Larimer Emergency Telephone Authority, (LETA or LETA911), is the Governing Authority for 9-1-1 in Larimer County Colorado.

LETA provides oversight to 9-1-1, the equipment used in the 9-1-1 centers, and the programs funded by LETA. Within this county region there are five 9-1-1 call centers, thirty government entities, one State University, and one National Park.  A Board of Directors governs LETA. The Board of Directors consists of seven members. The seven members include; one representative from the City of Loveland who is the Mayor Pro Tem or their appointee, one representative from the City of Fort Collins who is appointed by the City Manager’s office, one representative from Larimer County who is appointed by the County Commissioners, one representative from the Hospital Districts who is appointed by the LETA Board, one representative from the Fire Districts who is appointed by the LETA Board, one member from the Town of Estes Park who is appointed by the LETA Board, and one member from the small town’s including Colorado State University, who is appointed by the LETA Board.

LETA’s culture follows their tag line, working for LETA is not a Job, it is a Responsibility. Supporting 9-1-1 is a demanding, fast past job with professional and personal growth in each project, in each disaster, and in each community engagement. 

LETA is hiring for 2 positions, GIS Analyst dedicated to support GIS for the computer aided dispatch system and a 9-1-1 Network and System Administrator dedicated to support 9-1-1 technology. 

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS 

  1. APPLICATION

     2. COVER LETTER 

     3. RESUME

EMAIL required documents to: dr.miller@kimberlymillerconsulting.com