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Denver Housing Authority
P.O. Box 40305
Santa Fe Dr. Station
Denver, CO 80204-0305

Fair Housing  Compliance Coordinator

FAIR HOUSING COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR

Who we are

The Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver, (“DHA”) is a quasi-municipal corporation with a
portfolio of over 12,000 units and Housing Choice Vouchers (“HCV”), providing affordable housing to more than 26,000 very low-, low- and middle-income individuals representing over 12,000 families. DHA has transformed public housing in Denver, creating vibrant, revitalized, sustainable, transit oriented, and mixed-income communities of choice.


Denver Housing Authority’s mission is to serve the residents of Denver by developing, owning, and
operating safe, decent and affordable housing in a manner that promotes thriving communities.
DHA owns and operates over 3,900 conventional public housing units that are subsidized by the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”), nearly 700 subsidized multi-family units, and about 200 other locally funded housing units. DHA also administers the federal HCV program, formerly known as “Section 8”. The HCV program combines and replaces the Section 8 Certificate Program and the Section 8 Voucher Program and makes it possible for low-income residents to live in privately owned rental
housing throughout the city. DHA acts as an agent for HUD in this program, making subsidy payments to the private property owners of HCV holders. DHA, on behalf of HUD, administers up to 6,900 vouchers.


DHA is governed by a nine-member Board of Commissioners appointed by the Mayor of Denver and approved by the City Council.


The Position
Oversees the implementation and monitoring of Section 504, Limited English Proficiency (“LEP”), and other fair
housing and civil rights requirements. Acts as the hearing officer for subsidized housing application denials and
terminations. Serves as the 504 Coordinator for the organization. Assists in the preparation of responses to
fair housing complaints as assigned. Provides training and advice to staff regarding interpretation of policy, city
ordinance, federal and state law.


Minimum Qualifications at the Time of Application
• Bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration social services, human services
or related field.
• Three (3) years’ experience related to affordable housing, employment or similar.
• A valid Colorado driver license is required. Eligibility to drive must be maintained in accordance with
the Personnel Policy.
• Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word software.
• Skill in independently adapting, interpreting, and applying written guidelines, precedents and
standardized work practices to a variety of unprecedented or problematic situations.
• Must show respect for the opinions and requests of others and behave in such a way as to ensure an
atmosphere free of needless interruptions, conflict, difficulty and/or discrimination.
• Ability to deal with people who are difficult, hostile, or distressed; relates well to people of diverse
backgrounds and situations, is sensitive to individual differences. Adapts approach to different people
and situations. Sensitive to cultural diversity, race, gender, and other individual differences in the
workforce.
• Must be punctual and timely in meeting all requirements of performance.
• Attendance in the office during the hours scheduled.

• Ability to maintain confidentiality of position.

Benefit Information
 Sick leave is accrued at 6 hours per month.
 Vacation leave for new employees is accrued at 8 hours per month.
 12 paid holidays per year with an optional paid day off.
 Health insurance and 125 Plan.
 Group life insurance, pension plan (employer contributes an amount equal to 10% of the annual
salary), short term and long-term disability insurance are paid by DHA.
 Dental plan, vision insurance, critical illness insurance, accident insurance, 457 pension plan and
the Roth IRA are employee paid options.
 Performance based merit increases and cost of living adjustments are given depending upon
current policy.


Beginning salary range:
$73,035.17/year – $91,293.98/year

How to Apply
You may apply for this position in one of the following ways:
 by faxing your application and/or resume to (720) 932-3005 or
 by emailing your application and/or resume to hr@denverhousing.org.


Salary requirement must be included with application and/or resume.


The application form as well as more information about DHA can be found on our website:
www.denverhousing.org. Applications filed previously will not apply to this posting; a new one must be
submitted. Please specify the position for which you are applying. No phone calls please.
Recruitment will remain open until filled.


DENVER HOUSING AUTHORITY
1035 OSAGE STREET, 9TH FLOOR
DENVER, CO 80204


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