Current Openings

Volunteering on a board or commission is not only a great way to get involved in county government, but also a wonderful opportunity to work alongside other passionate individuals like yourself. Please take some time to review our current board openings below, and we hope you find an opening that interests you.

Boards and Commissions

Please see openings listed below and click the link below to apply. 

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Board of Public Health

Openings - There is one (1) opening for a resident who lives in the School District Boundary 4, which includes towns of Kersey, Gill, Barnesville, Evans and Greeley east of 14th Avenue.                                                                                                                                                                          

Duties/responsibilities Conducts hearings and considers bio-solid and septage applications and On-Site Wastewater Treatment System Variances.  Receives reports from the Health Department Executive Director and staff on programs and health issue affecting Weld County residents.

Qualifications needed – Any background is acceptable. Anyone with an interest in Public and Environmental Health is encouraged to apply.

Time commitment – One to two hours per month; the board meets the fourth Tuesday of every month at 9 a.m. There is no meeting in December.

Building Trades Advisory Committee

Openings - There are three (3) openings on this committee.  One (1) is for a cement contractor with a business address in Weld County;  one (1) for a representative of the Weld County Builders Association; and one (1) for the Home Builder's Association of Northern Colorado.

Duties/responsibilities - Reviews proposed changes to Chapter 29, Building Regulations, and make recommendations to Building Division and Board of County Commissioners. The board reviews complaints relating to the administration and enforcement of Building Code Regulations and serves as a communication link between the county and the construction industry.

Qualifications needed – Background in the construction industry or building trades professionals.

Time commitment – Four hours annually; the board meets the third Thursday in April and October at 5:30 p.m. 

Questions? For those wanting more information about this committee, please contact Tom Parko at 970-400-3572, tparko@weldgov.com.

Human Services Advisory Commission

Opening - There is one (1) opening for a resident from the private sector.

Duties/responsibilities - Commission members will advise on requirements related to the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), a federally funded program that provides resources to alleviate the causes and conditions of poverty in communities; serve as the “Placement Alternatives Commission” (PAC) for Weld County in relation to out-of-home placement allocations, Core Services and other specific intervention and prevention programming; and advise on the evaluation of the overall effectiveness of Weld County programs designed to prevent or reduce out-of-home placement of children and youth involved in the Child Welfare system. 

Qualifications needed – One third of the board members need to be low-income (125% of poverty or below) or representing low-income community members, one third need to be elected officials or designated by elected officials and one third from the private sector, with no specific qualification.

Time commitment – Approximately 10 hours per year and meets quarterly.

 

Noxious Weed Management Advisory Board

Openings - There is one (1) opening on this board. 

Duties/responsibilities – Advises County Commissioners and staff regarding integrated weed management of noxious weeds on county and private property in compliance with State and County laws.

Qualifications needed – Members must live in unincorporated Weld County. Anyone interested in the environment and landscape is encouraged to apply. Knowledge of agriculture or plants is helpful but not necessary. A majority of board members must own more than 40 acres of land in Weld County.

Time commitment – Six hours a year; the board typically meets three times a year at 7 p.m. 

Weld Faith Partnership Council

Openings - There is one (1) opening on this council.

Duties/responsibilities - Advises County Commissioners on strategic recommendations from a faith-based and community-based perspective regarding issues of concern. Up to 15 members serve, including geographic representation of the faith community.

 Qualifications needed – The council is seeking a broad representation of individuals interested or involved in the faith-based community throughout Weld County, such as churches, youth groups, volunteer organizations, etc.

Time commitment – Two hours per month; the council meets the second Thursday of the month at 7:30 a.m.

Workforce Development Board

Openings - There are four (4) openings for Business Representatives and two (2) openings for Workforce Representatives on this board.

Duties/responsibilities - This board is business-led with a majority of its members representing the private sector and other members representing organized labor, community-based organizations, education, economic development organizations, other state agencies and individuals with disabilities. The WDB is charged with identifying regional workforce needs, developing and implementing systems in response and providing overall direction for Employment Services of Weld County.

Qualifications needed:

A Business Representative of Accommodation/Hospitality or Food Service, Transportation, Agriculture, Other Services (except Public Administration) and Manufacturing or Healthcare.

A Workforce Representative who is a member of a labor organization or a training director or representative of an apprenticeship program; or a representative of a community-based organization that have expertise in addressing the employment needs of individuals with barriers to employment, including organizations that serve veterans.

Time commitment – Up to four hours per month.  General meetings take place in-person on the second Tuesday of every other month at 11:45 a.m. Additional engagement opportunities are offered throughout the year.  Two subcommittees meet in-person, six times per year. Participation on subcommittees is highly encouraged.  

Questions? For those wanting more information about the board, please contact Heather Roberts, (970) 400-6752hroberts@weldgov.com.