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Employees of the Chamber and its affiliates are an integral part of the success of the organization. Each staff member fills an essential role, contributing to the superior service we provide our members. This team atmosphere is fostered by all members of the staff. The work is challenging and the pace can be demanding, but the atmosphere and the work are rewarding.
We strive for perfection and settle for excellence.
We are an equal opportunity employer and seek to diversify our perspectives. We recognize that we can best do so by attracting, retaining and developing the best talent available. We strive to recruit staff with diverse backgrounds and experiences and recognize the value diversity can bring to the organization.
We encourage all staff to establish and foster a vital connection to the communities in which we live and work. By providing equitable treatment and respect for our differences, we are better able to work together as a team to provide unparalleled service to our members and community as a whole.
The Chamber believes strongly in the ongoing training and professional development of all of its employees.
To facilitate its commitment to professional development, we provide a broad range of training options at all levels of the organization. We are committed to ensuring that all individuals realize their potential and perform at a superior level.
The Membership Representative is responsible for selling and retaining members in accordance with the minimum performance standards set forth in the Membership Representative Compensation plan.
Click here for the full job description. Applications must be received by Monday, Jan. 12.
Qualified applicants send a complete application to include: cover letter, resume, salary history and salary expectations to: email@example.com Attention: Stephanie Samano.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Colorado Employment Verification Law
The Colorado Employment Verification law applies to all public & private employers in Colorado, and is in addition to separate federal I-9 requirements. Employers must comply with the provisions of the law for employees hired on and after January 1, 2007. There are 2 main components: (1) an affirmation requirement, and (2) a requirement to make & retain copies of employee identity and employment eligibility documentation.
Effective October 1, 2012, Colorado employers must use the Division affirmation form with a revision date of 09/06/12 for all new hires.
View the form here