Is it time for a new gig? Do you need something full-time with good pay? Here are four jobs currently available with the City of Grand Junction.

Today's list consists of one job paying over $8,000 per month. While not all posts on this list pay that well, they are all well above the norm for the valley.

In my opinion, being a 911 call taker would have to be a stressful job. Then again, many people thrive on the idea of a challenge. Perhaps this is the opportunity you've been looking for.

These jobs are available right now. Some are open-ended, others have closing dates approaching rapidly.

  • 911 Call Taker

    $18.73 - $20.67 Hourly
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    According to the City of Grand Junction's webpage:

    Being a 911 Call Taker is an exciting career with advancement opportunities. You will contribute to the well-being of your community with the potential to impact someone's life every single day.

    Give it some serious thought. This might just be the rewarding challenge you've been looking for.

  • Project Engineer

    $6,347.47 - $8,886.80 Monthly
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    Duties include preparation of construction drawings, specifications, bid documents and cost estimates; procurement of bids for construction contracts, processing contract change orders and contractor pay requests; oversees construction inspection and quality assurance testing; coordinates schedules and activities of contractors and utility companies; prepares progress reports and project documentation; reviews plans, documents and reports for compliance with applicable standards and design criteria, and much, much more.

    Qualifications required include:

    • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a related field
    • five years of increasingly responsible professional civil engineering or relevant experience
    • ability to obtain an active Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Colorado – although a currently active Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Colorado is preferred
    • possession of, or ability to obtain a valid Colorado driver's license.

    Don't delay. This job posting closes November 9, 2018.

  • 911 Lateral Dispatcher

    $21.74 - $24.00 Hourly
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    Qualifications for this job include:

    • Two (2) years of recent experience (within the last 6 months) as a Telecommunicator and Dispatcher in a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) facility with enhanced 911 and computer-aided dispatch.

    NOTE: If you do not meet the criteria, you are encouraged to apply for our 911 Call Taker position which does not require any Telecommunicator or Dispatcher experience.

  • Human Resources Analyst

    $5,141.00 - $5,674.00 Monthly
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    According to the City of Grand Junction's webpage, duties include:

    • Monitor and participate in the administration of recruitment and selection programs.
    • Provide direction, oversight, and coordination among departments.
    • Review and evaluate applicant selection.
    • Develop and maintain personnel policies.
    • Assist and advise employees and supervisors in policy interpretation.
    • Assist with onboarding and existing employees.
    • Participate in a variety of employee teams and committees.
    • Identify, investigate, and resolve organizational and operational problems and employee issues.
    • Conduct studies, analysis, and research on a broad range of human resources assignments.
    • Conduct, analyze, and complete salary and benefit surveys and analyze resulting data.
    • Prepare annual payroll projections and budget recommendations.
    • Complete statistical and analytical reports.
    • Research, evaluate and implement a variety of employee programs.
    • Perform classification audits.
    • Develop and maintain a variety of databases and spreadsheets.
    • Assist in employee training and development.
    • Provide staff assistance in employee relations, employee grievances, benefits, and the monitoring of compensation procedures.
    • Analyze legislation and regulations to determine the effect on personnel programs and services.
    • Coordinate assigned activities with other departments, outside agencies, and service providers.
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.

    Wow! That's a long list of duties. If you're interested, don't delay. The deadline to apply for this job is November 2, 2018.