Daniel B. – Customer Support Analyst I

El Paso County Digital Strategy & Technology (DST)

We Deliver the Technology Solutions that Power El Paso County.

We stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our customers, have the flexibility to adapt as their needs change, and seek to continually inspire the transformation of citizen services delivery.

“We can set the tone for a diverse, inclusive, growth-oriented organization because the county consistently promotes from within and welcomes fresh talent.”

Jordan P.

Executive Assistant – Human Horoscope

Perks You Can Use

Medical, dental, & vision benefits

Paid vacation, sick,
holiday, & personal leave

Onsite Health &
Fitness Centers

Reach your Peak
Wellness Program

Short & Long Term
Disability

Life
Insurance

Spending Accounts for Dependent Care

Employee Assistant
Program

Tuition
Reimbursement

Retirement & Deferred
Compensation Plans

Hybrid Work For
Work-Life Balance

We know that a healthy balance between work and personal life is important to you. It is important to us, too! We believe a hybrid work schedule of both on-site and remote work improves work efficiency, promotes intentional collaboration, and empowers employees with personal responsibility.

  • Employees spend a minimum of 16 hours of work in our Colorado Springs office, but have the flexibility to schedule their remaining remote work hours.
  • Better work/life balance leads to increased productivity, intentional collaboration, and a chance to enjoy the Colorado lifestyle.

Open IT Jobs

IT Senior Project Manager

El Paso County, Colorado Springs

Full-Time - $94,500 - $141,680 USD - Year

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Data Center Manager

El Paso County, Colorado Springs

Full-Time - $94,500 - $141,680 USD - Year

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IT Project Coordinator

El Paso County, Colorado Springs

Full-Time - $64,200 - $96,340 USD - Year

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IT Project Manager

El Paso County, Colorado Springs

Full-Time - $80,900 - $121,240 USD - Year

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About El Paso County

El Paso County has a total area of 2,130 square miles (5,500 km2) and, with more than 700,000 residents, is the second-most populous county in Colorado. It lies in east central Colorado and encompasses more than 2,158 square miles – slightly more than twice the area of the state of Rhode Island (excluding Narragansett Bay). While the western portion of El Paso County is extremely mountainous, the eastern part is prairie land where dairy cows and beef cattle are the main source of ranchers’ income. The altitude ranges from about 5,095 feet (1569 m) on the southern border at Black Squirrel Creek to 14,110 feet (4301 m) on the summit of Pikes Peak, near the western boundary. The county seat is located in Colorado Springs.

Mission

Focusing on creating consistently great customer experiences, we deliver dependable services that our El Paso County customers can count on.

Values

We always seek to do the right thing and be accountable for our work.

We thrive when facing changing circumstances.

We know that how is as important as what we communicate.

Like cowboys of the old west, we ride for the brand and protect it like it was our own.

El Paso County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The County does not discriminate against persons because of their genetic information, age, gender, gender identity and gender expression, color, race, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, political affiliation, or traits that are historically associated with a person’s race, to include stereotypes associated with hair texture, hair type, and protective hairstyles in making employment decisions, including determining suitability for employment, compensation, promotion, transfers, education, discipline, demotion or discharge. Selection decisions will be made in a non-discriminatory manner consistent with this policy and EEO principles.