Government Jobs

Spanish Communications Specialist (PT)

Translate regular library communications from English to Spanish for both print and online platforms, including flyers, brochures, news releases, social media, DPL website, signage and more. Create original Spanish content for the library’s website, eNewsletters and social media accounts. Coordinate and track translation of multiple languages with offsite translation vendor. Maintain Spanish Facebook page and Twitter accounts; find and post content, develop content, prepare images. Create content for DPL Spanish website and social media. Maintain Spanish website with relevant information and updates. Assist with the research and development of the library’s Language Access Plan. Assist with public relations efforts by translating content and working with the Marketing and Communications manager to develop media outreach strategy. Work collaboratively with Services to Immigrants and Refugees committee and other internal teams to align Spanish communications with target audiences and support program goals.

Government Relations Manager

Reporting to the VP Stakeholder Relations, the Government Relations Manager will build and maintain relationships with federal, state, and local authorities, lobbyists, regulatory agencies and key policymakers; and assist with the stakeholder relations strategy including any campaign and community outreach activities. The Government Relations Manager will play a key role in PDC political awareness development programs. This person is expected to be a strategic and solutions-oriented leader who can develop and manage key stakeholder relationships.

Revenue Technician

This position is responsible for, but not limited to, tax return and payment processing, license application review, daily cash balancing and batch reconciliation, and the management of business correspondence. Manages direct front line communications and provides customer service to the public, agents, contractors, and other city staff in a professional manner.

Position is responsible for problem solving issues with businesses relating to the reporting of various taxes and fees, including: Sales, Use, Accommodation, B&O (Business & Occupation), Cable, Gas & Electric, PEG (Public, Educational, and Governmental), and PIF (Public Improvement Fee) accounts. Identifies and researches businesses with accounts potentially out of compliance; reviews tax information and taxing requirements; and enforces tax collection activities for non-payment of taxes, as necessary. Confers with taxpayers and the general public in person, on the telephone, and in writing.

Public Information and Education Coordinator, Broomfield Police Department

The Broomfield Police Department is seeking a full-time exempt Public Information and Education Coordinator. This position will report to the Chief of Police and is responsible for engaging with residents through social media and creating and managing digital and print information through various media platforms, email communications, and website management. This position prepares press releases, coordinates media relations and may act as spokesperson for the organization. The duties of this position shall be divided between public education and public information.

Director of Facilities

This position exists to serve as the agency’s Division Director of the Facilities Division and is responsible for the management and oversight of all aspects of security, maintenance, building systems and structures for a statewide regional museum network of properties encompassing over 2,000 acres of cultural landscape and associated trail networks, fifty (50) contemporary and historic structures ranging from the History Colorado Center and historic homes to warehouses, adobe buildings, out-buildings, restroom facilities and two railroads. The Division Director will have oversight of two project managers who manage the agencies cash and general funded capital construction, capital renewal, and controlled maintenance projects. The Director is responsible for making recommendations for and drafting capital construction and controlled maintenance budget requests and the prioritization of capital funding priorities.

State Liaison for Apprenticeship and Experiential Learning

The position exists to serve as the state’s Senior Authority for Apprenticeship and Experiential Learning for the Work Based-learning Unit in Workforce Development Program. Desired outcomes are expanding registered apprenticeship and similar programs to include Industry-Recognized Apprenticeships and to serve a leadership role in the creation of state certifications for Industry-Recognized Apprenticeships. Responsibilities include project management, crafting of state policies and procedures, collaborate on policy development at the state and national Level and provide quality technical assistance, communication, coordination, and competency approval.

Administrative Specialist III – Community Development

The Administrative Specialist III performs a variety of complex and analytical clerical, administrative and customer service functions which vary widely both in subject matter, level of difficulty with a high degree of professionalism and confidentiality with little or no supervision. Serves as a lead for Admin Specialist II and provides back up support to the Executive Administrative Supervisor.

Communications and Content Section Manager

This position will manage communication staff with a focus on streamlining, simplifying and standardizing member, provider and stakeholder communications. The position will manage staff including the Department’s lead on consumer message testing and oversee projects and contracts related to consumer message testing.

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