Southern Colorado Jobs

Planning Director

Under the general direction of the City Administrator, the Planning Director performs a variety of planning and land-use related activities including supervising the 4 Department employees, development review, code compliance, departmental budgeting, and coordinating and directing the day-to-day operations of the City’s Planning Department. In addition, the Director oversees administration and enforcement of the City’s Comprehensive Plan, Zoning Ordinance, subdivision regulations, Historic Preservation Regulations and Design Guidelines, Parks, Open Space, and Trails Master Plan, the Sign Ordinance, and review of Property Improvement Permit applications. The Planning Director and staff actively engage the community on planning matters. The Planning Department observes and promotes principles and policies related to sustainability and resiliency, including planning for hazards.

Wildland Fire Supervisor

Ensures compliance with Colorado Statutes that apply to the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office regarding wildland fire. Oversees operations and administration of wildland fire suppression personnel. Has management of wildland engines including Type 3 and Type 6 engines. Assists with wildfire mitigation within El Paso County and regional partners. May have opportunities to take assignments through Pueblo Interagency Dispatch Center (PIDC).

Director, Public Interest Fellowship Program and Nonprofit Initiatives

Direct the Colorado College Public Interest Fellowship Program (PIFP) and lead a successful summer and year-long program that connects exceptional nonprofit, government, and social enterprise fellowship opportunities with top talent for 70% of time. Lead, develop, and execute Nonprofit Initiatives to engage the Colorado College Community around the public interest, philanthropic, non- profit management, and non-profit fields for 30% of time. This position works closely with and reports to the Director of the Career Center with a dotted line reporting to the Faculty Director of the Public Interest Fellowship Program.

Manager of Chancellor & University Events

The Manager, Chancellor and University Events reports to the Senior Vice Chancellor of University Advancement and serves as a member of the University Advancement team. The manager is responsible for coordination of major university events from multiple departments and will coordinate event goals, logistics and outcomes. This includes university-wide events and ceremonies, and events on behalf of the Office of the Chancellor and the Senior Vice Chancellor of University Advancement. This position will have budget oversight of approximately $120k annually and provide supervision to student employee(s). The manager also serves as primary adviser to the UCCS Ambassadors, the premier student leadership and service organization representing the Office of the Chancellor.

Business Specialist

The Business Specialist develops strategic alliances within the regional business community and leverages collaborations to promote a skilled workforce, increase awareness and participation in workforce development activities and support the economic development of the Pikes Peak Region.

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