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Company Title: Colorado Promotional Group
Job Title: Sports Marketing Account Executive
Job Type: Full-Time
Description of Work:
Colorado Promotional Group is the newest up and coming marketing firm. Our agency is designed around the idea, not the media. As a result, we attract interesting people who are constantly curious. People with ‘majors and minors. Not just those with a one-dimensional view of a singular skill. We like diagonal thinkers that can go across, and up & down, all at once.
Born in the marketing world years ago, we are natives of the current marketing ecosystem. This means that the passion, agility, collaboration and entrepreneurialism that shape the marketing world are also at the core of HC’s culture and spirit.
We believe that marketing is about one thing: growth. At Colorado Promotional Group we lean into change with a vision to help our clients, our partners and our people grow.
We attract people and businesses that want to change the game. We believe that the most important career decision a person can make is the culture they choose to grow in. A culture that not only values great work, but also great people – this is what we aim for every day.
The Sports & entertainment division is specialized marketing offering within Colorado Promotional Group. We consult clients on sports & entertainment marketing. We cover all phases of the process from ideation, rights negotiation and plan execution. Our knowledge and expertise applies across advertising, talent, product placement/integration, event management & production, corporate hospitality and consumer trends & fulfillment.
The Role Objective:
Sports & Entertainment is uniquely positioned to combine an expertise within advertising and communications planning. The Account Executive has a deep knowledge and background rooted in traditional sports and entertainment marketing. In this role you will be expected to actively contribute to the development of innovative ideas that seamlessly and engagingly weave our clients brands into the fabric of consumer passion points through multifaceted partnerships
The Account Executive is a very high-profile position working directly with and learning from very experienced, well-respected, and well-networked Senior Partner/Director of Sports & Entertainment In this role the Account Executive will assist in building out a practice from the ground floor.
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
Primary (day-to-day) Responsibilities:
• This is a high-exposure position involving daily communications with senior-level brand clients, senior representatives from properties (leagues, teams, etc.) and advertising companies, and senior-level colleagues at Colorado Promotional Group
• Actively assist with all aspects of client sponsorship and public relations activation programs across multiple clients and initiatives
• Aspects of programs to include partnership investigation (both marketing and traditional); negotiation; client proposal development and presentation; and planning and execution across marketing, promotional, advertising and experiential marketing
• Conduct research and analysis using Colorado Promotional Group proprietary and syndicated programs
• Responsible for development and distribution of internal/external communications (e.g. Status reports, conference reports, meeting agendas,etc.)
• Responsible for ongoing tracking of industry events and trends, providing relevant updates to Colorado Promotional Group teams and clients
• Develop a clear understanding of all relevant aspects of client's’ business across marketing strategies
• Assist with all aspects of Business Development, agency marketing, and new opportunity prospecting
Essential Skills, Knowledge and Experience
•             1+ year relevant professional experience in sports and/or entertainment marketing
•             Basic knowledge of the sports & entertainment industry and workings.
•             Marketing experience, especially advertising/ PR, highly desired, though not mandatory
•             Dynamic, professional personality with strong people and communication skills
•             Proven track record of relationship building and networking ability
•             Must be self-motivated, enthusiastic, resourceful, self-sufficient and possess a proven multi-tasking ability
Salary: $400 - $600 Weekly
Hours: Flexible
Starting Date: October 28
Link to Application Page: Interested candidates can email:
Closing Date (If less than 30 days):
Company Title: Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus
Job Title: Teaching Kitchen Specialist
Job Type: Seasonal
Description of Work:
Position Opening
THE CHILDREN’S MUSUEM OF DENVER – Teaching Kitchen Specialist BASIC FUNTION AND SUMMARY The Children’s Museum of Denver mission is to create extraordinary experiences that champion the wonder and joy of childhood. As an employee of the Children’s Museum of Denver, the Teaching Kitchen Specialist is an ambassador of the Museum’s mission and brand, and will strive to provide guest experiences that are inspiring, curious, welcoming, playful, inventive, and expert in nature.
The Teaching Kitchen serves a robust daily menu of walk up, facilitated, and registration-based culinary programs that encourage adult-child interaction and result in visible connections between healthy eating and fun. The Teaching Kitchen Specialist serves as a content specialist in culinary arts. 
The Specialist will deliver educational and engaging programming to the Museum’s diverse audiences, including very young children (infants, toddlers, preschoolers, school age children) and their adult influencers. The Specialist, under the direction of the Teaching Kitchen Coordinator, delivers experiences that blend food preparation and playful family learning to result in healthy food choices.
Hours: 32 hours per week including nights and weekends to reflect the unique needs of the Museum’s audience and programs.  Typical schedule will be Saturday through Tuesday.
Rate: $12/hour
•             Facilitate educational cooking programs, modeling best practices in culinary education and exemplary teaching techniques for young children and their adult caregivers
•             Follow and enforce all sanitation and safety guidelines in the Teaching Kitchen
•             Maintain inventory of food and equipment supply
•             Assist with maintaining the gardens, including container gardens, composting and aquaponics. Facilitate garden programming, as necessary
•             Provide guidance and support to Museum staff and interns assisting in the Teaching Kitchen
•             Prepare food samples for the mobile Tasting Cart
•             Facilitate programming and engage families during paid experiences, such as Birthday parties, family workshops and other programs
•             Provide high quality customer service and guest experience to all guests
•             Respond professionally and promptly to guest concerns and emergencies; communicate as needed to appropriate staff or supervisors
•             Exemplary organizational skills and attention to detail
•             Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment
•             Periodic support and programmatic duties in other Museum areas
•             Wear appropriate attire and uniform when on duty
•             Other duties as assigned
•             Proficiency in basic cooking, baking and food preparation techniques
•             Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Health, Safety and Sanitation regulations and best practices
•             Excellent public speaking and facilitation skills with teens, young children, families and educators from diverse backgrounds
•             Energetic and flexible: demonstrated ability to take initiative, respond to change, follow through on tasks and make decisions
•             Professionalism: ability to take on all responsibilities of the position with enthusiasm and spirit of teamwork
•             Ability to quickly adapt existing activities and programs to serve changing audience needs and variety of learning styles and ages
•             Ability to communicate with customers and co-workers in a direct, respectful, and confident manner
•             Fluent English proficiency, writing and public speaking skills
•             Spanish language proficiency desired
•             2+ years postsecondary education in culinary arts, nutrition, food science, early childhood or related field; Bachelors degree preferred
•             One year + experience working with children and families in an informal educational setting, delivering similar content
Ability to lift, load, unload and set up materials and equipment (up to 50 lbs). Able to stand for extended periods of time (up to 6 hours). Position duties also require kneeling, squatting, reaching and other physical activities.
The noise level in the work environment is moderate to noisy.
None expected
To apply, please submit resume, cover letter and 3 professional references to Renée Petrillo, Teaching Kitchen Coordinator at by October 24, 2016.
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience): see above
Salary: $12.00 / hour
Hours: 32
Starting Date: 10/31/2016
Link to Application Page: Children's Museum Application Page
Closing Date (If less than 30 days): 10/31/2016
Company Title: Sunglass Hut- Denver International Airport
Job Title: Sales Consultant
Job Type: Part-Time
Description of Work:
Sunglass Hut is a global leader in the sale of premium sunglasses with over 2000 retail stores across North America. We offer competitive benefits, valuable training, and unlimited growth opportunities. As part of an eyewear industry leader, Luxottica, Sunglass Hut has an energetic, fashion-forward culture and diverse career paths for all types of talented and driven people. At Sunglass Hut, our mission is to be the premier shopping and inspiration destination for the top brands, latest trends and exclusive styles of high quality fashion and performance sunglasses.
The Sales Consultant is vital to the success of Sunglass Hut and is an ambassador of The Sunglass Hut Experience. The Sales Consultant spends time on the sales floor performing all functions relating to The Sunglass Hut Experience and store operations.
Utilizes The Sunglass Hut Experience tools to consistently deliver sales plan and company objectives.
Achieves/exceeds individual sales plan by creating an EMOTIONAL CONNECTION with customers.
Leverages reporting tools to track individual results and identify areas of opportunity.
Partners with Store/Center Manager to maximize sales potential.
People work for people – uses this philosophy to grow careers, encourage teamwork and retain talent through a development-focused environment.
Creates an inspirational and motivating work environment that reflects the integrity of the brand.
Collaborates with fellow Associates to foster teamwork.
Seeks out opportunities for self-development as defined in an individual development plan.
Creates an EMOTIONAL CONNECTION within the store team that translates into sales and ensures that every Associate consistently delivers The Sunglass Hut Experience.
Spends 100% of the time on the sales floor.
Ensures every aspect of The Sunglass Hut Experience is impeccably executed throughout the store.
Makes simple and fast decisions in the best interest of our customers.
Acts as an ambassador for the Sunglass Hut brand.
Builds the Sunglass Hut brand by consistently executing the brand standards.
Stays adept at knowing the product and staying current on new merchandise and fashion trends.
Builds and develops expertise in delivery of The Sunglass Hut Experience.
Consistently executes all visual standards, store merchandising practices and inventory control activities.
Impeccably executes all operational policies and procedures and maintains brand standards.
Properly executes all promotions, contests and incentives
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
High school diploma or equivalent
Demonstrated expertise in every aspect of store operations Detail-oriented Critical thinking
Customer service and/or retail experience
Salary: $10+
Hours: 7am-8pm Flexible Schedule
Starting Date: ASAP
Link to Application Page: Sunglass Hut Application Page
Closing Date (If less than 30 days):
Company Title: Mile High United Way
Job Title: Elementary Reading Tutor
Job Type: Full-Time
Description of Work:
Colorado Reading Corps is seeking passionate and dedicated individuals to serve as full-time Reading Corps tutors for Jan to June 2017. Tutors will provide literacy interventions to students in grades K-3 in elementary schools around metro Denver and in Northern Colorado. This AmeriCorps position supports the work that is done in the classroom by using prescribed reading interventions in one-on-one tutoring sessions with students at risk of reading failure. We are looking for individuals with positive attitudes who have a desire to serve their community through education and are willing and enthusiastic to commit to 6 months of service. Members will serve. As part of the AmeriCorps program, Reading Corps members are part of a national network of service-minded individuals who dedicate a  term of service responding to community needs, like early childhood education and literacy.
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
Strong interest in education, specifically helping young children practice reading skills Experience working with children Dedication to community service Computer skills, including the ability to navigate and use online database systems and e-mail Speak, read, and write English fluently Responsible, organized, flexible, motivated, professional Excellent oral and written communication skills Ability to make a commitment to complete 11 months of service (August 2016– June 30, 2017) High school diploma or GED and must be at least 18-years-old U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident alien
Preferred: College coursework, college degree, or equivalent work experience
EMAIL: or call Judy at 201.788.8178. We look forward to hearing from you.
Salary:  $522 pretax biweekly, Education Award of $2887
Hours: 40 hours weekly
Starting Date: Jan 3, 2017
Link to Application Page:  Mile High United Way Application Page
Closing Date (If less than 30 days):

Company Title: Mile High Youth Corps
Job Title: YouthBuild Crew Leader: Construction
Job Type: Full-Time
Description of Work:
Summary:    The Crew Leader: Construction oversees crews of 12-18 YouthBuild participants ages 18-24 on a working construction site and in a construction lab environment. The Crew Leader: Construction is responsible for maintaining safe worksite practices, providing direct instruction, work project supervision, maintaining cohesive program implementation, leading independent projects, and providing training and leadership development opportunities for each crew. This position works closely with general and sub-contractors to assist in project completion and maximizing training opportunities for Corpsmembers. Reports directly to the Program Manager: YouthBuild.
Essential Functions
Supervision & Management
•             Provide daily supervision and construction training to a crew of up to 18 young people on a working construction site.
•             Act as a positive role model to all Corpsmembers and promote a positive Corps culture.
•             Enforce the code of conduct, discipline policies, and program procedures outlined in the Employee Handbook and in conjunction with various YouthBuild grant guidelines.
•             Provide both positive feedback and constructive criticism for the day’s work and address means for improvement. Implement and follow-through with consequences and rewards as appropriate.
•             Facilitate the daily development of job skills with Corpsmembers, reinforcing skills taught in the job readiness training curriculum when possible.
•             Teach basic carpentry skills including demolition, framing, insulation, roofing, drywall, and finish carpentry to YouthBuild Corpsmembers
•             Support additional training opportunities provided by construction partners.
•             Teach and ensure the safe, proper use of all hand tools, power tools, and equipment.
•             Maintain a safe worksite.  This includes, but is not limited to:
o             Ensuring all Corpsmembers follow proper safety procedures and protocols, including MHYC and OSHA standards.
o             Enforcing the proper use of personal protective equipment.
o             Facilitating and oversee daily safety topics, regular safety walk-throughs, and identification of jobsite hazards.
o             Coordinating with sub-contractors on training opportunities and monitor safety practices across the site.
•             Consistently and proactively communicate with YouthBuild team members regarding Corpsmembers’ behavior, successes, issues, and concerns.
•             Maintain Corpsmember confidentiality.
Project Implementation
•             Serve as a liaison and on-site contact with General Contractors, Sub-contractors and other project sponsors.
•             Distribute work among Corpsmembers and maintain consistent workflow, ensuring each Corpsmember receives quality jobsite learning opportunities.
•             Assist in completing all project reports, evaluations, and tracking forms in a timely manner.
Corpsmember Development & Education
•             Promote individual learning and personal growth among Corpsmembers.
•             Participate in and help supervise community service projects.
•             Support in the facilitation of construction lab training to meet the standards of industry-recognized credential.
•             Support and encourage Corpsmember participation and progress in the program overall including high school diploma classes, career readiness training, life skills classes, and training programs.  Coordinate with other staff members where appropriate to incorporate academic, job skills, service learning opportunities, and leadership opportunities across program components.
•             Plan and facilitate team-building activities.
•             Facilitate the growth of leadership skills amongst Corpsmembers through implementing the jobsite leadership roles, providing appropriate feedback and identifying appropriate avenues for individual growth.
•             Assist with recruiting, interviewing and hiring of Corpsmembers.
•             Recognize positive accomplishments of Corpsmembers through organiztion-wide awards and individual acknowledgements within the YouthBuild team.
•             Attend relevant staff development trainings, including RiseUp Community School meetings and professional development activities as appropriate.
Administrative Duties
•             Maintain thorough records on Corpsmembers throughout the length of the program, including but not limited to tracking programmatic activities, trainings, skills learned, project accomplishments, daily attendance, and time records.
•             Work with YouthBuild team to evaluate Corpsmembers on a regular basis through a formalized review process.
•             Maintain inventory of all tools and equipment used on the job on a daily basis.
•             Provide timely information as needed to meet organization and funder reporting required.
•             Complete timely data entry in assigned databases for organization and funder purposes.
•             Attend and fully participate in staff meetings, YouthBuild team meetings, other organization, funder and partner meetings as appropriate.
•             Other duties may be assigned as necessary.
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
•             High School diploma or equivalent is required.
•             Two years of college or vocational training (or applicable experience) is preferred with a focus in youth development, construction trades or management, community involvement, or related field.
•             Experience working with a diverse group of people in a team atmosphere.
•             Experience supervising and/or leading groups of youth.
•             Significant construction experience is required, with a minimum of 2-4 years construction.
•             Experience supervising a construction crew preferred.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
•             Commitment to help young people succeed in an innovative training program, to reorient their lives, nurture their leadership skills, and enable them to make a difference in their community.
•             Ability to motivate, enforce discipline procedures, communicate effectively, and teach safe work practices.
•             Ability to organize, motivate, and direct a crew of young people on construction projects.
•             Ability to prepare accurate records and reports.
•             Must be computer literate. Ability to utilize databases and software programs.
•             Valid driver’s license with an insurable driving record and ability to drive a 12-passenger van (will be trained and certified if hired.)
•             Ability to use hand and power tools.
•             Ability to complete tasks in a detailed and timely manner.
•             Ability to meet deadlines.
•             Superior people skills, including good speaking and writing skills.
•             Ability to work well with people from diverse backgrounds.
•             Ability to work well with others in a team atmosphere.
•             Ability to pass pre-employment background check, drug screening and fingerprint-based FBI check.
•             Must be eligible to legally work in the United States, which will be confirmed using the Federal E-Verify system
•             Knowledge of Denver Metro Area preferred.
Hours & Compensation
This is a full-time salaried non-exempt position with benefits. Salary range for this position is: $29,000 to $32,000 per year.   Salary is commensurate with experience.  Hours are arranged upon hire, and will vary between Monday through Thursday, 7:30 am – 4:00 pm, Friday 8 am to 4:00 pm.  Personal vehicle use may be required.  Some evenings and weekends may be required for Corps related functions.
Salary: $29,000- $32,000
Hours: 40
Starting Date: 11/21/2016
Link to Application Page: Mile High Youth Corp Application Page
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