We are honored you are considering the Town of Frisco as your next employer. The Town of Frisco has on average, 100 full time, year-round employees, with approximately 60 additional seasonal employees during the peak summer season. The Town has a wide variety of jobs for you to explore, from part-time seasonal work outdoors, to full time, year-round careers in Community Development, Finance, Marketing and Events, Police, Public Works, Recreation and Culture, and the Town Manager’s Office.
The Town of Frisco provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
The Town of Frisco’s Leadership and Human Resources teams work to create a workplace of engaged and connected employees. We do this by providing our employees with wellness programs, competitive vacation leave policies, matching retirement savings, employee events and much more. We understand that you and your family’s health are important, so we offer a competitive and comprehensive health benefits package.
At the Town of Frisco, we are a laid back group of folks who consider ourselves lucky to live in this beautiful place where outdoor adventure, cultural amenities, and a supportive community (and dogs) are a part of everyday life. This is where many people choose to vacation, and we have the privilege of calling it home.
As an employer, we strive to recognize the achievements of our employees, listen to their concerns, and treat them with respect. Frisco’s Human Resources Division strives to serve the Town’s staff and meet their diverse expectations.
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Thank you for considering the Town of Frisco as your future employer!
While we do offer limited employee housing, there are several resources in Frisco and Summit County to help employees and community members with their long-term housing needs.