Government Jobs

Marketing and Communications Internship – Denver Parks and Recreation

The Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR) Marketing team is responsible for the promotion of all DPR projects, programs, and activities. This includes media relations, marketing and branding, public relations, internal communications and special events. There is the ability to customize the area of focus based on the interests and skill set of the selected hire.

We are seeking an intern to join us this summer with the possibility to extend through the fall. This is a part-time opportunity varying in hours to accommodate school schedules. During the summer, we are looking for an intern to work 32-39 hours per week. This position also requires some weekend availability.

IT Specialist

Provide support for both hardware and software on existing desktop and laptop systems for 300+ users at various locations throughout the County.

Airport Operations and Communications Supervisor

In this position, you will supervise and coordinate the administration and operation of airside, landside, and Communications Center activities of the Airport (Colorado Springs Airport). You will also coordinate assigned activities with other Airport work sections, tenants, outside agencies, and the public.

Local Government Relationship Manager 3

This role is the most senior level relationship management position in local government banking and focuses on servicing the most complex relationships in the local government market segment.

Business Development Representative

This position manages workforce program activities, services and staff of the Arapahoe/Douglas Works! Workforce programs.

Lead Specialist, Marketing

Responsible for coordinating, supervising, and managing public relations and marketing services for the Parks, Recreation and Park Planning & Development Departments including but not limited to publicity, promotions, sponsorships, grant writing, marketing, public engagement/outreach, special event assistance, and sales. Responsible for supervision of full and part-time staff, volunteers, and overseeing vendor contracts. Performs a wide range of administrative responsibilities including budgeting, developing marketing plans, networking, and documentation tasks.

Civil Engingeer III

Pay Range: $89,835.20 – $126,276.80 Annually

Responsible for managing municipal infrastructure projects included in the Capital Improvement and Preservation Plan, focusing on major drainageway projects and smaller scale, local drainage improvements projects funded by the Stormwater Management Utility, general transportation projects and utility projects.. Responsible for managing scope and delivering projects on schedule and within budget.

Recruiting Associate

The NREL Human Resources Department has an opening for a Recruiting Associate. The Recruiting Associate (RA) provides recruiting support throughout the recruitment and onboarding processes. The RA plays a pivotal role in moving the recruitment along the various stages of the process from job posting to on-boarding.

Internal Auditor

This position provides reasonable assurance that CDPS is complying with all regulatory requirements. This position reports on a regular basis directly to the Chief Compliance Officer of the CDPS and also informs CCO about important issues and material violations.

This position is primarily responsible for conducting work outlined in the annual compliance/audit plan which reflects CDPS’s highest risks. Assists CDPS Divisions in establishing methods to improve efficiency and quality of services and to reduce vulnerability of fraud, abuse and waste. Must be familiar or have the ability to obtain a sound working knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and ordinances, rules and regulations of CDPS and its Divisions. Ensures independent contractors and other agents which provide services to CDPS are aware of and comply with contractual and regulatory requirements. Reports on a regular basis to CCO progress of compliance reviews/audit engagements. Must have demonstrated organizational skills with ability to manage and prioritize multiple concurrent projects and work under pressure, meet commitments within strict time frames.

Executive Director, Board of Ethics

The City and County of Denver is seeking an Executive Director of the Board of Ethics. The Executive Director is the sole employee of the Denver Board of Ethics, and reports to the 5-person volunteer board, the members of which are appointed by the Mayor and City Council. The Executive Director is currently classified as an Administrator III in the Denver Career Service system.

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