Working/Volunteering for the Town

Organizations wishing to do business with the Town should be familiar with the following documents:

  Resolution 2004-06 Town of Nederland's Environmentally Preferred Practices (110.1 KiB, 0 hits)

  Water Conservation Ordinance (241.7 KiB, 726 hits)

  Resolution 2009-18 Local Contracting Preference (26.5 KiB, 132 hits)

Note: Local preference does not apply to federally funded projects.


The Town of Nederland is seeking applicants for a Full Time Police Officer

The Town of Nederland is seeking qualified applicants for the position of full-time Police Officer for routine and complex work in the performance and administration of police patrols, investigation, traffic regulation, citizen assistance, on-call work and related law enforcement activities in the Rocky Mountains.

Applicants will possess current Colorado POST certification, high school diploma or GED equivalent. Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice or related fields preferred. Applicants must be physically fit and capable of functioning at 8200 feet and in all types of weather conditions.  No felony or domestic violence convictions and ability to pass thorough background investigation, drug, polygraph and psychological testing. Residence in the Peak to Peak region a strong preference. Applicants must be familiar with the location and commute expectations to the Town of Nederland. Starting salary: $39,000 to $41,000 DOQ with full uniform, equipment, training and excellent benefits (retirement, medical, PTO, etc).

Submit resume and cover letter to or mail to Nederland Marshal’s Office, Marshal Paul Carrill, attn: Police Officer Applicant, PO Box 396, Nederland, CO 80466.  No calls during application process, please.


Nederland Police Department Seeks Operations Support Unit (OSU) Volunteer


The Nederland Police Department is looking for a local volunteer for its Operations Support Unit (OSU).  The OSU Volunteer would work for the Nederland Police Department and provide support to the daily operations of the NPD. The preferred candidate would be a local Nederland area resident that is able to provide a minimum of 8 hours per week of un-paid volunteer service, with the understanding that additional hours maybe needed on a case by case basis. The OSU Volunteer would work directly for the Marshal and/or his designee and be responsible for such administrative duties as: fleet operations, traffic management, special events support, motorist assist, firearms/armory support, etc. A complete list of job responsibilities and preferred candidate qualifications are listed below. Please contact NPD Marshal Paul Carrill if you have any additional questions or interested in the OSU position.  Contact:  303-258-3250

Full Job Description:

  NPD OSU Volunteer Job Description (375.3 KiB, 244 hits)