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Posted on: July 17, 2018

Bogus Job Postings

EMPLOYMENT-SERVICESRecently, false job postings have been published on various job sites that are not actual vacancies in our organization. The job postings listed on the City's website are the only available openings for the City. 

This has been causing a lot of confusion for the public as they apply for jobs at these other sites and are then calling City staff to inquire about the bogus openings.

The City of Pueblo's website is the official place to find available job openings located at www.pueblo.us/jobs. The public can sign up for notifications via email and/or text message about current employment opportunities with "Notify Me". 

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