The secret is out: Denver is the nation's top place to live, work, and play. Being the best place to live isn't easy; maintaining such a reputation means we need the best people working for the residents of Denver. People who want to make a difference; people who want to give back; people who want to be at the heart of this city and have a hand in creating our future. When you join us, you will employ your unique skills to do important and meaningful work critical to the success of both your organization and the city as a whole. Be a part of the city that you love. #WhereDenverWorks

 

30 job(s) at City and County of Denver

City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 29, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job The secret is out: Denver is the nation's top place to live, work, and play. Being the best place to live isn't easy; maintaining such a reputation means we need the best people working for the residents of Denver. People who want to make a difference; people who want to give back; people who want to be at the heart of this city and have a hand in creating our future. When you join us, you will employ your unique skills to do important and meaningful work critical to the success of both your organization and the city as a whole. Be a part of the city that you love. #WhereDenverWorks. For more information about our hiring process including ADA resources, assessments and testing, pre-employment, and onboarding, click here Denver Community Planning and Development is responsible for visionary city planning and ensuring safe, responsible, sustainable building. CPD regulates planning, zoning, development and maintenance of private property in Denver. We're working hard to make Denver a great place to live, work and play! Visit DenverGov.org/CPD. The City and County of Denver is seeking an unpaid intern to join Community Planning and Development (CPD). This position will assist with research, analysis, and preparation of documents cataloging name changes of neighborhoods and/or landmarks (specifically, Stapleton, and others as identified) as well as specific tasks related to equity in community outreach, long-range planning, and regulatory projects. The internship will be offered for one semester and may continue for approximately six months or more, depending on need, performance and availability. Interested? At the City and County of Denver and CPD you can apply your expertise and contribute directly to the community. Please review the required qualifications and submit your application/resume for consideration by clicking the 'Apply' button at the top of this posting. Additionally, as a Planning Services Intern you can expect to: Continue research and identification of documents referring to the Stapleton neighborhood and other historic references and sites as identified. Prepare spreadsheets and documentation reflecting research outcomes. Update identified documents with redline corrections. Assist with preparation of staff reports and other necessary documentation for processing updates of documents. Assist with additional research supporting equity in community outreach, long-range planning, and regulatory projects. This is an unpaid internship position. Other mandatory documentation required to be considered for this position: Transcripts - unofficial or official Cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position Resume About You Our ideal candidate will have: Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills Ability to communicate effectively - verbally and in writing Efficiently demonstrates excellent time/work management skills Works well under pressure and able to multitask Problem solver that can envision various outcomes and plan accordingly to mitigate risky outcomes Strong attention to detail and highly organized Self-motivated and motivated to help others Ability to work as part of a team to support both internal and external customers Dependable and can maintain confidentiality Proficient or fluent in Spanish We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education Requirement: Current enrollment in an accredited college program leading to a certificate, licensure, Associate's, Bachelor's, or higher degree in, or a recent graduate (completed specified program within 1 year of completion) Education and Experience Equivalency: No substitution of experience for education is permitted License/Certification Requirement: May require a valid Driver's License at the time of application Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment About Everything Else Job Profile WW1122 Unpaid Intern To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unpaid Intern Position Salary Range $0.00 - $0.00 Starting Pay 0.00 Agency Community Planning & Development The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 26, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job This job application will close on Wednesday, September 30th at 11:59 pm. Please apply as soon as possible in order to be considered. The Technology Services Department (TS) of the City and County of Denver is using state-of-the-art technologies and methodologies to deliver and improve the systems, applications and operations that we deliver to our customers. Technology Services supports the people, agencies and ideas that make the City and County of Denver world class city. The City offers a unique opportunity to work with a diverse business and technology environment on a large scale as we employ over 13,000 people, of which 9,000+ are daily technology consumers in support of a diverse population in excess of 700,000 citizens. In Technology Services, our mission is to improve city performance through four basic strategies: reliability, innovation, access and partnership. As a director within our Applications Services Team, you will support these goals by providing strategic vision and budgetary oversight to a multi-disciplinary team that includes Quality Assurance and Applications Service Management and Support. You will be expected to inter-operate between the various groups within Technology Services and other agencies across the City and County of Denver, acting as a representative of your work groups. This IT Director position presents the opportunity for the right individual to demonstrate their skills in: strategic thinking and implementation, team leadership and development, project sponsorship, high-level business needs analysis, continuous process improvement / implementation, internal and external negotiation at multiple levels, business and technical forecasting, vendor management, and budget management and allocation. All while overseeing the functional areas of Application Service Management, Application and Database Administration and Enterprise Modernization. These teams are made up of 35+ professionals managing a portfolio of 300+ applications. In this IT Director position, you will: Represent the division/department in meetings with vendors, elected/appointed officials, and other customers to plan and develop technology solutions and to resolve escalated issues. Define and establish key metrics, performance indicators and service level objectives to create standards and drive performance for your work groups in order to provide continuous improvement of IT service delivery and data driven decision-making. Develop and monitor the budget, oversee financial well-being by analyzing cost effectiveness and direct cost control activities. Develop short and long term workplans and strategies in partnership with other TS leaders and the Program Management Office to meet TS, Business and Project needs. Develop and direct the implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and procedures to ensure success. Assist staff in the achievement of performance standards while identifying opportunities for continuous improvement. Promote a culture of empowerment, accountability and transparent communication within your team to secure buy-in. Ensuring business and work area plans, goals, initiatives and changes are clearly communicated. Lead the development and implementation of process and operational improvements Allocate resources within the team, ensuring all customer needs are met and work streams are scheduled in line with business priorities. Participate in the SDLC with a focus on quality, planning, testing, implementation and the production acceptance processes. Ensure effective processes are in place for a successful transition to operational service for all on-boarded applications and that the application portfolio and associated systems are kept current and accurate. Work with Business and Technology stakeholders to ensure all release artifacts including Business and Systems requirements, High-level and Low-level designs, unit tests, test cases and executions results, and production implementation plans are created and maintained. About You The ideal candidate for this IT Director position will have a strong background in leading technical teams, acting as a coach and guide, while also being an effective advocate for their team and a partner for other Technology Services and city groups. Our Ideal Candidate has: 5+ years of management/supervisory level experience in one or more of the following technical environments: Application Development Application Support/Maintenance Quality Assurance Systems and/or Business Analysis 5+ years of managerial experience employing formalized employee Performance Management metrics/systems (Annual Reviews) Experience managing an IT organization consisting of at least 10 technical professionals/technicians Demonstrable experience in leading teams to success Experience managing budgets of $2 million or more Proven skills in leading and managing professional and technical staff within the context of managing multiple projects with multiple deadlines We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Business, or a related field. Experience: Five (5) years of experience managing information technology teams or projects at the type and level of the IT Manager or higher. Education & Experience: Two (2) years of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. About Everything Else Job Profile CI2789 IT Director To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $126,841.00 - $202,946.00 Starting Pay $130,000 - $150,000 Agency Technology Services The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 26, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job Denver International Airport is the 20th-busiest airport in the world and the 5th-busiest airport in the United States, serving over 69 million passengers last year and generating more than $33.5 billion for the region annually. DEN is the largest and newest commercial airport in the United States and consists of 15 million square feet of built environment. ​ Denver International Airport (DEN) is hiring an Airport Emergency Dispatcher (AED) to join our Communications Center team. The Airport Emergency Dispatcher (AED) job duties encompass four principal functions: (1) emergency/ non-emergency Call Taking, (2) Providing Information, (3) Dispatching, and (4) Using Resources and Equipment. Call Taking Obtains complete, accurate and appropriate information from calling party Communicates effectively with various types of "difficult" callers (emotionally upset, abusive, nuisance, non-English speaking, TDD, intoxicated, mentally unstable, speech-impaired, children, elderly) Summarizes (in written form) incidents, descriptions and other information obtained from callers using clear, concise and appropriate language in an organized, complete and accurate manner Providing Information Determines what information, if any, should be provided to the public, other agencies, and the media Explains departmental policies and procedures, and legal processes to the public, other agencies, and the media Advises citizens of appropriate actions to take in various emergency and non-emergency calls for service Dispatching Determines appropriate personnel and resources to dispatch to incidents Communicates effectively with field units, verbally and in written form (e.g., broadcasting, receiving, and exchanging information) Directs and coordinates appropriate field unit response Initiates and coordinates allied agency response, when appropriate Monitors, coordinates and accurately updates status information regarding field units and incidents Using Resources and Equipment Uses appropriate automated data bases (e.g., vehicle, criminal history, driver license, wants and warrants, stolen property, gun, and various specialized data bases) and reference materials (codes, wanted lists, directories, manuals, etc.) to obtain or accurately update information Uses telephone system and related equipment, radio broadcasting equipment, closed circuit television equipment, alarm monitoring system, and/or computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system properly when receiving and dispatching calls for service About You It takes a special person to meet the demands of public safety communications. It requires having to do several things at once, sometimes during life-threatening situations. A slow or improper response to a call can results in serious injury or further harm. The position requires maintaining composure, and keeping emotions in check, even in very difficult and emotionally charged situations. We are looking for a dispatcher that can perform effectively under adverse conditions, 'bounce back' from negative situations, perform duties under extreme pressure without delay, conduct himself/herself ethically and morally on and off duty, have the ability to listen while at the same time perform various tasks, and operate dispatching equipment. You will work in a 24/7/365 Public Safety Answering Point that operates in a high visibility and accountability environment, interacting with many different people on a daily basis, often at the same time. This position is also the first step to becoming an Airport Communications Specialist and a great place to grow in the aviation community. In addition the ideal candidate would have the following: Degree in Criminal Justice, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Science Technology, Aviation Management or a related field. One or more years of experience in an emergency services environment. One of more years of experience in a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP). Possession of Communications Training Officer (CTO) certification (APCO, NENA, or PSAP agency developed) Completion of basic public-safety telecommunication training course (APCO, NENA, or PSAP agency developed) ICS 100, 200, 700, and 800 We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Requirement: Graduation from high school or the possession of a GED, HiSET or TASC Certificate. Experience: Two years of public contact experience dealing with individual problems and applying policies, procedures, and/or legal guidelines; or two years of experience in call taking or dispatching for emergency services. Equivalency: Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. Licensure: Must pass an initial pre-security clearance screening to obtain an OSN (Operator Security Number) from CBI (Colorado Bureau of Investigation) through successful completion of a certification as a condition of employment. Must take and pass an online test every two years to maintain certification. FBI Background Check: FBI criminal background check is required for all positions at Denver International Airport (DEN). Employees are also required to report any felony convictions and/or moving violations to maintain this clearance and be eligible for continued employment. By position, a pre-employment physical/drug test may be required. Shift Work / Snow Duties / Emergency Incidents: this position does require shift work as DEN is a 24/7/365 operation (includes nights, weekends and holidays). Mandatory extended/additional shifts can be required. Additionally, this position is required to work mandatory snow duties, which vary and can include nights, weekends and holidays. About Everything Else Job Profile CA2810 Airport Emergency Dispatcher To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $24.06 - $35.13 Starting Pay Based on Education and Experience Agency Denver International Airport The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 26, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job This posting will accept applications until October 11th. Please apply as soon as possible. About Denver Human Services (DHS) At Denver Human Services (DHS), we are creating an extraordinary human services organization that is equipped to carry out our vision of a healthy community where every person is connected, supported, safe, and well. We are excited to announce that we are seeking the next member of our Executive Management Team who will join us in leading DHS in achieving this vision, which we call Human Together. Currently, DHS serves one in three Denvervites, about a quarter million people, in the moments that matter most. We are driven every day to serve our community with integrity, kindness, and respect, and to seek out new ideas and opportunities so that over time we can prevent more people from needing our services in the first place. Our 1100+ member workforce is our most important resource, and we embrace a values-driven culture focused on creating the conditions for our staff and partners to be bold in our thinking and achieve big results for our community. We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic leader to serve in the role of Deputy Executive Director of Community Impact and Strategic Planning. Reporting directly to the Executive Director of DHS, the Deputy Executive Director of Community Impact and Strategic Planning will guide and direct the agency's Community Impact, Strategic Planning and Marketing and Communications functions. This position will supervise the Marketing and Communications and Strategic Planning teams. Specific responsibilities include: Ensuring that our DHS strategic vision, Human Together, drives the vision and plans for the Marketing and Communications team, specifically, as well as all of our work. Partnering with other DHS executives, directors, and managers in the continuing development and implementation of the agency's strategic planning, while integrating the perspectives of policy makers and elected officials into plans. Developing annual and multi-year marketing, communications, and public information plans for the department, including those with a citywide reach to achieve the objectives of our Human Together vision. Overseeing the development and management of the budget for the Marketing and Communications and strategic planning teams, including the use of external communications consultants. Proactively identifying opportunities to position Denver Human Services and its staff as thought and action leaders before the media, government officials, and key stakeholders locally, statewide, and within the field as a whole. This division collaborates with other leaders in Denver Human Services to define and coordinate new and creative ways to deepen our engagement with our community and increase the impact of our work. Serving as a member of the Executive Management Team for DHS as an active participant in department-wide planning, priorities and decisions impacting the entire agency. Cultivating, fostering, and maintaining positive working relationships with colleagues within DHS, members of the press, government agencies, community and business groups, and legislative officials. Representing DHS in meetings with elected and/or appointed officials and other city entities. Serving as a city representative with a variety of public, business, and community organizations and fostering collaborative relationships to the benefit of the organization and those we serve. Providing servant leadership and direction to his/her managers, and staff members to ensure the continued development and management of the organization and establish effective decision-making processes that support DHS's mission and vision. Engaging with his/her staff at all levels to ensure that their perspectives are understood, and their voices are heard. Maintaining external awareness, monitoring conditions, trends, innovations, and practices that may have implications for DHS and incorporating systems thinking to help lead change that supports continuous improvement. While the full pay range of this Job Classification is $113,875.00 - $182,200.00, our target hiring salary for this position is $135,000.00 - $145,000.00, depending on education, experience and qualifications About You We are actively seeking a candidate who is: A proven strategic and visionary thinker with a passion for poverty reduction, human services, and social impact issues who actively seeks out new ideas and will proactively seek innovative solutions and strategic opportunities to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of DHS's service model and organizational culture. A strategic and established leader with superior team management and relationship building skills who seeks to support a culture of learning, engagement, and trust; has a systemic approach for developing and executing robust strategies to achieve them. An effective leader who builds strong relationships with staff and creates a positive work environment in which all staff are motivated to do their best by providing clear, challenging, and attainable goals and outcomes that are measured against both qualitative and quantitative standards. A nimble and flexible leader who is able to chart a course yet open to adapt in order to achieve goals. A collaborative partner who proactively seeks and understands the needs and expectations of multiple customers and stakeholders and views the organization and its services from the customer's point of view. An experienced public speaker who is comfortable delivering clear, organized, and persuasive messages to internal and external stakeholders, to groups of various sizes, including addressing the media on behalf of the organization. Has a proven track record of successfully driving and implementing sustainable change at a cultural and systemic level. Experience leading or participating in multi-year strategic planning and organizational development plans. Preferred Knowledge: Subject-matter expertise or significant knowledge of policy and practice in fields such as human services, poverty alleviation, education, public health, early childhood, behavioral health, family engagement, or other related fields; experience in long-rage financial planning; familiarity with facilities management; and knowledge of best practices and emerging trends and models. Master's Degree preferred We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education requirement: Bachelor's Degree in a related field based on a specific position(s). Experience Requirement: Three (3) years of management level work experience which must have included managing subordinate supervisors. One (1) year of management experience must include budget and fiscal oversight responsibility, evaluation of business processes, and policy and decision-making experience with planning and organizing multiple programs, projects, operations or functions. Education/Experience Equivalency: Two (2) years of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. License/Certifications: Requires a valid Driver's License at the time of application. About Everything Else Job Profile CA1769 Executive To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $113,875.00 - $182,200.00 Starting Pay $135,000.00 - $145,000.00 Agency Denver Human Services The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 26, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job This posting will accept applications until October 4th. Please apply as soon as possible. About Denver Human Services Denver Human Services provides assistance benefits and protection and prevention services to one in three Denver residents. Assistance programs include food, cash and medical benefits, child care, child support, employment first, veterans' services and general assistance for eligible Denver residents. Protection & Prevention services are provided via child, youth and adult protection, along with community-focused programming, including in-home services, designed to strengthen families and prevent future occurrences of abuse or neglect. About Protection & Prevention Denver Human Services works to protect Denver's children, youth, adults, and elders by providing services and advocacy while promoting family stability, respecting diversity, and working to create and strengthen connections to community resources. We work to prevent abuse by providing education, resources, and support to parents, families, and community organizations. Denver Human Services is seeking a passionate and impactful individual to serve as a Social Case Worker on the Foster Care team within the Child Welfare Services division. In this role, you would be responsible for certifying homes for foster care and adoption as well as providing ongoing in-home support to certified foster parents. The ideal candidate must have excellent organizational skills needed to perform the numerous tasks related to home certification. Excellent engagement skills are needed to effectively support foster parents and to be able to elicit sensitive and personal information from applicants under consideration. Good writing is an essential component. The position requires little to no Court participation. However, the ability to work with other disciplines and service providers is crucial. Additionally, the Foster Care Social Case Worker: Performs case management activities involving less complex problems/cases, assesses individual and family needs, develops appropriate service and/or treatment plan, and provides counseling, referral, and placement services. Limited-to-no Court involvement in cases. Advocates for, and supports, foster families providing care to vulnerable children. Provides structure and regulatory advisement to foster parents. Conducts initial needs assessment, ascertains nature and extent of complaint and severity of problems, and interviews defined clients and/or family members to elicit information to determine client's/family's medical, employment, economic, educational, and emotional history. Evaluates client's needs, interest, motivation, and pattern of responsibility, reviews case records for client and family profiles, socio-economic history, previous treatment and services experience, and/or special problems and needs, and reviews and discusses case, problems, prognosis, behavior patterns, and needed services with a supervisor or other senior level staff. Develops and implements a treatment plan that provides a variety of social services and referrals to meet social, behavioral, medical, and/or psychological needs, recommends and refers clients to appropriate support agencies and programs, and provides continuous counseling and crisis intervention to achieve objectives. Establishes, maintains, and coordinates services and activities with relevant community agencies, monitors and evaluations activities of agencies contracted to provide a variety of social services, and evaluates progress of placements and/or other services. Represents the Department in accordance with Volume 7 and city rules and regulations. Prepares case records, reports, and documents and compiles with state and federal standards in providing case notes, treatment plans, and evaluations. Performs other related duties as assigned. This position requires an online assessment or test. Once you complete your application, if you meet the qualification for the position you will receive an email from AssessmentTeam@denvergov.org with a link to the assessment or test. We recommend that you add AssessmentTeam@denvergov.org to your safe sender list. If you do not receive the email within 30 minutes of applying, please contact AssessmentTeam@denvergov.org . NOTE: Please attach your unofficial transcripts and list of references to your application in the required attachment section. About You Our ideal candidate will have/be: Certified by the Colorado Child Welfare Academy A SAFE Home Study certification Bilingual proficiency Superior organizational and time-management skills High quality communications skills, both written and verbal The flexibility and fluidity to fulfill multiple roles We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Baccalaureate Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Guidance and Counseling, or a closely related field. Experience: One (1) year of professional social case work experience. Equivalency: No substitution of experience for education is permitted. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for experience requirements. Licensure and/or Certification: Possession of a valid driver's license at the time of application. About Everything Else Job Profile CA2686 Social Case Worker To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $51,133.00 - $81,813.00 Starting Pay Based on education and experience Agency Denver Human Services Assessment Requirement Social Case Worker The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 26, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job We encourage you to apply as soon as possible because this posting may close without advanced notice. Denver Economic Development and Opportunity (DEDO) is leading an inclusive and innovative economy for all Denver residents, businesses, and neighborhoods. We work to ensure that everyone in the community benefits from a vibrant economy through thoughtful business development efforts, job creation and advancement opportunities, entrepreneur and small businesses support, and by improving neighborhood conditions while preserving the culture and character of Denver's neighborhoods experiencing significant change. We are seeking a Community Finance Specialist to serve as DEDO's loan underwriter and nonprofit partner. The Community Finance Specialist will provide direct support to the Neighborhood Equity and Stabilization Team (NEST) within DEDO by identifying successful project opportunities, acting as the NEST underwriting specialist for those opportunities, and maintaining vendor and community relationships to ensure successful, long-term relationships and outcomes. This work will also focus on building collective and impactful partnerships within DEDO and across city agencies to ensure DEDO continues to lead in the effort of creating an inclusive and innovative economy. This role will be responsible for the underwriting and risk-assessment strategies for NEST, partner with the Business Development underwriting staff to ensure consistency and efficiencies and cross-divisional projects, and partner closely with DEDO Finance to enhance the loan strategy and funding efforts of the agency. The position will be the lifeblood for many of Denver's community partners, providing expertise, analysis, information, and follow-up on DEDO's numerous funding programs. Finally, this role will get to use his/her expertise in finance, banking, underwriting, and credit analysis in order to work closely with nonprofit and community partners to truly make a difference to those in need - this role is a key component of DEDO's equity and inclusion work. Responsibilities include: Performs underwriting due diligence in a timely manner of major complex development, catalytic projects/real estate transactions and Public Facilities & Improvements (PF&I) projects by reviewing the application package and other relevant documents/information associated with the project requesting financing. Will recommend to approve or decline the request to NEST Director and/or Executive management based on the outcome of the evaluation. Schedule and perform loan closings and workouts as necessary to fulfill the contracting requirements of any approved projects. Become a subject matter expert for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-HUD) rules and regulations in order to analyze, advise, research, and communicate potential deals or existing challenges that may arise. Become familiar with compliance requirements for deals within your portfolio. Performs due diligence to amend/revise terms of existing loans as requested by contractor/borrower/other funders, fulfilling full/partial releases of liens, exchange of collateral, extension of maturity dates, subordination requests, etc. Be actively involved in the annual public notice of funding application/evaluation/contract process. This process is for the funding of Denver's non-profit organizations providing public service to specific target neighborhoods to low income individuals and businesses. Act as the financial reviewer for this process. Serve as a Community Development Representative for assigned contracts. Review the numerous documents such as budget summary, budget narrative, insurance coverage, SAM registration, draft/prepare the Scope of Services and work closely with the Contract Administrator to process the contract request. Monitor and follow-up the progress until the contract has been fully executed and ensure funds are drawn down in a timely manner. Monitor contractor(s) to ensure they are meeting their objectives and performance targets as negotiated/agreed. Provide support as needed. Develop relationships and a strong knowledge of the issues in at least two vulnerable communities. Identify community voices and ensure their voices are heard and represented in CCD processes. Other projects as assigned/delegated. About You Our Ideal Candidate has: Good analytical ability to perform financial and risk analysis by evaluating factors such as program requirements, project budgets, operating expenses, projections, market studies, title work associated with loans - specifically Public Facilities & Improvements (PF&I) transactions. Experience providing technical assistance to developers, contractors and staff involved regarding program requirements and processes. Knowledge and technical competency in interpreting the Federal and/or other governmental regulations, compliance issues and specific requirements of the agency's programs. Banking / Underwriting experience - preferably for a nonprofit or community-based organization. Highly creative and innovative in structuring transactions in desirable community development projects. Ability to work independently and make sound judgments and recommendations on the proposed development projects requesting financing. Flexibility in understanding and evaluating contract language or developer/contractor/other funders or individuals involved with the overall process of the community development project. An interest in, and desire to, help vulnerable communities in Denver. Outgoing, friendly manner to allow effective community engagement. Experience working in or with municipal or other government agencies. Demonstrated commitment to social justice and equity. An understanding of public policy, political processes, and of the nonprofit and small business community. Strength in analyzing both data and policy to drive decisions. A high moral and ethical compass. Excellent communication, writing, research, analytical, organizational, interpersonal, time-management and multi-tasking skills. The ability to take initiative, prioritize duties, pay close attention to detail, work independently and under pressure to meet specific deadlines. We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business Administration, or a related field. Experience: Three (3) years of full performance, professional level experience overseeing and administering functional or operational aspects of fiscal business operations. Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. About Everything Else Job Profile CV2310 Fiscal Administrator I To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $73,239.00 - $117,182.00 Starting Pay $75,000 - $90,000 Agency Denver Economic Development & Opportunity The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 24, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job Application Process: We encourage you to apply as soon as possible because this posting may close without notice. We are also recruiting for a Judicial Assistant III as a Rover. If you are interested, please check out the job posting: https://denver.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/CCD-denver-denvergov-CSC_Jobs-Civil_service_jobs-Police_Jobs-Fire_Jobs/job/Lindsey-Flanigan-Courthouse-Floor-01/Judicial-Assistant-III---Rover---Denver-County-Court_R0031963 . If you are interested in both, please make sure to apply to both. The Denver County Court (DCC) is seeking a Judicial Assistant III to join the Criminal Division. The DCC The mission of Denver County Court is to administer justice fairly, efficiently and effectively; provide excellent customer service, and foster a positive environment where employees enjoy their work. The City and County of Denver's third branch of government is comprised of 18 judges, 3 full-time magistrates, and 300 staff members. Case types include state, civil, small claims, traffic, criminal, and other general sessions cases within the City and County of Denver. The Denver County Court proudly serves the community and continually seeks ways to incorporate procedural fairness and evidence-based practices. The Division The General Sessions and Criminal Division is a fast-paced environment serving many customers with complex legal matters. We are committed to helping people, creating and maintaining an accurate court record, and providing support services to the Judicial Officers. Our employees value customer service, knowledge, engagement, and teamwork. The leadership team works collaboratively to support the mission of the Court and its employees. The Job As a Judicial Assistant III you can expect to: Support a Judge within a courtroom. If your assigned Judge changes courtrooms, your position will follow your Judge to their new rotation. Provide excellent and unbiased customer service in a high-volume division to all who visit the court Support procedural fairness. Maintain detailed and confidential records, manage all courtroom activities and functions, and act as liaison between defendants, court personnel and the judicial officer . Enter your Judge's orders and findings in the case record in real time during Court, keeping pace with the proceedings as each case is called. Represent your judicial officer and the court in a positive and professional manner as the face of your courtroom. Become a process and operations expert, and find proactive solutions when available. Occasionally adjust work hours as needed for trials, hearings, or heavy dockets. About You The ideal candidate will have integrity and a strong commitment to public service. Additionally, the ideal candidate will have the following: Self-starter, high level problem-solving skills, ability to multi-task Curiosity to learn and understand complex court processes, with a high attention to detail Kindness, compassion, and a high regard for people Desire to work with a small team, accepting and providing assistance to others as needed Experience with customer de-escalation and conflict management Proficiency with computers, typing Paralegal experience and/ or court specific knowledge Strong written and oral communication skills Bilingual, Spanish preferred We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Graduation from high school or the possession of a GED, HiSET or TASC Certificate. Experience: Three (3) years of clerical experience, of which two (2) years of experience must have been in court, law enforcement or legal setting. Equivalency: A combination of appropriate education and experience may be substituted for the education and experience requirements with the exception of the two years of experience in court, law enforcement or legal setting. License and Certifications: Must be able to pass an initial pre-security clearance screening and maintain CBI (Colorado Bureau of Investigation) certification as a condition of employment. Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment. To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the multiple attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Resume Cover Letter About Everything Else Job Profile CC2317 Judicial Assistant III To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $23.71 - $34.62 Starting Pay $23.71 - $31.89/ hour based on experience and education Agency Denver County Court The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 24, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job Application Process: We encourage you to apply as soon as possible because this posting may close without notice. We are also recruiting for a Judicial Assistant III to support one of our Judicial Officers. If you are interested, please check out the job posting. https://denver.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/CCD-denver-denvergov-CSC_Jobs-Civil_service_jobs-Police_Jobs-Fire_Jobs/job/Downtown-Denver/Judicial-Assistant-III---Denver-County-Court_R0031739 . If you are interested in both, please make sure to apply to both. The Denver County Court is seeking a Judicial Assistant III - Rover- to join the Criminal Division. The mission of Denver County Court is to administer justice fairly, efficiently and effectively; provide excellent customer service; and foster a positive environment where employees enjoy their work. The City and County of Denver's third branch of government is comprised of 18 judges, 3 Full-time magistrates, and 300 staff members to serve your judicial needs for civil, small claims, traffic and criminal cases occurring within our great City. The Denver County Court proudly serves the community and continually seeks ways to provide greater access and procedural fairness to citizens. The Criminal Division is a fast-paced environment serving many customers with complex legal matters. We are committed to helping people, creating and maintaining an accurate court record, and providing support services to the Judicial Officers. Our employees value customer service, knowledge, engagement, and teamwork. The leadership team works collaboratively to support the mission of the Court and its employees. The Judicial Assistant rovers have the opportunity to experience the entire Criminal Division, by training and working in every courtroom. They work with every judge, and process case records at all charge levels, from municipal to felony, and at all stages, from arraignment to trial. As they gain knowledge and experience, they can also become valuable trainers in our Court. As a Judicial Assistant III, you can expect to: Provide excellent and unbiased customer service in a high-volume division to all who visit or contact the Court Maintain detailed and confidential records, manage daily courtroom activities and functions, and act as liaison between defendants, attorneys, and the Judicial Officer Process cases as they are called in open court Ensure motions and orders are promptly processed and communicated to all parties Occasionally adjust work hours as needed for courtroom coverage About You The ideal candidate will have integrity and a strong commitment to public service. Additionally, the ideal candidate will have/be the following: Self-motivated to continually expand your knowledge of Court processes and concepts, and interested in sharing what you have learned Demonstrate flexibility towards daily assigned duties Enjoy working with a diverse team of colleagues and Judicial Officers Apply a critical eye to procedure improvement Comfortable learning new software and understanding complex processes Prior professional courtroom experience is preferred Spanish language skills are a plus We realize your time is valuable, so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Graduation from high school or the possession of a GED, HiSET or TASC Certificate. Experience: Three (3) years of clerical experience, of which two (2) years of experience must have been in court, law enforcement or legal setting. Equivalency: A combination of appropriate education and experience may be substituted for the education and experience requirements with the exception of the two years of experience in court, law enforcement or legal setting. To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the multiple attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Resume Cover Letter About Everything Else Job Profile CC2317 Judicial Assistant III To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $23.71 - $34.62 Starting Pay $23.71 Agency Denver County Court The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 24, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job This job application will close on Thursday, October 8th at 11:59 PM. Please apply as soon as possible in order to be considered. The Office of Sign Language Services is housed within the Agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships (HRCP). We are currently seeking a Deaf Programs Specialist to join our team. The Agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships (HRCP) is the umbrella agency for nine offices and one division, which all offer distinct services related to empower the community's diverse groups. This agency creates opportunities for innovation to take root in local government and throughout the community in order to impact local challenges. HRCP is the model of inclusiveness, recognizing that diverse perspectives, skills, and resources strengthen the foundation for lasting solutions. The Office of Sign Language Services mission is to create access for Deaf, DeafBlind and hard of hearing people to Denver government programs, services, and events by: Providing sign language interpreting/CART (Communication Access Real-time Translation) services and Assistive Listening Devices to Denver government agencies upon request Educating and consulting with City and County of Denver employees regarding their responsibility under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act to provide access to the Deaf, DeafBlind, and hard of hearing public; Informing members of the Deaf, DeafBlind, and hard of hearing communities of and engaging them in Denver City/County government affairs. Providing information and referrals. The Deaf Program Specialist will: Handle all aspects of scheduling interpreters and CART providers for Denver government requests. Train City employees on Deaf community, culture, language and/or role of the interpreter/CART provider. Assist with outreach to the Deaf, DeafBlind, and hard of hearing communities. Provide information and referral on programs and services for Deaf, DeafBlind and hard of hearing communities. Provide sign language interpreting for Denver government programs, services, and events if needed. Deaf and/or hard of hearing Individuals are strongly encouraged to apply. About You The ideal candidate will have integrity and a strong commitment to public service, as well as the below qualifications: Experience within the Deaf, DeafBlind and/or hard of hearing communities Knowledge of the Deaf, DeafBlind, and hard of hearing communities, resources, and programs Experience in an office setting coordinating and scheduling meetings/interpreters Tech Savvy; will be creating and editing text to ASL videos, managing social media presence for the Office of Sign Language Services, utilizing multiple software programs, etc. Strong ability to multi-task, prioritize, and work under pressure Exceptional organizational skills Strong communication skills - Fluent in written English and ASL Strong outreach skills Strong interpreting skills a plus Legal interpreting training a plus We realize your time is valuable, so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree. Experience: One (1) year of experience in a wide variety of settings providing interpreting services to the deaf community Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. Licensure & Certification: Requires a valid Driver's License at the time of application. Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment. To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the multiple attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Resume Cover Letter About Everything Else Job Profile CA2589 Interpreter Sign Language To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $25.15 - $36.72 Starting Pay Based on education and experience Agency Human Rights & Community Partnership The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 24, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job The secret is out: Denver is the nation's top place to live, work, and play. Being the best place to live isn't easy; maintaining such a reputation means we need the best people working for the residents of Denver. People who want to make a difference; people who want to give back; people who want to be at the heart of this city and have a hand in creating our future. When you join us, you will employ your unique skills to do important and meaningful work critical to the success of both your organization and the city as a whole. Be a part of the city that you love. #WhereDenverWorks For more information about our hiring process including ADA resources, assessments and testing, pre-employment, and onboarding, click here . Diversity and inclusion are cornerstones of our values at the City and County of Denver. We recognize that diversity and inclusion are critical to developing a talented, high-performing workforce and are committed to providing a supportive work environment in which all of our employees can thrive and reach their full potential. We strive to maintain a culture that attracts, develops and retains a diverse workforce that closely mirrors the residents of our community. We learn from and respect the cultures in which we operate and value the uniqueness of individual talents, experiences and ideas. Denver Department of Finance is looking to fill a Data Analytics internship in their administration office. This position will involve a high level of analytical, problem-solving skills, data analysis, understanding of workflow, and data management. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to experience: Engaging in technical research and data analytic projects Troubleshoot and validate data to identify trends, issues, and metrics to improve performance Working with structured and unstructured data sets to create standardized reports Interpret and present data findings creatively in a variety of automated formats (i.e. PowerBI or Tableau) Additional analytical projects utilizing data mining, ETL processes and warehousing Other mandatory documentation required to be considered for this position: Current college transcripts (official or unofficial) About You Our ideal candidate will have/be: Current enrollment in a college program in Economics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Data Analytics or a related field Strong analytical skills Experience with forecasting and regression analysis High attention to detail Working knowledge of SQL, Python or similar programs Previous experience with statistical analysis programs such as R or Stata Ability to work with all levels of an organization We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education Requirement: Current enrollment in an accredited college program leading to a certificate, licensure, associates, bachelor's, or higher degree in Science, technology, engineering, mathematics or closely related field, or a recent graduate (completed specified program within 1 year of completion). Experience: None Education and Experience Equivalency: No substitution of experience for education is permitted License/Certification Requirement: May require a valid Driver's License at the time of application Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment About Everything Else Job Profile TA3182 Professional Technical Intern To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Oncall Position Salary Range $19.95 - $22.46 Starting Pay $19.95 - $22.46 per hour Agency Department of Finance The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 21, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job This position will accept applications until 11:59PM Monday, Sept 28th, 2020. This is a part time, grant funded position. The position is funded through 6/15/2021 but there is a possibility that this may be extended. This position will be working approximately 25 hours/week. The Mission of the Denver District Attorney's Office is to professionally and completely prosecute crimes and investigate potential crimes on behalf of the people of the State of Colorado, and in doing so, do justice, advocate for victims' rights and advise and consult in the deterrence and prevention of crime; to ensure the open, evenhanded and humane administration of justice. The office employs approximately 100 attorneys and 150 support staff, who are responsible for more than 6,000 felony and 12,000 misdemeanor prosecutions annually. The elected District Attorney is the chief law enforcement officer in the City and County of Denver, and is responsible for the prosecution of violations of Colorado State Laws. The current Denver District Attorney is Beth McCann. The Outreach worker will be part of the Elder and At Risk Unit, housed within the Economic Crimes Unit of the Denver District Attorney's Office. The Outreach Specialist ("OS") will work closely with the other members of this Unit (Director, Investigator, Victim Advocate and Outreach Coordinator - Volunteer). The Unit already has an extensive outreach program to seniors, other community members and professionals within the City and County of Denver. The role of the OS will be to increase the reach of this program and to continue to develop the community interaction of the office. Applicants with fluency in one or more languages other than English will be preferred for this position. The responsibilities for this position are as follows: To develop a network and database of contacts within community based groups, local non-profits and other advocacy groups whose mission is to work with senior groups and other vulnerable populations across the City and County of Denver. To develop opportunities for outreach and increase the number of community groups partnering with the District Attorney's Office to prevent crime and educate the community, specifically more vulnerable populations; To develop and deliver regular presentations about fraud and scam protection to senior communities; To provide outreach and gather information on predatory practices existing within these communities; To refer individual consumer complaints for review to the Intake Division of Economic Crimes Unit where there is questionable or fraudulent behavior, and to work with the at-risk investigator as required; To provide and connect vulnerable victims to resources available, working in tandem with the Elder Victim Advocate. To foster meaningful connections within the community that ensure a level of trust in the DA's office as a safe haven to report crime. To develop opportunities and provide presentations at outreach destinations on other pertinent issues (Notario Fraud, Wage Theft) that are targeted to vulnerable populations. To collaborate on community events that reinforce and sustain the collaboration between advocacy groups, vulnerable populations and the Denver District Attorney's Office. To develop and create Spanish language outreach documents, and to build a database for distribution of outreach materials to this audience. Keep all records in relation to the grant-funded position, including data on outreach events, outreach documents created, and individual referrals gained through the position; to write quarterly reports to update on the progress of the grant; To work collaboratively with CFPI (Consumer Financial Protection Initiative) to provide referrals and be a resource for CFPI partner agencies. To attend meetings with CFPI and OFE (Office of Financial Empowerment) as needed; Occasional weekend and evening work may be required to provide services to community groups meeting out of hours Must be competent in Microsoft office, PowerPoint, and familiar with the basics of projection and presentation. Flexible, creative and enthusiastic personality, who is keen to build new programs, make new connections and involve the community meaningfully with the DA's Office through outreach. About You Our ideal candidate will have the following: Fluent in one or more languages other than English Competent in Microsoft Office programs Excellent relationship building We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Graduation from high school or the possession of a GED, HiSET or TASC Certificate. Experience: Three (3) years of clerical experience at the type and level of an Administrative Support Assistant IV. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for two years of the minimum experience requirement, which doesn't allow for substitution for 1 of the 3 years About Everything Else Job Profile DA1190 Operations Assistant To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Oncall Position Salary Range $12.00 - $130,000.00 Starting Pay $24 Agency District Attorney The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 21, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job The Denver City Attorney's Office seeks an Operations Coordinator for the Administration Section of the Department of Law. The Operations Coordinator provides administrative support to attorneys, paraprofessional staff and appointed officials, and works closely with the Section Directors, Assistant Directors, and agency-wide leadership team. The preferred candidate must be a team player, will have the ability to work well in a fast-paced, collaborative environment, have excellent analytical, communication and presentation skills, be able to take projects from inception to completion autonomously and have great customer service skills. The Administration Section of the City Attorney's Office provides full operational support to the City Attorney's Office and handles HR matters, IT issues, financial management, facilities management, and day-to-day operations of the agency. The Denver City Attorney's Office is one of the largest law firms in Colorado, with over 230 attorneys and staff members comprised of paralegals, victim advocates, and other support and supervisory staff members. Clients include the Mayor; the Auditor; the Clerk and Recorder; City Council; and all city agencies, departments, offices, boards, commissions and authorities. The City Attorney's Office is dedicated to providing an inclusive and diverse work environment in which every person has the opportunity to achieve the highest professional and personal development and is accorded the highest degree of dignity and respect. The City and County of Denver's (the City) core values are integrity, transparency, collaboration, mutual respect and support, inclusivity, trust and organizational excellence. The successful candidate must demonstrate these core operating principles and work ethic. Job Responsibilities Include: Coordinate operational and/or administrative programs/functional activities, services, and serves as a liaison and central point of contact between various agency sections, other agencies, customers, vendors/suppliers and other stakeholders Oversee Human Resources function of the agency, including position management in Workday, assistance with recruitment management, employee onboarding, personnel records and actions Assist with procurement function of the agency, including creation and submission of the purchase orders, requisitions for contracts, amendments, and other types of requisitions Administer contract management workflow in Jaggaer - City's Contract Management System Assist with administration of the day-to-day operational activities and functions of the agency, utilizing a high degree of independent judgment and initiative Play IT liaison role between the agency and Technical Services department; determine technology needs, coordinate implementation of the new software within the agency Serve as a technical advisor, provides consultative and technical guidance to city employees/managers and/or other stakeholders, and assist in resolving difficult and sensitive inquiries and complaints Assist with the financial functions of the agency, including but not limited to management of the accounts payable/accounts receivable, inter-agency internal billing, agency's travel arrangements, grant administration, budget projections and preparation Manage agency's fellowship and internship programs Manage agency's Records Management Program, including training of the section liaisons on proper policies and procedures, coordinate between sections and storage facility when needed, ensure policies and procedures are up-to-date Manage Denver Employee Contribution Program Assist with CORA Requests Coordinate, implement, and monitor agency's specific training activities for the program/functional areas of responsibilities, including conducting needs assessments, evaluating training needs and effectiveness, and participating in instruction Develop, write and maintain procedures and guidelines for areas of responsibility Apply administrative principles and practices, including program development, implementation, and evaluation, and project management to ensure efficient workflow of office operations; provide continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality customer service Organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; work independently with little or no direction, set priorities and meet critical time deadlines Prepare a variety of analytical and operational reports, correspondence, and other documentation and provide operational information and statistical data for management/departmental use Communicate with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders: city staff and management, outside agencies, consultants, contractors, and vendors to share information and resolve problems or issues Encourage and facilitate cooperation, pride, and trust, foster commitment and team spirit, and work with others to achieve goals Conduct surveys, compile and analyze trends/data, establish systems for gathering and maintaining information pertinent to the program/functional area, and recommend revisions and/or changes. Perform other duties as assigned About You The ideal candidate is a team player who is passionate about public service, is ethical, has good common sense and sound judgment and demonstrates an ability to collaborate across a variety of internal and external teams and stakeholders. You should want to be part of a dynamic and fluid team of administrative professionals whose primary mission is to facilitate meaningful collaboration and foster operational excellence by providing essential resources for all stakeholders. You must be flexible and fluid at all times. You should thrive in a demanding environment that is constantly changing. You MUST be willing to fill in gaps and pick up additional duties when needed. The Operations Coordinator should possess the following capabilities: Excellent oral and written communication skills. Possesses critical thinking to analyze issues systematically by planning, prioritizing, and organizing work while anticipating and adjusting to changes. Outstanding Project Management Skills Keeps commitments to the team and demonstrates a shared responsibility and focus to ensure objectives and goals are successfully met. Displays resiliency and takes proactive measures to make improvements. Extensive ability to juggle multiple projects simultaneously We realize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you have at least the following minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree. Experience: Three (3) years of paraprofessional experience coordinating programs and/or assisting professional/management staff with administrative or operational functions. Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. About Everything Else Job Profile CA2379 Operations Coordinator To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $54,661.00 - $87,458.00 Starting Pay based on education and experience Agency City Attorney's Office The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 19, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job Denver International Airport is the 20th-busiest airport in the world and the 5th-busiest airport in the United States, serving 64.5 million passengers last year and generating more than $26 billion for the region annually. DEN is the largest and newest commercial airport in the United States and consists of 15 million square feet of built environment. Our plumbing team is responsible for wide range of duties throughout the airport. From day-to-day preventative maintenance, emergency response repair in various environments, facilities, as well as storm drainage systems and sewers. You will be working with a team that uses an extensive selection of equipment to work on large scale plumbing systems. Our schedules offer flexibility with a 4 /10 work week. (10-hour shifts, 4 days per week). Other duties include but are not limited to: Performs preventative maintenance, maintenance and repair work on all plumbing systems and fixtures in accordance to agency or department standards and code requirements. Installs or alters new or upgraded plumbing systems and fixtures for the purpose of construction, tenant finishing or remodeling according to diagram specifications and code requirements. Responds to plumbing service or trouble calls, troubleshoots and provides problem resolution. Inspects, maintains and repairs various types of fire protection systems. Maintains, tests, and installs devices for the prevention of backflow, back siphonage or cross connection. Prepares working sketches and works from blueprints, written, or verbal instructions. Maintains records and prepares daily activity reports. Estimates materials, labor and equipment costs. Assists in the maintenance and repair work in a variety of skilled trades areas. Participates in snow removal duties. About You Are you looking for stability and great benefits? Are you ready to work in a dynamic environment and receive retirement benefits? Are you looking for an organization that will invest in your growth and development? Then we want you! We are looking for dedicated plumbers to work in the dynamic and ever-changing atmosphere of DEN. Commercial or industrial experience is a plus. Experience installing, diagnosing and repairing the following is ideal but not required: Pumps Sewer Mains / Lines Lift Stations Fire Protection Systems We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Graduation from high school or the possession of a GED, HiSET or TASC Certificate. Completion of a state recognized apprentice program for plumbers Requires a valid Driver's License at the time of application Requires a valid Commercial Driver's License (CDL "B") with appropriate endorsements by the end of probation. Requires a valid Journey Plumber's License issued by the State of Colorado at the time of application. Licensure in another state with reciprocity may be accepted in lieu of this requirement, provided that the applicant has Colorado licensure at completion of probation. Additional licenses or certifications that are legally required to perform a specific position's duties and responsibilities may be required at the time of application or by the end of probation depending on the staffing needs of the hiring department or agency. Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment FBI Background Check: An FBI criminal background check is required for all positions at Denver International Airport (DEN). Employees are also required to report any felony conviction and/or moving violations to maintain this clearance / be eligible for continued employment. By position, a pre-employment physical/drug test may be required. Shift Work / Snow Duties / Emergency Incidents: This position requires shift work as DEN is a 24/7/365 operation (includes nights, weekends and holidays). Mandatory extended/additional shifts can be required. Additionally, this position is required to work mandatory snow duties, which vary and can include nights, weekends and holidays. About Everything Else Job Profile CJ2571 Plumber To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $24.19 - $35.32 Starting Pay Based on education and experience Agency Denver International Airport The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 19, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job Please apply as soon as you are able as we will close this position as soon as we receive a sufficient number of qualified candidates. This is a limited position with an expected end date of October 1, 2022. Denver County Court is seeking a Forensic Peer Navigator to join the team at the Probation Division. The experience with the criminal justice system impacts an individual's life in many ways and it is best understood by individuals who have experienced it as a service user. Forensic Peer Navigators will assist individuals involved in the criminal justice system increase treatment engagement and recovery, help support sense of hope and self- empowerment, improve social functioning and overall quality of life, and decrease hospitalizations; thereby decreasing recidivism, incarceration, and involvement in the criminal justice system. The DCC The mission of Denver County Court is to administer justice fairly, efficiently and effectively; provide excellent customer service, and foster a positive environment where employees enjoy their work. The City and County of Denver's third branch of government is comprised of 18 judges, 3 full-time magistrates, and 300 staff members. Case types include state, civil, small claims, traffic, criminal, and other general sessions cases within the City and County of Denver. The Denver County Court proudly serves the community and continually seeks ways to incorporate procedural fairness and evidence-based practices. The Division The Forensic Peer Navigator position is located in the Minoru Yasui Plaza located at 303 W. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80204. The Forensic Peer Navigator team will be compromised of four Forensic Peer Navigators and one Administrative Supervisor. The Forensic Peer Navigators will serve approximately 600 individuals throughout the year. Forensic Peer Navigators will be accessible by Denver County Court's specialty programs and dockets, at a minimum. Currently these include the Helping, Engaging, Motivating (HEM) Program, Wellness Court (a mental health treatment court), Sobriety Court (a DUI Treatment Court), Competency Diversion, Outreach Court, REACH (Resilience, Empowerment, Autonomy, Community, Hope) with an expected launch Fall 2020, and the Mental Health Unit of Probation. The Forensic Peer Navigators will be available for direct connection in courtrooms, able to meet with individuals outside of probation/court, support participants going to treatment agencies and service providers or facilitate transportation or go with participants to treatment agencies/providers, support participants in obtaining and attending intakes, connecting participants to community-based resources for recovery including peer run organizations, and be a bridge between the returning individual and the community. The Job A Forensic Peer Navigator performs outreach and engages individuals involved in the criminal justice system by building relationships using peer recovery support principles and practices. Forensic Peer Navigator will perform advanced level work facilitating linkages within the criminal justice system and across systems to services for individuals who are experiencing life challenges including, but not limited to homelessness, victimization, poverty, unemployment, health conditions, disabilities, mental health conditions, and substance use conditions through knowledge and experience gained by lived experience of successful completion of criminal justice system involvement. Forensic Peer Navigator Supervision is structured by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration's (SAMSHA) 10 Guiding Principles of Recovery, the International Association of Peer Supporters' (iNAPS) National Practice Guidelines for Peer Supporter, the Colorado Combined Core Competencies for Peer Support Specialists/Recovery Coaches/Family Advocates & Systems Navigators. As a Forensic Peer Navigator, you can expect to: Support clients with evidenced based peer support relationships Identify personal strengths and abilities Utilize goal setting methods to identify services, resources, develop timelines, and partners to succeed in self-determined goals Support the client with coaching, education, and advocacy Build relationships with clients using a trauma informed peer support model. Build professional relationships and networks with community resources and service providers across systems for the populations served. Facilitate access to services with knowledge of eligibility and program requirements to ensure expedited and continued services and resources for client to succeed. Identify client's resiliency and risk factors, needs, and barriers to systems and services linkage within the Denver County Court System Role model and teach self-advocacy skills. Provide systems advocacy as determined by client. Ensure client's voice is heard and perspective is included in decision making. Respectfully, facilitate information and bridge communication gaps between client, criminal justice partners, and service providers Respectfully, explore client's personal barriers to completing court requirements and engaging with services Follow up on challenges that arise by encouraging client to take personal responsibility for client identified tasks. Provide feedback transparently and collaborate with client to overcome challenges Document and inform the Court on community needs including service and systems barriers to inform potential revisions of current processes and procedures impacting the individuals served Actively participate in connecting client to services by supporting the clients to make phone calls, accompanying client to resolve transportation barriers, attending court related and community appointments with client, and coordinating services with client in multiple systems as directed by the client with the goal of client empowerment. This may involve client education and advocacy as well as systems navigation Monitor and record data including client participation, connections and outcomes for program evaluation and grant requirements. About You The ideal candidate must be able to provide services with skills and knowledge required by the SAMSHA Core Competencies for Peer Support Specialists/Recovery Coaches and Family Advocates & Systems Navigators. Additionally, the candidate will have the following: Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Exceptional follow-up, teamwork and relationship building skills. Excellent communication skills including knowledge of open-ended questions, active listening, feedback, empathetic listening, and emotional validation. Ability to build rapport and trust, and to inspire hope, empowerment, and positive action. Ability to work effectively on teams and with multi-disciplinary stakeholders and service providers to coordinate client's services and meet their goals. Respectfully, provides insights and awareness to systems professionals concerning the perspectives of clients based on personal and shared experiences. Maintains appropriate boundaries with clients adhering to the International Association of Peer Supporters' National Practice Standards. Ability to maintain appropriate boundaries with clients adhering to the International Association of Peer Supporters' National Practice Standards. Prior service user of the criminal justice system. The ability to relate and connect through shared life experiences with empathy and non-judgement Passion for and experience working with people experiencing marginalization, including: people who use substances, people living with mental health challenges, and people with unstable housing. We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Graduation from high school or the possession of a GED, HiSET or TASC Certificate. Experience: One (1) year of experience providing peer support as a volunteer or professional. Equivalency: No substitution of education for experience is permitted. Requires a valid Driver's License at the time of application. A cover letter is required as part of this application process. Please include in the letter a section highlighting how your experience will assist helping people experiencing marginalization, including: people who use substances, people living with mental health challenges, and people with unstable housing. About Everything Else Job Profile CA3163 Peer Navigator To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Limited (Fixed Term) Position Salary Range $21.05 - $30.73 Starting Pay 21.05 Agency Denver County Court The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 18, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job This position will accept applications until October 1, 2020. This is a limited position with an expected end date of June 30, 2021, though there is the possibility of a 1-year extension to June 30, 2022. Denver's Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) is dedicated to advancing Denver's environmental and public health goals. DDPHE works collaboratively with city, state and community partners to conduct education, community engagement, and enforcement to promote healthy people, healthy pets, and a sustainable environment. DDPHE oversees a number of services related to public health and the environment and is comprised of seven divisions: the Executive Director's Office; Community Health; Public Health Inspections; Denver Animal Protection; the Office of Medical Examiner; and Environmental Quality. The Department's programs are funded from many sources, including the General Fund, Environmental Services Enterprise Fund, state grants, federal grants, private grants, contracts, and donations. For more information on DDPHE's programs and services, visit the DDPHE website at: http://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/environmental-health.html . The Community & Behavioral Health Division promotes population health and health equity by developing, implementing, and evaluating sustainable, evidence-based public health policies, interventions, and systems aimed at improving the health of Denver residents while advancing equity at all levels. The Food in Communities (FIC) project aims to expand equitable access to healthy, affordable, and culturally important foods in communities in Adams, Denver, and Jefferson Counties through food policy, systems and environmental changes. This regional 3-year initiative is being implemented in collaboration with Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) and Tri-County Health Department (TCHD). The goal of the project is to strengthen "complete neighborhood food environments", defined by the Denver Food Vision 2030 as community-defined food resources that provide for the food needs of all community members, integrating the culture and values of each neighborhood (e.g., grocery stores, farmers' markets, school gardens, etc.). We are seeking a passionate and organized person to serve as Community Food Connector for the East Colfax (East Colfax, Montclair, Hale, Congress Park, City Park, and South Park Hill) and West Colfax (West Colfax, Villa Park, Barnum West, Barnum, Sun Valley, and Valverde) neighborhoods, to work in partnership with community members and organizations to support local goals related to food access and food justice, or community food businesses, and action plan and pilot project implementation and evaluation. This person will be a leader in advancing food access (growing food, healthy food, community food businesses), connecting with fellow residents within their neighborhood in partnership with the City and County of Denver to inform food system and policy changes. This position will work on the Food in Communities project within DDPHE and will be working directly with subcontracted public health partners in surrounding counties to address food insecurity and hunger on a regional basis. The FIC (East Colfax/West Colfax) Community Food Connector will: Provide leadership and support to align Food in Communities action plans, pilot projects, and policies with community goals Build strong relationships and collaborate with local organizations, community residents, and city initiatives to support community-led food projects and policies. Be able and available to meet with community members and groups when they are available, some weekend and evening work will be needed. Engage with and listen to diverse community residents and organizations to identify projects and initiatives to support access to healthy, accessible, and culturally important foods Deliver FIC efforts with a lens of racial equity - respecting and including the rich diversity of our city, and working toward designing and correcting policies and projects to create a more equitable system for all Model the values of DDPHE and promote an organizational culture that includes trust, leadership, teamwork, collaboration, respect, and compassion for the perspectives of others; integrity; innovation; and commitment to the personal and professional development of all agency staff Duties and responsibilities of this position include: Lead quarterly report writing and implementation plan documentation of deliverables for the FIC grant and related efforts. Analyze grant program data, identify problem areas, trends, and related factors that impact a program, and prepare comprehensive reports of findings including solutions and recommendations for upper management. Provide grant management and administrative support for Food in Communities, lead meetings, financial and budget management and contracting, ensuring DDPHE is meeting deadlines, requirements, and budgets. Assist in seeking funding and financial support for community-led food projects, policies, and programs. Investigates sources of healthy food access and food business funding, assist in writing grants for Food in Communities. Work with local health department partners at DDPHE and TCHD aka Regional Planning Committee to: Participates in administration, and day to day contracting duties of the Food in Communities project. Conduct administrative tasks such as taking meeting minutes and drafting summary reports, and reporting to grantors. Develops regional assessment tools, evaluations, surveys and other resources. Along with all department staff, this position will actively participate on an emergency preparedness and response team to support DDPHE's responsibilities outlined in the City's Emergency Operations Plan. This may require being 'on-call' from time to time to help respond to emergencies. Additional training commensurate with assigned duties will be provided. Other duties as required. About You Our ideal candidate will have: Resident of, strong working relationship with, or local expertise of community members and partners in the neighborhoods of East Colfax and West Colfax in Denver. Knowledgeable and passionate about issues affecting the neighborhoods of East Colfax and West Colfax in Denver and a strong interest in working with diverse communities Fluency speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish, Vietnamese, or Amharic languages strongly preferred. Experience collaborating with diverse stakeholders and community partners to achieve shared goals. Interested in and able to listen and discuss issues affecting the neighborhood and food with diverse residents and organizations. Experience with grant administration, budget administration, monitoring, compliance and reporting. Ability to problem-solve and influence decision-making processes in a diplomatic and collaborative manner. Strong organizational skills and detail-oriented approach to writing, finances, policy, processes and procedures. Strong communication skills, both in person and written, including writing, organizational, and social media. Demonstrate an understanding or willingness to learn about the connections between food programs, policies, environments, and health. Ability to work when the community are available, occasional evening/weekends We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education requirement: Bachelor's Degree in Public Health, or a related filed. Experience Requirement: Three (3) years of experience conducting public health programs or related community health programs. Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. To be considered for this position, you must include a cover letter addressing the below questions/comments. Upload the attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab. As part of the health department, our team is focused on food access and how it relates to other community goals. Please describe what interests you most about this position why you think you would be a good fit for the position. This role involves working closely with diverse of community members, with a wide range of perspectives, needs, and interests. Please describe your experience working with diverse community members, including youth, low-income families, communities of color, and/or older adults. Please describe your connection to the Denver neighborhoods along East Colfax and/or along the Sheridan/West Colfax corridor. The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. Glossary: below are definitions of some terms we use to guide our work: East Colfax focus area: A focus area for the Food in Communities project made up of the following neighborhoods; East Colfax, Montclair, Hale, Congress Park, City Park, and South Park Hill. This focus area crosses the Denver city limits at Yosemite and includes the NW Aurora area. Food Insecurity: defined by the USDA as the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. Food System: the process of how food gets from a farm or ranch to an individual and their family. The food system begins with the land, water, seeds, and tools that farmers and ranchers convert into food. The food system also encompasses the cleaning, moving, processing, repacking, packaging, distributing, selling, and cooking that happens between the farm and the plate. West Colfax focus area: A focus area for the Food in Communities project made up of the following neighborhoods; West Colfax, Villa Park, Barnum West, Barnum, Sun Valley, and Valverde. This focus area crosses the Denver city limits at Sheridan into Jefferson County, and includes parts of Lakewood. About Everything Else Job Profile CE2893 Public Health Administrator To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Limited (Fixed Term) Position Salary Range $68,435.00 - $109,496.00 Starting Pay $68,435 to $88,435 per year depending on education and experience Agency Dept of Public Health & Environment The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 18, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job This posting will accept applications until Thursday, October 1, 2020. Denver's Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) is dedicated to advancing Denver's environmental and public health goals. DDPHE oversees many services related to public health and the environment and is comprised of six divisions: Office of the Executive Director; Community & Behavioral Health; Public Health Inspections; Denver Animal Protection; Office of the Medical Examiner; and Environmental Quality. For more information on DDPHE's programs and services, visit the DDPHE website at: http://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/environmental-health.html . The Environmental Quality division (EQ) manages and reduces environmental risks and liabilities within the City. We aim to protect and improve air, land, and water quality and to provide for the stewardship of the City's natural resources. The division is funded through the Environmental Services Enterprise Fund. Environmental reports, projects and additional information can be found at: http://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/environmental-health/environmental-quality.html . In EQ we are intentional about our workplace culture. Key aspects of our culture are: valuing people for their contributions; communicating with skill, clarity, and respect; practicing self-accountability and leadership; and focus on outcomes that align with the mission and vision of the department and the City. The Environmental Quality Division has an opening for an EMS Senior Program Administrator. This position is nested in the Environmental Management and Operations team (EMO). Information about EMO and what we do can be found here: https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/environmental-health/our-divisions/environmental-quality/environmental-management-systems. EMO's mission is to provide the City with exceptional service and leadership in environmental management. We run programs that meet the City's immediate needs while advancing environmental performance and stewardship. Our work fully integrates with the process and principles of ISO 14001:2015. Although the City's EMS is inward facing, its scope is limited to internal operations of municipal government, we have a big impact. The role of the EMS Senior Program Administrator is to lead the City's ISO 14001-certified Environmental Management System (EMS). The EMS Senior Program Administrator will combine knowledge of the City's management structure and how it functions with knowledge of the ways City operations positively and negatively impact the environment, then deftly apply the principles and procedural requirements expressed in the ISO standard to the City's on-going and future operations. As a municipal government, the City is unique in its observance of an EMS. This presents unique challenges to implementation. The successful EMS Senior Program Administrator will draw on the City's bountiful resources and organizational strengths, the strengths of the EMO team, and, with persuasion, persistence, humility and respect, achieve incremental growth and improvement in the City's environmental performance. This position will perform the following duties: Oversee all administrative components of the EMS program from ensuring records management to planning re-certification audits. Guide the improvement and revision of all primary EMS documentation. Continuously assess and improve the different components of the EMS. Oversee the work of contractors, including the work of the City's third-party registrar. Manage a small program-specific budget, and advise on broader team and division budget priorities. Be the City's chief spokesperson and subject matter expert on all things EMS. Reach-out and partner with dozens of internal stakeholder groups, from City charter departments, to special offices and independent cultural facilities operating under the umbrella of City government. Regularly assess the City environmental aspects. Continuously shape the activities and input to the system to best strengthen it and address weaknesses and vulnerabilities. Host meetings and trainings with specific work groups to help them understand the EMS and adopt best practices. Lead and conduct annual reviews of the EMS with the City's top executive management. Lead internal audits and organize external audits. Lead and supervise support staff within EMO team. Along with all department staff, this position will actively participate on an emergency preparedness and response team to support DDPHE's responsibilities outlined in the City's Emergency Operations Plan. This may require being 'on-call' from time to time to help respond to emergencies. Additional training commensurate with assigned duties will be provided. Other duties that may arise About You The EMO team believes in teamwork and problem solving through sharing knowledge and best practices, achieving together, prioritizing team success over personal accomplishment, and sharing in recognition for great work. The successful EMS Senior Program Administrator must be a true team player, self-accountable, committed to everyone's success, generous with time and expertise. Our ideal candidate will have: Five (5) years of experience working in an organization certified to or seeking certification to the standard. Knowledge of state and federal regulatory frameworks for environmental protection, and three (3) years of experience implementing compliance practices satisfying statutes, laws and regulations. Demonstrated training in the 14001:2015 standard and how it is applied in organizations. Knowledge spanning a broad range of environmental concerns and resource protection practices. Professional maturity in the workplace, self-awareness, and well-developed emotional intelligence. The ability to observe events and conditions in the workplace, respond with intelligence and sensitivity, and aid in problem solving. Leadership and skill in group decision making, including the skill and patience to listen and ask questions. A proven ability to thrive in a team setting, among a diverse group of peers and stakeholders, and to contribute at all times to an atmosphere of inclusiveness and trust. Exceptional writing, editing and presentation skills. Strategic thinking, understanding the broad mission of the organization, and aligning speech and action with the aim of achieving team goals. Demonstrated expertise in complex, program administration and project management in the context of environmental management. We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education requirement: Bachelor's Degree in Physical Science, Engineering or closely related field as required by the specific duties assigned to the position. Experience Requirement: Five (5) years of professional experience conducting scientific research and/or analysis on a variety of environmental issues required by the specific duties assigned to the position. Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. License/Certifications: Requires a valid Driver's License at the time of application. Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment. To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Cover Letter Resume About Everything Else Job Profile CE2895 Environmental Administrator Senior To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $83,601.00 - $133,762.00 Starting Pay $87,000 - $97,000 per year based on education, experience, and qualifications. Agency Dept of Public Health & Environment The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 16, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job Please apply as soon as possible as this posting may close without notice. The Division of Disability Rights (DDR), housed within the Agency of Human Rights & Community Partnerships (HRCP), is currently hiring.We are seeking Programmatic Access Administrator. The Agency of Human Rights & Community Partnerships (HRCP) is the umbrella agency for nine offices and one division, which all offer distinct services related to empower the community's diverse groups. This agency creates opportunities for innovation to take root in local government and throughout the community in order to impact local challenges. HRCP is the model of inclusiveness, recognizing that diverse perspectives, skills, and resources strengthen the foundation for lasting solutions. The Division of Disability Rights (DDR) is responsible for implementing and enforcing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) within City government. Title II of the ADA ensures that individuals with disabilities have equal access and opportunities to all governmental activities, programs and services. DDR also works closely with various community members and groups pertaining to issues related to people living with disabilities. Individuals living with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Under supervision of Disability Rights Division Director, duties would include, but not be limited to the following: Conducts comprehensive needs assessments by auditing and evaluating programmatic access to determine if the program is achieving its objectives. Analyzes program data, identifies actual and potential problem areas, trends, areas of imbalance, and related factors that impact a program, and prepares comprehensive reports of findings including solutions and recommendations for Director of Denver Division of Disability Rights. Makes recommendations related to procedures, guidelines, standards, and policies to achieve programmatic access and determines changes that need to be made in program policies and procedures based on feedback from customers, officials, service providers, and/or community groups. Provides support to and in conjunction with the ADA Coordinator to streamline addressing processes, policies, and complaints relative to the compliant programs and services under the ADA. Responsible for the creation and documentation of policies and procedures related to programmatic access throughout the City. Ensures programs operate in compliance with departmental goals and objectives, pertinent laws, rules, and regulations, monitors federal, state, and/or regional regulatory changes to determine when program rules and regulations need to be revised, and advises service providers, community groups, and clients on changes needed to comply with program criteria. Organizes and applies regulatory standards, procedures, systems and guidelines related to local, state, and federal programmatic accessibility standards. Represents the positions, initiatives and interests with a focus on the delivery of superior customer service; ensures staff is sufficiently knowledgeable and dynamic regarding customer service relating to people with disabilities, protocols, performance expectations and programmatic access standards. Performs other related duties as assigned. About You The ideal candidate will have integrity and a strong commitment to public service. Additionally, the ideal candidate will have/be the following: 4+ years of experience working with ADA Title II or Title III Demonstrated experience working with individuals living with disabilities Experience living with a disability and/or working closely with the disability community. Mindset of service Thoughtful about communicating with varied stakeholders who may need individualized approaches related to their cultural, religious, social characteristics and values. Ability to network and assess the community for barriers to people with disabilities. Able to work with minimum supervision. Ability to write routine reports, assessments and related correspondence. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to identify new opportunities which may facilitate overall program success Ability to prioritize competing tasks. Ability to travel to various sites within the City and County of Denver. We realize your time is valuable, so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration, Management, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, or a related field Experience: Three (3) years of professional or technical level experience organizing the administrative aspects of a program(s) or training program participants and/or volunteers. (Some positions may require experience in a specific program area.) Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the multiple attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Resume Cover Letter answering the following: Why are you interested in this position with DDR? Elaborate on your experience in working with and knowledge of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Please be specific, as we are evaluating your fit for this position. About Everything Else Job Profile CA0938 Program Administrator To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $54,661.00 - $87,458.00 Starting Pay $54,661 - $70,000/year based on education and experience Agency Human Rights & Community Partnership The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 16, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job About Denver Human Services Denver Human Services provides support to one in three Denver residents. We envision a healthy community where people are connected, supported, safe, and well. Our services include food, cash and medical benefits, child support and veteran services, child welfare and adult protection, work opportunities, and more. If you are committed to supporting the health and strength of the community and want to be a part of an engaged workplace, we'd love to work with you! Denver Human Services is seeking a knowledgeable and detail-oriented individual to serve as a Help Desk Technician within the Performance Improvement and Accountability Division (PIAD). In this role, you will provide information security management, incident management, service support, and application support to all DHS users of state systems, primarily the Colorado Benefits Management System (CBMS). You will also be charged with helping customers with client case issues, system issues, issuing password resets, triaging issues via phone with customers, conducting account merges in CBMS, confirming that issues have been resolved and forwarding instances on to the state for review. Additionally, the DHS Help Desk Technician: Performs technical support in a formal or informal help desk setting to users with common hardware and software problems, which includes: logging, troubleshooting, testing, adjusting, resolving, or referring problems to the appropriate Information Technology resource. Acts as a liaison between user group and the Information Technology unit to communicate problems and possible solutions. Maintains technical procedures, documentation, operational instructions and/or project or work order status. Reads and understands technical or other complex materials required for the job. Tests in-house or vendor developed software and software upgrades for user requirements and documents errors or discrepancies for correction. Performs other duties as assigned. About You Our ideal candidate will have: At least one year of experience working with CBMS Merge knowledge Security administration experience Superior customer service skills Strong verbal communication skills The ability to effectively work on a dynamic team and work with other diverse teams We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education requirement: Associate's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Business Administration, Mathematics, or a related field. Experience Requirement: Two (2) years of Information Technology experience performing user support of desktop, legacy systems and/or Information Technology communications systems. Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. License/Certifications: Requires a valid Driver's License at the time of application. About Everything Else Job Profile CI1659 IT Technician II To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $22.41 - $32.72 Starting Pay Based on education and experience Agency Denver Human Services The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 16, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job About Denver Human Services Denver Human Services provides support to one in three Denver residents. We envision a healthy community where people are connected, supported, safe, and well. Our services include food, cash and medical benefits, child support and veteran services, child welfare and adult protection, work opportunities, and more. If you are committed to supporting the health and strength of the community and want to be a part of an engaged workplace, we'd love to work with you! The Financial Services Division (FSD) of Denver Human Services (DHS) is excited to hire a Contract Administration Supervisor to support the Contracting Services unit. We are seeking highly skilled team players with exceptional organizational skills to perform supervisory duties in contracts pertaining to Human Services operations. The Contract Administration Supervisor performs professional and supervisory work over staff involved in the bidding, negotiation, execution, and administration of contracts, in addition to researching and applying fiscal rules, ordinances, and underlying regulations as applicable to the contracting process. The selected candidate will also help to create a positive culture within the FSD and for the development and growth of our most valuable resource, our employees In this position you will need significant soft skills to build trust and cooperation, and to demonstrate value to the team, stakeholders and our customers. You will clearly demonstrate the ability to listen and work cooperatively. The City of Denver is ready to make this investment in the right individual. Is it you? Overall, the Contract Administration Supervisor: Directs and evaluates the work of professional contract administration staff members, provides technical expertise to staff, and establishes section and staff work programs and objectives. Plans, assigns, and reviews the work of staff members performing a variety of contract administration functions and recommends changes in practices and procedures to increase operating efficiency and expedite workflow. Trains new staff members in contract administration techniques and methodologies, orients staff with appropriate policies, regulations, and procedures, and ensures that work conforms to standards and regulations. Develops internal procedures for contract procurement and final settlement and develops procedures to monitor contract retention, claims, and amendments. Develops or modifies work plans, methods, and procedures and determines work priorities. Assigns and distributes work, reviews work for accuracy and completeness, and returns assignments with recommendations for proper completion. Resolves problems encountered during daily operations and determines standards for problem resolution. Develops goals, documents performance, provides performance feedback and formally evaluates the work of the employee. This position requires an online assessment or test. Once you complete your application, if you meet the qualification for the position you will receive an email from AssessmentTeam@denvergov.org with a link to the assessment or test. We recommend that you add AssessmentTeam@denvergov.org to your safe sender list. If you do not receive the email within 30 minutes of applying, please contact AssessmentTeam@denvergov.org. About You Our ideal candidate will have/be able to: Experience researching and applying fiscal rules, ordinances, and underlying regulations as applicable to the contracting process. Applies knowledge and research to write up and propose recommendations to management that may inform current or future policy/procedure development. Experience using process improvement tools and concepts such as Lean or Six Sigma to enhance customer service. Act as a primary point of contact for customers within the Department, City, and external contacts for a wide variety of contracting processes. Must be able research and assist the team by answering a variety of questions. Experience building collaborative working relationships with staff in both the program and financial areas to ensure that contracts meet the needs of both perspectives. Experience with underlying federal funding regulations and/or knowledge of the programs administered by the Department. Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills to prioritize, navigate, and creatively resolve issues that arise that may impact the performance of the team. Must be able to successfully navigate issues that are politically sensitive or that may be escalated to senior managers. Strong oral and written communication skills to provide explanations to complex issues that arise with a variety of audiences or stakeholders within and outside of the Department. Previous formal leadership experience that includes demonstrating a servant leadership style and creating a values-driven culture through unwavering ethics and high-performance standards. We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education requirement: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Political Science, Management, or a related field. Experience Requirement: Three (3) years of experience in contract negotiation, contract administration, or monitoring and enforcing contract compliance. Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. Requires a valid Driver's License at the time of application. Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment. About Everything Else Job Profile CA0750 Contract Administration Supervisor To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $71,382.00 - $114,211.00 Starting Pay $92,797.00 - $100,000.00, based on education and experience Agency Denver Human Services Assessment Requirement Professional Supervisor The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver Denver, Colorado, United States
Sep 10, 2020
Full Time
About Our Job The City and County of Denver's Municipal Public Defender Office is looking for Pre-Law Interns for Spring 2021. Our primary focus is to provide comprehensive legal representation to defendants who face jail time for violating municipal ordinances and traffic offenses in the Denver County Court System. Our office has been in operation since January 1, 2015 and is overseen by the City's Chief Municipal Public Defender. The creation of this office ensures that the City and County of Denver is on the same level with other progressive municipalities providing quality in-house Public Defense services for indigent citizens. The Office of the Municipal Public Defender provides same level representation with progressive municipalities and state systems. As a Pre-Law student intern, you will assist the office with the daily operation of the office. Attention to detail and ability to follow instructions is imperative. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to experience: Must be highly motivated to help indigent people charged with crimes and willing to assist in the overall defense of clients Ability to work with attorney, paralegals, and other staff while following instructions Provide support to attorneys as needed during court appearances including arraignments and trials Gain familiarity of procedure in both criminal and traffic cases Transcribe audio and video files in the discovery Basic research in order to draft motions and documents Open and close client files and maintain current database information Operate computers and standard office equipment including commonly used computer software programs Maintain regular and acceptable attendance as determined by supervisor This Internship will start in January 2021 and will run through the Spring 2021 Semester. Public Defender internship and duties will depend upon the level of experience and whether the candidate qualifies under the Student Practice Act. This an unpaid internship. Additional required documents that must be submitted at the time of application to be considered for this position: Resume Cover letter Writing sample of your choice no more than 3 pages in length About You Our ideal candidate will have/be: Strong interest in public defense High attention to detail Excellent written and verbal communication Be extremely organized Ability to work with diverse populations Ability to adapt to changes in work Possess conflict resolution abilities We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education Requirement: Current enrollment in an accredited college program leading to a certificate, licensure, Associate's, Bachelor's, or higher degree in, or a recent graduate (completed specified program within 1 year of completion) or Must be currently enrolled in school as a high school junior or senior Education and Experience Equivalency: No substitution of experience for education is permitted License/Certification Requirement: By position, may require a valid Driver's License at the time of application. Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment. About Everything Else Job Profile WW1122 Unpaid Intern To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Oncall Position Salary Range $0.00 - $0.00 Starting Pay 0.00 Agency Office of Municipal Public Defender The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.