Human Resources

A City Achieving Community Excellence

The purpose of the City of Greeley Human Resources Department is to improve the health and effectiveness of our organization by providing programs designed to enhance employee work-life quality, productivity, job satisfaction, and growth.

The City of Greeley employs approximately 850 benefited employees with an additional 500+ seasonal and hourly employees (recreation activities, summer parks, streets, traffic, etc.) in 13 departments.  The Human Resources department provides support to the organization and employees in the areas such as compensation, benefits, management training, employee development, recruitment, retention, safety and risk.

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We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, genetic information or any other status protected by law or regulation. It is our intention that all qualified applicants be given equal opportunity and that selection decisions are based on job-related factors. View our Equal Employment Opportunity Plan here, or stop by the Human Resources department.

The City of Greeley also adheres to federal requirements set by the Family and Medical Leave Act. You can review the a summary of Employee Rights and Responsibilities under the FMLA, or contact us for additional information.

Information for Job Seekers

For your convenience, our job postings are available at a variety of locations. 

Applicant Screening and Selection

The Human Resources Department, in conjunction with the hiring supervisor, screens applications based on established job-related criteria, and selects those candidates to be interviewed.
Selected positions may require pre-interview testing including Police Officer, Firefighter and Police Records Data Coordinator.

Interview tips:

For some great advice on interviewing well - watch this video presented by Mark Neville, a guest speaker at the Montfort College of Business.

Pre-employment Testing

You may be required to complete pre-employment tests after the conditional job offer. Depending upon the position, pre-employment tests include

  • Criminal background check
  • Homeland Security check of eligibility to work in the U.S.
  • Drug test
  • Physical functions screening

No candidate may begin work until results from all three tests are complete and acceptable. Once these have been completed the candidate will be notified of a start date.