I decided that I wanted to be a City Manager back when I was in 8th grade. Since then, I’ve worked hard to achieve that goal, and I’ve been blessed to serve that role in the place where I grew up, Greeley, Colorado. On this journey, it has been my honor to serve and help shape Greeley into the thriving place that it is today. That was only possible because of the hundreds of people who work alongside me to help make us a City achieving community excellence, and we are always looking to make that team even better.
Local government is responsible for providing a wide range of services that affect the lives of everyone who lives, works, and plays here. Working in local government allows people not only to develop a career but also to make a difference for our fellow community members.
Greeley’s 900 full-time benefited employees as well as the over 600 seasonal and hourly employees contribute to the community in many ways and share their skills from a wide range of fields. To these exceptional people, I want to thank you for all that you do.
One of the goals of Greeley’s new PROpel initiative is elevating our talent management efforts. This includes creating an internal culture focused on high performance, training, and development for employees, as well as recognizing the current and future growth of our city and to proactively plan for it for the success of our organization, our employees, and our community.
To those who are not yet on our team, I invite you to become a part of the Greeley family. Greeley provides a huge variety of options, from part-time and entry-level positions, to management and high-level career options. Explore the list of current career opportunities at greeleygov.com/jobs
Roy H. Otto
Greeley City Manager