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We are seeking a Deputy Director/Chief Financial OfficerDURA was created by the City and County of Denver in 1958 to assist in the redevelopment of blighted property and help foster the sound growth and development of Denver.  Working with residents, businesses, civic leaders, area developers, and financing institutions, DURA provides financial assistance to support redevelopment activities throughout Denver.

We seek an innovative, process-minded leader to bring “fresh eyes” to the Authority’s finance, housing, and redevelopment operations. As a key member of the Executive management team, this newly created role of Deputy Director/Chief Financial Officer (“Deputy Director”) will report to the Executive Director and have significant interaction with the Board of Commissioners. The Deputy Director will assume a strategic role in the overall management of the Authority.

Qualifications Sought:

  •  An undergraduate degree is required with an advanced degree preferred.
  • CPA certification is strongly preferred.
  • Significant (ideally five or more years) financial and management experience preferably in a governmental and/or quasi-governmental organization.
  • Demonstrated (ideally three or more years) of staff management experience.
  • Knowledge of governmental accounting in accordance with GAAP, Government Accounting Standards, OMB Circulars A-133, A-100 and A-122, CDBG program regulations and compliance requirements, and appropriate Code of Federal Regulations sections.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of public financing processes.

 Detailed position specifications are available by clicking the link below:


To apply please send your resume to Connie at connie.davis@eflassociates.com.

Redevelopment/Senior Redevelopment Specialist

The Redevelopment/Senior Redevelopment Specialist position will focus on assisting the Authority in evaluating, coordinating and monitoring redevelopment projects. The ideal candidate should possess knowledge of urban redevelopment principles and practices, real estate development, the local political process and public participation processes, and have the ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of public and private contacts. A minimum of 2 years’ experience with public/private partnerships, real estate development and knowledge of public financing are required. Bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, planning or related field required. Position title and compensation will be commensurate with the candidate’s experience and skill set. Qualified applicants must successfully complete a pre-employment background screening.  DURA participates in E-Verify.

Redevelopment Specialist job description / Senior Redevelopment Specialist job description

Redevelopment Coordinator

The Redevelopment Coordinator position will primarily support DURA’s Redevelopment department by performing a variety of professional administrative and analytical duties related to redevelopment projects, policies and procedures.  In addition, the Redevelopment Coordinator will support the Executive Director and Redevelopment staff in the implementation process of urban renewal projects, research development agreements and assist with communication between DURA and city agencies, neighborhoods and community groups on specific redevelopment projects.  A successful candidate will have excellent research and organizational skills and 5-7 years of administrative, paralegal and/or project management experience.  Compensation will be commensurate with the candidate’s experience and skill set.  Qualified applicants must successfully complete a pre-employment background screening.  DURA participates in E-Verify.

Redevelopment Coordinator job description

Send current resume and salary requirements to Shequena Gray, Administrative Services Director:  sgray@renewdenver.org.