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Event Staff (click to expand)

We are looking for people who are outgoing and able to provide a positive experience with excellent customer service in what can be difficult and often stressful situations at a variety of events and venues.

Duties Most Often Include:

Accepting tickets and validating wrist bands for access
Scanning bar coded tickets
Checking Identification
Pat-downs and Checking bags, heavy cartons and other belongings prior to patrons and vendors entering venues
Answering questions and giving directions
Monitoring entry points for proper credentials and restricting access to areas
Setting up and moving equipment and supplies
Traffic control and directing attendees to parking spots

Event Staff Will Be Required To:

Stand in one place for several hours at a time
Bend over, stretch and reach overhead and floor-level repeatedly for several hours at a time
Understand and follow detailed instructions
Have excellent listening skills
Understand and speak the English language clearly
Use a 2-way radio efficiently
Use websites, email, text messaging and social media proficiently
Have a current Colorado ID
Have reliable transportation
Have a working mobile phone
Have a positive attitude
Deescalate frustrations and stressful situations on the part of patrons and vendors
Pass a Colorado Bureau of Investigations background check
Provide clean black pants, a black belt and black shoes

Security Guard (click to expand)

We are looking for people who are outgoing and able to provide a positive experience with excellent customer service in what can be difficult and often stressful situations at a variety of events and venues.

Duties Most Often Include:

Accepting tickets and validating wrist bands for access
Scanning bar coded tickets
Checking Identification
Pat-downs and Checking bags, heavy cartons and other belongings prior to patrons and vendors entering venues
Answering questions and giving directions
Monitoring entry points for proper credentials and restricting access to areas
Setting up and moving equipment and supplies
Traffic control and directing attendees to parking spots
Advanced problem solving
Retention and Ejection of problem guests
Monitor and protect assets and guests from harm
Thorough report writing describing all incidents

Security Guards Will Be Required To:

Stand in one place for several hours at a time
Deescalate frustrations and stressful situations on the part of patrons and vendors
Retain and Eject problem guests
Bend over, stretch and reach overhead and floor-level repeatedly for several hours at a time
Understand and follow detailed instructions
Use a 2-way radio efficiently
Use websites, email, text messaging and social media proficiently
Have a current Colorado ID
Have reliable transportation
Have a working mobile phone
Have a positive attitude
Have excellent listening skills
Understand,  speak and write the English language clearly
Pass a Colorado Bureau of Investigations background check
Pass an Federal Bureau of Investigations background check
Take a 16 hour security guard training course (then an 8 hour refresher course annually)
Meet all of the requirements and acquire a Denver Security Guard License
Provide clean black pants, a black belt and black shoes

Certified Flaggers (click to expand)

Flagger Duties: Competent, certified, courteous, neat, and fully dressed flaggers.

Flaggers shall be available to stop traffic, advise the motorist of any delay, and to keep vehicles in the proper lanes along the event area. The flagger is responsible for safeguarding event goers, pedestrians, his fellow workers on the job, warning motorists of dangers ahead, and guiding them safely through the event area.

Flaggers shall perform their duties in the following manner:

Essential Functions: Must have strong verbal communication skills, ability to read and write, good eye-hand coordination, and the ability to quickly respond appropriately to unexpected events. Employees need to be able to work without direct supervision. As this job may require long periods of standing and being subjected to adverse weather conditions, it is important that the flagger is in good physical condition. It is essential that the employee has good eyesight (corrected vision if needed) and hearing.

Equipment and Work Aids: Position requires the use of stop/slow paddle, hard-hat, reflective vest, rain gear, safety cones, safety signs, radio, and vehicle.

Competencies Required to Perform Job: Employees must have a valid Flagger Certification card issued in the state of Colorado and a valid driver license.

Standing: Constant standing throughout the shift. Position may require standing for periods greater than two hours at a time, for a total of greater than eight hours. No sitting permitted while performing flagging.

Position Requirements: Flagging is a part-time position, with the potential of working full-time hours. Weather conditions and seasonal factors can affect the availability of work. Following are the requirements for employment as a Certified Flagger with Great Events Colorado

You must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.

  • You must have a current Traffic Control Flagger card, issued in the state of Colorado. 
  • You must have a current and valid Driver's License.
  • You must have a current Colorado Background check on file with Great Events Colorado
  • You must have a reliable vehicle to provide self-transportation to and from work sites.
  • You must be able to provide a viable means of contacting you by telephone within thirty (30) minutes. (A cell phone is desirable.)
  • You must be able to meet the requirements of the attached "Flagger Job Description."
  • You acknowledge that if hired, there is no specified length of employment and that you or Great Events of Colorado can terminate the relationship at will, with or without cause, at any time, so long as there is no violation of applicable federal or state law.
  • Be alert at all times.
  • Do not stand with a group where you cannot be easily seen by approaching motorists.
  • Always stand while waiting for traffic.
  • Use proper hand signals with the wand provided.
  • Do not leave your post until your are properly relieved.
  • Have an avenue of escape if approached by an errant vehicle.
  • Have your certification card in your possession while performing flagging duties.

Flaggers must provide their own safety gear.

Flaggers must be dressed in the following manner:

  • Hard hat
  • Approved high-visibility apparel, such as a retroreflective vest, shirt, or jacket (in orange, yellow, strong yellow green, or fluorescent versions of each),
  • Class 2 (torso) vests/shirts/jackets are required for daytime exposure only.
  • Class 3 (full body) vests/shirts/jackets and trousers are required for night-time exposures to traffic.
  • Sign paddle with a 5-foot minimum staff length
  • Fully clothed - removal of shirts is prohibited. Black pants such as cargo, no rips or holes- removal of shirts is prohibited
  • Steel-toed safety shoes