The Fire & Police Pension Association administers retirement and death & disability benefits for fire, police and sheriff’s departments across Colorado. We are a small state government association of about 60 staff located in the Denver Tech Center. At FPPA we recognize that our employees are our most important asset in fulfilling our mission on a daily basis. We work hard and have a culture that supports staff to establish a well‐balanced relationship between their personal needs and work commitments.
FPPA is looking for a Chief Information Technology Officer to plan, organize and direct the operations and staff of the IT department. View position summary.
FPPA is looking for a Benefits Administrator to work with FPPA members, retirees and employer groups requesting information concerning all types of FPPA benefits as well as processing these requests. View position summary.
FPPA is looking for a Relationship Manager to prepare, coordinate, and execute on‐site and virtual meetings with our firefighters and police officers, employer outreach and field education programs. View position summary.
FPPA is committed to offering a benefits package that provides options for our staff and their family’s health, wellness and financial security. Our benefits package gives staff and their families access to quality health and wellness programs. Staff feedback and enthusiasm keeps us motivated to deliver benefits that help each individual meet their personal health, wealth and wellness goals.
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Are you looking to be part of a company where you have opportunities to learn, grow and make a positive impact? Do you want to join a team where each employee is empowered to listen generously, speak straight, collaborate and build each other up through mutual accountability and shared success?
At FPPA, our staff is dedicated to serving Colorado’s first responders. Our tight knit team of 60 strives to live up to the mission, vision and value statements below, while providing lasting benefits to the men and women who serve our communities.
The Fire & Police Pension Association of Colorado is committed to our members. We will prudently invest their retirement funds, administer benefits impartially, and efficiently provide high quality service.
Being a trusted provider of financial security for Colorado police officers and firefighters.
How Do We Behave?
We are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in our workplace. When people are included, heard, and empowered their work and creativity are maximized. Fostering this environment will allow us to provide excellent customer service, to innovate, and to serve our members, employers, and staff.