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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 skillset.  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 Tracy Huggins, DURA Executive Director: thuggins@renewdenver.org.

Loan Supervisor
The Loan Supervisor is primarily responsible for managing the loan and grant administration processes of the Denver Urban Renewal Authority’s affordable housing programs. This includes responsibility for all loan processing functions, contract administration, and portfolio management while maintaining compliance with applicable laws and regulations. This position requires knowledge of federal, state and city grant requirements, the ability to manage, train and motivate employees, and an in-depth understanding of loan operations, processes and procedures. A successful candidate will have excellent communication skills (bilingual English/Spanish strongly preferred), strong supervisory and leadership skills, significant experience in underwriting and loan practices, an understanding of federal and state grant requirements, and top-notch tech skills. A minimum of five years’ experience managing affordable housing or residential loan programs and three years’ experience supervising staff is required. 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.

Loan Supervisor job description 

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