Elections Technician, Chief Building Official, Planner II or III
Elections Technician – Glenwood Springs Chief Building Official – Glenwood Springs Planner II or III – Glenwood Springs Criminal Justice Services Officer I – Rifle Finance Director – Glenwood Springs Child Support Case Manager I – Rifle Eligibility Tech A (Temp/Full-Time w/Benefits) - Rifle Eligibility Tech A or B - Rifle Public Health Nurse I or II
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Garfield County Incorporated on February 10, 1883, Garfield County, Colorado, is named after the 20th President of the United States, James A. Garfield. Born in Ohio on November 19, 1831, Garfield is a very appropriate namesake for a county as diverse as this. Diverse in his background, interests and profession, some part of his life is likely to inspire everyone.
Garfield County is one of the largest counties in Colorado, incorporating nearly 3,000 square miles on the western boundary of the state. The county has more than doubled in population since 1985 and is projected to double in size again by 2040. With this continual population increase and growth pressure comes many transitions within each of the six incorporated communities, as well as changes seen at a countywide level.