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Our Benefits at CCIG

Beyond medical, dental and vision benefits and our 401(k), here’s what you can expect:

  • 37.5-hour workweek
  • Paid maternity leave
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Business casual
  • Competitive pay and performance bonuses
  • Collaborative work environment
  • Community involvement
  • Paid continuing education
  • Close to Light Rail
  • Gym membership and gym discount
  • Standup desks
  • Half-Day Fridays in the summer! (Every other Friday)
  • Autonomy
  • Strong work-to-life balance; we close at 4:30 daily!
  • Free parking
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Life Insurance
  • Supplemental Life Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Occupational Accident Insurance
  • Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
  • Additional Voluntary benefits
Community Involvement

Community Involvement

CCIG is involved and committed to the greater community. Sound corporate citizenship allows our employees to channel their talents and resources toward worthy causes and become invested in the community where we live and work.

Our Volunteer Committee plans events throughout the year to give employees good options to serve, volunteer and help worthy charitable organizations. Examples include organizing food drives, supplying food and services to the homeless, providing support for veterans, and organizing fundraising events for worthwhile causes.

Members of the CCIG team got together with a few friends to take part in the 2018 Walk MS at City Park in Denver. We were able to help raise $2,015, more than double our goal!!
CCIG team members volunteered at the GrowHaus, a nonprofit indoor farm in Denver's Elyria-Swansea neighborhood. Its vision? To develop and nurture a neighborhood-based food system in the community that is healthy, equitable and resident-driven.
CCIG team members regularly help out at Metro Caring, one of metro Denver's leading hunger-relief organizations.
CCIG associates volunteered this year at Project Angel Heart, an organization that, with the help of thousands of volunteers, delivers five nutritious meals to about 1,100 people fighting life-threatening diseases every week.
Team CCIG turned out in big numbers for the 2017 Komen Colorado Race for the Cure.
The CCIG team, working with the Denver Rescue Mission, delivered 60 turkeys to help bring Thanksgiving into the homes of people in need. The rescue mission partners with more than 100 companies each year to distribute more than 2,500 meals during the holiday.
CCIG team members helping out at Freedom Service Dogs, a nonprofit that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by rescuing dogs and custom-training them for individual client needs.
CCIG CEO Brook Mahoney working construction at Habitat for Humanity’s CEO Build in October 2015. Brook joined other metro Denver leaders -- including Denver Broncos CEO Joe Ellis -- at the build.
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