Join us as we serve our community.

At MHFD, we love what we do. It’s an honor and a privilege to serve our community as a whole. Because we’re servants at heart, our mission statement is more than words on a page—it’s our way of life. And that’s why we focus on hiring exceptional individuals who are not only experts in their field, but also are committed to public service.

The Mile High Flood District is an equal opportunity employer.

Current Job Opportunities

Check out our available job opportunities. If none are posted, be sure to check back frequently—we’re always looking for great new team members.

 

GIS TECHNICIAN
This is a full-time, non-exempt position as a GIS Technician for the Mile High Flood District (MHFD). Collaborating with a small but talented team of GIS professionals, your role is critical in the development and implementation of industry accepted standards and procedures for GIS applications and services.  The GIS Technician is responsible for performing a variety of GIS mapping and information technology technical work in support of District service lines. This position offers great potential for technical and professional growth, along with an opportunity to make a difference in the stormwater and floodplain management community. Ideal candidates should have a background in GIS mapping and information technology. Candidates should possess knowledge of developing geospatial datasets, performing spatial analysis, and digital map design. Click here to read the job description.

WATERSHED MANAGER
This is a full-time, exempt position as a Watershed Manager with MHFD. Supporting one of nine watershed service areas, the Watershed Manager position provides a variety of professional functions associated with watershed planning, floodplain mapping, design and construction, and stream management. The Watershed Manager position plays a critical role in collaborating on a regional scale with local government partners, state, and federal agencies to create a vision for the watershed and drive policy and decision-making to create resilient streams through forward-thinking watershed management approaches. Click here to read the job description.

To be considered for either of these exciting career opportunities, submit your resume and cover letter to Amelia Deleon, Human Resources Director via email:  adeleon@mhfd.org by Friday, June 03, 2022.


MHFD is proud to offer an excellent benefits package, including health, dental, vision, medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts, health savings account, and multiple retirement savings programs. We value professional growth and personal development and strive to provide a vibrant working environment along with an opportunity to make a difference in the stormwater and floodplain management community. Join our growing team and play a role in fulfilling our vision of Protecting People, Property and our Environment.

MHFD is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

MHFD Engineer Internship Program

MHFD’s Engineer Internship Program offers a pre-professional job experience for qualified engineering students. Our internship program provides students with an opportunity to conduct meaningful work under the guidance and mentorship of professional engineers and/or construction managers. Students that participate in this program gain experience valuable to their personal and professional growth while fostering relationships with potential employers.

To be eligible for our internship program, the individual must be currently enrolled as a full time student in an undergraduate or graduate college/university, majoring in Civil or Environmental Engineering, or related studies. If you have any questions about our internship program, please contact Amelia Deleon at 303-455-6277 or email adeleon@mhfd.org

 

 

Our average tenure is over 10 years

We’ve said it before: we love our jobs. So much so, our employees that start here tend to stay here. See why we’re so proud of the work we do to protect your communities from flood events.

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