Human Resources

Human Resources



Thank you for your interest in Alamosa County.  We value our employees and consider them our greatest asset.

We are an equal opportunity employer and offer competitive benefits. If you are energetic, committed to quality, service-oriented, and a team player and would like to join our team of dedicated employees, please check our current openings.

 

Ph. (719) 587-5134| F. (719) 587-5207
8900-A Independence Way
Alamosa, Colorado 81101
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m
CONTACT

Human Resources Director Kristy Dennis
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Photo Credit: NPS/Patrick Myers

Human Resources Responsibilities

  • Oversees all employee payroll, benefits, training programs, and other services for the County.
  • Receives, processes, and screens employment applications.
  • Manages policies, rules, and regulations affecting employment and employees.
  • Assists County employees with questions regarding employment, retirement/compensation plans, etc.

CCOERA administers a 401(a) a Retirement Savings Plan that allows employees to set aside pre-tax money for retirement. The county plan requires employees to contribute 4% of their compensation and matches 4% after 6 months of employment. Employees have the right to self-direct the investment into several different types of funds.

CTSI manages the County Health Pool (CHP), the only county-owned health plan provider in Colorado with benefits, contribution rates, and coverages determined by representatives from member counties. CHP's commitment to cost control, well-designed benefit programs, and efficient claims administration makes CHP the best choice for county and other public entity employee health benefits.

June 2, 2020
Job Description:   Alamosa County Public Health Department is seeking part time Certified Nursing Assistants for the Home Health Department.  
April 22, 2020
Job Description: Assist Alamosa County Noxious Weed Coordinator in the implementation and administration of the Alamosa County Weed Management Plan.
April 22, 2020
Job Description: Responsibilities include: Intake and/or ongoing social casework services to families, Drug Court, will perform assessments and evaluations, counseling, and crisis intervention.