Five Jobs With the City of Grand Junction Available Right Now
The year is winding down and it might just be a time for a change. Are you looking for a new gig? Have you considered working for the city of Grand Junction? A variety of jobs just became available. This might just be the opportunity you've been searching for.
Grand Junction has several job positions available right now, and one might be right up your alley. Positions range from sports official to police officer. For your convenience, here's a list of available jobs and their pay scale.
This job includes performing a detailed technical review of subdivision plats, construction plans, specifications and engineering reports for residential, commercial and industrial developments. It's a pretty lengthy description, so please check out www.gjcity.org for more details.
Have you considered a career in law enforcement? With this job, you can climb to the top of the pay range in a couple of years.
The Grand Junction Police Department provides a full range of high-quality police services, including a motorcycle unit, K9s, bomb squad, crime lab, university campus policing, SWAT team, drug task force, and a regional communications center.
How about a seasonal gig? This one pretty much involves mowing, watering, and pruning. There's also cleaning involved.
Looking for a chance to be a referee at a sporting event and get paid for it? Here you go. You're looking at what could be up to a 12-hour commitment per week. You must be able to work nights and weekends.
Applicant must be at least 15 years of age. For questions about the position please contact Shon Birch at 254-3864.
This seems a bit vague. What's involved? Put simply, applicants must be able to:
- Research, analyze, and compile financial data
- Develop and monitor budget information for the division prepare and proofread a variety of financial reports, letters, and memos for internal use and public distribution
- Provide customer service support in addressing taxpayer questions and concerns
- Greet visitors, answer the telephone and direct callers
- Provide general information and assistance to City staff and the public
- Maintain calendars and schedule meetings and events
- Design and produce newsletters, brochures, and other specialized documents