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At CIG, we are always seeking to add new individuals to our team who embody our culture and are pursuing an opportunity to develop and thrive in our fast-paced environment.

CIG is a place for individuals who are seeking a career, not just a job.

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We provide continuous opportunities for growth and creativity, which will allow you to become the professional you have always wanted to be.

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We also offer full time staff a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401K with match, charitable donations match, holiday pay, and vacation.

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We are looking for people who want to make a difference and who don't want to be just a number, but rather an integral part of a team.

Consolidated Investment Group - Englewood, CO

Investing in real estate, private equity and capital markets

Part-Time Art Studio Assistant

Are you looking for an opportunity to work with creative, forward-thinking professionals that have a passion for Art? This newly created position may be the perfect opportunity for you. The Art Studio Assistant will help oversee the operations of the studio; they will manage and contribute to a variety of projects; aid in production and studio upkeep; assist the principal with photoshoots of artwork; assist with the website and social media content related to the art studio; manage inventory of materials needed, interact with clients, contractors, and staff; will assist in supporting and completing meticulous tasks and running errands. Projects and task require the Art Studio Assistant to have excellent attention to detail and organization.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Must be very detail oriented, organized, and comfortable working on meticulous tasks and running errands
• Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Excellent ability to multitask
• Sound judgement skills
• Ability to keep confidential information secure and private
• In rare cases, ability to lift and handle objects up to 50 pounds
• Ability to stoop, bend, and kneel throughout the shift
• Basic Mac proficiency (knowledge of Apple products helpful)
• Must have a valid Colorado driver license and insurance

• 12-20 hours per week (prefer three 4–5-hour days a week)
• Schedule meetings and appointments
• Run errands.
• Fabricate artworks.
• Assist with production and post-production of artworks.
• Manage websites (Squarespace) and social media.
• Updating filing system using Artwork Archive
• Creative writing skills is a plus

Education & Training:
• High school diploma or GED.

$16.00 per hour

Work and Work Location:
One location - Englewood, CO 80110 (Black Cube Headquarters)

• Benefits: Flexible schedule depending on candidates’ availability
• Schedule: Day shift
• Shift: 4-hour shift per day
• Work week: Monday to Friday (No weekends)

First Officer

Job Description:

The successful candidate will work as a team member in a crew environment, be safety-oriented, possess strong leadership skills, and embody superior customer service, as well as perform the duties of a Challenger 605 First Officer for part 91 operations including:

Responsible for the safe conduct of flights to which he/she is assigned while ensuring compliance with all federal, state, local and foreign regulations, policies and procedures
Comply with schedules and other directives governing aircraft operation
Ensure pre-flight inspections are performed and aircraft is prepared for flight
Study weather conditions at destination, enroute, at alternate airports and departure points
Prepare and file flight plans as required
Review and calculate aircraft weight and balance, fuel on board and performance charts
Assist in cleaning, stocking and updating avionics of company aircraft as needed
Insuring all aspects of aircraft readiness for upcoming trips
Maintaining communications with operations
Follow all safety rules and regulations while performing work assignments and adhere to all policies and procedures as specified in company manuals and as directed in the employee handbook
Perform all other duties as assigned by management in a professional and efficient manner
CRM(?) and interpersonal skills with team member
Must be willing to occasionally work weekends
We are seeking individuals who:

Are safety forward and follow best industry safety practices
Focus on exceeding the expectations of each passenger by providing superior customer service
That embodiesEmbody and represents the company’s culture and brand
Empower and respect fellow team members
Strive for continuous improvement and increased growth for the Company
Must live within 2 hours of KAPA or willing to relocate
Average 200 flight hours per year to include 2-3 International Flights

First Officers estimated annual compensation years 1-3: $94,000-$111,000

Minimum Qualifications for First Officer

Valid Driver’s License

Valid Unrestricted Passport

Ability to pass CANPASS

Must be able to work in the USA legally

Current FAA First Class Medical

Commercial Pilot Certificate

FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit

Able to lift at least 75 lbs.

Must pass Company background checks

Must pass pre-employment drug test

No accident, incident, or enforcement in the past 5 years

Minimum Flight Experience

1500 Hours Total Flying Time

500 Hours Pilot-In-Command Flying Time

25 Hours Multi-Engine Flying Time

75 Hours Instrument Time


Multi-Engine ATP (Bombardier C604/C605/C650 Type Rating preferred)*

*The Company will type the successful applicant, a training agreement will be required

Previous experience in corporate aircraft (Part 135/91) preferred but not required

ATP, ATP-CTP or ATP written complete

2000 hours total flight time

500 hours of multi-engine fixed-wing experience.

250 hours Turbine

100 hours Jet


Complete insurance coverage available beginning day 1 of employment, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, & AD&D

Excellent Quality of Life – all meals, lodging, and transportation are expensed on a company-issued credit card, and you keep your loyalty points.

401(k) with a generous company match

Company paid First Class Medical

Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance

Voluntary Group Universal Life Insurance

Short / Long Term Disability Insurance

Flexible Spending Account

Family Medical Leave Program (FMLA)

Paid Vacation, Sick Time & Personal Time

Open-Door Policy across all levels

Construction Manager

Consolidated Investment Group, LLC. a premier investment management company with an extraordinary record of success and a reputation for collaboration and partnership; as well as being passionately committed to making a better world, has an immediate opportunity for a Construction Manager to join a dynamic team of Real Estate professionals.

Executive Personal Assistant

This is a fast paced, creative working environment that requires the ability to multitask with attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. The EA will provide executive and personal support to one of our top executives in a wide range of duties such as, research, calendar management, meetings and event planning, travel planning, (international and local), errands, special ad hoc projects, shopping, and various other tasks.
The key to success in this position is strong project management skills, strong writing skills, relationship management, critical thinking, and superb communication skills.
The right candidate should also have great organization skills, a passion for what they do, detailed-oriented, be self-reliant, and strive for excellence, proactive approach, exemplifies an entrepreneurial spirit, is attentive, and possesses personal interest in learning.
The Executive Assistant must have the ability to interact with a wide range of people, while remaining highly professional, flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient. This is an exciting opportunity that calls for an ambitious personality, one who can think independently, and requires an individual that’s both charismatic and trustworthy.
Recommended Background
• 3+ years of experience in an administrative or a personal assistant role
• Excellent organization, communication, research, and technology (Microsoft and Apple) skills
• Flawless attention to detail
• Resourceful
• Proficient in Microsoft Office
• Bachelor’s Degree (preferred)
What do we offer?
We offer a very generous benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance (including AD&D, short-term and long-term disability), a 401(k) program with company match, an annual bonus incentive, EAP (employee assistance program), paid vacation, personal days, holidays, and sick leave.
If that sounds like you, then this may be just the right job for you!

Early Learning Ventures - Englewood, CO

Expanding access to quality, affordable child care through supporting child care providers

Child Care Partnership Coordinator Early Intervention

Company Description
Early Learning Ventures, a nonprofit organization, is focused on increasing access to high quality Early Care and Education (ECE) through a unique model of shared services that streamlines business functions and make managing a financially stable, high-quality business attainable. Working with a network of partners and through an online, cost-effective business platform, Early Learning Ventures is supporting providers to strengthen their businesses, save time and money, and, most importantly, offer quality care to more children.

Through an Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships (EHS-CCP) grant ELV and its collaborators are poised to deliver best-in-class, comprehensive early childhood services to eligible children in high-need, low-capacity communities in six counties across Colorado. ELV’s ability to maximize efficiency and effectiveness through their innovative shared services model will allow the service delivery team to leverage resources in support of infant and toddler development.

General Position Description:
This position is responsible for the leadership of ELV Early Intervention program services delivered through the ELV Child Care Partnership Model in Adams, Arapahoe, Garfield, Mesa, Morgan and Pueblo Counties. In collaboration with the ELV Staff, Child Care Partners, community partners, and other stakeholders this position will lead the development, planning and implementation of ELV programming in alignment with Head Start Program Performance Standards directly related to Services for Children with disabilities.

Key Responsibilities Health and Safety:
o Maintain working knowledge of the Head Start Program Performance Standards and other federal, state, and local requirements regarding Early Intervention and services for children with disabilities.
o Lead a coordinated approach to Early Intervention Services and Services for Children with Disabilities in collaboration with the ELV Child Care Partnership Team
o Lead the refinement and implementation of program service plans related to Early Intervention and Program Services for children with disabilities
o Provide training and technical assistance for local ELV Child Care Partnership staff and education for enrolled families across the six county service delivery area, ensuring that children’s individualized service needs are met
o Establish and maintain collaborative relationships and community partnerships with Early Intervention Colorado, local Community Center Boards, local district Child Find’s, and other pertinent community agencies, formalized through MOU’s and/or contracts, to support comprehensive service delivery for children and families.
o Utilize ELV’s Alliance CORE data management system to track, monitor, and analyze program data and prepare regular reports on status that will guide implementation and modification of program approach
o Lead the program effort to support early identification and intervention through the implementation of a developmental screening process that includes tracking and follow up for referrals, formal evaluation, Individualized Family Service Plans, and other individualized services as needed.
o As needed, and with parental permission, provide consultation with parents regarding developmental and behavioral concerns pertaining to their children.
o Coordinate collaborative services for identified children needing services around: Mental Health and or Disability Services.
o Coordinate supplemental services, identified on a child’s Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). This may include speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and educational intervention in the areas of cognition and social development.
o As needed, ensure that behavior plans are developed for individual children.
o Support the ELV Health and Safety Manager as Co-Chair of the ELV Health Services Advisory Committee (HSAC) covering the six county service delivery area
o Collaborate with the ELV Family Engagement Manager to support program recruitment and enrollment of children with identified disabilities.
o Assume an active role in annual activities supporting program self-assessment, preparation of EHS Grant Applications, and preparation of Program Information Reports as they relate to EHS
o Other duties as assigned

Educational Requirements:
o Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Special Education, Early Childhood Education, Social Services or a related field
o College coursework completion with a focus on infant and toddler development and/or Early Intervention preferred

o Minimum 3 years of experience in Special Education, Head Start/Early Head Start, Early Care and Education, or related.
o Thorough knowledge of Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSP)
o Experience working with people from diverse backgrounds
o Demonstrated knowledge of theories and practices of Early Childhood Development
o Demonstrated knowledge of maternal/child health, nutrition, mental health, and disabilities with children and families from diverse backgrounds.
o Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
o The ability to effectively influence and communicate cross-functionally
o Experience using data to drive planning and program improvements
o Proven leadership ability, including facilitating relationships with ECE programs and community partnerships and family engagement
o Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Arabic preferred

Travel -
Local Travel in Colorado up to 25%
Valid Driver’s License Required
Reliable Transportation Required

Client Support Specialist - Bi-Lingual (Spanish)

The Client Support Specialist position is part of ELV’s Business Services’ Team, whose mission is to create long lasting partnerships with our providers and stakeholders, going beyond general client support.

Financial Coordinator

The Financial Manager is a member of the ELV Management Team, works under the direct supervision of the Chief Operating Officer and is responsible for the implementation of Early Learning Venture’s (ELV) grants, fiscal compliance, and development strategy. This is an outstanding opportunity for a hands-on leader with a proven track record of federal fiscal compliance and program goal aligned budget development within a mission-driven organization or business.

EHS Child Care Partnership Specialist - Pueblo County

Are you ready to make a difference in the life of children?

Do you want to help birth to five of Pueblo, Colorado, get the very best start in life? Do you have a background in education? Are you passionate about childhood development and providing support in your community?

Early Learning Ventures (ELV), a nonprofit organization, is focused on increasing access to high quality Early Care and Education (ECE) through a unique model of shared services that streamlines business functions and make managing a financially stable, high-quality business attainable. Working with a network of partners and through an online, cost-effective business platform, Early Learning Ventures is supporting providers to strengthen their businesses, save time and money, and, most importantly, offer quality care to more children.

Merage Foundations - Englewood, CO

A consortium of foundations representing three generations of David & Laura Merage’s family

Foundation Support Coordinator

Merage Foundations is a consortium of four non-profit family foundations headquartered in Englewood, Colorado. The right candidate for the Support Coordinator position is a top-notch contributor who will be comfortable in a dynamic atmosphere and ready to play a key role on a dedicated team. The team is committed and passionate; the work environment is fast-paced, and results driven. This position requires an individual who is creative, resourceful, can attend to detail, and effectively manage multiple simultaneous responsibilities.

Responsibilities will include administering the foundations’ grant distribution process, including; grantee communications, due diligence, maintaining accurate relationship management data, and coordination with our Accountint team on the grant payment process. The work will also involve partnering with the Foundation Executive Director to research the principals’ philanthropic interests and assist with shaping these ideas into viable social impact projects and partnerships. They will also play an integral role in managing our communication activites, including creating website and social media content, creating newsletters and advertisiements, and preparing presentations for our associates, external partners and stakeholders. The ideal candidate will have the professional fortitude to independently coordinate projects and will use their judgement to nimbly and capably drive for exceptional results.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

Grants Administration
• Coordinate all aspects of grant requests, including data management and fund distribution
• Assure the accuracy and integrity of the grants database in Salesforce
• Interface with accounting team to ensure the efficient processing and tracking of grant payment
• Cultivate positive relationships with grantee partners, including participating in site visits and events

• Crafts compelling written and visual content including blogs and images and promote across a variety of social platforms; partners with third-party designers to develop social media assets and advertising
• Guides other content creators to ensure proper branding and best practice
• Stays on top of the ever-changing social media landscape, provides competitor analysis, and makes recommendations to improve overall performance
Support Services
• Assist with scheduling, coordination and facilitation of meetings
• Support department budgeting process, and prepare monthly expense reports
• Provide support as required for Foundaiton events and special project

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