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Current Job Postings


Receptionist

Posted: January 16th, 2019

 

Division/Department
Human Resources

 

Classification
Non-Exempt

 
Nature of Position
The person in this position will be primarily responsible for creating the mission driven experience of the CHFA front desk reception lobby, by providing high quality customer service for all internal and external customers and managing all incoming phone calls. This position is responsible for assisting all visitors as well as providing administrative support as needed.  

 

Essential Functions
  • Handle multi-line switchboard, memorize staff members extensions, and able to use public address system effectively
  • Maintain, check out, and sign in CHFA vehicle boxes. Review mileage logs for completion and notify Maintenance if vehicles need repair. Ensure staff members have signed out the correct vehicle on the electronic calendar
  • Maintain visitor sign-in and out system to ensure compliance with CHFA visitor policy
  • Coordinate vendors, service-people, and guests, with correct CHFA staff
  • Direct CHFA walk-in customers paying mortgages; accept and verify payments
  • Monitor front desk and lobby area for adherence to CHFA security policies and procedures
  • Maintain a clean and orderly front desk and lobby areas.
  • Maintain diligence for potential unsafe situations
  • Serve as the CHFA Conference Center Coordinator
  • Serve as Floor Warden and searcher for first floor and basement in the event of an emergency
  • Participate and contribute in all activities and/or projects that directly support CHFA in fulfilling its mission and achieving its vision through dedication to the community in which CHFA serves, operational excellence, and fiscal responsibility.
  • Provide administrative support and other duties as needed.
 This job description is a general description of essential job functions. It is not intended as an employment contract, nor is it intended to describe all duties someone in this position may perform.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Ability
Must possess:
  • Advanced customer service skills
  • Advanced communication skills, both orally and in writing, in an effective and diplomatic manner
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong and ethical decision-making skills
  • Strong organization skills
  • Be highly flexible, with ability to manage multiple priorities and incoming requests with ease and poise
  • Ability to operate a multiple line phone system
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality
  • Ability to continuously improve and develop knowledge and skills, while adapting quickly to changing circumstances and processes
  • Ability to work towards inclusion in all activities, and decisions through the solicitation and appreciation of diverse perspectives
  • Ability to exercise personal accountability in all activities and decisions
  • Ability to embrace a culture of operational excellence to ensure processes are continually evaluated and improved as necessary
  • Ability to operate with a sense of integrity  and ability to have fun with a demonstrated sense of humor
  • Ability to establish rapport with persons of diverse ethnic, racial, and cultural backgrounds
Experience/Education
Three years prior work experience in customer service and/or front desk receptionist roles. Experience with multi-line phone system. High-School Diploma is required. Bilingual English-Spanish, preferred.

 

Equipment Used
Multiple line phone system, personal computer, calculator, photocopier, fax machine

 

Physical Environment
The incumbent in this position will perform the essential functions of the position primarily in an office environment, which requires sitting at a desk for the majority of the day.  

 

How to Apply

 

CHFA Career Webpage: www.chfainfo.com
With respect to its programs, services, activities, and employment practices, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority assesses qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), age, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or other protected status. Requests for reasonable accommodation, or any complaints alleging violation of this nondiscrimination policy should be directed to the nondiscrimination coordinator, 1.800.877.2432, CHFA 1981 Blake street, Denver co 80202, available weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

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Community Relationship Manager – San Luis Valley and Southwest Colorado

Posted: January 16th, 2019

Division/Department
Community Development

Classification
Exempt

Nature of Position 
The person in this role is responsible for actively engaging with key housing and economic development stakeholders, community members, customers and local government in Southern Colorado through outreach, capacity building, and identification of opportunities to increase access to CHFA’s capital resources. This position is CHFA’s lead community engagement contact for the San Luis Valley and Southwest Colorado region, including the counties of Alamosa, Saguache, Costilla, Rio Grande, Conejos, Mineral, Archuleta, Dolores, San Juan, Montezuma, and La Plata. The location of this position is expected to be in Alamosa. The position reports to the Multifamily Production and Outreach Manager.

  

Essential Functions
  • Serves as CHFA’s point of contact for the San Luis Valley and Southwest Colorado community engagement efforts: Assess affordable housing and economic development needs throughout Southern Colorado and use the information as the basis for development of goals, values and strategies to support accomplishment of CHFA’s mission.
  • Through effective and timely communication, provide feedback to CHFA senior management regarding market conditions, opportunities, key partnerships, product recommendations, and resource gaps.
  • Marketing CHFA’s Affordable Housing and Economic Development Programs: Attend community events, ground breaking ceremonies, trade fairs and other functions to increase CHFA’s presence and visibility in the San Luis Valley and Southwest Colorado communities.
  • Work with Marketing and Communications team in conjunction with Core Business team to develop and implement an effective marketing plan for the San Luis Valley and Southwest Colorado region; utilize the marketing plan to develop and maintain contacts, and meet with customers and potential customers to promote CHFA’s programs.
  • Collaborate with other regional relationship managers within CHFA and other external agencies, such as DOLA and the Division of Housing.
  • Budget input: analyze trends, market conditions and economic forecasts to develop a viable San Luis Valley and Southwest Colorado marketing and operating budget; explain budget needs in presentations as needed, and makes recommendations for change and/or proposes alternative plans to meet budget projections, as necessary.

Operational Leadership

  • Facilitate collaboration throughout CHFA to achieve business strategies and financial goals
  • Practice effective conflict resolution techniques to foster a positive and productive working environment
  • Model and encourages open and effective communication
  • Responsible for ensuring strong customer focus and communication with all CHFA internal and external customers
  • Work closely with the leadership team and staff to help CHFA achieve organizational goals
  • Respond to all internal, external Audit or Compliance Department findings in a timely and comprehensive manner
  • Make independent decisions related to internal process requirements
  • All other duties and projects as assigned
Knowledge, Skills and Ability
Must possess:
  • Working knowledge of state and federal affordable housing finance programs, including low income housing tax credits, private activity bonds, HOME, CDBG and other sources of financing. Special emphasis will be placed on affordable housing issues.
  • Knowledge of current practices, procedures, and regulations/laws related to loan underwriting, financial analysis and marketing of loan products.
  • Effective project management skills including task management, scheduling projects, utilizing appropriate resources, and follow-up documentation as needed.
  • Organizational skills to ensure the deadlines established for tasks, projects, and schedules are met
  • Budget and program analysis skills
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Ability to communicate, both orally and in writing, in a positive, diplomatic and friendly manner to co-workers, subordinates and customers;
  • Ability to effectively learn and utilize the software associated with the programs
  • Ability to make public presentations on behalf of CHFA to key stakeholders, to CHFA’s Loan Committee, Board of Directors and external customers.
  • Ability to demonstrate CHFA’s values to:
  • Continuously improve and develop knowledge and skills, while adapting quickly to changing circumstances and processes.
  • Work toward inclusion in all activities, and decisions through the solicitation and appreciation of diverse perspectives.
  • Exercise personal accountability in all activities and decisions
  • Embrace a culture of operational excellence to ensure processes are continually evaluated and improved as necessary.
  • Operate with a sense of integrity
  • Have fun with a demonstrated sense of humor
  • Establish rapport with persons of diverse ethnic, racial, and cultural backgrounds is essential                                                                                                         
Experience/Education
  • Five years of previous work experience in each of the following:
  • Marketing loan products utilizing creative and unique marketing skills
  • Business loan underwriting (real estate, equipment and working capital)
  • Supervisory responsibilities of a diverse (experience, education and demographics) work group
  • Experience and knowledge of state, federal and local economic development programs
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance, Marketing, or related field
  • Work experience must include a job history of progressively higher level positions within the field
  • Must possess or be able to obtain a Colorado driver’s license

Equipment Used
Telephone, personal computer, calculator, photocopier, Smartphone, vehicle.

Physical Environment
The incumbent in this position will perform the essential functions of the position with 50% in an office environment, that may require sitting at a desk for long periods of time. There is an additional 50% travel within the State that is required, with approximately 30% for overnight travel.

 

How to Apply

 

CHFA Career Webpage: www.chfainfo.com

 

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Validation Statement
This job description is a general description of essential job functions. It is not intended as an employment contract, nor is it intended to describe all duties someone in this position may perform.
With respect to its programs, services, activities, and employment practices, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority assesses qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), age, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or other protected status. Requests for reasonable accommodation, or any complaints alleging violation of this nondiscrimination policy should be directed to the nondiscrimination coordinator, 1.800.877.2432, CHFA 1981 Blake street, Denver co 80202, available weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Internal Audit Manager

Job Posted: January 16th, 2019

Nature of Position
The Manager of Internal Audit (MIA) is an independent role responsible for providing strategic direction and leadership in the areas of internal audit and risk management throughout the organization. The MIA will coordinate internal audit assignments throughout the organization, utilizing internal staff and external resources as necessary, as well as performing audits in a single contributor role if needed. This position is responsible for the strategic leadership of the internal audit function ensuring that CHFA has a strong system of internal controls. The MIA reports functionally to the Audit Committee of the Board and administratively to the General Counsel.

Essential Functions

  • Actively provides effective oversight and strategic direction for the development and coordination of CHFAs internal auditing activities, which include operational, compliance, financial, technical, and IT audits
  • Identifies risk to the organization and works with management to develop processes that minimize risks and encourage efficiency and effectiveness
  • Develops and implements internal auditing policies and procedures
  • Consults with CHFA divisions regarding business risks, control objectives and techniques
  • Develops an annual risk-based audit plan and presents the audit plan to the Audit Committee for review and approval
  • Develops and manages the Internal Audit Departments annual budget, objectives and goals
  • Makes presentations to CHFA senior management, Board of Directors, and/or Audit Committee as necessary
  • Oversees the preparation and distribution of all reports relative to internal audit results and processes
  • Ensures that fraud prevention systems/processes and financial controls are in place to mitigate risks to CHFA
  • Researches and stays abreast of latest trends and issues in the industry, anticipates how changes may affect CHFA in order to be prepared in a proactive manner
  • Manages special audit-related projects
  • Develops the proposed Audit Committees monthly agenda for approval

Leadership

  • Fosters a culture of open communication and dialogue, individual responsibility for corporate effectiveness, and understandable decision-making
  • Provides direction on the development and implementation of new internal auditing techniques and systems or modification and modernization of existing methods and procedures
  • Keeps up-to-date with CHFA programs and trends through regular meetings with CHFA Staff, attendance at management meetings, Board meetings, seminars and conferences, including housing-specific conferences
  • Coordinates with other State HFAs regarding developments in internal audit activities related to housing finance authorities
  • Interacts with internal and external clients to ensure continuous customer satisfaction
  • Be an active, engaged participant in the professional development and performance management of direct reports through effective goal setting and regular constructive feedback and coaching
  • Fosters and cultivates a high performing team that supports CHFAs mission, vision, goals and values
Qualifications

Knowledge, Skills and Ability

  • Strong internal audit skills and knowledge of Institute of Internal Auditors International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF)©
  • Familiarity with generally accepted auditing standards; familiarity with governmental accounting standards a plus
  • Skill in complex problem-solving skills using a high level of creativity and ingenuity to drive CHFAs operations and procedures relative to internal auditing and control programs
  • Proven analytical ability as it may relate to system design, risk analysis, process analysis and improvement
  • Demonstrated skill in a collaborative style of leadership that inspires outstanding performance
  • Skill in effective listening, communication and presentation skills where all messages from and to diverse audiences can be heard and/or articulated in layman terms that inspire a high level of confidence
  • Learns and understands quickly the complexity of CHFAs business
  • Organizes and plans which includes managing tasks assignments, scheduling projects, utilizing appropriate resources, and follow-up documentation as needed
  • Commitment to continuously improve, develop and apply knowledge and skills, while adapting quickly to changing circumstances and processes
  • Demonstrates inclusion in all activities, and decisions through the solicitation and appreciation of diverse perspectives
  • Exercises personal accountability in all activities and decisions
  • Embraces a culture of operational excellence and innovation to ensure processes are continually evaluated and improved as necessary
  • Operates with a sense of integrity and a code of ethics
  • Establishes rapport with persons of diverse ethnic, racial and cultural backgrounds essential.

Experience/Education
Bachelors degree in Accounting, Finance, business-related field or MBA; Certification as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Internal Systems Auditor (CISA) or Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM) will distinguish the most attractive candidates. Significant (ideally ten (10) or more years) of progressively responsible experience collectively in internal auditing, public accounting, financial institution audit/examination or in a corporate or governmental audit environment, including five (5) years of experience in a supervisory capacity. Experience working closely with a board and audit committee is strongly preferred. Strong knowledge of MS Office applications and accounting/financial/auditing software, computer systems and emerging technology; and, municipal experience a plus.

Equipment Used
Telephone; personal computer; smart phone; calculator; photocopier; video conference systems and equipment;

Physical Environment
The incumbent in this position will perform the essential functions of the position primarily in an office environment, which requires long periods of sitting. Standing desks are provided.

Application Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=10877&clientkey=4C831A360DC97812ED3CD7AE1AC696E1

CHFA Career Webpage: www.chfainfo.com/careers

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Property Manager

Job Posted: January 10th, 2019

https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1211201&d=ExternalCareerSite&r=5000441382506#/

General Description

Mercy Housing is looking for people who want to create a more humane world where poverty is alleviated, communities are healthy, and all people can develop their full potential. We believe that affordable housing and supportive programs improve the economic status of residents, transform neighborhoods and stabilize lives.

We are currently looking for a Property Manager who is responsible for ensuring the operations of the property(ies) in assigned area of oversight are in compliance with the standards and expectations of Operational Excellence, other stated guidelines of Mercy Housing Management Group (MHM), and Mercy Housing. Complete all reasonable work-related directives given by supervisor and above. Responsible for ensuring the completion of all property management site-level activities with site-level staff and other Mercy Housing-related departments to ensure that the Essential Functions are met on a regular and consistent basis.

*The position is split between 2 properties:  3.5 days to be worked at Franconia and 1.5 days at Willow Street.*

**This is a brief description summarizing the abilities needed for the position.**

Location

Franconia-CO068

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$22.00/hour

Requirements

EDUCATION:
High school diploma or equivalent required. Professional certification in property or affordable housing management preferred.

EXPERIENCE:
Minimum 2 years of administrative, accounting, customer service, and/or supervisory experience preferred. Previous housing or property management experience including HUD, Low Income Tax Credits, Rural Housing, and Tax-Exempt Bond properties preferred. Working knowledge of applicable local and federal housing laws, including Fair Housing and Landlord and Tenant laws. Experience being accountable for financials.

ABILITIES:

1. Relate well to people from diverse backgrounds. Work in a collaborative manner and in a team environment.

2. Comprehend and communicate in the English language both orally and in writing.

3. Interpret and understand financial information generated from property management software reports.

4. Legally operate a motor vehicle (valid driver's license).

5. Work in a collaborative manner and in a team environment.

6. Travel occasionally.

7. Proficiency with Microsoft Office.

8. Treat a variety of people with respect and compassion.

9. Represent Mercy Housing in a professional manner at all times

10. Understand and commit to the Mission and Values of Mercy Housing.

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COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST II - REMOTE WORK FROM HOME

Posted: November 9th, 2018

SUMMARY:  

A compliance specialist is responsible for analyzing, monitoring and providing business support on a variety of complex procedures and acts as point of contact for site managers regarding program requirements.  Additionally the Compliance Specialist II may travel to perform site audits, file repairs or initial certifications.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to the following:

  • Communicate with the site managers over the telephone and/or by email to answer questions from the site staff regarding affordable housing program requirements
  • Review the resident files within the time frames outlined in a contract or request help should some circumstance prevent a timely review
  • Communicate in written form regarding the deficiencies found in the resident files and operate the WinDOCS system to insure the timely review of files submitted
  • Review resident files for properties with multiple affordable program types
  • Work with portfolios where management requires review of additional management related documents

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES

  • 2 to 5 years of experience in compliance or affordable property management is required
  • Strong time management skills and keen sense of attention to detail.
  • Candidate must be able to demonstrate a sense of urgency and be results driven.
  • Candidate must be able to adjust to multiple demands, shift priorities and demonstrate flexibility.
  • Must have a working knowledge of the requirements of the LIHTC and HUD programs.
  • Minimal travel may be requested to perform site file work or attend training.

If interested, please email resume to [email protected]

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FACILITIES MANAGER - ARCHDIOCESAN HOUSING

Posted: November 6th, 2018

Referral Bonus: $250  Signing Bonus: $1000.00. Both bonuses are paid to employees after 6 month of employment and if the both employees are still active.

Mission: Archdiocesan Housing Inc., a division of Catholic Charities, is committed to the national housing goal of providing quality, safe, and affordable housing for all members of our community. Archdiocesan Housing Inc. welcomes applications from all income-qualified persons without regard to religion, race, sex, color, familial status, handicap, or national origin in accordance with the national Fair Housing Act.

Summary

Responsibilities of this position include: reviewing and evaluating the building facility’s physical systems and components, and assisting in the preparation of the long-range strategic program including capital budgets, as relates to major components of all properties managed and owned; advising on physical condition of major components of physical plant; serve as technical advisor; interpret and disseminate guidance and interpret instructions; monitor funding and maintain database; act as liaison between agencies and staff to ensure facilities are adequately maintained; work closely with staff in budget development; manage projects and programs as relates to facility improvement and maintenance when funding is available; regularly inspect facilities to determine required maintenance, safety and performance of facility components, adequacy of contractual requirements; plan, develop and conduct training; analyze facility data/ reports and maintain records/charts; analyze systems to determine if upgrading is required and monitor efficient use of assets for Corporation. Assist in obtaining proposals through the bid process when necessary. Review, select and present bids for approval. Research vendors, complete necessary contracts and obtain all insurance requirements for capital improvements and major repairs through approved system and procedures. Insure proper emergency maintenance coverage for all managed sites in cooperation with Director, Regional Managers, and Site Managers

Essential Functions

  • Analyze, research/resolve problems related to facility operations
  • Ability to read blue prints
  • Provide information and/or refer to appropriate parties to resolve questions or problems
  • Insure adequate maintenance schedules/repairs to assigned company owned vehicle to insure safety, cleanliness and adherence to licensing requirements and all other procedures
  • Administer major service contracts. Prepare bid specifications, solicit competitive bids and make recommendations regarding contracted services. Compose contracts for approved bids and obtain all necessary documentation and signatures. Ensure timely, satisfactory completion and payment of negotiated contracts.
  • Coordinate, Maintenance Technicians’ scheduled time off to insure proper maintenance coverage of managed sites. Insure and conduct the develop and implementation of training for newly hired maintenance employees and ongoing, periodic training for current maintenance staff
  • Assist with the hiring of qualified staff personnel. In accordance with policy, screen for best candidates providing recommendations to Manager for final selection, if appropriate
  • Act as contact for insurance carrier for all repairs involving insurance claims
  • Work closely with the operations and management staff to ensure that the daily work activity succeeds in creating maximum cost efficiencies
  • Provide feedback to Regional and Site Managers regarding performance of maintenance staff. Responsible for all safety inspections and timely corrections of any findings in conjunction with Regional and Site Managers.
  • Reflects Catholic Charities’ commitment to treating all persons with dignity and respect. Reflects highest level of customer service to vendors and staff.
  • Uses creativity and innovation in program development and service delivery.
  • Effectively participate as a member of the Housing Management Team as relates to facility management and maintenance
  • Effective, appropriate, timely communication with team members, supervisor and subordinates
  • Act in a resource capacity and assist site manager in the hiring /assessment of maintenance personnel when requested
  • Assure facilities’ maintenance have the tools and supplies needed to effectively perform their job responsibilities

Minimum Qualifications 

  1. Must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily
  2. High school/GED required. Some college preferred, minimum of 10 years experience in managing, assessing facilities’ components - Training in facilities management with certifications a plus
  3. Multiple property responsibility preferred
  4. Minimum of 5 years project management experience as relates to budgeting, replacement, timelines of major physical components of assets
  5. Demonstrated excellent customer service and strong organizational skills
  6. Ability to multi-task and prioritize in fast paced environment
  7. Ability to communicate, both verbally and written, effectively and with dignity and respect.
  8. Strong work ethic and dependability
  9. Computer skills to include: Microsoft Word, Excel (Yardi skills a plus)
  10. Ability to safely lift 50 lbs
  11. Current, valid Colorado Driver’s License with satisfactory driving record and ability to maintain current insurance coverage.
  12. Ability to accept constructive criticism
  13. Ability and willingness to travel throughout Colorado and Wyoming
  14. Above average analytical and quantitative skills with ability to read, interpret, analyze and develop schedules, claims analysis, statistical reports and calculations required
  15. Ability to effectively lead

Catholic Charities is a drug-free workplace.  EEO/AA

We believe every employee has the right to work in an environment that is free from all forms of unlawful discrimination. Consistent with applicable laws, Catholic Charities makes all decisions involving any aspect of the employment relationship without regard to race, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, citizenship, the presence of any physical or mental disability of someone otherwise qualified, veteran status, genetic information, or any other status or characteristic protected by local, state, or federal law. Discrimination and/or harassment based on any of those factors are inconsistent with our philosophy of doing business and will not be tolerated. This policy of non-discrimination applies to all aspects application procedures, hiring, advancement, transfers, reductions in force, discharge, compensation, training, or other terms, conditions and privileges of employment.

To apply, please visit: ccdenver.org/careers

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