City and County of Denver Human Resources

Join us at the City and County of Denver and you’ll discover the excitement and reward of working for a world-class municipal government with one of our country’s top leaders, Mayor Michael B. Hancock. We’re leading the way with innovative programs and forward-thinking initiatives such as Denver’s Road Home, the City’s 10 year plan to end homelessness and Denver's 2020 Sustainability Goals, a road map to secure our basic resources for the long term.
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Latest News & Events

Sep 05, 2014

Karen Niparko Named as Executive Director of Office of Human Resources

Oct 28, 2013

Innovative Learning and Development Program for City Employees

Contact Us

Office of Human Resources, Talent Acquisition
Webb Municipal Office Building
201 West Colfax Avenue
1st Floor Receptionist
Denver, CO 80202

Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
24-Hour Job Line 
(720) 913-JOBS (5627)

ADA Resources 
Applicants with disabilities that require assistance in the application or testing process please email Lance Dorris for more information.
TTY Line: (720) 913-5607

Online Application Assistance
(720) 913-Jobs (5627) or email

Fax DD214 Forms
720-913-5992 fax

Stay Informed

Stay informed about jobs and other issues!

View our online version of the 
Jobs Bulletin for specific jobs or, subscribe to receive our bulletins twice a week via email.
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Additional Resources

The City and County of Denver provides equal access and equal opportunity in employment and services and does not discriminate – we are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Under the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act you may get either time-and-a-half pay or time-and-a-half hours off for overtime worked if you are in a job eligible for overtime.
The Immigration Reform Act of 1986 requires both identity and eligibility for employment proof within three days of employment.
Under Colorado law, five points may be added to the passing scores of war time veterans separated under honorable conditions and to the passing scores of un-remarried widows of veterans. A DD214 IS REQUIRED AS PROOF. Ten points may be added to the passing scores of veterans with a disability who are receiving disability retirement benefits. A letter from the Veterans Administration is required as proof. Career Service can give you a list of the service dates that qualify for veterans preference points. Veterans points are not added to promotional exam scores. Fax proof of veteran’s preference points to (720) 913-5992 or e-mail