The City of Grand Junction is hiring, and several positions are available which you might want to consider. It's possible these might just be your dream jobs.

Have you ever considered going into law enforcement? Not your thing? Okay, how about teaching tennis?

The six positions available at the City of Grand Junction Job Opportunities Page include:

  • Campus Safety Officer at CMU - $16.83 - $19.23
  • Police Officer: Certified Lateral - $27.72 - $33.62
  • Tennis Instructor - $9.30
  • Sports Facility Maintenance - $9.59 - $15.74
  • Summer Sport Camp Recreation Leader I and II - $9.30
  • Administrative Assistant: City Clerk's Office - $17.56 to $20.19

As you can imagine, some jobs are full-time while others are seasonal. So, what exactly goes along with the tennis gig? I've never played the game before in my life, but I'd be interested in the job. According to the Grand Junction Job Opportunities web page, qualifications include:

Applicants must be able to teach basic fundamentals to participants of all ages with various skill levels. Recommended experience includes teaching, coaching, or playing high school or college level tennis. Additional training is provided. Hours vary from 4 to 15 hours per week depending on class schedule. Applicants must be available to work Monday and Wednesday mornings and evenings. - governmentjobs.com

Okay, so I don't meet a single qualification. I'm still interested.

If you or someone you know is looking for a new gig, make sure they see this info. These could be excellent opportunities for the right person.