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CPW Program Management I|Emergency Management Coordinator - (Denver, CO)

  • ... Denver, Colorado, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 112992 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 02, 2024       Expires on:

CPW Program Management I|Emergency Management Coordinator - (Denver, CO)   

JOB TITLE:

CPW Program Management I|Emergency Management Coordinator - (Denver, CO)

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Denver Colorado United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Department Information





OPEN TO STATE OF COLORADO RESIDENTS ONLY

Consider joining the dedicated people of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources.
Its our mission to manage and conserve Colorados natural resources for the benefit of people today and tomorrow.
That means we have to balance development with conservation so the state we all love provides similar opportunities for our children and their children.

We invite you to explore our website at https://dnr.
colorado.
gov/about-us to find out more about the work we do to manage Colorados natural resources for today and tomorrow.


The State of Colorado believes that equity, diversity, and inclusion drive our success, and we encourage candidates from all identities, backgrounds, and abilities to apply.


In addition to offering rewarding, meaningful work, we offer:
  • Medical and Dental plans
  • Strong, flexible retirement plans including PERA Defined Benefit Plan or PERA Defined Contribution Plan, plus pre-tax and Roth 401K and 457 plans
  • Paid life insurance
  • Short- and long-term disability coverage
  • Employee Wellness programs
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Health Savings Accounts
  • 11 paid holidays per year plus generous vacation and sick leave
  • Flexible work schedule options and remote-work options
  • Career advancement opportunities throughout the State system
  • Some positions may qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

COLORADO PARKS AND WILDLIFE
Our Mission is to perpetuate the wildlife resources of the state, to provide a quality state parks system, and to provide enjoyable and sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities that educate and inspire current and future generations to serve as active stewards of Colorado's natural resources.

The Field Services Branch of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is responsible for providing and/or overseeing the delivery of law enforcement programs, services, and trained staff necessary to enforce laws, rules, and regulations required to protect and preserve the states wildlife and parks resources.
The branch includes multiple units: Investigations (LEU), Emergency Management/Backcountry Search and Rescue (EM/BSAR), Training, Law Enforcement Records, Boating Safety, and Registrations.


Specifically, the EM/BSAR unit is a newly created work unit within Field Services.
The administration of BSAR was legislatively designated as a CPW function, effective in January 2023 (SB 22-168) into CPW.
Additionally, CPW created a new FTE to act as an Emergency Management Coordinator, overseeing the EM/BSAR unit and functioning as the agency liaison for natural disasters, emergency response and preparedness, and other associated functions.

Description of Job

The Emergency Management Coordinator (EMC) will serve as the agency liaison and representative for Colorado Parks and Wildlife for natural disasters, emergency management and other large scale operations.
The EMC will be the agency point of contact for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Colorado Department of Homeland Security- Emergency Management (DHSEM), Colorado Department of Public Safety (DPS) and other state and local associated emergency response agencies.
This position will ensure coordination and collaboration for any CPW response both in state and out of state for disaster relief.


The EMC will be responsible for building and maintaining agency equipment inventories and coordination of CPW responses to FEMA events or other natural disasters (wildfire, floods, blizzards).
Specifically, radio inventory and distribution for CPW, involvement in the Public Safety Communications Subcommittee (PSCS), Consolidated Communications Network of Colorado (CCNC) and other public safety committees.

The EMC will also oversee the BSAR Program Manager (Pos No.
2932027) and a .
5 Program Assistant II (in coordination with boating safety).
The EMC is expected to sit on the BSAR council with the BSAR Program Manager and assist with agency coordination within the Search and Rescue community.

Specific duties include, but are not limited to:

Strategic Planning
Develops relationships within the emergency management community to grow and maintain CPW's role across the state and nation.
Applies strategic thinking regarding partnerships and agreements between the Department of Public Safety (DPS), Division of Fire Prevention and Control (DFPC), the Department of Homeland Security- Emergency Management (DHSEM), the County Sheriffs of Colorado (CSOC), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and other search and rescue organizations.
Ensures CPW's seat and relevance across the public safety sector.
Analyzes the appropriate involvement of the agency, in consultation with agency leadership, and ensures that CPW resources are appropriately placed and expended for any emergency response.
Develops the protocol and relationships for any CPW response (for example, Hurricane Katrina response) in the event of major natural disasters that occur out of state.

Administration
Responsible for the following administrative areas:
  • Coordinates and builds relationships with other emergency and disaster relief agencies (County Sheriffs, CDPHE, DHSEM, FEMA, DPA, DFPC, etc.
    )
  • Serves on committee assignments and as a CPW representative on the CCNC, PSCS, BSAR Council and other assigned disaster relief task forces/work groups
  • Responsible for development and maintenance of emergency responder, certification, training, and credentialing for CPW employees and BSAR volunteers (e.
    g.
    SalamanderLive)
  • Coordinates large scale CPW emergency response to natural disasters (floods, wildfire, blizzards), law enforcement operations (DNC/RNC, Pope Visitation are past examples)
  • Acts as the CPW liaison for FEMA reimbursements, major agency assists and operations
  • Serves as CPW lead for coordination of CPW staff with specialized skills for emergency responses
  • Serves as CPW lead for purchasing, inventory, organization, training, installment, and coordination of radios
  • Attend multiple meetings including but not limited to BSAR Council, Motor Vehicle Advisory Council (MVAC), Department of Homeland Security- Emergency Management (DHSEM), etc.
Supervision
Supervising the EM/BSAR unit, including scheduling, budgeting, procurement, and performance planning/management.


Employees supervise:
  • Backcountry Search and Rescue Program Manager
  • Program Assistant
  • CPWs State Fleet Coordinator

Fiscal Planning/Budgeting and Evaluation
The EMC will be responsible for overseeing and working with BSAR Program Manager on BSAR budgets, any FEMA or state reimbursement requests for CPWs engagement in natural disaster response and other major operations that require a statewide response.
The EMC must have close coordination with CPW procurement and contracting.
The EMC will also be responsible for monitoring and approving expenditures for any staff located in the EM/BSAR unit.


Training
This position may work to provide additional and on-going training for CPW officers and emergency responders in relation to emergency response and protocol.
Training would revolve around understanding of the Incident Command System and other large scale emergency response.


Law Enforcement and Investigations
This position may assist and become involved in law enforcement activities throughout the year or while at an incident location.
While regular patrol and enforcement will not be a regular part of this positions duties, involvement in law enforcement operations and coverage for the service of search warrants, surveillance and other sensitive law enforcement activities will be necessary from time to time.

Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal Rights

Minimum Qualifications
Four (4) years of professional experience in professional program administrative/management experience; budget development and monitoring; and experience establishing goals, objectives, procedures and performance expectations or an occupational field related to the work assigned to the position AND Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in Business Administration, Public Administration, Natural Resource Management, Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Recreation, or a field of study related to the work assignment.


Preferred Qualifications

  • Current or former State experience relevant to this position
  • Current or former Colorado Parks & Wildlife work or volunteer experience
  • Professional level writing, research and communication development skills
  • Experience working in a government role
  • POST Certified or to be able to challenge POST
  • High level of written and oral communications
  • Experience working as a team lead, supervisor or other leadership position
  • Completed Incident Command Courses ICS-100, ICS-200, ICS-300, and ICS-700
Required Competencies
  • Strong written skills with an understanding of legal and regulatory concepts and language
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Public Speaking and presentation skills
Conditions of Employment
  • State of Colorado residency is required at the time of application.
  • Must possess and maintain a valid state of Colorado driver's license if operating a State vehicle.
  • Must be willing and able to submit to, and pass a background investigation, which includes the following:
    • Felony convictions
    • Domestic Violence charges/convictions/restraining orders
    • Driving under the Influence/Impaired and/or boating under the Influence/Impaired convictions
    • Misdemeanor convictions that preclude being P.
      O.
      S.
      T certified as a Colorado Peace Officer.
    • Fingerprint submission and check
    • Polygraph
    • Moral turpitude
    • Suitability interview, and psychological examination (administered by a third-party professional organization)
  • Drug Screening (administered by a third-party professional organization).
  • Medical physical exam from a medical professional (administered by a third-party professional organization).
  • On Call status - Required to work variable hours and work/respond based on need, not schedule.
  • Travel with little to no notification of response to local, state, or national disasters
  • Attend in-state and out-of-state training and conferences.
  • Use of firearms.
  • Flexible work schedule with reporting to 6060 Broadway a couple of days a week.
    A hybrid work environment of remote and in-office work is required.
    Weekend work may also be required.
  • Preferred to be Colorado P.
    O.
    S.
    T.
    Certified or be able to become Colorado P.
    O.
    S.
    T.
    certified.
  • Former State employees who were disciplinarily terminated or resigned in lieu of termination must disclose the information on the application and provide an explanation why the prior termination or resignation should not disqualify their application from the current position.
    (Please Note: Absent extraordinary circumstances, prior disciplinary termination or resignation in lieu of termination will disqualify the applicant from future State employment with DNR).

APPEAL RIGHTS:
It is recommended that you contact the Human Resources Specialist listed below to resolve issues related to your possession of minimum qualifications.
However, if you receive notice that you have been eliminated from consideration for this position, you may file an appeal with the State Personnel Board or request a review by the State Personnel Director.
An appeal or review must be submitted on the official appeal form, signed by you or your representative.
This form must be delivered to the State Personnel Board by email (dpa_state.
personnelboard@state.
co.
us), postmarked in US Mail or hand delivered (1525 Sherman Street, 4th Floor, Denver CO 80203), or faxed (303.
866.
5038) within ten (10) calendar days from your receipt of notice or acknowledgement of the departments action.
For more information about the appeals process, the official appeal form, and how to deliver it to the State Personnel Board; go to spb.
colorado.
gov; contact the State Personnel Board for assistance at (303) 866-3300; or refer to 4 Colorado Code of Regulations (CCR) 801-1, State Personnel Board Rules and Personnel Director's Administrative Procedures, Chapter 8, Resolution of Appeals and Disputes, at spb.
colorado.
gov under Rules.

Supplemental Information

The Assessment Process
  • All applications received by the closing of this announcement will be reviewed by an HR Specialist against the Minimum Qualifications in this announcement.
  • Colorado Revised Statutes require that state employees are hired and promoted based on merit and fitness through a comparative analysis process.
    Part of, or all of, the comparative analysis for this position will be a structured application review by Subject Matter Experts.
  • Resumes, cover letters and other attachments are not considered as part of initial reviews, therefore, it is important to document in your application your education, experience, minimum qualifications, and preferred qualifications as outlined in the job announcement.
  • Please thoroughly answer all supplemental questions (if listed) since question responses may be evaluated for content, writing ability, spelling, grammar, and effective communication.
  • This recruitment may involve additional testing and/or exams to arrive at the top group for interviews.

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
The State of Colorado believes that equity, diversity, and inclusion drive our success, and we encourage candidates from all identities, backgrounds, and abilities to apply.
The State of Colorado is an equal opportunity employer committed to building inclusive, innovative work environments with employees who reflect our communities and enthusiastically serve them.
Therefore, in all aspects of the employment process, we provide employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, medical condition related to pregnancy, creed, ancestry, national origin, marital status, genetic information, or military status (with preference given to military veterans), or any other protected status in accordance with applicable law.
The Department of Natural Resources is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals.
As part of this commitment, our agency will assist individuals who have a disability with any reasonable accommodation requests related to employment, including completing the application process, interviewing, completing any pre-employment testing, participating in the employee selection process, and/or to perform essential job functions where the requested accommodation does not impose an undue hardship.
If you have a disability and require reasonable accommodation to ensure you have a positive experience applying or interviewing for this position, please direct your inquiries to our ADAAA Coordinator, Anna Kargobai-Murray, at anna.
kargobai-murray@state.
co.
us.
ADAAA Accommodations
Any person with a disability as defined by the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) may be provided a reasonable accommodation upon request to enable the person to complete an employment assessment.
To request an accommodation, please contact Anna Kargobai-Murray at anna.
kargobai-murray@state.
co.
us at least five business days before the date that any accommodation will be required to allow us to evaluate your request and prepare for the accommodation.
You may be asked to provide additional information, including medical documentation, regarding functional limitations and type of accommodation needed.
Please ensure that you have this information available well in advance of the assessment date.
E-Verify
DNR uses e-Verify, an Internet-based system, to confirm the eligibility of all newly hired employees to work in the United States.
Learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities.

TollFree Applicant Support - Technical Help
If you experience technical difficulty with the NEOGOV system (e.
g.
uploading or attaching documents to your online application) call NEOGOV at 855-524-5627, Mon-Fri between 6 am and 6 pm (Pacific Time).
The Human Resources Office will be unable to assist with technical issues.

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 02, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

112992 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707240069-c667415fba244f26ccef849b20606439

LOCATION:

Colorado United States

CITY:

Denver

Job Origin:

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OPEN TO STATE OF COLORADO RESIDENTS ONLY

Consider joining the dedicated people of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources. Its our mission to manage and conserve Colorados natural resources for the benefit of people today and tomorrow. That means we have to balance development with conservation so the state we all love provides similar opportunities for our children and their children.

We invite you to explore our website at https://dnr.colorado.gov/about-us to find out more about the work we do to manage Colorados natural resources for today and tomorrow.

The State of Colorado believes that equity, diversity, and inclusion drive our success, and we encourage candidates from all identities, backgrounds, and abilities to apply.

In addition to offering rewarding, meaningful work, we offer:
  • Medical and Dental plans
  • Strong, flexible retirement plans including PERA Defined Benefit Plan or PERA Defined Contribution Plan, plus pre-tax and Roth 401K and 457 plans
  • Paid life insurance
  • Short- and long-term disability coverage
  • Employee Wellness programs
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Health Savings Accounts
  • 11 paid holidays per year plus generous vacation and sick leave
  • Flexible work schedule options and remote-work options
  • Career advancement opportunities throughout the State system
  • Some positions may qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

COLORADO PARKS AND WILDLIFE
Our Mission is to perpetuate the wildlife resources of the state, to provide a quality state parks system, and to provide enjoyable and sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities that educate and inspire current and future generations to serve as active stewards of Colorado's natural resources.

The Field Services Branch of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is responsible for providing and/or overseeing the delivery of law enforcement programs, services, and trained staff necessary to enforce laws, rules, and regulations required to protect and preserve the states wildlife and parks resources. The branch includes multiple units: Investigations (LEU), Emergency Management/Backcountry Search and Rescue (EM/BSAR), Training, Law Enforcement Records, Boating Safety, and Registrations.

Specifically, the EM/BSAR unit is a newly created work unit within Field Services. The administration of BSAR was legislatively designated as a CPW function, effective in January 2023 (SB 22-168) into CPW. Additionally, CPW created a new FTE to act as an Emergency Management Coordinator, overseeing the EM/BSAR unit and functioning as the agency liaison for natural disasters, emergency response and preparedness, and other associated functions.

Description of Job

The Emergency Management Coordinator (EMC) will serve as the agency liaison and representative for Colorado Parks and Wildlife for natural disasters, emergency management and other large scale operations. The EMC will be the agency point of contact for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Colorado Department of Homeland Security- Emergency Management (DHSEM), Colorado Department of Public Safety (DPS) and other state and local associated emergency response agencies. This position will ensure coordination and collaboration for any CPW response both in state and out of state for disaster relief.

The EMC will be responsible for building and maintaining agency equipment inventories and coordination of CPW responses to FEMA events or other natural disasters (wildfire, floods, blizzards). Specifically, radio inventory and distribution for CPW, involvement in the Public Safety Communications Subcommittee (PSCS), Consolidated Communications Network of Colorado (CCNC) and other public safety committees.

The EMC will also oversee the BSAR Program Manager (Pos No. 2932027) and a .5 Program Assistant II (in coordination with boating safety). The EMC is expected to sit on the BSAR council with the BSAR Program Manager and assist with agency coordination within the Search and Rescue community.

Specific duties include, but are not limited to:

Strategic Planning
Develops relationships within the emergency management community to grow and maintain CPW's role across the state and nation. Applies strategic thinking regarding partnerships and agreements between the Department of Public Safety (DPS), Division of Fire Prevention and Control (DFPC), the Department of Homeland Security- Emergency Management (DHSEM), the County Sheriffs of Colorado (CSOC), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and other search and rescue organizations. Ensures CPW's seat and relevance across the public safety sector. Analyzes the appropriate involvement of the agency, in consultation with agency leadership, and ensures that CPW resources are appropriately placed and expended for any emergency response. Develops the protocol and relationships for any CPW response (for example, Hurricane Katrina response) in the event of major natural disasters that occur out of state.

Administration
Responsible for the following administrative areas:
  • Coordinates and builds relationships with other emergency and disaster relief agencies (County Sheriffs, CDPHE, DHSEM, FEMA, DPA, DFPC, etc.)
  • Serves on committee assignments and as a CPW representative on the CCNC, PSCS, BSAR Council and other assigned disaster relief task forces/work groups
  • Responsible for development and maintenance of emergency responder, certification, training, and credentialing for CPW employees and BSAR volunteers (e.g. SalamanderLive)
  • Coordinates large scale CPW emergency response to natural disasters (floods, wildfire, blizzards), law enforcement operations (DNC/RNC, Pope Visitation are past examples)
  • Acts as the CPW liaison for FEMA reimbursements, major agency assists and operations
  • Serves as CPW lead for coordination of CPW staff with specialized skills for emergency responses
  • Serves as CPW lead for purchasing, inventory, organization, training, installment, and coordination of radios
  • Attend multiple meetings including but not limited to BSAR Council, Motor Vehicle Advisory Council (MVAC), Department of Homeland Security- Emergency Management (DHSEM), etc.
Supervision
Supervising the EM/BSAR unit, including scheduling, budgeting, procurement, and performance planning/management.

Employees supervise:
  • Backcountry Search and Rescue Program Manager
  • Program Assistant
  • CPWs State Fleet Coordinator

Fiscal Planning/Budgeting and Evaluation
The EMC will be responsible for overseeing and working with BSAR Program Manager on BSAR budgets, any FEMA or state reimbursement requests for CPWs engagement in natural disaster response and other major operations that require a statewide response. The EMC must have close coordination with CPW procurement and contracting. The EMC will also be responsible for monitoring and approving expenditures for any staff located in the EM/BSAR unit.

Training
This position may work to provide additional and on-going training for CPW officers and emergency responders in relation to emergency response and protocol. Training would revolve around understanding of the Incident Command System and other large scale emergency response.

Law Enforcement and Investigations
This position may assist and become involved in law enforcement activities throughout the year or while at an incident location. While regular patrol and enforcement will not be a regular part of this positions duties, involvement in law enforcement operations and coverage for the service of search warrants, surveillance and other sensitive law enforcement activities will be necessary from time to time.
Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal Rights

Minimum Qualifications
Four (4) years of professional experience in professional program administrative/management experience; budget development and monitoring; and experience establishing goals, objectives, procedures and performance expectations or an occupational field related to the work assigned to the position AND Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in Business Administration, Public Administration, Natural Resource Management, Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Recreation, or a field of study related to the work assignment.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Current or former State experience relevant to this position
  • Current or former Colorado Parks & Wildlife work or volunteer experience
  • Professional level writing, research and communication development skills
  • Experience working in a government role
  • POST Certified or to be able to challenge POST
  • High level of written and oral communications
  • Experience working as a team lead, supervisor or other leadership position
  • Completed Incident Command Courses ICS-100, ICS-200, ICS-300, and ICS-700
Required Competencies
  • Strong written skills with an understanding of legal and regulatory concepts and language
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Public Speaking and presentation skills
Conditions of Employment
  • State of Colorado residency is required at the time of application.
  • Must possess and maintain a valid state of Colorado driver's license if operating a State vehicle.
  • Must be willing and able to submit to, and pass a background investigation, which includes the following:
    • Felony convictions
    • Domestic Violence charges/convictions/restraining orders
    • Driving under the Influence/Impaired and/or boating under the Influence/Impaired convictions
    • Misdemeanor convictions that preclude being P.O.S.T certified as a Colorado Peace Officer.
    • Fingerprint submission and check
    • Polygraph
    • Moral turpitude
    • Suitability interview, and psychological examination (administered by a third-party professional organization)
  • Drug Screening (administered by a third-party professional organization).
  • Medical physical exam from a medical professional (administered by a third-party professional organization).
  • On Call status - Required to work variable hours and work/respond based on need, not schedule.
  • Travel with little to no notification of response to local, state, or national disasters
  • Attend in-state and out-of-state training and conferences.
  • Use of firearms.
  • Flexible work schedule with reporting to 6060 Broadway a couple of days a week. A hybrid work environment of remote and in-office work is required. Weekend work may also be required.
  • Preferred to be Colorado P.O.S.T. Certified or be able to become Colorado P.O.S.T. certified.
  • Former State employees who were disciplinarily terminated or resigned in lieu of termination must disclose the information on the application and provide an explanation why the prior termination or resignation should not disqualify their application from the current position. (Please Note: Absent extraordinary circumstances, prior disciplinary termination or resignation in lieu of termination will disqualify the applicant from future State employment with DNR).

APPEAL RIGHTS:
It is recommended that you contact the Human Resources Specialist listed below to resolve issues related to your possession of minimum qualifications. However, if you receive notice that you have been eliminated from consideration for this position, you may file an appeal with the State Personnel Board or request a review by the State Personnel Director.
An appeal or review must be submitted on the official appeal form, signed by you or your representative. This form must be delivered to the State Personnel Board by email (dpa_state.personnelboard@state.co.us), postmarked in US Mail or hand delivered (1525 Sherman Street, 4th Floor, Denver CO 80203), or faxed (303.866.5038) within ten (10) calendar days from your receipt of notice or acknowledgement of the departments action.
For more information about the appeals process, the official appeal form, and how to deliver it to the State Personnel Board; go to spb.colorado.gov; contact the State Personnel Board for assistance at (303) 866-3300; or refer to 4 Colorado Code of Regulations (CCR) 801-1, State Personnel Board Rules and Personnel Director's Administrative Procedures, Chapter 8, Resolution of Appeals and Disputes, at spb.colorado.gov under Rules.

Supplemental Information

The Assessment Process
  • All applications received by the closing of this announcement will be reviewed by an HR Specialist against the Minimum Qualifications in this announcement.
  • Colorado Revised Statutes require that state employees are hired and promoted based on merit and fitness through a comparative analysis process. Part of, or all of, the comparative analysis for this position will be a structured application review by Subject Matter Experts.
  • Resumes, cover letters and other attachments are not considered as part of initial reviews, therefore, it is important to document in your application your education, experience, minimum qualifications, and preferred qualifications as outlined in the job announcement.
  • Please thoroughly answer all supplemental questions (if listed) since question responses may be evaluated for content, writing ability, spelling, grammar, and effective communication.
  • This recruitment may involve additional testing and/or exams to arrive at the top group for interviews.

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
The State of Colorado believes that equity, diversity, and inclusion drive our success, and we encourage candidates from all identities, backgrounds, and abilities to apply. The State of Colorado is an equal opportunity employer committed to building inclusive, innovative work environments with employees who reflect our communities and enthusiastically serve them. Therefore, in all aspects of the employment process, we provide employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, medical condition related to pregnancy, creed, ancestry, national origin, marital status, genetic information, or military status (with preference given to military veterans), or any other protected status in accordance with applicable law.
The Department of Natural Resources is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. As part of this commitment, our agency will assist individuals who have a disability with any reasonable accommodation requests related to employment, including completing the application process, interviewing, completing any pre-employment testing, participating in the employee selection process, and/or to perform essential job functions where the requested accommodation does not impose an undue hardship. If you have a disability and require reasonable accommodation to ensure you have a positive experience applying or interviewing for this position, please direct your inquiries to our ADAAA Coordinator, Anna Kargobai-Murray, at anna.kargobai-murray@state.co.us.
ADAAA Accommodations
Any person with a disability as defined by the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) may be provided a reasonable accommodation upon request to enable the person to complete an employment assessment. To request an accommodation, please contact Anna Kargobai-Murray at anna.kargobai-murray@state.co.us at least five business days before the date that any accommodation will be required to allow us to evaluate your request and prepare for the accommodation. You may be asked to provide additional information, including medical documentation, regarding functional limitations and type of accommodation needed. Please ensure that you have this information available well in advance of the assessment date.
E-Verify
DNR uses e-Verify, an Internet-based system, to confirm the eligibility of all newly hired employees to work in the United States. Learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities.

TollFree Applicant Support - Technical Help
If you experience technical difficulty with the NEOGOV system (e.g. uploading or attaching documents to your online application) call NEOGOV at 855-524-5627, Mon-Fri between 6 am and 6 pm (Pacific Time). The Human Resources Office will be unable to assist with technical issues.

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