If you see a job for which you think you are a fit, we want to hear from you! Please apply as soon as possible because the posting may close without notice.
A city as vibrant and dynamic as Denver requires strong leaders at every level of an organization to create a culture of continuous learning, individuals who will strengthen their capabilities and management who will coach and develop strong contributors prepared to meet the evolving opportunities a growing city. Therefore, as part of the application process, candidates who meet minimum qualifications will be required to take an on-line supervisor competency assessment. Review the positions that require online testing. To learn more, please visit our Assessments page.
Our goal is to hire the best talent into the city, so we identify the best-qualified candidates within the applicant pool that fit our ideal candidate profile. Those candidates are sent to the hiring manager for review. The hiring manager decides who to interview. You will find the ideal candidate profile in the "About You" section of the job posting.
We cannot move you forward if you do not meet the required minimum qualifications as defined in our job classifications. You will also find these listed in the "About You" section of the job posting.
We conduct interviews by phone, by video conference, and in person in order to accommodate you. In-person interviews can be one-on-one or with a panel of multiple individuals. You should expect more than one round of interviews where you will speak with the hiring manager, potential colleagues, and a member of agency leadership.
We will share the details with you so you know what to expect and how to prepare.
After the interviews, the hiring manager decides whom to offer the job. The hiring manager or recruiter will reach out directly with a verbal offer. This is a great opportunity for you to ask any additional questions you may have before accepting our offer. After you accept the verbal offer, we prepare and send a written offer letter. Once you accept the written offer, we will begin pre-employment screening.
Before your first day, we will reach out to guide you through the onboarding process which includes required electronic new hire documents. On your first day, your supervisor and new team will have a plan to help welcome you into your new role, your agency, and the City and County of Denver as a whole.
Some positions require you to complete at least a six month probationary period. Probation is a test period of time following employment where you are employed on a trial basis. As a new employee, you are required to complete certain courses during the probationary period. The requirements vary depending on whether you are a supervisor or not. For more information about required coursework for probation, please visit our New Employee Toolkit and Required Courses webpage.
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