About Our Job
At the Department of Housing Stability (HOST), we are committed to supporting Denver residents as healthy, housed and connected. We invest resources, create policy, and partner with various organizations to help keep residents in the homes that they already live in, quickly resolve an experience of homelessness, and connect residents to new housing opportunities. To support these efforts, the department helps to:
* Stabilize residents at risk of involuntary displacement and connect residents to housing resources such as home repairs, rent and utility assistance, and legal support. This work is led by our Homelessness Resolution and Housing Stability Division.
* Support persons experiencing homelessness by connecting them to housing, shelter and other services to get stabilized quickly. This work is led by our Homelessness Resolution and Housing Stability Division.
* Create and preserve existing affordable housing and connect residents at any income level to new housing opportunities through programs such as down payment assistance or counseling services. This work is led by our Housing Opportunity Division.
* Support financial services, contracting and procurement, data analysis and strategic planning, administrative resources, and communications across the housing continuum. This work is led by our Operations Division.
The Monitoring and Performance Evaluation Officer reports through our Operations Division. As part of the implementation of HOST's vision of a healthy, housed and connected Denver, our Monitoring and Performance Evaluation Officer will work across HOST teams and with stakeholders to develop and implement monitoring and performance evaluation processes for housing stability, homelessness resolution and housing opportunity contracts. You will serve as the coordinator for consistent contract monitoring and performance evaluation processes and procedures across the Department of Housing Stability. Our Monitoring and Performance Evaluation Officer will also support implementation and focus on continuous improvement of monitoring and performance evaluation processes across HOST's contract portfolio.
Additionally, as our Monitoring and Performance Evaluation Officer, you will:
* Engage partners across the Department of Housing Stability, including but not limited to program, contract, data, and finance leads, as well as external partners where appropriate, to develop standard operating procedures for monitoring and performance evaluation of HOST service contracts
* Utilize and develop expertise in federal and local funding sources for housing and homeless services to ensure monitoring procedures comply federal and local regulations
* Implement standard operating procedures for monitoring and performance evaluation, including training and other technical support for HOST leads on their role within monitoring processes
* Partner with HOST data analysts, contract administrators, and program leads, as well as other program partners as appropriate, to develop dashboards or other data visualization tools to share monitoring and performance evaluation analyses throughout the year
* Research best practices and utilize findings from monitoring and performance evaluation to make recommendations on housing stability outcome goals and other contract terms
* Coordinate HOST contract administrators and program leads, as well as other program partners as appropriate, to align housing stability outcome goals with HOST strategic plans
Our Ideal Monitoring and Performance Evaluation Officer has some or all of the following:
* Ability to interpret and apply knowledge of federal and local regulations to develop standard processes and procedures
* Experience conducting monitoring or performance evaluation for housing or other similar community development contracts
* Experience administering federal resources for housing and homeless services from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) such as HOME, Community Development Block Grants, or Emergency Solutions Grants
* Ability to serve as a project manager and bring together diverse perspectives to develop and implement processes that will involve multiple partners
We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications:
* Education: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance, Management, or a related field.
* Experience: Three (3) years of progressively responsible professional experience in administrative, management, and operational analysis work which must have included analyzing management problems and recommending solutions and implementation strategies.
* Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience.
About Everything Else
CA2253 Management Analyst Senior
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Position Salary Range
$66,164.00 - $109,171.00
Based on experience and education
Department of Housing Stability
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