West Denver Renaissance Collaborative (“WDRC”) Project Manager II leads, coordinates, and represents West Denver by working with public agencies, non-profits, foundations, neighborhood organizations, and community members. The WDRC Project Manager II will manage projects in a timely, community informed, and financially sound manner in alignment with the WDRC work plan, project funders and essential organizational operations. The position focus is on the implementation of the West Denver Single Family Plus (“WDSF+”) initiative and related projects.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Manage assigned WDRC projects/initiatives, including responsibility for deliverables, timeline and scheduling, procurement, reporting, and managing relationships with stakeholders, program participants, and collaborators.
Provide ongoing WDRC communications via website updates/blogs, social media, and handouts on project initiatives. Oversee design and distribution of marketing, education and project collateral updates for website, email, print, video or other creative platforms.
Represent WDRC in City of Denver, community, and decision-making or advisory bodies as determined by WDRC.
Prepare written updates and presentations for quarterly updates, grant reports, and community meetings covering project progress, priorities, budget, lessons learned, and integrating the multifaceted priorities of the WDRC work plan.
Manage and provide ongoing support for community outreach for the WDSF+. The WDSF+ initiative will require a range of homeowner education forums and coordination with partners providing critical homeowner services. Coordinate with public relations consultants, marketing contacts, or housing partners in organizing homeowner forums in West Denver.
For the WDSF+ Affordable Dwelling Unit (“ADU”) development pilot program, the WDRC Project Manager II will be responsible for working one-on-one to advance homeowner participants. This will require communication, budget analysis, reporting, coordination with WDSF+ partners, and oversight of site design, financing coordination, construction oversight, and property management training.
Collaboration on the creation of the systems and solutions that guide homeowners through the steps of the ADU development process with WDRC implementing partners.
Analysis and primary responsibility for progress reports on the WDSF+ participants, the ADU development timeline, partner services, counseling, financing, design preferences, construction progress, and projected outcomes.
For all WDRC projects, prepare and analyze data and maps to guide decisions, actions, and outreach.
Represent WDRC mission, work plan initiatives, and advocate on behalf of West Denver leaders.
Maintain partnerships and trust with residents, organizations, and businesses in the WDRC geography who are most directly impacted by revitalization efforts.
Exhibit sensitivity to and respect for diversity in personal, professional and business relationships on behalf of WDRC and seek to utilize WDRC resources in an equitable manner with regard to race, ethnicity and gender.
Support equitable development in all West Denver neighborhoods, bringing lessons, leadership support, and investment opportunities equitably throughout the WDRC focus area.
Regularly advises the Director of WDRC of any unanticipated delays and/or problems with respect to the assigned project(s) along with potential solutions.
Daily attendance in the office and off site locations.
Attend meetings and strategy sessions to remain informed of the Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver (“DHA”) programs and activities, as well as other governmental programs and activities.
Perform any other duties as assigned by the Director of WDRC.
This list is not intended to be inclusive and may be expanded.
Additional Salary Information: Performance based merit increases and annual adjustment are given depending upon current policy.
About Denver Housing Authority
Denver Housing Authority is a public service organization of the largest owner, manager and administrator of subsidized affordable housing in the City of Denver and Rocky Mountain Region. Our vision is not only to provide affordable housing for low income residents but also to offer communities a vibrant living environment. We have partnered with non-profit organizations that share our mission and have not only provided resident resources to survive, we help them thrive! DHA continues to grow and offer new and exciting opportunities for anyone who would like to contribute to our vision.
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