Live, work, and play in Grand Junction.
We're looking for creative, innovative individuals with a passion for serving the local community and making Grand Junction an effective and transparent government. City employees demonstrate a wide range of skills in a variety of industries.
The City employs 773 full-time and up to 300 part-time and seasonal employees in a wide variety of positions as well as different levels of skill and education. Our employees are committed to delivering the highest quality of service to the local community. In this way, we hire and celebrate our employees based on task capability, performance and demonstrate commitment to our core values:
Working together to be the best by challenging the status quo.
We work together using all areas of expertise to achieve a common goal.
We excel at fulfilling the needs of our community through thoughtful interactions.
Use our online recruitment system to view current job opportunities or begin your application process. You will need to create an account, or log in to an existing account, to apply for a position.
Follow the City of Grand Junction on LinkedIn to stay up to date on employment opportunities.
Choose from a variety of medical, dental, and vision options, and take advantage of our flexible spending account.
We encourage employees to leave their work at the office, and we offer 32 days of paid leave for full-time employees, flexible schedules, and telecommuting when the job allows.
You’ll receive a 6% match retirement plan through MissionSquare along with additional opportunities to save money in 457 and IRA programs.
We provide up to 12 weeks of parental leave and flexible work arrangements for those with caregiving responsibilities.
Work with other curious, thoughtful, and creative coworkers who want to help change their city for the better.
To learn more about the City benefits, visit the Benefits Overview page.
Step 1: Find a Role and Apply
Start by finding the job for you and submitting your application. Learn how to apply for a position (PDF).
Step 2: Initial Review
We'll review your application and qualifications for the position.
Step 3: Assessment and Interview
You're almost there! Many of our positions require a written or technical exercise as an initial assessment, followed by a series of interviews.
Step 4: Background Check
All jobs require a minimum of a background check, reference check, and drug screen. Some positions, such as those within Public Safety, have additional screening requirements. Check out the job announcement for more details.
We believe in a diverse and inclusive workforce.
To learn more, see our Equal Employment Opportunity page.