A Newcomer's Guide to Grand Junction
If you’re seeking a new and exciting challenge or looking to relocate, consider Grand Junction and a career with the City. We interviewed four newcomers who happily shared what they learned about moving to Grand Junction and working for the City.
Relocating for a Job in Grand Junction was the Perfect Choice for this Police Officer and His Young Family
Relocating for a job can be intimidating. Especially with the changes looming over your head such as: finding housing, choosing schools if you have kids, making new friends, and the elevated anxiety that comes with any professional transition – it is overwhelming. However, for City of Grand Junction Police Officer Justin Trejo, the process was seamless (perhaps even serendipitous), and now, two years later, his family is thrilled with their decision and the life they have built in Grand Junction. Read more on the Visit Grand Junction Blog.
College Internship Leads to Full-time Position for CMU Graduate
Grand Junction native, Stevie Oviatt, started her career working a paid internship with the City of Grand Junction and was later hired into a full-time position– all while finishing her degree at Colorado Mesa University (CMU). Stevie couldn’t be happier with how her career has progressed and the opportunities the City of Grand Junction has given her. Read more on the Visit Grand Junction Blog.
Grand Junction Jobs Are Growing – and Offer a Chance To Grow
For job seekers looking for Grand Junction employment opportunities that offer a wealth of benefits, opportunities for career advancement, a supportive work environment with a focus on continuous learning, and the chance to make a difference in the community - the City of Grand Junction is worth considering when searching for a job or career. The City is expanding its workforce with more than 50 new positions in 2022, in addition to hiring for existing positions like Emergency Communications Specialists and Police Officers. Read more on the Visit Grand Junction blog.