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Working for the Town of Snowmass Village
We're looking for caring, talented individuals with a passion for serving the local community and helping Snowmass Village deliver services to our residents and guests. Town employees exhibit a wide range of skills across a variety of industries.
Snowmass Village is a fun, community-focused, and family-friendly Town. As our community inevitably evolves and changes in dynamic new ways, our mission is to do all that is within our power to ensure we remain a thriving, charming, fun, resilient, safe, and emotionally connected community. The Town employs approximately 170 employees in a wide variety of positions requiring different levels of skill and education. If you are passionate about your community, we encourage you to apply to any of our open positions!
Prospective applicants are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the Town Council’s Strategic Goals; for everything we do here at the Town is aligned with these goals. We are active, engaged public servants and stewards of the Snowmass community who provide world-class customer service to each other, locals, and guests alike. Our values are clear and simple:
Respect of the Individual
Direct & Honest Communication
Town employees exhibit a wide range of skills across a variety of industries. Snowmass Village is a fun, community-focused, and family-friendly Town. We are active, engaged public servants and stewards of our community. A renowned winter playground and vibrant summer community just 9 miles from Aspen, Snowmass consistently ranks as one of the best winter ski areas and summer mountain biking destinations in the world. Snowmass, along with the rest of the Roaring Fork Valley, is the first IMBA (International Mountain Biking Association) Gold-Level Ride Center™ in Colorado.
Housing is not offered through the Town for most positions. However, occasionally, housing may be provided in some circumstances. Other resources are available to applicants/new hires. Please visit the following for more information:
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.
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Health CareThe Town offers a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, and flexible spending accounts (FSA).
Life-work BalanceWe encourage employees to leave their work at the office, and we offer vacation time, paid holidays, and sick days for full-time employees, flexible schedules, and telecommuting when the job allows. Employees who do not exceed 20 hours of sick leave in a calendar year will receive eight hours of personal time on January 1st of the following year. Other recreation and wellness benefits are available.
Retirement PlansYou’ll receive a 10% match retirement plan through MissionSquare to a 401a retirement plan and contribute at least 5% to a 457 retirement plan in lieu of Social Security.
Workplace ValuesWork with active, passionate, and dedicated coworkers who want to help change their community for the better.
To learn more about the Town’s benefits, visit the Benefits Overview page.
Step 1: Find a Role and Apply
Start by finding the job for you and submitting your application. View all our open positions online here.
Got questions? No sweat! Contact Human Resources or call (970) 923-3777 and we'll walk you through the process.
Step 2: Initial Review
If we’re lucky enough to hear from you, we'll review your application and weigh your qualifications for the position.
Step 3: Assessment & Interview
Your application has caught our eye and we're impressed with your qualifications! Many of our positions require a written or technical exercise as an initial assessment, followed by a series of interviews.
You may receive an introductory call with HR or the hiring manager to start the conversation - we want to get to know you better and answer any of your questions. Subsequent calls may be scheduled for more in-depth conversations. A final panel interview will then be scheduled to discuss the opportunities and challenges you'll be tackling in the position.
Step 4: Offer & Onboarding
Congratulations - you made it! We'll start the onboarding process once we do our homework. All jobs require some due diligence - background check, reference check, etc. Some positions, such as those in the Police Department, have additional screening requirements. Check out the job announcement for more details.
Pass with flying colors? Most job offers are extended with an offer letter. Once you accept, we can complete the paperwork and get you started in your new role!