# Job listing
Denver Police Department seeks forensic scientist, pay up to $95,469
(National Cancer Institute/Unsplash) (DENVER, Colo.) The Denver Police Department Crime Laboratory is hiring individuals to work as entry-level Forensic Scientists. Qualified applicants will assist with investigating criminal cases like sexual assault, homicide and additional major crimes. This position will analyze cannabis, delta-9 THC infused products and concentrates at the Denver Crime Lab building located at 1371 Cherokee St.
Frontier Airlines seeks full-time flight attendants in Denver, pay at $24.51 per hour
(Denver International Airport) (DENVER, Colo.) Low-cost flight airline Frontier is seeking individuals to work as full-time flight crew members at Denver International Airport.
OED seeking grants and finance manager with pay up to $140K
(Cytonn Photography/Unsplash) (DENVER, Colo.) The City and County of Denver is seeking qualified applicants to serve as the manager of the Denver Office of Emergency Management Grants and Finance team.
Denver in need of 911 operator with pay starting at $24/hour
( Mahdi Bafande/Unsplash) (DENVER, Colo.) Denver is seeking a public safety professional to fulfill the role of emergency communication technician, with a starting rate of $24/hour.
Denver seeks part-time lifeguards with pay starting at $15.87/hour
(DENVER, Colo.) Denver Parks and Recreation is looking to hire strong and enthusiastic swimmers to work as part-time lifeguards. The part-time position starts at $15.87/hour, requires Lifeguard Certification and is open to qualified candidates ages 15 or older.
Bad Job Listings Filter Out Qualified Candidates
If your company is having trouble getting qualified job candidates in the door, there could be a very big filter that you’re overlooking. For external hires, one of the first things they encounter is your posted job listings. Here, many companies make critical mistakes that can turn people away. If your listings are over-descriptive or hyper-nuanced, people are going to assume they won’t qualify, and they’ll move on. Start fixing this problem by fixing your job descriptions.