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06-19-2013 01:18 PM
chrisfp88 bumpski!
06-09-2013 09:24 PM
HK_Runner Job markets is slowly improving (really slowly) but glad some more opportunities are coming to this area. If I stay at my current job till Sep, I get a retention bonus so I will. Problem is that it is incredibly stressful nowadays, and each day can be gut-wrenching. I have another potential job lined up in Vancouver (though they will let me work from Denver, at least for a year). I can hardly wait till Sep, take a month off to wheel and bike and camp, and then back to work. I may look at Schwab too...heard they are good to work for.
06-05-2013 02:02 PM
chrisfp88 cool thanks. Let's give this a bump
06-03-2013 08:48 PM
03 sahara jeeper Leprino is big cheese and dehydrated milk manufacture.
06-03-2013 11:03 AM
chrisfp88
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Originally Posted by rockinkuwait View Post
Can always check with Leprino Foods in Greeley CO. They have a new 750 million dollar plant built there and they are ramping up production. Should be hiring for quite a few jobs here now.
What all do they do?
06-03-2013 02:52 AM
rockinkuwait Can always check with Leprino Foods in Greeley CO. They have a new 750 million dollar plant built there and they are ramping up production. Should be hiring for quite a few jobs here now.
06-03-2013 02:26 AM
xxximpact05 Thank u much
06-02-2013 04:05 PM
eboven
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Originally Posted by xxximpact05 View Post
Where is this located
It's in Golden, right where highway 58 merges with I70. Here is a link to the craigslist ad for whoever is interested.
06-02-2013 12:16 PM
ClayL If i didn't just get on with high country 4x4 i'd look into that eboven. i have a lot of experience behind a wrench, fair chunk of tools, and electrical is where i excel.
06-02-2013 11:27 AM
xxximpact05
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Originally Posted by eboven View Post
Well, I'm not sure what you guys are looking for, but we are hiring at my company, AV-Tech. We do all the aftermarket equipment on emergency vehicles - all the lighting, sirens, bumpers, and more on mostly police vehicles, though we do deal with firetrucks and ambulances as well. We need an experienced tech who knows the basics of turning a wrench and DC electronics; you would need your own tools. We just lost a few other techs so we're hiring for full time, pay depends on experience. Good benefits, paid time off, ect. It really is a great place to work; there are three of us who drive Wranglers and one who has a Cherokee, so it's like a Jeeper workplace!
Where is this located
06-01-2013 11:15 AM
chrisfp88
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Originally Posted by eboven View Post
Well, I'm not sure what you guys are looking for, but we are hiring at my company, AV-Tech. We do all the aftermarket equipment on emergency vehicles - all the lighting, sirens, bumpers, and more on mostly police vehicles, though we do deal with firetrucks and ambulances as well. We need an experienced tech who knows the basics of turning a wrench and DC electronics; you would need your own tools. We just lost a few other techs so we're hiring for full time, pay depends on experience. Good benefits, paid time off, ect. It really is a great place to work; there are three of us who drive Wranglers and one who has a Cherokee, so it's like a Jeeper workplace!
Well I have been a volunteer firefighter for 5 years, but have a limited knowledge of electric wiring and no tools. :/
06-01-2013 10:50 AM
eboven Well, I'm not sure what you guys are looking for, but we are hiring at my company, AV-Tech. We do all the aftermarket equipment on emergency vehicles - all the lighting, sirens, bumpers, and more on mostly police vehicles, though we do deal with firetrucks and ambulances as well. We need an experienced tech who knows the basics of turning a wrench and DC electronics; you would need your own tools. We just lost a few other techs so we're hiring for full time, pay depends on experience. Good benefits, paid time off, ect. It really is a great place to work; there are three of us who drive Wranglers and one who has a Cherokee, so it's like a Jeeper workplace!
06-01-2013 09:29 AM
chrisfp88 bump
05-19-2013 01:03 AM
mo1416
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Originally Posted by Greejk35 View Post
We are hiring at Schwab as well. Various positions open from entry level brokers to IT jobs. Check it out and pm with any questions
http://www.aboutschwab.com/careers/
Fidelity is also hiring to fill their soon to be opened call center in DTC.
05-19-2013 12:55 AM
Rtone1583 I'm looking to get away from working in the desert and was wondering if anyone has some good leads on jobs in telecom in the Springs area. More specifically the design, installation and maintenance of the cabling and infrastructure and project management.

Any help or leads will be appreciated.
05-15-2013 01:32 PM
chrisfp88 Thanks to everyone for posting stuff. We had an employee of ours fall seriously ill in February. Since then I have largely been working 7 days a week. I made a commitment to stay at my current job until September. I wilk be looking for opportunities over the summer so if anyone is aware of potential fall openings in their business or one they know please let me know. I can work flex and swing shifts. I really just need one day off a week. I make about 36k pre tax right now and can't really go too much lower than that.
05-15-2013 01:29 PM
chrisfp88
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Originally Posted by fireguy View Post
Hey Chris, check your mail for my private message. They should be posting something soon for new hires on their web page. Or try giving their HR person a call.
Thank you sir.
05-04-2013 10:19 PM
fireguy Hey Chris, check your mail for my private message. They should be posting something soon for new hires on their web page. Or try giving their HR person a call.
05-02-2013 12:39 PM
ClayL Anyone an electrician or other skilled trade looking for someone? im looking to branch out and get out of wrenching (at least for firestone)
02-09-2013 01:46 PM
Greejk35 We are hiring at Schwab as well. Various positions open from entry level brokers to IT jobs. Check it out and pm with any questions
http://www.aboutschwab.com/careers/
02-09-2013 11:41 AM
Dammit New year, fresh budget, lots of hiring taking place...

Careers at Xcel Energy

On page 2, there's a Plant Specialist B opening in Boulder. There'll be competition, but if you've got decent skills and can pass the Edison Electrical Institute test (EEI), you've got a chance at it. Even entry level pays pretty decent and if you elect them, you have benefits on day one. Don't wait though, they just hired 20 people. Those postings won't be up forever...
02-08-2013 04:05 PM
Sinister6 El Paso County Sheriff's department is hiring like crazy right now here in Colorado Springs. I just don't have the patience to deal with all the stupid people... Hope that helps!
01-30-2013 06:07 PM
Numbercruncher Another bump from someone wanting to move to the Denver area.

I am a licensed CPA in Washington State. Almost all of my experience has been as a controller in the small company size of under 50 million with up to 150 employees. Mostly manufacturing light assembly with some job-cost experience in the control panel industry. Not a tax/audit CPA however I have been through many of each as the controller being taxed/audited.

Rather than expecting someone to find me a job, the name of any recruiter you use for accounting jobs would be great. I can reach out to them and get them a resume but knowing which agencies to start with would be helpful.

NC
01-26-2013 04:34 PM
chrisfp88
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Originally Posted by backcountryislife View Post
What do you do?

I don't live down there, but I'm an estimator/ PM for a commercial construction company & I know a lot of folks, I'm also the one that hires/ fires for my company, but my skillset range I'm looking for is rather narrow generally. I'm about to start work on the west denver library though, and that will require some additional hands. It's a Davis bacon job, so it pays well... (30something an hour I believe depending on the trade)

I'd always rather pay someone in a circle of friends than some random guy.
I definitely willing to work manual labor. I have minor construction experience, but am always willing to learn. I did theater in school and did set-building as a part of that.
01-26-2013 04:31 PM
chrisfp88 Bump for anyone who knows of anything in the COS, DEN, or FT Collins areas
12-26-2012 04:27 PM
1quick1
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Originally Posted by ClayL View Post
I'm not massively computer savvy but I know more than most and always willing to learn, maybe il look into it since I was looking at getting back into school for computers
I started just like you. No formal education but knew enough from tinkering on computers. I started in a "help desk" type environment and then as you gain knowledge on the job you build your experience and can open the door for new opportunities. However, do get that degree. What I've noticed is this:

Degree will get you the interview
Experience will get you the job

But without the degree you likely won't get calls for higher-end I.T. jobs down the line. For example my bachelor is in Business Management and anything computer related is on the job experience.
12-26-2012 04:23 PM
ClayL I'm not massively computer savvy but I know more than most and always willing to learn, maybe il look into it since I was looking at getting back into school for computers
12-26-2012 04:10 PM
1quick1 If you guys can break into I.T. I just moved here 11 months ago but I've been able to pick and chose through many opportunities. The more advanced the better the pay obviously but there definitely seems to be plenty of tier 1 or 2 I.T. jobs if you have a couple years experience.
12-24-2012 09:50 PM
Cstew If anyone can operate heavy equipment, you might give Rocky Mountain Excavating a call. We have jobs at Ft. Carson, Buckley AFB, Air Force Academy, and a few others I'm not sure of. Most of our jobs are Davis Bacon jobs as well. 303-841-0292.

I can't guarantee anything but it's worth a call.

We also have a concrete division.

Merry Christmas!!
12-24-2012 08:28 PM
ClayL dude im looking as well, but all i know is wrenching since its all i've done and i honestly cant stand wrenching for a living anymore
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