New Hire Forms

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Required Appointment Forms

These forms should be completed, printed, and returned to Human Resources on or before your first day. Any questions regarding these forms should be directed to Human Resources at 303.335.2067.  Information regarding Benefits can be found under "resources" on the right side of the screen. 

Application for Judicial Employment

The application must include all work experience within the past ten years, or until your 18th birthday whichever is sooner.

Direct Deposit Sign-Up Form

Electronic Direct Deposit of your pay to the bank of your choice is mandatory. In addition to payroll direct deposit of the net paycheck, you are permitted a maximum of five allotments. 

Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification

Appointments are contingent upon verification of eligibility to work in the United States. Newly hired employees must complete and sign Section 1 of this form no later than the first day of employment. 

Refer to page 9 of this document for a list of acceptable citizenship documents. At least one or more forms must be presented on your first day of employment. Appointment paperwork cannot be processed without this verification. 

Form W-4 IRS Withholding

The payroll office uses the address on the W-4 for purposes of issuing W-2's. The home address listed on the W-4 is used in order to compute federal and state taxes. 


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