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A: Simply visit www.colorado.gov/jobs and find a position that interests you, and for which you are qualified, and then click on "Apply."
A: Classified positions with the State of Colorado are governed by the State Constitution, Colorado Revised Statutes and the Personnel Board Rules and Personnel Director's Administrative Procedures. Non-classified positions are not governed by these rules.
A: The Colorado Constitution (Article XII, Section 13) requires that applicants for state classified government jobs be residents of Colorado, unless the position is located within 30 miles of the state border or this requirement has been waived by the State Personnel Director or the State Personnel Board. Click here for more information: State Employment Opportunities FAQs.
A: Yes. The Colorado Constitution (Article XII, Section 15) authorizes veterans' preference. Click here for more information: State Employment Opportunities FAQs.
A: Log into your account, then click on "Application Status" to see a list of the jobs for which you have applied. To print the announcement, click on the job title in the Job Title column. To print your application, click "View" in the View App. column. Click here for more information: State Employment Opportunities FAQs.
A: When you complete a "Job Interest Card", each time a position opens within the State of Colorado whose category matches one of the categories you've chosen, you will receive an email notification for the next 12 months after you submit the form. Click here for more information: State Employment Opportunities FAQs.
A. Log-in to benefitsolver and make change to add child to dental using life event of "Dependent Child Turns Five". This will also increase your premium. If you don't do this…you will not be able to add your child until the next open enrollment.
A. 31 Days
A. First of month following your date of hire.
A. You will not be able to elect benefits again until Open Enrollment or a Mid Year Qualifying Life-Event.
A. End of the month of which my termination occurs?
A. You will receive a COBRA election notification within 14 days, please follow the directions contained in the notice or call our COBRA administrator at (877) 268-5129.
A. There are certain events such as divorce, loss of group coverage, birth, marriage that will allow you to make changes to your insurance elections outside of open enrollment. Please contact your benefits administrator for more information. NOTE: FOR MOST MID-YEAR ELECTIONS, YOU HAVE 31 DAYS TO COMPLETE THE ENTRY IN BENEFITSOLVER AND 45 DAYS TO SUBMIT DOCUMENTATION.
A. All dependent children will be dropped from medical, dental and life at the end of the month in which they turn 26.
A. For detailed information regarding the FY 2019-20 Medical and Dental Premiums, as well all State Benefits, visit www.colorado.gov/dhr/benefits.
A. For more information visit: www.copera.org or call 303-832-9550 or 1-800-759-7372
A. The state's plan year runs from July 1-June 30. Open Enrollment typically runs from late-April through early/mid-May.
A: The process, report, and Director's letter can be found on the state's Compensation page. Click here to see the FY 2020-21 Annual Compensation Report.
A. Annual Survey (Salary Survey) is completed annually per C.R.S. 24-50-104 (1)(a)(II) and 24-50-104 (4)(c) and may or may not reflect a merit increase. Merit is separate from the annual survey and does not mean the same thing.
A. There could be a variety of reasons. Please visit www.colorado.gov/dhr/personal-services-contracts for more information on Personal Service Contracts.
A. No FMLA is job protection as long as you return the required forms and certifications.
A: The State is excited to partner with BenefitHub to bring employees more savings, new features and an easier way to shop local and national discount programs. Click here to access the BenefitHub employee discount page. You will need to create a login name and password.