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Director of Housing Services

The Muskogee Housing Authority is seeking qualified applicants for the executive level position of Director of Housing Services.  This position is responsible for the planning and program management of all housing programs and services as well as the supervision of key positions.  Qualified applicants will possess a bachelor’s degree in business or other related field as well as three years of supervisory experience in a subsidized housing.  Submit resume and three professional references to: Muskogee Housing Authority, PO Box 1471, Muskogee, OK  74402.  Closing date is June 9, 2017.  MHA is an equal opportunity employee; pre-employment drug screen required. 


MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR I 

Position Number7602
Minimum Salary$3,176/mo.

Applications are currently accepted for the position described below.  Applications are accepted daily, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., in the Personnel Office, 1700 N.E. 4th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73117.  Applicants for all positions are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or handicap, or any other legally protected status.

SCOPE: - Plan, organize and supervise the maintenance/rehabilitation/janitorial functions, of 1-249 housing units to maintain quality control and provide safe, decent, affordable housing environment.  Perform maintenance work necessary for the upkeep and operation of building(s), grounds and equipment.

ACCOUNTABILITY: Directly responsible to the Project Manager.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   Understand and carry out OCHA policies and procedures and Federal/State regulations related to the maintenance of the development and to personnel.  Ensure staff is trained in these areas as they relate to their position.  Coordinate/review all maintenance functions daily with Project Manager.  Responsible for HUD Physical Inspection follow-up maintenance and basic understanding of PHAS scoring system.  Work with Project Manager to prepare an initial annual maintenance plan and an annual budget for the development.  Accompany Project Manager, as necessary, to assist in presentation to Asset manager.  Supervise, direct, train, assist and monitor assigned personnel in all areas of project maintenance, rehabilitation, and grounds.  Ensure unit turnaround schedules, preventative maintenance and inspection programs are maintained. Develop goals for project and personnel and report progress to Project Manager.  Review manufacturer's literature and prepare/update all necessary logs to maintain manufacturer's warranty on roofs, mechanical equipment, elevators, alarms and water-based sprinkler systems, energy savings, vehicles maintenance, etc.  Will be required to perform and prepare personnel schedule for after-hours and emergency maintenance calls.  Ensure all personnel comply with correct safety procedures with hazardous materials.  (Asbestos, lead-based paint or chemicals.)
Perform other duties as assigned by Project Manager.
WORKING CONDITIONS - Office and field environment.  Possible exposure to inclement weather, dusty, dirty, noisy mechanical hazards, noxious fumes, paints and solvents and unsanitary conditions.  Stress due to volume of work, emergencies and time schedules.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: High School diploma, or equivalent, with additional business or vocational training.  Supervisory experience and a minimum of six years experience in maintenance and/or construction.  Ability to understand construction drawings and blueprints.  Ability to communicate technical information clearly and concisely either through verbal and/or written direction.  Ability to work with Authority personnel, tenants, contractors, etc.  Ability to accomplish tasks with minimal supervision.  Ability to comply with Authority policies.  Possess a valid Oklahoma Driver License with an acceptable driving record.  Will be required to perform on-call, emergency maintenance as scheduled by Central Office.
PHYSICAL: Required to lift, raising or lowering 50 pounds.  Near vision sufficient to prepare and read work orders, blueprints, construction specifications, computer generated products, and forms.  Hearing and speech sufficient to communicate effectively in person, by radio and telephone.  Able to enter and access all areas of all buildings and dwelling units for which responsible.

Assistant Dir. Of Public Housing/Senior 
Position Number5202
Minimum Salary4,469/mo.

Applications are currently accepted for the position described below.  Applications are accepted daily, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., in the Personnel Office, 1700 N.E. 4th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73117.  You may also apply online 24/7 at www.ochanet.org. Applicants for all positions are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or handicap, or any other legally protected status.

SCOPE: - Responsible for supervising staff and activities for Senior Citizen Housing Developments.

ACCOUNTABILITY - Directly responsible to the Director of Public Housing.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED
Supervise Project Based Managers assigned to Senior developments according to established Authority Policies and Procedures. Monitor the Community Center Directors, Management Representatives and the Security Program to ensure resident welfare and high quality living standards.Interact with Tenant Organizations and Social Service Program providers to ensure resident welfare and high quality living standards. Counsel residents, as needed, concerning lease agreements, policies, procedures, and other responsibilities. Monitor and ensure each project is maintaining acceptable performance levels in rent collection, vacancies, physical inspection scores and unit maintenance. Prepare for and attends hearings and meetings on behalf of the Authority. Oversee and monitor the annual plans and annual budgets of each project. Compile data and prepares and coordinates correspondence and reports relating to Senior Housing issues. Develop Social Service Programs for Senior developments. Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS :
REQUIRED: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or the Social Sciences, or High School Diploma and three (3) years of housing management experience, or an equivalent combination of education and work experience.  Appropriate clerical, typing, ten key and computer experience.

Ability to meet the public and interact with residents, staff and the general public in a positive and effective manner.  Ability to use initiative, work independently and communicate well orally and in writing.  Ability to retain proprietary information as confidential.  Ability to comply with Authority attendance policies.  Be, or be able to become, a Certified Housing Manager from an approved organization within six (6) months.
Possess a valid Oklahoma Driver License with an acceptable driving record.
PREFERRED:  Familiarity and experience with basic computer principles and usage, accounting, cash collections and bookkeeping.  Supervisory experience. 
PHYSICAL: Ability to enter and access all buildings and dwelling units for which responsible.  Near vision sufficient to read and prepare reports, logs, and computer products.  Ability to write reports, maintain logs, and enter data in the computer.  Hearing and speech sufficient to communicate clearly  by telephone and in person.

Senior Vice President Housing Operations

Salery: $86,000 - $107,500 annually

DEPARTMENT: Housing Operations
REPORTS TO: President/C.E.O.

POSITION SUMMARY:
Direct the management of Tulsa Housing Authority (THA) Public Housing and Section 8 (Project Based) properties to ensure the residents are provided quality housing, a safe living environment and availability to community based services.  This position is a Senior Management position within the Authority which requires high functioning performance as a member of the Senior Management team.  The Sr. Vice President of Housing Operations will assist in implementing the strategic direction for THA and be responsible for maximizing operating performance and value of the THA portfolio.  Direct all aspects of portfolio asset management including property management, resident selection, marketing, leasing, rent collection, maintenance, budgeting, cash flow, implementation of policies and performance standards.  This position must hold a two-fold focus where the long term goals (planning and scheduling, financial feasibility, forecasting, etc.) are balanced with the daily operational goals. Monitor continued viability of properties.  Recommend property continuance, rehabilitation or disposal to President/C.E.O. and Board of Commissioners. Monitor economics of assets by managing revenues responsibly, controlling expenses, long-term planning, internal controls and good office management, as well as monitoring for regulatory compliance with all applicable local, state and federal regulations. Maximize sustainability of properties while minimizing expenses. Develop and implement the operating procedures and policies for THA public housing properties and Section 8 Project-Based properties.  Individual will ensure that all policies, procedures and processes are current and consistent with all applicable local, state and federal regulations. Direct the determination of resident eligibility and provisions of the applicant and participant appeal process. Review monthly and year-to-date property and portfolio operating performance comparing actual to budget variances.  Recommend methods to reduce variances and improve performance. Coordinate with property management staff to minimize operating deficits. Evaluate staffing levels and requirements and ensure manpower is effectively and efficiently used. Coordinate property management activities with modernization, maintenance and other functions to ensure effective and efficient operations in accordance with asset management practices. Establish, select and direct the property management and maintenance teams for each of the housing properties.  Ensure these teams are trained in asset management and are kept current with the operating philosophy and procedures of THA. Define the team responsibilities, set goals and priorities.  Evaluate the quality, quantity and consistency of the work produced through frequent scheduled and unscheduled field trips to each housing complex.  Initiate corrective action as required. Administer the annual budgets to ensure the expenditures are accomplished and properly entered into the accounting system.  Review property budgets by property management and make recommendations to improve cash flow and value physically inspect each property at least once monthly. Review the physical structure for unusual deterioration or mismanagement. Analyze neighborhood, market conditions, trends and their impact on the property. Prepare annual report regarding the financial and physical conditions, risks and opportunities for the properties and portfolio. Assist in the coordination of the physical needs assessment with assistance of Construction Services Department for each development quarterly.  Assist in the periodic review of property management qualifications and evaluate on-site management personnel and their supervisors. Maintain effective lines of communication with all staff and internal departments in compliance with management policies and procedures. Conduct group and individual meetings with residents of each site to evaluate the real and perceived effectiveness of the residential unit maintenance program (evaluation will include quality of work, timeliness of response and treatment of the residents by the management and maintenance staff). Maintain a high level of technical expertise and currency in Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations.  Revise and update housing operating procedures as required. Conduct business following the company’s Vision, Mission, Values, Goals, Policies and Procedures.  Actively participate in the management of all THA housing properties and strive to ensure the residents enjoy safe, quality and affordable living. Prepare required reports for housing programs and ensure all reports are submitted to HUD, THA and other agencies in a timely manner. Perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Requires a Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university preferably in Business or Public Administration
  2. Requires three (3) to five (5) years of directly related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  3. Supervisory experience preferred.

Criminal background checks and drug testing will be administered.

ORGANIZATION:
The Housing Authority of the City of Tulsa (THA) is a federally funded public agency responsible for administering public housing and Section 8 rental assistance programs for eligible low-income families living in the Tulsa city limits.  THA is governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners appointed by the Mayor.

MISSION STATEMENT:
The mission of the THA is to be a leading public housing agency that enhances the quality of life in Tulsa through the efforts of a professional, caring and responsive staff and board.

TO APPLY:

Apply online at www.tulsahousing.org.
Or submit a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to hr@tulsahousing.org or via mail to:
Tulsa Housing Authority
Attn: Human Resources
415 E. Independence
Tulsa, OK  74106

CLOSING DATE:      Until Filled

 

 

Housing Choice Voucher Program Supervisor

Job Summary:


Under the direction of the Sr. Vice President of Housing Choice Voucher Program, performs supervisory and administrative work involving the Housing Choice Voucher Program.  Develops and sets methods, deadlines, priorities, objectives and assignments for the Housing Specialists and Clerk positions.  Conducts full application interviews to determine eligibility, conducts required screening, obtains thirty party verifications for income, deductions, assets, etc., calculates maximum family share at initial occupancy  based on family income, mediates tenant-landlord disputes, audits completed recertification files and identifies and documents possible fraud cases.  Other duties include: waiting list management, tenant orientations, voucher issuance, and leasing.  This position requires technical knowledge of program rules and regulations and a high level of human relations skills.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Required Education and Experience: Associate’s Degree in Business, Public Administration or a related field and two (2) years of related experience.  An equivalent combination of directly related education and experience may be substituted for the degree.  
  • Required - Must hold a valid Texas driver’s license and maintain a satisfactory driver’s record.  May operate Authority vehicle while on Housing Authority business.
  • Required – Ability to work hours other than 8-5 in variable weather conditions and overtime as required to meet Housing Authority goals and objectives.
  • Preferred - One (1) year supervisory/managerial capacity.
  • Preferred - Ability to converse in Spanish.

This is an INTERNAL/EXTERNAL position vacancy announcement with consideration open to current employees and the public. (All CCHA employees must have at least six (6) months experience in their current position prior to applying for another Housing Authority position).  Section 3 participants are encouraged to apply.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Applications must be submitted in writing on the Housing Authority application form to the Housing Authority Central Office at 3701 Ayers St., Corpus Christi, Texas 78415 or they can be emailed to careers@hacc.org.   Application forms are available at the central office and on the Authority website @ www.hacc.org.  Please be sure that your application is filled out accurately and in detail.  Your application must be complete when submitted and include all required signatures.  The Corpus Christi Housing Authority reserves the right to disqualify any application that is incomplete.  Previous applications will not be considered.  Please include a resume with your application.
All job offers are contingent upon the applicant passing a drug test, physical exam, criminal history check and driver record check prior to employment with the Corpus Christi Housing Authority.
In accordance with the Americans and Disability Act, if special accommodations are required, please contact the CCHA Human Resources Department at 361-889-3310

Property Manager Assistant - PHA

Job Summary:


Under the direction of the Property Manager – Multiple Properties, performs administrative duties of considerable difficulty involving the day to day operations of one or more developments. Work requires contact with the public. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Required - High School graduate or GED equivalent, plus one (1) year of experience in property management, to include rent collections, interviewing and meeting with residents.
  • Required - Must hold a valid Driver License and maintain a satisfactory driver’s record. 
  • Required - Ability to work hours other than 8-5 in variable weather conditions and overtime as required to meet Housing Authority goals and objectives.
  • Required - Ability to work independently and produce acceptable volume and quality of work under pressure to meet specific deadlines.
  • Preferred - Ability to converse in Spanish

This is an INTERNAL/EXTERNAL position vacancy announcement with consideration open to current employees and the public. (All CCHA employees must have at least six (6) months experience in their current position prior to applying for another Housing Authority position).  Section 3 participants are encouraged to apply.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Applications must be submitted in writing on the Housing Authority application form to the Housing Authority Central Office at 3701 Ayers St., Corpus Christi, Texas 78415 or they can be emailed to careers@hacc.org.   Application forms are available at the central office and on the Authority website @ www.hacc.org.  Please be sure that your application is filled out accurately and in detail.  Your application must be complete when submitted and include all required signatures.  The Corpus Christi Housing Authority reserves the right to disqualify any application that is incomplete.  Previous applications will not be considered.  Please include a resume with your application.
All job offers are contingent upon the applicant passing a drug test, physical exam, criminal history check and driver record check prior to employment with the Corpus Christi Housing Authority.

In accordance with the Americans and Disability Act, if special accommodations are required, please contact the CCHA Human Resources Department at 361-889-3310

Modernization Coordinator

 Job Opening for Waco Housing Authority & Affiliates

Modernization Coordinator

Send resume to April Rodriquez, Human Resource Officer
aprilr@wacopha.org

Apply online through INDEED

In person to complete application: 4400 Cobbs Dr. Waco, TX 76710

Salary:  $42,230.00

Job Requirements and Qualifications:

Modernization Coordinator is charged with all aspects of the authority’s state and federally funded Public Housing capital and modernization programs, Must conduct procurement of architectural, engineering and other related modernization services. Oversee the entire construction contract process.  Comprehensive knowledge of pertinent HUD regulations on the CFP and HOPE programs and public housing management.  Knowledge of procurement policy and budgetary needs of program. Comprehensive knowledge of Authority policies and procedures. Ability to understand, act on, and interpret policies, regulations, and procedures as set forth by the Housing Authority and/or HUD.

 

Maintenance Supervisor II - Corpus Christi Housing Authority

Job Summary:


Under the direction of the Property Manager, performs supervision of maintenance employees. Work may include assignments of considerable difficulty.  Responsible for the day-to-day maintenance involved in the upkeep of the property. Maintenance Supervisor II is responsible for a higher volume of work than a Maintenance Supervisor I.  This includes oversight of a larger number of units, higher complexity, higher volume of work orders and repairs and increased responsibility. Inspects completed and in-progress work to ensure compliance with established state, federal and local regulations.  Determines specific procedures, type of equipment needed, type of material needed and crew composition for specific maintenance work.  Inspects vacant apartments to identify maintenance requirements.  Schedules employees to perform required repairs and clean up.  Performs follow-up inspection to insure that proper corrective maintenance action was taken.  Reviews supply and equipment bench stock to insure that adequate amounts are in stock.  Ensures proper storage and use of supplies and materials.  Adapts Housing Authority directives and policy to shop routines.  Work requires contact with the public.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Required - High School graduate or GED equivalent, plus four (4) years of general experience is mandatory in all phases of building maintenance including carpentry, plumbing and electrical repair and construction.  Must have minimum of two (2) years of supervisory experience.  An equivalent combination of directly related education and experience may be substituted.
  • Required - Must hold a valid Driver License and maintain a satisfactory driver’s record. 
  • Required - Ability to work hours other than 8-5 in variable weather conditions and overtime as required to meet Housing Authority goals and objectives.
  • Required - HVAC or EPA certification.

 

This is an INTERNAL/EXTERNAL position vacancy announcement with consideration open to current employees and the public. (All CCHA employees must have at least six (6) months experience in their current position prior to applying for another Housing Authority position).  Section 3 participants are encouraged to apply.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Applications must be submitted in writing on the Housing Authority application form to the Housing Authority Central Office at 3701 Ayers St., Corpus Christi, Texas 78415 or they can be emailed to careers@hacc.org.   Application forms are available at the central office and on the Authority website @ www.hacc.org.  Please be sure that your application is filled out accurately and in detail.  Your application must be complete when submitted and include all required signatures.  The Corpus Christi Housing Authority reserves the right to disqualify any application that is incomplete.  Previous applications will not be considered.  Please include a resume with your application.
All job offers are contingent upon the applicant passing a drug test, physical exam, criminal history check and driver record check prior to employment with the Corpus Christi Housing Authority.
In accordance with the Americans and Disability Act, if special accommodations are required, please contact the CCHA Human Resources Department at 361-889-3310

 

Economic Self Sufficiency Coordinator - Corpus Christi Housing Authority

Job Summary:


Under the direct supervision of the Vice President of Resident Initiatives, coordinates and performs administrative work of considerable difficulty in order to provide public housing families with access to social service programs pertaining to their health, education and overall economic self-sufficiency.  Responsible for coordinating all activities for the Community Service Initiative.  Works directly with public housing families involved in the service programs and maintains files on each program including the Family Educational Enrichment Center, Section 3, Employment Training & Education opportunities, Community Service and Elderly Services.  Often acts as a liaison for the Housing Authority.  Work requires extensive contact with the public.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Education and Experience: Associates of Arts Degree in Human Services with two (2) years of related experience.  An equivalent combination of directly related education and experience may be substituted for the degree.
  • Must hold a valid Texas driver license and maintain a satisfactory driver’s record; May operate Authority vehicle while on Housing Authority business.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule, hours other than 8-5, to include evenings and weekends, in variable weather conditions and overtime as required to meet Housing Authority goals and objectives.

 

This is an INTERNAL/EXTERNAL position vacancy announcement with consideration open to current employees and the public. (All CCHA employees must have at least six (6) months experience in their current position prior to applying for another Housing Authority position).  Section 3 participants are encouraged to apply.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Applications must be submitted in writing on the Housing Authority application form to the Housing Authority Central Office at 3701 Ayers St., Corpus Christi, Texas 78415 or they can be emailed to careers@hacc.org.   Application forms are available at the central office and on the Authority website @ www.hacc.org.  Please be sure that your application is filled out accurately and in detail.  Your application must be complete when submitted and include all required signatures.  The Corpus Christi Housing Authority reserves the right to disqualify any application that is incomplete.  Previous applications will not be considered.  Please include a resume with your application.

All job offers are contingent upon the applicant passing a drug test, physical exam, criminal history check and driver record check prior to employment with the Corpus Christi Housing Authority.

In accordance with the Americans and Disability Act, if special accommodations are required, please contact the CCHA Human Resources Department at 361-889-3310

Click here to download application

 

Vice President Resident Initiatives

Corpus Christie Housing Authority
Job Posting Number: 16-26
Grade: 26

Under the direction of the Exec.Vice President for Rental Housing, performs strategic and management functions of considerable difficulty in the planning, development, and funding, of resident support programs including; health, safety, education, employment training, and other initiatives to assist residents in becoming employed and self-sufficient. Works with other Housing Authority departments in the implementation of resident initiatives and ensures that all grant funded resident programs are executed in compliance with federal and Housing Authority regulations, guidelines and policies. Oversees the daily operation of the Youth Learning Center, Family Resource Centers and the Family Education Enrichment (FEE) Center. Responsible for support for the Resident Association Councils and the Jurisdiction Wide Council. Responsible for the supervision of the Resident Initiatives Coordinator, the Elderly Services Coordinator, Community for Youth Program Coordinator, and other positions established by any grant awards. Work requires discretion and independent judgment. Work requires contact with the public. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  1. Required - Education and Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Liberal Arts, or a related field and two (2) years of related experience.  An equivalent combination of directly related education and experience may be substituted for the degree.
  2. Required - Must hold a valid Texas Driver License and maintain a satisfactory driver’s record. May operate Authority vehicle while on Housing Authority business.
  3. Required – Ability to work a flexible schedule, hours other than 8-5 in variable weather conditions and other hours in addition to the forty (40) hour work week, to include evenings and weekends, as required to meet Housing Authority goals and objectives, and resident activities.
  4. Preferred: Ability to speak Spanish.

This is an INTERNAL/EXTERNAL position vacancy announcement with consideration open to current employees and the public. (All CCHA employees must have at least six (6) months experience in their current position prior to applying for another Housing Authority position).  Section 3 participants are encouraged to apply.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Applications must be submitted in writing on the Housing Authority application form to the Housing Authority Central Office at 3701 Ayers St., Corpus Christi, Texas 78415 or they can be emailed to careers@hacc.org.   Application forms are available at the central office and on the Authority website @ www.hacc.org.  Please be sure that your application is filled out accurately and in detail.  Your application must be complete when submitted and include all required signatures.  The Corpus Christi Housing Authority reserves the right to disqualify any application that is incomplete.  Previous applications will not be considered.  Please include a resume with your application.

All job offers are contingent upon the applicant passing a drug test, physical exam, criminal history check and driver record check prior to employment with the Corpus Christi Housing Authority.

In accordance with the Americans and Disability Act, if special accommodations are required, please contact the CCHA Human Resources Department at 361-889-3310

President/Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

The Housing Authority of the City of Tulsa (THA) is the 2nd largest housing authority in the state of Oklahoma.  THA has a $55 million operating budget, employs approximately 245 personnel, and provides affordable housing to more than 19,000 residents through various programs.  THA owns/manages over 2,262 public housing units and oversees 4,859 vouchers.  

The President/CEO reports to a five-member voluntary Board of Commissioners, each of whom is appointed by the Mayor of the City of Tulsa to serve a three-year term.  Responsibilities of the President/CEO include managing the day-to-day operations of the agency with a team of highly-trained housing professionals to ensure the implementation the Board’s vision and accomplish goals and objectives outlined in the strategic plan.  Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in Public or Business Administration, Housing, Economic Development or a related field and seven (7) years of senior management experience; a Master’s degree is preferred.  Experience in affordable housing finance, housing development, economic development, real estate acquisition and divestiture, capital improvements, or construction management is beneficial.  The starting salary is open, dependent upon qualifications, and is accompanied by an excellent benefits package.  Position is open until filled. 

To apply, visit www.srnsearch.com and apply online.  Questions may be directed to Ms. S. Renée Narloch, President, S. Renée Narloch & Associates, (850) 391-0000 or info@srnsearch.com.  A detailed brochure is available.  THA is an Equal Opportunity/ADA Employer. 

 

Chief Financial Officer

The Housing Authority of the City of Shreveport (HACS) provides decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing to 3,502 low income families/individuals, through its Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Programs, in partnership with a combination of approximately 1,500 realtors, property owners and landlords, leasing properties to HCV families in the City of Shreveport, Louisiana.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 

  • Develop and implement all accounting policies/practices and internal control procedures for all companies.

  • Oversee all daily accounting functions for all companies.

  • Prepare quarterly financial and occupancy reporting packages for submission to investor members of each tax credit project managed by HACS.

  • Prepare semi-annual banking reports to HACS Local Government Commission.

  • Prepare and submit annual online reports to HUD-e.g., financial data system (FDS) and SAGIS (CPH operating subsidy).

  • Prepare and assemble all client –prepared work papers for the auditors, and develop GAAP- basis financials and notes for independent audits. Coordinate all independent audit engagements, including preparation of income tax returns for all tax credit projects.Prepare and assemble all client –prepared work papers for the auditors, and develop GAAP- basis financials and notes for independent audits. Coordinate all independent audit engagements, including preparation of income tax returns for all tax credit projects.

  • Develop a detailed annual budget for HACS, subject to approval by the Executive Director and HACS Board of Directors.Develop a detailed annual budget for HACS, subject to approval by the Executive Director and HACS Board of Directors.

  • Prepare annual income tax returns and/or IRS informational filings for HACS and its subsidiary.

  • Assist the Executive Director in developing any financial or non-financial analyses, decision-making models, or other business situations and processes, as needed.Assist the Executive Director in developing any financial or non-financial analyses, decision-making models, or other business situations and processes, as needed.

  • Serve as de facto “committee member” for financial aspects of any existing or proposed program or other business undertaking considered by any/all companies (e.g., system changes, new development feasibility, new or expanded service programs, etc.).Serve as de facto “committee member” for financial aspects of any existing or proposed program or other business undertaking considered by any/all companies (e.g., system changes, new development feasibility, new or expanded service programs, etc.).

  • Represent the Executive Director and/or company at various meetings and functions as needed or assigned.


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 

  • Minimum education requirement: four-year college degree in accounting.

  • A CPA certificate.

  • At least five years of public accounting experience preferred.

COMPENSATION/BENEFITS:

  • Starting Salary $75,936.00/annually

  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance

  • 401(k) Plan, contributions – employees 6%, employer 8%

  • Paid annual and sick leave

  • Paid holidays  


All interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to Kia Fields, Executive Coordinator at kfields@shvhousauth.com

Maintenance Supervisor I

Corpus Christi Housing Authority
Job Posting Number:16-18
Grade: 17


Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Property Manager, performs supervision of maintenance employees. Work may include assignments of moderate difficulty.  Responsible for the day-to-day maintenance involved in the upkeep of the property.  Inspects completed and in-progress work to ensure compliance with established state, federal and local regulations.  Determines specific procedures, type of equipment needed, type of material needed and crew composition for specific maintenance work.  Inspects vacant apartments to identify maintenance requirements.  Schedules employees to perform required repairs and clean up.  Performs follow-up inspection to insure that proper corrective maintenance action was taken.  Reviews supply and equipment bench stock to insure that adequate amounts are in stock.  Ensures proper storage and use of supplies and materials.  Adapts Housing Authority directives and policy to shop routines.  Work requires contact with the public.  Performs other duties as assigned.

This is an INTERNAL/EXTERNAL position vacancy announcement with consideration open to current employees and the public. (All CCHA employees must have at least six (6) months experience in their current position prior to applying for another Housing Authority position).  Section 3 participants are encouraged to apply.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Applications must be submitted in writing on the Housing Authority application form to the Housing Authority Central Office at 3701 Ayers St., Corpus Christi, Texas 78415 or they can be emailed to careers@hacc.org.   Application forms are available at the central office and on the Authority website @ www.hacc.org.  Please be sure that your application is filled out accurately and in detail.  Your application must be complete when submitted and include all required signatures.  The Corpus Christi Housing Authority reserves the right to disqualify any application that is incomplete.  Previous applications will not be considered.  Please include a resume with your application.

All job offers are contingent upon the applicant passing a drug test, physical exam, criminal history check and driver record check prior to employment with the Corpus Christi Housing Authority.

In accordance with the Americans and Disability Act, if special accommodations are required, please contact the CCHA Human Resources Department at 361-889-3310

Maintenance Aide - Corpus Christi Housing Authority
Closing Date: Open until filled
Type of Opening: Full Time

Job Summary:
Under the supervision of the Maintenance Supervisor, performs supervised minor repair work.  Make simple repairs of structures and equipment, i.e., maintain and repair doors, windows, and screens, install doors, windows and screens as directed.  Respond to service requests which require only minimal skills, i.e., the installing, replacing or adjusting of building hardware, hinges, hasps, and locks. Work requires contact with the public.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:
1. Required - Minimum of twelve (12) months experience in a directly related position utilizing the methods, materials, and equipment used in various phases of maintenance operations.
2. Required - Must hold a valid Driver License and maintain a satisfactory driver’s record. 
3. Required - Ability to work hours other than 8-5 in variable weather conditions and overtime as required to meet Housing Authority goals and objectives.

 

** Send resumes to careers@hacc.org **

 

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