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Posted:
2/7/2018
Job Category:
Information Services
Service Desk Manager (IT), Planner I/II, Deputy Coroner I, Vegetation Technicians
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Garfield County | Glenwood Springs, CO
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Job Description

Garfield County

Garfield County is now hiring for the following positions:

  • Planner I/II (depending on qualifications) - I: $49,296.00 - $61,630.40; II: $54,912.00 - $68,640.00
  • Service Desk Manager (IT) - $61,172.80 - $76,460.80
  • Deputy Coroner I - $21.27 - $26.59 hourly
  • (2) Vegetation Technicians (Full time/Seasonal): (1) Start 4/3; (1) Start 5/1; (Will not exceed 6 months) - $19.10 - $23.88 hourly

The Garfield County Human Resources Department works to ensure a diverse, qualified, and highly motivated workforce focused on effectively and efficiently delivering high quality services to the citizens of Garfield County. The Human Resources team partners with all departments and offices of Garfield County administration to provide employees competitive compensation and benefits, and professional training and development opportunities, while maintaining the highest commitment to the ethical, professional, and cultural wellbeing of the workplace.

Equal Opportunity Employer We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, the presence of a non-related medical condition or handicap, or any other legally protected status.


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About Garfield County

The Garfield County Sheriff's Office is committed to protecting the safety, health and well being of all employees, guests and other individuals in our workplace. We recognize that alcohol and drug abuse pose a significant threat to our goals. This policy recognizes that employee involvement with alcohol and drugs can be very disruptive, adversely affect the quality of work and performance of employees, pose serious health risks to users and others, and have a negative impact on our community relations, productivity, morale and most importantly the safety of our workplace.