team oriented environment that focuses on providing accurate and timely information. This position must work well independently and with the public, while providing excellent, respectful customer service and human relations skills which support of the City of Brighton’s mission and values.

Library Director

Responsible for the leadership and vision of the City’s library and staff; plans, manages and directs the operations, programs, services and personnel to continually develop a modern community center for learning and engagement. This position reports to the Assistant City Manager.

Executive Director, Summit Combined Housing Authority

Under the direction of the Board of the Summit Combined Housing Authority (SCHA), the Executive Director is responsible for all aspects of the Housing Authority’s operations including administration, management, program development, financial control, intergovernmental affairs and external affairs. The Executive Director will also develop, modernize and implement policies and procedures approved by the Board and will be responsible for the success of the Summit Combined Housing Authority.

Finance Director

This position is responsible for all financial matters for the Town of Parker. This position performs a variety of complex supervisory, professional, administrative and technical finance, accounting and budgetary functions in maintaining the fiscal records and systems of the Town. Plan, direct and coordinate all activities relating to finance, including accounting, financial reporting and budgeting, and debt management.

This position serves as a member of the Executive Management Team carrying out Council goals and directives, developing internal policy and guiding interdepartmental initiatives.

Digital Marketing Coordinator

The Digital Marketing Coordinator is responsible for the oversight of the Town’s social media platforms, as well as the creation, implementation and management of the Town’s digital and social media marketing plans and campaigns.

Administrative Coordinator

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The City of Aurora General Employees’ Retirement Plan (GERP) is seeking an experienced professional to manage administrative functions for a small office. GERP is a defined benefit pension plan operated for the benefit of City of Aurora employees. Working under the direction of GERP’s Board of Trustees, a three-person staff provides information to participants, calculates and processes benefit payments and oversees the plan’s relationships with external investment managers and other professional service providers. GERP staff members are not employees of the City of Aurora.

Position Overview
This full-time position is responsible for coordinating day-to-day operations in a professional office environment located in Aurora, CO. Duties are wide ranging and include, but are not limited to, answering general inquiry phone calls and emails; preparing correspondence; maintaining office records (both electronic and physical); assisting other staff members with administrative needs; and coordinating with contractors, vendors, and building management. Responsibilities also include assisting with basic accounting duties. Must be flexible and able to prioritize multiple tasks.

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