Colorado Nonprofit Association

Business Analyst II – Community Development Systems Support

about colorado housing and finance authority

Do you dream about creating an impact in our state and making Colorado a better place to live and work?

CHFA invests in affordable homeownership, the development and preservation of affordable rental housing, helps small- and medium-sized
businesses access capital, and supports local communities and mission-aligned nonprofits through technical assistance and philanthropic investment. Over the
past 50 years, CHFA has invested more than $35 billion into Colorado’s economy.
These resources have helped: 

153,043 Colorado homebuyers achieve homeownership. 

197,896 households attend homebuyer education classes held statewide. 

82,597 affordable rental housing units be developed or preserved; and 

8,945 businesses access capital to support 88,340 jobs.[1] 

CHFA is a mission-based organization and is guided by its vision that everyone in Colorado will have the opportunity for housing stability and
economic prosperity. 

When joining CHFA, you can expect to work for an organization with:

a leadership team that strives to make this the best place you’ve ever worked; 

a focus on supporting employees’ mental, physical, and financial well-being; 

a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; 

a highly engaged workforce devoted to innovation, continuous improvement, and collaboration; and 

a reputation for excellence, as evidenced by ranking 15th nationally in the Small and Medium-sized category in the 2023
Fortune Best Workplaces in Financial Services & Insurance™.

What you will contribute as a Business Analyst II – Community Development Systems Support:

a willingness to develop your skills and expertise while working for a mission-based organization; 

a desire to work with other talented, committed people; 

a strong commitment to making a positive difference in communities across the state; 

an enthusiasm for participating in projects related to technology solutions within Community Development 

a sense of pride in creating high-qualitywork with a sense of integrity; 

a capability to prioritize your work to adhere to deliverables and timelines amidst competing priorities;  

Ensure Community Development maximizes its technology resources through periodic
reviews and training. 

In coordination with our vendor ProLink, help provide guidance to staff on how to use the system best as well as help define new functionality requirements that
the vendor may be able to build into the system; and 

an eagerness to provide system support specific to ProLink, Procorem, and custom software that supports CHFA’s Community Development business processes and activities. 

The Business Analyst II, role is a hybrid position that provides system support specific to ProLink, Procorem, and custom software that supports CHFA’s Community Development business processes and activities. The Business Analyst II advocates for business needs and can translate those needs into system configurations to create necessary system functionality. The position will be reporting to the IT Solutions Manager. 

With respect to its programs, services, activities, and employment practices, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority prohibits unlawful discrimination against applicants or employees on the basis of age 40 years and over, race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, color, religion, national origin,
disability, military status, genetic information, marital status or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law. Requests for
reasonable accommodation, the provision of auxiliary aids, or any complaints alleging violation of this nondiscrimination policy should be directed to the
Nondiscrimination Coordinator, 1.800.877.2432, TDD/TTY 800.659.2656, CHFA, 1981 Blake Street, Denver, Colorado 80202-1272, available weekdays 8:00am to 5:00pm.

[1] Data as of December 31,