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CU System Administration HR
Why work at University of Colorado System Administration?
- Academic Affairs
- Budget Office
- Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities
- CU Health and Welfare Trust
- Employee Services
- Institutional Research
- Internal Audit
- Office of Policy and Efficiency
- Procurement Service Center (PSC)
- State and Federal Relations
- Technology Transfer
- University Controller
- University Counsel
- University Information Systems (UIS)
- University Relations
- University Risk Management
What types of employees work at the System offices?
The university is a part of the State of Colorado personnel system. Positions classified within the state personnel system are called classified positions. As such these positions are subject to state personnel rules governing the hiring process. In order to be considered for a classified position, candidates must be a resident of the State of Colorado at the time of application. The selection process may include a series or combination of assessments or interviews.
University Staff (formerly Exempt Professionals)
University staff positions are exempt from the state of Colorado personnel system and as such are not subject to the residency requirement. The selection processes may include a series of assessments or interviews. University staff positions provide leadership, management, program development/implementation and a variety of support services for the university as a whole.
What are the system offices like?
The CU System offices at 1800 Grant St. provide modern workspaces, secure, in-building, heated parking available at below-market prices, and easy access to all the restaurants, shopping and amenities downtown Denver has to offer. This Google map presents just a few conveniences in the area surrounding the building.
Things to do nearby
System offices employees love to explore downtown Denver. The best way to do this is by walking, which nicely complements the university's commitment to health and wellness. Here are some great attractions within walking distance:
Brown Palace Hotel - Round trip: 15-minute walk
Cheesman Park - Round trip: 60-minute walk
D Bar (Dessert Bar, as featured on Travel Channel & Food Network) - Round trip: 35-minute walk
Denver City Park - Round trip: 60-minute walk
Denver’s Firefighter Museum - Round trip: 25-minute walk
Grant Humphrey Mansion - Round trip: 55-minute walk
Black American West Museum - Round trip: 45-minute walk
Molly Brown House Museum - Round trip: 30-minute walk
Old Spaghetti Factory - Round trip: 30-minute walk
Ritz-Carlton - Round trip: 30-minute walk
State Capitol - Round trip: 20-minute walk
Coors Field - Round Trip: 40-minute walk