Organization: Gunnison Valley Regional Housing Authority
Position Title: Executive Director
Address: 200 E. Virginia, Gunnison, CO 81230
First Review: January 28, 2024
Located in the heart of Colorado's Rocky Mountains, Gunnison Valley Regional Housing Authority (GVRHA) is seeking an Executive Director to lead a local and regional housing strategy in this highly desirable mountain community of 17,000 year-round residents.
GUNNISON VALLEY REGIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY (GVRHA)
GVRHA was created in 2012 as a regional initiative to provide affordable housing within Gunnison County. It is managed by an intergovernmental agreement among the City of Gunnison, Town of Crested Butte, Town of Mt. Crested Butte, and Gunnison County, each of which have representatives on the nine-member Board of Directors and contribute financially to the organization. Primarily operating out of an office in Gunnison, GVRHA works to ensure that the working people of the Gunnison Valley have a diverse selection of housing from which to choose.
THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Executive Director is hired by the Board of Directors and works directly with the County and Municipalities on planning, outreach, and implementation of affordable housing. They oversee a budget of $900,000 and a team of four staff. Responsibilities include leading the day-to-day operations of GVRHA programs, collaborating with the Board for strategic planning, managing staff, property management, Board and community relations, as well as fundraising, budgeting, and financial management.
GVRHA is seeking a strong manager to coordinate daily operations and deliver timely, reliable, and accurate results to community stakeholders. The new Director will help GVRHA evolve and grow its organizational capacity to address the Gunnison Valley’s housing needs.
Bring your strategic leadership and strong management skills to this supportive community and live in a beautiful area with a high quality of life. The Gunnison Valley is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, world-class outdoor recreation, and warm community—making it a highly desirable place to live. With people from all over the world vying for real estate, housing the local workforce has become increasingly challenging in the last 10 years. The community has voiced broad support for housing initiatives to ensure a vibrant community composed of people from all walks of life.