Government Jobs

Major Gifts Officer

The Major Gifts Officer (MGO) is a full time, FLSA exempt, senior level Administrator charged with identifying, cultivating and soliciting major gifts for Adams State University (ASU). The MGO will provide support for ASU’s fundraising efforts and will work closely with the ASU President and the ASU Foundation Board to plan, manage, and assist in carrying out the institution’s strategic plan. The MGO will engage in direct efforts to attract foundation donors, individual major gifts, and corporate gifts while providing exemplary stewardship and solicitation of current major donors, and developing relationships that will lead to major gifts.

Engineering Technician II

Highlands Ranch Metro District is seeking qualified candidates for the Engineering Technician II position in the Public Works Engineering Department. This position will work in a team environment to help manage the design, construction and administration of various projects associated with infrastructure serving the residents of Highlands Ranch.

Finance Director

The Town of Telluride is seeking to fill the position of Finance Director. Key management position leads and oversees Finance Department which is responsible for the financial and accounting operations of the Town and manages Town’s financial resources to assure the fiscal well-being of the Town of Telluride.

Government Reporter

The Greeley Tribune is hiring a watchdog government reporter who has a knack for developing their own enterprise and investigative stories while balancing the daily needs of a high-functioning, efficient newsroom. The ideal candidate has experience with enterprise and investigative reporting, and is capable of quickly building sources to generate story ideas. You’ve demonstrated strong continuing coverage on big stories and executed series-style articles on important issues in a given beat. Greeley is city of 100,000-plus that sits within the 300,000-person county of Weld, and both entities will keep any government reporter busy. As The Tribune’s government reporter, you would keep tabs on behind-the-scenes politics, as well as issues that impact everyday people through meeting attendance and constant beat management. The Tribune is a 21st Century newsroom, and our staff is equally comfortable shooting photos and video and creating compelling online presentation for stories as it is diving into important topics and writing longform features. You can have all of that, as well as 300 days of sunshine and beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains as the government reporter at The Greeley Tribune. If you’re the right fit for this important beat, let’s chat.

Communication, Outreach and Marketing Coordinator

The Communication, Outreach and Marketing Coordinator, serves as the primary staff person in the Public Works and Utilities Department responsible for the strategic marketing and communication around water and wastewater-related programs and projects. Examples may include the City’s rate/fee increase messaging, water conservation programs/activities, capital improvement and operational projects, and ongoing water/wastewater utility programs.

HR Generalist

This dynamic customer service-oriented position supports and contributes to creating and
sustaining high performing work teams committed to achieving Village outcomes. This human
resources generalist position performs advanced-level work in human resource administration
with a strong emphasis on recruitment. Recruitment activities include writing job descriptions,
job announcements, and interview questions; participating on interview panels; conducting
background screenings; and conducting new employee orientation sessions. This position also
performs classification and compensation, benefits administration, employee relations, and other
human resources functions. The employee works closely with Village management to ensure
human resources activities are in alignment with organization goals. The employee also provides
assistance to employees related to salary, benefits, and employee relations; to external
customers related to employment; and to outside vendors related to activities performed by the
Human Resources program. Communication with supervisors, managers, and employees is a
constant part of each day.

Senior Manager, Contracted Services

RTD is currently seeking a motivated individual with a Bachelor’s Degree in Transportation, Business, Public Administration or a related field. Required is a minimum of five years of extensive administrative and managerial experience, of which a significant portion is in Transportation. Also required is proficiency in dispatch and scheduling systems for fixed route services and proficiency in the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Business Development Specialist

The Business Development Specialist is a core member of the Economic Development team. In this role you will be in the public eye, building relationships with local businesses and spearheading retention and expansion.
Are you an intentional collaborator who speaks the language of business with a variety of stakeholders, including business owners, CEO’s and community members? If so, this is your golden ticket into our Loveland Community and the exciting development projects on our radar. Northern Colorado is one of the fastest growing areas of the State and our City of Loveland is positioned beautifully along the Front Range for growth. We still have that small town feel with all of the urban characteristics.

Executive Administrator

The Human Resources Department is seeking an Executive Administrator that will provide high quality and efficient internal and external customer service and coordinate project and administrative support. This position will be the first point of contact for HR customer inquiries so the ideal candidate will possess enthusiasm and motivation for customer service. They will also be adept at problem solving, learning on the fly and have an ability to balance multiple tasks. This position will initially be located at the HR Front Desk and will work to find creative solutions that best serve the needs of our in-person, phone, and digital customer inquiries.

Communications Specialist (Temporary)

The Prevention Services Division oversees programs that touch on issues including cancer, tobacco, marijuana, WIC, family planning, cancer, school-based health centers, suicide prevention, motor vehicle safety, among others. The position requires a wide range of skills, including writing and editing, website management, and communications plan implementation. Duties may include message development, social media content writing, e-newsletter writing, fact sheet writing and design, etc. (Graphic design skills are not required, but a plus.) This position will work with staff with experience in strategic communications planning, messaging, marketing and advertising, design, media relations.

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