(1)The board shall employ and fix the compensation, subject to the approval of the governing body, of the following, who shall serve at the pleasure of the board:
(a)A director, who shall be a person of good moral character and possessed of a reputation for integrity, responsibility, and business ability. No member of the board shall be eligible to hold the position of director. The director shall take an oath or affirmation in accordance with section 24-12-101. The director shall be the chief executive officer of the authority. Subject to the approval of the board and directed by it when necessary, the director shall have general supervision over and be responsible for the preparation of plans and the performance of the functions of the authority in the manner authorized by this part 8. The director shall attend all meetings of the board and shall render to the board and to the governing body a regular report covering the activities and financial condition of the authority. In the absence or disability of the director, the board may designate a qualified person to perform the duties of the office as acting director. The director shall furnish the board with such information or reports governing the operation of the authority as the board may from time to time require.
(b)A treasurer, who shall keep the financial records of the authority and who, together with the director, shall approve all vouchers for the expenditure of funds of the authority. He shall perform such other duties as may be delegated to him by the board.
(c)A secretary, who shall maintain custody of the official seal and of all records, books, documents, or other papers not required to be maintained by the treasurer. He shall attend all meetings of the board and keep a record of all its proceedings. He shall perform such other duties as may be delegated to him by the board.
(d)Upon recommendation of the director, such clerical, technical, and professional assistants, including but not limited to persons in the fields of engineering, planning, and economic research, as shall, in the opinion of the board, be necessary to provide for the efficient performance of the functions of the board.
(2)Any provision of this section and section 31-25-807 to the contrary notwithstanding and subject to any limitations in the ordinance creating the authority or in any amendments thereto, the board may by resolution establish alternate administrative provisions relating to the administrative organization and structure of the authority and responsibilities of board members, officers, and employees.
Section 31-25-815 — Employees - duties - compensation,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-31.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).